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post #1 of 7 Old 10-18-2005, 06:15 PM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up Two riding products I'm Stoked about.



The Progrip light sensitive No Fog Lens. It attaches to the inside of your shield with two small foam tape tabs. It keeps your shield from fogging. I've got a Shoei X-11 helmet and even with all the vents the thing fogs unless I keep it cracked. Until now. This thing rocks! So far at least.


The other thing (bonehead that I am) I don't know the name of and threw out the packaging. But it's a type of baclava with a thin lycra hood and a thick tube that goes around your neck. I got it at Cycle Gear and the logo is a turtle/tortise. Not bulky and comfortable.

The reason I'm excited about such simple things is that I'm from CA now living in NM. It get's stinkin' cold here. I hate it. But at least I can still ride even when it's cold.

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Where'd ya get the no fog shield thingie?

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Cycle Gear. About $17.00
You have to get used to seeing it in your peripheral vision but mo betta than foggy vision.
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You have to get used to seeing it in your peripheral vision but mo betta than foggy vision.
I'll have to try that. My RF1000 fogs instantly on those high humidity days and when I ride at night.

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something like it i think....
http://www.1tail.com/sa/p/Respro_Fog...elmet_Mask.htm


Edit: cheaper

http://speedwerks.com/catalog/c23m64bm0b0s1pn1p2569np0



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That's a fair price difference between the two shops. I can't believe the first shop (1tail) would jack the price up that much, would they?
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The Progrip light sensitive No Fog Lens.
Light sensitive???? Does it change tint in sunlight? How well does it work?

It's not the bike, it's the rider.
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