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    clothing blowout

    Blackbottoms.com is blowing out all of their non custom clothing.

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    can this site be trusted? never even heard of it before
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    They have been in business since 1972

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    you should mention that you work for them and that you are spamming.
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    I picked up some winter weight leg warmers from them at the Denver Veloswap. Those are super-warm!

    I'd never heard of them before the Veloswap though. I just ordered a pair of knickers and a rain jacket, great deals, but it seems as though most the stuff I checked in my size were no longer available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll
    you should mention that you work for them and that you are spamming.
    so asis... do u work for this company that you're promoting?
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    Quote Originally Posted by louisssss
    so asis... do u work for this company that you're promoting?
    well there's this...
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    I hope everthing works out with the bike clubs. I work at Blackbottoms and can help you with custom jerseys. Our office is in Draper, so we will be able to help you quickly with anything you need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by louisssss
    can this site be trusted? never even heard of it before
    I think asis' lack of response answers this question.

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    Blackbottoms.is exactly the kind of business name you don't want to go googling for at work. It might be interesting after hours though.
    Chasing bears through the woods drunk with a dull hatchet is strongly not advised

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    Quote Originally Posted by asis
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    Internet wasn't around in 1972 JK

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    I've heard of them, and actually own a couple items from them, but nothing on their sale site seems to be in stock - so what's the point?

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    I just got my knickers and jacket in the mail. The sizing was different than I thought, I'm a medium or even small in all other companies and kinda wish I got the large in the knickers, the medium is a really tight fit.
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    anyone got an actual pic of the baggy 580 shorts?

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    Is there a sizing chart available somewhere? I can't find it on the website. Also, has anyone had any experience with their bibs? If so, which style? I wouldn't mind picking up a few of the sale ones to try out, but if the fit is all crazy or the material isn't comfortable, or they fall apart in no time, its not worth it.

    Here's one review I found:

    http://www.mtbr.com/cat/mtb-apparel-...05_145crx.aspx

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallin222
    Is there a sizing chart available somewhere?
    http://www.blackbottoms.com/BBCW2010...zingChart.html

    The website says they recommend to size up because their gear is "European fit." Perhaps that's why nepbug's knickers are too tight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowpaste
    http://www.blackbottoms.com/BBCW2010...zingChart.html

    The website says they recommend to size up because their gear is "European fit." Perhaps that's why nepbug's knickers are too tight?
    Yeah, according to the sizing chart I should be a medium, based on waist size.

    The knickers fit fine in the waist, it's the legs that are pretty tight, and I'm totally chicken legged. My knickers will be wearable, but if you have big quads I'd size up. The waist does have a drawstring so sizing up isn't probably that bad of an idea, though on bibs who knows?
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    They made custom bibs for a bike shop that sold out to Performance 6 years ago. those were great bibs. I saw their sale 3 weeks ago but unless yor're a small or xl size they were out of stock. I did buy some of their baggies in a medium and small. I also bought a rain jacket for 11 bucks. The baggies were 20 something. I tried them on and for 20 bucks you can't lose.I've heard that their quality isn't as good as it used to be but I have a pair of bibs that are 6 yrs old and they are still my favorites. But they are ready to be retired. If they have your size they are worth trying.

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    Jumped on this, and the shorts I got seem really really nice for $15 each! Thanks.

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    Exactly which type did you get, and did you have sizing issues? I'm thinking of getting some myself. It's seems like a really good deal....

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    I got a pair of men's 6-panel anatomic chamois shorts for $15, and they fit just as expected. I also got a pair of women's shorts for an Xmas gift, but obviously don't know how they fit yet! Construction is very nice, though -- high-end chamois.

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