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    What happend to Sweetskinz?

    http://sweetskinz.com/

    This URL now forwards to their distributor, not the company's website. Are they out of bussiness? Just curious.

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    It's probably because the tires suck a$$ and the moment they touch the ground they fall apart!
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    Lol. Do they really suck that much? I thought they would be great for night time safety. Some of those tires (especially the one with the snake pattern) reflects light like mad at night.

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    I got a set of the blue Nightwings about two years back in the MTB pattern, non folding. The tires are pretty low end and very very heavy, they remind me of the tires you'd find on a Wally world bike.

    They do offer folding tires which I must assume are far superior to the boat anchors I've got now. The paint is fantastic, and I have several night photos where they're reflecting like mad. The paint has indeed worn off the tread only, and they underlying rubber is a dark blue. Not bad, but for the price they ask, I would have painted at least a $35 MSRP tire, not these $10 no names

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    steering wheel coozies?
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrClean
    Not sure what you mean. Sweetskinz used to have a corporate site. Now their URL is forwarded to their distributor (the site you noted above). Geared2go is not Sweetskinz. They simply sell the tires.

    My original post was questioning what came of Sweetskinz.

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    Yeah but the corporate site forwarded you to Geared2go to actually purchace the tires.

    Sorry for my misunderstanding, I thought you actually wanted the tires

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