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Aerostich Protekt Khaki Pants – Review

"Dark" Aerostich Protekt Khakis with TF3 armor installed.

Aerostich’s Protekt Khakis combine the orderly appearance of business casual with the impact protection of well designed riding gear, utilizing an innovative set of hidden armor pockets and strategically placed abrasion-resistant fabric layers. The exterior shell is made entirely of machine washable cotton twill, styled in the contemporary pleatless Dockeresque  fashion. Hidden armor pockets at the knees accept Aerostich’s optional ...

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Aerostich Transit 2 Suit Review


Back in 2008, Aerostich released the first-generation Transit suit, made of Gore-Tex Pro Shell leather—top-grain leather fused with a breathable, waterproof inner membrane. During tanning, the leather is treated with repellents so it won’t absorb water like traditional leather, and molded-tooth waterproof zippers round out the keep-the-rider-dry strategy. The Transit is covered with thousands of micro-perforations that allow moisture to ...

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Aerostich Spring Open House, Duluth, Minnesota, May 16


Mark your calendars and ride to Duluth, Minnesota, for Aerostich’s Spring Open House, May 16th, 2015, from 8am to 4pm. Check out all of the new catalog products (over 70) and all the latest riding gear and garments while you mix and mingle with Aerostich staff, fellow motorcyclists and malcontents riding in from parts unknown. • Free on-site seminars and ...

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Aerostich Transit Motorcycle Suit Review


[This Aerostich Transit Motorcycle Suit Review was originally published in the July 2009 issue of Rider magazine] Leather is cool. After blowing my savings on my first motorcycle, I maxed out my credit card on a bad black leather jacket. Then a few months later at a flea market in Berlin I paid a Turkish guy 100 deutschmarks for some ...

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Aerostich DarienLight Motorcycle Jacket Review

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[This Aerostich DarienLight Motorcycle Jacket Review was originally published in the May 2009 issue of Rider magazine] Were I to attempt a crossing of the Darien Gap I would certainly use this jacket. For those not familiar with the Darien, it is that hundred-mile stretch of roadless wilderness between Panama and Columbia, and it is horribly hot and humid—the most ...

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