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PostPosted: Wed Jul 08, 2009 11:24 am 
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The Endura Zyme is my favourite, but despite being classed as a baggy, it's really a 3/4...

http://www.endura.co.uk/Product.aspx?de ... rod_id=108


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Tallpaul wrote:
The Endura Zyme is my favourite, but despite being classed as a baggy, it's really a 3/4...

http://www.endura.co.uk/Product.aspx?de ... rod_id=108



Depending on the sort of logo/branding people are after may be able to offer a range of baggy shorts.

Just need to know the sort of thing people are expecting :?


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Me personally would like something as striking and matching as the lycra shorts? :?


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John wrote:
Depending on the sort of logo/branding people are after may be able to offer a range of baggy shorts.

Just need to know the sort of thing people are expecting :?


A prominent logo, maybe down the side of one leg would be cool, but if the only option for this was printing and it wasn't durable then something subtle and stitched would work - may be at the bottom corner of one leg.


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Excellent, just the sort of feedback I was after :D


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They do have some quite big non stitched "Endura" logos on some of the 3/4 shorts so maybe it's not an issue? I'm easy either way and like the positioning suggestions from TP

It would be good if the shorts you go for support the clickfast system.

As it's winter, What's the potential to get a 3/4 pair of shorts - I'd like the 3/4 Singletracks or Humvees if possible.


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Put me down for a pair of Baggies :D


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John,
Just wanted to say this kit is brilliant, finally got to try out my stuff last night, really impressed with the bib shorts in particular.....needing some foul weather to really test the WindTex though :lol:

Put me down 100% for 1 x Road SS (short zip) in Large please :)


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jimmy5willy wrote:
Is there a picture of how the windtex looks all painted up?


Here you go :)


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Neill - thanks for the pics.

Have setup a new thread for baggies since they will be a seperate order > http://www.retrobike.co.uk/forum/viewto ... 167#466167

Still need a few more order to make the minimum quantity. Last chance for kit in 2K+9 8)


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