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It's pretty hard to ignore the increasing number of disc brake equipped road bikes hitting the market recently and by now, we've seen high-profile professional racers nab some serious victories aboard disc equipped machines. Cross, endurance, and gravel bikes were all early adopters of discs where weight and aerodynamics weren't as critical as on full-tilt road racing rigs, and the improved power and modulation, in all kinds of weather, was very welcome. Those advancements in braking didn't go without notice and many professional road racers wanted the disc treatment, despite the slight weight penalty, on their race bikes. Please keep in mind that for professionals with a paycheck on the line and single digit body fat percentages, slight bike weight gains never come easy, but for the rest of us, the performance of discs, despite the half-pound on average weight gain, simply makes sense. Slow adoption among pros is also in part due to the UCI, the governing body for international bike racing, just recently giving disc brakes its full blessings for use in racing. It also has an archaic 6. 8 kilos minimum weight limit which isn't too hard to hit with a lightweight frame, some top shelf-components, and the de rigueur carbon tubular wheelset. For 15 or so odd years, mechanics have added static weight to lightweight climbing bikes just to get them into compliance. Frame designers then realized they could build in aerodynamic features as a way to add some functional weight back into the framesets with tangible benefits. However, with improved materials and technology, those bikes once again tickled the weight limit, and as a way to once again add weight, in the name of functionality, back into the bikes, disc brakes emerged in the pro peloton offering racers superior braking performance. What's perhaps most impressive about these newer batches of aero framesets coming out specifically for discs is there isn't an aero penalty whatsoever over the rim brake versions, and ...

Built with the lightweight construction of the K2 WayBack, the K2 BackDrop Skis' chubbier waists will conquer the deepest pow stashes you can find and still leave you with enough energy multiple laps. All-Terrain Rocker profile (70% tip rocker, 30% camber) consists of an elevated tip for variable and soft snow performance and camber underfoot for power, energy, and edgehold in firmer conditions. Cap construction offers a lightweight ski with a low swing weight and smooth turn initiation. Lightweight core features a blend of aspen, paulownia and maple, which results in a 15% weight savings over traditional cores. Powder Tip design pulls the widest point of the tip further down the ski, which retains float in soft snow and also minimizes deflection in adverse snow conditions. SnoPhobic Topsheet technology has a snow-repellent topsheet so snow doesn't collect and add excess weight while you climb. Carbon Web technology (webbed carbon overlay located on the tail and forebody of the ski) gives lightweight torsional rigidity, which increases edge grip especially when you skin up an icy sidehill. ZCLIP Skin Compatible - Tip and Tail hardware functions as attachment points for your K2 BackDrop Precut Skins (sold separately) and comes with a removable plug. Tip and Tail holes also allow you to build a rescue sled, construct various ski anchors, and carry less weight while increasing your safety margin. Triaxial braided construction delivers a forgiving and extremely responsive ski, and consists of braided fiberglass around a wood core that provides torsional rigidity for added control. A sweet powder touring ski that responds better than most other skis designed for deep snow, the K2 Dropback men's powder skis are awesome performers and exceptional hikers. Sizes: 174, 181. Binding Options: no binding. Radius: 23 m (size 174 cm). Construction: Triaxial Braid, Cap Construction, Aspen/Paulownia/Maple Core. Weight: 1820 g or 4 lbs (size 174). Dimensions: 142 / 112 / 131 mm

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Alpinestars Women's Stella Francie JacketDown is back and it has never looked better on the motorcycle than the Alpinestars Stella Francie jacket. A cold weather riding jacket, the Stella Francie has been made to look casual and hide its integrated CE protectors and abrasion resistant capabilities. Warm and with pockets throughout, the balance remains functional with that perfect counterweight of fashion. Diamond rip-stop main shell construction incorporating performance thermal insulation that offers optimal heat while being light, bulk-free and without restricting movement Removable CE certified shoulder and elbow protectors offer class-leading riding protection Padded back compartment allows for Bio Armor chest and back protection accessory upgrade Storm hood comprises elastic edging to secure hood in windy conditions Adjustable interior gator with snap button connectors forms barrier against wind and helps secure jacket to the body Convenient exterior pockets with zippers, plus inner mesh pockets and water-resistant inner wallet pocket with easy-locate red zip Main, frontal zipper, incorporates zip garage helps secure zip and avoids skin contact irritation Elastic cuff edges with thumb grip to secure sleeve in place and help seal out elements Waist and back shock cord adjustment for highly personalized fit on and off the bike Brushed fiber collar interior for comfort, plus shock cord adjuster Reflective detailing for improved garment visibility Snap-button loops to attach to Alpinestars pants or jeans

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