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davec113 Fox-Head-Inc's article
May 17, 2019 at 7:50
May 17, 2019
Fox Announces Full Details of Dropframe Trail Helmet
"Oh, and for the MIPS freaks, I'm not particularly worried about the lack of it here. A well-designed helmet has a smooth-enough exoshell to rotate just fine when you hit the dirt, rock, or tree. Unless you're running one of those sticky kids' rubber Mohawk helmets or some unique shape that gets jammed between rocks, you likely won't get much additional benefit from MIPS." STFU!
davec113 CamelBak's article
May 8, 2019 at 14:51
May 8, 2019
davec113 edspratt's article
May 6, 2019 at 11:47
May 6, 2019
Yoann Barelli Starts YouTube Channel Breaking Down the World’s Gnarliest Trails
My dog once got in between me and a Moose that decided to get in front of me on the trail and stare me down, it was during rutting and I think he was deciding whether or not to trample me. My dog jumped up and bit the Moose, then avoided an antler attack, growled at the Moose and wouldn't back down... This gave me a chance to turn my bike around, I called my dog and we both ran away. Mt Lions won't get close to a big dog, but smaller dogs are prey. Bears I'm not sure, but I think they would avoid larger dogs as well.
davec113 edspratt's article
May 6, 2019 at 11:37
May 6, 2019
davec113 nkrohan's article
Apr 30, 2019 at 17:44
Apr 30, 2019
Trail Knee Guard Round Up: 10 Options for Different Body Types
@WAKIdesigns: I washed my Raids at least a dozen times, in a front loader with "natural" laundry detergent, cold wash and rinse, and they still work. But 3DO's statement makes me nervous and I'd prefer to remove the protector before washing. Common sense is all well and good, but without being an expert on 3DO type material it's hard to know for sure what's ok and what's not wrt cleaning the pads.
davec113 nkrohan's article
Apr 30, 2019 at 11:09
Apr 30, 2019
Trail Knee Guard Round Up: 10 Options for Different Body Types
@WAKIdesigns: "NEVER use cleaners or detergents on or launder your D3O® product. This may result in irreparable damage and will severely reduce the effectiveness of your D3O® product" https://www.d3o.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/D3O-Consumer-Care-Instructions.pdf
davec113 nkrohan's article
Apr 30, 2019 at 11:08
Apr 30, 2019
Trail Knee Guard Round Up: 10 Options for Different Body Types
@bizutch: "NEVER use cleaners or detergents on or launder your D3O® product. This may result in irreparable damage and will severely reduce the effectiveness of your D3O® product" https://www.d3o.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/D3O-Consumer-Care-Instructions.pdf
davec113 nkrohan's article
Apr 30, 2019 at 8:45
Apr 30, 2019
Trail Knee Guard Round Up: 10 Options for Different Body Types
They pack out a full size or so and the 3DO is non-removable, but 3DO care instructions says never to launder the material. This makes the fit too loose and if you do launder them you have to wonder how much you compromised the protection. IME Ion K-Pact are far superior in these areas and a better alternative vs TLD Raid.
davec113 nkrohan's article
Apr 30, 2019 at 8:42
Apr 30, 2019
Trail Knee Guard Round Up: 10 Options for Different Body Types
@lindblomxc: Agree, my Ion K-Pact don't move and the couple times I've actually used them I was surprised how well they work.
davec113 nkrohan's article
Apr 30, 2019 at 8:37
Apr 30, 2019
Trail Knee Guard Round Up: 10 Options for Different Body Types
@hankthespacecowboy: Ion elbows work well for me.
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