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    Lake Winter Shoes - Rei-Outlet

    An extra 20% off at the Rei-Outlet - http://www.rei.com/outlet Limited sizes, both mtb ('06and '07) and road versions.

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    I am so frickin glad I live in CA and don't need shoes like that! Those things are like hiking boots.

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    That's funny

    Quote Originally Posted by campisi
    I am so frickin glad I live in CA and don't need shoes like that! Those things are like hiking boots.

    You haven't lived until you ride slimy green Pa rocks with snow on them!

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    Thanks

    Ordered a pair $167 not bad!

    Thanks for heads up.
    You can't test courage cautiously.

    -Annie Dillard

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    Seems like a lot still to me. I got mine for $40 from AE Bike last year.
    Wanted: broken Titec 2 bolt seatpost, any size

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    $40 nice, I did see some around $100 in mid July, but of course I didn't jump on them when it was 90F out...procrastination doesn't pay.
    You can't test courage cautiously.

    -Annie Dillard

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    If you sign up for fatwallet cash back you can get 5% back

    http://www.fatwallet.com/cash-back-coupons.php

    Also some cache back from performance bike, plus long list of other etailers.
    TEX

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    I just layer up with wool and neoprene and my lake sandals, and we get a bit of a winter here in Michigan,
    The wood is being bent! Let me know what you need!

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    I guess...

    Quote Originally Posted by campisi
    I am so frickin glad I live in CA and don't need shoes like that! Those things are like hiking boots.
    ... you don't ride anywhere interesting in winter. I live in Oakland, and would kick down for a pair if I had the disposable income. I'd go hit some stuff in the Sierras on a Surly Pug.

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