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Hein Gericke Celtic Leathers?

What do you guys know about Hein Gericke Celtic Leathers quality. From what I can see they look to be pretty good. http://sportbiketrackgear2.homestead...ke_celtic.html

The only other thing I'm concerned about is the back protector. A race back protector should fit okay under it right? Im thinking along the lines of this http://www.alpinestars.com/Tech_Race.../p/650504.html
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ive heard of em, but never owned anything. based on that site, go 4 it. if you dont like em, return em. says u can do that, so go 4it
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Hein Gericke is great stuff, and those leathers are

Actually, I think there was a member here (was it Knight?) who had those. Seriously great looking leathers.
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Hein Gericke is great stuff, and those leathers are

Actually, I think there was a member here (was it Knight?) who had those. Seriously great looking leathers.
sweet, im gonna go for it. $500 for track leathers
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anyone know anything about the back protectors? will basically any protector work under any other leather suit?
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anyone know anything about the back protectors? will basically any protector work under any other leather suit?
should
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Hein Gericke is great stuff, and those leathers are

Actually, I think there was a member here (was it Knight?) who had those. Seriously great looking leathers.
Yes Dave has a set of them. He apparently likes them.
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anyone know anything about the back protectors? will basically any protector work under any other leather suit?
You gotta make sure you get the full size ones that wrap around you, not the ones that go in the little pocket on the inside back of the suit.
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You gotta make sure you get the full size ones that wrap around you, not the ones that go in the little pocket on the inside back of the suit.
roger roger...thanks
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Leathers...

I like how they have guys wearing the suits to show the fit... Every site should do that.
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get an a* dont waste your money on some unknown brand
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get an a* dont waste your money on some unknown brand
Hein Gericke is not an unknown brand.
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Hein Gericke is not an unknown brand.
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I like how they have guys wearing the suits to show the fit... Every site should do that.
that is really helpful. STG in general is a great site.
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That is an retarded and uninformed comment. Do your homework.
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they make great stuff.
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that is really helpful. STG in general is a great site.

That is an retarded and uninformed comment. Do your homework.

they make great stuff.
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