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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: 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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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: Alpinestars Racing Rain two-piece oversuit

Michael Neeves, 18 November 2013 16:30

Alpinestars Racing Rain two-piece oversuit, £129.99Time used: Two racing seasons What’s good? Designed to be worn over the top of race leathers, I’ve been using this two-piece rain suit for racing the last couple of years. It’s obviously good to keep dry when you’re racing – you’re warmer and more comfortable, which means you can concentrate more on what you’re ...

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Leathers review: Alpinestars Racing Replica one-piece

Michael Neeves, 19 October 2012 14:26

Alpinestars Racing Replica one-piece suit. £1999.99Time used: One year What’s good: These protected me from serious injury a few weeks ago after a cold tyre highside going in to Graham Hill bend at Brands Hatch, on my race bike. It was one of those crashes when I fell from a great height rather than speed, so it’s more about how ...

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Product Review: Alpinestars Tech Chest Guard

Michael Neeves, 23 August 2012 11:30

Alpinestars Tech Chest Guard £44.99Time used: Six yearsWhat’s good: I’m so used to wearing a chest protector now that if I forget to use it, I go into a blind panic, especially if I’m racing. I feel as naked without it as I do without a back protector. I use it in my race leathers on-track mainly, but also in ...

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Product review: Alpinestars Quick Seal Out Jacket and Pants

Michael Neeves, 16 August 2012 09:50

Alpinestars Quick Seal Out Jacket and Pants £89.99Time used: Six months What’s good: I’ve had more use out of these two-piece waterproofs than I’d like this year, thanks to all the rain we’ve had. They’re lightweight and fold away to almost nothing, so you can keep them in a rucksack or tank bag without taking up loads of room, which ...

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Jacket review: Alpinestars GP Pro

Michael Neeves, 23 May 2012 10:52

Alpinestars GP Pro leather jacket £429.99Time used: One year What’s good: This is a beautifully made and comfortable riding jacket, which is half of a two-piece racing suit. I wear this jacket with jeans generally, but sometimes use the leather bottoms for touring. It’s snug fitting and the 1.3mm full grain leather has a really nice satin finish to it, ...

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Jacket review: Alpinestars waterproof over-jacket

Michael Neeves, 11 May 2012 10:17

Alpinestars waterproof over-jacket (superseded by Quick Seal Out version, £89.99)Time used: Six years What’s good: I’m not a huge fan of textile bike gear, I always find it a bit ‘frumpy’, so most of the time I either wear leathers or a leather jacket with this waterproof jacket over the top. You get the full protection of leathers and the ...

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Jacket review: Klan HOT heated inner jacket

Michael Neeves, 20 April 2012 16:06

Klan HOT heated inner jacket £125.00Time used: Four months What’s good: The best thing about this thin, lightweight, windproof heated jacket is I can squeeze it inside the kit I wear the most: leathers and fitted leather jackets. I’ve got it wired into the battery of my Ducati Streetfighter 848, which is a doddle to do, and I reckon I’ll ...

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