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661 subgear short sleeve 'compression suit' (ie squeezy baselayer with pads).
Subgear combines the advantages of anti-microbial compression top garment with the protection of Intella-foam and EVA foam. The result is the perfect undergarment for free-ride and downhill.
Mesh window in the upper back area for added breathability.
DriKool anti-microbial four-way compression fabric Construction
Wicks moisture off skin keeping the rider cool.
Strategically placed Intella-foam for lightness and sudden impact absorption
Flat-lock stitching eliminates irritating seams.
Size medium, (I am 34" waist, wear large roadie jerseys and medium/large mtb kit for reference, and it is supposed to be a very snug/unflattering compression fit!)
Brand new with tags still on. It has pads over the centre of the chest and some more substantial shaped but flexible ones over the shoulders. A few of my mates raved about them so I bought it with the idea of using it for an uplift day: took one look at the course and stuck with the old plastic pressure suit!
Tried on for size but never ridden in. RRP £40 but last year's colour, still available in daft sizes for £25, so £20 posted from me.
N-Gear Jump stop.
this is what it's for and how it goes on your bike.
34.9mm clamp size (this bit is important: clamp size is the same as your front derailleur: if your seatpost is 30.9 or 31.6mm then this is the right size).
Great little widget that weighs next to naff all. Hardly used as I sold the frame I bought it for after a couple of rides. Cheapest one in this size new is £9 posted, so £5 posted from me.
Cheapo no-name stem.
For normal size steerer and 31.8mm oversize bars, 10 degree rise and 60mm length. Came on a Commencal jump bike I no longer have. Maybe twelve rides and some very unadventurous attempts at jumping with it before I got a shorter one. A few marks but TBH the looks of it would be the main problem! Ugly and heavy but if it gets your bars where you want them to try out, then £7 posted.