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Old 02-20-2009, 10:12 AM   #16
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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

Will you be at the MOA rally in TN this summer? Any ADV inmate discount?
Were you at our show booth in Gillette? Did you get to see the 'water trick'? Yes, we plan on spending multiple thousands of dollars to be at the BMW-MOA rally in TN this year. That way...you can save a few dollars on shipping! For info on a discount you can read it here: https://ldcomfort.com/store/help.php...n=FAQ#discount (We may yet figure something out for the 'Adventure Rider' members.

Not being a large company we can only attend a few shows a year. Here is a link where we will post where we will be. https://ldcomfort.com/showdates.htm
Thanks so much for keeping an eye out for us. See you in TN.
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Old 02-20-2009, 06:38 PM   #17
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The pouch rules!!! But, my nads hurt after 5-600 miles and really gets bad on the "taint".....bad enough that I have too switch over to UA or sumthing else when doing big mile days back to back.
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Old 02-20-2009, 09:36 PM   #18
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I'm a big fan of my LDComfort shorts. Very comfortable.

I have three pair, and my wife got two pair for Christmas!
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Old 02-23-2009, 09:50 PM   #19
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LD Comfort and washing

Mario - is it appropriate to place the garment in clothes washer once in a while? Like i usually wash the shirt and tights out in the shower while on the road and do the wringing trick. But, when I arrive home, shouldn't I put them in the washing machine? That wouldn't affect the material's longevity, right?
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Old 02-24-2009, 04:30 PM   #20
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Mario - is it appropriate to place the garment in clothes washer once in a while? Like i usually wash the shirt and tights out in the shower while on the road and do the wringing trick. But, when I arrive home, shouldn't I put them in the washing machine? That wouldn't affect the material's longevity, right?
Peter, Yes the clothes washing machine is a great place to wash out the LDComfort garments. They are a very durable garment and can take whatever your washing machine can dish out. The thing to watch for is bleach or strong chemical soaps. Since you are so diligent on the road not to add strong chemicals remember to take that same care at home with your LDComfort in the washing machine. You may also use your dryer to dry the garment. After the spin cycle in the washer the inside of the garment will already be dry. It is only the outside that holds any moisture. Don't run the dryer on high heat. You will be surprised how fast the garments dry on medium heat. NO FABRIC SOFTENERS or dryer sheets. That just adds nasty chemicals and oils right back into the fabric. A good and often asked question. :)
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Old 03-05-2009, 04:53 PM   #21
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***sale***

HEY! we all love a sale - savings to me, savings to you and a buck to the business.

This just in - nigh 1/3 off! of LDComfort tights - my proven favorite in my winning of the 5-Day SPANK '07 Ralley.

Check 'em out and do yourself a favor. www.LDComfort.com Click on red special offer.
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Old 03-06-2009, 03:46 PM   #22
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HEY! we all love a sale - savings to me, savings to you and a buck to the business.

This just in - nigh 1/3 off! of LDComfort tights - my proven favorite in my winning of the 5-Day SPANK '07 Ralley.

Check 'em out and do yourself a favor. www.LDComfort.com Click on red special offer.
When these men's riding tights are gone I will take them off the website and post that the sale is over. There will never be a better time to get the LDComfort Riding Tights. (Limited to stock on hand)
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Old 03-06-2009, 04:35 PM   #23
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What is a "TRACTION STRIP" and how will it make my life better? I am on the edge of 2 sizes, which way should I go, up or down.
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Old 03-07-2009, 07:38 PM   #24
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What is a "TRACTION STRIP" and how will it make my life better? I am on the edge of 2 sizes, which way should I go, up or down.
Thanks for asking. The traction strip in the LDComfort Riding Tights is a strip of elastic type band that is sewn in above the knees to help keep the garment from riding up during use. Its function is to provide a little traction to hold the fabric in place. It is not designed to operate as constriction. Some riders felt it was not needed in the tights as it is in our popular Riding Shorts. We have eliminated that traction strip in our current line of Riding Tights. The stock we have on hand with the traction strip is the item we have listed at +30% off.

Hope this helps.
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Old 03-13-2009, 12:22 AM   #25
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My "on sale" tights arrived today,hope to give them a workout this weekend.

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Old 03-19-2009, 11:16 PM   #26
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My "on sale" tights arrived today,hope to give them a workout this weekend.

Thanks!

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Well? Did you put in about 2000 miles? How was the workout?
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Old 03-20-2009, 07:07 AM   #27
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with 25k to ride in the next 4 months I have a feeling I will need these.

I'll do a trip report or two here, but in the meantime there is always the blog...

Is there place on ADV to put pre-trip reports?


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Old 03-20-2009, 03:36 PM   #28
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LDComfort - The Best!!

These are the ONLY riding shorts I have tried that have never given me a rash after several hundred miles. I'm planning on ordering a couple more pairs.

I know once I would have paid twice the price for one pair (OWWW!)

See you at the MOA Rally! I'll already have mine (it's not worth the wait to save on the shipping).
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Old 03-23-2009, 04:22 PM   #29
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I've purchased many riding shorts from him over the last few years and also a set of long tights and long sleeve mock turtle neck that I wear in the winter for work as long underware up here in the Great White North and they are better than any I buy up here so you will find they are multi purpose.
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Old 05-13-2009, 09:51 AM   #30
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Question ADV Discount still available?

I just ordered one new pair of tights and one shirt. I entered the ADV discount code for free shipping and it appears that I did not get it. My credit card was charged an additional $7 for shipping. Is the ADV discount no longer active or did I do something incorrectly?
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