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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-13-2007, 06:09 PM Thread Starter
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RSTaichi Velocity Summer Gloves

Just picked up these sweet summer gloves from local store.

RS Taichi Velocity leather (perforated)/ carbon. Excellent summer gloves if anyone is looking for some. $59.99
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-13-2007, 09:05 PM
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Hm, I'm in the market for some. Decent price. Thanks!

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yeah this is my 2nd pair of RS TaiChi gloves, my cool weather gloves are RS Taichi gauntlet style. I've been very pleased with the RS Taichi brand
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Good to know, I don't know much about the brand.

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Just picked up these sweet summer gloves from local store.

RS Taichi Velocity leather (perforated)/ carbon. Excellent summer gloves if anyone is looking for some. $59.99
I'll stick w/ my icons, for 40 bucks they cant be beat for summer riding.
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Good to know, I don't know much about the brand.
RS Taichi is a top notch Japanese brand. They specialize in premium off-the-shelf stuff but they can do custom work too. You just have to wait for about six months for the custom work, but they can do it. Kus-h-i-tani is another similar Japanese brand. Apparently I have to re-spell Ku****ani because otherwise it gets filtered out like this.

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RS Taichi is a top notch Japanese brand. They specialize in premium off-the-shelf stuff but they can do custom work too. You just have to wait for about six months for the custom work, but they can do it. Kus-h-i-tani is another similar Japanese brand. Apparently I have to re-spell Ku****ani because otherwise it gets filtered out like this.
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