I bought the Origami front and back fenders, as a temporary stopgap until I got some full fenders powder-coated blue. I never did the powder-coating, because I'm basically lazy when it comes to errands, and it just never happened. However, these fenders lasted all winter, and while the back fender works really well, the front does have an issue. When I go fast in the rain (and in Portland, it rains a lot), the water coming off the front tire would spray out in front of me, and I'd run into it. It really needs a front-of-the-head-tube piece, to catch that. All that being said, I'm headed to Western Bikeworks today to replace this one, since I lost the one I had. I just really like how light it is, and since summer is coming, I'm only going to need it to look good, which it does.
I love this rack. It even fits on my gravel bike with disc brakes (my brake is mounted on the chain stay instead of the seat stay). I love the way it looks and the fact that such a light rack can have such a heavy weight capacity. I'd buy it again in a heartbeat. The aluminum rod takes a little more effort to correctly bend than traditional setups, but it looks nice when it's done. My Ortlieb panniers fit right onto the rack without any adjustment necessary.
These are perfect for shedding Portland's wet weather, while still looking sharp on the road. The large size fit my 32c tires, but will also work for my 25c ones when I switch over for long distance rides. Great product! Kind of a pain to install without the right tools, for me, worth it to pay for installation to get it right.