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qman11 mattbeer's article
May 23, 2024 at 15:50
May 23, 2024
Review: Chromag Seton Pants and Dominion Jersey
This review lines up with my comments on the release post a month ago! These Seton pants are a great option for the vertically challenged folk like myself. I ordered these pants on a whim a couple of weeks before the Pinkbike release, as I noticed in Chromag's web photos they seemed rather short. Sure enough, the size 32 fits my short 28-inch inseam perfectly. After having them for a bit, I honestly love these pants.
qman11 Chromagbikes's article
Apr 17, 2024 at 8:21
Apr 17, 2024
Chromag Announces 2024 Clothing Line
@paulskibum: Yah my personal experience of actually owning them, and wearing them is wrong… makes total sense. Im aware the inseam listed on their site says 31” for the size 32. However, after seeing the riders in their photos, they sit quite high above the ankle. The length on my short legs is more like a standard length pant, but with the overall slimness/fit they are perfect and not baggy or too long all. Much better than a current 32 waist TLD pant, which could be pulled up to my arm pits and still be too long.
qman11 Chromagbikes's article
Apr 16, 2024 at 8:13
Apr 16, 2024
Chromag Announces 2024 Clothing Line
For any vertically challenged folk who struggle to find a riding pant that fits short legs nicely. I ordered a pair of the Seton pants about a month ago in a 32 waist and they fit perfect. I’m 5’7” with a 28-29” inseam. Every other pant I’ve bought recently are way too long and end up fitting super baggy and having them hemmed sucks as then the leg proportions are all off.
qman11 WolfToothComponents's article
Apr 20, 2023 at 11:24
Apr 20, 2023
Wolf Tooth Introduces ReMote Pro Dropper Lever
Ethirteen lever is great too and is almost identical to this!
Mar 24, 2023 at 12:48
Mar 24, 2023
Added 7 photos to NOMAD-6-MX
Feb 15, 2023 at 15:04
Feb 15, 2023
qman11 ForbiddenBike's article
Jan 31, 2023 at 9:44
Jan 31, 2023
Video: Forbidden Welcomes Emmy Lan To The Forbidden Synthesis Factory Team
Looks standard, the seat is almost level with the bars. Looks like she's standing on a downslope, which makes her appear a bit shorter.
qman11 dariodigiulio's article
Dec 15, 2022 at 11:55
Dec 15, 2022
Review: Hayes Dominion T2 Brakes
@Swangarten: you dont need ot run the manitou lever specifically... damn near every single dropper manufacturer makes a SRAM matchmaker compatible lever.
qman11 dariodigiulio's article
Dec 15, 2022 at 10:33
Dec 15, 2022
Review: Hayes Dominion T2 Brakes
@likeittacky: I do agree they should. I remember when the dominions first came out I was told by a Hayes rep that a dropper side matchmaker was going to come out... but thats like 4 years ago or so now lol. I had a set of the Avid ones in a drawer and just had the thought to see if the clamp bolts were the same distance apart and sure enough they were... The bolt side of the lever body on the dominions must be a few millimeters longer, cuz yah you do have to sand down the Avid ones a bit, otherwise they won't tighten enough.
qman11 dariodigiulio's article
Dec 15, 2022 at 10:18
Dec 15, 2022
Review: Hayes Dominion T2 Brakes
@likeittacky: Don't need a Hayes specific ones. Go buy a set of the SRAM/Avid matchmakers (the two bolt clamp style for their cheaper brakes) and then sand down the clamping faces a few millimeters on them. Work perfectly, Ive ran them this way on my Dominions for the last 4 seasons and theyre also cheap af.
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