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    Don't pee...

    in your pogies.

    Just sayin'. Careful.
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    i punched grommet holes into the bottom of mine because i wasn't careful too many times.

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    what are pogies?

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    OK, I'll bite... What the f* are you guys talking aboot?

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    You know...

    when you stop riding to take a leak, standing over your bike yet, aiming off to the side, away from your toes, sometimes your pogies are there. Sometimes they aren't. Usually riding in the dark, because it is winter, which is why you have pogies. I didn't have contact yet, but dang close. Grommet holes aren't a bad idea.
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    I had to google wtf pogies are...



    ... and now I know, I can see why you don't want to pee in them.

    Don't see a lot of these in Houston.
    It's not enough that we do our best; sometimes we have to do what's required.

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    Riding in Houston

    Are there mountain bike/single track trails there? I've argued with buddies about the tricks to staying cool in a hot climate, and warm in a cold climate when riding. It seems much more possible to stay warm in -20 degrees, than it is to stay cool at 100 degrees. Is there a Houston equivalent Pogie? I don't wear gloves under mine, and they are plenty warm. Gotta keep them dry though.
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    ok I see. Ive never seen those before.

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    I've never peed in my pogies (of which I have a very nice pair). There are benefits to being a woman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfbkr50
    Are there mountain bike/single track trails there? I've argued with buddies about the tricks to staying cool in a hot climate, and warm in a cold climate when riding. It seems much more possible to stay warm in -20 degrees, than it is to stay cool at 100 degrees. Is there a Houston equivalent Pogie? I don't wear gloves under mine, and they are plenty warm. Gotta keep them dry though.
    I've worn a 661 core cooler to some success if I average at least 10mph. It needs a good breeze to work and then to keep you a bit cooler.

    http://www.sixsixone.com/Catalog_661...b-5647681a773a

    But I'll agree with you that it is much easier to stay warm when it's cold than cool when it's hot.
    It's not enough that we do our best; sometimes we have to do what's required.

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