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Old 01-21-2011, 08:31 PM   #1
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Im all for wearing gear, and I'd like to pass on information as it comes.


We stopped by CycleGear at lunch and found an XTi leather jacket for just over $100. Its not the greatest protection, no adjustability, and I had to oversize to get one that fit my arms. But its a step in the door for someone that needs gear. Smaller sizes remained, limited colors because they are on close out.

Just throwing it out there for those that need/should have something before they can get some higher end gear to wear.

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Be careful buying gear that doesn't fit properly. It can move around/ride up in a crash and not do it's job.
I've got quite a few Joe Rocket jackets ranging from $120-150 that fit very well and are high quality too.
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my alpine stars leader pants fits weird , wish they made it like how they make jeans , where u can get a certain waist size and a certain length . They fit my waist kinda tight and the length where the knee are not to snug.
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Alpinestars pants fit a lot of people funny.
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