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Product Review: Furygan Akira Jacket and Shifter trousers

Andy Davidson, 23 July 2014 10:30

Furygan Akira Jacket and Shifter trousers, £389.99, £319.99 Time tested: 4 months, 3,800 miles What’s good? I’ve used this Furygan two-piece set to commute in both the sun and rain, for track riding and on a 1000-mile roundtrip to the Black Forest, Germany and back and they haven’t let me down once. They are quality products with a high level ...

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Best back protectors under £100 on MCNshop.com

MCN, 12 July 2014 08:00

A back protector is a worthy part of any rider’s kit. It helps protect ribs, lungs and kidneys in the event of a tumble, as well as keeping your spine covered. A decent one will secure via shoulder and waist straps, and will cover a large area of your back. Look for Level 2 of the CE standard, which absorbs ...

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Product Review: Alpinestars Koln Drystar jacket and Excursion Gore-Tex trousers

Adam Child, 28 May 2014 10:30

Alpinestars Koln Drystar jacket and Excursion Gore-Tex trousers, £249.99 each(discontinued, replaced by Valparaiso Drystar, £249.99 and £199.99) Time tested: Three years /40,000 miles. What’s good? I’ve ridden for around six hours at a time in horrendous weather conditions and stayed perfectly dry in this jacket, but there does come a point when the faintest dampness seeps in around the neck ...

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Product Review: Furygan Akira leather jacket

Simon Patterson, 28 May 2014 10:30

Furygan Akira leather jacket, £379.99 Time tested: 1500 miles/3 months What’s good? Pick up this jacket and it instantly feels like a quality product, with lovely leather, brilliant D3O armour and as it’s proven warm enough to wear even in December it has become my day-to-day jacket. Normally I’m not a fan of thermal jacket liners – I find them ...

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Product Review: RST TracTech one-piece suit

Tony Hoare, 28 May 2014 10:00

RST TracTech one-piece suit, £399.99 (discontinued, replaced by TracTech Evo) Time tested: Two years/2000 miles What’s good? I threw myself up the track at somewhere between 60mph and 70mph and this suit remained intact. It’s not an expensive option at £400, but it did the job I required of it when absolutely needed. Until that point it had been a ...

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Product Review: ARMR Moto Hirama jacket and Katsura trousers

Brad Grew, 07 May 2014 11:00

ARMR Moto Hirama jacket, £119.99 and Katsura trousers, £109.99 Time tested: Three months/2000 miles What’s good? I wore this suit when I joined the MCN team for a journey to eastern Germany for the Elephant Rally, riding there on 125cc bikes. This budget textile suit remained warm and dry, despite the cold and wet conditions and the good fit meant ...

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Product Review: Scott Dual Raid TP suit, jacket and trousers

Andy Davidson, 30 April 2014 11:00

Scott Dual Raid TP suit, jacket £349.95, trousers £219.95 Time tested: Seven months, 3000 miles What’s good? This suit means business. It’s packed with nifty features and has a distinctly off-road feel. It veers on the lightweight, breathable and functional side over other thick and heavy adventure suits. It’s ideally suited to hot weather riding with a quality ventilation system. ...

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Product Review: Dainese T Avro race suit

Andy Downes, 16 April 2014 14:30

Dainese T Avro race suit, £960 (now superseded by Aspide) Time tested/miles: Six months/2500 miles What’s good: The quality and fit of these leathers has been brilliant; even from the first time I put them on they were comfortable and with the stretchy panels on the legs, chest and arms it fitted brilliantly. The close fit ensures the armour isn’t ...

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Product Review: Arlen Ness 5908 leather suit

Emma Franklin, 09 April 2014 10:30

Arlen Ness 5908 leather suit, £395 (new old stock) Time tested: 5 years What’s good? It is with great regret that I call time on this – my favourite leather suit ever. I got the smallest size I could get away, and then did the old trick of gradually breaking them in over time. After just a few months I ...

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Product Review: Draggin' K-Legs

Steve Hunt, 25 March 2014 11:30

Draggin' K-Legs, £159.99 Time tested: Four months/400 miles What’s good? For shorter trips where I absolutely need to wear my regular jeans, these Kevlar and Dyneema lined long-johns are excellent. Made from the same abrasion-resistant materials used at the core of Draggin’s riding jeans, these can be worn under anything to add a layer of protection. There’s the option to ...

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