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Product Review: Bering Brannigan leather jacket

Steve Hunt, 18 March 2014 11:30

Bering Brannigan leather jacket, £359.99 Time tested: Six months/2000 miles What’s good? I absolutely adore this jacket. The vintage styling of the leather – 1.5mm cowhide - harks back to the trendy period of the ‘70s (honestly, there was one!) and isn't compromised by large logos or tacky details. The only detailing is the overstitching, which completes the look. But ...

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Product Review: Dainese D-Air Racing suit

Bruce Dunn, 18 March 2014 11:30

Dainese D-Air Racing suit, £2409.99-£3239.99 Time tested: One year/2000 miles What’s good? This is a one-piece racing suit, with an electronically-activated airbag that is inflated in the event of a crash. The airbag claims to reduce the risk of direct impact between the rider’s helmet and collarbone in a crash, and limit the amount of neck bending while the rider ...

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Product review: Rukka Argo jacket and Argonaut trousers

Tim Thompson, 04 March 2014 11:00

Rukka Argo jacket, £799.99 and Argonaut trousers, £599.99Tester: Tim ThompsonTime tested: 1100 miles/seven months What’s good? The essence of the Argo/Argonaut combi is lightness and simplicity. Despite its showcase Gore Lockout toothless zip and Kevlar-reinforced Armacor crash panels and Gore-Tex Pro Shell laminate construction, it’s the way the Argo fits when sitting on the bike that stands out. For a ...

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Product Review: RevIT Neptune GTX textile suit

Liam Marsden, 04 March 2014 11:00

RevIT Neptune GTX jacket £379.99, Rev’It Neptune GTX trousers £289.99Tester: Liam MarsdenTime tested: 1000 miles/two months What’s good? RevIT says the adventure-styled Neptune jacket and trousers are aimed at true four-season riders, with two inner jackets – one Gore-Tex for keeping the water out and one thermal for keeping the cold out. The Gore-Tex lining in both have so far ...

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Product Review: Spidi Track Wind Pro lady

Emma Franklin, 18 February 2014 11:30

Spidi Track Wind Pro lady, £700 Time tested: Eight months What’s good? Quite possibly the best-fitting ladies suit I’ve ever worn, the Track Wind Pro uniquely combines 1.3mm cowhide with large areas of Flex Tenax stretch material. With the stretchy panels in unexposed areas of the abdomen, chest, groin and arms the Spidi suit fits in all the right places, ...

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Product Review: Oxford Chillout Jacket

Richard Newland, 04 February 2014 11:00

Oxford Chillout Jacket, £79.99 (£69.99 for thin people) Time tested: 5000 miles/12 months What’s good? I’m not a big fan of undersuits, or clever extra layers. Already being a gentleman of morbidly obese proportions, extra layers tend only to make my normal garments tighter, or make a nuisance of themselves by bunching up uncomfortably. So I was quite surprised that, ...

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Product Review: Macna Savage textile jacket

Tony Hoare, 04 February 2014 11:00

Macna Savage textile jacket, £169.99 Time tested: 1600 miles/five months What’s good? I’d never heard of Macna until last year, but this jacket has impressed me for its mixture of subtle looks and effective performance. It’s warm with the thermal liner in, cool with it out and even cooler still with the vents unzipped. It has reflective patches that stand ...

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Product Review: Alpinestars Solaris textile jacket

Phil West, 28 January 2014 11:30

Alpinestars Solaris textile jacket, £158 Time tested: 500 miles/3 months What’s good? The new-for-2013 Solaris is a textile, general purpose, 'sports' jacket with a more snug  fit than a full-on winter jacket and a higher waistband. I reckon it looks good and is comfy, mostly thanks to a soft, high collar and decent tailoring, on and off bike. It's practical ...

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Product Review: Exo2 heated jacket

Michael Guy, 14 January 2014 16:00

Exo2 heated jacket, £259.99 Time tested: 3400 miles/three months What’s good? The arrival of the Exo2 heated jacket has been a genuine game changer for me this winter. Despite having ridden through December, January and February for the last 20 years, up until now I was a heated clothing virgin. I‘d piled on the layers and dealt with being cold ...

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Product Review: Held Uncover suit

Andy Davidson, 14 January 2014 16:00

Held Uncover suit, jacket £279.99, trousers £229.99 Time tested: Nine months/ 19,000 miles What’s good? This is a winter suit through and through, which locks in the heat and the thermal liners do a great job. The outer shell is made of tough stuff, surviving more than a few scrapes with ease and holds off the rain for longer than ...

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