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Old 08-26-2009, 12:16 AM   #21
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wal mart sells it for 10 bux a peice.... good . I wear it
you get what you pay for though. doesnt feel as nice as underarmour and it doesnt last as long.
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Old 08-26-2009, 12:34 AM   #22
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Spent $30 on some knockoff Underarmour from Academy. Compression shorts and a breathable long-sleeve. Makes a world of difference!
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Old 08-26-2009, 06:31 AM   #23
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I don't like the knock off stuff it is rough.
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i prefer the women that wear a only a thong under the leathers
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The academy brand underarmour works pretty good. I prefer longsleeve top and long pants, makes getting in and out of leathers lots easier and actually helps keep you cooler.
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The academy brand underarmour works pretty good. I prefer longsleeve top and long pants, makes getting in and out of leathers lots easier and actually helps keep you cooler.
you stay cool by letting Candie pass you at +30 mph... it gives a nice little breeze it must suck being slower than your wife

edit* that's only on a 600 though, she can't ride or corner on a fiddy for $hit!!!
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you stay cool by letting Candie pass you at +30 mph... it gives a nice little breeze it must suck being slower than your wife

edit* that's only on a 600 though, she can't ride or corner on a fiddy for !!!
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