Jagwire SwitchBack Brake Pad

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MSRP : $6.00


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Product Description

The Jagwire SwitchBack Brake Shoe is available in different post mounts and colors.


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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:3
Submitted by zach malinowitz a Cross Country Rider from windham

Date Reviewed: June 2, 2005

Strengths:    stopping power is definitely there-and theyre just sweet lookin

Weaknesses:    not so good on the quality and holding up against wear.ive only ridden about 10 times and theyre already showing through. not a good sign

Bottom Line:   
these are definitely not the kind of pads you would use if you are a downhill rider, which obviously you would be using disc brakes anyways. considering they wore out quicker than the kool stops, i would reccomend something better.

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Favorite Trail:   the single track section on the loop section in raymond

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $16.00

Purchased At:   bath cycle and ski

Similar Products Used:   aztec pads, kool-stop

Bike Setup:   kona blast, pretty much stock due to lack of funds except for the ruffian grips, shimano clipless, bottom bracket,some other stuff

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