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Couldn't agree more with the lack of gear available for women and the issues faced by retailers. Scuderia has a great selection of women's gear if you are in the SF area. We've just selected them to carry our line of MotoChic bags as they a offer variety of jackets, pants, helmets for women and their staff is outstanding.

Debra
Los Gatos, CA
Monday, October 5, 2015
I suddenly feel *very* lucky to live 20 minutes from Iron Pony. They have what I guess could be considered a huge women's riding gear section. Seriously, I've seen dealers with less room for all their gear than what Pony has just for us girls. They also just got in a bunch more boots (though they're pretty much from just two or three brands.) Tons of brands for jackets, fitting rooms, even plenty of helmets with more feminine designs! And an hour away the Ohio branch of Competition Accessories even has a small but decent selection. If you're ever in Ohio stop on by! I'll do my best not to take Pony's selection for granted anymore.

Kat
Columbus, OH
Thursday, August 6, 2015
As a female rider, I have gotten used to the fact that most gear is made for men. Although my local Harley-Davidson has some women's selections, the majority is still for the male rider. To that end, I simply buy items made for men in the smallest sizes I can find to fit me. My biggest problem is finding boots that fit well, and when I do I buy as many pairs as I can afford. They usually do not last long on the shelves.

Devyn Quinn
Farwell, TX
Thursday, August 6, 2015
First off, there is no such thing as a margin over 99.9%. You can have a 1000% mark-up, but not a margin. Second, margin on motorcycle clothing varies between 20 on the low side and 50 on the high side. The issue is that women's gear just does not sell well, so dealers don't tend to stock a lot of it. Second, and a big irritation to my wife is that manufacturers seem to insist on making women's gear in pink, or at least with pink accents. She says "it's incredibly patronizing of the manufacturers to push this stuff in pink. Just because we are female does not mean we are Barbie types. We want variety! We don't want pink!" Are you listening manufacturers?

Mike
Manchester, M, United Kingdom
Thursday, August 6, 2015
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