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Re: [ST] Euro Trip
- Subject: Re: [ST] Euro Trip
- From: "chris matthews" <azurian52@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 30 Aug 2006 17:17:32 +0000
I bought a Frank Thomas Aqua force jacket a few months ago (£175 from Frank Thomas- in the sales at J&S motorcycles for £99) and have just returned from a long weekend in Holland. The weather was the worst i've experienced in years - torrential rain , hailstorms and flooded roads, but the jacket was perfect and didn't let in a drop of water. Pity the supposedly waterproof boots and gloves i've bought at bike shows and sales weren't the same quality. Ah well you pay your money etc.
> Date: Wed, 30 Aug 2006 09:46:46 -0700> From: halfast3@xxxxxxxxxxx> To: ST@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Subject: Re: [ST] Euro Trip> > On 30 Aug 2006, at 02:34, Emile Nossin wrote:> > > In my gore / sympa tex experience the water is usually soaked up by> the outer liner, becoming very heavy, very cold and eventually very> damp (pockets especially). The suit has to be hung for days before> it's all out again. <> > NikWax http://tinyurl.com/frw3u makes products which prevent fabrics> from absorbing water. I wash my gear with Nikwax's Tech Wash and> treat it with TX Direct. It's very effective!> > --> Rick in (occasionally rainy ;) Oregon > '01 Sprint ST> > > > _______________________________________________> Triumph Sprint ST/RS mailing list> Send list posts to ST@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Change your list options at www.Triumphnet.com
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