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  • Lizard Skins - Carbon Leather Frame Protector - Black

Lizard Skins Carbon Leather Frame Protector

$9.99 - $21.99

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    7 Reviews



    We never want to think about the wear-and-tear our frame will face when we first see its gleaming paint and sparkling componentry just out of the box, but facing facts is important. "Smooth" is a relative descriptor of most roads, and rocks, grit, and other unexpected road debris accost frames more often than most of us realize every time we head out on the roads. Taking the extra time to add Lizard Skins' Carbon Leather Frame Protector to your chainstays and other high-wear areas will prevent overnight scratches and nicks from appearing without your knowledge, preserving the aesthetic of your frame without damaging it. The blend of carbon fibers and leather boasts high durability, and Lizard Skins backs it with a highly-adhesive coating to ensure it stays in-place on your frame over the miles without unsightly peeling or chipping.

    • Carbon Leather frame protector for mountain and road bikes
    • Shields paint frame from road debris and chain slap
    • Highly-adhesive, long-lasting material
    • Item #LZS000I

    Tech Specs

    carbon leather
    Recommended Use
    cycling, mountain bike, frame protection
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    Stylish Protection

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Slap these on your frame and protect it with a little style. These are a little thicker than the traditional clear protection and do at great job keeping your bike protected from chips from rocks and scuff from cable rub.

    Good protection, easy installation

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This frame protector actually offers a good amount of protection. It is a few millimeters thick and has some shock absorption capability. It covered a good portion the downtube on my Hightower, enough to wrap around the edges just a bit. Application is easy just clean the area really well (I used a bit of isopropyl alcohol) and stick it on.

    The best!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    If you want to keep your down tube chip free, and safe from rock/debris impacts, look no further. I build up an SB6 this year, and wanted to make sure the down tube was fully protected. This stuff is quite thick, and looks good once installed. Holds up to everything thrown at it so far, and shows no signs of wear and tear. It is very sticky when applying, and once stuck, it is extremely difficult to remove. Make sure to clean your down tube or any part of the frame you plan to apply this to with alcohol, to provide a clean surface. Take your time lining it up as well, as it is hard to remove as mentioned above

    Tacky and Strong

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    As long as you clean your frame well before application these guards will keep your frame protected for a long time.

    I've installed them on both of my bikes.

    Perfect for Carbon bikes

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have a 2017 Santa Cruz Bronson size large and the large size of this is almost perfect for protecting the down tube on my bike. It is a little small and does not cover all of the down tube but it covers most of the area that rocks will get shot up and hit your tube. They are super easy to put on, all you have to do is clean of the down tube with rubbing alcohol, wait till it dries, then stick on the protective layer and boom you are ready to go.

    Protect your frame!

      I picked up the Large version of this to put on my down tube. I will say, if you're going back and forth between these and the clear, the major difference, other then the look, is the thickness of the decal. These carbon ones are almost three times as thick and burly. I used the carbon version for beefy protection on the down tube. Then used the clear for the rest of my bike. Highly recommend these protectors.