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yo wrote:Cool stuff. Those look crazy technical. What are they for?


Michael, four lines geared toward auto, home, outdoor and professional construction. Glad to hear they look tech; these were highest end of each line.
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Nice work Jeff, love the line up! :D

I have been working on a few gloves myself that should be available soon.


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Here is one of a dozen, with some sketchwork and first samples... Models hand was a little small for the sample but shows the general look and feel. :D

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nice! congrats Jermain. You have been working on a lot of product!


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Thanks Michael, I have been working on dozens of cool products. Hopefully I can show more stuff in the near future... :wink:

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very nice work Jboogie941


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Giro's new knit road, urban, and mountain bike footwear debuted at Eurobike this week. These were some of the first projects I worked on when I joined the team last year, about halfway into the development process. I'm stoked on how they turned out. Lots more to come over the next year.

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very cool, congrats!

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engelhjs wrote:Giro's new knit road, urban, and mountain bike footwear debuted at Eurobike this week. These were some of the first projects I worked on when I joined the team last year, about halfway into the development process. I'm stoked on how they turned out. Lots more to come over the next year.

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They look sick. Nice one. Full road shoe?
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Postby Mr-914 » September 1st, 2017, 7:09 am

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What a surprise. Great work!
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engelhjs wrote:Giro's new knit road, urban, and mountain bike footwear debuted at Eurobike this week.


Nice. Like a souped Republic.

Looks like iab needs a new pair of shoes. And you're welcome. I am happy to pay a (large) portion of your paycheck. I have been a fan of your urban clothing line for quite some time. But it seems to going away. Is that true?

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Thanks iab and 914. With regard to the urban clothing, it's long story that I'm a little fuzzy on as most of it unfolded before I came on board. As far as I know that line is scaled back from what it was but not going away completely. There's a lot of love around the office for those products.
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These are great - I hope the bikers like them too!
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