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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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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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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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Conned -99%

The Boston Underworld is about to cave in. The best have gone to jail, leaving only the dumb and amateur criminals to clash over shrinking turf. Who will take it over? Mr. Million and his mafia? Rick and his restless townies? Or this upstart...

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Daisy Miller

At the little town of Vevey, in Switzerland, there is a particularly comfortable hotel. There are, indeed, many hotels, for the entertainment of tourists is the business of the place, which, as many travelers will remember, is seated upon the edge of a remarkably blue lake¿a lake that it behooves every tourist to visit. The shore of the lake presents an unbroken array of establishments of this order, of every category, from the "grand hotel" of the newest fashion, with a chalk-white front, a hundred balconies, and a dozen flags flying from its roof, to the little Swiss pension of an elder day, with its name inscribed in German-looking lettering upon a pink or yellow wall and an awkward summerhouse in the angle of the garden. One of the hotels at Vevey, however, is famous, even classical, being distinguished from many of its upstart neighbors by an air both of luxury and of maturity. [...]

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Reggie Jackson: The Life and Thunderous Career of Baseball's Mr. October

An outspoken iconoclast whose disregard for convention made him as many enemies as friends among the colorful characters of the game, Reggie Jackson was a cantankerous upstart full of swagger with a fearsome talent to match. The Baseball Hall of Famer earned the name ¿Mr. October¿ for the crucial clutch hitting that led his teams to the World Series six times and won him two series MVP awards. But most people don't really know the man behind the bat¿a great athlete struggling to find his place in the world, at home, and in the sport that made him a star. Now, in the first biography of Reggie Jackson in more than twenty-five years¿and the first to cover his entire career as a player¿FOXSports.com columnist Dayn Perry provides an intimate, honest, and never-before-seen glimpse into the life and times of one of baseball's all-time greats.

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1635: The Dreeson Incident (The Ring of Fire)

First Time in Paperback for This Exciting Installment in the New York Times Best-Selling Ring of Fire Series¿The Most Popular and Best-Selling Alternate History Series.The Thirty Years War continues to ravage 17th century Europe, but a new force is gathering power and influence: the United States of Europe, a new nation led by Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden, and the West Virginians from the 20th century led by Mike Stearns who were hurled centuries into the past by a mysterious cosmic accident.      While the old entrenched rulers and manipulators continue to plot against this new upstart nation, everyday life goes on in Grantville, the town lost in time, with librarians, firefighters, and garbage collectors trying to make do under unusual circumstances. And what better place for an undercover spy from France than working with the garbage collectors, examining 20th century machines that others throw out, and copying the technology (though he wishes one device¿the paper shredder¿had been left behind in the future).      There are more sinister agents at work, however. One of them, Ducos, almost succeeded in assassinating the Pope, but his plan was ruined by quick action by a few Americans. Now, the would-be assassin not only has a score to settle, but has also decided on two excellent targets: Grantville¿s leader Mike Stearns and his wife Rebecca. . . .

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The Rebel Wife: A Novel

Readers of The Kitchen House and A Reliable Wife will love this page-turning southern gothic novel set in Reconstruction Alabama, about a young widow whose quest for truth turns into a race for her life. Augusta Branson, born of a prominent Southern family made destitute by the Civil War, is forced by her family into marriage with a wealthy upstart. Ten years after her marriage and the end of the war, she watches her husband, Eli, die from a horrifying blood fever. Newly widowed, Augusta begins to wake to the realities that surround her: her social standing is stained by her marriage, she is alone and unprotected in a community that is being destroyed by racial prejudice and violence, the fortune she thought she would inherit does not exist, and the deadly blood fever is spreading like wildfire. Nothing is as she believed, everyone she trusts is hiding something from her, and if Augusta can¿t find a missing package, she and her son face certain death.  Using the Southern Gothic tradition to subvert literary archetypes like the white Southern Gentleman, the good Mammy, the conniving scalawag, and the defenseless Southern Belle, The Rebel Wife shatters the myths that still cling to the antebellum South and creates an unforgettable heroine for our time. 

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Walking On Air: A Valance Family Novel

From incomparable¿ (Fresh Fiction) author Catherine Anderson comes a novel of lost souls, second chances, and love everlasting.... Random, Colorado, is just another stop on the road for solitary gunslinger Gabriel Valance. Known for his drinking, gambling, and womanizing, he prefers to remain a stranger to anyone who crosses his path. But when an upstart gunslinger catches Gabe off guard and shoots him down, he regrets his empty, lonely life with his dying breath.... Golden-haired beauty Nancy Hoffman settled in Random after fleeing an abusive past. Caring for her younger sister and working in a hat shop help her to forge ahead, though she remains fearful and mistrustful of men and marriage....  Their paths will cross when Gabe gets a second chance at life and a divine mission: to sweep Nancy off her feet, gain her trust, and convince her to believe in his love. And in doing so, the once-hardened cowboy may save himself....   

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StarCraft II: Heaven's Devils

For the poor, hardworking citizens of the Confederacy's fringe worlds, the Guild Wars have exacted a huge toll. Swayed by the promise of financial rewards, a new batch of recruits joins the fight alongside a slew of mysteriously docile criminals¿and a few dubious military leaders. Eighteen-year-old Jim Raynor, full of testosterone and eager to make things right at home, ships off to boot camp and finds his footing on the battlefield, but he soon discovers that the official mission is not what he's really fighting for. For the first time ever, StarCraft enthusiasts will learn the ori­gins of the enduring friendship between the young upstart Jim Raynor and the streetwise soldier Tychus Findlay. Watch as they battle on the front lines of a fierce interplanetary war and bear witness to the Confederacy's rank corruption¿corruption so reprehensible that it rains immeasurable death and destruction upon the government's own people.

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The Fast and the Furriest

Meet Kevin Pugh, 12-year-old couch potato. Now meet Cromwell, his part beagle, part potato chip dog. Kevin¿s looking forward to spending his summer doing as little as possible. Unfortunately, Kevin¿s father, former Chicago Bears star player/super-sports fanatic, Howie Pugh, feels differently. So does Cromwell, who has suddenly and mysteriously developed a fascination with agility competitions: running up seesaws, leaping over hurdles, soaring through hoops (sometimes). If he has to do anything, Kevin would rather do something for newly obsessed Cromwell, but dog agility lessons do not constitute a sport in his father¿s mind, so football camp it is. Until some well-timed events collide, literally, and soon Kevin¿s found a way for he and Cromwell to take classes, and the upstart Team Cromwell is born.Andy Behrens has written a hilarious novel with a dry-as-dirt protagonist who¿s constantly tortured by the goings-on around him. It¿s also a charming story about a boy and his dog, as well as a meaningful and heartfelt look at a relationship between a boy and his father who don¿t always see eye-to-eye.From the Hardcover edition.

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Fool Me Twice

A LADY WITH A SECRETRunning for her life, exhausted and out of options, Olivia Holladay wants nothing more than the chance to make a home for herself. So when she realizes that the infamous Duke of Marwick might hold the key to her freedom, she boldly disguises herself as the newest and bravest in a long line of the duke¿s notoriously temperamental housekeepers. Little does she know that the wickedly handsome Alastair de Grey has very different plans for her. . . .A MAN WITH A PASSION¿FOR VENGEANCEAs his new employee, Olivia is a fearless upstart. As a woman, the daring redhead is just what Alastair needs to rouse him from darkness to the siren call of revenge. He has suffered a betrayal so deep that he will use whatever means necessary to destroy his enemies¿even his brazen and beautiful domestic. But his vengeful plan fails to account for his single weakness: an irresistible and growing passion for the enigmatic Olivia.

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The Alpine Nemesis: An Emma Lord Mystery

DEAD NEWS DAYTwo months after an unlucky snowboarder vanished on the slopes above Alpine, his disappearance is old copy. Emma Lord, publisher of the Alpine Advocate, is back to writing about graduations and the latest outbreak of chicken pox-until the town's oldest family feud flares up, leaving three people dead, their bodies stowed in a meat freezer. The startling discovery of a fourth body sharing the victims' chilly repose launches Emma on the story of a lifetime. But as she races to scoop the upstart radio station with the late-breaking news, Emma unwittingly uncovers a shocking conspiracy that will change her life forever. . . .READ ALL ABOUT IT!The Alpine AdvocateNovels by Mary DaheimBONUS FEATURE: "My Alpine" by Mary Daheim

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The Seduction of an English Lady

To seduce an English lady, a gentleman must always remember to . . .Gaze longingly into her eyes while declaring her beauty . . .Colonel Colin Mandland has wealth, power . . . everything but a bride. But although there is no mistress of his newly purchased manor, Maiden Hill, there is certainly a resident maiden: Lady Rosalyn Wellborne, a stubborn beauty who steadfastly refuses to leave the place she has always called home.Hold her hand just a fraction longer than necessary...Tantalizing Rosalyn proves to be far more difficult than any enemy he's ever met on the battlefield. She attacks by declaring Colin an upstart who is unfit for local society. He shockingly counters by offering for her hand in marriage¿and she surprisingly accepts.Or, when all else fails, conquer her.Although this genteel lady has vowed never to succumb to unbridled passion, she quickly learns that theirs will be no marriage in-name-only, but rather a slow, sensuous and alarmingly effective seduction . . . that turns her world upside down.

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Upstart Sandals Women's Sand 5

A whimsical strappy design with a lace closure and a petite wedge heel.

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Trois 2: Pandora's Box -99%

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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Days of Thunder -99%

An upstart stock-car driver goes to the edge for his manager his brain-surgeon girlfriend and himself.

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