DIRT WHEELS COLORS
I clearly married above my social
station in life. It’s obvious to anyone
who sees us together. That being the
case, I find myself feeling the need to
establish again and again that my
wife is, indeed, my wife. A tattooed
bar code might be too subtle, and a
literal ball and chain, perhaps,
would be overkill. I’ve settled on a
happy medium: I dress her in Dirt
Wheels colors. So for Christmas this
year, I have stuffed her stocking with
LEATT FUSION VEST 2.0 JUNIOR
Sometimes my son Jesse gets
what he wants from Santa.
Sometimes he gets what Santa
wants him to have—things like
socks and school clothes. In this
case, both Santa and Jesse will be
pleased with the Leatt Fusion Vest.
This provides him with all the protection that Santa, Mom and I want
him to have when he rides his
LT50—and it’s cool, so he’s completely on board with it. The Fusion is a
neck support combined with a torso
protector, which is something that is
only recently available from Leatt.
It’s easy to get into and out of, which
is good, because he’s kind of a klutz.
And, it’s available in two junior
sizes, so he’ll probably get another
one in 2016. It sells for $229.
Contact: www.leatt-brace.com ;
a fresh Dirt Wheels baseball cap
with a new Dirt Wheels tee. They
look great, are durable, and, best of
all, they identify who she is and
what she’s all about. They will do all
the same things for you and the people you care for. Price for the cap is
$18.95, and the tee runs for $12.95.
www.hi-torque.com, go to “store.”