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Dark Knight riding suit features body armor, thigh candy

By Jeff Karr, Photography by UD Replicas

BURBANK, Calif., Apr. 1
Most of us gave up wearing Superman suits around our 11th Halloween, and burned our Ambiguously Gay Duo spandex after that disturbing incident at the Community College we try not to talk about. Or even think about. Yet still there's a fascination with all things Superhero.

Thus, the Dark Knight motorcycle suit. With functional body armor built in, the Dark Knight suit was originally priced at around a grand late last year; scan eBay for the going rate on one of the 1000 copies that were injected into the swirling vortex of air-humping consumerism. You probably should ask the seller to pay for dry cleaning. Just a thought.

Leveraging that uber-hot Batman ethos-smoldering and dangerous Christian Bale, not strutting '60s campy Adam West-the Dark Knight riding suit offers choice physical enhancements of questionable safety value. Topping the list is a perky codpiece, presumably scaled to accommodate 95th percentile Superhero needs. (See Exhibit A) Not sure how the average R1 rider is supposed to put those forearm-mounted kitten-eviscerating can-openers to use either. No worries. It's a timeless look.

Pouting, thigh-groping hottie negotiated separately.

By Jeff Karr
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