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Old 08-29-2013, 06:05 AM   #136
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Him and his wife have been at the big sky rally in Montana for the past week, give him a chance to write back to you.
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Old 08-29-2013, 06:11 AM   #137
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Him and his wife have been at the big sky rally in Montana for the past week, give him a chance to write back to you.
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Old 09-02-2013, 02:32 PM   #138
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I am addicted to this stuff...had to order a smaller shirt..lost weight and ordered more Drymax socks..they are comfy and work
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Old 09-09-2013, 02:31 PM   #139
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LDComfort and Drymax socks

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Mario, regarding Drymax Work Crew socks: At size 8 to 8.5 depending on the shoe, I'm borderline between medium and large and don't like a tight sock. Which do you recommend and when do you expect to get more large size Drymax Work Crew socks in stock?

Also, do you ship any other way besides USPS priority? The cost from WA to FL was a bit more than expected.

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The general rule for LDComfort products is that you should not move up to the next size if you measure "between sizes." We do NOT make compression gear and none of our products are made to fit tight. I wear a size 12 boot that makes me an X-Large in the Drymax socks. I wear them every day. I have a pair of the Large and can wear it as well with no trouble. The Medium should work fine for you. I sent a private message with this information as well. Pick the first class shipping for smaller orders. USPS will default to Priority Shipping if the weight of the order makes it a better choice.

The Big Sky Rally in Montana was grand. I rode 1,200+ miles in 32 hours with a motel rest in the middle. I qualified as a "finisher" but was no where near a podium finish. The "Into The Unknown" rally in Big Sky Montana was hosted by Bob and Sylvie Torter and designed by Brian Roberts. The theme was to follow and learn the historic route of the Lewis and Clark expedition.
I saw some stunningly gorgeous scenery and danced around some huge storms in Oregon and Idaho. I use my LDComfort Long Sleeve Shirt as my cooling garment and never worried about the mid day heat.

Anyway....Thanks for all the great reports. If you tell other riders how well the LDComfort works they might try some and learn for themselves. :)
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Old 09-10-2013, 03:27 AM   #140
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I bought two pair of the new socks for my recent 18 day adventure and love them... best riding socks I have ever worn. I am going to have to get a few more pair...
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Old 12-24-2013, 01:23 PM   #141
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The general rule for LDComfort products is that you should not move up to the next size if you measure "between sizes." SNIP....

Anyway....Thanks for all the great reports. If you tell other riders how well the LDComfort works they might try some and learn for themselves. :)
I really like my shorts and the ADV discount (ADV7SHIP) but it would be great if you'd offer the PayPal option so I can tap into my on line (super secret) moto fund - I'd like to purchase gifts for others and prefer to use PP.

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Old 02-20-2014, 03:58 PM   #142
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I really like my shorts and the ADV discount (ADV7SHIP) but it would be great if you'd offer the PayPal option so I can tap into my on line (super secret) moto fund - I'd like to purchase gifts for others and prefer to use PP.

Thanks
We did try the PayPal option for LDComfort products but had to discontinue because PayPal can decide to hold funds if they decide there is a discrepancy. That was an uncomfortable situation for our company as well as our customers and there was little recourse. We do have a gift certificate option in our on-line store. Thanks so much! Mario
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Old 02-20-2014, 04:18 PM   #143
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Wearing my LD 1/4 zip top and pants skiing today. Awesome just like when I'm on the bike.
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Old 02-20-2014, 05:52 PM   #144
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Skiing too.

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Wearing my LD 1/4 zip top and pants skiing today. Awesome just like when I'm on the bike.
Yes, the LDComfort garments work very well for many activities. Skiing, hunting, kayaking, fishing, etc. Since the winter snows have covered much of the country people without power found they have no trouble because they wear their LDComfort in the house too.
Thanks for the feedback. :)
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Old 02-20-2014, 06:00 PM   #145
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Winter Helmet liner

Many of our friends ride in all weather and cold does not deter them from enjoying their rides. To help our customers we designed a winter helmet liner. We took the top of our popular helmet liner and added a thicker bottom to wrap the neck and face. The upper is thin enough to fit under the helmet and the lower is thick enough to protect from the cold. Both the upper and lower are made with the "dual layer fabric" that stays dry on the inside. I made a video to show the product.
You can see it here: http://ldcomfort.com/store/product.p...8&cat=6&page=1

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