You probably didn't think you were going to wake up this morning and fall in love with a bird-shaped water bottle cage, but hey, here we are. PDW made this cage out of 5052 alloy, so its strong enough to last, and only weighs 57g. It features a graceful design and PDW's lifetime warranty.
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