On-One / Palnet-X playing Specilaized trademark bingo?
New winter jersey description:
Roubaix fabric, for optimum insulation. This is a no holds barred, high performance, specialized jersey, for epic winter conditions.
Roubaix and epic OK, a fabric and a word straight out of the dictionary but specialized with a ‘z’? Someone’s feeling brave.Posted 4 years agoJoeGSubscriber
Realistically, On-One would have had to order their products months ago, long before the Cafe Roubaix story broke. So probably not a response to that situation.
Anyhow, once the trademark attorneys can’t get through on the phone, don’t have their emails returned, and get told that their trademark is out of stock in the warehouse even though is shows in stock online, they’ll give up and move on! 😉 😆Posted 4 years ago
(yes I do apreciate the irony of misspelling it in the title)Posted 4 years agop8ddyMember
Jesus I can’t believe they are selling Rock Racing gear, may as well put a banner at the top of their website saying, “We proudly support drugs in sport”.
FFS this company is scraping the barrel.
What’s the background to the Rock Racing/Drugs reference? No reason for asking other than curiosity. 🙂
Edit: It’s cool – I’ve just googled it. Wouldn’t stop me buying their stuff if it was nice, but then I don’t care about drugs in sport. I’d allow them! 🙂 🙂Posted 4 years ago
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