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Old 01-23-2013, 02:21 AM   #9
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The Halvarsson's Safety suit is not a bad choice - I ride the same "terrain" you do, and it works very well. You have a safety suit underneath changeable shells depending on conditions - mesh for hot, totally waterproof for rain. Don't know if that disqualifies it for you, I find it a very smart concept. I've tested both conditions thoroughly (a full day's downpour at about 10 degrees in Sweden, a day and a half later through Bavaria at +30) with very good results.

I also crashed last summer with it and I will be hard pressed to ever buy anything else, because I had a very good experience. Protectors took all the impact, and the safety suit was barely bruised. Had to change the shells though, but they're sacrificial anyway. There's a long thread about the suit here, towards the end is my experience with it from the crash:
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