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Tallboy Carbon X01 Complete Mountain Bike - 2015 Satin Black/Aqua Blue, M

The 2015 Santa Cruz Tallboy Carbon X01 Complete Mountain Bike is made for the cross country rider who pushes the boundaries. Built off of the legendary Tallboy 2 platform, this lightweight carbon fiber trail rocket is stiff, lightweight, and responsive -- everything you need in a great XC bike. But when you turn up the heat, the Tallboy responds in kind, treating you to neutral handling that will bail you out of much hairier situations than you might have imagined. In other words, one of our favorite trail bikes is back, and it's not slowing down any time soon. When revising the Tallboy last year, Santa Cruz made sure that any improvements were exactly that -- improvements. After all, why mess with a good thing? Rather than make changes to the geometry on its best-selling model, Santa Cruz instead looked at ways to shave weight and improve stiffness. The resulting frame is significantly lighter than comparable designs on the market. But, saving weight isn't everything, which is why Santa Cruz managed to also make the Tallboy stiffer. You'll also find that Santa Cruz incorporated the same collet-style pivot hardware that's become standard for Santa Cruz's suspension bikes. This means that your pivots will stay tight, while also making service a breeze. The main improvement that you'll notice in the saddle is the modified suspension rate. Specifically, the progressivity at the end of the stroke has been reduced in comparison to the original Tallboy. In translation, modern shocks are more capable of resisting bottoming-out than they were during the genesis of the Tallboy. So, this revised suspension layout provides full travel with the current generation of suspension dampers. More specifically, it's tuned for the FOX Racing Shox FLOAT CTD shock, which features FOX's CTD adjustment for simplified suspension tuning. And, piggybacking off of improved suspension action, the overall efficiency receives a boost as well. The suspension is a refinement of Santa Cruz's dua...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Roam 60 29in Carbon Clincher UST Wheel One Color, 29in, Front

Modern trail bikes maintain composure in situations once reserved for downhill race bikes, and as a result, wheels are now confronted with more abuse than ever. At the same time, riders are demanding bikes that are light enough to comfortably pedal all day. These seemingly incompatible goals are exaggerated on 29-inch wheels. Solving this problem served as the motivation for SRAM to build the ROAM 60 29in Carbon Clincher UST Wheel. SRAM's engineering team must have been tempted to go all-out with the weight reduction of the ROAM 60's carbon rim. Thankfully, though, instead of focusing on shedding grams at all costs, SRAM placed a higher priority on durability. This resulted in the ROAM 60 weighing in within 10 grams of its aluminum counterpart. And this starts to shed light onto why the carbon fiber ROAM 60 is both stronger and stiffer than the aluminum ROAM 50. A quick glance at the cross-section of the rim reveals a main cavity that's thinner on the sidewall than at the bead hook or the spoke bed. The sidewall thins gradually, which provides a strong base for the bead hook. As a result, it resists deforming under hard impacts. SRAM calls this rim profile Taper Core, and it essentially means that SRAM has optimized the carbon layup in order to place more material where it serves durability, not where it doesn't. Ultimately, this results in a thinning of the rim profile elsewhere in order to optimize the balance between weight and strength. The Taper Core rim profile is shared with the alloy ROAM rim, but unlike its alloy counterpart, the carbon ROAM 60 rim gets a boost from SRAM's Carbon Tuned construction. Basically, SRAM combines woven carbon fiber with unidirectional carbon, and the result is a wheel with a precisely tuned blend of stiffness and compliance. The internal construction of the rim employs woven directional fibers, which enables the rim to compress vertically under high loads. This yields an added degree of compliance in comparison to an alumin...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Roam 60 29in Carbon Clincher UST Wheel

Modern trail bikes maintain composure in situations once reserved for downhill race bikes, and as a result, wheels are now confronted with more abuse than ever. At the same time, riders are demanding bikes that are light enough to comfortably pedal all day. These seemingly incompatible goals are exaggerated on 29-inch wheels. Solving this problem served as the motivation for SRAM to build the ROAM 60 29in Carbon Clincher UST Wheel. SRAM's engineering team must have been tempted to go all-out with the weight reduction of the ROAM 60's carbon rim. Thankfully, though, instead of focusing on shedding grams at all costs, SRAM placed a higher priority on durability. This resulted in the ROAM 60 weighing in within 10 grams of its aluminum counterpart. And this starts to shed light onto why the carbon fiber ROAM 60 is both stronger and stiffer than the aluminum ROAM 50. A quick glance at the cross-section of the rim reveals a main cavity that's thinner on the sidewall than at the bead hook or the spoke bed. The sidewall thins gradually, which provides a strong base for the bead hook. As a result, it resists deforming under hard impacts. SRAM calls this rim profile Taper Core, and it essentially means that SRAM has optimized the carbon layup in order to place more material where it serves durability, not where it doesn't. Ultimately, this results in a thinning of the rim profile elsewhere in order to optimize the balance between weight and strength. The Taper Core rim profile is shared with the alloy ROAM rim, but unlike its alloy counterpart, the carbon ROAM 60 rim gets a boost from SRAM's Carbon Tuned construction. Basically, SRAM combines woven carbon fiber with unidirectional carbon, and the result is a wheel with a precisely tuned blend of stiffness and compliance. The internal construction of the rim employs woven directional fibers, which enables the rim to compress vertically under high loads. This yields an added degree of compliance in comparison to an alumin...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Roam 60 29in Carbon Clincher UST Wheel One Color, 29in, Rear XX1

Modern trail bikes maintain composure in situations once reserved for downhill race bikes, and as a result, wheels are now confronted with more abuse than ever. At the same time, riders are demanding bikes that are light enough to comfortably pedal all day. These seemingly incompatible goals are exaggerated on 29-inch wheels. Solving this problem served as the motivation for SRAM to build the ROAM 60 29in Carbon Clincher UST Wheel. SRAM's engineering team must have been tempted to go all-out with the weight reduction of the ROAM 60's carbon rim. Thankfully, though, instead of focusing on shedding grams at all costs, SRAM placed a higher priority on durability. This resulted in the ROAM 60 weighing in within 10 grams of its aluminum counterpart. And this starts to shed light onto why the carbon fiber ROAM 60 is both stronger and stiffer than the aluminum ROAM 50. A quick glance at the cross-section of the rim reveals a main cavity that's thinner on the sidewall than at the bead hook or the spoke bed. The sidewall thins gradually, which provides a strong base for the bead hook. As a result, it resists deforming under hard impacts. SRAM calls this rim profile Taper Core, and it essentially means that SRAM has optimized the carbon layup in order to place more material where it serves durability, not where it doesn't. Ultimately, this results in a thinning of the rim profile elsewhere in order to optimize the balance between weight and strength. The Taper Core rim profile is shared with the alloy ROAM rim, but unlike its alloy counterpart, the carbon ROAM 60 rim gets a boost from SRAM's Carbon Tuned construction. Basically, SRAM combines woven carbon fiber with unidirectional carbon, and the result is a wheel with a precisely tuned blend of stiffness and compliance. The internal construction of the rim employs woven directional fibers, which enables the rim to compress vertically under high loads. This yields an added degree of compliance in comparison to an alumin...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Roam 60 29in Carbon Clincher UST Wheel One Color, 29in, Rear

Modern trail bikes maintain composure in situations once reserved for downhill race bikes, and as a result, wheels are now confronted with more abuse than ever. At the same time, riders are demanding bikes that are light enough to comfortably pedal all day. These seemingly incompatible goals are exaggerated on 29-inch wheels. Solving this problem served as the motivation for SRAM to build the ROAM 60 29in Carbon Clincher UST Wheel. SRAM's engineering team must have been tempted to go all-out with the weight reduction of the ROAM 60's carbon rim. Thankfully, though, instead of focusing on shedding grams at all costs, SRAM placed a higher priority on durability. This resulted in the ROAM 60 weighing in within 10 grams of its aluminum counterpart. And this starts to shed light onto why the carbon fiber ROAM 60 is both stronger and stiffer than the aluminum ROAM 50. A quick glance at the cross-section of the rim reveals a main cavity that's thinner on the sidewall than at the bead hook or the spoke bed. The sidewall thins gradually, which provides a strong base for the bead hook. As a result, it resists deforming under hard impacts. SRAM calls this rim profile Taper Core, and it essentially means that SRAM has optimized the carbon layup in order to place more material where it serves durability, not where it doesn't. Ultimately, this results in a thinning of the rim profile elsewhere in order to optimize the balance between weight and strength. The Taper Core rim profile is shared with the alloy ROAM rim, but unlike its alloy counterpart, the carbon ROAM 60 rim gets a boost from SRAM's Carbon Tuned construction. Basically, SRAM combines woven carbon fiber with unidirectional carbon, and the result is a wheel with a precisely tuned blend of stiffness and compliance. The internal construction of the rim employs woven directional fibers, which enables the rim to compress vertically under high loads. This yields an added degree of compliance in comparison to an alumin...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Rise XX 29in Carbon Tubular Wheelset One Color, Predictive Front, Tubular

When you think about the performance advantages that tubular road and cyclocross tires provide -- smoother ride, less rolling resistance, the ability to run lower pressures safely, the lower weight than tire-and-tube combos, and more -- it makes sense that they're massively popular under the pros. Bring those advantages into the world of mountain bikes, however, via the wheel masters at SRAM, and you have something truly ground-breaking: the SRAM XX Rise Carbon Tubular Wheelset, a set ready to dissect the competition, one climb, sprint, and podium at a time. Starting with the rim, SRAM didn't simply beef-up an existing cyclocross or road tubular design, although they did consult the rim geniuses over at Zipp for input. Ultimately, SRAM developed a competition-focused XC race rim with unidirectional carbon fiber and a special resin designed to both mitigate impacts and vibrations to improve ride quality, while also making the rim more durable overall. Not needing to integrate bead-grabbing sidewalls into the rim saved enormous weight while boosting the rim's structural integrity. It's light enough to fly but tough enough to take a beating on par with the toughest XC wheelsets out there, so riders can scratch durability off their list of concerns. The rim then gets laced with 24 Sapim CX-Ray straight-pull spokes in a two-cross pattern, front and rear, to boost the wheels' stiffness and again enhance their toughness. Moving down into the hub, we find SRAM's Speedball ceramic bearings keeping rolling action silky smooth and fast. The rear hub employs the company's new Double Time ratchet mechanism, kicking up the hub's engagement points from an industry average around 24-30 up to 52. Why does this matter? When you resume pedaling after coasting, the more points of engagement in the rear hub, the shorter distance you have to move the pedals before you are actually pushing the bike forward again, as opposed to just "dead spinning." This makes the wheel far more respons...

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Competitive Cyclist
$1,341.00 See It
Rise XX 29in Carbon Tubular Wheelset

When you think about the performance advantages that tubular road and cyclocross tires provide -- smoother ride, less rolling resistance, the ability to run lower pressures safely, the lower weight than tire-and-tube combos, and more -- it makes sense that they're massively popular under the pros. Bring those advantages into the world of mountain bikes, however, via the wheel masters at SRAM, and you have something truly ground-breaking: the SRAM XX Rise Carbon Tubular Wheelset, a set ready to dissect the competition, one climb, sprint, and podium at a time. Starting with the rim, SRAM didn't simply beef-up an existing cyclocross or road tubular design, although they did consult the rim geniuses over at Zipp for input. Ultimately, SRAM developed a competition-focused XC race rim with unidirectional carbon fiber and a special resin designed to both mitigate impacts and vibrations to improve ride quality, while also making the rim more durable overall. Not needing to integrate bead-grabbing sidewalls into the rim saved enormous weight while boosting the rim's structural integrity. It's light enough to fly but tough enough to take a beating on par with the toughest XC wheelsets out there, so riders can scratch durability off their list of concerns. The rim then gets laced with 24 Sapim CX-Ray straight-pull spokes in a two-cross pattern, front and rear, to boost the wheels' stiffness and again enhance their toughness. Moving down into the hub, we find SRAM's Speedball ceramic bearings keeping rolling action silky smooth and fast. The rear hub employs the company's new Double Time ratchet mechanism, kicking up the hub's engagement points from an industry average around 24-30 up to 52. Why does this matter? When you resume pedaling after coasting, the more points of engagement in the rear hub, the shorter distance you have to move the pedals before you are actually pushing the bike forward again, as opposed to just "dead spinning." This makes the wheel far more respons...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Rise XX 29in Carbon Tubular Wheelset One Color, Rear, XD 11spd, QR, 12mm, Tubular

When you think about the performance advantages that tubular road and cyclocross tires provide -- smoother ride, less rolling resistance, the ability to run lower pressures safely, the lower weight than tire-and-tube combos, and more -- it makes sense that they're massively popular under the pros. Bring those advantages into the world of mountain bikes, however, via the wheel masters at SRAM, and you have something truly ground-breaking: the SRAM XX Rise Carbon Tubular Wheelset, a set ready to dissect the competition, one climb, sprint, and podium at a time. Starting with the rim, SRAM didn't simply beef-up an existing cyclocross or road tubular design, although they did consult the rim geniuses over at Zipp for input. Ultimately, SRAM developed a competition-focused XC race rim with unidirectional carbon fiber and a special resin designed to both mitigate impacts and vibrations to improve ride quality, while also making the rim more durable overall. Not needing to integrate bead-grabbing sidewalls into the rim saved enormous weight while boosting the rim's structural integrity. It's light enough to fly but tough enough to take a beating on par with the toughest XC wheelsets out there, so riders can scratch durability off their list of concerns. The rim then gets laced with 24 Sapim CX-Ray straight-pull spokes in a two-cross pattern, front and rear, to boost the wheels' stiffness and again enhance their toughness. Moving down into the hub, we find SRAM's Speedball ceramic bearings keeping rolling action silky smooth and fast. The rear hub employs the company's new Double Time ratchet mechanism, kicking up the hub's engagement points from an industry average around 24-30 up to 52. Why does this matter? When you resume pedaling after coasting, the more points of engagement in the rear hub, the shorter distance you have to move the pedals before you are actually pushing the bike forward again, as opposed to just "dead spinning." This makes the wheel far more respons...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Rise XX 29in Carbon Tubular Wheelset One Color, Front, QR, 15mm, Tubular

When you think about the performance advantages that tubular road and cyclocross tires provide -- smoother ride, less rolling resistance, the ability to run lower pressures safely, the lower weight than tire-and-tube combos, and more -- it makes sense that they're massively popular under the pros. Bring those advantages into the world of mountain bikes, however, via the wheel masters at SRAM, and you have something truly ground-breaking: the SRAM XX Rise Carbon Tubular Wheelset, a set ready to dissect the competition, one climb, sprint, and podium at a time. Starting with the rim, SRAM didn't simply beef-up an existing cyclocross or road tubular design, although they did consult the rim geniuses over at Zipp for input. Ultimately, SRAM developed a competition-focused XC race rim with unidirectional carbon fiber and a special resin designed to both mitigate impacts and vibrations to improve ride quality, while also making the rim more durable overall. Not needing to integrate bead-grabbing sidewalls into the rim saved enormous weight while boosting the rim's structural integrity. It's light enough to fly but tough enough to take a beating on par with the toughest XC wheelsets out there, so riders can scratch durability off their list of concerns. The rim then gets laced with 24 Sapim CX-Ray straight-pull spokes in a two-cross pattern, front and rear, to boost the wheels' stiffness and again enhance their toughness. Moving down into the hub, we find SRAM's Speedball ceramic bearings keeping rolling action silky smooth and fast. The rear hub employs the company's new Double Time ratchet mechanism, kicking up the hub's engagement points from an industry average around 24-30 up to 52. Why does this matter? When you resume pedaling after coasting, the more points of engagement in the rear hub, the shorter distance you have to move the pedals before you are actually pushing the bike forward again, as opposed to just "dead spinning." This makes the wheel far more respons...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Rise XX 29in Carbon Tubular Wheelset One Color, Rear, QR, 12mm, Tubular

When you think about the performance advantages that tubular road and cyclocross tires provide -- smoother ride, less rolling resistance, the ability to run lower pressures safely, the lower weight than tire-and-tube combos, and more -- it makes sense that they're massively popular under the pros. Bring those advantages into the world of mountain bikes, however, via the wheel masters at SRAM, and you have something truly ground-breaking: the SRAM XX Rise Carbon Tubular Wheelset, a set ready to dissect the competition, one climb, sprint, and podium at a time. Starting with the rim, SRAM didn't simply beef-up an existing cyclocross or road tubular design, although they did consult the rim geniuses over at Zipp for input. Ultimately, SRAM developed a competition-focused XC race rim with unidirectional carbon fiber and a special resin designed to both mitigate impacts and vibrations to improve ride quality, while also making the rim more durable overall. Not needing to integrate bead-grabbing sidewalls into the rim saved enormous weight while boosting the rim's structural integrity. It's light enough to fly but tough enough to take a beating on par with the toughest XC wheelsets out there, so riders can scratch durability off their list of concerns. The rim then gets laced with 24 Sapim CX-Ray straight-pull spokes in a two-cross pattern, front and rear, to boost the wheels' stiffness and again enhance their toughness. Moving down into the hub, we find SRAM's Speedball ceramic bearings keeping rolling action silky smooth and fast. The rear hub employs the company's new Double Time ratchet mechanism, kicking up the hub's engagement points from an industry average around 24-30 up to 52. Why does this matter? When you resume pedaling after coasting, the more points of engagement in the rear hub, the shorter distance you have to move the pedals before you are actually pushing the bike forward again, as opposed to just "dead spinning." This makes the wheel far more respons...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Camber CF Carbon Fiber Water Bottle Cage -46%

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The Blackburn(TM) Camber CF Carbon Fiber Water Bottle Cage is so light and sleek, you'll be amazed at its durability. Flared mouth for faster water bottle insertion. Unique reinforcing side ribs boost stiffness and bottle grip. Reinforced lower cradle bottle stop area for added strength. 100% Carbon Fiber construction.

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Dyson DC44 Animal Cordless Vacuum - Frontgate

Dyson digital motor is three times faster than conventional motors, for powerful cordless vacuuming. Detachable, long-reach wand is balanced for easy floor-to-ceiling cleaning. Motorized floor tool with two types of bristles engineered for cleaning carpet or hard floors. Brush bar has carbon fiber filaments to remove fine dust from hard floors. Dual power mode gives you 20 minutes of high, constant suction for longer tasks, or 8 minutes on Boost mode for tougher cleaning. A powerful, floor-to-ceiling vacuum that goes wherever you need it. Powered by the Dyson digital motor yet with the convenience of cordless operation, the DC44 has patented Root Cycloneâ„¢ technology that captures more dirt and microscopic dust without losing suction as you vacuum. . . . . . Fade-free, nickel manganese cobalt battery . Docking station recharges and stores the machine and attachments when not in use . Bin capacity is 0.09 gallons. Includes mini motorized tool and crevice tool . View instruction manual. 2 year manufacturer warranty .

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Frontgate
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CR4 Radius Bass Guitar - Charcoal Satin, Fretless

Bass Guitars - The first time you get your hands on the innovative NS Design CR4 Radius fretless bass guitar, you'll be lost for words. You'll feel your fingers slide up and down the CR4 Radius' ebony fingerboard with unprecedented ease, due to its revolutionary maple fusion neck. The CR4 Radius will elevate your playing to near-transcendent levels, with otherworldly definition and sustain. You'll be positively captivated by the amount of dynamic headroom provided by the CR4 Radius' state-of-the-art pickups and active electronics. Elevate your sound with the NS Design CR4 Radius fretless bass guitar!The NS Design CR4 Radius Fretless Bass Guitar at a Glance:Fusion neck provides stability, definition, and sustainNS Diradial body delivers tone, balance, and playabilityNS tuning system allows for quick string changing and balanced playabilityNS/EMG pickup system delivers an extensive, rich spectrum of tonesFusion neck provides stability, definition, and sustainThe CR4 Radius employs a one-piece bolt-on maple neck, however, its embedded continuous carbon fiber core creates an ultra-stable platform for your fingers to work their magic. The CR4 Radius' neck may feel like wood, however, its sustain and note definition are spellbinding. The neck's 34" scale length and ebony fingerboard further enhances this bass guitar's sustain and definition.NS Diradial body delivers tone, balance, and playabilityWith its maple body and flamed maple top, the CR4 Radius produces a tone with an articulate bite and tremendous sustain. The instrument's shape is balanced to perfection with no downward dip of its neck. The resulting amount of free movement your left hand is permitted is exceptional. You'll find the CR4 Radius remarkably stable and amazingly comfortable to play, due to its concave back radius and tightly radiused front.NS tuning system allows for quick string changing and balanced playabilityInstead of utilizing a traditional headstock with heavy conventional tuning machines, the CR4 Radius utilizes a self-clamping, precision tuning system that is built into the instrument's body. This system, originally created for the NS violin, is quick, simple, and accepts any standard single-ball end, full-scale bass guitar strings. To string the CR4 Radius, you simply cut the string to length, feed it through a slot, and tune it by winding a knob. Although the CR4 Radius' ultra-light headstock may take some time to get used to, your hands will soon realize how much freedom they're enjoying when they no longer have to compensate for an unbalanced instrument.NS/EMG pickup system delivers an extensive, rich spectrum of tonesIn collaboration with EMG, NS Design developed the CR4's integrated piezo and magnetic pickup system. Featuring an 18V active preamp, the CR4 provides you with an astounding amount of dynamic headroom. Additionally, the combination of piezo and magnetic pickups produces a rich and versatile spectrum of tones. Master volume, active treble cut/boost, activ

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Sweetwater
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Flite Team Edition Flow Saddle

For over a century now, Selle Italia has been crafting some of the most beautiful and most comfortable saddles in cycling. So, when its own team of professional cyclists finally received the opportunity to leave its mark on a special edition release, we knew that it was going to be something excellent. The Selle Italia Flite Team Edition Flow Saddle takes the mid-width and moderately padded Flite shape, gives it carbon rails, a Lorica cover, a classy design, and provides a relief cutout for increased bloodflow to sensitive areas, all adding up to a fine throne for road or cross-country mountain bike use. The Flite starts with a mid-width composite base that's 30% carbon fiber and 70% nylon. This is around 20% less carbon fiber then what's found in the SLR line, but around 20% more than what's found in the traditional Flite. This extra bit of carbon adds a bit of support, while enabling a natural flex that neutralizes road and trail chatter. Dimensionally, the tail is 145mm wide, just a touch narrower than the original and often-imitated 1990 Flite design, and 14mm wider than the company's SLR saddle platform. To boost the comfort, the Flite receives more padding overall than Selle Italia's SLR line of saddles. Further, the "Flow" namesake of this version derives from the cutout in the midsection of the saddle's shell, which acts to relieve pressure on perineal nerves and arteries to combat numbness and tingling that can occur for certain riders over long distances. Also noteworthy is the Flite's quick-drying and breathable Lorica cover -- the same material found on a majority of the SLR saddles. Lorica has the added benefit of being non-abrasive and low in friction, too, meaning that your shorts will slip right by instead of catching and chafing. The Selle Italia Flite Team Edition Flow Saddle is available in a 145 x 275mm size and in the color Black. Its carbon rails measure 7 x 9. 6mm and the saddle weighs 170 grams.

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Flite Team Edition Flow Saddle Black, One Size

For over a century now, Selle Italia has been crafting some of the most beautiful and most comfortable saddles in cycling. So, when its own team of professional cyclists finally received the opportunity to leave its mark on a special edition release, we knew that it was going to be something excellent. The Selle Italia Flite Team Edition Flow Saddle takes the mid-width and moderately padded Flite shape, gives it carbon rails, a Lorica cover, a classy design, and provides a relief cutout for increased bloodflow to sensitive areas, all adding up to a fine throne for road or cross-country mountain bike use. The Flite starts with a mid-width composite base that's 30% carbon fiber and 70% nylon. This is around 20% less carbon fiber then what's found in the SLR line, but around 20% more than what's found in the traditional Flite. This extra bit of carbon adds a bit of support, while enabling a natural flex that neutralizes road and trail chatter. Dimensionally, the tail is 145mm wide, just a touch narrower than the original and often-imitated 1990 Flite design, and 14mm wider than the company's SLR saddle platform. To boost the comfort, the Flite receives more padding overall than Selle Italia's SLR line of saddles. Further, the "Flow" namesake of this version derives from the cutout in the midsection of the saddle's shell, which acts to relieve pressure on perineal nerves and arteries to combat numbness and tingling that can occur for certain riders over long distances. Also noteworthy is the Flite's quick-drying and breathable Lorica cover -- the same material found on a majority of the SLR saddles. Lorica has the added benefit of being non-abrasive and low in friction, too, meaning that your shorts will slip right by instead of catching and chafing. The Selle Italia Flite Team Edition Flow Saddle is available in a 145 x 275mm size and in the color Black. Its carbon rails measure 7 x 9. 6mm and the saddle weighs 170 grams.

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Flite Saddle Black, 145x275

We've had an ongoing love affair with the original Selle Italia Flite Saddle for over two decades, now. So, it should come as no surprise that the newest iteration of the Selle Italia Flite appeals so strongly to our senses. It's similar to the mid-width shape of the original, only it's been trimmed down by five millimeters in length, and the profile of the nose has been slimmed to match. So, if you're looking for a classic profile with a modern twist, this could is the perch for you. The Flite starts with a mid-width, carbon-reinforced nylon composite base. And, if you're wondering what the composite percentage is, it's 10% carbon fiber and 90% nylon. This is around 20% less carbon fiber then what's found in the SLR line, but it adds to the support, while enabling a natural flex that neutralizes road and trail chatter. The tail is 145mm wide, just a millimeter narrower than the original 1990 Flite design, and it's 14mm wider than the SLR. To boost the comfort, the Flight receives more padding than Selle Italia's SLR line of saddles. However, it's worth noting that this isn't a couch. Instead, it was designed to be a responsive saddle that's well suited to racing and all-day rides. Furthering this concept is the Flight's quick-drying and breathable Lorica cover -- the same material found on a majority of SLR saddles. Additionally, it has the added benefit of being non-abrasive and low in friction, meaning that your shorts will slip right by instead of catching and chafing. The Flite rests on Selle Italia's TI 316 Tube titanium rails. These rails provide plenty of strength, and just as importantly, without stacking on the grams. They also feature the additional benefit of vibration absorption, meaning that you'll experience less numbness of long rides. The Selle Italia Flite Saddle is available in a 145x275mm size and in the colors Black, White, and Red. Please note that this saddle is approved for both off-road and road use, and that it has a claimed weight ...

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Backcountry.com
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Lombardia DWR Roubaix Bib Tights - Men's Black, XL - Men's

Named for the mountains of the region of Lombardia, Italy, the classic Giro di Lombardia race, also known as "The Race of the Falling Leaves," is famous for its wildly unpredictable weather. Following suit, Capo bestowed a rain-and-wind resistant DWR treatment onto one of its most popular cold-weather pieces to create the Capo Lombardia DWR Bib Tights, kicking their protection up a notch without sacrificing weight or breathability. As mentioned, Capo constructed the Lombardia using its proven Thermo Roubaix fabric and threw in a Durable Water Resistant material coating to boost its efficacy in fending off the elements. With a warp-knit construction, this material has a natural stretch. Within the knit, the threads follow a zig-zag pattern along the length of the tights. This allows more surface area coverage while using less material, equating directly to an airy, lightweight construction that still retains warmth. Thermo Roubaix's open weave also accelerates moisture transfer from the skin to the quick-drying surface of the tights, but the precise brushing process is what contributes most to its warmth. After the dyeing process, dedicated machines perform a brush to the inner-lining that provides a high, fleecy, and warming loft. The bib tights' uppers received Capo's super lightweight V-Mesh 360. This open mesh fabric is highly elastic with a supple texture that provides unmatched comfort, support, and freedom of upper body movement. This creates a vertically stable system that stays securely in place along your shoulders throughout your ride. The chamois incorporated into the Lombardia tights is Capo's Anatomic-DP Carbon Elastic Interface Technology (EIT) Insert. Its high-density, open-cell foam is bonded to an antimicrobial microfiber layer that has antimicrobial carbon fiber threads woven throughout. This effectively aids in moisture evaporation, while also keeping the insert neat and tidy. In addition to the slim, movement-freei...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Flite Team Edition Flow Saddle Black, One Size

For over a century now, Selle Italia has been crafting some of the most beautiful and most comfortable saddles in cycling. So, when its own team of professional cyclists finally received the opportunity to leave its mark on a special edition release, we knew that it was going to be something excellent. The Selle Italia Flite Team Edition Flow Saddle takes the mid-width and moderately padded Flite shape, gives it carbon rails, a Lorica cover, a classy design, and provides a relief cutout for increased bloodflow to sensitive areas, all adding up to a fine throne for road or cross-country mountain bike use. The Flite starts with a mid-width composite base that's 30% carbon fiber and 70% nylon. This is around 20% less carbon fiber then what's found in the SLR line, but around 20% more than what's found in the traditional Flite. This extra bit of carbon adds a bit of support, while enabling a natural flex that neutralizes road and trail chatter. Dimensionally, the tail is 145mm wide, just a touch narrower than the original and often-imitated 1990 Flite design, and 14mm wider than the company's SLR saddle platform. To boost the comfort, the Flite receives more padding overall than Selle Italia's SLR line of saddles. Further, the "Flow" namesake of this version derives from the cutout in the midsection of the saddle's shell, which acts to relieve pressure on perineal nerves and arteries to combat numbness and tingling that can occur for certain riders over long distances. Also noteworthy is the Flite's quick-drying and breathable Lorica cover -- the same material found on a majority of the SLR saddles. Lorica has the added benefit of being non-abrasive and low in friction, too, meaning that your shorts will slip right by instead of catching and chafing. The Selle Italia Flite Team Edition Flow Saddle is available in a 145 x 275mm size and in the color Black. Its carbon rails measure 7 x 9. 6mm and the saddle weighs 170 grams.

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Backcountry.com
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Min Qty 36 Carbon Fiber Writing Pad for iPad

Protect your clients' investments and give your brand a boost by debossing your logo on these auto-inspired iPad covers with writing pads. Includes a scratch-proof frame, stylus / pen loop and a 6.75 in. x 9.5 in. writing pad. Holds iPad generations 1,2,3 and 4.

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PrintGlobe
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2015 Bryce Oliveira Wanted Usssa Slowpitch Bat

Combat 2015 Bryce Oliveira Wanted USSSA Slowpitch Softball Bat New for 2015 the USSSA approved Wanted Bryce Oliveria Signature Model from Combat. This new twopiece fully composite design was built for slowpitch softball's elite. Using their Blended Fiber Technology, glass and carbon fibers run continuously around the entire length of the barrel to create a completely SEAMLESS CONSTRUCTION. Combat's Handle Isolation Technology (HIT) connects the handle to the barrel with polymeric viscoelastic dampeners to isolate all vibration and prevent it from reaching the hitter's hands. Known for their hot out of the wrapper slowpitch bats, COMBAT has brought Separation Barrier to the Wanted. This technology creates free movement between barrel walls, resulting in zero breakin period. The Wanted also gets a durability boost from Nanocomp Technology inside the barrel that fills in the microscopic gaps in the Blended Fiber. Bat Specifications Barrel: 2 1/4" Barrel Length: 12.5" Certified: USSSA, NSA, ISA, ISF Barrel Load: Slightly Endloaded Material: Composite Construction: Twopiece design Grip: Cushioned grip Model: Bryce Oliveira Signature model Warranty: One Year Manufacturers Warranty Available Sizes: 34in 26oz,34in 27oz,34in 28oz

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