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Socks Dissent Labs Mtb Sock 6 Inch Cuff
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.
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My Ron Jon wet suit has lasted me years and years! They are a local shop that has exploded in the past decade due to their great quality and great costumer service. I recommend this brand over anything else.
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Rock Climbing
by adam
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I love the NEW MadRock Redline shoes! Super comfortable for an aggressive climbing shoe. Would recommend to any serious climber!
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by Charlie
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Shoes are lightweight and breathable- keep my feet cool on a long hike!
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by fredy
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I like personal , this brand ! the boards are very solid and have a nice graphics too . Made by the best for the best Primitive Skateboards
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by tania
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It's a smooth ride. Light and super easy to shift gears. Great for long distance rides. Going on 4 years with this bike and still love it! Overall lots of fun to ride!
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by Hugo
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by fredy
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Very comfortable and lightweight !
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by cole
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Very good product, great with sun!
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by ritzker
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The snowboarding game changed for me when I stepped onto my Bataleon Goliath board. Paired with Switchback bindings, this board takes me anywhere I want to be on the mountain!
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Can't say enough about smith goggles. They never fog up and just simply get the job done. I have used the Oakley line and prefer the Smith tenfold. This is my first of two pairs of excellent Smith goggles.
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by mark
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These shoes have withstood the test of time over the last couple years. It's no wonder they were made for Rafa on clay at the French Open. The durability on these shoes is up there with the best of them. I originally got these shoes back in college, and up until recently, I still had them kicking around. I'm not a big toe dragger, but the side support has stayed in tact for years. The only part that actually wore through was the sole, but hey after 5+ years, that isn't too bad. Obviously the style points are what primarily made me want to get the Courtballistec, however they were perfect for my grinder gamestyle. It is honestly worth spending a little more money and getting a higher quality shoe thats going to last a little longer. I have always preferred Nike Tennis since they give me a nice narrow fit around my feet. This model is tough to find these days, but ebay has a couple kicking around. Definitely worth finding!
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