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Old 17 January 2008, 17:11   #71
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And modelled in Pwllheli here - http://rib.net/forum/attachment.php?...2&d=1199027242
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Old 18 January 2008, 06:47   #72
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Skid lids & visors

How about a fresh & different option? http://www.gathsports.com/products.php
I won't prevent ice on the mow though!
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Old 18 January 2008, 10:42   #73
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How about a fresh & different option?
It's not really fresh & different though is it?

It's a helmet. Hardly revolutionary -- not radically different in concept to a Gecko, and doesn't cover the face anything like as well as a SUM does

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Another happy customer!

Bought 4 x Face masks from John @ Rib.Net and have been very pleased with them. Very compact to store on the boat. I have one in each jockey pod for a rainey day. A Gecko helmet simply would'nt fit in my jockey seats. A big thank you to John for his discovery! Here is My pals wife Morag modeling it for you's! (she's gona kill me)
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Pity I had not the mask on Cape Horn I had to use snowboard helmet (light and warm and comfortable) with binoculars for quad-bikes (covering almost whole face) or only binoculars with the head cover of Musto Dry-Suit HPX...
But any of that solutions didn't stop all the water going through...
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John,
can you get the lenses
If so how much?
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Old 22 November 2008, 00:45   #77
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At the moment I have clear, dark smoked, and yellow as well as the standard light smoked in stock. They're 15 quid each.

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Bugger wish I'd known when I ordered. Maybe an idea to have them advertised in the shop section mate. Will order the lenses after I see what the clear ones are like for glare.
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I only got round to adding the masks to the shop a few weeks ago, and I didn't think about the extra/replacement lenses. I'll put them up there shortly.

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I only got round to adding the masks to the shop a few weeks ago
fuk mee i jus bin inn dat shopp. nott mucch onn de fkin shelvs. jus a bitt ov dojjy botin clobbur

wot abowt sellin sumfink yewseful lyke tennents sooper stronng orr sum splifs or sumfink

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