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Wim,

I went to the Veloce Gear website to look for pictures of the new glove line in their different colors. Noticed you did not have the gloves out there yet. Can you post some pics of the different color options (finalized) to the website or here? Now that I got a bike again, I want some better gloves.

Also, what's up with the Stolla line? You have a suit called Amazon. I though calling a woman an Amazon Woman was a bad thing.

Might want to do a little market research on that. Kinda like when Chevy (supposedly) sent the NOVA to Latin America with little success. It seems that "no va" means "no go" in Spanish.

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Wim,

I went to the Veloce Gear website to look for pictures of the new glove line in their different colors. Noticed you did not have the gloves out there yet. Can you post some pics of the different color options (finalized) to the website or here? Now that I got a bike again, I want some better gloves.

Also, what's up with the Stolla line? You have a suit called Amazon. I though calling a woman an Amazon Woman was a bad thing.

Might want to do a little market research on that. Kinda like when Chevy (supposedly) sent the NOVA to Latin America with little success. It seems that "no va" means "no go" in Spanish.

Thanks,

Shawn

Hey Shawn -

Thanks for visiting the site. The missing gloves was an error on my part - there is a page, but it was not linked right. Sorry.

Amazon was actually a given name to Female Gladiators in Ancient Rome. It was not regarded as derogatory, and I preferred it to Gladiatrix :001_smile:

That is why we put a little explanation of the names on the home page. The site is still being developed and will be updated in weeks to come. I will get the gloves on there as soon as possible.

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Thanks!! Looking forward to seeing them.

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The actual product pictures will take a little longer as I have to get production copies in first. Please bear with us.

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Since Mike won't do it himself......check out the improved web site. Very cool!!!
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Kinda like when Chevy (supposedly) sent the NOVA to Latin America with little success. It seems that "no va" means "no go" in Spanish.
and when they brought the Pinto to Brazil and Portugal... means "little penis" in Portugese

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and when they brought the Pinto to Brazil and Portugal... means "little penis" in Portugese
I thought that's what Corvette and H2 Hummer meant?

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I thought that's what Corvette and H2 Hummer meant?
I thought a Hummer was....umm....well.....nevermind

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