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Discussion in 'Gear: Stuff You Wear' started by greg.279, Sep 22, 2019.

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    greg.279 Been here awhile

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    Snake Oiler If the world didn't suck, we would all fall off

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    Do you have any idea how the Carlsbad compares to the Badlands pro in weight and fit. I burnt a hole in my Badlands and looking to replace it.
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    greg.279 Been here awhile

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    I have a Badlands Pro as well. The Carlsbad is a lot lighter and more flexible. It doesn't feel like wearing a suit of armor or push up into your neck.
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    greg.279 Been here awhile

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    The hand pockets are easier to access as well. I feel like I have to reach across with the opposite hand to zip my Badlands pockets.
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    Snake Oiler If the world didn't suck, we would all fall off

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    Ok let me get back to the trailer and check. I believe my Badlands is a medium, but I since started wearing a armor pressure suit and it's a tad snug.

    Thanks for being patient with me for being slow.
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    Snake Oiler If the world didn't suck, we would all fall off

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    I'm going to hold off on the jacket for now. Not sure what I want quite yet.
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    gve.mcmlxxiv 2016 Africa Twin DCT No.272

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    Can I ask your height and weight and how it fits? I ride a lot of interstate to get to my dirt and I don’t want something that flaps in the wind too much. I’ve never wore klim before.
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    I’m 5’11 184#. I doesn’t flap when I wear it. It fits like a thick non-motorcycle gore Tex jacket, of that makes any sense. I don’t find it bulky or stiff despite having armor.
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