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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-17-2010, 05:15 PM Thread Starter
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WTB: L/XL White forces

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Looking for some Union Forces in white, size L/XL.

PM me please.
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Bumping this up.

Hopefully the next offer will come from someone who doesn't offer me a pair, then back out and sell them elsewhere without saying anything.
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I may part with my Green pair.... They're literally in brand new shape.

You could do some painting and have sick custom ones. Pm me if you're interested

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I may part with my Green pair.... They're literally in brand new shape.

You could do some painting and have sick custom ones. Pm me if you're interested
I have a pair of green ones.

Most of the "sick custom ones" are put together with pieces from different pairs. Paint & bindings don't go together IMO...
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It's fine on non flexing parts. But I don't paint my bindings either... Just tossing out an alternative for you.

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