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    Riding Gear for the preppy worker

    it's actually patient data.. i work for a healthcare organization.

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    Riding Gear for the preppy worker

    With that you're probably ok. SOX is mainly interested in financial data.

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    that's interesting that they went that far to find out what kind of offsite storage you are using.

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    Riding Gear for the preppy worker

    I'm surprised if you're in health care that HIPAA doesn't stop them from having you carry data around like that.

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    no joke, ben. thankfully i'm not responsible for knowing such things.

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    Originally posted by bump909
    it's actually patient data.. i work for a healthcare organization.
    uhhh... which one. i can switch pretty easily.

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    They let you take home patient data? I work on the network team at a hospital in Longwood and we are forced to use Iron Mountain although we are switching to Arms.
    Back to the thread, anyone know a good brand of rain pants? I'm sick of the 20 dollar pairs that are glued at the seams.

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    Riding Gear for the preppy worker

    This is what I am using and they are fairly waterproof and on clearance....

    http://www.newenough.com/firstgear_h...pants_page.htm

    I use them from 30F to over 100F.

    The inner liner is as close to waterproof as you can get.
    The outer mesh dries within 15 minutes of getting wet when you are on the bike.

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    Riding Gear for the preppy worker

    Originally posted by Currently
    This is what I am using and they are fairly waterproof and on clearance....

    http://www.newenough.com/firstgear_h...pants_page.htm

    I use them from 30F to over 100F.

    The inner liner is as close to waterproof as you can get.
    The outer mesh dries within 15 minutes of getting wet when you are on the bike.
    those look good, but still have a bit of Power Ranger to them. I wish I could get some PLAIN over-pants that offer a little protection but don't look a lot like riding pants. And have a zip down the side!

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    You cant get more conservative than these!

    http://www.aerostich.com/catalog/US/...s-p-16379.html

    Great pants, albeit a little pricey.


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    Originally posted by babo
    You cant get more conservative than these!

    http://www.aerostich.com/catalog/US/...s-p-16379.html

    Great pants, albeit a little pricey.

    Buddy of mine has a set. Another buddy just crashed in them at Deal's while borrowing and you can't tell anything happened. Mint pants. He got them used for about $125.

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    Thanks for the tip, just ordered those first gear pants from moto market.

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    those Aerostitch pants are it. when i get a few extra $bob$, i'm gonna get me a pair.

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    Originally posted by BadBoyBilly

    Now my problem is I work in the Information Technology field which means I have to carry a laptop with accessories on a daily basis to and from work, as well as hard drives, backup tapes, etc. Do you guys know of a special backback designed for motorcycle riders to keep objects secure from bouncing around like in a regular backpack?
    www.spireusa.com

    I have my last gen Zoom XL for going on 5 years now, use it every day and sadly cannot find a reason to replace it. The contents inside have gone from T21 to T43's, zip drives, et. cetc. It's seen light rain on the bike without issue, a couple summers of commuting via bike as well, and has served as my primary carry-on for 100k or so of airline travel as well. It's costly, but extremely well worth it. It's also served for 3 years of walking around the NU campus as well and hiking all over Boston. I might have to take it out back and shoot it if I want a new one.

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    I like the aerostich. Where can I try them on locally?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ftrain View Post
    I like the aerostich. Where can I try them on locally?
    You are just right for the aerostitch!!

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