Dissent socks have been my sock of choice for a few years now. They are a MTB specific compression sock. They fit great look great and your feet never get those annoying hot spots in long events.
Italian produced Canadian designed quality.
Their is nothing better than a custom fit freediving suit. The perfect fit allows the suit to feel like an extra skin. A 3mm custom fit subcraft freediving suit will keep you warmer than a 7mm scuba suit.
Wow! What a great peace of kit. This is by far one of the comfortable prices of paddling gear I have ever worn and it just looks fantastic. The fabric on the outside is Polyester which is hydrophobic (resisting water) what more do you need. It's also shaped in a way that when you paddling down the river it never feels awkward or stretching across your back, it just fits like a well tailored suit. It comes in either a very bright blue (that's what I have) or light bright green. Both look great and it you do take a swim you will be easily spotted by your buddy's. <br />
These suits are also tough. I'm not great at looking after stuff and this drusuit is holding up really well. *THIS DOESN'T MEAN TRY AND RUIN IT. PLEASE REMEMBER TO ALWAYS LOOK AFTER YOUR GEAR AS BEST AS YOU CAN* Haha. <br />
The only thing I would say bad about it is that it isn't that 'breathable' so you can feel like it's starting to get abit hot. But seriously... I would rather it be almost completely waterproof and keep me dry, then be abit more 'breathable' and start leaking.
Completely waterproof, completely windproof, completely resistant to everything you can imagine !! It's the kind of product you need to think about before bying it because of the price... But you'll never regret !! I hightly recommend this product.
The IR Royale randed skirt has become my automatic go-to for creeking. It's both the dryest skirt I've ever used and the easiest randed skirt to get on the cockpit I've used. Immersion Research's pro deals for ACA instructors make this an obvious choice for pro paddlers.
My scott genius 710 has a carbon front triangle and 150mm travel front and rear. The 700 series is the 650b or 27.5 wheel size depending on your name preference.<br />
It comes with XT gears and anchors. It has the 3 stage lockout switch so it climbs like an xc bike as well as being uber plush on the way down.<br />
When the race season is over this is the only bike I use. It gets my having fun on burlier trails and long adventure rides. You can get the lighter tuned model that weighs in at 24lbs for a med with 150mm as well but I think the 710 bike is great value for the spec and its capability.