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robertohare

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robertohare says:

Wolf Clothing?

Wolf Titanium Outlast


Anyone know much about it ? personal use ?

plan on kittin me self out in the wolf titanium gear head to toe,?

 any comments./:wink:

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robertohare

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robertohare says:

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Wa ya recon?

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scottscott80

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scottscott80 says:

Really

Like the wolf jackets, too expensive for me though!

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haripotter12

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haripotter12 says:

abercrombie shirts

you can use cafepress to print your own designs on american appearal t-shirts. then you can buy them wholesale from your account and sell them wherever you would like

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biffbouncer

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biffbouncer says:

Wolf Clothing?

Hi mate


Wolf clothing is really nice, but its cut quite short. The textile stuff is really good value, i have the titanium jacket, but not outlast, stitching never leaks etc real nice quality www.motopuro.co.uk do deals on them if you ring

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robertohare

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robertohare says:

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Thanks for the replys :winkie:

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dom501

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dom501 says:

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I've got the Titanium textile jacket (not Outlast) it's really warm and a good quality jacket. The jacket zips to my RST leather trousers aswell. I did put a better back protector in, Knox do the inserts for about £17.00

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robertohare

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robertohare says:

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got the whole set very much pleased with it, very warm and very solid the quality is very good and the reflective piping on the wolf and cuffs ect is great.

the outlast technology is amazing, heats you up when your cold cools you down when your cold what more could you want. waterproof as hell to. 

 

Coolest cat around eh :sunglasses:

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scottscott80

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scottscott80 says:

You're

one minted young 19 year old Roberto my friend! When you guna be up and running on your bike now?

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robertohare

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robertohare says:

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haha few weeks dude.

just gota sort me sliders out and some insurance :\

thats the bit im not looking forward to. shant be a doddle tho.:huh:

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Andyvfr1

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Andyvfr1 says:

Looks the shizz

I nearly bought some wolf leather pants but ended up buying a* track pants to complete the power ranger suite.  

 

My mates been looking for a new set of textiles AND he likes the wolf leathers, these looks the bee's knee's, will have to recommend them to him :P

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