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Suit review: Wolf Kangaroo Sport

Michael Guy, 25 February 2010 16:32

Wolf Kangaroo Sport one piece leathers, £749.99 Miles covered/time? 20,000/six years What’s good: I’ve owned these leathers for over six years and have been impressed with them for a number of reasons. Save £££s on motorcycle leathers Being made from kangaroo they’ve fitted well and been comfortable from the day I got them and despite their high mileage have maintained ...

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Trouser review: Alpinestars Drystar Pants

Adam Child, 02 February 2010 17:19

Alpinestars Drystar Pants £179.99Miles covered/time: 40,000/three years What’s good? In the past three years I’ve worn these trousers through some horrible winters and they have always been 100% waterproof and really warm. Save cash on motorcycle trousers I can’t praise them enough – they’re one of the pieces of kit I couldn’t be without. As well as keeping out the ...

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Product review: Helly Hansen Merino twin pack

Marc Potter, 12 January 2010 10:42

Helly Hansen Merino twin pack, £60Miles covered/time: 2100/nine months What's good? There's loads of base-layer thermals around but I've never worn any as comfortable or as warm as these. Save money on motorcycle products They use the best knowledge taken from the outdoor world which makes them perfect for riding. Long sleeves, and a wicking quick-drying fabric means they're my ...

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Kit review: Frank Thomas X Terrain Jacket

Samuel Pinney, 09 December 2009 14:18

Frank Thomas X Terrain Jacket, £169.99Tester: Samuel Pinney Miles covered/time: 4000/five monthsWhat’s good? It’s really warm, even with the inner lining removed. With the lining in and zipped up properly it’s like riding along inside a yeti. The bright colours are good for visibility and it’s got a wealth of pockets to fill with useful things. The armour isn’t bad ...

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Jacket review: Dainese Tucson Gore-Tex jacket

gjgj, 10 June 2009 16:14

What’s good? Take the lining out and it’s a great summer jacket because it’s so breathable. People think I must be hot, but it’s actually cooler than a leather jacket. Put the lining in and it’s a very warm winter jacket – totally windproof thanks to a highly effective neck seal system. Waterproof pockets, too. Compare and buy motorcycle jackets ...

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Suit review: Rev-It GP Replica suit

Andy Downes, 07 May 2009 10:18

Best bit? The way they stood up to a 60mph highside (resulting in a toasty fireball) at Brands Hatch last year, leaving just a tiny hole in the elbow which, for the money was a very impressive performance. Worst bit? The knee armour can get a bit uncomfortable after a while. Stars (out of five) *****Product: Rev-It GP Replica suitCost: ...

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Jeans review: Red Route Street Kevlar jeans

Andy Downes, 01 May 2009 12:51

Best bit: Comfort, convenience and added level of protection over standard jeans when riding in summer on short journeys. Worst bit: They are so comfortable as to become a tempting replacement on longer journeys too. Stars (out of five) ****Product name: Red Route Street Kevlar jeansCost: £79.95Still available: Yes Miles covered: 1700Time owned: One year

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One-piece suit review: Berik Laser Titanium

Rob Hull, 08 April 2009 15:57

Best thing about it: I don’t care what you say, they look the business. It’s a cowhide construction and for the first time for Berik has titanium external sliders. I haven’t crash tested the suit, thankfully, but it’s still the most comfortable suit I’ve ever owned. Worst thing: Keeping it white! White suits are obviously really difficult to keep maintained, ...

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Jacket review: Dainese Zentex

James Keen, 08 April 2009 15:34

Best thing about it: If you plan to ride on the continent during the peak of summer, leathers are unbearably hot, especially in town. This jacket has large mess panels on the chest and back which let the air flow in and around you, keeping you very cool on the move. It has armour in the shoulders and elbows, plus ...


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