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Jacket Review: Harley Davidson #1 Vintage leather jacket

Ped Baker, 28 October 2013 16:30

Harley Davidson #1 Vintage leather jacket £404.72Time tested: 2000 miles/4 months What’s good? The #1 Vintage is a jacket that has quickly found it’s way into my top ten all-time favorite bits of riding kit alongside my Ruby lid and Belstaff Trialmaster. With subtle branding and faultless construction it’s ideal for summer cruising or wearing down the pub. From Harley’s ...

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Jacket review: Keis heated jacket

Ped Baker, 11 May 2012 09:50

Keis heated jacket, £169.99Time used: Two months What’s good: This top of the range heated jacket is packed full of features including outputs to piggy-back heated gloves and insoles, a specific pocket for the optional controller (£39) and well positioned stretch panels. The heat emanates from several large flexible panels sandwiched between a Nylon outer material and an Airtex style ...

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Barbour Surtees waxed jacket

Ped Baker, 09 January 2012 17:20

Barbour Surtees waxed jacket, £279.95 Miles covered/time: 500/one month What’s good: The wax cotton jacket has made a bit of a comeback recently with many manufacturers now offering similarly styled garments. The Barbour Surtees is arguably the best looking jacket on offer with a stylish leather collar and retro chest patch. The main material is medium weight with a Sylkoil ...

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Lewis Leathers Countryman No385 jacket

Ped Baker, 16 November 2011 13:49

Lewis Leathers Countryman No385 jacket, £675 Miles covered/time: 500/one month What’s good: The adage “buy well, buy once” has never been more apt when it comes to the Lewis Countryman jacket. Hand made in London, the jacket is an exact copy of a garment originally made by Lewis in the 1940s. No detail has been skipped in this replica – ...

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Jacket review: BMW Phase Change jacket

Ped Baker, 06 August 2010 16:43

BMW Phase Change jacket £145 ( covered/time: 1000/three months What’s good? The Phase Change jacket is made from a material that contains paraffin microcapsules. Save £££s on motorcycle jackets It’s claimed that these capsules can capture excess heat and release it when needed, keeping your body temperature constant. The good news is that it works – to a point. Over ...

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rating is 2.5

Jacket review: Tucano Urbano Libeccio 837

Ped Baker, 12 January 2010 10:47

Tucano Urbano Libeccio 837 Jacket, £128Miles covered/time: 500 miles/six months What's good? Tucano Urbano clothing is aimed at commuting scooter riders rather than out-and-out motorcyclists so their designs are more subdued (and more fashionable) that most other motorcycle clobber. Save £££s on motorcycle jackets The Libeccio jacket has a matt finish waterproof nylon outer, plush thermal lining, three inner and ...

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Product review: Aerostich Ultralight trousers

Ped Baker, 09 October 2009 10:49

Aerostich Ultralight trousersMiles covered/time: 1000 / two months What’s good: So simple, so brilliant. Waterproof trousers that fold into their own pocket and pack small enough to stash into a tail unit or tuck away in a tank bag. Save money on motorcycle trousers Waterproof zips extend all the way to the knee allowing fast entry and the waist has ...

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rating is 3.5

Jacket review: Belstaff Trialmaster

Ped Baker, 04 September 2009 16:10

Belstaff Trialmaster jacket £379.99Miles covered/time: 3000 miles/four months What’s good? Modern motorcycle clothing and clothing for the ‘normal’ world don’t often mix well, especially when it comes to waterproofs. Despite Italy’s best efforts, wear a waterproof bike jacket down the pub and people will point. That’s not surprising when the majority look as if they belong to an eastern European ...

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Gerbing heated vest review

Ped Baker, 28 May 2009 13:49

Gerbing heated vest, £126.25 Time owned:10,000 miles/seven yearsWhat’s good:In seven years this heated waistcoat has never let me down. It’s short enough to wear under a leather jacket to keep spring chills at bay but has a high enough heat output for 200mile sub zero epics. The heated collar negates the need for bulky winter neck tubes. Takes five minutes ...

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rating is 3.5

Suit review: Aerostich Roadcrafter suit

Ped Baker, 01 May 2009 13:25

Best bits: The top-to-bottom zip arrangement means you can get in or out of the suit in less than ten seconds and it fits over your normal clothes. The fabric is more substantial than any other textile garment I’ve owned including premium brands like Rukka. Compare and buy motorcycle clothing Worst bit: Since the bankers stole all the money the ...


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