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4 5

Whether you are riding hard, or have weak wrists, your bindings will loosen up over time.
If you're lucky, you're at the top of the hill where you might be able to find some tools. For all those other times, you have to deal with the shaky ride back down and that's never fun.

These little tools easily fit into a pocket and will have you riding safe and sound in no time.

No issues with the ratchet yet. I have cranked on it pretty hard already and it doesn't show any sign of weakness. Hopefully it will stay that way. Until then, I'm pretty satisfied!

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5 5

These are a great gift for the tech savy mom on the go.
TKA 300 fleece is incredibly warm, and the windstopper fabric means hands are able to stay warmer for longer!
There's some sticky silicone along the palm so she'll get a solid grip on her bike or a jogging stroller.

And for all the modern momma's, these gloves have a conductive fabric that lets you use your touch screen phone without having to freeze your hands!

They seem to run a little large.

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4 5

I've only had these recently, but I can tell you that it's a whole lot better than having to fuss around with the seats and get everything wet from melting snow.
It's usually just my girlfriend and I, so the Powderhound is perfect and an inexpensive option for our 2 boards. (sorry to all the Big Cottonwood hitchhikers)

Fit directly onto our Outback's factory bars. Put it together at night in 10-15 minutes without a hitch.
Locks are great, prevents anyone from running away with our gear while we're having some beers or grub after a day on the mountain.

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4 5

These seemed like a solid pair of pants. I'm pretty short though, so I didn't think I'd have a good chance with the inseam length on these.

Unfortunately I was right and I'll be returning them shortly.
They are pretty slim, but fit pretty nicely if you have skinny climber's legs.
The construction seemed to be really nice, sad we don't carry a short inseam version :(

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5 5

Stop your searching, these are the best climbing pants you're going to find.
They're relatively inexpensive, and incredibly comfortable and durable. The elastic waistband and lack of fly reminds me a little too much of sweatpants, but I try to keep function in mind when I climb, and these fit the bill perfectly.

Perfect amount of room to really get a full range of motion when you climb, and they still have a pretty casual look to them if you need to run into town for supplies.

It's cotton, so don't expect the most breathable pair of pants to wear in the summer, but I love wearing these in the fall/spring where a thicker pair of pants are more welcome. I can wear long underwear under these too, and still move around easily.

Nylon belt is more or less useless as the elastic is enough to keep it around my waist. I do clip my chalkbag to it though, as part of the belt is visible on the back.

Recently got the Tokyo G pants since they had a zippered fly, but found that these are much more comfortable to climb in.

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3 5

Don't get me wrong, these are some slick looking pants.
I love the faded style, and the fabric is super comfortable. I got the Dusty Yellow color and really like it, definitely not bright yellow like the picture. The zippered fly is a nice improvement over the Original G pants

While these pants look awesome and would be great for a night out around town after climbing, I don't feel like they're designed with much motion in mind.
These are slim fitting pants, so when I try and bend my leg, the fabric bunches up behind my knee and prevents a full range of motion. A little articulation at the knee would have solved this, and perhaps I'll have these altered to work a little better. As most other climbers, I have pretty thin legs so slim fitting pants aren't usually a problem.
They do have a crotch gusset, but without being able to bend much at the knee, it doesn't really matter.
Also, there was about 10 inches of extra webbing that I had to cut off the belt. Not sure why you'd need a 40in belt on a pair of 30in waist pants...
I think I'll find myself reaching for my roomier Original G pants to climb in more often.

As a pair of climbing pants, they get 2/5 stars, but as a pair of casual pants, I'd give it 4/5

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4 5

I was not expecting this warm of a mitten for the price.
These impressed me the second I took them out of the packaging. Super nice leather, and stitching appears to be pretty bomber too. I don't doubt these will last a long time with proper care. There's an extra layer of leather on the palm where you'd grab an edge to add to its durability.

If I did have to point something out that I don't like, it'd be that it's a little narrow. I don't really have wide hands or anything, but it is a little tight. After some use, the leather should stretch and the insulation will pack out to make it more comfortable though

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5 5

When the temperatures drop and the wind starts feeling a little chilly, that's when its time to take the Apex Bionic jacket out of the closet.
I try to bike everywhere in town, and it can be very disheartening when the frigid winds cut right through your jacket. Once I throw this softshell on, problem solved.
All the pockets act like vents for the jacket too, so if you start to warm up from your ride, you can dump excess heat with a few zips.

I'm about 5'7 and got a medium to wear over hoodies and it works out great.
If you're active during the shoulder seasons, its hard to argue against getting a softshell!

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5 5

Got this one for my rock climbing girlfriend and it looks/fits great.
She always had a problem with sports bras pushing up on her latissimus dorsi muscles, creating a bit of discomfort
These Sophia bras are cut low around the arms, so its no longer a problem.

Got muscles? Get this bra!

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