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  1. I am becoming a rider again, after so many years of being inactive... I need to equip myself properly, and I am only familiar with a lot of oldies brands, the ones that everyone can name from memory. However, this is 2020, and there maybe other brands that are just as good. First of all, where do you shop for rider's gear? is Cycle Gear a good start? Do any of you ride with an "air bag" jacket? as in Dainese Smart Jacket? Is "BILT" a good brand? never heard about it before. I do not compromise with safety. I always ride with all the necessary PPE, and with risk, my motto is ALARP/A (As low as reasonably possible/achievable). That being said, Texas is hot and humid most of the year. I would be great to get advice and recommendation for those of you who don't ride in shorts, T shirts and flip flops... Thanks for chiming in...
  2. Essentially new. I guess I had an Imelda Marcos moment years ago and got these along with a work boot purchase. Size 12 fits more like a 12.5 (I wear 47 Sidi's and 13 street shoes w/ a narrow foot). Buttery soft oiled leather only worn twice in warm, dry weather. These are pretty badass and if I had an old R20 or something vintage I'd hold onto them for rare occasions. You can still find these in sizes 6-7 tiny, but no longer available in manly sizes.
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