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post #1 of 6 Old 04-30-2005, 8:48 PM Thread Starter
 
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Shift Leathers

I just got a catalog for Shift riding gear. Has anyone ever heard of them or seen there products. It looks like good quality gear.
www.shiftracing.com
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Re: Shift Leathers

They've been around for a long time in dirt gear. They are now doing street gear due to the SuperMoto craze.
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Re: Shift Leathers

no knee-sliders?
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Re: Shift Leathers

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I just got a catalog for Shift riding gear. Has anyone ever heard of them or seen there products. It looks like good quality gear.
www.shiftracing.com
Page 25. 'Nuff said.
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Re: Shift Leathers

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no knee-sliders?
"Products for the street" - you don't need 'em.


If you're so inclined, you can drag the "Injection-Molded TPU Shift logos on the knees". Of course, they don't stick out 2 inches, so maybe you can't.
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Re: Shift Leathers

Be careful. Just cuz it's the 2005 catalog, doesn't mean that it's all available. My friend ordered a jacket and was told "oh, we don't make that one anymore, that's last year's jacket and we're out". Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe it's a Fox subsidiary.
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