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Administrator 03-24-2008 11:47 AM

Harley-Davidson FXRG Nylon Jacket Review
 

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pushrod 03-24-2008 12:04 PM

Well- the doubleclick ads work, but the link doesn't...

TheFox 03-24-2008 02:46 PM

Bizarre
 
Ok, if the photo is of Chicago Heights (and I'm about 95% certain it is) that house at the T-intersection used to be where my buddy lived 10 years ago in high school. I hung out there all the time. Small, strange world.

longride 03-25-2008 04:44 AM

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Originally Posted by TheFox (Post 181193)
Ok, if the photo is of Chicago Heights (and I'm about 95% certain it is) that house at the T-intersection used to be where my buddy lived 10 years ago in high school. I hung out there all the time. Small, strange world.

Not Chicago Heights, but is is a small world. :-D

sarnali2 03-25-2008 08:00 AM

I'm sold on Goretex riding gear myself. Leather looks cool with better abrasion resistance and all, but a good Goretex suit is to me more comfortable to wear. They have a wider temperature range and for the most part are waterproof. Since most of the year there's a 20~30% chance of rain on any given day around here they just make more sense. The only down side is they get muggy when you're at a standstill on hot days so some areas they may not be the best but for here they work.

That FXRG line is actually supposed to be rated pretty highly from the leather gear to the textile stuff, I know a few guys who have the leather coats and they swear by them.

schizuki 12-31-2011 01:01 PM

Hmmm. If Loud Pipes Save Lives, why wear low-viz gear? Harley jackets should be neon green or yellow. Or patterned like one of Herb Tarlek's blazers. It's all about being conspicuous for safety, right?


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