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    Default Hipster accssories.

    Let's see some of the useless / tasteless hipster crap out there for bikes and riders, this one make me almost cry tears of laughter.Click image for larger version. 

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    Those are retarded if you wear work boots but if you wear anything you want to protect shoe protectors have been around for decades, usually sold to touring riders. Not everyone is a retiree like me who doesn't own or want anything besides boots and athletic shoes.

    The stupid from a riding POV I see in that photo is shoes without heels. I can picture some poor bastid standing on the pegs to surmount an obstacle, slipping, and having crushed nuts and a busted ankle with or without a nasty wipeout. I owned one set of that style soles in the 1970s and hated them in the workshop, let alone riding.

    All generations of biker had their preferred stupid shit and most chop (and cafe) attempts were always half-assed. Good thing Chop Cult has the Craigslist Gold thread for reference.

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    All my Dads old cowboy boots had patches sewn on them, half the size of that from shift wear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shank1kole View Post
    All my Dads old cowboy boots had patches sewn on them, half the size of that from shift wear.
    I recently realized my cowboy boots are older than half of my staff !

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    Shoe protector not required with a jockey shift...

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    Shoe protector not required with a jockey shift...
    That may be their only virtue besides looking kool or if the operator is disabled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 49WR View Post
    Shoe protector not required with a jockey shift...
    but spiffy gloves might be
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    skinny jeans, please if you are wearing these just stop.


    Hip bag (However I kinda like these, kinda got that Han Solo thing going on)

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    Default Back packs

    I cringe when I see a dude on a bagger with a back pack...WHY!!! If you have the need to carry that much shit just drive yer car!!!!
    Last edited by kmanator; 3 Weeks Ago at 9:52 PM.

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    Poor guy. Click image for larger version. 

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