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Gorilla XT Cage Carbon

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Never let go.

If you're hitting the roughest terrain or you're mounting your bottle horizontally between your aero bars, XLAB's beefed up Gorilla XT Cage makes sure your bottle stays put for when you need it. It utilizes the same six high-shouldered arms and tall retention-tab design as the standard model, but thicker and stiffer carbon increases its holding power by a power of two. A flared entry still makes it easy to take a drink without having to struggle or upset the balance of your bike so you can soldier on while being sure of your hydration.

Claimed weight is 49 g. Requires traditional bottle shapes with a deep, uniform groove near the top to clear the retention tab. Bottles such as the Camelbak Podium are not compatible.

 

Cage Material: Carbon Fiber 

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A must for long rides!
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Southwest Michigan

This is the best water bottle cage I've ever bought. It holds the bottle tight enough so it doesn't release after you hit a pot hole but easy enough to remove while riding.

Reviewed 1/31/2019
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Works perfectly
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by CarbonSF
Competitive Racer
San Francisco, CA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

This cage works as described. Finally a cage that hold onto bottles behind my seat (TT bike). Actually, the grip is so tight that it can be a little tricky to get the bottle out while riding, but becomes pretty easy with a little experimentingpractice. I just wish these things were a bit cheaper.

Reviewed 6/4/2018
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