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Old 02-16-2013, 01:27 PM   #1
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what are the most comon female gear sizes?

I've been riding with different friends (2up) lately, and I know one gear size don't fit all, but I'm not gonna buy gear for each and all of them, so I was wondering what are the most common female sizes US and Euro for jacket, gloves and helmet.. that way they're not unprotected and I can just buy some stuff they all can wear.

1st no, none of them are fat, curvy Nor extra pounder carriers
Petite and "voluptuous" are most common, but don't wanna get something too small either,
I've notice one's hands were like very small, and another where a bit thicker.

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I can't take just one to cycle beer nor mancuso 'cause then they'll think I'm buying gear just for them.. capiche?!

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Old 02-16-2013, 01:33 PM   #2
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That question is like asking what size bra to buy for a girl to borrow......




Really?
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That question is like asking what size bra to buy for a girl to borrow......




Really?
Exactly, thats the reason why I'm asking.
nice avatar!
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what are the most comon female gear sizes?

For your friends







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For your friends







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You can't give a real opinion, keep your out of my thread
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Umm, what's the wife say about this?:eek:

j/k!
A medium in jacket and small in helmet will fit a lot of girls.
As far as gloves, small and medium work well for most as well.

We keep some women's stuff in stock and what we don't have I can usually get in a day or two, plus we guarantee fit.

You could always bring them by under the pretense that you're "visiting" and I can size them up and you can pick up the stuff later.
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yea i was going to suggest that not many ladies lager than size "L" will comfortably fit on back of sport bike. Med sounds like a pretty good generic size
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Thanks Patrick! Will play out as you suggest!
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I buy small or medium
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That's a lot better than wearing my spare M jacket and men S gloves
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dude i was just saying that since you drink XX
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If they are thin but "voluptuous" def go for the medium jacket. There are few things less comfortable than having your strangled. (being on the back of a sportbike is uncomfortable enough.) Small helmet will work for most. I wear a medium though. Small makes my brain hurt. lol
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Lucar. Small mens jacket always works.
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Suggest a black and pink jacket, medium/small, small gloves. You could also just get a harley and not worry about gear.
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If they are thin but "voluptuous" def go for the medium jacket. There are few things less comfortable than having your strangled. (being on the back of a sportbike is uncomfortable enough.) Small helmet will work for most. I wear a medium though. Small makes my brain hurt. lol
Thanks, I guess jacket will be a medium, I also will need gloves size.

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Lucar. Small mens jacket always works.
Don't own a small man

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Suggest a black and pink jacket, medium/small, small gloves. You could also just get a harley and not worry about gear.
Sorry glenn, no harley rider here
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Jacket and gloves seem to be S or M; but helmets might be alittle tricky. It depends on how much hair they have I guess. I wear a Small in most helmets; but of course i have no hair. I would say a Medium would fit the average chick's head with average hair.
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I like my girls gear one size.







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If you are not sure sizing them up....ask for helppppp
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If you are not sure sizing them up....ask for helppppp
You know that we are here for you!
Kidding apart.....maybe we ride next week...
Isn't that what friends are for?
Sure man, I'm riding again next week! Let's do it
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