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Bike Rumor: Pactimo Unwraps New Custom Kilt, Goes Heavy on Reflective for Winter Visibility

October 15, 2015

Bike Rumor: Pactimo Unwraps New Custom Kilt, Goes Heavy on Reflective for Winter Visibility

One of the big stories for Pactimo continues to be the use of Reflective fabric for visibility.

by Zach Overholt / Bike Rumor

We’ve all been there. You’re standing in the parking lot after a ride wanting to get out of your seat chamois, ASAP. You have a few options: you can do the awkward shuffle inside your care, make a towel into a makeshift kilt and hope it doesn’t fall off, or risk an indecent exposure charge and hope no one is looking.

Fortunately, there are better ways – like Pactimo’s new Quick Release Changing Kilt. One of those products that really doesn’t make that much sense until you use it, Pactimo is elevating the concept to new heights with a design of your own…

Just what is a changing kilt and why do you need one? By placing the kilt around your waist, you are free to remove your spandex without giving the parking lot a free show. The velcro closure makes putting on the kilt a breeze, and the silicone gripper around the waist makes sure it will stay in place. Available as part of the Pactimo custom  program, you can design a kilt of your own starting at $29 a piece with a 5 piece minimum.

Read the rest of the review on the Bike Rumor website »

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