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    Wifes legs getting rashed from seat

    Any female riders or anyone's wife or girlfriend......

    What do you or they ride with so there legs don't get ate up by the seat. Board shorts ? Neoprene wetsuit bottom ?


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    My wife wears boardshorts when she rides. Keeps her legs from getting chaffed.

    Bill

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    tell her to sit behind you facing forwards....Not in front of you facing backwards...

    Or get a sheepskin seatcover...

    I am lucky my wife thinks my ski is too fast...so she does not ride with me to often....

    Do you have a seat cover??? If so is it the racing ones??I hear they chafe...

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    I have the stock one but I'm going to get the jettrim midsip. Not sure if that will make the problem better or worse. She usually wears like dryfit shorts but they still seem to rub raw.

    I know my driving has something to do with it..... but wakes are too tempting especially yachts and barges.
    I'll try some board shorts

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    They make a "bath mat" type material that is not supposed to slip or chaff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 FAST VE
    They make a "bath mat" type material that is not supposed to slip or chaff.
    Jettrim does ?
    After the mid slip the no slip says you have to have a wetsuit.

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    My wife has a JT. It is the carbon fiber I think.
    It is very soft, but sticky to and she has no problems.

    I will try and find the reciept and see what I ordered.

    Thinking about it it may be Hydro Turf that does the "bath mat"

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    I like the slippery seats because of this problem... board shorts help somewhat, but they can actually give you more chaffing in the long run if they stick to the seat even more, especially if you have a little bit of stubble. She's better off wearing workout shorts of some kind (under armor), as they will rub a lot less than board shorts.

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    board shorts bother me sometimes as well. Like rocket said, I have a pair of under-armor type of shorts i wear, and then i wear my board shorts over those...

    try smothering bombardier Lube all over the seats

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    Kinch buddy: take a look at www.denniskirk.com for the slippery reform shorts, that`s what we wear all the time in the summer...

    and rash gaurds to, just look at my member pic, you`ll see the lovely attire! ...PR...

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