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Floor Pumps

Topeak Joeblow Dualie
$99.95
This clever dual-gauge floor pump was exclusively designed for low pressure Fat-Bike tires and moderate pressure MTB tires. A massive oversized barrel is 1.5 times larger than a standard floor pump and delivers large air volume to fill oversized tires quickly. A 30 psi (2 bar) gauge shows precise low pressure for Fat-Bike tires while the 75 psi (5 bar) gauge shows higher pressures for MTB tires. An air release button on the TwinHead™ allows for fine-tuning pressure.
Specialized Air Tool HP Floor Pump
$50.00 - $60.00
Thanks to its smaller-diameter barrel, with Specialized's Air Tool HP Floor Pump it's easier than ever to inflate high-pressure tires. It also features Specialized's SwitchHitter head that works with Presta and Schrader valves, quality steel construction for excellent durability, and a three-sided base for superb stability. Plus, you'll love the comfortable, wide handle, easy-to-read oversize gauge and the nice, long hose.
Specialized Air Tool MTB Floor Pump
$90.00
Back by popular demand, the Air Tool MTB Floor Pump is better than ever. Designed for low pressure, high volume tires, it provides precise pressure to ensure that your tires are set up for whatever the trail throws at you. - Oversized 3" (76mm) gauge has 0-40 PSI range for maximum resolution when filling large tires. - Massive 508cc volume aluminum barrel pushes enough air to seat tubeless tires. - Ergonomic Wing handle with pressure relief valve. - Auto selecting SwitchHitter II technology. - Includes spare rubber seal for head. - Max pressure: 40 PSI (2.7bar) - Volume-per-stroke: 508cc
Specialized Air Tool Sport Floor Pump
$50.00
Specialized's Air Tool Sport Floor Pump boasts all-steel construction, durable internals, a long hose, a sturdy handle and a three-sided base for easy pumping and excellent stability. You also get Specialized's SwitchHitter head that automatically adapts to fit Presta and Schrader valves, and an easy-to-read, 2-inch gauge to make dialing in the right pressure a breeze.
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