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Tillquist
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A Canyon Chaincatcher :-)

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Willier
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Me too :lol: 8) :)

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and something for colder days:

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Johnny Rad
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Salice 006 compliments of ferrarista.

The Salice lense is nice. The blue is good and dark. The frame doesn't feel tight on my big head, but the sunglasses didn't shift much anyhow. I'll get used to it ... by comparison, my Giro Haviks absolutely crush my skull and my outgoing Rudy Sportsmasks barely put on any pressure. The Salice 006 model is every bit as light as my outgoing Rudy Project Sportsmask, but far more substantial feeling. Two-thumbs up. :D

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Willier do those oversocks by assos have a cleatcut out or do you havevto hack one out?

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Willier
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You have to cut/make it with scissors. You can see on the photo that scissors are ilustrated
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Mapei down under
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New Castelli kit from Bicycle Hub.

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Johnny Rad wrote:Salice 006 compliments of ferrarista.

The Salice lense is nice. The blue is good and dark. The frame doesn't feel tight on my big head, but the sunglasses didn't shift much anyhow. I'll get used to it ... by comparison, my Giro Haviks absolutely crush my skull and my outgoing Rudy Sportsmasks barely put on any pressure. The Salice 006 model is every bit as light as my outgoing Rudy Project Sportsmask, but far more substantial feeling. Two-thumbs up. :D

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Awesome, im looking for a salice myself. this seems have a good review. im in dilemma whether to get the smiths pivlock or salice..

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Salice 006 are nice. I have used a pair with the gray photocromic lens for two seasons now and I have no complaints. If I was to get something else it would be the Assos Zegho...
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SolidSnake03
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To those with the Salice 006 any comparisons to Oakley in terms of coverage? I have found the Radar Ranges to give the perfect amount of eye/wind protection for me, know how the Salice stack up?
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I find the 006 to 'cover' my face/eyes in pretty much the same manner as my Radarlock Pitch from Oakley. However the Salices do maybe sit slightly higher. I have several lenses for the 006, including the polarized red lens, which is very much inferior to the Pitch polarized fire iridium.. the finish of the Salice lens has also been damaged by my sweat and appears somewhat less durable than that from Oakley.

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Kjetil wrote:Salice 006 are nice. I have used a pair with the gray photocromic lens for two seasons now and I have no complaints. If I was to get something else it would be the Assos Zegho...

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ghisallo2003
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Can you tell me where to find the Canyon chaincatcher ? I have looked on the Canyon site, but no luck. Thanks,

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Willier
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Write them on their e-mail :wink:
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SolidSnake03
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djm wrote:I find the 006 to 'cover' my face/eyes in pretty much the same manner as my Radarlock Pitch from Oakley. However the Salices do maybe sit slightly higher. I have several lenses for the 006, including the polarized red lens, which is very much inferior to the Pitch polarized fire iridium.. the finish of the Salice lens has also been damaged by my sweat and appears somewhat less durable than that from Oakley.


thanks a bunch for that info, I found the pitch to be a bit too small coverage wise so it would probably be best pass on the Salice for now then.
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Nice looking glasses Kjetil!

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