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Re: E-Bass

Sorry bro. I couldn't agree more.

Unfortunately every time we run a photo of a female, you guys post all sorts of ill pervy stuff about them and they won't let us take their picture again. So now you're stuck with my fat, ugly mug.

You reap what you sow I guess.
 

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I have one thought Vanson leathers. Saved me from alot of pain. Always buy the best then you are never dissappointed. Made in USA the manager was great even spent the time to give me a tour of the factory a get off at 130 vansons product did not fail unlike like the Joe Rocket gloves.
 

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In that case you should feel free to exercise the right to run your e-mag as you see fit and pull those posts off the site. There will be the typical few who will spout off about socialist this and free speech that and blah blah blah lacking the perspective to see this is a motorcycle rag and not the rewritting of the constitution. But in the end we won't get a bunch of drooling tactless hard legs preventing the rest of us from enjoying proper motorcycle models- no offense to you.
 

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Racing style, not a racing jacket.

I guess the review should have said "cafe`racing" style. The bottom line is it's a nice thick comfortable jacket that I'm quite happy with. If you don't like it then there are plenty of other options out there for you to choose from.
 

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Our own Sarnali did this review? Nice job on it. You do have to realize that no matter what you review, what you say, or what is presented, there are always the complainers and whiners. You know, the guys that ride for 3 monts and know everything.
 

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Heh, I've had the chance to, um, field test the Fox Creek jacket. It really does kick ass. I doubt I'd want it for track riding, but with a 60mph lowside on the DC beltway this past summer, and the jacket is damn near unmarked. A little more character, perhaps, but it's held up like a champ. Taken a couple of minor spills on it too, and the damn thing seems indestructable. I fully expect to pass it on to my grandkids (whenever I actually get around to having kids, that is).



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