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    My STP10 wicking shirt could be seen on Hedgehog Mountain this past Sunday with some very nice new friends.

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    It and the Kia Soul made you very easy to find in the Visitor's Center parking lot too!!

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    My shirt was very active on a Half Century Bike Ride.

    This past Saturday Hunter and I did a fifty mile ride on The Cape Cod Bike Trail. Wellfleet to Dennis and back.

    My shirt definitely added a few miles an hour to my average speed.

    If Hunter had worn his he could have kept pace.





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    Your bike ride sounds like it was a nice one. And the shirt looks good on you.
    Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stets View Post
    If Hunter had worn his he could have kept pace.
    Why would he have wanted to slow down to your pace?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    Why would he have wanted to slow down to your pace?

    Good Point!


    Even though Hunter was coasting most of the way, I am still convinced that the the aero-dynamics of the shirt kept me in the lead.
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    Default STP colors for Flags on the 48

    Mine has become one of my primary running and hiking shirts. It summited Lafayette for Flags over the 48 this weekend...though it is hidden under my STP Fleece in the attached picture...it was in the 40's on the summit and since we were up there for about 3 hours, it made sense to cover up!!!



    BTW: I'm also wearing an STP hat!!! I talked to a numberof people on the summit about STP, none had ever done it before.
    Last edited by BanjoChris; 09-13-2010 at 11:02 AM.

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    Very nice photo Chris! It looks like it was a bit chilly up there.
    Bob

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    Very colorful.

    Nice job.

    Looks like the fleece was a good idea and seems like your shirt is getting a lot of use.
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    No Brad, I'm not going to shoot you for posting the comment about the premium shirt Basically we ordered a few extra's as "event insurance", just to make sure we're prepared & everyone's happy (not always the case, but be assured we do try). If anyone is interested in purchasing an extra STP premium shirt, please just let me know. I have a few in limited sizes, but I'd be happy to talk with anyone if there's interest.

    Karen Hemeon
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