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Product Review: Klim Badlands Pro Jacket and trousers

Michael Guy, 12 November 2014 17:00

Klim Badlands Pro Jacket and trousers, £599 and £455 (were £749 and £569) Time tested: Four years/6500 miles What’s good? This is a true state-of-the-art suit designed for the hardcore adventure rider. Made with a Gore-Tex three-layer Pro Shell outer to ensure it’s 100% waterproof the suit features D3O armour throughout. Arguably its greatest asset is that the designers at ...

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Product Review: Rev’It Neptune GTX suit

Liam Marsden, 05 November 2014 10:30

Rev’It Neptune GTX suit, (jacket, £379.99, trousers £289.99) Time tested: 13,000 miles/One year What’s good? This is a very versatile suit, and it has to be since Rev’It has aimed it at four-season riders. The outer layer is just that, an outer layer holding the armour. Inside that is a removable waterproof Gore-Tex lining that takes care of keeping you ...

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Product Review: Dainese D-Air street airbag vest

Tony Hoare, 05 November 2014 09:00

Dainese D-Air street airbag vest, £699.99 and sensor kit, £439.99 Time tested: Seven months/5000 miles What’s good? It’s reassuring to ride with Dainese’s electronic system watching over me, which can detect an accident is happening and fire an airbag to protect my neck, shoulders, chest and back (see right for what you get and how it works). The two kits ...

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Product Review: Furygan New Texas jacket

Phil West, 29 October 2014 12:30

Furygan New Texas jacket, £379.99 Miles covered/time: 1600 miles/eight months What's good? I’ve always liked Furygan stuff. I had a semi-casual ‘blouson’ style jacket decades ago that was my staple, whose quality matched its style and never wore out. Then, oddly, the French outfit somehow slipped off my radar. This is my re-introduction. It’s a semi-casual ‘trucker’ or ‘docker’ style ...

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Product Review: Icon Radien Patrol Jacket

Steve Hunt, 22 October 2014 11:30

Icon Radien Patrol Jacket, £279.99 Time tested:  800 miles/eight months What’s good? This jacket is superb. From the soft lining around the collar and cuffs through to well-placed pockets and magnetic closures around storm-flap covers, not a single element of this jacket is out of place or ill thought out. After months of use, it continues to surprise me – ...

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Product Review: Halvarssons Panzar textile jacket

Tony Hoare, 08 October 2014 11:30

Halvarssons Panzar textile jacket, £369 Time tested: Six months/5000 miles What’s good? There’s very little fault to pick with this excellent jacket, which is up with the best in terms of quality without having the expensive pricetag to match. The construction quality is superb, the fit is perfect for me, elbow armour can be repositioned to suit and the Dryway ...

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Product Review: Astars Tyler down jacket

Michael Neeves, 03 September 2014 16:30

Astars Tyler down jacket, £279.99 Time used: Six months What’s good? Aimed at scooter and city riders, this lightweight, thermal casual jacket has elbow and shoulder armour, plus pockets to take back and chest protectors. The main body of the jacket is made from quilted body-warmer-type material and comes with loops to thread around your riding jeans’ belt buckle straps ...

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Product Review: Rokker Revolution waterproof jeans

Steve Hunt, 03 September 2014 16:30

Rokker Revolution waterproof jeans, £360 Time tested: Four months What’s good? These are made from waterproof denim and are abrasion and temperature resistant, but still look and feel like proper jeans. A fully waterproof and windproof layer is the key to the success of these trousers, a membrane responds to additional heat - or cold - and opens or closes ...

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Product Review: Astars Duly Sound Disk beanie

Michael Neeves, 03 September 2014 11:43

Astars Duly Sound Disk beanie: £34.99 Time used: Nine months What’s good? Music in a hat? Whatever will they think of next? This is brilliant piece of kit, which is basically a knitted beanie hat with a pair of slim-line speakers fitted neatly inside. Plug it into your iPod etc and you can spend hours in your garage listening to ...


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