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Product Review: Halvarssons Panzar textile jacket

Tony Hoare, 08 October 2014 11:30

Halvarssons Panzar textile jacket, £369 Time tested: Six months/5000 miles What’s good? There’s very little fault to pick with this excellent jacket, which is up with the best in terms of quality without having the expensive pricetag to match. The construction quality is superb, the fit is perfect for me, elbow armour can be repositioned to suit and the Dryway ...

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Product Review: Rokker Revolution waterproof jeans

Steve Hunt, 03 September 2014 16:30

Rokker Revolution waterproof jeans, £360 Time tested: Four months What’s good? These are made from waterproof denim and are abrasion and temperature resistant, but still look and feel like proper jeans. A fully waterproof and windproof layer is the key to the success of these trousers, a membrane responds to additional heat - or cold - and opens or closes ...

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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: Draggin’ Twista jeans

Emma Franklin, 06 August 2014 10:00

Draggin’ Twista jeans £209.99 Time tested:  12 months/1000 miles What’s good? These skinny-fit, low-rise, twisted seam Twista jeans tick all the boxes when it comes to fashion and, as they’re made by Draggin’, the quality is second to none. They feature extensive Kevlar lining in the seat, hip and thigh area and also the length of the upper leg to ...

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Product Review: Segura Tom textile jacket

Simon Brown, 06 August 2014 10:00

Segura Tom textile jacket, £199.99 Time tested Three months/2000 miles What’s good? The retro looks and snug fit that made me go for the Segura – all too often waterproof gear is chunky and a bit on the dowdy side, but that’s not the case here. Most of the miles have been commuting in Spring and early summer. My journey ...

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Product Review: Scott Leathers one-piece race suit

Adam Child, 30 July 2014 10:00

Scott Leathers one-piece race suit, £899 Time tested: 17 TT laps (641.41 racing miles) What’s good? I love my made-to-measure Scott leathers. Not only do they look amazing in this tribute design to former World Superbike champion Scott Russell, but the fit is near-perfect thanks to being made to measure. And they’re not stupid money like some made-to-measure leathers. Scott ...

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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: 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: 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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