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    ThermaJock™ a NorCal Winter Riding Necessity

    This looks like an excellent piece of equipment for winter riding. It probably stows easy in a Camelbak and can be fashioned on quickly. Still inquiring about custom sizes. Thanks to Acadian for bringing this to the worlds attention.

    "ThermaJock™ is the first product of its kind designed with the specific intent to protect the *beep*. While developing this unique product, our first priority was to resource the best materials available to ensure a trusted quality garment a man can truly rely on.

    Our approach is simple...

    * Provide warmth and protection to a previously ignored region on a male
    * Offer adjustability and comfort via a dual fastening system
    * Protect with dependable, high-performance Polartec® Thermal Pro Fleece used by leading athletic garment companies"

    I would include step-by-step graphic but probably easy to figure out.

    http://thermajock.com/


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    So this goes on my hand to keep my "member" warm?

    Won't I be arrested for that?










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    Get Some !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    ...batteries sold separately, must be 18 or older, do not use ThermaJock other than intended, this offer void in Utah
    And don't do the burrito jump... Francois

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    Where's the: "Will cause impotence" clause. I hope it takes off.
    "...like sex with the trail." - Boe

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    ....that with extra chamois butter and I will never get off my bike.
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    Thermajoke

    I had to make sure it wasn't April 1st!

    No, this is the real deal (or a very elaborate hoax)---whoda thunk!!!

    The timing of this is perfect for the x-mas gift season!

    I wonder if Mark II will include scrotal protection???

    Personally, my junk has a thermostatically controlled retraction mechanism---I've never had to worry about frostbite. Perhaps with the emergence of the "viagra generation" this is becoming a real problem?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stumblemumble
    Where's the: "Will cause impotence" clause. I hope it takes off.
    Excessive heat around your wedding tackle doesn't cause impotence, it causes sterility. Sounds like a bonus feature in my book! I already caught my limit of kids.

    Then again, I'm sure this doesn't generate like 100F in heat to bake your goods to the point where the baby batter stops swimming.... like a hot tub would.

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    hmmm...

    I hope it comes in xxl

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    Light bulb

    I've always kept a rolled up sock in the front of my bike shorts. I never thought of using it for warmth.
    Sometimes, with a very strenuous effort, I will fatigue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chim Chim
    I've always kept a rolled up sock in the front of my bike shorts. I never thought of using it for warmth.
    Yup, I just throw in a fresh baked potato before a nippy ride. Hold the sour cream.
    "...like sex with the trail." - Boe

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    How about integrating a bladder with it, so we can compete with the ladies.
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    So along with the nice warmth, does it also provide the requisite massage?
    You have given out too much Positive Reputation in the last 24 hours, try again later.
    Awesome!

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    I blame you guys for making me look.

    http://thermajock.com/images/thermajock-3steps.gif

    fc

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    Quote Originally Posted by francois
    I blame you guys for making me look.

    http://thermajock.com/images/thermajock-3steps.gif

    fc
    Just be sure to use the approved knot for the pic #1 attachment. Let's see...rabbit comes out of the hole, goes around the bush, no, around the bush, then loops back into the hole...no wait...
    And don't do the burrito jump... Francois

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    I wonder if they have a disclaimer regarding tightening the strings too much
    Those of you who've worked with the strap that turns bulls into steer know what I'm talking about.
    Don't harsh my mello

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    Where's the Goretex to keep my junk free of moisture?

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    free avatar!!
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    If I were a chap-wearing sort of fellow, I think I'd have to get me one.
    Eat, ride, eat, rest, repeat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by francois
    I blame you guys for making me look.

    http://thermajock.com/images/thermajock-3steps.gif

    fc
    But is it stretchy enough to accomodate for passing by fine looking ladies on the trail?

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