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Old 08-08-2013, 09:36 AM   #21
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Old 08-08-2013, 09:59 AM   #22
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Old 08-08-2013, 02:53 PM   #23
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I actually use this to keep cool. I walk out of work at 5 and it's 102.1 yesterday. I put the scarf in a disposable paper cup filled with water for the walk to the bike. Wrap and tuck then ride.

Get the competition in black.

http://www.aerostich.com/aerostich-silk-scarves.html

A classic silk scarf should be soft, thin and slippery so you can wrap one around your neck, close up your jacket and rotate your head and neck all day in draft-free comfort, without chafing. These luxurious 100% natural silk scarves are handmade of a soft, dense weave thats perfect for riding. No synthetic fiber is warmer, softer, stronger, or more durable. Silk provides maximum comfort across every temperature range: warm and draft-blocking when cool, and refreshing when worn wetted in hotter conditions. The Competition Scarf is similar to the standard model but two layers thick, and a bit narrower and shorter. It measures 10"60" and is available in either white or black. Both are premium quality, long lasting silk that will keep the wind, rain, dust and snow from blowing down your neck, and will pack ultra-small in any pocket. This silk washes well. No other neckwear works this well, or looks this cool.

PS, get the regular one in white also (to tie your girl up with). Trust me
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Old 08-08-2013, 03:19 PM   #24
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not only am I serious, I'm also a black guy.

What, black guys can't wear a scarf?
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Old 08-08-2013, 03:39 PM   #25
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Yall arent supposed to be bothered by the sun. Get back in that field and work!!
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I have to say, scarfs rock. I found one at Rodeo BBQ Cookoff a few years back. Called it my "Gay Scarf"... it was pretty gay. cold out there at 3AM in reliant parking lot. Put that thing on and no matter hot or cold your neck was perfect. Which amazingly keeps the rest of you warm or cool. Only got to ride with it once on the bike over to TMax's gf's place.. Turns out she had lost it at the cookoff. Doh! I'm surprised I haven't seen TMax sporting it. He could totaly rock that on the scooter.
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Haha, nothing wrong with scarves, but I reserve it for the winter time. Definitely keeps you warm.

Hunt is still on. Going to try to find something similar to "dry fit".
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your getting it all wrong

as the water evaporates from the wet silk scarf, the scarf gets real cool and takes body heat along with it
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goto walmart get get one of those neck bandanas filled with diaper absorbant. Same stuff you see for plants to hold water. Soak it in water, it swells up, tie around neck. Protects neck and cools you are the water evaporates.




http://www.rei.com/product/691097/kafkas-kool-tie

http://polarbreezebandanas.com/
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This is what is use, works great and cheap..academy $12
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Don't be a squid and just wear your gear. Unless you have an unusually long neck or you're staring down at the tank the whole time?? How does your neck get burnt?? With my jacket and helmet on in 100+ degree weather I've never had my neck burn. Plus that was like a 3 hour ride, plus I'm pasty white lol.
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I always wear my gear when I ride, but my neck still gets burnt from the sun.
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