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post #31 of 32 (permalink) Old 11-24-2012, 07:04 AM
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On that note, he should wear kevlar re-inforced slacks/jeans. They make stylish attire that provides protection.
They don't make the jeans stylish enough for Wes. The nearest he will wear to protective jeans are some Dethkillers.

Wes is an odd duck. He wears a ton of gear, more than most people I know, and swears by its use. However, around town, he's unable to overcome his need to look a certain way. That's why he doesn't wear good leg protection, but he still wears a separate full coverage back protector. Both may be subjectively ugly, but only one is readily visible.

The perceived pressure of the world around, either society as a whole or our peer groups, plays a big role in safety gear choices for everyone. Most won't admit that, though.



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Literally just got these shipped last week, and with the removable liner and getting a pair in 2XL, I can slide them over my jeans and ride to work in the 30's and actually be hot when I get off the bike. Plus they have great knee/shin protection, some padded areas around the arse/hips, and in the summer I can take the liner out and they breathe well enough too. Found them for $100 dollars. With how easy they are to get on/off, there is no reason not to wear them.
If you don't mind, could I ask you where you found them for that price? I've been searching around and seeing then in the $140-$150 range.
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