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Old 05-31-2007, 11:54 AM   #21
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how bout alpinestar vs fieldsheer? ive worn a fieldsheer for years but the suit feels heavy an thick as cinderblock. they are very durable! i beleive u get what u pay for in this case. im going to switch..... who wears alpine and what do you think?
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how bout alpinestar vs fieldsheer? ive worn a fieldsheer for years but the suit feels heavy an thick as cinderblock. they are very durable! i beleive u get what u pay for in this case. im going to switch..... who wears alpine and what do you think?
Some of it is good but can be over priced.
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how bout alpinestar vs fieldsheer? ive worn a fieldsheer for years but the suit feels heavy an thick as cinderblock. they are very durable! i beleive u get what u pay for in this case. im going to switch..... who wears alpine and what do you think?

Last time I checked you want your leather to be thick...it is what keeps your hide off the road.
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the motoGP guy use speacial suites that are half as light an thick as the ones we can afford.
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Old 05-31-2007, 12:19 PM   #25
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the motoGP guy use speacial suites that are half as light an thick as the ones we can afford.
You can afford it as well. They use Kangaroo hydes instead of cow. Just don't buy the MotoGP brand suits.
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Feildsheer don't crash well, Alpine Stars are OK. You can get better suits for the same money.

Less expensive suit that I prefer is AGV Sport.
Did you have to go a size up with your AGV suit? Mine was really tight in comparison to my Teknic.
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