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Kanapali Gardens Plaque Set Set of Two

Set of Two price shown. Bring tropical life to your decor with the Kanapali Gardens Wall Plaque Set. Panels feature brightly colored hibiscuses and tropical birds of paradise in bloom. Resin wall accents have faux bamboo stalk borders and color-block backgrounds of sage, ivory, and brown. Each is 11"x24"., , , Art > Wall Plaque Art > Flower and Leaf Wall Plaqu

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Touch of Class
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PondBuilder™ 28” Medium Formal Falls w/Lights

Stainless Steel Construction Self Draining: Simple To Winterize 16 Color LED Light Strip With Remote Add just a touch of water into the landscape with PondBuilder's™ unique pie-shaped stainless waterfall. Made in the USA, Formal Falls has been designed to work with most every retaining wall manufacturer to add a lighted sheer waterfall in any landscape. These wall waterfalls can be easily added to any block wall structure and are a great alternative to fountains. They can be used to adorn a garden, pool, outdoor living area, or even a home or business foyer! The Formal Falls has a low-energy, color-changing, remote controlled, LED lighting system that creates a beautiful nighttime display. The IR remote controlled lighting works up to 20ft away to change up to 16 colors. For a complete kit, add the PondBuilder™ Basin Kit (sold separately).

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The Pond Guy
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Havoc Stem Black, 50mm/1 1/8

You gotta love that the Easton Havoc Stemis CNC machined from a solid block of aluminum. That's gonna give you some serious steering confidence. But sheer mass alone isn't the Easton modus operandi. They've also built in a bit of science -- even if that's the farthest thing from your mind as you gap a rock garden and dive for the next wall ride. Eye up the Havoc Stem nose-first, from the face plate back toward the steerer, and you can see their first trick. The face clamp has scalloped shoulders that crest in toward the bar contact patch. This broadens the clamping force, and the same shaping is also used at the mouth of the stem itself. This ensures that the stem doesn't create a stress riser at the bar/stem junction, and the massive bending loads that the bar experiences when you land a jump get distributed along a greater portion of the bar. This design helps the Havoc Stem make your bars more durable. And even if you're mostly wanting a stem that's totally bombproof, Easton still milled out the body of this stem to remove all extraneous material, reducing weight and consequent steering heft. Note how even the steerer clamp is pared to a minimum. There's simply no need for extra alloy here, as the stress on this part of the stem isn't as great as it is at the bars -- where Easton wisely concentrates the bulk of the Havoc Stem's mass. The Easton Havoc Stem is made of Easton CNC Aluminum, and is available for 1-1/8" steerers. It comes in 35, 50, and 65mm lengths. It fits 31. 8mm handlebars and has a 0 rise. Color options include Gloss Black and Orange anodized. Application: All-Mountain/Gravity

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Havoc Stem Black, 50mm/1 1/8

You gotta love that the Easton Havoc Stemis CNC machined from a solid block of aluminum. That's gonna give you some serious steering confidence. But sheer mass alone isn't the Easton modus operandi. They've also built in a bit of science -- even if that's the farthest thing from your mind as you gap a rock garden and dive for the next wall ride. Eye up the Havoc Stem nose-first, from the face plate back toward the steerer, and you can see their first trick. The face clamp has scalloped shoulders that crest in toward the bar contact patch. This broadens the clamping force, and the same shaping is also used at the mouth of the stem itself. This ensures that the stem doesn't create a stress riser at the bar/stem junction, and the massive bending loads that the bar experiences when you land a jump get distributed along a greater portion of the bar. This design helps the Havoc Stem make your bars more durable. And even if you're mostly wanting a stem that's totally bombproof, Easton still milled out the body of this stem to remove all extraneous material, reducing weight and consequent steering heft. Note how even the steerer clamp is pared to a minimum. There's simply no need for extra alloy here, as the stress on this part of the stem isn't as great as it is at the bars -- where Easton wisely concentrates the bulk of the Havoc Stem's mass. The Easton Havoc Stem is made of Easton CNC Aluminum, and is available for 1-1/8" steerers. It comes in 35, 50, and 65mm lengths. It fits 31. 8mm handlebars and has a 0 rise. Color options include Gloss Black and Orange anodized. Application: All-Mountain/Gravity

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Havoc Stem Black, 65mm/1 1/8

You gotta love that the Easton Havoc Stemis CNC machined from a solid block of aluminum. That's gonna give you some serious steering confidence. But sheer mass alone isn't the Easton modus operandi. They've also built in a bit of science -- even if that's the farthest thing from your mind as you gap a rock garden and dive for the next wall ride. Eye up the Havoc Stem nose-first, from the face plate back toward the steerer, and you can see their first trick. The face clamp has scalloped shoulders that crest in toward the bar contact patch. This broadens the clamping force, and the same shaping is also used at the mouth of the stem itself. This ensures that the stem doesn't create a stress riser at the bar/stem junction, and the massive bending loads that the bar experiences when you land a jump get distributed along a greater portion of the bar. This design helps the Havoc Stem make your bars more durable. And even if you're mostly wanting a stem that's totally bombproof, Easton still milled out the body of this stem to remove all extraneous material, reducing weight and consequent steering heft. Note how even the steerer clamp is pared to a minimum. There's simply no need for extra alloy here, as the stress on this part of the stem isn't as great as it is at the bars -- where Easton wisely concentrates the bulk of the Havoc Stem's mass. The Easton Havoc Stem is made of Easton CNC Aluminum, and is available for 1-1/8" steerers. It comes in 35, 50, and 65mm lengths. It fits 31. 8mm handlebars and has a 0 rise. Color options include Gloss Black and Orange anodized. Application: All-Mountain/Gravity

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Havoc Stem Orange, 65mm/1 1/2

You gotta love that the Easton Havoc Stemis CNC machined from a solid block of aluminum. That's gonna give you some serious steering confidence. But sheer mass alone isn't the Easton modus operandi. They've also built in a bit of science -- even if that's the farthest thing from your mind as you gap a rock garden and dive for the next wall ride. Eye up the Havoc Stem nose-first, from the face plate back toward the steerer, and you can see their first trick. The face clamp has scalloped shoulders that crest in toward the bar contact patch. This broadens the clamping force, and the same shaping is also used at the mouth of the stem itself. This ensures that the stem doesn't create a stress riser at the bar/stem junction, and the massive bending loads that the bar experiences when you land a jump get distributed along a greater portion of the bar. This design helps the Havoc Stem make your bars more durable. And even if you're mostly wanting a stem that's totally bombproof, Easton still milled out the body of this stem to remove all extraneous material, reducing weight and consequent steering heft. Note how even the steerer clamp is pared to a minimum. There's simply no need for extra alloy here, as the stress on this part of the stem isn't as great as it is at the bars -- where Easton wisely concentrates the bulk of the Havoc Stem's mass. The Easton Havoc Stem is made of Easton CNC Aluminum, and is available for 1-1/8" steerers. It comes in 35, 50, and 65mm lengths. It fits 31. 8mm handlebars and has a 0 rise. Color options include Gloss Black and Orange anodized. Application: All-Mountain/Gravity

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Competitive Cyclist
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Havoc Stem Orange, 50mm/1 1/2

You gotta love that the Easton Havoc Stemis CNC machined from a solid block of aluminum. That's gonna give you some serious steering confidence. But sheer mass alone isn't the Easton modus operandi. They've also built in a bit of science -- even if that's the farthest thing from your mind as you gap a rock garden and dive for the next wall ride. Eye up the Havoc Stem nose-first, from the face plate back toward the steerer, and you can see their first trick. The face clamp has scalloped shoulders that crest in toward the bar contact patch. This broadens the clamping force, and the same shaping is also used at the mouth of the stem itself. This ensures that the stem doesn't create a stress riser at the bar/stem junction, and the massive bending loads that the bar experiences when you land a jump get distributed along a greater portion of the bar. This design helps the Havoc Stem make your bars more durable. And even if you're mostly wanting a stem that's totally bombproof, Easton still milled out the body of this stem to remove all extraneous material, reducing weight and consequent steering heft. Note how even the steerer clamp is pared to a minimum. There's simply no need for extra alloy here, as the stress on this part of the stem isn't as great as it is at the bars -- where Easton wisely concentrates the bulk of the Havoc Stem's mass. The Easton Havoc Stem is made of Easton CNC Aluminum, and is available for 1-1/8" steerers. It comes in 35, 50, and 65mm lengths. It fits 31. 8mm handlebars and has a 0 rise. Color options include Gloss Black and Orange anodized. Application: All-Mountain/Gravity

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Competitive Cyclist
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Havoc Stem Black, 65mm/1 1/8

You gotta love that the Easton Havoc Stemis CNC machined from a solid block of aluminum. That's gonna give you some serious steering confidence. But sheer mass alone isn't the Easton modus operandi. They've also built in a bit of science -- even if that's the farthest thing from your mind as you gap a rock garden and dive for the next wall ride. Eye up the Havoc Stem nose-first, from the face plate back toward the steerer, and you can see their first trick. The face clamp has scalloped shoulders that crest in toward the bar contact patch. This broadens the clamping force, and the same shaping is also used at the mouth of the stem itself. This ensures that the stem doesn't create a stress riser at the bar/stem junction, and the massive bending loads that the bar experiences when you land a jump get distributed along a greater portion of the bar. This design helps the Havoc Stem make your bars more durable. And even if you're mostly wanting a stem that's totally bombproof, Easton still milled out the body of this stem to remove all extraneous material, reducing weight and consequent steering heft. Note how even the steerer clamp is pared to a minimum. There's simply no need for extra alloy here, as the stress on this part of the stem isn't as great as it is at the bars -- where Easton wisely concentrates the bulk of the Havoc Stem's mass. The Easton Havoc Stem is made of Easton CNC Aluminum, and is available for 1-1/8" steerers. It comes in 35, 50, and 65mm lengths. It fits 31. 8mm handlebars and has a 0 rise. Color options include Gloss Black and Orange anodized. Application: All-Mountain/Gravity

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Competitive Cyclist
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Havoc Stem

You gotta love that the Easton Havoc Stemis CNC machined from a solid block of aluminum. That's gonna give you some serious steering confidence. But sheer mass alone isn't the Easton modus operandi. They've also built in a bit of science -- even if that's the farthest thing from your mind as you gap a rock garden and dive for the next wall ride. Eye up the Havoc Stem nose-first, from the face plate back toward the steerer, and you can see their first trick. The face clamp has scalloped shoulders that crest in toward the bar contact patch. This broadens the clamping force, and the same shaping is also used at the mouth of the stem itself. This ensures that the stem doesn't create a stress riser at the bar/stem junction, and the massive bending loads that the bar experiences when you land a jump get distributed along a greater portion of the bar. This design helps the Havoc Stem make your bars more durable. And even if you're mostly wanting a stem that's totally bombproof, Easton still milled out the body of this stem to remove all extraneous material, reducing weight and consequent steering heft. Note how even the steerer clamp is pared to a minimum. There's simply no need for extra alloy here, as the stress on this part of the stem isn't as great as it is at the bars -- where Easton wisely concentrates the bulk of the Havoc Stem's mass. The Easton Havoc Stem is made of Easton CNC Aluminum, and is available for 1-1/8" steerers. It comes in 35, 50, and 65mm lengths. It fits 31. 8mm handlebars and has a 0 rise. Color options include Gloss Black and Orange anodized. Application: All-Mountain/Gravity

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Competitive Cyclist
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Havoc Stem Black, 65mm/1 1/2

You gotta love that the Easton Havoc Stemis CNC machined from a solid block of aluminum. That's gonna give you some serious steering confidence. But sheer mass alone isn't the Easton modus operandi. They've also built in a bit of science -- even if that's the farthest thing from your mind as you gap a rock garden and dive for the next wall ride. Eye up the Havoc Stem nose-first, from the face plate back toward the steerer, and you can see their first trick. The face clamp has scalloped shoulders that crest in toward the bar contact patch. This broadens the clamping force, and the same shaping is also used at the mouth of the stem itself. This ensures that the stem doesn't create a stress riser at the bar/stem junction, and the massive bending loads that the bar experiences when you land a jump get distributed along a greater portion of the bar. This design helps the Havoc Stem make your bars more durable. And even if you're mostly wanting a stem that's totally bombproof, Easton still milled out the body of this stem to remove all extraneous material, reducing weight and consequent steering heft. Note how even the steerer clamp is pared to a minimum. There's simply no need for extra alloy here, as the stress on this part of the stem isn't as great as it is at the bars -- where Easton wisely concentrates the bulk of the Havoc Stem's mass. The Easton Havoc Stem is made of Easton CNC Aluminum, and is available for 1-1/8" steerers. It comes in 35, 50, and 65mm lengths. It fits 31. 8mm handlebars and has a 0 rise. Color options include Gloss Black and Orange anodized. Application: All-Mountain/Gravity

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Competitive Cyclist
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