NiteRider Explorer Headband

NiteRider Explorer Headband
NiteRider Explorer Headband
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Explorer Headband by NiteRider
You were slightly confused when you're friends asked you to go on a hike--you know, the thing people without mountain bikes do--but at least NiteRider's Explorer Headband helps make that transition less aggravating. You can't take the rubber off your tires and apply them to your hiking shoes, but you can take your NiteRider slide-mounted light off the handlebars and on this headband.

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SKU: NRI0071
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