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Lezyne Sport Drive HV Mini Pump

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Description

The Lezyne Sport Drive HV is the perfect pump for mountain bikers.  This pump features a machined barrel and composite handles for durability and is small enough for any hydration pack.  The coolest feature is the concealable hose.  The hose when not in use, unscrews from the pump and is stored in the body.  This makes inflation much easier without sacrificing space.   

Specs:

  • 90psi.
  • 170mm.
  • 100g.
  • Presta and Schrader compatible. 
  • Frame mount included. 
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Pump it up

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Purchased this to keep on our sons stroller. No more flat tyre while out walking. Also doubles as a toy.

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Pump it up

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Purchased this to keep on our sons stroller. No more flat tyre while out walking. Also doubles as a toy.

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Lezyne Sport Drive HV Mini PumpLZSPRTDRVHV
Black - S4712805978106

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