Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Were it's too cold to ride in winter, arghhh!
When I went riding in the US last summer, bought a couple of t-shirts in different Harley dealers. Usually, I wear L size and I got screwed with a couple of shirts. They are not all of the same material and made in different country. Some L are more like really XL and some are more like M.
Also, all the ones that I chosen were from Nicaragua or Indonesia and were more expensive than the ones made in USA. Go figure???
Then again, lots of product are written made in USA and are not really. Some manage to go across the rules here...
I also remember in guitars back 20 years ago, when you had a Japan Fender or a Gibson (Epiphone), it was like having a cheep copy. Now, if you have one, you are lucky and they are going up in value 'cause they are good and the cheep one's are now the Mexican, Chineese and Korean models.
Will we see the day when we are gonna say, wow, it's made in China!!! Hope not.