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  • EVS Tug Sleeveless Shirt 2018

    JUSTEN in IL

    Rides tight around your arm pit and shoulders

    I bought this as kind of an under armor for my jersey. This fits snug, which was ok, but, the arm pit area is so snug it'll chafe you. I did buy it on sale so I wasn't too worried, just, I won't buy one for my riding partners or nephews.

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  • EVS TP199 Knee/Shin Guards

    William in NJ

    Excellent!!!

    Awsome. They dont snag up in your pants they do not rub you raw. They stay in place very well. On a hot muggy day they get a lil swampy but small price to pay for protection you completely forget your wearing all day.

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  • EVS Tug Vented Riding Shorts

    Michael in AZ

    EVS Tug Vented Riding Shorts

    Poor fit, not even close to the quality of the old EVS shorts these replaced.

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  • EVS Option Knee/Shin Guards

    Joel in MA

    Nice Knee Pads With minor Comfort Issue

    These are well constructed knee pads. There is a nylon mesh liner on top of the foam. In the kneecap area, it rubs and chaffes the knee raw when you ride for a long time. I cut it out and now they are much more comfortable.

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  • EVS Option Elbow Guards

    Matthew in NC

    VERY Tight

    These felt like they cut off my circulation completely and could not bend my elbows. Weird design for sure... If you can get past the discomfort, I would definitely trust them to protect my elbows.

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  • EVS Burly Elbow Guards

    Sam in PA

    Ok Except for One Issue

    These are easier to put on (eaiser than messing with straps) and you hardly notice they're there even on hot muggy riding days wearing them directly on skin under my jersey. I've thrown them right in the wash and air dried with no issues many times now with no issues. The only problem is for me they slide down my arm a bit, just enough to expose my elbow. I find myseld stopped to pull this section up a number of times while out on the trails. This is not due to sizing, any bigger they're be too loose. Exposed elbow defeats the purpose of an elbow guard. With periodic adjustment they serve their purpose.

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