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May 16, 2004, 11:30 PM

OK guys

this summer will be balls out hot....

i need a recommendation for a good overpant to wear over work slacks. i don't wanna ruin a good pair of slacks by putting them out in the wind/dirt of a commute.

i think i'm gonna get that joe rocket rio jacket since i hear it feels like u are just wearing a T shirt when u ride...and it's only 80bucks at new enough.

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May 17, 2004, 06:24 AM

best thing to do is wear normal riding style pants....perf leather works great.....then purchace some removable sattle bags or tank bag (if your riding to work I take it you already have some sort of "bag" for your lunch or whatever)...if you iron your slacks...just roll them up nice and tight and they wont wrinkle...then when you get to work just unroll and put on...been doing that for almost two years now, no problems...


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May 17, 2004, 06:39 AM

I've been using the Aerostich Darien Pants for almost 5 years. Actually started to write a review on them but never finished it.

They are not cool (temp) but you can wear suit pants under them and not have to worry about wrinkles. They cost as much as perf leather but they are so easy to put on and take off plus they have armor. I find I wear them a lot more than I do my Vanson perf pants. The last thing you need is your boss walking into your office and find you with your leather pants around your ankles.

More info:
http://www.aerostich.com/riderwearho...N/products/155

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