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Old 09-08-2008, 08:53 PM   #21
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most def not enough girl stuff.

i have the suomy flower one...im actually not fond of the graphics, but it was the size i needed, and a good deal. (no offense curt or candie)...just not my style...

Im actually not crazy bout pink, majority of pinks atleast.

I like the black with pink barbed wire idea....

or maybe one with a half naked man, since they wear ones with half naked women.

either way, whatever color, i like bright colors for a helmet, cuz it makes pictures stand out easier....(as if my hot pink taped up lights arent enough )
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Old 09-08-2008, 09:06 PM   #22
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Black with pink barbed wire is cool! Perhaps not just pink...yellow, baby blue?? My daughter has all kinds of pink butterfly dirt bike equipment...I would just rather stay away from pink on my bike.

The half naked man idea is awesome...I once seen a female trucker drive by that had mud flaps with men in a sexy pose...that was some funny shat!
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These are some absolutely great ideas. I definitely have some good designs floating around in my head now, whereas a couple of days ago I had no clue on what to do for a woman's helmet.
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I have the scorpion crack head which matches what I am doing to my bike so I am good with that, I am not a frilly girl, I like skulls and naked women and such, you can see my bike on another thread titled "the pimping has begun" NO not typical female bike.
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i would not sugges taking it to anyone or any shop that does not do work on cars or lids.. taking it to the mall AB shop is not a good idea.. they use a acrylic base paint for shirts and clothes and shoes.. it will not work for this use!!! best paint to use for this is CREATEX. I do do AB work but i am not up to par enough to paint tru flame. but stencil work i can do.. for the next 2 months i will not accept anywork as it is i am not going to have a chance to put it down..
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i would not sugges taking it to anyone or any shop that does not do work on cars or lids.. taking it to the mall AB shop is not a good idea.. they use a acrylic base paint for shirts and clothes and shoes.. it will not work for this use!!! best paint to use for this is CREATEX. I do do AB work but i am not up to par enough to paint tru flame. but stencil work i can do.. for the next 2 months i will not accept anywork as it is i am not going to have a chance to put it down..
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auto air has some good stuff. i get discounts from a different supplier so i choose to go through them but that is just personal.. all i am saying is going to a mall shop is not the right way to go painting a car bike or lid is really different then a shirt or something to that effect
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Meaner and I have kicked around a gear for women business. It would be affordable custom. We have a seamstress lined up, but have no idea how to go about getting started. I guess we'll get some leathers made, then you girls can see what we're talking about.

And we think if you're going to pay $400 then you should be able to pick the color(s) and fit. I'm fully aware that all women are NOT built the same; and very few are built like men. I have a women's jacket that's huge in the shoulders and fits in the waist.. ? Can you say made for a man?

I LOVE the idea of helmets for women that aren't pink or baby blue. Most girls who ride aren't girlie-girls anyway. good thread!
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And we think if you're going to pay $400 then you should be able to pick the color(s) and fit. I'm fully aware that all women are NOT built the same; and very few are built like men. I have a women's jacket that's huge in the shoulders and fits in the waist.. ? Can you say made for a man?

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I wasn't too crazy about pink but liked the light purple version from Scorpion which I sadly damaged in a crash. That color was great.

I also like a couple of Shoei's Arai's designs that could be easily customized with other stuff:

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Sqbody, that would be an awesome idea. Nothing fits me...if I find the right fit in the and area.... it's way too long for me in the legs. Forget mens stuff.... doesn't hit the curves right on women.
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ok well FKNA i think we should get with boddy and if we all work on it maybe me and you doing the custom paints in our spare and them working on the rest.. as long as i get my kick back to cover my paints and so forth im good..
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