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Posted on Sat, Apr 30, 2005 05:51

tried to start this as a new topic but i don't see it there yet so...i guess it qualifies as a hobby/interest.
i'm interested in knowing where the ladies who ride there own and who do at least some distance riding buy their stuff. it seems to have gotten better over the years but i am personally sick of the purely decorative leathers and clothes...need more sources of functional, wellfitting, goodlooking STUFF!!! would prefer not to buy from the HD dealership and spend twice what it's worth too...doesn't matter to me if it's online, catalog, or real shop...tell me what you know!



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Posted on Tue, May 24, 2005 12:47

Jamminleather(dot)com

Great selection and prices!



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Posted on Wed, May 04, 2005 13:29


blondeharleygirl write:

We aren't all built the same.



Which is exactly what we love about you. So many tempting choices in so many shapes and sizes. MMMM MMM Good! Right guys? Anyway, I hereby volunteer to do any measuring that any of you ladies may need to have done to ensure you get the proper fit.



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Posted on Tue, May 03, 2005 19:04


pamz write:
thanks to everyone for the diff. websites and ideas. Will be checking each one out. BHgirl I left you a longwinded message about vests on your other post..mine has strech side panels, zips up the back and ties up the front allowing for a more or less 'custom fit' unfortunately for me i don't like where it stops on my waist..and it's not the easiest thing to get in and out of. Now if it zipped up the front,laced up the back and was a few in longer in the waist....perfect! i need a source for a customleather tailor!



Thanks...read the post..They just don't realize how hard it is. We aren't all built the same.



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Posted on Tue, May 03, 2005 09:35

thanks to everyone for the diff. websites and ideas. Will be checking each one out. BHgirl I left you a longwinded message about vests on your other post..mine has strech side panels, zips up the back and ties up the front allowing for a more or less 'custom fit' unfortunately for me i don't like where it stops on my waist..and it's not the easiest thing to get in and out of. Now if it zipped up the front,laced up the back and was a few in longer in the waist....perfect! i need a source for a customleather tailor!



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Posted on Sun, May 01, 2005 18:11


pamz write:
wow..lined chaps..now those i'd be interested in! hate being cold! and hate the sticky feeling of leather in hot weather too! I will check out these recomended sites too..thanks everyone! i in particular have trouble with gloves esp warm weather gloves..i like them with some stretch in them so they fit nice but they don't make many of those for women...fullfingered that is


There are quite a few places here that sell lined chaps...Mine are lined as well. Very nice to ride in.. I Bought mine at a local store - B & S Unlimited but also Papa's Leather Barn here locally, who travels to the large events (Laughlin for instance) sells lined chaps and they have a website



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Posted on Sat, Apr 30, 2005 15:32

pamz
i bought my gloves at a bike show--they are summer full finger--cushioned palms--vent holes on the top--they fit good--they have GP riders on the glove themselves

  


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Posted on Sat, Apr 30, 2005 15:25


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bransonwholesale dot com ...not a huge selection but great prices

HD Kool site, Thanx



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Posted on Sat, Apr 30, 2005 12:35

wow..lined chaps..now those i'd be interested in! hate being cold! and hate the sticky feeling of leather in hot weather too! I will check out these recomended sites too..thanks everyone! i in particular have trouble with gloves esp warm weather gloves..i like them with some stretch in them so they fit nice but they don't make many of those for women...fullfingered that is



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Posted on Sat, Apr 30, 2005 11:44

...not a huge selection but great prices



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Posted on Sat, Apr 30, 2005 11:39


pamz write:
tried to start this as a new topic but i don't see it there yet so...i guess it qualifies as a hobby/interest.
i'm interested in knowing where the ladies who ride there own and who do at least some distance riding buy their stuff. it seems to have gotten better over the years but i am personally sick of the purely decorative leathers and clothes...need more sources of functional, wellfitting, goodlooking STUFF!!! would prefer not to buy from the HD dealership and spend twice what it's worth too...doesn't matter to me if it's online, catalog, or real shop...tell me what you know!



i gotten alot of my stuff on ebay from
HEMPANDHAWG--the chaps i have are lined--this way if i'm off to party someplace during the day in really hot weather long highway ride--i can wear shorts and the chaps don't stick--anything i have gotten from them has been of a good quailty

  


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Posted on Sat, Apr 30, 2005 09:16

Pamz alot of stuff for men is not decorative and fits well, I buy mens chaps because they fit good and not fancy, I don't need to look pretty to ride. You can't see me when I am breezin by ya anyway....lol



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Posted on Sat, Apr 30, 2005 08:57

Checkout bikerleather dot com

Lots of leather stuff for men and women. Saddlebags also. I've bought a few things there with pretty good luck, very inexpensive also



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