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post #11 of 54 (permalink) Old 08-04-2012, 07:34 AM
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maybe if you live in Colorado. in the PNW Gore is still king.
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maybe if you live in Colorado. in the PNW Gore is still king.
yeah just my opinion. many will disagree I'm sure

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Tight. As tight as you can find.

Then what you need to do is set your angles to +90/-90... super narrow too. And for the love of god don't forget to stick your arms out ramrod straight, to either side of your body at all times while riding.
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waste of money. so many knock off membranes out there now that are just as good if not better and you don't have to pay an extra $100 for it saying goretex.
Keywords "knock off". Any of the copycats that work just as well are not cheaper. The cheaper ones suckass.

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maybe if you live in Colorado. in the PNW Gore is still king.
We don't need it here, but its nice to be protected. I've got 2 "cheap" pairs of pants that just get heavy and wet after a couple seasons, my GTX perform like new still.

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yeah just my opinion. many will disagree I'm sure
yea they will. There are some cool companies out there and cool newish products like Cocona that work great, but their 30k gear from like FDwear or Homeschool is hardly cheaper.

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Tight. As tight as you can find.

Then what you need to do is set your angles to +90/-90... super narrow too. And for the love of god don't forget to stick your arms out ramrod straight, to either side of your body at all times while riding.


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Chaps...for the mostess

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The tight pants narrow stance style looks like complete shit.
Been seeing a lot of the up and coming riders with that narrow stance. Sure they can spin quicker or something (they have to have a positive for it) but it makes their style look like shit in my opinion.

Anyways back to real question. Neither tight pants or super baggy pants. Just big enough to be comfortable and give you good movement.


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Straight jibbers do it. You can spin faster, but you loss all of your stability. It is absolutely retarded. If I see a video part with someone with a stance like that I turn it off. It ruins it.

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And THAT kids is a fool proof method to having steeze!

Laughed out so hard at this
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yea tight/skinny pants are dope


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