Check Out - September

Sep 4, 2016
by Paul Aston  

Check-Out is an article that gives you a glimpse at items under $300 that have crossed the desks here at Pinkbike that we've not had a chance to review yet, but we feel that you may want to take a look at.

FiveTen Danny MacAskill Shoes

510 Danny MacAskill shoes and Pinkbike socks



• Durable, easy care and casual looking leather upper
• EVA midsole for shock absorption and anatomical support
• Stealth® S1™ dotty rubber for durability and friction
• 536g each (Size 9 US)
• Size: US 5 - US 12
• Colors: Black/Grey, Carbon Black
• Price: $130 USD
www.fiveten.com
510 Danny MacAskill shoes and Pinkbike socks


From the Manufacturer:
bigquotesDesigned to excel in most riding situations while still being relaxed for post-ride social outings, the Danny MacAskill will be an all-around shoe of choice for riders looking for style, comfort, and performance. You may still not be able to ride like Danny, but at least you can ride in his shoes






Trickstuff Presswurst

• Works with a 5mm allen wrench
• For all axles with constant diameter of 12.7mm and 8mm inner diameter, up to 50 mm length
• For all bushings with 12.7 mm inner and 15 mm outer diameter (note: These are the most common)
• Delivered in the blue Presswurstbox
• 100% vegan....
• Price: €29,90
trickstuff.de
Morzine - Paul Aston


From the Manufacturer:
bigquotesThe pressing in and out of rear shock bushings or axles is a very tiresome theme for many mountain bikers out there. You always use several nuts or other helpers, or you're searching hours for suitable washers. With the result of a damaged bushings or axle pressed in just half the way. All of this is gone now. Presswurst takes care of your rear shock axles and bushings, press them in and out without any additional special tools.





POC Resistance Mid Jacket

• Breathable DWR-treated ripstop nylon fabric.
• Aramid reinforced Cordura fabric at elbows for durability.
• Stretch fabric at sleeve endings for a close and comfortable fit.
• Articulated sleeves for improved fit and comfort.
• Underarm ventilation.
• Single hand adjustment at bottom hem.
• Chest pocket.
• Easy packable in its own pocket.
• Helmet-compatible hood with adjustment.
• Designed to fit with body armor underneath.
• Sizes XS - XXL
• Price: $150 USD / €170
www.pocsports.com
Morzine - Paul Aston


From the Manufacturer:
bigquotesMade from a DWR treated ripstop nylon fabric, the Resistance Mid Jacket is a lightweight MTB jacket developed for use in changing conditions. The jacket is wind-resistant yet breathable and has abrasion resistant aramid reinforced Cordura fabric at the elbows for durability and protection. The Resistance Mid Jacket has articulated sleeves, mesh inserts under the arms for ventilation and a helmet-compatible hood with adjustments that provide a close fit. Also featuring a single hand adjustment at bottom hem and stretch fabric at sleeve endings for a close and comfortable fit.





661 Evo LS Jacket and Shorts


Morzine - Paul Aston

Evo Jacket

• Removable D30 in the shoulder, elbow and back meeting CE 1621:1 standards
• Back D30 pocket doubles as a hydration holder with hose routing
• Wide neck opening, raised stomach panel, generous under arm cutouts, elbow openings and full zipper all contribute to comfort while in the riding position
• Laminated EVA in chest and hip areas
• Back storage pockets
• Price: $189.99 USD
Morzine - Paul Aston

Evo Short

• Removable D30 hip pads for CE 1621:1 protection
• Comfortable lycra construction with laminated EVA foam for thigh and coccyx protection and articulation while pedaling
• Premium moisture managing gel chamois (chamois version)
• Silicon printing to keep leg openings from creeping
PADLOCK connection system attaches to Evo Jackets and Evo/Rage/Recon knee pads
• Price: $89.99 USD
www.sixsixone.com

From the Manufacturer:
bigquotesEvo is our most technical, high-impact protection available. With strategic D30 pads and panels, vented compression fabrics and mobility patterns the Evo family stands alone. D30 material hardens on impact yet flexes while riding. Fit and technology aside the redesigned EVO collection helped launch the new PADLOCK Connection System, which completely prevents pad migration before and during an impact. With EVO and PADLOCK you will never have to compromise ever again.





Alpinestars Descender WP Jacket

• Lightweight and strong
• Windproof and water resistant rip-stop
• Front and rear zip pockets
• Micro-fleece collar lining
• Elasticized wrists and waist
• Reflective detailing
• Regular fit with pre-curved sleeves
• Sizes: S - XXL
• Price: $79.95 USD
www.alpinestars.com
Morzine - Paul Aston


From the Manufacturer:
bigquotesLightweight, comfortable and highly durable the Descender Windproof Jacket is constructed from a windproof and water- resistant main shell that offers great breathability. With strategically placed ventilation, a micro-fleece collar and plenty of fit options, this jacket is a hugely versatile addition to your kit bag.





Alpinestars Manual Shorts

• Vented inserts across thighs
• Lycra liner and chamois
• Seamless seat area
• Low profile cargo side pockets
• Front closure with double snaps for a secure fit
• Additional semi-auto locking zippered side pocket
• D-ring attachment for lift-pass/ID holder
• Soft mesh inner waist belt for improved comfort
• Sizes: 28" - 40"
• Price: $124.95 USD
www.alpinestars.com
Morzine - Paul Aston


From the Manufacturer:
bigquotesThe Manual is a tough and comfortable Freeride short with a relaxed fit. Built from strong fabrics and with a convenient compartment for an MP3 player or phone these shorts are the perfect companion for Alpinestars Manual Jersey.




Spank Spoon 90 Pedals

Spank Spoon 90 Pedals

• 90mm x 105mm platform
• 16 - 12mm concave profile
• MGR, industrial grade axle assembly, chamfered leading edges
• Cold forged Chromoly steel axle
• Industrial sealed bearing, IGUS bushing
• Weight: ±360/set
• Price: $90.00 USD / € 94.90
www.spank-ind.com
Spank Spoon 90 Pedals

From the Manufacturer:
bigquotesSPANK Industries set out to make the perfect pedal for every rider, and the SPOON 90 is a true custom upgrade for the small footed rider! These size specific SPOON Pedals offer three platform width options for riders of any age or foot size. In line with international shoe sole standards, the SPOON 90 was designed to service riders at US Men size 6 (Euro 39) and under. This makes SPOON 90 Pedals the perfect solution for younger riders and many women who have compromised ideal support and grip with traditional size flat pedals.




Pearl Izumi Women's Divide Glove

Pearl Izumi

• Perforated Synthetic leather palm is soft and durable
• Conductive synthetic leather on index finger and thumb works with touch screen devices
• Silicone-screened fingertips for a performance grip
• Slip on fit
• Price: $30.00 USD
www.pearlizumi.com
Pearl Izumi

From the Manufacturer:
bigquotes Our new lightweight Divide trail gloves are ready for your next epic ride with superior 1:1 anatomic glove fit and a durable synthetic leather palm for a great bar feel. Breathable mesh fabric on the back of the hand provides added comfort on hot days. Touch screen compatible fingertip and thumb allow access to your electronic device for changing playlists or taking photos without removing your gloves.





Goal Zero Venture 30 Recharger and Nomad 7 Plus Solar Panel

• Venture 30 can recharge a phone 2-3 times and a tablet one time on a single charge.
• Venture 30 recharges within 4 hours via USB/9 hours via solar panel.
• Venture 30 recharger meets IPX6 waterproof rating
• Nomad 7 Plus charges phones and USB devices directly from the sun.
• Nomad 7 Plus' easy-to-read LED indicator displays strength of solar conditions.
• Nomad's weatherproof layering easily sloughs rain and snow.
• Price: $99.99 (Venture 30 Recharger) & $99.99 (Nomad 7 Plus Solar Panel) (USD)
www.goalzero.com
August Check Out


From the Manufacturer:
bigquotesThe Venture 30 packs the power you need to keep those small devices, cameras and tablets charged no matter the elements you may be out battling. Reengineered to be lighter and smarter, the Nomad 7 Plus Solar Panel has the innovative technology to charge USB devices directly from the sun. Detachable kickstand for modularity and power-flow indicator ensure the best solar charging experience.



Timber! Mountain Bike Bell

August Check Out


• Patent-pending bell can be turned on or off with the flick of a switch.
• Bell fits on wide range of bars (22-mm to 35-mm)
• Minimal mountain hardware (think thick, rubber O-rings)
• Clear (but not shrill or annoying) bell can be heard within a 200+ meter radius
• $20 (USD)
www.mtbbell.com


From the Manufacturer:
bigquotesAimed at healing the relationship between bikers and their fellow trail users through a friendly-sounding alert. Lock the bell in stealth mode until you see another user, then push the lever to release the clapper for a passive, cheerful ring. The bell fits on any handlebar with a simple, sturdy o-ring attachment, and is nearly invisible next to shifter and brakes.



MENTIONS: @FiveTen / @sixsixone / @AlpinestarsMTB






48 Comments

  • 122 7
 That bell is sooo Enduro
  • 14 2
 I have that bell and I love it. Off/on without taking my hand off the bar, and more civil than a standard bell. Pricey, though.
  • 54 3
 @Phillyenduro: $20 is pricey? I thinm you may be in the wrong sport.
  • 4 3
 I thought the same thing, strava warriors now have another reason so think they can descend without ever stopping for someone. But, I do like the bell, and riding in PC Utah, a lot of people use them, and it just keeps it safe, and you have more blind corner flow. Now here in Boise, I want to apply the same thing. I've had hikers yell at me to use a bell....maybe I will....and maybe I'll be able to not stop, and blow right past those beatrice.
  • 14 3
 @twowheelsforthemasses: Everything is pricey for a pinkbiker.
  • 2 0
 @twowheelsforthemasses: I went to the local sporting goods store and picked up a fishing line bell for about 2 bucks. It clasps around my brake line when I need it. Works great.
  • 3 0
 Started using my dogs bear bell on my bike this past season and blown away by how often people are waiting on the side of trail for me to ride by. Now I always use it on popular trails
  • 2 0
 Back in the day, I used to zip-tie oversize jingle bells to my cantilever cable boss. No, not dated at all...
  • 1 0
 @twowheelsforthemasses:
A bear bell is only $5
  • 35 0
 Can there please be an under $50 Check Out. Some of us have very slim wallets.
  • 24 0
 Sure but it'll only feature gloves, bells and 20-year-old bottom brackets.
  • 6 1
 PB buy sell
  • 1 1
 Its there everyday @pinkbike classifieds
  • 1 0
 I like the bibs, shorts, and jerseys I get off of Prime for less than 50 but a pop...
  • 1 0
 @properp: I know there are good deals here, I've bought quite a few things off it. Check Out usually features new or up and coming products, most of which many of us would have to sell a kidney for.
  • 19 0
 Less than 400$ for Body Armour...Not bad
OVER 200$ for a windbreaker?!?!!??!
No wonder this has changed to 300$ Checkout...
Needs to be changed to RIPOFF Items worth 10's of dollars going for insanity.
The only thing in Biking that should be expensive IS the bike...The rest Is mindless PAP that is extremely good at lightning pockets and nothing more.
  • 2 0
 Those jackets were most likely made in contract at $10's of dollars per-unit, per-several-hundred units.

For $130 I bought a Mountain Hardware jacket for MTB that has taken many falls and not ripped. Looking at the materials of these jackets, I couldn't be so confident of not destroying the materials the jacket is made of on first fall.
  • 20 1
 Shout ding ding. Cost zero, weight zero, no maintenence, no bar space used ,doesn't look stupid ,no explaining what it is, and you can fully customise the sound on the fly to say I dunno "move it you old bint you have seen me coming a mile away and have moved to block me intentionally so I'm going to run you over worthless POS"
If they can incorporate all that to slot in the end of the bar there onto a winner
  • 15 0
 Inflation hit's the pinkbike dime as well, huh?
  • 3 0
 noticed this one, too. its a shame
  • 12 0
 Calling the Timber 'nearly invisible' might be pushing it a tad. Good idea though.
  • 21 0
 If you ride in the dark with no lights its pretty darn close
  • 11 4
 The timber mountain bike bell, for people who just hate their top tube...or own a new Trek
  • 7 0
 So you take the Descender jacket off when climbing hills . Am I right?"
  • 6 0
 Who needs a bell on their bike when they make noisy hubs.
  • 4 0
 If the MacAskill's allow me to ride like Danny I'll get a pair, but I was very disappointed that I wasn't smashing WC races in my Sam Hills
  • 1 0
 If that were so they would be sold out already.
  • 6 1
 I gotta have more cow bell!
  • 1 0
 I bought those Manual shorts, and let me say I am no XC goat mountain climbing beast with leg muscles to match, but they are skinny as all hell in the thighs. Too tight to even wear while riding. Once you bend your leg up, like your sitting on a bike seat?, its tighter frickin spandex
  • 2 0
 I sure wish pink bike would change it to deals of the month instead of overpriced vanity items. Sure can't wait to shave seconds off my ride laps with that solar charger.
  • 3 0
 I might get that bell for walking thru city streets
  • 3 0
 100% vegan?!
  • 9 0
 Its because "Press - wurst" translates literally to "Press - sausage"
  • 2 0
 Tricky german sense of humor
  • 1 0
 $124 US for shorts ay? Netter not be able to smell my balls after a day in the saddle
  • 2 0
 So does the dollar come with the pedals or....
  • 1 0
 'Premium' gel chamois, huh? No thanks.
  • 1 0
 Why so? Curious, I've not tried a gel chamois.
  • 1 0
 I want those Pinkbike socks. Thank you!
  • 1 0
 how many pb socks will they sell from this?? i bet they're under $50...
  • 1 0
 Can we get a $40 bell in 2017?
  • 1 0
 Any comments on the 661 evo jacket??
  • 1 1
 There is zero ventilation in those shoes! Damn stinky feet
  • 1 1
 For a second I thought there wasn't going to be any bike parts....
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