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New York Jets "From Baltimore to Broadway" Book -25%

From Baltimore to Broadway Book. The stunning victory of the upstart New York Jets over the stalwart Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III transformed the NFL and established the Super Bowl as America s premier sporting event. While attending a banquet at...

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MK1 Bib Shorts - Men's Darkroom Black, L - Men's

When designing the MK1 Bib Shorts, 7mesh Industries must have started from the ground up. While the upstart manufacturer doesn't specifically claim this, the details that inform the shorts' construction indicate that it didn't blindly adhere to any industry truisms. From fabric to fit and even the way the chamois is attached, the radically designed Bib Shorts may be the centerpiece of 7mesh's argument for becoming "the world's most respected cycling apparel brand." While the shorts' warp knit nylon/elastane blend may seem familiar, the waffle patterning on the inside is a wholly unexpected feature. It increases surface area to mechanically boost the material's inherent wicking ability, keeping you drier and more comfortable. The material is arranged in panels that are darted and shaped, so they fit your body rather than deforming to stretch across it. The number of panels used -- and the seams needed to join them -- are kept to a minimum to reduce abrasion. True to its own exacting standards, 7mesh was unwilling to sacrifice next-to-skin comfort in pursuit of superior fit. Given the lack of bunching and unrestricted movement we've enjoyed in these, no sacrifice was needed. While the fit is excellent, the ingenious method of incorporating the chamois may be our favorite part of the shorts. Instead of being sewn directly to the shorts, the chamois is stitched to what 7mesh refers to as a hammock, but which might be more helpfully described as a free-floating panel of mesh. This mesh is then stitched to the shorts. The result is that the chamois moves with your body, independently of the body of the shorts, relocating the point of friction from the body/chamois interface to the chamois/shorts interface and all but eliminating chafing. The chamois itself is a non-bulky affair from Cy-Tech's EIT wing, providing just the right amount of targeted, high-density foam padding for comfort without a pillowy diaper feel. A subtle central channel relieves pressure on your pe...

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Competitive Cyclist
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MK1 Bib Shorts - Men's Darkroom Black, M - Men's

When designing the MK1 Bib Shorts, 7mesh Industries must have started from the ground up. While the upstart manufacturer doesn't specifically claim this, the details that inform the shorts' construction indicate that it didn't blindly adhere to any industry truisms. From fabric to fit and even the way the chamois is attached, the radically designed Bib Shorts may be the centerpiece of 7mesh's argument for becoming "the world's most respected cycling apparel brand." While the shorts' warp knit nylon/elastane blend may seem familiar, the waffle patterning on the inside is a wholly unexpected feature. It increases surface area to mechanically boost the material's inherent wicking ability, keeping you drier and more comfortable. The material is arranged in panels that are darted and shaped, so they fit your body rather than deforming to stretch across it. The number of panels used -- and the seams needed to join them -- are kept to a minimum to reduce abrasion. True to its own exacting standards, 7mesh was unwilling to sacrifice next-to-skin comfort in pursuit of superior fit. Given the lack of bunching and unrestricted movement we've enjoyed in these, no sacrifice was needed. While the fit is excellent, the ingenious method of incorporating the chamois may be our favorite part of the shorts. Instead of being sewn directly to the shorts, the chamois is stitched to what 7mesh refers to as a hammock, but which might be more helpfully described as a free-floating panel of mesh. This mesh is then stitched to the shorts. The result is that the chamois moves with your body, independently of the body of the shorts, relocating the point of friction from the body/chamois interface to the chamois/shorts interface and all but eliminating chafing. The chamois itself is a non-bulky affair from Cy-Tech's EIT wing, providing just the right amount of targeted, high-density foam padding for comfort without a pillowy diaper feel. A subtle central channel relieves pressure on your pe...

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MK1 Bib Shorts - Men's Darkroom Black, XL - Men's

When designing the MK1 Bib Shorts, 7mesh Industries must have started from the ground up. While the upstart manufacturer doesn't specifically claim this, the details that inform the shorts' construction indicate that it didn't blindly adhere to any industry truisms. From fabric to fit and even the way the chamois is attached, the radically designed Bib Shorts may be the centerpiece of 7mesh's argument for becoming "the world's most respected cycling apparel brand." While the shorts' warp knit nylon/elastane blend may seem familiar, the waffle patterning on the inside is a wholly unexpected feature. It increases surface area to mechanically boost the material's inherent wicking ability, keeping you drier and more comfortable. The material is arranged in panels that are darted and shaped, so they fit your body rather than deforming to stretch across it. The number of panels used -- and the seams needed to join them -- are kept to a minimum to reduce abrasion. True to its own exacting standards, 7mesh was unwilling to sacrifice next-to-skin comfort in pursuit of superior fit. Given the lack of bunching and unrestricted movement we've enjoyed in these, no sacrifice was needed. While the fit is excellent, the ingenious method of incorporating the chamois may be our favorite part of the shorts. Instead of being sewn directly to the shorts, the chamois is stitched to what 7mesh refers to as a hammock, but which might be more helpfully described as a free-floating panel of mesh. This mesh is then stitched to the shorts. The result is that the chamois moves with your body, independently of the body of the shorts, relocating the point of friction from the body/chamois interface to the chamois/shorts interface and all but eliminating chafing. The chamois itself is a non-bulky affair from Cy-Tech's EIT wing, providing just the right amount of targeted, high-density foam padding for comfort without a pillowy diaper feel. A subtle central channel relieves pressure on your pe...

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MK1 Bib Shorts - Men's - Men's

When designing the MK1 Bib Shorts, 7mesh Industries must have started from the ground up. While the upstart manufacturer doesn't specifically claim this, the details that inform the shorts' construction indicate that it didn't blindly adhere to any industry truisms. From fabric to fit and even the way the chamois is attached, the radically designed Bib Shorts may be the centerpiece of 7mesh's argument for becoming "the world's most respected cycling apparel brand." While the shorts' warp knit nylon/elastane blend may seem familiar, the waffle patterning on the inside is a wholly unexpected feature. It increases surface area to mechanically boost the material's inherent wicking ability, keeping you drier and more comfortable. The material is arranged in panels that are darted and shaped, so they fit your body rather than deforming to stretch across it. The number of panels used -- and the seams needed to join them -- are kept to a minimum to reduce abrasion. True to its own exacting standards, 7mesh was unwilling to sacrifice next-to-skin comfort in pursuit of superior fit. Given the lack of bunching and unrestricted movement we've enjoyed in these, no sacrifice was needed. While the fit is excellent, the ingenious method of incorporating the chamois may be our favorite part of the shorts. Instead of being sewn directly to the shorts, the chamois is stitched to what 7mesh refers to as a hammock, but which might be more helpfully described as a free-floating panel of mesh. This mesh is then stitched to the shorts. The result is that the chamois moves with your body, independently of the body of the shorts, relocating the point of friction from the body/chamois interface to the chamois/shorts interface and all but eliminating chafing. The chamois itself is a non-bulky affair from Cy-Tech's EIT wing, providing just the right amount of targeted, high-density foam padding for comfort without a pillowy diaper feel. A subtle central channel relieves pressure on your pe...

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MK1 Bib Shorts - Men's Darkroom Black, XS - Men's

When designing the MK1 Bib Shorts, 7mesh Industries must have started from the ground up. While the upstart manufacturer doesn't specifically claim this, the details that inform the shorts' construction indicate that it didn't blindly adhere to any industry truisms. From fabric to fit and even the way the chamois is attached, the radically designed Bib Shorts may be the centerpiece of 7mesh's argument for becoming "the world's most respected cycling apparel brand." While the shorts' warp knit nylon/elastane blend may seem familiar, the waffle patterning on the inside is a wholly unexpected feature. It increases surface area to mechanically boost the material's inherent wicking ability, keeping you drier and more comfortable. The material is arranged in panels that are darted and shaped, so they fit your body rather than deforming to stretch across it. The number of panels used -- and the seams needed to join them -- are kept to a minimum to reduce abrasion. True to its own exacting standards, 7mesh was unwilling to sacrifice next-to-skin comfort in pursuit of superior fit. Given the lack of bunching and unrestricted movement we've enjoyed in these, no sacrifice was needed. While the fit is excellent, the ingenious method of incorporating the chamois may be our favorite part of the shorts. Instead of being sewn directly to the shorts, the chamois is stitched to what 7mesh refers to as a hammock, but which might be more helpfully described as a free-floating panel of mesh. This mesh is then stitched to the shorts. The result is that the chamois moves with your body, independently of the body of the shorts, relocating the point of friction from the body/chamois interface to the chamois/shorts interface and all but eliminating chafing. The chamois itself is a non-bulky affair from Cy-Tech's EIT wing, providing just the right amount of targeted, high-density foam padding for comfort without a pillowy diaper feel. A subtle central channel relieves pressure on your pe...

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Competitive Cyclist
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MK1 Bib Shorts - Men's Darkroom Black, S - Men's

When designing the MK1 Bib Shorts, 7mesh Industries must have started from the ground up. While the upstart manufacturer doesn't specifically claim this, the details that inform the shorts' construction indicate that it didn't blindly adhere to any industry truisms. From fabric to fit and even the way the chamois is attached, the radically designed Bib Shorts may be the centerpiece of 7mesh's argument for becoming "the world's most respected cycling apparel brand." While the shorts' warp knit nylon/elastane blend may seem familiar, the waffle patterning on the inside is a wholly unexpected feature. It increases surface area to mechanically boost the material's inherent wicking ability, keeping you drier and more comfortable. The material is arranged in panels that are darted and shaped, so they fit your body rather than deforming to stretch across it. The number of panels used -- and the seams needed to join them -- are kept to a minimum to reduce abrasion. True to its own exacting standards, 7mesh was unwilling to sacrifice next-to-skin comfort in pursuit of superior fit. Given the lack of bunching and unrestricted movement we've enjoyed in these, no sacrifice was needed. While the fit is excellent, the ingenious method of incorporating the chamois may be our favorite part of the shorts. Instead of being sewn directly to the shorts, the chamois is stitched to what 7mesh refers to as a hammock, but which might be more helpfully described as a free-floating panel of mesh. This mesh is then stitched to the shorts. The result is that the chamois moves with your body, independently of the body of the shorts, relocating the point of friction from the body/chamois interface to the chamois/shorts interface and all but eliminating chafing. The chamois itself is a non-bulky affair from Cy-Tech's EIT wing, providing just the right amount of targeted, high-density foam padding for comfort without a pillowy diaper feel. A subtle central channel relieves pressure on your pe...

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Trois 2: Pandora's Box -24%

Mia has it all. Or so it seems. Her upstart private practice is successful, yet she feels trapped in a loveless marriage. Things change when she counsels Tammy, a complex widow dealing with her husband's murder.

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Thick As Thieves -6%

Alec Baldwin, Andre Braugher, Rebecca DeMornay. A careful professional thief and a talented upstart go head to head in a criminal turf war after one sets the other up to take the fall for a crime gone wrong. 1999/color/93 min/NR/widescreen.

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Espn Films 30 for 30: Small Potatoes Who Killed -31%

In 1983, the upstart United States Football League (USFL) had the audacity to challenge the almighty NFL, signing three straight Heisman Trophy winners and future NFL stars Steve Young, Reggie White and Doug Flutie.

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00202 Original Injector

Inject marinades directly into your foods with the Cajun Injector 00202 Original injector! This injector features a basic, easy-to-use design that makes it great for upstart businesses. It holds up to 1 oz. of marinade at a time, and its specially-designed needle has holes on each side to evenly disperse marinade throughout meat. Why inject marinades into your meats? Great for roasting, barbecuing, and deep frying, marinade injectors let the meat absorb maximum moisture in order to become tender and juicy. The marinade works fast to infuse the flavor deep inside the meat, and the meat may be cooked immediately after injecting. You can measure out the amount of marinade you'd like to use before filling the injector, rather than wasting unused marinade. 22174.02023 From Cajun Injector

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