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mariowink 02-17-2009 12:14 PM

LDComfort Undergarments Riding Shorts
 
Hello fellow inmates. My name is Mario Winkelman and I figure it is time for me to enter the fray and post on the Vendor Forum. Many of our members know me and use my products so I thought it best I post a spot where I can answer questions about the LDComfort Undergarments. Since some of our customers ride many thousand mile days and up to 10,000 miles in a week with no problems in the seating area there is proof a-plenty that we make the most comfortable riding underwear in the world. I am ready to explain the theory and application of LDComfort Undergarments as it applies to long distance comfort on a motorcycle. While our products have been on the market for 10 years they have not been advertised to the point where everyone knows about them. Our comprehensive website should answer most questions but I want to make myself available for the members in this excellent arena. Learn more with a visit to www.LDComfort.com SEE OUR NEW HELMET LINER!!!!
Here to help! Mario τΏ~ :ear

OldSchoolMike 02-17-2009 02:54 PM

Newer versions improved?
 
Mario-

I've been using LD Comfort shorts and tights for several (8 or 9?) years now. Are the garments you are currently shipping significantly different in materials or performance?

Thanks-

BTW - my old stuff is great!

mariowink 02-17-2009 03:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by OldSchoolMike
Mario-

I've been using LD Comfort shorts and tights for several (8 or 9?) years now. Are the garments you are currently shipping significantly different in materials or performance?

Thanks-

BTW - my old stuff is great!

We have made adjustments to the patterns to make a better fit and to help order the correct size. Better grippers and far better waistbands. We no longer offer the cotton blends and use our special dual layer fabric exclusively. To re-order do not go off of the label in your garments but use a tape measure and go off of the new chart on the website. Performance is enhanced by our ability to better serve our customers. (Education on how to use the long sleeve shirt in 120 degrees) Glad your 9 year old LDComfort garments are still performing. Thanks.

Boondox 02-17-2009 06:17 PM

Mario,

I've been thinking of trying them out for some time now, but have one question for you. What is the difference between your product and unpadded bicycle shorts?

TIA, Pete

ACDNate 02-17-2009 06:20 PM

Oh good i wasn't the only one thinking it. I was looking at some breathable moisture wicking bicycle shorts at Sports Authority that look (uneducated eye here) similar in desing for $30???

Educate me please...

peterb 02-17-2009 06:33 PM

LD Comfort
 
Let me say, not as a specific answer like Mario will give, but an answer from a true believer, that there is a world of difference between LD Comfort garments and any other out there.

No seams in the tender areas mean you don't get chaffed, rubbed, or hot spots. Very important to the comfort.

The fabric is really high-tech - it breathes; it keeps you warm when its cold outside; and it is the only fabric I have ever used that wicks moisture as one would want. The inner layer pulls the moisture from the skin; the outer layer disperses the moisture away. Mario will explain this better butt I am telling you it works!

I have the shorts [worn a couple of times] and the long sleeve shirt with tights [bottoms]. I much prefer this latter combination because they keep the outer clothes from sticking to the skin and if I open the vents of my 'stich the fabric offers wonderful cooling at even slow speeds.

I am one of those long distance rallists and have worn the LD Comfort for days with only a quick wash in the motel shower. The garments work!

YM won't V :clap No relation, no business interest, just telling it like it is.

holckster 02-17-2009 06:39 PM

Great products!:clap
I have 2 pair shorts and one each of the long and short sleeve undershirts.
Only undergarments you need to pack for WTW trip or just nice and comfy for afternoon scoot.
Nice to find a product that's worth the price, buy them once and enjoy for years. :deal

mariowink 02-17-2009 11:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Boondox
Mario,

I've been thinking of trying them out for some time now, but have one question for you. What is the difference between your product and unpadded bicycle shorts?

TIA, Pete

Thanks for asking what the difference is. There are NO seams in the seating area on the LDComfort Riding shorts. A big difference is in the fabric we use. We use a dual layer fabric that keeps your skin dry even when the garment is wringing wet. See the video on this page and you will truly KNOW the facts. https://ldcomfort.com/productdescription.htm
Our garments can last a long distance rider for 200,000 miles. No single layer bicycle shorts can match that. That also makes the LDComfort Riding Shorts or Tights the most cost effective undergarment on the market. Butt the bottom line, LDComfort is way more comfortable.
I hope this helps. Mario

Motera 02-18-2009 12:14 AM

+1
I have had a number of other 'high end' alternate products and can confirm that the LD comfort products, being a cut designed specifically for riders, and with a high quality fabric, are superior and worth the money. I have the shorts, the tights and the shirts. It appears that mine will outlast me and my bike. :rofl

Hotspice 02-18-2009 02:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mariowink
Thanks for asking what the difference is. There are NO seams in the seating area on the LDComfort Riding shorts. A big difference is in the fabric we use. We use a dual layer fabric that keeps your skin dry even when the garment is wringing wet. See the video on this page and you will truly KNOW the facts. https://ldcomfort.com/productdescription.htm
Our garments can last a long distance rider for 200,000 miles. No single layer bicycle shorts can match that. That also makes the LDComfort Riding Shorts or Tights the most cost effective undergarment on the market. Butt the bottom line, LDComfort is way more comfortable.
I hope this helps. Mario

Don't forget the cool access flap on the mens version :wink:

Been using them since 2007. Prior to that I had always used bicycle shorts and it's a night and day difference.

Another happy customer.


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mariowink 02-18-2009 03:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hotspice
Don't forget the cool access flap on the mens version :wink:

Been using them since 2007. Prior to that I had always used bicycle shorts and it's a night and day difference.

Another happy customer.


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I will also say that I wear them everyday as I often sit at my computer answering emails and know I want to wear the best undergarments while sitting in my office chair too. (Why wear something less when you have to sit all day?) Mario

GB 02-18-2009 04:24 PM

I saw your products at the MOA rally in Gillette last summer and wanted to get a couple of shorts.... I didn't have my wallet on me at the time, then it slipped my mind :gerg

Will you be at the MOA rally in TN this summer? Any ADV inmate discount? :ear

flux_capacitor 02-19-2009 05:12 AM

How come nobody can design boxer briefs with some sort of pouch made for my 'area'? Everything on the market is flat on the front and compresses everything.

I mean, it looks like a FEMALE mannequin here:

https://ldcomfort.com/store/image.php?id=3&type=P

Don't get me wrong, everything else sounds great but that one detail will keep me from buying a pair.

mariowink 02-19-2009 09:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by flux_capacitor
How come nobody can design boxer briefs with some sort of pouch made for my 'area'? Everything on the market is flat on the front and compresses everything.

I mean, it looks like a FEMALE mannequin here:

https://ldcomfort.com/store/image.php?id=3&type=P

Don't get me wrong, everything else sounds great but that one detail will keep me from buying a pair.

Don't let the detail of the mannequin looking like a female fool you into thinking your 'area' will be compressed. LDComfort garments are NOT designed to be a compression fit. The fabric is a four way stretch and will form fit anything you have to put in it. After extensive testing under extreme conditions I KNOW there is PLENTY of room for 'equipment' without compression. I promise you that.
See the video that explains why we do not have a compression fit: http://www.ldcomfort.com/productdescription.htm

Also you can read that detail on our frequently asked questions page: https://ldcomfort.com/store/help.php...AQ#compression

Here to help! Mario τΏ~

flux_capacitor 02-20-2009 08:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mariowink
Don't let the detail of the mannequin looking like a female fool you into thinking your 'area' will be compressed. LDComfort garments are NOT designed to be a compression fit. The fabric is a four way stretch and will form fit anything you have to put in it. After extensive testing under extreme conditions I KNOW there is PLENTY of room for 'equipment' without compression. I promise you that.
See the video that explains why we do not have a compression fit: http://www.ldcomfort.com/productdescription.htm

Also you can read that detail on our frequently asked questions page: https://ldcomfort.com/store/help.php...AQ#compression

Here to help! Mario τΏ~

Okay, thanks for getting into that. You are right, the compression stuff I am not a fan of. I mistakenly thought that's what these were... compression shorts.

Now when I get some spare coins together I WILL give them a shot.

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