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It's that time again. I need advice for my hubby's Christmas gifts

He mentioned that he wanted the following:
-Waxing/tuning kit
-slam shorts
-compression shirt
-padded shirt with spine protection

I don't even know where to start??? I dont know the brands that are good. Please help

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-padded skirt with spine protection
Sounds like your man is subtly hinting at his kink you didn't know about.

I'd follow that path

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Sounds like your man is subtly hinting at his kink you didn't know about.

I'd follow that path

Haaa!

On serious note X-Bionic makes the best compression base layers, period (imo). Horrendously expensive but worth every penny.
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Go with the wax and tuning gear and then get him some mma lessons. That way he can take care of his gear and also learn how to fall and take a beating.
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Any suggestions for the tuning kit?? I know he needs an iron but I'm not sure which is good.
Oh, and he takes mma already.
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Was going to get the DYe slam shorts. Any opinions ??
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Hey I have a pair of Dye slam shorts and I can say they have done wonders for me in the past, I'd recommend getting him those if you haven't already. However if he does do a lot of park riding there are other slam pant varieties that cover the knees as well as the shins to protect from rails and such (might be other brands and not just Dye variety). Also I dunno if he has a pair already but wristguards are definitely a must have and are more important to me than the slam shorts IMO. As for the waxing kits there are a plethora to choose from but if you can try to find an iron that doesn't have any holes so it wont be able to fill with wax. Also try to find plastic versus metal scrapers so he will be less likely to damage the base of his board while trying to throw on a fresh wax job. Hope that helps some tho!


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