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Old 04-13-2009, 01:06 PM   #21
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my wife has a two piece Dainese Luce set she's thinking of selling,
she's 5'10!!
she wanted to look like cat woman but these were the closest she could get just kidding
they are predominantly black with Dainese emblem and white lettering.
she's a size 4 if that helps.
Yeah I wish I were still a size 4 maybe in a couple of months. How much and whats the style so I can look it up


I found the draggin jeans that look really cute and have the kevliar but with a 32' inseam those would be up around my calfs when i am riding not to mention just walking around how short they would be.
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Old 04-13-2009, 09:51 PM   #23
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Yeah I wish I were still a size 4 maybe in a couple of months. How much and whats the style so I can look it up


I found the draggin jeans that look really cute and have the kevliar but with a 32' inseam those would be up around my calfs when i am riding not to mention just walking around how short they would be.
she's still undeceided but I think will sell!

this is about the only thing I could find doing a quick search, doesn't do them much justice though
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5'10" with 33" inseam - If you want protective riding pants, go with Olympia. I wear the mens version but they have a womens also of the Airglide 2. Mesh with cortech in the important "slide" areas, padding on the hips, and CE armour for your knees. The bottoms are left long intentionally so they can be hemmed up before the full ankle-to-hip zipper starts.

For jeans, I'm sure you already know that Old Navy sells nearly everything in a tall/long version. Good for making sure they don't ride up when you're on the bike.
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