Product DescriptionExposure's Strada Mk5 Road Specific Light features the same high-tech resin lens technology as the rest of Exposure's lights, except a distinct beam pattern provides better light dispersion for paved surfaces. The lens is specifically designed to maximize light collection from the two Cree XPG R5...
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