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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: 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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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: Ixon Gallium Pro winter jacket

Tim Thompson, 07 January 2014 15:30

Ixon Gallium Pro winter jacket, £279.99 (discontinued, still available online for £149.99) Time tested: 16 months What’s good? The adaptable and flexible Gallium Pro is a jacket for winter but I got mine specifically for wearing over my leathers all-year round. And for this very specialist job, I’m yet to find better. Elasticated stretch panels behind the arms and elbows ...

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Product Review: BMW Streetguard 3 two-piece suit

Andy Downes, 30 December 2013 15:30

BMW Streetguard 3 two-piece suit, £1060Miles covered/time: 15,500/two-years What’s good? This BMW Streetguard suit is a two-piece suit that replaced my old Hein Gericke suit, and it took some getting used to. The warmth, waterproofing, armour, practicality and sheer quality are amazing. I wore this suit for a 2500-mile trip over four days across Europe and it was near faultless ...

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Product Review: Spada RPM textile jacket

Simon Patterson, 18 December 2013 15:16

Spada RPM textile jacket, £99.95Time tested: 200 miles What’s good? For a budget jacket, this does everything I need it to. It’s warm, dry and reasonably comfortable – but it comes with some of the niggles you’d expect from a sub-£100 jacket, too. Loads of pockets, which are lined with thick plastic, mean it’s easy to stow your stuff while ...

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Product Review: Arc-on Evo 2 one-piece race suit

Tim Thompson, 18 December 2013 15:08

Arc-on Evo 2 one-piece race suit £749 (£849 custom fitted) Time tested Six months What’s good? Arc-on are small, London-based specialists offering both off-the-peg and custom-fitted leathers. The tailoring service adds £100 to the price of a top-of-the-range Evo 2 one-piece suit but delivers a fit that makes it feel indisputably yours from day one. My Evo 2 strikes an ...

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Product Review: Alpinestars Viper Air Textile Jacket

Michael Neeves, 09 December 2013 17:00

Alpinestars Viper Air Textile Jacket: £169.99Time tested: Six months/4000-miles. What’s good? I’ve been wearing this textile jacket for the summer season, including a 3000-mile riding holiday down to Portugal on my Hyperstrada. It’s light, comfortable and the mesh construction keeps you cool in the very hot weather, but thanks to a removable, windproof inner-lining it keeps you warm in chilly ...

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Product Review: Revit Ventura jacket and trousers

Alison Silcox, 09 December 2013 17:00

Revit Ventura jacket and trousers, £289.99 & £199.99 Time tested: 2020 miles/ 3 months What’s good? This light coloured textile kit is a real change to the normal, drab and dark kit I wear, with some little bits of blue detailing it’s really stylish. With our ever changing weather it’s proved to be waterproof and with the double zip on ...


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