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|09-30-2009, 09:34 PM||#41|
Crash (MotoGP Guru)
Join Date: Aug 2005
Location: Seabrook, TX
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Experience: 10+ years
2006 R6 (Street)
2011 R6 (Racebike)
2008 R6 (Deceased Best Friend's)
Believe it or not, if you don't want to stretch out your gloves, use those thin serving gloves you always see lunch ladies wearing. Laugh if you want, but they do keep your heat in your hands pretty well, and again, are cheap, lol. I have a full set of A* track "under armour" basically, the stuff works like a charm. If you want good foot/leg protection, go to Sun and Ski and ask for climbers foot warmer, not bulky and hella warm. Invest in that A* rain suit or a Fox clear rainbreaker, looks like the things GP guys wear in the rain, zips and gets on and off no problem.
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