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Discussion in 'Gear: Stuff You Wear' started by FishGS, Apr 11, 2010.

  1. Baroquenride

    Baroquenride Everyone dies, but not everyone truly lives.

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    Samsung Galaxy S3 along with extra parts, including extra glass. It works but has a tendency to not want to pay attention to touch inputs on occasion. It was my attempt at repairing a broken screen and I was sorta successful. Just pay shipping.
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  2. Deanowade

    Deanowade Chronic Dumbass Supporter

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    I’m an incurable civilian, but for the last 10 years or so, I have been drawing a regular paycheck from DoD. Saw this board, and thought I’d see if anyone here could get some use out of my latest closet-cleaning. I’ll cover USPS shipping in the CONUS. Located in the Maryland DC suburbs.

    Rev’it ES mesh jacket and matching pants (zip together). Jacket size 54, pants size 52. These are Euro-sizes, and they may be some variability with translating to US sizes. Despite these being in my closet, unused, for several years, they still fit me fine (6’1”, 210 lbs, 36 waist, size 44 jacket). Also has zip-in rain liners.

    GONE!

    Old Marsee Adventure jacket, size 46. Has a removable thermal liner. Some of the Velcro closures are getting threadbare, but all still functional. These were marketed as “waterproof”, but don’t be fooled. Otherwise, I really enjoyed this jacket, and it still has some miles left.

    GONE!

    Olympia hi-viz vest, size M/L (adjustable). Just gave it a wash, but there is still some discoloration around the zipper, like only hi-viz fabric can retain.

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    Tourmaster Sentinel rain jacket (XL) and pants (34-36).

    GONE!

    BMW back protector, size large.

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  3. Patricksc1987

    Patricksc1987 Adventurer Supporter

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    Deanowade
    I would be extremely interested in some of this gear!!
    The Rev'it suit and the Marsee Adventure jacket!!

    I got a Africa twin at the end of the summer. First adventure bike!
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  4. Deanowade

    Deanowade Chronic Dumbass Supporter

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    Cool. Send me a PM with your address and I'll mail them out.
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  5. IJustWantMyZBack

    IJustWantMyZBack Adventurer

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    Alright new year, time to start off on a positive note.

    For any Gen 2 KLR owners that are active (ok and veterans too) military I have a deal for you.

    Sold my KLR and no longer need my spare radiator and fan that came off of a 2017 donor bike with ~140 miles or so.
    Apparently Kawasaki changed the fan bracket in 2014 or 2015. This is the later style.

    You post a pic with your bike and pay shipping and they are yours.

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  6. duc

    duc Long timer

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    Team, this was started in the Cool Watch Thread - in Shiny THings. Sorry I was unaware of this thread. Anyhow, please go to page 1967 to see the pictures.

    Sorry you are getting a late notice, but I'm trying.

    I'm in downsize mode, attempting to sell some of my under loved pieces, one at a time on the WUS. I've had this little gem up over there for a few days and no one is biting. So here is my plan. To the first, 1st responder or vet (active or retired) who posts a photo of themselves in uniform (in this thread), I'll mail this baby to that person. The starting time for this is 2000 eastern today, to give anyone who frequents here but might be working, a fighting chance. It's as fair as I know how to be. I hope no one feels screwed.

    It is a Suunto Elementum Stealth. I came by it on impulse, and it was second hand (in the same condition it now is). It has a few scuffs around the bezel, but it's still a nice piece, very cool. My problem is I just have other options that constantly get selected instead of this one. The guy I bought it from threw in some orings and a spare battery. The rubber strap is in great shape. For pure coolness, this watch is a good start. You can read about it here (except mine has a rubber strap):

    Suunto Elementum Terra Steel – Premium sports watch
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  7. Suburban_Hobo

    Suburban_Hobo Can you point me to the nearest Starbucks?

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    Is it 2000 EST already? Reading comprehension is tough eh? :deal


    :hide
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  8. Jshbrwr

    Jshbrwr Been here awhile

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    What an amazing give!
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  9. Tkas0213

    Tkas0213 Adventurer

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    Afghanistan 2020
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  10. Patricksc1987

    Patricksc1987 Adventurer Supporter

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    Afghanistan 2009

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  11. Patricksc1987

    Patricksc1987 Adventurer Supporter

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  12. duc

    duc Long timer

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    You are the man!. Thank you for your service. Please send me a message and and your mailing address. I'll take care of the rest!

    Thank you, and everyone here who serves, for your service!
  13. 2old2Bbold

    2old2Bbold was 2bold2getold

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    Vietnam War, Ubon Thailand 1967. :lol3
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  14. duc

    duc Long timer

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    The hard part for me is not having three of these to share. Gents, you are the best of America and don't ever forget it. Thank you.
  15. 2old2Bbold

    2old2Bbold was 2bold2getold

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    Thanks for your generosity, the last thing I want at my age is something to remind me of the time. :lol3
  16. ExarKun

    ExarKun Adventurer Supporter

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    Small bmw air flow jacket size 34 near New with armor, perfect for a kid. I'm in so cal near Temecula, inland empire if you want to coordinate a pick up


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  17. phlazm

    phlazm ad maiora nati sumus

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    I’m at Fort Belvoir, VA and active duty, but that would be perfect for my boy who likes to go riding with me and currently borrows mom’s jacket. I’ll PayPal or Venmo you the cash to cover shipping if you’re willing.
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  18. ExarKun

    ExarKun Adventurer Supporter

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    Absolutely
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  19. Frank smith

    Frank smith R1200GSA, R80RT, 350 EXC-F Supporter

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    GONE!

    Well folks, it didn't sell so it's time to give it away. Active Duty only please. I just ask that you contact me in the .mil domain to authenticate Active Duty status. I'm in the Global address book:

    Everett.f.smith is my user name.

    SIZE 42R

    Bought new in early 2014. Never down. No tears or rip or holes. Reflective tapes on back and above pockets show minor wear. All zips and Velcro fully functional. Elbow and shoulder armor. Clean soft collar. Goretex fully waterproof. Pictures show how nice this jacket still is. NikWax washed last week

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  20. Baroquenride

    Baroquenride Everyone dies, but not everyone truly lives.

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    I'm not seeing a size. Also, great way to authentic military!
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