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What's Inside? Vital Gear Club Box #6 3

Fall is here, folks, and that means hero dirt and crispy air, so get it while it’s good. Vital Gear Club has some exclusive items to keep you cozy apres-shred, as well as some items for dealing with the inevitable mud that also comes with autumn riding.

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Vital MTB Hoodie – A Gear Club Exclusive, our mid-weight hoodie will feel great with pre-ride coffee and post-shred activities. And it’s a pullover (not a cardigan, but thanks for asking...), so that means you can rock it as a base layer without zipper-chill bumming you out. It will be a favorite.

TLD/VitalMTB Beanie – That’s right, folks, Troy Lee Designs and Vital MTB together on your noggin! Much like the hoodie, this will be an essential pre- and post-shred item. Like we always say, “a toasty dome shreds much loam.” Ok, so we have never said that until just now, but you have our permission to claim it as your own. #ToastyDomeShredsLoam

Finish Line Grunge Brush – Yeah, the dirt is really good right now, but it is going to rain and your bits are gonna get grubby. Here is the perfect tool to get in those crannies and keep your bike clean. A clean drivetrain is a happy drivetrain.

Finish Line EcoTech Degreaser – Combined with the Grunge Brush, no drivetrain shall remain filthy. Go forth, shredder! And clean!
Finish Line Chain Lube – I think we all saw this coming. You know what to do.

KOM Cycling Tubeless Sealant Injector Syringe – Tubeless tire setup could have a TV show called “Breaking Bead,” but the future just called and canceled it. I present to you the best way to get the goo where it needs to be. Just try it. Walter White would. Valve tool included as well!

Science in Sport Isotonic Gel – Love ‘em or hate ‘em, gels work great for refueling. The beauty of this one is no H2O required. If you hated gels because they felt like eating glue and required ALL of your water to make them palatable, then you are in for a treat my friends.

Birzman Anti-Slip Compound – You spent too much on your carbon bars to crush them with your stem or brake levers. It can also be tricky to find the right seat post clamp torque that allows your dropper to extend properly while still keeping the post secure in the frame. The solution to both problems is Birzman anti-slip compound. Run lower torque on the clamps, but still keep things secure. #MTB #biking

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