Randoms: An Ingenious GoPro Mount, Rack Accessories, Bikepacking Gear, & More - Pond Beaver 2021

Apr 16, 2021 at 15:38
by Sarah Moore  
It's another year of not going to the Sea Otter Classic, so we're back with another round of Pond Beaver. Although Sea Otter is scheduled for this October, there are still a ton of intriguing releases from several different corners of the bike industry this Spring. Here's an eclectic collection.

Saris Swing Away Accessory

Add swing away functionality to any Saris hitch rack with this 2-inch base. Featuring 90° of pivot, the Swing Away Accessory lets you get into the back of your vehicle without removing your bikes. The Swing Away is designed for up to 250 lbs and is compatible with Saris' Freedom and SuperClamp platform hitch racks. Built-in carrying handles make it easier to lift and install on any 2" receiver.

Price: $329.99 USD. Learn more here: www.saris.com

No more crawling through the back seat to access the trunk when you have your bikes on your rack.

Ortlieb Frame-Pack RC

The Ortlieb bikepacking collection saw a redesign over the winter and the German brand has launched some brand new products this spring, including the Frame-Pack RC. The waterproof frame bag with a roll closure allows for easy access and easy packing of the bag.

The Frame-Pack RC can carry up to 3 kilograms, making it a good option for carrying heavier gear, such as tools or food, centrally on the bike and maintaining a low center of gravity. Attaching it to your frame are Velcro fasteners. The Frame Pack RC is available in two sizes —4 and 6 liters — and Ortlieb says it is suitable for mounting on carbon frames. The bag is PVC-free and sustainably made in Germany.

Price: $150 USD. Weight: 250 g / 8.8 oz. Volume: 6 L / 366 cu. inch. Load: 3 kg / 106 oz. Learn more here: www.ortlieb.com

For 13 grams and $11.99 USD, you can turn your Garmin or Wahoo mount into a GoPro mount. GoPro not included.

KOM Cycling Top Mount GoPro Adapter

If sometimes you like recording elevation, speed, distance and other times you're more about capturing POV footage of your favourite trails, the KOM Cycling Top Mount GoPro Adapter is the accessory for you. KOM has designed a 13 gram GoPro mount that attaches to your Garmin or Wahoo computer mount, transforming the mount you already own into a GoPro style accessory mount. Part business, part party, or something like that?

Price: $11.99 USD. 13 grams. More info at: komcycling.com

KOM Cycling CM06 Quick Release GoPro Computer Mount

Want to record all your riding stats at the same you're recording GoPro footage? KOM Cycling has another option for that! Attach your computer to the top of the KOM Cycling CM06 Quick Release GoPro Computer Mount and attach your GoPro to the bottom. The mount comes with three miniature Allen keys so that you can install the provided Garmin mounting bracket or the also-provided Wahoo mounting bracket, attach the mount to your handlebar, and install your GoPro to the mount. It's a clever device if you're into recording every minute detail of your ride.

Price: $34.99 USD. 56 grams. More info at: komcycling.com

Pearl Izumi Women's X-Alp Flow Pop

Pearl Izumi has updated their women's mountain bike shoes this season with several new models, including these very purple flats with a BOA dial that make for easy adjustments on the trail. The shoe features Pearl Izumi's PinLoc Outsole tread pattern and a one-piece midsole and outsole are designed for shock absorption on hard landings. The shoes are narrow, but fit true to size and are a lightweight option for female riders.

Price: $125 USD. Colour: Dark Violet. Sizes: 36 to 43. More info here: www.pearlizumi.com

earShots Headphones

Sam Blenkinsop and George Branningan are ambassadors for New Zealand company earShots. The Bluetooth 4.2 headphones feature Magnetic Ear Clip, are spash-proof, last up to 4 hours of listening time on a single charge, and come in a self charging case.

Don't like them? earShots offers a 30 day returns, no questions asked.

Price: $169.75 NZD / $120 USD. Learn more here: earshots.com

Magicshine Lights

While riders are starting to put the lights away in much of the Northern Hemisphere, I know there are some desert dwellers who ride at night year round to avoid frying to a crisp. And then there are the Southern Hemisphere riders who are watching the days get shorter and shorter. For those nocturnal creatures, Magicshine has released their new 906S and 902S lights. The 906S ($200 USD) has 4500 lumens with 15 light modes, and uses an external battery pack. It's also compatible with select e-bikes that have batteries with a light port.

The 902S ($140 USD) puts out a very respectable 3000 lumens, and like the 906S it's waterproof and e-bike battery compatible.

More info: magicshine.com

Pond Beaver 2021


  • 294 16
 I'm confused: Do earshots work differently than normal headphones? As in, are they somehow ok to use while mountain biking? Because runners and MTBers with headphones on busy trails has to be the single most annoying thing I have encountered on the trails.
  • 81 0
 just wait for them to release their bar-mounted rock-radio with 150 DB levels so you can be sure to have an unpleasant time riding bikes in the woods ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  • 84 2
 100% agree! I try to be polite but after saying excuse me more than once they get the scare they deserve.
  • 21 1
 I have Bose earbuds that are made so they let outside noise in and are safe for use while mountainbiking. They are called the Bose Soundsport wired.
  • 35 2
 @fakeendurobro: Get out of here you poser. Only real endurbros allowed.
  • 34 2
 Couple of courtesy shouts or whistles. After that the water bottle comes up for a quick squirt.
The trail markers here all have signs showing someone in headphones being stalked by a bear.
I have zero problem with people enjoying music while they ride, run, hike. But you MUST be able to hear what’s going on 2 feet behind you. If someone can shout at the top of their lungs and you can’t hear them, you’re the one in the wrong. Lower the volume, or use one ear.
  • 32 0

There is a solution to every problem!
  • 11 0
 @MountainJnky: This^ these are especially good for road cycling as you can hear everything around you (cars). The fit is a bit strange but they work really well.
  • 9 0
 @MountainJnky: I just got some of these and it is the single best electronic product I have purchased in a while.
  • 13 0
 @fakeendurobro: Think these are already out. They come pre-loaded with unlimited free dubstep and no volume control.
  • 25 0
 Speakers in backpacks has entered the chat...
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flag Fix-the-Spade (Apr 19, 2021 at 12:34) (Below Threshold)
 I dunno, rolling up behind earphone wearers on my quad bike and laying on the horn at point blank range never gets old. I swear one got high enough to clear the drystone walls one time...
  • 10 5
 @mountainyj: what would you do to a deaf person out for a run?
  • 12 0
 With you on this, except maybe for the people who graciously put their dog poop in a little green plastic bag and then leave that in the middle of the trail, as though Maintenance was coming along any minute to whisk it away.
  • 5 2
 Yes headphones are a danger on the trails or streets.
  • 11 0
 +1 for Aftershokz. I've been using them for several years for mountain and road biking as well as, running.
Pretty good audio quality, good battery life and awesome ability to hear both your surroundings and your music. Using headphones which block your hearing to things around you is honestly irresponsible.
  • 2 3
 @codypup: The thing that annoys me more about this than the dog poop is the increased danger for people on the trail. The dog poop bags are annoying, but would be difficult to cause a huge accident.
  • 1 1
 that is why I rock my No Bounds Sport it is bottle shaped and has a huge volume control on top
  • 5 0
 +1 for Afterhokz. Inspired me to even to a little shoutout on the YouTubez.

  • 9 2
 @leviatanouroboro: If I can see headphones sticking out of someone's ears, it is pretty obvious they are music blasting and are not deaf.
  • 4 0
 @MountainJnky: Just another shout out to Aftershokz, seriously the best money i've spent on mountain biking in a long time. The sound quality is only "decent" (e.g. won't rival a similarly priced set of ear buds), but i can carry on a full conversation while i'm listening to my music. I use them for running, biking, hiking, and sometimes even just as a cordless headset (the microphone works well and speech is clear)
  • 2 0
 Also a shoutout to JLAB JBUDSAIR ANC earbuds, one of the 3 settings is "Be Aware" where it uses the mic to pipe the outside noise through so you can still hear super well (better than usual actually), you can use one at a time, it's a self-charging hard case that fits in your palm, can be had under $50, definitely well under $100, I think retail is $69... all-around great from my experience.
  • 11 0
 @leviatanouroboro: no joke man, happened to me. I was behind a rider, spoke normal, then louder, then shouted. No response. Top of the climb he let me pass, using sign language.

Felt like such an ass.
  • 4 1
 @leviatanouroboro: headphones are generally pretty visible...
And not too sound like a dick, but calling out some personal responsibility here. If someone who is deaf regularly uses crowded trails without hearing aids, they should (and I’m sure many do) check over their shoulder every once in a while. It’s pretty rare that someone just appears in front (or behind you) if you’re moving in the same direction. There’s generally some lead up to it.
Also, while water may offend someone or upset them briefly, it’s not gonna harm them. Unless they’re a witch.
  • 6 0
 I use right ear only when I ride with head phones and can hear other trail users, cars, and wildlife just fine.
  • 9 0
 I once followed a runner for over a quarter-mile who was in his own world listening to his music. No amount of bell ringing or yelling could cut through his personal rock concert. The trail was narrow, so all I could do is coast along behind him and try to figure out the song from the bits of humming and bad singing he was doing while thumping along. He turned off at a trail fork and never knew I'd been behind him. I never figured out the song.
  • 2 1
 @HB208: youre why I wear headphones. On your left.
  • 2 0
 @ols532704: Same here.. Work great on trails.
  • 2 0
 @ols532704: some newer headphones are equipped with a feature called pass through or play though, that allow ambient sounds to come through. I occasionally use a single headphone so one ear is still open. Gives a bit of music, but I can still hear chain slap and whatnot.
  • 3 0
 @ungod: agree with your (and everyone else’s) comments about Aftershokz being pretty good.

I will say, you can definitely still drown out the real world with loud music and the volume all the way up.

I limit my Aftershockz to audiobooks and podcasts at moderate volume any time I might encounter a rider or hiker going the other way. Even with their bone conducting open ear design, I save the Antill Films soundtrack at full volume for one-way downhill trails.
  • 7 4
 America!! Land of the free!! Home of the brave!!! Yay freedom!! Dont tread on me!!! But Every one must do what I say while out on the trail!!!
  • 1 0
 @pixelguru: we had an area here that was closed because of ma and cubs, it then opened under "bear warning" I was climbing up and heard a grunt off to the side, pulled the spray out and continued albeit cautiously. At the top putting pads on etc a runner came by with buds in, I stopped him and mentioned it, "was probably me" and carried on down. Darwanism at work.
  • 6 0
 @fakeendurobro: That would fit the "My neighbors listen to good music...whether they like it or not" saying perfectly!
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 @MountainJnky: Exactly!!!
Bone conducting headphones are the best solution by a mile.
That's if you like listening to music while riding. I personally don't like it, but for those that do anything else comes in a distant second place.
  • 2 0
 Hey there, Emily from the crew at earSHOTS here. earSHOTS are designed as non-noise cancelling headphones so you can still hear ambience while on the trails, allowing you to hear whats going on around you. We also have a popular feature called 'solo mode' where you can listen to just one earbud instead of two. I hope this helps Smile
  • 1 0
 @Gregmurray50: Thank you Greg, we appreciate the feedback.
  • 1 0
 @adrennan: Thank you! We appreciate your fedback.
  • 88 2
 We the people demand you release Mike Levy immediately. A simple video message with the current date and time written on a piece of paper to show he is in good health will suffice.

  • 8 0
 You're asking them to release the Disney character equivalent to Tassie Devil. Are you sure you want that?
  • 9 0
 Someone really needs to do one of those "Spotted" stories with spy shots and such.
  • 14 0
 @noapathy: "spotted: Mike Levy, yelling for help from a basement air-vent of the Pinkbike HQ"
  • 1 0
 Proof of life
  • 4 0
 He's ok. Mike is in his little hotrod, cruising around, looking for freash coffee, and recalibrating his fast spinning marble. Have a good one Mike.
  • 34 15
 If you're the type of person who puts both earbuds in while riding, please just stay off the trails. That being said, if you want wireless earbuds that don't fall out while riding, get Jaybird's Vista. Fully waterproof, way longer battery life, one can be used at a time, and the case is tiny so it can be easily stowed in a pocket somewhere.
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flag d-man (Apr 19, 2021 at 12:38) (Below Threshold)
 If you're the type of person who has issues with what someone else does fuck off mind your own business.
  • 50 8
 @d-man: If the actions of someone else affects what I'm doing, I will not mind my own business
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flag d-man (Apr 19, 2021 at 12:50) (Below Threshold)
 @senorbanana: you must be really important.
  • 16 52
flag nismo325 (Apr 19, 2021 at 12:54) (Below Threshold)
 @senorbanana: listing to music in my own head phones affects you? lol harden up
  • 37 3
 @nismo325: I don't think folks are mad because people are "enjoying the trails wrong," though some of that does inevitably come up whenever music an trails mix. The concern with earbuds on the trails is more about collision risk. On multi use and bidirectional trails it's important for everyone to be as aware of their surroundings as possible, and having two earbuds in probably interferes with that.
  • 10 59
flag d-man (Apr 19, 2021 at 13:23) (Below Threshold)
 @jtambo: if you use them correctly and put them in your ears not your eyes they don't affect your vision....
  • 13 49
flag nismo325 (Apr 19, 2021 at 13:31) (Below Threshold)
 @jtambo: god mountain bikers are the weirdest group of people. On one hand we love seeing people ride off massive cliffs with huge risk while at the same time getting mad about the risks of riding with head phones lol welcome to 2021
  • 34 3
 @d-man: your business becomes mine when you present a danger to myself and other people on the trail. And your eyes are only good for about 120 degrees out of 360.
  • 23 1
 @jtambo: usually in a forest you can hear a lot further than you can see
  • 28 0
 @jtambo: It's even on downhill only trails. Or ski areas in the winter. Chad the bro-brah is jamming out, and they cut you off, or sideswipe you, or don't hear you coming when they're stopped around a blind crest/turn. Effff every earbud-wearing a-hole who thinks they're still situationally aware.
  • 26 0
 @nismo325: Cliff drops are a risk to yourself that you solely accept. An unaware voluntarily deaf biker is an unnecessary risk to others. My experience with many trail users wearing headphones is that they can't hear my bell or my yell.
  • 9 0
 @d-man: I think you spelled “bag” wrong
  • 3 34
flag d-man (Apr 19, 2021 at 16:12) (Below Threshold)
 @ratedgg13: how am I a danger? Because I won't move out of your way while trying to get you personal best?
  • 3 36
flag d-man (Apr 19, 2021 at 16:14) (Below Threshold)
 @nismo325: yup bunch of pussies. Oh no someone has ear phones in and
I cant pass them.
  • 1 35
flag d-man (Apr 19, 2021 at 16:15) (Below Threshold)
 @seanb4: oh ya mountain bikes make a ton of noise....
  • 20 0
 @d-man: Havin a bad day d-man? ignorant as hell
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flag d-man (Apr 19, 2021 at 16:21) (Below Threshold)
 @senorbanana: nope just gotta call out all you twits who think it's your right to tell others what to do.
  • 8 1
 @d-man: Of course they don't, and because of that, you DEFINITELY won't hear them if you've plugged your ears.
  • 27 0
 @d-man: it's not just the mountain bikes that make noise you imbecile. What happens if you're riding along with your earbuds in and someone nearby calls for help? How you gonna hear that? Better yet, what if someone is trying to alert you of a danger out on the trail and you can't hear them? What if there's a f*cking animal like a bear that's trying to warn you to stay away but you keep on pedaling because you can't hear it? Jesus christ nobody is saying you can't listen to music while riding, but you become a danger to yourself AND OTHERS when you basically disable yourself from being able to hear your surroundings.
  • 1 22
flag nojzilla (Apr 19, 2021 at 22:32) (Below Threshold)
 Fuck you
  • 3 25
flag nojzilla (Apr 19, 2021 at 22:36) (Below Threshold)
 @jtambo: but whos causing the collision risk? The rider with music that riding a trail minding his own business? or the strava warrior who wants to oh so self importantly over take at the earliest opportunity to save precious kom seconds......?
The responsibility is on the overtaker to overtake safely.
  • 8 9
 Pinkbikers: bring your dogs to the trails, ride with them off the leash, it’s great!

Also pinkbikers: don’t you dare wear headphones when riding!
  • 1 0
 @d-man: gotta love a bro that doesn't like to be told to be curteous while totally blocking someone else's use of trails.
  • 22 0
 Headphones? What we need is an ebike with integrated Bluetooth speaker
  • 28 0
 With preloaded EDM on it.
  • 2 0
 @HB208: it only needs to play this youtu.be/4ryD3a9e1fw it seems to be the go to for YouTube bike edits.
  • 15 1
 @HB208: it would be AwolNation's "sail" on perpetual loop.
  • 10 0
 @Dropthedebt: SAIL into an OTB on a green trail
  • 1 0
 @HB208: around here it'd be classic rock.... ACDC.
  • 1 0
 add a reverse gear and it will be full on gold wing style
  • 2 0
 one MTB related stabbing is enough...
  • 17 2
 The GoPro footage from the handlebars will be unwatchable on a decent mountainbike ride. Probably fine for a road ride or pointed back at the rider though.
  • 1 0
 I tried putting a camera on my handlebars as a sort of dashcam for my work commutes, and it was pretty terrible. Loud road buzz even on relatively smooth roads, and needed more image stabilization than the hardware and software were capable of. Wound up mounting a camera on my helmet instead.
  • 1 1
 I've done it before. it came out pretty well. the software is amazing at stabilizing the image and suspension takes care of the big hits. and it saves the rider from wearing a gopro chest mount. not the greatest for a wide audience but really handy if you're just recording a trail for your own use
  • 1 0
 For long gravel rides if you put the GoPro into time lapse mode you get some good stills
  • 3 0
 I'd argue that most GoPro footage is unwatchable. However, I have a Nightrider Lumia mounted on the bottom side of my K-edge Garmin mount with a GoPro mount and it's the bee's knees.
  • 1 0
 @maxyedor: Yeah I use a gimbal now and it's a night and day difference.
  • 13 0
 4500 lumens in one small light is way better than mounting 45 100 lumen flashlights to my handlebars. It might even be cheaper.
  • 2 0
 Magicshine has some good lights, and some of them are even USB Type-C char
  • 9 0
 Pearl Izumi - I want to like your shoes but am generally left disappointed by them. The grip is lackluster (and I am running daggas which may be the most aggressive pedal). I have the high tops and they feel like they are closer to XC ski boots, they dont really move with the foot great. Someday, someone will come close to 5-10 but I haven't seen it yet.
  • 2 0
 Same story here. The design and form factor on PI shoes is always great...but the #1 factor of grip is simply not there. Its going to be hard to beat Five Ten now that Adidas is allowing them to have the form + function.
  • 1 0
 Also, single BOA's are generally a bad idea. There is so much extra line being taken in and out that they can easily get jammed.
  • 1 0
 @Snowytrail: i think the boa could be great. it kinda sucks on the high top since it doesnt give enough slack to easily get your foot in but I am learning to deal with it.
  • 2 0
 Unparallel is as grippy as 5.10s for sure - I've moved onto them
  • 5 0
 Here is a $100,000 solution to the headphone problem that inconsiderate people wont use anyway. But I give the idea out to anyone that wants to develop it an maybe you will make a buck. Write an app that creates a beep in your headphones when another bluetooth transmitter gets in range. I think the range is about 30 feet but would help with bear.
  • 1 0
 I like how you’re thinking but between cell phones, smart watches, fitness wearables, and electronic parts on bikes, you’d want to blow your brains out after the first 3 bikes ride by. Maybe something like the Garmin radar systems for road bikes could get clipped onto a hiker’s backpack/back pocket or something that would notify the headphones wearer instead.
  • 8 0
 Not going to lie, if I rode flats I would wear those shoes all day.
  • 4 0
 You ride all day?
  • 4 0
 @fielonator: No he would wear them all day regardless of activity. For night rides and sleeping he has a different pair of shoes.
  • 5 1
 Swing away receivers freak me out. Class iii hitches that are found on many SUVs generally have a tongue weight that is around 500-600 pounds. Suspending bikes on a lever arm exerts a significant bending moment on the hitch especially under driving conditions (i.e. hitting a pot hole). Having a swing away further reduces load capacity of the system and with bikes getting heavier and heavier (again) and people putting ebikes on these things, it seems like a really bad idea if you are stacking bikes 3 or 4 deep.
  • 5 0
 I get what you're saying, but I think it's a non issue. The tongue weight of a vehicle is typically quoted as 10% of the max towing capacity. The same vehicle allowed to tow in another country magically has a higher tongue weight capacity because it can legally tow more in that country. A heavy duty bike rack with 6 DH bikes weighs ~285-300lbs, an added 8" or so of leverage arm (specs unavailable, but appears to be roughly this in driving mode increases the effective load from 285lb-ft to about 475 lbs-ft (assuming the main hitch bolts in about 12" back from the receiver. So if your tongue weight is less than that, maybe you shouldnt use it. However, the rack cant hold more than 250lbs anyway, so the effective tongue weight would be less than calculated. If you are within the hitch's tongue weight capacity, and near or around the quotes vehicle tongue weight, you will be fine. The rule of thumb is half your tongue weight capacity when using sort of extension (12" usually) yet I see loads of tray style racks 4 deep that certainly exceed that rule of thumb.... I'd rather use this extension and a north shore, than a 4 deep tray style without an extension.
  • 1 0
 You should look into the RIGD Ultraswing there isn't a better swing away solution for a spare tire/bikes out there
  • 1 0
 Yep, and that is absolutely valid. What immediately popped into my mind when seeing this, was the ubiquitous subaru outback with a 1-1/4 inch hitch with a swingaway and 4 bikes on a tray style rack. Nevermind the 200lb tongue rating.
  • 1 1
 @Maestroman87: weight calculations vary because if axle position. In the US, they are farther back than in Europe. That means the towing capacity is lower on the same vehicle in the US, but top speed is higher.
  • 3 0
 @topherdagopher: Total non-issue. Unless you're driving with the rack swung out.
  • 3 0
 Fyi for anyone thinking about purchasing a Saris rack......read the warranty fine print. Not much is covered by their "lifetime warranty". Anything plastic or that moves pretty much isn't covered. Yakima and Thule are much more honorable in warranty situations. And yes, as original purchaser with proof of purchase. Bummer about Saris warranty because they do manufacture in North America.
  • 2 0
 I've had one of their Superclamp EX 2 racks for maybe 4 years now, and they've replaced the piece that joins the tray to the hitch tongue twice for me. Sadly, the third one that I'm on now has also developed a lot of wobble, which was the reason for all the replacements so far. Now they won't answer my attempts to contact them anymore. Also, one of the built in cable locks literally fell out of the rack while I was driving. No idea where it is now, but it didn't make it home that day.

TL/DR - Never buying another Saris rack
  • 2 0
 @bcoleman3: my situation was with the "Freedom Super Clamp" rack. Also had it about four years. Rear wheel tray cracked and ratchet arms stopped ratcheting. All I requested was replacement parts. Request was denied and I was directed to review their warranty policy. I was amazed how many parts were not covered by warranty.
  • 3 0
 Going to pickup the Garmin+GoPro mount. Less expensive and less branded up than the K-Edge version. Should be great for night rides with GPS+Light.
  • 1 0
 Yes. Just bought one for that reason. BTW Amazon has them in stock.
  • 5 0
 Finally a frame bag with rebound and compression adjustments.
  • 1 0
 Boa on flats! Need more of this. I've got a pair of original 2FO Cliplites, and the dual boa is the best thing ever. Yes, they are slightly more difficult to put on. How often have you ever wanted to put your shoes in WHILE riding vs. adjusting them while riding?
  • 2 0
 I want women's shoes so bad. Please buy me those women's shoes. Freaking clear mode BOA, what!? Are you kidding me!? And purple!? Sign me up to be a woman please.
  • 1 0
 Love the idea of flat pedal shoes with Boa adjustments. I was lacing up my flat pedal shoes the other day and thought, "What is this, 1997?!?!"
  • 1 0
 Huh. A reversal of a trend: the women's Pearl Izumi shoes cost $25 less than the men's version. They make up to a 43 and purple IS my favorite color...
  • 1 0
 So they built a “NutPov” mount? I guess it was the logical evolution of the NutScape
  • 1 0
 This would have been so much better if it was a video, come on pinkbike lols jk
  • 1 0
 That "no step" sticker on a 2" receiver is really confidence inspiring, especially in that location.
  • 1 0
 Flats with a BOA. Take notes 5.10 and RC, we want some options beyond laces.
  • 1 0
 That's my weekend jam... They say only heels & Boa but that hurts my feet by morning. Nurse
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  • 1 0
 "the year of our lord"
  • 1 0
 What's the recoil like on a 4500 moonin lamp? Should I adjust my rebound?
  • 1 0
 The prices of swing away adapters are too damned high! Smile
  • 1 2
 I want a 6969 lumen bicycle night light
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