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    Clyde sized cloting....

    Hi, new guy here just signed up today.

    Picking up my new Hoss Deluxe on friday, just getting back into MTB's following on from a recent cross country race on my old Giant.

    I need some new gear, there doesn't seem much here in the UK any recommendations from the US guy's. 6'4" and 260lb

    It'd need to be a store that'll ship to the UK.

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    Check out Hoss clothing, they make some generous sizes

    http://www.hossmtb.com/shop/index.php

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    Mt. Borah

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    clyde clothes

    For some good cheap jerseys,check with nashbar.com & performancebike.com.They have jerseys up to 3XL (in their own brand,Nashbar & Performance brand),priced very reasonably,and some jerseys are full zip type,so you can open all the way up & cool off real good on those hot days real good.They may have pants,etc. too.Check em' out.

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    I've found that the Nike stuff fits very well. I have an XL size shorts, and they fit perfectly. I tried the Hoss shorts, and found them too tight in the thighs, and hardly any difference in the waist from XL to 2XL. Pearl Izumi's are fairly good, but a little tight around the thigh, again. But that's been my experience.

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    www.russtler.com are UK dealers for Twin 6 clothing - easily big enough

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    Hey, them thar Ride7b botton down jerseys are the whip for big guys. I wear a xxxl jersey when I can find it. But in these I wear a xl and it fits with a lot of room. They are on sale now all over the web. I also have long legs, and find that Hoss Ponderosa shorts give me the most coverage

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    Hoss ponderosa shorts come in XXXXL in black only. If you wear 44-48 waist, get the 4xl.
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