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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 07-23-2006, 09:15 AM Thread Starter
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what do you wear under your leathes?

What do you guys wear under your leathers?
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I strongly reccomend long sleeves..... it makes it eaiser to get them on and off.

After trying a water-wicking fabric ( under armor or similar ) I am never going
back..... it is so much more comfortable.... you dry out completely between
sessions instead of wearing a damp T-Shirt all day.

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Synthetic, quick drying, wicking t-shirt and cycle shorts.

Underarmor is expensive and has become trendy but it does work.

Never a bad time to climb... unless the weather is really horrible, and then you climb inside!

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Nothing comes between me and my leathers .... or is that my Calvins ... I forget.
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Synthetic, quick drying, wicking t-shirt and cycle shorts.

Underarmor is expensive and has become trendy but it does work.

I thought it was a green speedo??

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I thought it was a green speedo??

When I need that extra edge out there I slide the speedo on under it all. It makes Chills feel sexy.

Never a bad time to climb... unless the weather is really horrible, and then you climb inside!

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Underarmor. Also, boxer-breifs. There's not much worse than shifting your weight, putting a knee down, and realizing that you caught a nut between your leg and the seat. Simply unpleasent.

I've been known to wear women's underwear, too - but that's over the leathers...
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There's not much worse than shifting your weight, putting a knee down, and realizing that you caught a nut between your leg and the seat. Simply unpleasent.
god i've done that in normal street gear... Almost high sided...

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Anyone use the Kushitani Coolmax suit? I've seen some people at track days using them, wonder how they compare to the UA gear.

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