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Old 12-07-2013, 11:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Last year I wanted to buy the best helmet possible for both looks and performance. According to my taste that meant i had to figure a way to buy a sweet protection helmet. After one season with it I can say its worth it, and I'm not buying any other helment brand moving forward. I did a little digging into some of their other stuff and some of their outerwear looks pretty good too.

If you are interested here is their site
Sweet Protection | 2013/2014


and here is a place you can order a lot of their product from and have it shipped to NA.

Sweet Protection - Skistore

When/if my current helmet expires this is my next one for sure.
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Old 12-07-2013, 11:20 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 12-07-2013, 11:26 AM   #3 (permalink)
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From a practical standpoint, what does $350 buy you that $150 doesn't? Particularly when one good impact means time to go shopping again.
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Old 12-07-2013, 11:30 AM   #4 (permalink)
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So whats the difference in you posting this ad versus a company directly posting it? Because I'm pretty sure if a company posted this they'd get ripped a new one.

And these helmets are neither the best looking or best performing helmet.
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Old 12-07-2013, 11:39 AM   #5 (permalink)
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So whats the difference in you posting this ad versus a company directly posting it? Because I'm pretty sure if a company posted this they'd get ripped a new one.

And these helmets are neither the best looking or best performing helmet.
The difference is that he's an active contributing member with a lot of posts, and as far as we know not personally profiting from the sales of this product. This is more in the nature of a PSA or a review, which members do quite often.

I'm a bit concerned about people jumping down other people's throats lately about what they're posting. That can tend to have a chilling effect on the membership, where people hesitate to post something lest they get flamed. Let the mods and admins make those decisions. Report the post if you think it's spam.

OTOH, when it's an obvious spammer, it's open season.
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Old 12-07-2013, 12:00 PM   #6 (permalink)
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So whats the difference in you posting this ad versus a company directly posting it? Because I'm pretty sure if a company posted this they'd get ripped a new one.

And these helmets are neither the best looking or best performing helmet.
Douche,

The difference is im trying to provide people with information which will help them increase the style, class and taste. Make them better.

See, if we are at the same party (which would never happen, unless I was at some kind of fund raiser for what ever retard issue you have) you would be wearing diesel jeans, square toed kenneth cole shoes and a striped american eagle button up with a piece of cheese hanging from your lip. Id be the guy wearing grey wool pants from Zegna, shoes from salvatore ferragamo, a Tom Ford V-neck, a Vacheron and Constatin Overseas watch with a professional salsa dancer on my arm.

What im doing is a service. Opening people up to something better then what they currently have, and would most likely never normally have a chance to find.

Does that make sense our should I paint another picture?
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Old 12-07-2013, 12:08 PM   #7 (permalink)
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From a practical standpoint, what does $350 buy you that $150 doesn't? Particularly when one good impact means time to go shopping again.
From a practical standpoint? ugh.
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Douche,

The difference is im trying to provide people with information which will help them increase the style, class and taste. Make them better.

See, if we are at the same party (which would never happen, unless I was at some kind of fund raiser for what ever retard issue you have) you would be wearing diesel jeans, square toed kenneth cole shoes and a striped american eagle button up with a piece of cheese hanging from your lip. Id be the guy wearing grey wool pants from Zegna, shoes from salvatore ferragamo, a Tom Ford V-neck, a Vacheron and Constatin Overseas watch with a professional salsa dancer on my arm.

What im doing is a service. Opening people up to something better then what they currently have, and would most likely never normally have a chance to find.

Does that make sense our should I paint another picture?
well, i think we figured out who the real douche is.
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Old 12-07-2013, 12:57 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Sassycaia has the cash and knows what wants. I would like him to buy a small ski resort and fly us poor folk down for weekends.
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Sassycaia has the cash and knows what wants. I would like him to buy a small ski resort and fly us poor folk down for weekends.
Sassycaia - brilliant misspelling
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