It's been a painful couple of months being out of Sticky Pods but that ended on Friday when a nice man from FedEx delivered boxes of stock fresh from Miles Wide Industries in the US of A.
Also in is a MK2 version of Sticky Fingers, they are covers for your brake levers to improve grip and control, plus making them less cold in extreme temperatures, they also come in 7 colours to brighten up your bike.
Wet Seal is a lube to keep your suspension units and dropper seat post moving smoothly, the new bottle now has a pipette to allow for easier application and is a must have product for anyone that wants to keep their bike in good order.
And an all new product in the form of the Fork Cork was the most exciting new product to come in, its a bung that fits in the hole in the bottom of your suspension fork, it keeps mud and crud out plus due to the design allows easy removal so you can use the fork steerer tube as a storage device, its so neat everyone should have one.
Well it's been taking longer than I hoped but the revised Sticky Pods are not far off, hopefully not more than a few weeks, it will be worth the wait though, with a new side zip for the clear phone pouch allowing for easier removal of your phone or anything else you put in there.
On the other side the lower pocket will be stitched down the middle dividing the pocket into two narrower pockets, this will work better for holding tyre levers and co2 canisters upright in the pouch.
Lastly, there is a new Sticky Pod to join the family, its called the Micro and comes in a couple of colourful camo finishes, I reckon these little pods will prove popular due to the compact size and although they won't hold as much as the Small and Large pods, they will be ideal for smaller pockets, will work nicely as a secondary pouch and maybe the perfect Pod for the younger generation getting into the sport we love.