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Old 09-26-2010, 10:32 PM   #91
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Just placed the order for 2 pair shorts and a shirt,, hope they work as well as promised.. :)
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Old 01-31-2011, 04:57 PM   #92
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Great little WAREHOUSE SALE! going on here at this time. Last years models. Great deals on an AWESOME product.
I wear these at work as an ED RN and up and running all night. They had some cotton ones in this style and jumped on those. Along with some smaller sizes for the boy.
Of course I ordered mine before I let you guys know. :
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Old 02-03-2011, 11:01 AM   #93
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Great little WAREHOUSE SALE! going on here at this time. Last years models. Great deals on an AWESOME product.
I wear these at work as an ED RN and up and running all night. They had some cotton ones in this style and jumped on those. Along with some smaller sizes for the boy.
Of course I ordered mine before I let you guys know. :
These 'Youth" sizes in the LDComfort Riding Shorts are for waist measurements down to 22 inches. After this sale there won't be anymore, so if you have younger riders who travel long distance with you or do any dirt/off road riding, then get them now. The new Women's Combo Tops are also in this sale. Women know why they need these.
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Old 08-16-2011, 12:29 PM   #94
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im 37" waist, should I go L or XL? I'm worried that L will be a little tight, as this is normally the case, but it's not always the case!
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Old 08-21-2011, 10:43 AM   #95
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im 37" waist, should I go L or XL? I'm worried that L will be a little tight, as this is normally the case, but it's not always the case!
On the LDComfort products we size by the tape measure so it is sure to fit. When you are using a tape measure (measure above the belt line) you should be correct. Do not go up another size until you reach that next measurement. At 37" you would still be a large. Realize also that our garments are not designed to be worn tight. The fit should be what I call, "A gentle hug."

The size chart is the same for women who order the Combo Top. Measure the ribs just below the bust-line and do not pick a larger size until you get there. http://www.ldcomfort.com/combotop.htm

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Old 08-21-2011, 10:59 AM   #96
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Long Sleeve Shirt in color

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Mario- I've got three pair of your shorts, and three pair of your tights. I love them.

I just bought one of your shirts, and I anticipate I'm going to love that, too.

Do you have the ability to make the shirts in another color? I'd like to see the option of a gray shirt.

I wear black riding pants and a Hi-Viz jacket. When my jacket is off, I feel like Johnny Cash (The Man in Black) walking around.

I'd sure like an option for a different colored shirt...
If you go to the website www.LDComfort.com and click on the Long Sleeve Shirt you can see there are now a light blue and also pink shirts. These shirts have a zipper in the front and are my new favorite. This is a limited edition so if you want one, get one now. The blue shirts are moving out faster than the pink but the pink is very attractive. Women's Combo-Tops are also in the same blue and pink colors.

These shirts are your cooling garment in the high heat. No need to add another garment for cooling.
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Old 09-27-2011, 03:07 PM   #97
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Hey there! Just heard about this from a buddy and decided to come on here and ask about it some more. I wear Forcefield armored shorts while riding and no matter what type of underwear I've tried (cotton, polyester, microfiber) after several hours in the saddle, the chafing is too bad to bear. I wonder if these shorts are the answer to my problems?

I typically ride 1 or 2 day trips at 10-14 hours per day, and after just one day it hurts getting back on the day after due to the chafing...I have a 3 day ride with each day probably lasting 12 hours or so coming up, so I need a solution and FAST.

Will these shorts fit the bill?
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Old 09-27-2011, 08:27 PM   #98
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I ride 10-12 hours days in these LD shorts, but NOT in jeans, in motorcycle specific pants only. Works great for me on both bikes.
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Old 09-27-2011, 08:28 PM   #99
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I ride 10-12 hours days in these LD shorts, but NOT in jeans, in motorcycle specific pants only. Works great for me on both bikes.
With armored shorts on top, or just these, then the pants?

I use Rev'It textile gear (no jeans) on top of that.
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Old 11-09-2011, 10:27 AM   #100
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RoadRUNNER editors seem to choose them too

RoadRUNNER magazine also thinks they're great. Check out their recent blog

http://www.roadrunner.travel/wp/2011...undergarments/
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Old 11-09-2011, 01:58 PM   #101
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I like them, too. Rode for 3 days straight recently and for the first time ever, had no chafing or other issues. I was skeptical that these could solve my problem but they sure as heck did. I'm very happy and would have paid double knowing that they'd work so well (although at the current price, I'd rather not).
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Old 11-12-2011, 01:52 PM   #102
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I noticed your site does not accept PayPal.
PayPal has become my only "extra money" way to buy moto stuff.

Sell old crap on eBay - Buy new stuff for me

My hard earned "money" is for gas/food/lodging.......
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Old 11-13-2011, 04:47 AM   #103
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I noticed your site does not accept PayPal.
PayPal has become my only "extra money" way to buy moto stuff.

Sell old crap on eBay - Buy new stuff for me

My hard earned "money" is for gas/food/lodging.......
Funny, I find myself thinking the same way about PP and my account balance. Available balance = time to shop for new toys.
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Old 11-13-2011, 07:07 AM   #104
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Just though I would chime in and say this gear is awesome and a must have if you are going to be spending any serious time in the saddle... well worth the price of admission!
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Old 01-23-2012, 05:48 PM   #105
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LDComfort 2012

A note to mention the coupon code for LDComfort has been renewed for 2012. Find it in the Vendor section. Thanks so much...! Mario ô¿~)
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