Enjoy biking on the Schwinn Capitol. The Capitol has plenty of gears for easier hill climbing and an easy going aluminum hybrid frame that is part fitness and part cruiser put together into one comfortable ride. Like all Schwinn bikes the Capitol comes with a limited lifetime warranty for as long as you own the bike. Enjoy the ride on a Schwinn.
- Schwinn aluminum hybrid frame with Schwinn suspension fork offers comfortable and efficient riding
- Shimano 21 speed EZ-Fire shifters with Shimano rear derailleur for precise gear shifting
- Front and rear alloy V brakes stop securely
- Soft hybrid seat with springs as well as a suspension seat post for the ultimate comfort
- Alloy wheels with high profile rims
Full-on hydration for pint-sized thirsts. This pack has grownup features-1.5 liters of water, a bike tool organizer pocket, zippered compartments for layers and essentials, and reflective strips-in a package that fits younger explorers. There’s a built-in whistle for emergencies, plus adjustable straps that let the pack grow with kids over the years.
- One interior slip pocket. Four exterior pockets
I loves riding his bike and was very pleased with this pack.
The official Team USA 2015 World Cup Soccer Men’s Track Jacket. Stay stylish and show your team spirit. 100% polyester design is lightweight and breathable. Machine washable. Top-quality construction. Built to last for seasons to come. Officially Licensed by Team US Soccer
Officially licensed by US Soccer
Show support for US Soccer
Made of quality polyester and machine washable
Perfect gift for any fan
Emboidered US Soccer Patch on Front
This is great quality and fits snugly. I gave it as a gift and it was very well received!
The jacket was well made and exceeded my expectations. Well worth the price.
- Ultra-durable, performance rubber cover
- Designed to withstand the rough-and-tumble street game
- Wide channel design for excellent grip
- Features the NBA logo
I suspect something may be wrong with the Spalding intermediate size basketball because nearly every time I throw the ball with varying degrees of arc, it makes a loud, dischordant, reverberating sound against the rim and fails to adequately follow a path through the cylindrical oriface as I’ve seen the tall fellows on tv do. This is the second Spalding branded ball I’ve tried with these same poor results. My percentage of made shots to missed shots is vastly disproportionate in favor of the latter. One neighbor boy suggested my problem may be the result of my throwing “bricks” as he called them. I assured him I was, indeed, throwing a basketball and not masonic construction materials. The ball appears to be sufficiently radially symmetric with equal internal distribution of air and no external weather related inclimations or phenomena were noticeable nor reported in local media. However, when I attempt the bounce the ball as I move about the driveway, the ball doesn’t always return to my hand and I’ve seen on tv. It often bounces off of my feet and rolls off to the neighbor’s yard. Once, the ball returned very quickly into my groin area, seemingly defying Newtonion laws of motion as the amount of energy radiated into this sensitive area seemed to be exponentially higher than the amount of force propelled downward. I was at once fascinated with the idea that perhaps the angle of the driveway combined with the spin of the ball may have invoked the law of conservation of angular momentum. My fascination quickly subsided in indirect proportion to the amount of pain in my lower abdomen while I gingerly limped to my office to ponder where the physics was breaking down.