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Clothing Review: Held Rano Jacket and Tempest trousers

Simon Relph, 28 October 2013 17:00

Held Rano Jacket £69.99 and Tempest trousers £41.99Time tested: 18 months, 1000 miles What’s good? It’s that time of year again when you cannot completely trust the weather forecast. It might feel like a leathers day when you set out for a ride, but can soon turn into a waterproofs day. The Held Rano jacket and Tempest trousers are the ...

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Jacket Review: Held Touring Suit

Simon Relph, 30 September 2013 12:00

Held Matera touring jacket, £699.99 & Fontino trousers, £499.99Time tested: 3000 miles/six months What’s good? Where do I start? It’s probably easiest to break it down into sections. No.1, comfort: I hate motorcycle equipment that restricts movement the moment you put it on, but from the first time I put this jacket and trousers on there was none of that ...

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Aerostitch Lightweight Roadcrafter

Simon Relph, 12 October 2011 17:29

Aerostich Lightweight Roadcrafter, £427Miles covered/time: 1900/two months What’s good: The very first weekend I got this suit, I had organised to stay with friends for the weekend some 150 miles away. It must have rained continuously for the whole journey, and I mean serious rain, so heavy that I had to knock 20mph off my normal speed due to such ...

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Barbour Rexton waxed jacket

Simon Relph, 05 October 2011 11:24

Men’s Barbour Rexton waxed jacket, £429.95 Miles covered/time: 1500/two months What’s good: This jacket is a recreation of the one worn by Steve McQueen in the 1964 East German ISDT, based around the Barbour International A7. It comes with a distinctive stars and stripes cotton lining and American flag on the chest. Made from heavyweight 8oz waxed cotton it’s great ...

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Bering Alias jacket and trousers

Simon Relph, 09 August 2011 15:02

Bering Alias jacket and trousers, £378.99 and £257.99 Miles covered/time: 1500/10 months What's good: This suit really excels in winter, with the lining in place it is like putting on a duvet, it is not only warm, but is also very comfortable whilst at the same time not too bulky (one of my pet hates is putting a set of ...

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rating is 3.5

Product review: Hein Gericke Tripmaster TFL Cool jacket and trousers

Simon Relph, 08 April 2011 14:00

Hein Gericke Tripmaster TFL Cool jacket (£279.99) and trousers (£229.99)Miles covered/time: 1500/four months What’s good: The moment I put these two-piece motorcycle leathers on they felt good, not too much armour so you feel completely trussed up, but enough to make you feel safe, all CE-certified SaS-Tec protectors inserted in all the right places (shoulders, elbows, back and knees), with built-in pockets for ...

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Product review: Spada Quartz jacket and Rangers trousers

Simon Relph, 20 January 2011 16:46

Spada Textile 2010 Quartz jacket and Textile Rangers Trousers, £174.95 and £219.95Miles covered/time: 1500/11 months What’s good: This combination has the look of high-end gear but with a low-end price tag. The jacket comes with plenty of adjustment so you can almost tailor the sleeves and waist to fit perfectly. Save £££s on motorcycle clothing The air vents work well, ...

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Kit review: Hein Gericke Tripmaster TFL Cool

Simon Relph, 28 December 2010 08:00

Hein Gericke Tripmaster TFL Cool jacket £279.99 and trousers £229.99Simon RelphMiles covered/time: 1500/four months      Save £££ on jackets & trousers in the MCN Shop What’s good? The moment I put this two-piece suit on it felt good, not too much armour so you feel completely trussed up, but enough to make you feel safe, all CE-certified SaS-Tec protectors in all the ...

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Product review: Aerostich Ultralight rain pants

Simon Relph, 28 October 2010 13:21

Aerostich Ultralight rain pants, $77 (£67)Miles covered/time: 7000 miles/nine months Save £££s on motorcycle products What’s good? The ultimate in lightweight, waterproof nylon over-trousers. I spent much of the summer riding in Kevlar jeans so the fact that these waterproofs pack into such a small palm-sized package, making it easy to stash away, make them a must for any journey. ...

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Kit review: Aerostich Darien fleece liner

Simon Relph, 21 October 2010 10:00

Aerostich Darien fleece liner, $187 (£118)Miles covered/time: 3500/15 monthsWhat’s good? Most jacket linings are exactly that – linings, not something you could wear on its own. The (deep breath) Darien TKLTec Wind Blocker Fleece Liner is cleverly designed and well thought out. If the weather is too warm to wear it during the day, it folds very neatly into a ...

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