Light & Motion Vis 180 Aero Adapter

Light & Motion Vis 180 Aero Adapter
Light & Motion Vis 180 Aero Adapter
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Vis 180 Aero Adapter by Light & Motion
When you snagged your Light & Motion Vis 180 tail light you had your trusty steed set up with a standard round seat post, but your new ride poses a challenge with its aero bars and post. While aero comes with its benefits, it no doubt comes with challenges, like staying seen on the road, which is why Light & Motion crafted the Vis 180 Aero Adapter. This adapter connects to the Vis 180 mount, and securely wraps around your aero post, hugging in snugly to keep your light steady while you ride. It's easy to install by replacing the stock mounting pad, and works with the stretchy silicone band found on your light.

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SKU: LTM003S
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