Lezyne Sport Drive Tall Floor Pump

Lezyne Sport Drive Tall Floor Pump
Lezyne Sport Drive Tall Floor Pump
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Sport Drive Tall Floor Pump by Lezyne
For those of us taller-statured humans who also happen to love bicycles, pumping up tires is usually an adventure of back-scrunching proportions thanks to short-bodied floor pumps and their low-to-the floor reach. Stand tall and take some stress off your back with the Lezyne Sport Drive Tall Floor Pump. Made with a fully extended height of 4. 4 feet, this pump is designed with tall people in mind to reduce hunching and increase comfort when pumping up tires. The Lezyne Sport Drive Tall Floor Pump features a ABS1 Pro Valve compatible with Presta, Dunlop, and Schrader valve stems, with a large gauge to easily track PSI. Its wooden handle adds a touch of rustic class, and pairs with a streamlined steel body for a pump that you don't mind leaving out for visitors to see.

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SKU: LED00AE
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