lol prolly sounds stupid but does a white one piece sound like a good idea on a big powder day. would i dissapear. lol. and no i dont want to hear that its not a good idea on any day. comments appreciated.
go for it, people will still see your goggles, hat, gloves, etc.. And as far as keeping it clean goes, that all depends on how well you do with not bumping into dirty cars, rolling up the legs when walking through parking lots, falling on rails, eating sloppy food, etc etc haha
Dude, joke's totally on them, you should make a t-shirt that says 'all you fools suck' and on the back it can say 'I rule coz T-dawg said so' and yeah, you'll be rockin it shibby, new steeze brah, wikkid! ~PhattTim
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My roommate wore a white jacket and pants last year and people would always run into him....Im pretty sure they could never see him, especially riding at Big White with the fog all the time.... It was the funniest shit Ive ever seen. I think his count of people smashing into him was like 14 by the end of the year....
other than the obvious dirt issues, there is one thing i would say...
this might seem a bit intense, but is relevant to bc riding, and could mean life/death- if you get buried in a slide and have a bit poking out, your buddy might not spy it if its white, whereas he'd see it straight off if it were coloured. this might seem stupid, and he should find you with his tracker, but sometimes a few seconds really do count!
anyways, hope that doesn't happen, but its a legit concern i think...
i mean yeah i have servants to carry me but it was more of the safety issue of gettin covered like what rastarider was sayin. gettin clipped by little kids all day on hardpark will probably be the bigger issue.
thats what i was thinking. i'd want to be wearing the brightest colors ever if i get caught in a slide so people could find me
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