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Snap Shim Road Cleats One Color, Light Action

The Snap Shim Road Cleats includes a set of two replacement cleats and complete cleat hardware for Speedplay road pedals. Please note that you must purchase the proper set of cleats for your pedals. Each system has their own cleats and they are not interchangeable. All styles of Zero pedals (Ti, Stainless, and Chrome Moly) require Zero cleats. All styles of X pedals (X1, X2, and X5) require X Series cleats. And the Light Action pedals require Light Action cleats. All cleats are compatible with virtually all road shoes in the marketplace. Please Note: Due to manufacturer restrictions, we are unable to ship Speedplay products outside the United States.

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Competitive Cyclist
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Snap Shim Road Cleats One Color, X Series

The Snap Shim Road Cleats includes a set of two replacement cleats and complete cleat hardware for Speedplay road pedals. Please note that you must purchase the proper set of cleats for your pedals. Each system has their own cleats and they are not interchangeable. All styles of Zero pedals (Ti, Stainless, and Chrome Moly) require Zero cleats. All styles of X pedals (X1, X2, and X5) require X Series cleats. And the Light Action pedals require Light Action cleats. All cleats are compatible with virtually all road shoes in the marketplace. Please Note: Due to manufacturer restrictions, we are unable to ship Speedplay products outside the United States.

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Competitive Cyclist
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Snap Shim Road Cleats

The Snap Shim Road Cleats includes a set of two replacement cleats and complete cleat hardware for Speedplay road pedals. Please note that you must purchase the proper set of cleats for your pedals. Each system has their own cleats and they are not interchangeable. All styles of Zero pedals (Ti, Stainless, and Chrome Moly) require Zero cleats. All styles of X pedals (X1, X2, and X5) require X Series cleats. And the Light Action pedals require Light Action cleats. All cleats are compatible with virtually all road shoes in the marketplace. Please Note: Due to manufacturer restrictions, we are unable to ship Speedplay products outside the United States.

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Competitive Cyclist
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Snap Shim Road Cleats One Color, Zero

The Snap Shim Road Cleats includes a set of two replacement cleats and complete cleat hardware for Speedplay road pedals. Please note that you must purchase the proper set of cleats for your pedals. Each system has their own cleats and they are not interchangeable. All styles of Zero pedals (Ti, Stainless, and Chrome Moly) require Zero cleats. All styles of X pedals (X1, X2, and X5) require X Series cleats. And the Light Action pedals require Light Action cleats. All cleats are compatible with virtually all road shoes in the marketplace. Please Note: Due to manufacturer restrictions, we are unable to ship Speedplay products outside the United States.

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Competitive Cyclist
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Egg Beater 2 Stainless Pedals

Want to know a secret? The Crankbrothers Eggbeater 2 Pedals are a few grams lighter than the Eggbeater 3 ... and less expensive. Sounds like a great value. The key differences are the stamped and plated, steel retention wing and bushings instead of needle bearings on the crank end of the pedal/spindle. In essence, they're functionally identical to the old Eggbeater SL and weigh within six grams, but they're $20 less expensive. A great value indeed. Eggbeaters are also some of the easiest-to-use clipless pedal systems around. Thanks to the four-sided wing of the Eggbeaters, it's literally impossible to not clip in with lightning quickness as soon as the bottom of your shoe hits the pedal. The wing rotates either forward or backward under the pressure of your foot to quickly and smoothly engage the cleat bolted to the sole of your shoe. The Eggbeater 2 employs investment cast stainless steel for the main body of the pedals, and the wings are stamped and chrome plated steel. The spindle is forged from super-strong chromoly steel, meaning that anyone can use them as there's no weight limit. The brass cleats for the Crankbrothers Eggbeater 2 Pedals are small so they recess flush with the tread on the bottom of your shoes for easy walking. They're also designed for two release angles -- 15 degree or 20 degree. The release angle depends on which cleat you bolt to which shoe. Crankbrothers recommends the 15 degree setting if you're new to clipless. Otherwise, the 20 degree configuration will give you greater mobility on the bike without the worry of an accidental release. Bushings and cartridge bearings will keep the Eggbeater 2 Pedals spinning smoothly. And when the time comes for an overhaul, keep in mind that nobody else's pedals are as easy to service as Crankbrothers' pedals are. Cartridge outer bearing, bushing inner15 to 20 degree releaseBrass cleat included with spacersStainless steel body, springForged Cro-Moly spindle

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Competitive Cyclist
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Egg Beater 2 Stainless Pedals Stainless/Black, One Size

Want to know a secret? The Crankbrothers Eggbeater 2 Pedals are a few grams lighter than the Eggbeater 3 ... and less expensive. Sounds like a great value. The key differences are the stamped and plated, steel retention wing and bushings instead of needle bearings on the crank end of the pedal/spindle. In essence, they're functionally identical to the old Eggbeater SL and weigh within six grams, but they're $20 less expensive. A great value indeed. Eggbeaters are also some of the easiest-to-use clipless pedal systems around. Thanks to the four-sided wing of the Eggbeaters, it's literally impossible to not clip in with lightning quickness as soon as the bottom of your shoe hits the pedal. The wing rotates either forward or backward under the pressure of your foot to quickly and smoothly engage the cleat bolted to the sole of your shoe. The Eggbeater 2 employs investment cast stainless steel for the main body of the pedals, and the wings are stamped and chrome plated steel. The spindle is forged from super-strong chromoly steel, meaning that anyone can use them as there's no weight limit. The brass cleats for the Crankbrothers Eggbeater 2 Pedals are small so they recess flush with the tread on the bottom of your shoes for easy walking. They're also designed for two release angles -- 15 degree or 20 degree. The release angle depends on which cleat you bolt to which shoe. Crankbrothers recommends the 15 degree setting if you're new to clipless. Otherwise, the 20 degree configuration will give you greater mobility on the bike without the worry of an accidental release. Bushings and cartridge bearings will keep the Eggbeater 2 Pedals spinning smoothly. And when the time comes for an overhaul, keep in mind that nobody else's pedals are as easy to service as Crankbrothers' pedals are. Cartridge outer bearing, bushing inner15 to 20 degree releaseBrass cleat included with spacersStainless steel body, springForged Cro-Moly spindle

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Competitive Cyclist
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MX331 Shoes Orange/Black, 44.5

Lake based the construction of its MX331 Shoes around Klite kangaroo leather. And while this might sound too exotic to be durable, quite the opposite is actually true. Lake uses this material for many of its shoes for a good reason. What is it? Well, because it provides the ideal balance between suppleness and strength. Additionally, for a leather, it's also pretty breathable -- an added perk given that these shoes are intended for races that could make your eyeballs sweat. However, to ensure that you don't overheat, Lake strategically placed mesh around the uppers of the MX331. This concept has been furthered at the liner for both the heel and tongue, as Lake incorporated its Outlast temperature-regulating fabric. As a result, your feet will remain at a consistent, comfortable temperature, regardless of whether it's hot or cold out. Moving on to the last of the shoes, we find Lake's CFC Race Last. This last was specifically designed for enhancing power transfer to the pedals. Lake achieved this by purposefully positioning the foot in a manner that directs its energy to the pedal and to the soil. And that leads us to the most exciting features of the MX331: its outsole and tread design. Starting with the former, Lake used its Lake Race carbon fiber sole. Of course, carbon fiber provides the optimal amount of rigidity for power transfer. However, what's interesting about Lake's design is just how much carbon fiber there actually is. The outsole features what Lake refers to as "cleat pockets," which house the modular rubber treads. Lastly, to ensure that you experience an ideal, consistent, and powerful fit, the MX331 features the venerable BOA Push/Pull retention system. Advantages of this system include a nearly limitless level of volume customization, a complete lack of pressure points, and around a two-thirds weight drop. On top of this, BOA uses aircraft-grade stainless steel to account for heightened durability. You'll also find that Lake made the heel cup...

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Backcountry.com
$379.00 See It
105 PD-5800 Pedal Black, One Size

The humble pedal is rarely considered a critical component of your bicycle's performance -- that is, until a spindle snaps, or a platform fractures, or a retention spring fails mid-sprint. Then you'll be wishing that you'd had something solid and reliable, like the Shimano 105 PD-5800 Pedal, bringing the strength and weight savings of carbon to an unprecedented price point. The new 5800-series 105 pedal uses Shimano's proven SPD-SL cleat format, which is a great thing. Not only is engaging the pedal's clipping mechanism easy, the SPD-SL cleats are optimized for stability while walking, so you don't have to do that awkward "duck on ice" clomp to get around when you roll up to the cafe. The pedal's carbon composite body keeps weight down without compromising strength, and the stainless steel plate that acts as the interface between cleat and pedal isn't just strong, it's extra wide for stability and great power transfer. The bearings are widely spaced along the stainless steel spindle for even bearing wear and distribution of load stress. The pedal's cleat retention mechanism is easily adjustable with a small hex wrench. The Shimano 105 PD-5800 Pedal comes in one color and weighs 285 grams per pair, not including cleats and additional hardware. Shimano's "yellow" SPD-SL cleats are included, which offer 3 degrees of float, but other cleats are available separately that offer more or less float, depending on rider preference.

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Competitive Cyclist
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Ultegra PD-6800 SPD-SL Pedals

Unless you've been meditating in a cave for the past couple of years, you've most likely caught wind that Shimano created a carbon fiber Ultegra pedal. Yes, the PD-6700 carbon pedals were 60 grams lighter than their aluminum counterparts, and they were moving closer and closer to resembling a discounted Dura-Ace iteration. Needless to say, they were widely celebrated. For this reason, Shimano opted to utilize the 'if it ain't broke don't fix it' strategy for the new Ultegra PD-6800 SPD-SL Pedals. Even while these come within 35 grams (per pair) of the Dura-Ace 9000 pedals, Shimano has ensured that the pedals still deliver the same blissful retention and instant release that we've grown accustomed to from SPD-SL pedals. In fact, the retention mechanism hasn't changed at all. The retention setting is still adjustable by wrench from the aft portion of the pedal. As for the carbon pedal body, the 6800 design differs from 9000 through its use of short carbon fibers instead of Dura-Ace's long carbon fibers. Essentially, this is where the extra weight comes from. Additionally, the carbon has been molded with a machined aluminum sleeve that houses the two bearings in each pedal. The whole assembly spins on a stainless steel spindle, and the new pedals retain the replaceable stainless steel wear plate that sits atop the pedal body. Additionally, it supports the SPD-SL cleat for maximum lateral stability, while allowing a hard surface for your cleat to float against -- +/- three degrees. The Shimano Ultegra PD-6800 SPD-SL Pedals come with a set of SM-SH11 floating cleats (the ones with the Yellow wear tabs) and all of the necessary mounting hardware. The float is three degrees in either direction. The stack height is 13. 7mm. And as always, the retention preload is adjustable to allow you to dial in the perfect entry and release tension.

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Competitive Cyclist
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Ultegra PD-6800 SPD-SL Pedals One Color, One Size

Unless you've been meditating in a cave for the past couple of years, you've most likely caught wind that Shimano created a carbon fiber Ultegra pedal. Yes, the PD-6700 carbon pedals were 60 grams lighter than their aluminum counterparts, and they were moving closer and closer to resembling a discounted Dura-Ace iteration. Needless to say, they were widely celebrated. For this reason, Shimano opted to utilize the 'if it ain't broke don't fix it' strategy for the new Ultegra PD-6800 SPD-SL Pedals. Even while these come within 35 grams (per pair) of the Dura-Ace 9000 pedals, Shimano has ensured that the pedals still deliver the same blissful retention and instant release that we've grown accustomed to from SPD-SL pedals. In fact, the retention mechanism hasn't changed at all. The retention setting is still adjustable by wrench from the aft portion of the pedal. As for the carbon pedal body, the 6800 design differs from 9000 through its use of short carbon fibers instead of Dura-Ace's long carbon fibers. Essentially, this is where the extra weight comes from. Additionally, the carbon has been molded with a machined aluminum sleeve that houses the two bearings in each pedal. The whole assembly spins on a stainless steel spindle, and the new pedals retain the replaceable stainless steel wear plate that sits atop the pedal body. Additionally, it supports the SPD-SL cleat for maximum lateral stability, while allowing a hard surface for your cleat to float against -- +/- three degrees. The Shimano Ultegra PD-6800 SPD-SL Pedals come with a set of SM-SH11 floating cleats (the ones with the Yellow wear tabs) and all of the necessary mounting hardware. The float is three degrees in either direction. The stack height is 13. 7mm. And as always, the retention preload is adjustable to allow you to dial in the perfect entry and release tension.

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Competitive Cyclist
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105 PD-5800 Pedal

The humble pedal is rarely considered a critical component of your bicycle's performance -- that is, until a spindle snaps, or a platform fractures, or a retention spring fails mid-sprint. Then you'll be wishing that you'd had something solid and reliable, like the Shimano 105 PD-5800 Pedal, bringing the strength and weight savings of carbon to an unprecedented price point. The new 5800-series 105 pedal uses Shimano's proven SPD-SL cleat format, which is a great thing. Not only is engaging the pedal's clipping mechanism easy, the SPD-SL cleats are optimized for stability while walking, so you don't have to do that awkward "duck on ice" clomp to get around when you roll up to the cafe. The pedal's carbon composite body keeps weight down without compromising strength, and the stainless steel plate that acts as the interface between cleat and pedal isn't just strong, it's extra wide for stability and great power transfer. The bearings are widely spaced along the stainless steel spindle for even bearing wear and distribution of load stress. The pedal's cleat retention mechanism is easily adjustable with a small hex wrench. The Shimano 105 PD-5800 Pedal comes in one color and weighs 285 grams per pair, not including cleats and additional hardware. Shimano's "yellow" SPD-SL cleats are included, which offer 3 degrees of float, but other cleats are available separately that offer more or less float, depending on rider preference.

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Competitive Cyclist
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City Life Module Wall Hung Shelf

nine6 CL-01-WAL-ST-00 The Module concept allows one base cabinet to be adapted into: A credenza, a coffee table, or wall-hung shelf. Features: -City Life collection.-Made in the USA.-Collection: City Life.-Product Type: Accent shelf.-Style: Modern.-Shape: Rectangle.-Finish: Brown.-Hardware Finish: White.-Distressed: No.-Powder Coated Finish: Yes.-Gloss Finish: No.-Frame Material: Metal; Manufactured wood -Frame Material Details: Veneer, Stainless steel..-Hardware Material: Stainless steel.-Number of Items Included: 5.-Pieces Included: 1 Cabinet; 2 Cleat Hooks; 2 Cleats.-Solid Wood Construction: No.-Reclaimed Wood: No.-Non Toxic: Yes.-Water Resistant: No -Water Resistant Details: ..-Weather Resistant: No -Weather Resistant Details: ..-Scratch Resistant: No.-Stain Resistant: No.-Fire Resistant: No.-Number of Shelves: 2.-Shelf Material: Wood -Shelf Material Details: ..-Room Use: Foyer; Bedroom; Living room.-Wall Mounted: Yes -Bracketless: Yes..-Free Standing: No.-Finished Back: Yes.-Stackable: No.-Hooks: Yes -Number of Hooks: 1.-Hook Material: Metal.-Hook Material Details: Stainless steel.-Hook Finish: White..-Drawers: No -Number of Drawers: .-Joinery Type: .-Handle Design: .-Soft Close or Self Close Drawer Glides: .-Safety Stop: .-Drawer Glide Extension: .-Drawer Glide Material: .-Drawer Dividers: .-Ball Bearing Glides: ..-Cabinet/Storage Box: No -Number of Doors: .-Door Type: .-Door Material: .-Door Material Details: .-Safety Hinges: .-Interior Shelves: .-Number of Interior Shelves: ..-Storage Baskets Included: No -Number of Storage Baskets: .-Storage Basket Material: .-Storage Basket Material Details: ..-Outdoor Use: No.-Commercial Use: No.-Recycled Content: No -Total Recycled Content (Percentage): .-Post-Consumer Content (Percentage): .-Remanufactured/Refurbished: ..-Eco-Friendly: No.-Product Care: Clean wood with a standard furniture polish, clean metal with a multipurpose cleaner..-Country of Manufacture: United States.Specifications: -NFPA Compliant: No.-GSA Approved: No.-ANSI BIFMA Compliant: No -ANSI/BIFMA X5.9 Storage: ..-CSA Certified: No.-fiRA Certified: No.-FSC Certified: No.-General Conformity Certificate: No.-Greenguard Certified: No.-ISTA 3A Certified: No.-SFI Certified: No.Dimensions: -Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 16.-Overall Width - Side to Side: 36.-Overall Depth - Front to Back: 15.75.-Shelf Height - Top to Bottom: 14.5.-Shelf Width - Side to Side: 34.375.-Shelf Depth - Front to Back: 15.-Overall Product Weight: 49.Assembly: -Assembly Required: Yes.-Tools Needed: Drill, Screw Driver, Wrench.-Additional Parts Required: No -Parts Needed: ..Warranty: -Product Warranty: 3 Month warranty.

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AllModern
$637.00 See It
MX331 Shoes Black/Red, 39.5 - Men's

Lake based the construction of its MX331 Shoes around Klite kangaroo leather. And while this might sound too exotic to be durable, quite the opposite is actually true. Lake uses this material for many of its shoes for a good reason. What is it? Well, because it provides the ideal balance between suppleness and strength. Additionally, for a leather, it's also pretty breathable -- an added perk given that these shoes are intended for races that could make your eyeballs sweat. However, to ensure that you don't overheat, Lake strategically placed mesh around the uppers of the MX331. This concept has been furthered at the liner for both the heel and tongue, as Lake incorporated its Outlast temperature-regulating fabric. As a result, your feet will remain at a consistent, comfortable temperature, regardless of whether it's hot or cold out. Moving on to the last of the shoes, we find Lake's CFC Race Last. This last was specifically designed for enhancing power transfer to the pedals. Lake achieved this by purposefully positioning the foot in a manner that directs its energy to the pedal and to the soil. And that leads us to the most exciting features of the MX331: its outsole and tread design. Starting with the former, Lake used its Lake Race carbon fiber sole. Of course, carbon fiber provides the optimal amount of rigidity for power transfer. However, what's interesting about Lake's design is just how much carbon fiber there actually is. The outsole features what Lake refers to as "cleat pockets," which house the modular rubber treads. Lastly, to ensure that you experience an ideal, consistent, and powerful fit, the MX331 features the venerable BOA Push/Pull retention system. Advantages of this system include a nearly limitless level of volume customization, a complete lack of pressure points, and around a two-thirds weight drop. On top of this, BOA uses aircraft-grade stainless steel to account for heightened durability. You'll also find that Lake made the heel cup...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Colby Floor Mirror

Architectural modern mirror leans against the wall with attitude in a sleek, asymmetrical frame of cool brushed stainless steel. -Brushed stainless steel -Mirrored glass -Lean against wall or wall mount -Cleat system hanger -Wall mounting

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Crate & Barrel
$299.00 See It
Egg Beater 2 Stainless Pedals Stainless/Black, One Size

Want to know a secret? The Crankbrothers Eggbeater 2 Pedals are a few grams lighter than the Eggbeater 3 ... and less expensive. Sounds like a great value. The key differences are the stamped and plated, steel retention wing and bushings instead of needle bearings on the crank end of the pedal/spindle. In essence, they're functionally identical to the old Eggbeater SL and weigh within six grams, but they're $20 less expensive. A great value indeed. Eggbeaters are also some of the easiest-to-use clipless pedal systems around. Thanks to the four-sided wing of the Eggbeaters, it's literally impossible to not clip in with lightning quickness as soon as the bottom of your shoe hits the pedal. The wing rotates either forward or backward under the pressure of your foot to quickly and smoothly engage the cleat bolted to the sole of your shoe. The Eggbeater 2 employs investment cast stainless steel for the main body of the pedals, and the wings are stamped and chrome plated steel. The spindle is forged from super-strong chromoly steel, meaning that anyone can use them as there's no weight limit. The brass cleats for the Crankbrothers Eggbeater 2 Pedals are small so they recess flush with the tread on the bottom of your shoes for easy walking. They're also designed for two release angles -- 15 degree or 20 degree. The release angle depends on which cleat you bolt to which shoe. Crankbrothers recommends the 15 degree setting if you're new to clipless. Otherwise, the 20 degree configuration will give you greater mobility on the bike without the worry of an accidental release. Bushings and cartridge bearings will keep the Eggbeater 2 Pedals spinning smoothly. And when the time comes for an overhaul, keep in mind that nobody else's pedals are as easy to service as Crankbrothers' pedals are. Cartridge outer bearing, bushing inner15 to 20 degree releaseBrass cleat included with spacersStainless steel body, springForged Cro-Moly spindle

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Backcountry.com
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Egg Beater 3 Stainless Pedals Stainless/Blue, One Size

For years, the mud-shedding debate raged, "Time. No, Shimano..." that is until Crankbrothers introduced their Eggbeater. There are no pedals that work better than these in the slop. The Crankbrothers Eggbeater 3 Pedals are the newest version of their workhorse Eggbeater SL. Like the older SL, the Eggbeater 3 employs investment cast stainless steel for the main parts of the pedals -- the body and wings. These stainless parts are made to exacting tolerances for optimum performance and they'll never rust! In a change from the SL, the spindle is now forged from super-strong chromoly steel, meaning that anyone can use these as there's no weight limit. Eggbeaters are also some of the easiest-to-use clipless pedal systems around. Thanks to the four-sided wing of the Eggbeater, it's literally impossible to not clip in with lightning quickness as soon as the bottom of your shoe hits the pedal. The Eggbeater wing rotates either forward or backward under the pressure of your foot to quickly and smoothly engage the cleat bolted to the sole of your shoe. The brass cleats for the Crankbrothers Eggbeater 3 Pedals are small so they recess flush with the tread on the bottom of your shoes for easy walking. They're also designed for two release angles -- 15degree or 20 degree. The release angle depends on which cleat you bolt to which shoe. Crankbrothers recommends the 15 degree setting if you're new to clipless. Otherwise, the 20 degree configuration will give you greater mobility on the bike without the worry of an accidental release. Needle and cartridge bearings will keep the Eggbeater 3 Pedals spinning smoothly -- a great improvement from the old bushings. And when the time comes for an overhaul, keep in mind that nobody else's pedals are as easy to service as Crankbrothers' pedals are. Shims to protect your shoes are included as well as all the hardware you'll need for installation.

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Backcountry.com
$117.00 See It
Egg Beater 3 Stainless Pedals Stainless/Red, One Size

For years, the mud-shedding debate raged, "Time. No, Shimano..." that is until Crankbrothers introduced their Eggbeater. There are no pedals that work better than these in the slop. The Crankbrothers Eggbeater 3 Pedals are the newest version of their workhorse Eggbeater SL. Like the older SL, the Eggbeater 3 employs investment cast stainless steel for the main parts of the pedals -- the body and wings. These stainless parts are made to exacting tolerances for optimum performance and they'll never rust! In a change from the SL, the spindle is now forged from super-strong chromoly steel, meaning that anyone can use these as there's no weight limit. Eggbeaters are also some of the easiest-to-use clipless pedal systems around. Thanks to the four-sided wing of the Eggbeater, it's literally impossible to not clip in with lightning quickness as soon as the bottom of your shoe hits the pedal. The Eggbeater wing rotates either forward or backward under the pressure of your foot to quickly and smoothly engage the cleat bolted to the sole of your shoe. The brass cleats for the Crankbrothers Eggbeater 3 Pedals are small so they recess flush with the tread on the bottom of your shoes for easy walking. They're also designed for two release angles -- 15degree or 20 degree. The release angle depends on which cleat you bolt to which shoe. Crankbrothers recommends the 15 degree setting if you're new to clipless. Otherwise, the 20 degree configuration will give you greater mobility on the bike without the worry of an accidental release. Needle and cartridge bearings will keep the Eggbeater 3 Pedals spinning smoothly -- a great improvement from the old bushings. And when the time comes for an overhaul, keep in mind that nobody else's pedals are as easy to service as Crankbrothers' pedals are. Shims to protect your shoes are included as well as all the hardware you'll need for installation.

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Backcountry.com
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Stainless Steel Flagpole - 25-ft.H, Model FLP-25-SS

Flagpole features a bright-polished stainless steel finish to elegantly display your flag of choice. Recommended for use with 6ft.W x 4ft.H flag. Includes Nylon rope, rope cleat, top pulley, Material Type Stainless steel, Product Type Flagpole

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Northern Tool
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Stainless Steel Flagpole - 20-ft.H, Model FLP-20-SS

Flagpole features a bright-polished stainless steel finish to elegantly display your flag of choice. Recommended for use with 5ft.W x 3ft.H flag. Includes Nylon rope, rope cleat, top pulley, Size in. 3 in. Top diameter and 3 1/2 in. bottom diameter

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Northern Tool
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Atlas Psr Bipods - Atlas Bipod No Clamp Psr Bipod

Construction from T6061 Type III Hard Anodized Stainless steel springs & fasteners 15 degrees +/- of preloaded PAN 15 degrees +/- of preloaded CANT Tooless Optional 3" leg extensions Tooless Optional Ski, Cleat and Spike feet Estimated range of elevation is 5-9" Standard Estimated range of elevation is 7 13" Tall 5 Leg positions Novel 45 degree Leg position pioneered by B&T Industries L.L.C. Heat Treated Stainless Steel Leg components Fore and Aft pivot limiting Bosses Non-Rotating Legs Strengthened Leg Boss Inner Leg constructed from T7075 Standard height we Mfg: Accu-Shot

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Brownells
$259.99 See It