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I don't understand how people's asses can handle it. I road from Pittsburgh to Washington DC and my butt was like a Shell Cordovan shoe after capnwes gets done with it. 

 

 

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Shiny and well-patinated from being rubbed vigorously with cream?

 

I was going to say that numerous men stare at pictures of it on an online forum. Some even ask "How much?"

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Real croc or embodsed...j M made in italy
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I was going to say that numerous men stare at pictures of it on an online forum. Some even ask "How much?"
You forgot to post available or n/a for those that are interested (not I)
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I was going to say that numerous men stare at pictures of it on an online forum. Some even ask "How much?"

Only one way out of this spiral.

 

 

 

 

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Real croc or embodsed...j M made in italy

I can't tell. But, if those are 11 or 11.5, hit me up!
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Originally Posted by rhz5001 View Post
 

I don't understand how people's asses can handle it. I road from Pittsburgh to Washington DC and my butt was like a Shell Cordovan shoe after capnwes gets done with it. 

 

 

Like anything else, it's a matter of "getting used to it". Even then, some people cannot handle the distances that other people do. My longest ride is "only 1/6th as long" as my wife's (let's just say that she is a total badass). I just can't handle the saddle issues (the sleep issues are a whole 'nother story) the way she can.

 

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Originally Posted by Principle View Post

It's not about cushion, just fitting the form of your butt bones and gooch. Also, you just get used to it. Riding a bike isn't supposed to be like lounging on a temperprdic.

 

100%... Between a properly fitting saddle, and a professional bike fitting; long rides become so much easier on your body.

 

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I used to have a Carbonio SLR on my mountain bike and it was perfectly comfortable and surprisingly durable. The Brooks Swallow Ti I have on there now is more comfortable, though.
Shiny and well-patinated from being rubbed vigorously with cream?

 

 

I've tried many different saddles, including several from Brooks, and the Antares was the winner for me. I have a different Fizik saddle on my CX bike, and it's not as comfortable. 

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Speaking of shell, here's the result a great trade with Spoo for this Wolverine shell boots. They are fvcking awesome. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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I'm still betting against it. The date code doesn't convince me. It just doesn't have the size the stamp should be a bit bigger it looks small and off center. The chanel logo should be perfectly centered between the a and the n. Things come from china with fake serial numbers/date codes all day. Put it on a chanel authentication forum they will know in 5 seconds.

Bet you $20 its real.
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This reference makes me miss my previous life as a degenerate gambler.  peepwall%5B1%5D.gif

Glad Im not the only one.
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Real croc or embodsed...j M made in italy

Real.
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my heart rate jumped for a quick second
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Looks like a drive back to pick up croc loafers!
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first for me
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Been a pretty dry month here but I did get this pop today.


Not exactly the vintage English tweed I am sure SPOO has but in my size and under $7 so happy the first time I ever saw the tag.
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Been a pretty dry month here but I did get this pop today.

Not exactly the vintage English tweed I am sure SPOO has but in my size and under $7 so happy the first time I ever saw the tag.

This is my Swaine Adeney.

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oh my god, can get I get an authenticity check on guidi?
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