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Sugoi Neo Pro Shorts

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $50.00

Product Description

Sugoi Neo Pro Short '11. With features commonly found on shorts 2-3 times the price, the affordable Neo Pro short has the best bang-for-the buck in its price range.

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by jscott27 a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: February 21, 2012

Strengths:    - Wicks well

Weaknesses:    - reflective labels start to peel off
- leg grippers are silicone

Bottom Line:   
Received these as a gift, and I have been very happy with them. The fit is good and the chamois gets the job done on my rides (< 1 hr.). When I used them in the summer, I never had a problem with them retaining too much moisture.

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Neo pro opinions

can"t find much about any reviews or test on the Neo Pro carbon frame would welcome any opinions from first hand experience on this frame ... would be looking at a traditional one not sloping in 56 or 57 thanks to any who respond. comparisons to a Macro or a Colnago C-50 very helpful...Read More »

Current Neo Pro material

Anyone knows which steel is used in current Neo Primatos. Few years back it was Coumbus Nivacrom Genius, but Genius is no longer produced by Columbus. Did Derosa switch from Nivacrom to Niobium or maybe even stainless steel like Reynolds 953 and Columbus XCr? *Edit: that should be Neo Primato in su ... Read More »

Any De Rosa Neo Pro owners out there ?

Hi all, A lugged carbon frame is on my wish list. I have considered purchasing a Colnago C-50, before De Rosa introduced their Neo Pro. It is fairly easy to find detailed ride reports, and plenty of pictures, of the C-50, which has long become a classic. However, I could find far less info on the ... Read More »

FSA Neo Pro Crankset

Anyone have these or have some time on them? How are the stiffness wise? I'm sticking some new cranks on a 650c wheeled tri/tt bike, so i need a 55 ring and these seem like they might not be that bad for it.Read More »

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