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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-05-2009, 05:48 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for some garb to wear over my pants that I can put on & take off easily. I ride my bike for work but need to look respectable in my meetings. Also note I'm a little rotund but quite short in stature. So size is a problem.

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RAM Mount
Kuryakyn 12 volt socket
paint Speedo and Tach
LED turn sigs
LED Brake
KAW luggage rack
Spiders Den Laptop Bag
KAW Saddlebag kit
Bridgestone Exedras
Protac Backrest
Kuryakyn Levers, Grips & Throttle Boss
Spencer seat w/B&H cover
new ignition switch
handlebar clock
cup holder
Mutazu bags
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V&H Cruzers
New Fuel Tank & Fenders

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-05-2009, 06:26 PM
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can u leave a change of cloths at work ?? not knowiing your options theres 2 ways to tackle this

are u lookin for dry and warm or just warm...
I live in seattle so i have a snowmobile like riding suit thats good t below freezing i love it but it is cumbersome and akward to take on and off...

My chaps were the best thing i ever bought easy on and off , small ,light weight , stops a light rain for a short while...

leather jacked does well on the above properties as well

a haevy down poor will make u look like u wet our pants...

September to july i wear long johns they keep a lot of heat in and then i layer and try to make the outside layer wind proof the more wind i can cut out the warmer my body remains...

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Did you see this post?

And all the ones refered to in that one?

Somewhere in there is a post of mine with links to cold weather oversuits.


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