Product DescriptionSpecialized's Body Geometry Socks are made of a wicking and breathable polyester/nylon/spandex blend for top comfort, a great fit and excellent durability. They also have a left- and right-specific design, and even supportive insteps for an awesome fit and feel.
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does body geometry affect by flat vs. low rise handle bar? Does the flat bar help body in climb? Is there difference between the two handle bars?Read More »
Purchased new high-end mtb shoes from another mfg after a few years on the non-carbon Speci BG Pro shoes. They were worn out and my feet now take a half size larger. Immediately realized the new shoes and its two insole options were useless. Slapped in my SuperFeet and it was an improvement. Luckily ... Read More »
So I have wondered what a decent frame is for body types like my own. I have shorter legs and longer arms (like a monkey!). See my prof pic is you are really interested (ladies in the Wy/Co area PM me to schedule dates). I have adjusted my neck to make the best fit but I am wondering if there are an ... Read More »
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Hey, I've been using some Ergon GP-1 grips for a while now and am generally satisfied with them. I'm getting new bars soon and was thinking of upgrading to the GX-1. On the other hand (no pun intended) the shop I use is a Specialized dealer and are claiming the Spec. BG grips are just as good. Wonde ... Read More »