Amazingly Specific Products

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  • Premier Icon BigDummy
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    For you, here are some thumbs

    Rivendell made a mitten, which did not have any thumbs.

    Then they made a mitten which did have thumbs.

    Concerned that the people who had bought the thumbless mittens would feel abandoned, they made some extra thumbs. They admit that these “don’t make much sense for the broader populous“.

    Anything else out there which doesn’t make sense for “the broader populous”?…

    Premier Icon BigDummy
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    (I mean, apart from most of the stuff on RivBike.com, which is all pretty special interest. I agree, to a point, that you don’t need bike-specific clothing. Which is why this tweed, high-necked vest is so…odd.)

    🙂

    Premier Icon scaredypants
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    populous

    I’m oot and I’m taking my matching sturdy woolen socks with me

    Premier Icon BigDummy
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    That’s why they aren’t selling, isn’t it? Literally everyone who might need spare thumbs for thumbless mittens is a spelling ‘n’ grammer stickler.

    😉

    Premier Icon scaredypants
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    well, exactly – rivendell is surely the online portal to the 1950’s.

    Someone somewhere is having their knuckles hit with a blackboard rubber over that one. Fo’ sho’

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    Most bike tools have a pretty specific use.

    hugo
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    Any bike specific liquids, eg lube, hydraulic oil, cleaners, degreasers,fork oil.

    Who are they kidding that these aren’t bulk produced items rebadged pacifically for cycling with a 10,000% mark up.

    Edit : lots of people, they are kidding lots of people.

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