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post #1 of 5 Old Feb 11th, 2007, 5:41 pm Thread Starter
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BEST Ridin Gear??

Hello!
iam new to this forum but this company is well respected in many other 2 wheel forums with like interests, their line of clothing is top notch!!
the "Adventure Riders" swear by it

check the"SAVE YOUR HIDE" &"TESTIMONIALS"in the upperright

http://motoport.com/

thx dave

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Hello!
iam new to this forum but this company is well respected in many other 2 wheel forums with like interests, their line of clothing is top notch!!
the "Adventure Riders" swear by it

check the"SAVE YOUR HIDE" &"TESTIMONIALS"in the upperright

http://motoport.com/

thx dave
I bought my boots from them, but picked up my suit from Aerostitch. It was mostly just preference since both have good reps.

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Boots?

They sell Boots????

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It is great protection, but beware custom fit suits. http://www.bmwlt.com/forums/showthre...15528#poststop

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I have to stick up for Motoport. I recently bought a custom jacket and pants (I'm heavy nobody else had anything off the rack that fit) from Motoport. I did have to pay a "custom" charge. The fit and quality are excellent. I talked to the sales people several times and never had a problem.

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