Sticker Saga Continues — Now Dynafit Says Pudeeps

Post by blogger | September 7, 2007      

Not to be out done by bloggers distributing their own stickers, Dynafit sent some the other day. Nice.

Dynafit stickers.
Our favorite of the pack, intended for view in another person’s rear view mirror. I expect to see this one on the front of Steve Romeo’s helmet. In this case, it’s on my truck’s front bull-bar. A place I vowed would never be stuck with a sticker. Oh well, there is always Gu-gone.

Dynafit stickers.
Here’s how it looks in your rearview.

Dynafit stickers.
And check out the Dynafit die cut oval stickers. Nice.

If you call Dynafit customer service and be real nice, I think they’d probably send you a sticker or two. Winter prep?

The sixth annual Avalanche Jam, which helps raise money for the Colorado Avalanche Information Center, will happen this evening at Neptune Mountaineering in Boulder (5-10 p.m.). The Jam, hosted by sponsor Backcountry Access, costs $40 at the door. Price includes beer from New Belgium Brewery, food from Tandoori Grill and live music. Terrific season starter party.



5 Responses to “Sticker Saga Continues — Now Dynafit Says Pudeeps”

  1. Mark September 7th, 2007 5:57 pm

    While I’m not too much of a lead foot in the car, my buddy is and would love one of the stickers.

  2. Njord September 8th, 2007 3:21 am


    You are running out of space on your truck window…


  3. steve romeo September 8th, 2007 6:27 am

    Don’t you think tattooing it across my forehead would hold up better to weather??

  4. Skiing at Home dot com September 8th, 2007 5:23 pm

    I love the reversed sticker for the front of the vehicle! haha!

  5. Lou September 9th, 2007 6:35 am

    Steve, you’re right. That would sure one-up my blog about the truck window!

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