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Old 04-15-2008, 08:45 PM   #1
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what size should fit me on leathers

42 42" 32"-33" 26" 31" 5'10" 160lbs
44 44" 34"-35" 26.5" 31" 6'0" 170lbs




im about 6'0" 185lbs and waist 32"-33 "


should i go with a 42 or 44?
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Old 04-15-2008, 08:58 PM   #2
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Go see Patrick at Motorcycles Unlimited. They have great prices on leathers and Patrick will help you get the size you need.

I did and I'm a happy customer. the price was right and they fit better than the I bought at Cycle Gear.
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Go see Patrick at Motorcycles Unlimited. They have great prices on leathers and Patrick will help you get the size you need.

I did and I'm a happy customer. the price was right and they fit better than the I bought at Cycle Gear.
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i would but that drive kills me sometimes and the traffic sucks!!! the only time i have are weekends but im book this whole month
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come try on my 44 if youd like.

im same dimensions


ok, well 5-11 195 lol
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what brand you have chris?
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i would but that drive kills me sometimes and the traffic sucks!!! the only time i have are weekends but im book this whole month
I feel you're pain, my mom lives about 4 miles from Motorcycles Unlimited and I go up that way a lot.
It'll be worth it.
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what brand you have chris?
joe rocket.
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I also have a 46 you can try
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come try on my 44 if youd like.

im same dimensions


ok, well 5-11 195 lol
He's well rounded "if ya know what i mean"
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I also have a 46 you can try
you calling me fat!!! lol kidding


to bad you don't work over here no more
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He's well rounded "if ya know what i mean"
owtf.
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what does owtf mean?

im lost
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oh what the fu*k
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I'm betting 44, but go try some on and see how they fit...
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i tried a 42 this past weekend the knee area seem alittle tight in that area
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chris,didn't know you were that porky son. now i know i can beat you lol!!!
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go to cycle gear and try on some of the suits.....

gotta remember though, because you fit a size 44 in astars...doesn't mean you'll fit a size 44 in fieldsheer (just an example)
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