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Old 02-28-2018, 12:39 PM   #21
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What colors you representin'?


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gang_colors
You serious? gangsters doing construction work. lol.

I'm not walking around town wearing a bandana. I'm working (sanding wood, cutting, etc) SMH.

Seriously, do you really think a passerbyer would see me wearing a bandana over my face while sawing wood at a jobsite and think I'm a gangster ?

And as a HD rider for 45 plus years I wear a bandana over my face on cold days while riding. It's pretty much the norm and doesn't mean bikers who do so are "gangsters."
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Old 02-28-2018, 04:07 PM   #22
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And as a HD rider for 45 plus years I wear a bandana over my face on cold days while riding. It's pretty much the norm and doesn't mean bikers who do so are "gangsters."
The norm? Not around here. It's more of a land pirate look. There's better equipment like a balaclava.
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Typical. what I said was true, balaclavas were made for extreme weather conditions and are warmer than a bandana so it makes no sense if warmth is the goal. You come back with childish garbage.
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Thank you for the link. I'm going to pick one of these up and try it out. Sounds like it's exactly what I was picturing in my head of what I wanted.
Not a problem, I love mine. I think it's exactly what you are looking for. It comes in a nice little bag I just hang on my belt or bag when its not around my neck. Update us after you use it for a few weeks.

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Old 02-28-2018, 07:47 PM   #26
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Humor is a good thing in life. I suppose some smilies might have help.
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You serious? gangsters doing construction work. lol.
You could have left it at that

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Seriously, do you really think a passerbyer would see me wearing a bandana over my face while sawing wood at a jobsite and think I'm a gangster ?
Maybe a tool thief, testing them out before stealing them? Makes perfect sense doesn't it, masked man holding tools?

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And as a HD rider for 45 plus years I wear a bandana over my face on cold days while riding. It's pretty much the norm and doesn't mean bikers who do so are "gangsters."
Hmmm... 1%? Biker gangs are something I am familiar with

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