USB C-to-A Cable
USB C-to-A Cable

USB C-to-A Cable

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Extra USB C-to-A cable that comes with Hangover and Trail Evo.

We designed this plug not to be some proprietary plug to force you into our eco-system or anything. It was designed so that it could seal the light while you utilize pass-through-charging. 

We don't want to make a killing on this, so this is literally what the cord costs us after manufacturing, shipping, warehousing, etc.

Extra long at 36" because no one likes being tethered to a charger, as well as giving you the option to have a battery pack at the bottom of your backpack or hip pack and charge lights like the Trail Evo or Hangover while in use.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Marc (Hudsonville, US)
Great customer support

Great job Outboard Lighting. I needed a new power cord. The price was fantastic, shipping was quick, and the transaction was issue free. Thanks

James L. (Kansas City, US)
Awesome cables / awesome service!

I recently ordered a pair of Outbound's USB charging cables. After placing the order I realized I had ordered the wrong cables (I ordered C to C cables instead of C to A cables). I emailed the great folks at Outbound Lighting and they were very quick to cancel the original order for me and send the correct products! I could not ask for better service! The cables themselves are heavily insulated which will surely extend their lifetime. I own both the Hangover helmet light and the Trail Evo handlebar light and they're by far the best lights I've ever owned in 30 years of mountain biking!

Casey W. (Minneapolis, US)
Incredible lights

These lights just flat work. The majority of my singletrack rides are after dark and lights are needed. These work great, are dependable and have great support.

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