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    Ex police hi viz goretex jacket, from "onestopcopshop"

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    Altberg boots. Ten years old, over 100,000 miles. Resoled for £49 and some velcro replaced. Brilliant service from Altberg, and an English business.

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    Like Fanum my Halfords Pro Tools.

    My Altberg boots - I have Haaglunds deformity on each foot and Altberg formed the boots round each deformity. Now 18 months old and nearly need new soles - they are the first pair of footwear I have ever had which do not rub my heels raw and consequently are worn every day of the week.

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    SUGRU

    I'm conviced this stuff will fix almost anything!

    http://sugru.com/about
    http://sugru.com/great-for/cars-and-motorbikes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smelly Old Boots View Post
    SUGRU

    I'm conviced this stuff will fix almost anything!

    http://sugru.com/about
    http://sugru.com/great-for/cars-and-motorbikes


    Just got some of this off eBay. I'm sold on it, really good stuff.
    One blob fixed 4 iPhone leads which I told my young kids not to use.
    Tomorrow I'm gonna use it to repair my favourite ripped boots.

    Thanks for sharing.
    If your wife wants to learn to ride a bike...... Don't stand in her way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by (RIP) Gerry Huxtable View Post
    Gerbing heated jacket liner

    Lifetime warranty Priceless

    cheers

    Gerry H.
    Absolutely

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    Sidi Courier boots
    Rukka jacket
    Hein Gericke Pathan gloves - warmest winter gloves

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    Crowtree leather pants, 12 years on still fit and still going strong. Altberg boots 7 years old and also still going strong.
    It's a case of you definitely get what you pay for.

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    Kriega Rucksack, never lets the stuff inside get wet

    Klim suit

    Arai RXGP helmets

    U Clear BT phone kit, works out of the box, unlike several other better known sets.

    Rok Straps

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    Toucano Muffs from ValH on here

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    Quite agree. The best boots I ever bought. AND they are Made in England!
    Bernie
    www.stahlkoffer.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by ymfb View Post
    Toucano Muffs from ValH on here
    plus 1 for these. All year biking in summer gloves

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    Quote Originally Posted by ymfb View Post
    Toucano Muffs from ValH on here
    plus 1 for these. All year biking in summer gloves

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    I agree.
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    Camelback Classic 2L hydration pack. Perfect for on the bike so you don't need to stop for a drink every so often. Just a wee every now and then. Even has a small pouch at the back. Perfect for when the missus is on the back to keep the toll money.

    Any Kriega kit. R25 rucksack is the dogs dangles. The toll roll is in constant use.

    Cyclepump compressor. Expensive but pumps real quick and is sturdy.

    Leatherman wave. Enough said about it already.

    Cadac 6 can cool bag. Goes with us on holiday for sandwiches and perishable food. Either on top of the pannier or inside. Perfect for mid day snacks whilst out and about or taking lunch to work. Bought mine in South Africa about 11 years ago. Need to replace it soon.

    Gaerne Balance boots. Like your favourite pair of slipons and you can walk comfortably in it. Very sturdy and constructed from only 7 pieces of leather. Waterproof, all the protection you need for the road even if it is a trails boot. Probably will fit those with big calfs.

    Helinox chairs. Fold small and very comfy.

    The future is whatever colour you want.

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