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ewok1 10-06-2004 12:57 PM

yeah, i deserved that
but post you're picture, you gotta be ready. and you noticed i didn't post my picture. like the old rhyme goes:

i know my face ain't no star, but i don't mind it, cuz i'm behind it. the folks in front get the jar.

Ralph_Angelo 10-06-2004 03:33 PM

Re: Joe Rocket Dry Tech Liner
New enough absolutely rocks. Great stuff, great prices. Even better service and shipping. Good company to deal with!

idml 10-06-2004 04:10 PM

Re: Joe Rocket Dry Tech Liner
The combination I wear is a Phoenix with a dry liner and a heated vest. With this combination I'm confortable from 10c to +35c.

Add one more sweat shirt I'm good down to 5c


yamahard350 10-07-2004 12:43 AM

Re: Joe Rocket Dry Tech Liner
Well, actually, this is about the Pheonix Jacket

more than the liner. I've got one, and used it

for the past couple of months. However, I cannot seem to find a post from anyone who has actually crashed one of these.

[b]Anyone know how good the jacket is in a crash?[b]

George99S3T 10-07-2004 02:13 AM

Re: Awesome!!!
The look on his face looks just like my 6 month old baby just before he fills his diaper.

mile_eater 10-07-2004 04:33 AM

Re: Joe Rocket Dry Tech Liner
JAC dropped his GPZ at the dragon a couple weeks ago. He had nothing but praise for the Phoenix. A little road rash on his arm that was gone the next day.

Hard shoulder impact that didn't even leave a bruise.

Good stuff.

stoney8888 10-07-2004 04:34 AM

Re: So what about something like...
The only way I would try bull fighting is if I was drunk.

iamz 10-07-2004 06:10 AM

Re: Joe Rocket Dry Tech Liner
I have the Santa Fe which I think is pretty similar and in a low speed dump off my Dual sport I had nothing other than a bruise on my forearm. I could find no damage to the Jacket.

anrajala 10-07-2004 12:03 PM

Re: Awesome!!!
Looking at their photos it would be obvious they met in a rehab.

- cruiz-euro

anrajala 10-07-2004 12:09 PM

Re: So what about something like...
Hemingway's receipe for martini was that you pour the gin in the glass - as for vermouth, it is enough if there is an opened bottle somewhere nearby. I don't think he played too much golf.

- cruiz-euro

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