It only makes sense that a company hailing from the PNW would know a thing or two about constructing premium fenders. Riders that live here don't let the weather dictate their rides, and the experience of riding in all weather conditions here certainly influences the design of products that come out of the region. Portland Design Works is one brand from the area that is thriving with thoughtful, quality products, and its latest offering, the Full Metal 650 Fender, is some of our new favorites.Constructed from sandblasted and anodized aluminum with laser graphics, these Full Metal fenders look as good as they perform and are vastly more durable than fenders made of flimsy plastic. They offer excellent coverage and include rubber mudflaps, extending coverage, helping to keep your feet dry and preventing rooster tails that others behind you will be grateful for.The anodized finish is handsome and the perfect complement to any high-end bike rolling on 650b wheels and tires. The Full Metal 650 fenders easily mount to 650b bikes with fender mounts and the stout stainless steel hardware is easy to replace if needed and rattle free. At 55mm wide, these fenders will fit a maximum tire of 650b x 46mm. Up front, release tabs let your wheels keep turning if debris gets lodged between the fender and tire.
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