Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Milwaukee Suburbs
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Like you said "fair enough"
We can disagree as to which side of the safety gear debate we are on.
I don't see why it makes it "pussyish" though. Pro's have foam pits and million dollar training facilities, many of us learn by hard knocks. Why cut our already short season shorter from an injury I can prevent.
If by chance we met up and rode, I may not be the best but I can drink beer with the best of them and keep up in the park or jumps to a point only been riding 3 years. I don't see how this makes me or anyone else "pussyish"
Again we will just be on opposite ends on this debate and again for the OP'er get what makes you comfortable and grow to be a better rider. You dont always need to wear them. It's nice to have them in the gear tote and a short walk to the car if I change my mind
-I'm Slyder and I suffer from "Gummer Syndrome"