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Old 11-08-07, 08:40 AM   #1
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shiman tights problem


I have shimano tights medium size it fits well on my body (I had tried small, it was too small) but I have one problem it's annoying behind my knee and I don't feel it comfortable when I bend my legs. Do you think I need larger size of tights or what can I do to make it feel better behind my knee. It's shimano tights with padding. I need some advice should I replace it with larger size or I need another tight except shimano?

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Is it some bunching you haven't pulled out at the knee? Mine bunch a bit between the tights, the knee warmers and the knee high socks, but as long as I pull it all smooth it stops being an issue.
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