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    • #122989

      Fox Racing Shox 34 Talas 27.5" 150 CTD-Remote $199 with free 2-day shipping.

      http://www.backcountry.com/fox-racing-s … ctd-remote

      Buy it right now, it will be sold out very very soon. 😃

    • #122990

      aaaaaand .. they’re gone.

    • #122991

      Hehe, this thread made be lol and that’s hard to do when I’m on the torture device known as the trainer.

      Posted via Tapatalk while doing 60 in my car and staring at my phone.

    • #122992

      On a related note, would anyone like to buy a Fox 34 Talas 27.5" 150 CTD-Remote for the low low price of $350?

      😼

    • #122993

      You could give me a fox product and I’d sell it to buy 3 competing products and still have money left over to buy a triple venti nonfat mocha half as sweet and a pink Tutu to wear as I drank it. I wouldn’t pay money to own a fox product, however ;)

      Posted via Tapatalk while doing 60 in my car and staring at my phone.

    • #122994
      "schwim" wrote

      You could give me a fox product and I’d sell it to buy 3 competing products and still have money left over to buy a triple venti nonfat mocha half as sweet and a pink Tutu to wear as I drank it. I wouldn’t pay money to own a fox product, however ;)

      Posted via Tapatalk while doing 60 in my car and staring at my phone.

      So tell me, how do you really feel about Fox products? 😆

    • #122995

      Don’t get me wrong, they have been proven to be great products. I don’t buy Fox products for the same reason I don’t wear Nike shoes or drink Redbull. The prices aren’t exorbitantly higher because it’s that much better of a product, but because the consumer has to absorb the cost of all the advertising and marketing that doesn’t promote the product, but a lifestyle that most of their customers like to think that they fit into.

      Imagine how cost-effective their products could be if they didn’t spend the majority of their time and money creating a bullshit consumerism-driven culture around their brand.

    • #122996
      "schwim" wrote

      Imagine how cost-effective their products could be if they didn’t spend the majority of their time and money creating a bullshit consumerism-driven culture around their brand.

      Perhaps they would even be $199.

    • #122997
      "maddslacker" wrote

      [quote="schwim":ntkk1e2y]Imagine how cost-effective their products could be if they didn’t spend the majority of their time and money creating a bullshit consumerism-driven culture around their brand.

      Perhaps they would even be $199.[/quote:ntkk1e2y]

      This guy agrees with you wholeheartedly:

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    • #122998

      …..aaaannnndddd enter Suntour into the high-performance suspension market, undercutting the prices on everyone else: http://www.singletracks.com/blog/mtb-ge … moab-utah/

    • #122999

      If I could get a demo of one of those, I wouldn’t have needed to buy one 😆

    • #123000
      "maddslacker" wrote

      If I could get a demo of one of those, I wouldn’t have needed to buy one 😆

      Now you just need to buy a frame to go with that fork!

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