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After a little over a year of use by myself and some of the guys I ride with, I can now recommend the this store for leathers. My chaps have worn like iron. Very soft and comfortable, but thick for protection. I have the lined ones with the braid down the sides. Several of the guys I ride with have ordered chaps and coats from them and they are very pleased with the performance of the products. VERY inexpensive and WORTH the price!

http://www.bransonwholesale.com/

If you are looking for leathers for the spring check them out. (And no I don't get any commissions of this post, too bad because I need to get my wife some new chaps this spring.)

Come on spring……………time to ride again!
 

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Thanks Gator!
They are cheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeap!
Kinda wonder the quality of the leather? I guess I will be getting a pair for my chopper now after all. Nice to have a pair to throw on incase I need'm. >PD<
 

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WOW! those prices are incredably low for leather!

and you are pleased too! thats even more incredable.

$99 for a leather jacket! :shock:
 

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Hmm. It would take a lot to pry me away from Fox Creek Leather. I'll have to scope this site out.
 

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I've had a jacket and chaps from Branson for over a year now. Still comfy in the jacket and the chaps still look llike new. I do treat them about every two months.
 

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Hmm... Yeah, Id have to see the products firsthand before ordering. Leather that cheap... I dunno..
 

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These are Pakistani made jackets sold by numerous outfits. I bought one for around $100 from leatherup.com. If you look at leather-up or Hot Leathers or this site and they're all selling basically the same stuff. They just each put thier own lables on them.
http://www.hotleathers.com/store/prod-m587.aspx?SID=1&Product_ID=5&Category_ID=25
http://www.leatherup.com/product.asp?pf_id=B7202-Cruiser
http://www.bransonwholesale.com/jacketsmens.html Look at MJ-711

BTW, I'm quite happy with the quality of the jacket after 6 months of use.
 

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zodder said:
Hmm. It would take a lot to pry me away from Fox Creek Leather. I'll have to scope this site out.
Fox Creek rocks.

Nothing wrong with Pakistani leather, and I've owned a lot, but Fox Creek is a class act.
 

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I have some reservations.
How can they offer saddlebags for $49?
I bought some saddlebags from Jafrum (www.jafrum.com) for about the same price and have been very happy with them. They don't have quick release buckles, which I would've preferred but for the price, they are really great. I also bought a tool bag and helmet from them. All were worth the money spent.
 

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They also have a good price on....................

Rainsuits too! I have been in their store and they are very nice and more than willing to help. I also would recommend them!

Rick
 

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I bought 2 rain suits from Branson Wholesale and they are very well made. A little bulky to pack but will keep you dry inside. The suits are one of the few that I have seen that have heat shields built into the leggings. If you ride a cruiser, then this is an important feature because of the hot headpipes. The rain suits run very big so you have to order a size or 2 smaller. I'm 5'-7"/160lbs and a small was nearly too big for me. I've been to their store also and the jackets, chaps, and bags are good quality for the price.

As mentioned above, Jafrum is also a good source for leather.

Stan
 
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