MyPakage Review

You may have heard us praise the glory that is MyPakage underwear. We’ve said things like, “super comfy” and “stylish” and a host of other descriptors – all true! But this is a long term review of their Weekend and Weekday shorts as well as their new offering of Pro Tights.

mypakage-protightFirstly, let’s cover the OG weekend and weekday. MyPakage’s chief draw (pun intended) is their keyhole technology. What’s that? It’s a pocket for your man keys. A soft, no stitching pocket that keeps you from having to ever make unsightly adjustments. Your woman will thank you for not embarrassing her in public. The keyhole snuggles your bits and keeps you from sticking, chafing, or otherwise being uncomfortable. The seams are all covered, so you never have to worry about irritation, and the material is called Modal. A super soft semi-synthetic that often comes from Beech trees. It’s a type of rayon, softer than cotton, resistant to shrinkage, and is supposed to be highly moisture wicking. After over a year of use, all the weekend and weekday pairs we have are still going strong and are as comfortable as ever.

Unfortunately, our original pairs of MyPakage have some pilling of the fabric, and some waistbands with waves in them when not being worn. However, no holes, and not stretched out. They still fit and they are still soft. We’re long-term testing some of their new designs, so can’t speak to them yet.

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Brandon Brown

Longtime Pro racer with a couple of championships under my belt in the US and Mexico. Love the sport and have an interest in writing as well. Currently enjoying being married to my wife, Megan, and spending time with my firstborn son, Loic. Check out my Facebook page for all my race happenings, or visit my website.

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Ryno Power New Protein Review

IMG_39000155249711Well folks you guys haven’t heard from me in a while, but much to your pleasure I have returned. This isn’t going to be like most of my previous articles. This time I am reviewing the new Ryno Power protein.

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Quad75 Reviews Spider Graphics

10535633_10152319683592087_4359389991834915554_oThis year was my first year being sponsored by Spider Graphix. I’ve come a long ways from a couple of well-placed stickers on my 250R plastics and have tried many different companies. I didn’t know what to expect from Spider, but they have a lot of riders back East as well as a few names out West.

Firstly, their staff is super friendly. It’s nice to be greeted pleasantly on the phone, instead of some shops that are always “too busy” to be pleasant to you. You won’t find that here.

Secondly, I sent a sponsor list and some general requirements over to them, and the turnaround on my proof was SUPER fast. It was so nice to have something to look at so quickly! It made the process that much easier.

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Product Review – Thor Sentinel XP

The phrase “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” couldn’t be any more true of our sport. When you’ve got a good product, there’s no need to change it. In fact, it’s extremely rare in our sport that a product comes out that receives almost no complaints and is accepted by all. With riders of all shapes and sizes, each with their own style, and their own needs based on a massive amount of variables, it is almost impossible to create something that can work for nearly everyone. Every so often, that one product comes along, whether it’s a legendary bike, a must have part, or revolutionary gear.

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Austin Rohr

Austin Rohr is a twenty two year-old graduate from the University of Washington Tacoma with a bachelor's degree in communications. He writes for Pit Traffic, and has raced on and off since 2015.

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