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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-21-2007, 02:25 PM Thread Starter
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Pants came in 2day.

I was out riding this morning doing the casual boring things in life, going to the bank, picking up paperwork for school, grabbing something to eat. I come home, park the bike and walk inside. I sit down at the computer and check my email. 1 unread message from Newenough.com. It's my order receipt for a pair of size 32 Joe Rocket Speedmaster pants. In the email it provides a tracking number for ups. I check it out and it says delievered. At this point I am like

It is at that time my eyes begin to wonder across the living room where I spot this oh so beautiful cardboard box just sitting there. At first I am confused as to how it is there but then I remember the gf was coming to pick up some things while I was out. Thats when I get excited. Of course inside lay my new pair of pants. I through my jeans on the floor and try on the new pair of pants. Kinda of snug and not very flexible but I get a feeling of great security in them. I go for a ride and at first am a little upset that the pants restrict some of my lower body movement. This could just be the pants are brand new and not worn in, or I'm not use to ever wearing leather pants, Probly both. Overall I am very pleased with them and newenough for getting them to me in just 5 days.

Can take pics right now so that will have to wait till tonight when the gf comes over with her camera. Untill then here is a link to the pants...

http://newenough.com/protective_appa...ort_pants.html

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Those are good pants. Enjoy.


I wanted a set of those pants with the Speedmaster 5.0 jacket with the race hump, they discontinued it though. Now I can't find a 2-piece suit with a race hump at all!

It looks like the pucks are velcroed on, are they?
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Aren't all pucks velcroed on????

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they make the one i posted in a strap on version
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Aren't all pucks velcroed on????
All That I'm aware of.



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Aren't all pucks velcroed on????
Well, I would probably say they are. But when I was looking at like A* suits, they didn't seem that obvious. Plus, I've seen the guys who get sparks flying from their knee on the ground and figured that it would have to be like "spin locked" into a holder to do that. Dunno, not smart on that area...
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Well, I would probably say they are. But when I was looking at like A* suits, they didn't seem that obvious. Plus, I've seen the guys who get sparks flying from their knee on the ground and figured that it would have to be like "spin locked" into a holder to do that. Dunno, not smart on that area...
Those are most likely titanium pucks. They spark.



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