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Clifford Gillmore
10-05-2009, 01:58 AM
I've got a Metal reseller/enthusiest flying in on wednesday with some new toys for me!

New Pro Briefs 46
New Viking Pro Squatter adjustable straps 52
Used Viking V Type Squatter 54

Suits are a size too big, but the briefs are just on the right size. Ever since I got my gym bag stolen I havn't been able to get the funds together to buy a new kit, but this came up for $200 for the lot!


I'm quite happy :)

NickAus
10-05-2009, 04:31 AM
What is your hip measurement?
I have pro briefs size 42 and they are pretty tight, my hips are 42 legs 26-27".
With your legs you may find the briefs (46) very hard to get over your legs.
Good score for $200 by the way!

Clifford Gillmore
10-05-2009, 01:03 PM
Hip is 48, upper quad is 30" flexed. I'm banking on some garbage bags to get them one and seated, I'm hoping its not too much of a fight!

There are now some new Metal Black 2.5M black wraps to go with it too!

theBarzeen
10-05-2009, 04:20 PM
that's some crap, stealing someone's gear........

Sidior
10-05-2009, 06:47 PM
I'm looking forward to seeing your thoughts on the metal pro squatter.

NickAus
10-05-2009, 08:24 PM
Hip is 48, upper quad is 30" flexed. I'm banking on some garbage bags to get them one and seated, I'm hoping its not too much of a fight!

There are now some new Metal Black 2.5M black wraps to go with it too!

Heck that's a good deal those wraps are bloody expensive!

Yeah the briefs should just fit but I think they will be very tight.

Let us know how all the gear works out.

NickAus
10-05-2009, 08:25 PM
I've got a Metal reseller/enthusiest flying in on wednesday with some new toys for me!

New Pro Briefs 46
New Viking Pro Squatter adjustable straps 52
Used Viking V Type Squatter 54

Suits are a size too big, but the briefs are just on the right size. Ever since I got my gym bag stolen I havn't been able to get the funds together to buy a new kit, but this came up for $200 for the lot!


I'm quite happy :)

Who is this reseller?