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Aerostich Classic City Tactical Two-Piece Motorcycle Suit Review

Aerostich Classic City Tactical Two-Piece Motorcycle Suit

The Aerostich Roadcrafter is the most easily identifiable riding suit in all of motorcycling. Made of 500-denier Cordura nylon, it’s earned a solid reputation among commuting, touring and adventure riders. Because Aerostich does post-crash repairs on its suits, it has seen firsthand how well Cordura nylon holds up. Based on years of observations, Aerostich determined that in accidents at typical ...

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Tour Master Element Cooling Leather Motorcycle Jacket and Pants Review

Tour Master Element Cooling Leather Jacket

Leather is hard to beat in terms of durability and abrasion resistance, which is why you see road racers clad in animal hide from neck to toe. Leather also blocks wind and adds style, but, in addition to weighing and costing more than comparable textile apparel, leather is often hotter and has less weather resistance. With its Element Cooling Leather ...

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MFW Vario Adjustable Footpegs Review

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Finding a motorcycle with ergonomics that suit you shouldn’t be a matter of going from showroom to showroom sitting on different bikes until you find one that’s comfortable. But that’s how it works out sometimes, forcing you to pass up a bike you otherwise like because the seating position hurts your knees or back or wrists. While there are plenty ...

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BMW Rallye Motorcycle Suit Review

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BMW strives to maintain its premium image as a motorcycle brand, which carries over to its apparel. We’ve tested all sorts of BMW-branded jackets, pants, boots and gloves over the years, and the general consensus among our crew of use-it-and-abuse-it testers is that the gear may be expensive, but you get what you pay for. BMW’s Rallye Suit, the gear ...

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Cortech Sequoia XC Adventure Suit Review

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As the adventure-riding segment grows, so does the variety of clothing to wear while you explore the back-of-beyond, each new product promising to protect adventurers from a wide range of weather and mishaps. Helmet House has joined the fray with its Cortech branded and economically priced Sequoia XC jacket and pants ($349.99 and $164.99, respectively). A 600-denier Carbolex polyester fabric ...

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Dainese Black Hawk Jacket

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Classic Protection Constructed of 100 percent Roma leather with a nubuck finish, the Dainese Black Hawk jacket combines classic, V-twin styling with modern-but-subdued protection and comfort features. It includes removable CE-certified armor in the shoulders and elbows, a bubble liner for insulation and a removable thermal vest liner. There’s subtle micro elastic at the elbows, and vents with zip closures ...

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Long Visor for Arai Pro Shade System

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Longer Visor Arai offers a long-visor version of its Pro Shade System tinted shield setup. The longer tinted lens provides slightly more coverage than the standard Pro Shade System and is available in four tint options (Smoke, Orange/Red, Blue and Silver). The Arai Pro Shade keeps working in the up position by reducing overhead glare both day and night, offering ...

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Power Trip Gauge Mesh and Pivot Motorcycle Jackets Review

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Two hundred and sixty bucks is a pretty typical price for a decent textile riding jacket, wouldn’t you say? What if that could buy you two? Joe Rocket’s Power Trip line says it has redefined cheap with its Gauge Mesh and Pivot jackets, and we’re inclined to agree. Starting at $129.99 each, you could own both an armored mesh jacket ...

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Dainese D-Explorer Gore-Tex Suit Review

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Dainese’s D-Explorer Gore-Tex suit is designed for the demands of adventure/dual-sport riding, where negotiating challenging terrain may require standing on the pegs, counterbalancing, pushing, pulling and, on those unlucky days, picking up your heavy bike again and again. The “modular flap system” allows panels on the chest, back and thighs to be opened—incrementally from small to large openings—to expose mesh ...

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Olympia Moto Sports Blaze Safety Vest Review

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Wearing hi-viz apparel is a great way to get motorists’ attention. Ultra-bright colors that don’t exist in nature catch their eyes, and that momentary “what’s that?” pause may make them think twice before pulling out in front of you. But what makes hi-viz gear appealing from a safety standpoint makes it unappealing in terms of style. Some people just can’t ...

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