Elite Protec Sweat Net

Elite Protec Sweat Net
Elite Protec Sweat Net
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Protec Sweat Net by Elite
No, you're not the first to try draping a towel over your bike to keep your corrosive sweat off of it while you're on the trainer -- that is, after you've given up on wiping the thing down every 15 minutes. Skip all that hassle and just grab the Elite Protec Sweat Net. It does exactly what it sounds like it does. Just strap it up between your seatpost and your handlebars and scratch that concern off your list.

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SKU: ELI000N
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