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Old 09-21-2013, 02:36 PM   #1
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Not for me!

But for those that are looking to buy gear, single-ply; multi-ply; all areas of the gear, shirts etc...


  • How do you go about choosing a size?
  • Do the different "plys", multi/single, make a difference in how you size up to buy?
  • If going by a chart, given by the seller, would you go smaller or larger or are they normally accurate?
  • If your measurement seem to fall between two varying sizes, which would be the sensible option?
  • Can you return bought items or is this individual to each seller and would you recommend a person checks on this prior to purchasing?

Is there any other advice you feel is important to know upfront, something I missed in the above short list of questions...?
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Old 09-21-2013, 04:29 PM   #2
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I would always contact the seller with your measurements. They will size it right for you. Most will also have a set of rules for returns. Each company is different and a lot of times each style of gear made by that company can vary in sizing. Meaning a size 50 in Titan and Metal are different.
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