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Ferrntastic

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Ferrntastic says:

Linking jacket to jeans

Hi, I currently have a RST ventilator 3 jacket and trousers combo which zip together with a large 180 degree zip.  I’m looking to get a pair of Kevlar jeans, the question is – all the Kevlar jeans i have seen only have a short  (about 6”) zip to join the Kevlar jeans to a current jacket, even  the RST Kevlar jeans don’t have a full zip. Does anyone know of Kevlar jeans with a 180 degree zip compatible with an RST type zip or have used the RST belt attachment thing to link the belt to the jacket zip?

Thanks

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  • Posted 3 years ago (02 February 2012 21:42)

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Aarron

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Aarron says:

Shop

Best thing to do is.

Got to the shop in your Jacket & try on the jeans with your jacket. Or vicer versa.

Hope this helps

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wally34

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wally34 says:

jacket to jeans

Another solution could be to have amatching zipper stitched on to match the jacket although this could be costly but would meet your requirements.

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tc330

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Posts: 171

tc330 says:

Just the ticket

Halvarssons do a piece that connects to your jeans using the belt and has a full zip for joining to a jacket :smile

However, it's not guarenteed that the zip will match any jacket other than theirs...........why can;t they use the same bloody zips?!!:mad:

I know why but it's still f@ckin annoying

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