| Here is a great looking leather jacket that any street or sport rider will like.
It has sharp looks and borrows some key features from race leathers such as the external titanium armor on the shoulders
(see below).You can wear this jacket as a stand-alone sport jacket or you can put together a good two piece suit
by pairing it with AGV's Willow pants (click thru from the product page to see those. So for just under $350 you can own a set of leathers for street or track.
We bought this closeout group which includes all men's sizes from 44 to 52 in three colors.
All are available right now, but there is only one or two in some size selections.
MSRP: $299Now: $169 + Free Shipping!
|New Product Reviews, Pics and Fit Check:
New Graphics in the Icon Airframe Helmet
New for 2013 are the Carbon RR and Vaquero graphics.+New Graphics in the Icon Airmada Helmet
New for 2013 are the Chainbrain (which glows in the dark), Salient and Medicine Man graphics. Just click through and look for the "new" banners to view. Four New Cold/Cool Weather Riding Gloves From FirstGear
Well, winter is not quite over yet, so you'll want to check out four new gloves from FirstGear. They are all variations on a theme. Two styles have thicker insulation for cold weather and two styles have thinner insulation for spring/fall milder weather. And then there is the choice of whether the palms are insulated. The non-insulated palms are made for those with heated grips. (more
) Joe Rocket Reactor 3.0 Jacket ...Leather is used in likely impact areas and the leather also adds to the jacket's overall structure and makes it feel like the armor will be better kept in position in case of a fall. And just from an aesthetic point of view, I really like how the leather/mesh looks and feels. The only downside to this particular model is the removable rain liner. The fabric feels more like a rain barrier you'd find incorporated between the inner liner and outer shell of a waterproof jacket. I'm sure it would do a good job for its intended purpose... to keep you dry in a rain, but the fabric feels like rubbery plastic and makes it hard to stick your arm through the sleeve. Most people won't even use it, but I wouldn't be doing my duty if I didn't warn you.... (more)
REV'IT! Tornado Pants ...I found the pants to be a relatively easy fit and comfortable. Not too baggy, but not too constrictive either. The design of the pants makes them OK for wearing over other street clothes (as overpants), or for wearing over underwear or shorts, and I would imagine that you'd probably wind up doing both. Like other REV'IT! products I've reviewed, the Tornado pants use very nice materials and fixtures (snaps, zippers, etc) and the overall tailoring is very high quality. You'll not see any loose threads, puckers, ragged lining ends, etc, that you sometimes find with lower price gear. So not only does this gear look good, but it should perform well for a long time. You can see how the pants would perform in hot weather, but the pants will work in cooler weather as well. They come equipped with a full length thermal liner...... (more)
We are no longer going to be offering the make and model specific TechSpec Grip Pads.
Only a few applications remain and quantities are low, don't miss out!See all TechSpec on closeout
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