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PostPosted: 18 Apr 2010, 11:34 
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Anyone noticing that these dry out quicker or seem stiffer than regular skirts? Did I get a bad/dry batch?



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 Post subject: Living Image skirts
PostPosted: 18 Apr 2010, 11:40 
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I have some hand-tied jigs a fellow sent me, and they have the living image skirts. They do seem to dry quicker, and are a bit stiffer. I'm thinking they're supposed to be like that, but not 100% sure. I like 'em :)



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PostPosted: 19 Apr 2010, 09:10 
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sounds like you might have a bad batch... those are the skirts I use and I have some that are about 2 years old and they are still in top shape.

I just bought some new styles about 1-2 months ago and they seem to still be doing fine



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