DeFeet Dura Gloves

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MSRP : $15.26


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Defeet Duragloves are engineered to be the finest lightweight knit glove for cool weather warmth and all-season protection. Multi-season, multi-use application for road riding, mtn. bike riding, running, hiking, and other outdoor sports ...



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Any fellow Uniglide folks out there? Or Dura Ace peeps perhaps?

One of the reasons I joined yesterday is because I'm swapping the UG body on my wheelset (DA7400/7402 with Mavic Open 4CD rims) for a compatible 7403 HG body but I haven't been able to find a LBS yet with the necessary tool: FH10 Does anyone have a good idea as to where I could start a discus ... Read More »

Dura-Ace 7900 non-drive side crank hangs over the axle. Normal?

I’ve built my own bikes for years, but this is the first time I’ve used a crankset that doesn’t require a cartridge-type bottom bracket, so this too is unfamiliar territory for me. I installed a Dura-Ace 7900 bottom bracket (English type) and Dura-Ace FC-7900 crankset. In installing the non-drive ... Read More »

Dura-Ace 7900... left shift lever has three clicks, not two. Normal?

Sorry folks, I have to plead complete ignorance about this. It has been a long time since I’ve ridden a road bike - easily 9 years, and the last component group I had was Ultegra. I have a Dura-Ace 7900 group (two chainring crankset). The left shift lever does something strange: When going to sh ... Read More »

dura ace

Hi people i was looking for a bit of advice regarding da 7800/7900.firstly,apart from price and looks,whats the difference?also,my bike currently has new sora-if i got da 7800 shifters/mechs and a 10 speed cassette and chain,could i use my sora chainset;would it be compatable but also it has done 60 ... Read More »

Dura-Ace chain comes pre-lubed. Get rid of the lube?

I use wax-based lubricants on my bikes - no exceptions. I just finished building up my bike and, as expected, the Dura-Ace chain has an oil-based lube on it. Interestingly, it’s not the thick goopy crap Shimano used to use, rather, it’s a thinner material that smells a little like WD-40. Either w ... Read More »

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