Firstly, I'm a guy who just happened to really like the white leopard/ cow-ish pattern, so I got that particular version. There has been talk about the women's and men's being different sizes in this brand as it is marketed toward women specifically. This is not true. I have the "guy"version in regular black and white stripes also and they are EXACTLY the same so there is no risk of them being too tight/ small for anyone.
Can't speak of durability yet, but they appear to be very well made. A little on the thin side so they are very good for hot weather.
If you don't have an aversion to attention/ compliments (especially if you aren't self-conscious about this being a "girl's" sock), they are also fun to wear when not riding.
Glad I got them while I still can because there don't seem to be many left.
It's basically just a unisex sock with a totally badass pattern.
PURCHASED THESE O'NEAL MAYHEM'S A COUPLE OF DAYS AND WAS INTIALLY THRILLED, THE FIT, FINISH THE UNIQUE PATTERNS AND COLORS...GREAT, I THOUGHT NOW I CAN RIDE MY BIKES IN COMFORT.
I OWN A HAYABUSA, GOLD WING VALKYRIE AND YAMAHA V-STAR. THE RIDE ON THE AFOREMENTIONED WAS GREAT, GREAT COOLING AND COMFORT, I THOUGHT WOW! THEN FIND OUT NO POCKETS! WTH! A $100.00 YOU CAN'T GET POCKETS! YOU GOTTA BE KIDDING ME. DID O'NEAL THINK FOR A SECOND THE RIDER WOULD HAVE TO, AT SOME POINT GET OFF THE BIKE AND PUT HIS/HER KEY(S) SOMEWHERE! I JUST THINK THAT IS SO PETTY, SPEND AN EXTRA NICKEL I'LL GLADLY PAY A FEW EXTRA DOLLARS FOR A POCKET OR TWO! OTHER THAN THAT GREAT PANTS!
This helmet is truly far-out man! The guy`s even let me ride in front of the pack this time.
I suspect it was because they couldn`t keep their eyes off of my O`Neil helmet, which was evident because three of them crashed.
This helmet fit my oddly shaped noggin very well and the airflow was most excellent. Very comfortable and the paint job is OUTSTANDING!!!!!
So I wear a size 48 jean and bought the 52 pant and the legs were so small i couldnt get them above my knee. Waist seemed to be big enough but the legs were so small I thought I was going to break the seams.