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Product Review: RevIT Neptune GTX textile suit

Liam Marsden, 04 March 2014 11:00

RevIT Neptune GTX jacket £379.99, Rev’It Neptune GTX trousers £289.99Tester: Liam MarsdenTime tested: 1000 miles/two months What’s good? RevIT says the adventure-styled Neptune jacket and trousers are aimed at true four-season riders, with two inner jackets – one Gore-Tex for keeping the water out and one thermal for keeping the cold out. The Gore-Tex lining in both have so far ...

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Product Review: Alpinestars Techstar motocross jersey and pants

Liam Marsden, 14 October 2013 12:30

Alpinestars Techstar motocross jersey, £44.99, and pants, £149.99Time tested: One year What’s good? The airmesh fabric with PU coating means they’re tough and breathable, while the insides of the lower legs are made from reinforced leather for heat resistance and gripping the bike. There are adjustable Velcro straps on either side with a good few inches of adjustability should my ...

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Suit Review: Rev’It Ignition jacket and Gear 2 trousers

Liam Marsden, 11 July 2013 16:08

Rev’It Ignition jacket £319.99, Rev’It Gear 2 trousers £259.99 Time tested: 1000 miles/One month What’s good? Rev’It call the Ignition a three-season jacket that works from spring to the beginning of winter. It achieves this by using a removable waterproof lining and a removable thermal lining, without them it’s simply a leather and mesh jacket with CE armour. It works ...

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Jacket review: Bering Shelby

Liam Marsden, 20 July 2012 16:14

Bering Shelby jacket, £327.99Time owned: Two months What's good? The Knox armour in the shoulders and elbows is very comfy and fits perfectly to my frame (lanky, slight). It’s one of the thickest leather jackets I’ve worn and as such can be worn more often than most, but it still manages to keep me relatively cool when it is hot ...

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Product review: Knox Cold Killers mens sport top

Liam Marsden, 30 April 2012 12:01

Knox Cold Killers mens sport top, £54.99Miles covered/time: 500/two months What's good: It’s lovely and snug and surprisingly, for something so thin, warm. The arms and front are both windproof and keep your torso nice and warm during cold rides. The entire garment is lined with a fleece material that feels soft on the skin and doesn’t irritate like some ...

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Trouser review: Knox Cold Killers sport pants

Liam Marsden, 20 April 2012 16:23

Knox Cold Killers sport pants, £44.99Time owned/miles covered: Two months/500 miles What's good? Exactly the same as the sport top, they’re comfy, light and, most importantly, warm. The elasticated waist keeps them in place, stopping them from riding up when you put on your top layer. The all-round fleece lining is nice and soft, with no irritation. It’s thin enough ...

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Poll: Retro Scott race suit

Liam Marsden, 13 January 2012 15:15

MCN road tester Adam 'Chad' Child has just taken delivery of this new leather race suit, made by British firm Scott. The suit is based on the suits worn by Barry Sheene and Mick Grant in 1977 and features CE approved triple stitching, Knox body armour throughout, including removable back protector. Most of the office like the retro-style of the suit, but ...

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Revit Athos vest

Liam Marsden, 03 January 2012 12:39

Revit Athos vest, £39.99 Miles covered/time: 500/one month What's good: MCN’s Adam Child reckons the vest is so bright he thought I was a police motorcyclist when I caught up with him on the commute one morning, so the hi-viz definitely has its benefits. Stretch panels at the side mean you can get a size down from what you’d normally ...

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Revit Tarmac one-piece leathers

Liam Marsden, 02 November 2011 12:42

Revit Tarmac one-piece leathers, £699.99 Miles covered/time: 2500/two months What's good?: I don’t remember these leathers being particularly stiff when I first put them on, and after a day of road testing they were nice and supple – the cut of these leathers seems to match my lanky 6ft 1in frame perfectly, with all the armour in exactly the right ...

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Furygan Bud Evo trousers

Liam Marsden, 21 February 2011 16:10

Furygan Bud Evo trousers, £198.97Time owned/miles covered: 18 months/3000 milesWhat’s good: The 1.4mm leather softened extremely quickly – in no more than 500 miles. The stretch cordura in the groin and thighs make them extremely comfy (apart from the problem I’ve mentioned below) – I wore them for 24 hours straight while covering 1000 miles without any discomfort anywhere.What’s not: ...


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