Reynolds Cryo-Blue Brake Pad - 2-Pack

Reynolds Cryo-Blue Brake Pad - 2-Pack
Reynolds Cryo-Blue Brake Pad - 2-Pack
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Cryo-Blue Brake Pad - 2-Pack by Reynolds
Reynolds redesigned its Cryo-Blue Brake Pad to deliver excellent braking performance with your carbon fiber wheels. Reynolds' new rubber compound offers improved heat dissipation, giving you superb modulation and better overall braking quality in all conditions. The Reynolds Cryo-Blue Brake Pad comes in two designs: one for Shimano/SRAM-style brakes and one for Campagnolo-style brakes.

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