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    Wink no more wet...

    ... butts!

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    That might actually work for me...course I will lose a few of them...but easy enough to make out of crazy carpets...

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    They deserve our money just for the name.

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    wow.... but they make it look like something i could make at home with some cardboard or somethig like that and laminate it
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    that's pretty clever. I might look into getting my hands on some of these. Damn...won't fit Brooks saddles. looks like I hafta wait. they look cheap enough to order a couple in case you lose one, but that will depend on shipping.

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    That's great, the back of you pants are dry, but you still got the stripe up the back of your shirt...

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodway View Post
    That's great, the back of you pants are dry, but you still got the stripe up the back of your shirt...
    Only if your going to slow.

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    I'll keep my full coverage fenders for my commuter.

    I could see the linked product being handy for folks on training rides, or for those who only have 1-2 rain days per month (and don't feel the need to use fenders). Of course, there's still the issue of all the water from the front tire going into one's shoes, legs, and face.

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    I need these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazardousmtb View Post
    wow.... but they make it look like something i could make at home with some cardboard or somethig like that and laminate it

    Coroplast i.e. corrugated plastic signs, like election signs. There should be a lot of them around soon (in the states). Of course if you are going to make that why not just make a full fender?

    I can't post links yet but google coroplast bike fender. h

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    [QUOTE=canyoneagle;8590611]I'll keep my full coverage fenders for my commuter.

    Full fenders for life. Represent.

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