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    Registered User KALTZG's Avatar
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    Free women's riding gear

    I recently posted this on the Women of the MOA forum, but no takers yet. So, I thought I'd try here.

    Three years ago my wife passed away. I have two First Gear riding jackets, Summer Mesh and Winter w/liner, and a pair of First Gear water proof riding pants all in women's sizes. I would like to offer these items free of charge to a new rider in need of riding gear. These items are in like new condition. I only ask that the person who accepts these will use them. I'm not offering these items for sale. It is my intention that this gear will be put to good use. Sizes and color are listed below.

    First Gear Kilamanjaro winter jacket w/liner women's size medium color yellow
    First Gear summer mesh w/rain liner women's size medium color yellow
    First Gear water proof over pants women's size 12

    Please feel free to contact me with any questions. I will even cover shipping costs.
    850-758-5890
    Gail Kaltz
    1997 GS

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    The gear has been claimed

    Thanks everyone.
    Gail Kaltz
    1997 GS

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    Very nice.
    Gary
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    Giving your wife's gear away was a thougtful and kind thing to do.

    Thank you.
    George
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    Sorry for your loss. Your thoughtful and kind gesture is a great way to honor her memory. You did her proud.

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    I agree with the above sentiment. I don't know how'd I would even breathe if l lost my wife.
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    KALTZG; What a classy gesture. Highest personal regards.

    Bob

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