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what colors they wanted to use for the collaborati (16th Sep 19 at 3:44am UTC)Quote Reply
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There, SportRx hand-picked exactly what colors they wanted to use for the collaboration,

ultimately deciding on Matte Carbon with a Soft Touch Black icon.
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