Lizard Skins Neoprene Chainstay Protector

Lizard Skins Neoprene Chainstay Protector
Lizard Skins Neoprene Chainstay Protector
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Neoprene Chainstay Protector by Lizard Skins
When you're bombing down a sick, flowy run, the last thing you want to hear is the annoying thwack of an errant chain crashing against your chainstay. Protect your frame from chain slap and damage with the Lizard Skins Neoprene Chainstay Protector. Made from neoprene and heavy-duty threads, this durable protector affixes to your frame with hook-and-loop security and is in it for the long haul.

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SKU: LZS000D
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