"I was looking for a compact and above all lightweight tool to keep overall weight on the bike down. This is perfect, sturdy enough to do basic on the road adjustments. I haven't had to use the tyre lever yet, but always carry a couple of these anyway. Highly recommended as a basic piece of kit."
Pros: Great Value, Attractive, Comfortable, High Quality, Lightweight
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Thermal Liner Socks
NOT waterpoof - just meant for use inside Sealskinz Waterproof socks
"I purchased a pair of "DeFeet Woolie Boolie Cycling Socks " which were good, but still didn't provide quite enough warmth for me. I added these liner socks, and when combined, I really notice the difference. I wore them both with just cycling shoes, no windproof over boot, in about -4 (albeit for the relatively short nightshift commute), and didn't feel the cold at all. I have worn them for longer periods, and had no problems. One thing worth mentioning is that athough they are liner socks, they are not quite as thin as I had expected. Worn with the Woolie Boolies, or anything similar, they don't leave much space, so if you have already tight fitting shoes, they may not suit. Personally, I'd rather have slightly squeezed toes than painfully cold ones. For this reason, I haven't listed this in the "CONS", but it's worth bearing in mind."
The ultimate weather protection to withstand even the toughest of commutes. A fully waterproof rucksack to keep your daily essentials safe in all weather conditions. This versatile backpack has been designed for optimum comfort both on and off the bike.