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Old 11-07-2012, 07:35 PM   #1
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Wink Dubinky. Enduro and Adventure Riding Apparel

DUBINKY, Adventure Apparel

After a lot of work I have finally launched Dubinky, a motorcycle apparel company focusing on enduro/trail riding and dual-sport/adventure riding.

Based out of Colorado and taking its namesake from the legendary Dubinky Wells area outside Moab Utah, the goal of Dubinky was to make apparel that meets a larger range of riding conditions from the mountain single tracks and the Continental Divide Trail in the Rockies to the Kokopelli Trail, slot canyons, desert and sand dunes of Utah. To meet this need is the first line of clothing featured by Dubinky, the Colorado Pant and Jersey.

The Colorado Pant is the culmination of a lot of work and reiterations with the ultimate goal to offer riders a true “do it all” pant, that works in many different climates and can adapt to any type of riding.

-The Colorado Pant is a true 4 seasons riding pant and can be used just as easily in the winter as the summer. This is accomplished by using a shell constructed completely of 100% nylon, which makes the pant virtually wind proof for winter riding.

-For summer riding the pant has four large front and rear vents that flow massive amounts of air and are positioned to offer maximum cooling to the core of the body. The use of equally sized intake and exhaust vents maximize the air flowing over the body which equates to more perspiration being evaporated and a cooler riding pant.

-The Colorado Pant not only functions in a wide range of conditions, but the full nylon shell offers unsurpassed rider protection and durability whether on the street or trail. The entire lower leg is constructed of heavy weight 1680 denier nylon, which offers amazing durability from cuts and tears on rocks and trail debris, but also superb protection while riding on the road. The upper shell is constructed of 840d nylon, which is lighter to provided rider comfort and freedom of movement, but is still durable and offers good protection.

-A lot went into getting the fit just right on the Colorado pant and it features formed knees that are designed to easily accommodate knee pads or braces. The waist of the pant was designed to fit a natural riding position and has a high back waistband, but lower in the front. The legs are also shaped to facilitate a seated position with shaped pieces added to the thighs. All this goes hand in hand making the pant very comfortable for strictly dirt riders or adventure riders alike.

-The pant has many other features that add to rider comfort such as two large pockets, with a secure flap, as well as smaller pockets that work perfectly for an ID and credit card. The pant has both waist and lower leg cinch straps that allow adjustability for the perfect fit.

-Attention to detail is evident throughout the pant with all structural seams being triple stitched, full gain leather inner legs, all YKK zippers and hardware and convenient pull tabs to make use with gloves a breeze.

Matched with the Colorado Pant is the Colorado Jersey. Designed to be a no frills jersey that offers what every rider needs, durability and comfort.

-The Colorado Jersey uses heavy weight moisture wicking micro-mesh material that keeps the rider cool and dry in the summer and is the perfect base layer for winter riding.

-The jersey has a reinforced V-neck and heavy-duty cuffs for comfort and mobility.

-The jersey has bold, yet simple sublimated graphics that stay cooler in the summer and look cleaner between washes, perfect for all riding conditions.

Please visit, for more product details and more information as the webpage is being updated regularly.

After several years on ADVrider I am really excited to offer this gear to everyone and am happy to offer 5% off to all ADVriders when they purchase any Dubinky apparel. Please use coupon Code “ADVrider” at check out.

Thanks for all the support and please let me know if there are any questions that I can answer.


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