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Emma's Guide To Women's Cycle Clothing | What Cycling Kit To Wear?

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Bibs or waist shorts, half zip or full zip jersey? And as for the accessories... Choosing cycling kit can be tricky, so Emma's here to explain what clothing options are available, specifically for women cyclists. Subscribe to GCN: http://gcn.eu/SubscribeToGCN Register your interest in the GCN Club: http://gcn.eu/Sr Get exclusive GCN gear in our shop: http://gcn.eu/Ss In association with ASSOS. There are lots of things about cycling that are just the same for men and women. But one thing that can be quite different, is clothing. Which is kind of obvious, really, because there are some quite fundamental differences in body shape. So what should you bear in mind when choosing your kit? I get so many questions from other women who are getting into cycling about what’s the best kit to wear on the bike. And there is so much choice of women’s cycling kit out there these days that it really can be pretty confusing. Sometimes the advantages and drawbacks of certain kinds of cycling clothing aren’t all that obvious until you’ve been for a few rides! So here’s the lowdown - well, ok, MY lowdown! - on the kit options for women. The clothing you wear on the bike is one of the most important things affecting your comfort. So if you want to enjoy cycling, it’s absolutely crucial that you feel good in it. Part of that should be looking good too - because all cyclists want to look good - but for my money, looking good is not as important as being comfortable. Your kit is what’s in direct contact with your skin, of course, and especially the chamois - padding in the shorts - that makes it the first thing you notice. Plus, your clothing protects you from external influences - be that rain, snow, UV, or (hopefully not) the road, if you crash. And most cyclist have had a little tumble every now and then (I seem to have one crash a month at least!). Cycling clothing that you don’t find comfortable, or which doesn’t protect you from the elements, will leave you feeling miserable on the bike. It’s a hugely personal choice though: what IS comfortable at all? So let’s dive into some detail! If you enjoyed this video, make sure to give it a thumbs up and share it with your friends. 👍 If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link - http://gcn.eu/Sq Watch more on GCN... 📹 How is cycling kit made? http://gcn.eu/ASSOSFactory Music: Suffer City - Lost And Blind (Instrumental Version) Tigerblood Jewel - Razor Sharp Friends with animals - Rotations Anders Bothén - Wasted Education 2 Photos: © Velo Collection (TDW) / Getty Images & © Bettiniphoto / http://www.bettiniphoto.net/ About GCN: The Global Cycling Network puts you in the centre of the action: from the iconic climbs of Alpe D’Huez and Mont Ventoux to the cobbles of Flanders, everywhere there is road or pavé, world-class racing and pro riders, we will be there bringing you action, analysis and unparalleled access every week, every month, and every year. We show you how to be a better cyclist with our bike maintenance videos, tips for improving your cycling, cycling top tens, and not forgetting the weekly GCN Show. Join us on YouTube’s biggest and best cycling channel to get closer to the action and improve your riding! Welcome to the Global Cycling Network | Inside cycling Thanks to our sponsors: Alta Badia: http://gcn.eu/AltaBadia- // Maratona Dles Dolomites: http://gcn.eu/MaratonaDlesDolomites- Assos of Switzerland: http://gcn.eu/Assos KASK helmets: http://gcn.eu/KASK fi’zi:k shoes and saddles: http://gcn.eu/fizikshoes and http://gcn.eu/fiziksaddles Wiggle: http://gcn.eu/wiggle Topeak tools: http://gcn.eu/Topeak Canyon bikes: http://gcn.eu/-Canyon Quarq: http://gcn.eu/Quarq Orbea bikes: http://gcn.eu/Orbea Trek Bicycles: http://gcn.eu/-Trek Vision wheels: http://gcn.eu/Vision Zipp wheels: http://gcn.eu/Zipp power2max: http://gcn.eu/power2max Wahoo Fitness: http://gcn.eu/Wahoo-Fitness Park Tool: http://gcn.eu/-parktool Continental tyres: http://gcn.eu/continental- Camelbak: http://gcn.eu/camelbak- Suscribirse a GCN en Español: http://gcn.eu/Suscribirse The GCN Club - http://gcn.eu/club YouTube Channel - http://gcn.eu/gcnYT Facebook - http://gcn.eu/gcnFb Instagram - http://gcn.eu/GCNInsta Google+ - http://gcn.eu/gcnGPlus Twitter - http://gcn.eu/gcnTW GMBN Tech - http://gmbn.tech/subscribe GCN Tech - http://gcntech.co/subscribe EMBN - http://embn.me/subscribe Leave us a comment below!
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Global Cycling Network (7 months ago)
Let us know about your kit choices and be sure to share this with a friend who's getting into cycling 👍
Monika Ciegowski (1 month ago)
I would like to know what kind of saddles are mostly used by pro woman cyclists. I am unconfortable with regular saddle and the Ergon Race saddle with that hole, because the edges of the hole hurt. ^^
Cindy Fleming (7 months ago)
I usually end up with men's kit. I've been riding for over 30 years, and at the beginning it was all that was available. I'd like to find some quality women's bibs but i'm a large person(6ft,100 kilos) and no one seems to make them to fit me. I have found some men's bibs that I prefer over others and it can vary even in the same brand. I'm glad that GCN is addressing women's cycling topics. Keep up the good work. Cheers!
ea (7 months ago)
The "12-Hour" bibs from Pactimo!
Connie Back (7 months ago)
If I have only one outfit for riding in the warm months it consists of cycling shorts, a short sleeved hi viz 3 pocket full zip jersey, below the ankle socks, half finger gloves, and a sweat band. I add arm warmers, leg warmers, shoe covers, and a water resistant windbreaker for cooler weather; and cycling tights, long sleeved base layer, full finger gloves and fleece lined jacket for winter. I manage with less expensive gloves in the cold because I rarely look at and / or need to touch my phone screen in very cold weather.
Melissa Soto (7 months ago)
Stasha Becker Absolutely, their strong ethos of empowering women on bikes just sweetens the deal.
Becky_nifty_lifty (1 month ago)
For summer as a road cyclist I have some key bits I love; jersey snoods, yellow/high VIS gloves, any sort of trainer sock and any sort of gym shark flex short. This is because I've had cycling shorts in the past and they have a gel on the seam which prevents movement yet tries to ride up at the same time which can cause a bit of a pinch on the thighs! Sunglasses are an absolute must, and interchangeable coloured lenses are a really nice feature too. I find that jerseys are great but if it is for day to day use and you're not keen on the tight fit, a sports bra and tank is adequate, covered with a 360 degree lightweight waterproof jacket/gilet. I always like to be prepared for a weather change as I have been caught out before. For the winter I highly recommend the cycling caps (without a peak), a jersey and a fleece snood, with reflective bag cover and helmet cover. This is is a commuting cyclist so for races this may not apply. I'd also highly recommend getting a couple of pairs of gloves, so that if you do get caught in the rain then you can put dry gloves on for your next ride. Obviously you will need some waterproof trousers and jacket, if the back pockets are an option get those as it is so easy to grab your keys and lock up your bike.also for winter, long sleeved gym tops are amazing for lightweight warmth. I'd love to see more videos like this out there, but with less brand names thrown in.
Ron Bell (7 months ago)
Thanks Emma, my wife looks great in her "Terry" kit! She does not like bibs because of the bathroom think though. Just sharing her thoughts on that subject.
Hugo Brown (7 months ago)
Emma. Do you like hills because you don't like descents?
The Fucking Lord (7 months ago)
Womens riding a bike is the most sexy on the whole world.
KingProne (7 months ago)
4:33. hahaha. sure......
Batty Matty (7 months ago)
If we're talking winter clothes, how about keeping the head warm, and the face without ending up with condensation and misted sunglasses. Neck warmers, too. PS here's a tip for keeping hands and toes warm - those thin disposable heated pads you can put inside shoes and gloves, last for up to 8 hours.
Batty Matty (7 months ago)
Also, how to comfortably wear cycling sunglasses with all this stuff on your head / ears / hair!
Batty Matty (7 months ago)
Definitely bib shorts and tights, can't stand waistbands or having to constantly pull them up. Not so great when you need to dash behind a hedge for a comfort stop though...
John Reynolds (7 months ago)
It’s great you’re talking about women’s cycling gear but l like to know what to wear as a tall rider just getting in to road biking I’m not tallest rider out there i’m 6’4 about 165 Thanks
Sue Watson (7 months ago)
I have halter neck bibs. Superb.
Waveguide (7 months ago)
I have been exchanging messages with GCN about the New Winter Jacket and need it in size TIR. What are GCN’s intentions about the larger sizes?
Stephen Moore (7 months ago)
Another couple of very useful accessories to add to your kit are toe warmers for when an overshoe/bootie is a bit excessive for the conditions and the versatile buff which you can use as a neck warmer/scarf/ face protector or even as a hat under your helmet.
Santiago Prieto (7 months ago)
my dilemma is that i cant affort any of those... :(
Tamzin Vokes (7 months ago)
Being tall and not so curvy I find men's kit more comfortable although some bibs have a bit too much room in the crotch. Bibs are also less discreet if you get caught short in the middle of nowhere as you have to peel off jersey and vest etc. Mens jerseys are better for broad shoulders too although some "Italian" brands or "race fit" are often designed for very slight builds male or female! Castelli kit is great but never fits me in the shoulders and is too big in the chest! It's worth trying a variety of brands for what suits as we are all different. A well stocked bike shop is a good place to try before you buy when you first riding. There are some great colourful kits from websites like Queen of the Mountain too but you really need to know your measurements.
G (7 months ago)
Thank you, Emma. It is great getting more info that pertains to women. You’re the best!
Gary Coronado (7 months ago)
Emma’s calves will give Opie’s calves a run for their money! 😉
Jeremy Gourd (7 months ago)
Emma, as a fellow triathlete, I am afraid of the backlash you will feel for calling for sock length freedom on this channel. There are some subjects too hot to touch...
grandad1982 (7 months ago)
The most important bit of style is to win a national and/or world championships so you can have the bands on your kit!
Elena Dolgin (7 months ago)
Nicely presented :) I laughed about beetles flying into the shirt collar, so true
Margaret Taylor (7 months ago)
I don't have a lot of excess body fat but still seem to suffer from the dreaded leg warmer muffin top!!
Lisa Parry (7 months ago)
Argh me too! 😩
Emma Pooley (7 months ago)
Margaret Taylor ditto 😩
Royal Leech (7 months ago)
I love Emma!
stephen legg (7 months ago)
Isn’t lighter waterproof clothing better than black. Better to be seen in the rain.
Linda Petzing (7 months ago)
Great feature Emma. When I started cycling back in the early 80's there were no women's clothing options and leather chamois!! There are so many options now. I prefer shorts to bibs for the convenience, especially if one needs to dive behind a hedge for a quick comfort break. The only niggle I find are longs. They are alway too long. Ok I'm barely 5ft tall.
Connie Back (7 months ago)
Just a couple of days ago a woman out on the bike trail asked why I was wearing gloves. I realized I don't know why anyone else wears them, but I've scraped up my hands on the pavement before and that's just so easy to prevent with cycling gloves.
corig123 (7 months ago)
Not your brand, but Gore's bibs have the best drop-tail situation I've found - you can pee without excessive discombobulation
Mark Watson (7 months ago)
Very helpful advice even for a bloke, I had often wondered about under vests and when to use them. Great vid, many thanks.
Philipp Straube (7 months ago)
Emma makes for a great Assos modell
prabo123 (7 months ago)
do something about fat cyclist....... what clothes do wear, when i start cycling i was 114 kilos and now i am 90 kilos, i have to loose 20 kilos more
21Symba (4 months ago)
Check out fat lad at the back. Good for the larger cyclist. They have their own clothing range for lads and lasses. The also put on a Sportiv.
Dubious (7 months ago)
I prefer jeans and t-shirt
InATick (7 months ago)
Hi Emma, can you please cover in a video the more awkward questions women may have about cycling? Eg. periods, bras, how women toilet on long rides/races
Jessie Shang (6 months ago)
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Matthew Cycling (7 months ago)
Look at Katie Kookaburra's channel - she covers this pretty well.
devdas Devdas (7 months ago)
Getting correct seat will make a huge difference it’s not the padding as such that makes the difference is correct support on your seat bones
Mary Lorah (7 months ago)
....any seat recommendations?
Mc Jcg (7 months ago)
#askgcn i have a stupid question I am wandering on a long ride what do you do when you need to pee when there isn't a restroom handy do you find the nearest tree or pee in your jersey like a NASCAR driver #askgcn
Elena Dolgin (7 months ago)
If you pee in your bib shorts your chammy will be soaked and start to chafe. Find the nearest bushes, if impossible, pee in open field xD
Suite-Pee (7 months ago)
Jnae damon (7 months ago)
As a 6 foot tall, 75kg woman, I find it REALLY difficult to get cycling jerseys that fit. Even though I rigorously look at the sizing tables I end up sending 2 out of 3 purchases back. Most women's gear is just too small and most men's jerseys are too long so as soon as I put things in the back pocket they hang down over the back of the bike which is both uncomfortable and dangerous if it gets caught on the saddle. For me clothing is all about comfort on the bike and I am willing to pay more for clothing that fits and wears well. Cycling clothing manufacturers should take a look at people in the real world and make some clothes that fit real people. It would be even harder for those starting off in cycling who want to do so to loose weight and gain fitness. Not being comfortable on the the bike would be a big deterrent from continuing.
5thHorseman (7 months ago)
I'm a dude and I'm watching this vid... idk what the title says, if it's GCN it's an instant watch
D.Eldon (7 months ago)
*Sun protection* -- Some of the summer jerseys have mesh panels that let too much sun through. If you've had skin cancer (like me) or have sensitive skin, you should consider covering up. You can get cool sun sleeves and leggings to cover your arms and legs. And a summer balaclava to cover the sides of your face, ears and neck. For added sun protection under a jersey, try a summer wicking base layer. Generally speaking, darker colors usually block UV better than light colors. And some black jerseys and shorts are available with features like "black ice" to enhance cooling. *Bibs vs shorts* -- Another benefit of bibs is that they provide more coverage and stay up. When you sit up or stand, you won't expose your tummy when the front of your jersey pulls up. This is especially important if you are tall -- I know many tall cyclists who insist on bibs for this reason alone.
c s (7 months ago)
You get what you pay for in cycling equipment in general. IMHO, it's better to buy the best quality you can afford. I am usually surprised how well higher quality equipment performs and wears over time.
Geoff (7 months ago)
My ex's cycling club didn't have jerseys in a size that would fit comfortably, which was really discouraging for someone trying to get into cycling. There are a few companies like Machines For Freedom and Fat Lass at the Back that make women's cycling clothing that isn't designed primarily for slender figures, and have really good looking designs too.
Elizabeth Major (2 months ago)
I loved that freedom for the machine has models that are regular lady shaped. I have an hourglass figure and one of the models had my figure. I was really tempted to buy it because I actually knew how it would really look on me. I knew it'd look really nice. So many companies use athletic 20 years olds and I kind of know how stuff might look but it's not as reassuring as your own figure being chosen.
Stephen Tuthill (7 months ago)
Awesome video, Emma, and very informative... Whatever gender you are it is worth knowing the difference in kit, and why it is there. After all, if you get into a relationship with another cyclist, it's worth knowing (as a man) what she feels comfortable in and why.
Melinda Helms (7 months ago)
Super helpful, Emma. Thank you!
Mary Lorah (7 months ago)
Love the addition of Emma to GCN and women specific issues. What about seats? I have been experimenting with several over the last few years. When I ride a lot my "territories" can take a beating. Any ideas or suggestions. Right now I'm riding a Specialized. Power Expert and on longer more aggressive rides it can be a bit painful down there......thanks for the help.
21Symba (4 months ago)
Agree with the replies regarding saddles. It's the main reason my wife is struggling to get back into cycling.
Mary Lorah (7 months ago)
+Emma Pooley if anyone can tackle the issue, you can!! 😁👍
Mary Lorah (7 months ago)
+canela mi Thanks canela I did have a sella italia diva a few years back that I liked. When it wore out I tried something different. Perhaps I should go back to the sella.
Mary Lorah (7 months ago)
Emma: Thanks! I know it's not easy to talk about, but I know it just can't be me suffering with this. Also seems to have gotten worse over the last several years...🙄 Would love to see you do a video on it. Also agree that seats are a bit like mattresses. Different for different people.....
canela mi (7 months ago)
The real problem is saddles are like mattresses what's great for one person is terrible for another. If it helps i measured my sit bones at 147mm the sella italia lady saddle is perfect for me it measures 160mm width.
Thomas Persson (7 months ago)
Jeffrey Cushin (7 months ago)
Love you Emma
razz wilmz (7 months ago)
Good show Emma. First time I've seen the underside of a chamois.
ft rider (7 months ago)
Stylish clothing there , will check out the Gcn shop 👍
Petinka (7 months ago)
Colors who fit the bike and GCN clothes is perfect by that way for me!
CnE (7 months ago)
For both sexes, the pad in cycling shorts should come with a rider weight guideline. We all buy the same shorts regardless of whether we're 60 kilos or 90 kilos. 'Tis a bit daft to think both light and heavy riders get the same comfort from the same pad.
2WheelTonio (7 months ago)
Martin Linnett (7 months ago)
You know with overshoes can you use them with normal trainers or do they have to be used with cleats only. I can't quite afford some cleats yet but what some overshoes for the colder weather.
Geoff (7 months ago)
You can probably find some overshoes that are made to fit over everyday footwear, but then they'll probably be too large to use over cycling shoes with cleats. I usually wear some minimalist training shoes for cycle commuting that are slim and my overshoes fit just fine.
Pete Smyth (7 months ago)
They have cutouts for the cleats on the soles, but cycling shoes aren't necessary. Bulky trainers may not fit in overshoes very well though, and you might wear the overshoes out walking around, as they will touch the ground more without the protruding cleats and heals found on cycling shoes.
MRGRUMPY53 (7 months ago)
Women who occasionally do long training rides need both bib and half shorts. Anything over 2-1/2 hours, that includes a bathroom break requires half shorts. Anything less, and bibs should work...….One other thing. Jerseys are made of a blend of lycra and other fabrics. I still have a jersey from the 80's that is all lycra. Any kind of weight in the back pockets cause the rear to rag down over your rear.
Lisa Graham (7 months ago)
+MRGRUMPY53 I do not need to take my helmet off to pee, as for stuff in the pockets of my jersey I leave it in there and just take off the jersey. Seems to me you take your time to pee and like to be quite comfortable whist doing so.
MRGRUMPY53 (7 months ago)
It should take a lot longer than 30 seconds...You've got to remove you helmet, remove all the odds and ends in your jersey pockets, and finally the jersey. In the winter, it's ever worse. Even worse than that is when you are out in the middle of nowhere, and have to walk off the road to find a small grove of trees.
Lisa Graham (7 months ago)
I wear bibs for all rides weather its a 60 minutes or 5 hours, bibs are more comfortable and I don't mind the extra 30 seconds it takes to pee.
Manfred Adams (7 months ago)
Matt Stephens would have been the perfect co-presenter for this episode.
skippygirl959 (7 months ago)
You get to watch this content for free and Emma did a great job hosting this video and all you do is bitch in the comments?
Philipp Straube (7 months ago)
I miss him to. All the best to you Matt.
Owen Sindler (7 months ago)
Can we get over Matt please.
SAF1981 (7 months ago)
Women cyclists have better options of colours and designs over men's cycling clothes. Mens tend to be either black or very neutral. If any colour is wanted, you generally have to be plastered with sponsors on replica team kits.
Yep, I'm all about La Passione now, both for road, gravel and MTB. Great kit, style, value and service. All the time I'm paying for my kit, I'll be wearing this! Ride on! Tim
R Landy (7 months ago)
misterYELLOW love their kit. Lots of coordination and great fit. Customer service is tops. Used to wear Assos bibs but that's all I could afford in their lineup. Good bibs too.
Gary Turbo (7 months ago)
They're more affordable than mens kits
Chantal Coolsma (7 months ago)
SAF1981 I wear This Is Cambridge jerseys. I love their thought: “it is not about him, it is not about her, it is about us” cycling kit is gender neutral
SAF1981 (7 months ago)
Chantal Coolsma maybe but few and far between or a little niche in choice. (this is an ASOS advert by the way so wouldn't worry about dropping other brands 😉)
Luis Solaegui (7 months ago)
Never getting tired of those National Champion & World champion stripes! I love you emma! Great video btw.
David Pallatina (7 months ago)
Luis Solaegui Frye is a way we will only ❤️🐮😁🤣🙃🤣🤣🤣🙃🤣🙃🤣viu
Streamerbean (7 months ago)
Thank you for this video, as I have wondering this far awhile
Helen Wilkie (7 months ago)
The only thing you didn't mention was helmets! I know it's not necessarily a women specific issue, but I'd love it if helmet makers thought about pony tails and clearly marked which ones are compatible.
Batty Matty (7 months ago)
I have a fantastic Smith's helmet (see profile pic). Fits like a dream, is really light and works well with a ponytail. Actually I have 2 in different colours!
Chris Sherburn (7 months ago)
When I was shopping for a new helmet a couple weeks ago, I remember seeing at least one of the GIRO helmets are ponytail compatible. I don't recall the model, but just happened to notice it while scanning.
fiddler on the bike (7 months ago)
had long hair for years (and made them a pony tail for cycling), so from my own experience I can tell you: Specialized and Abus helmets are perfect for that! ...have the Evade, Gamechanger and Aventor - can recommend all of them (while Giro and MET helmets did not work with pony tail)
Global Cycling Network (7 months ago)
That's a good point! We like the Kask ones we're lucky to use - you can move the fitting to wear with a pony tail/bun etc 👍
Andrew Frink (7 months ago)
As a guy with long hair that would be nice as well. Though I haven't had much issue, but the pony tail tends to be as low down as I can.
Mark Booth (7 months ago)
Cool video Emma.👍🚴
Natalie May (7 months ago)
I prefer high waisted shorts/ tights so they don’t cut into me; which can look unflattering. Ladies cut jerseys fit better on me as i have narrow waist & wider hips... the mens/unisex jerseys alway look baggy either on the waist or chest. I always have to go up a size too.
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John Bicycle (7 months ago)
Undercarriage is the part of a moving vehicle underneath the main body of the vehicle. The term originally applied to this part of a horse-drawn carriage, and usage has since broadened to include the landing gear of an aircraft and the chassis of an automobile.
Anthony Lovell (7 months ago)
and the more sensitive contact points of a cyclist
Thankful to Live! (7 months ago)
Thank you. You answered many of my questions about what to wear and why. Keep them coming!
Global Cycling Network (7 months ago)
Awesome - let us know if you have any other questions!
phil bryant 64 (7 months ago)
Tight Cycling shorts without your underwear is your lucky shorts.
Emma Pooley (7 months ago)
phil bryant ironically, i suspect that with comments like that, you don’t get lucky very often.
devdas Devdas (7 months ago)
So true
2WheelTonio (7 months ago)
Doreen Green (7 months ago)
I'm a MTB'er so all this aero stuff is alien to me. Cotton knickers baggy clothes 4tw. Also i have never suffered from chafing
Karina (6 months ago)
I ride MTBs only and I bought a chamois because of the chafing. I secondarily discovered that I quite like the added padding between me and the saddle so it was a win/win in the end, except for my wallet!
KingProne (7 months ago)
yeah i quite often wear mtb shorts when i go cyclocrossing because it offers so much more protection. unfortunately the baggy nature of the shorts means it is hard to remount the bike...
Mike Savage (7 months ago)
Ah, but how much time do you spend sitting on the saddle when you're off-road? ;)
E.G.O (7 months ago)
Doreen Green wow so cool
keriezy (7 months ago)
I buy men's tops but women's bottoms. I am a girl after all I just have a long torso and appreciate the pockets and sleeves being in the right place.
Simon McVitty Östborg (7 months ago)
Sup gcn! Do you now IF you should wear anything under the bib straps as a boy
Simon McVitty Östborg (7 months ago)
Thanks Bob
Simon McVitty Östborg (7 months ago)
Thanks GCN it really helps allot.without this Chanel i could be wearing something totaly wrong! But at the end of the day aslong as you enjoy cykling i’ts fine
Global Cycling Network (7 months ago)
Hey Simon - you don't have to, but you can choose to wear a baselayer. There are different types for hot weather, colder weather etc. Hope this helps!
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