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  • Singletrack Issue 151: I ❤️ My Night Riding Gear
  • stwhannah
    Full Member

    Hannah brings you the clothing and hardware that keeps her spinning through the long winter evenings. Words Hannah Photography Amanda Night riding… it …

    By stwhannah

    Get the full story here:

    https://singletrackworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/singletrack-issue-151-i-my-night-riding-gear/

    dangeourbrain
    Free Member

    I’m not going to moan I promise but, if you’re going to put ad links in the article is it possible to do get a description of what the linked product is please

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    Eg here those jackets could be anything and completely unrelated to the ones mentioned in the article.

    On a related note is there a review of the Thermfit Neo DexShells (which I guess are one of the links in the list 😉) .  I seem to have misplaced my brisker hydromatic and they’re going to want replacing before the weather sets in.

    luket
    Full Member

    Dungarees you say? They sound like a tremendous idea. But I’m not really a £400 trousers kinda chap. Some light riding dungarees at a sensible price could be a revelation.

    stwhannah
    Full Member

    @luket just released today, £200. https://www.freewheel.co.uk/madison-dte-3-layer-waterproof-bib-trousers-varmcl23w43

    I am very eager to try these out, my test pair is coming next week!

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    luket
    Full Member

    @stwhannah Oh my pft chk ba HOLA! AND they come in different lengths! It’s like all the Christmases!

    They’re still quite expensive trousers but I’m in.

    robertajobb
    Full Member

    Now here’s something I’d go for… (and a new sub-niche for a manufacturer to realise is THE NEW THING we have all been needing but never having…3/4 length waterproof dungarees.

    Because I like the idea of waterproof dungarees. But I operate quite hot, so like some leg exposed and the bigger hole in the legs to allow some ventilation- but without having to wear 3 or 4 layers and without getting a wet arse.

    And at £400 I’d be loathed to take a pair of scissors to make them happen myself.

    slackboy
    Full Member

    @stwhannah the classic ride qr code on page 53 doesn’t work.

    Directs to cycling UK site but then get an page not found error “stw_classic_151”

    luket
    Full Member

    Madison dungarees arrived today. More of the rubbery sort of waterproofs than the more breathable kind. So I’d say they’re very much a bit of full on winter/heavy weather wear, which is what I got them for. They’ll be warm in anything else. Very nice that they come in different leg lengths – that’s a godsend for me with my short legs.

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