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Classic Plastic Doubles in Colors!!!

That's right folks.  All-City plans on unleashing white and neon green Classic Plastic Doubles upon you mid-summer.

The Whites will be available in two sizes:  Large: 70mm platform and Medium: 60mm platform.

Part numbers: TC4722 Large & TC4723 Medium

                          The Neon Greens will be available in Large size only: TC4724

These colored clips are made from a softer and more pliable plastic compound than the black ones, and we're hoping that this new compound will prove more durable and better able to absorb impacts.

Due to the added cost of the colored finish the MSRP on these will be $12.  Still super reasonable for a double toe clip and now you can color coordinate till your heart's content
 I know a few guys who could really use a set of these: like our pal Bryan at Bicycle Revolutions in Philly  
dude, you need a set of the green ones so freaking bad


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