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Old 09-11-2008, 05:38 PM   #76
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It replaces stock foam pad.

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Hey Dennis. Does the SAS-TEC back protector work together with the stock pad that's already in the jacket or are we to remove the stock pad and replace it with the SAS-TEC?
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Old 09-11-2008, 06:02 PM   #77
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Yeah, I stopped by a Cycle Gear store today too. I asked the sales guy if they had any Rev'it! gear, knowing full well that they didn't, just wanted to see what he'd say. His response: "never heard of it."

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Old 09-11-2008, 06:12 PM   #78
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I hear what you're saying about measuring her chest. (I'd love to!) Problem is, I'm planning on this being her birthday present, and if I start measuring her chest, she's gonna put 2 and 2 together since I've been bugging her about getting a new jacket. Attached is a picture of us. I'm 6'2" 200lbs and an XL jacket. As you can see, she's about 5'9"-5'10" ish, 125ish. Can you guess as to what size she'd take in an original Cayenne?
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Old 09-11-2008, 06:22 PM   #79
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Dennis-
Do you anticipate Rev'it! to offer any more adventure jackets for ladies in '09? I guess I could wait a few months if I had to...
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Old 09-11-2008, 06:33 PM   #80
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I don't think so, at least not in a few months. Did you look at IGNITION jacket I mentioned? It will look sexy unlike baggy ADV type jackets. In original Cayenne I would pick Medium (but there is small risk that the sleeves will be a little short while riding a bike. What size t-shirts is she wearing? I'd say stick with ladies models.

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Old 09-11-2008, 06:43 PM   #81
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Her t-shirts are mostly small with a few mediums thrown in there. I saw the Ignition jacket, just don't like it that much. And I like how the Cayenne is a screaming good deal right now. And I like how the Cayenne Pro has a few other options besides black and white. But I see you're point. Let me look at the Ignition a little closer...
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Old 09-11-2008, 10:29 PM   #82
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On the Pearl Jacket, does the neck guantlet (not sure what else to call it) attach with a hook, snaps, or velcro? Can't tell from the picture. And does it have a removable waterproof membrane or is it built into the jacket?
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Old 09-12-2008, 09:30 AM   #83
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Do you if Rev'it is going to participate in the Cycleworld motorcycle traveling shows this year? I think it would be good for them to get their product out in front of the motorcycling public. I would love to buy a Rev'it jacket but I can't try them on or even see them locally. As you know there is so much more to this gear than just size. I have tried on many jacket and pants that were the correct size but just did not work. I have a pair of pants now that fit perfict in the waist but the knee armor will not adjust to to fit me.

Just a thought that you might be able to pass on.

Thanks for helping so many folks on this site with the REV'it gear.

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Old 09-12-2008, 10:23 AM   #84
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Revit jackets

I am looking for a jacket that can be 3-4 season. I live in Spokane, WA, but don't ride in the winter.

Was interested if you think the sirocco jacket would be appropriate?

I am a 42 long. 6'2" 185 lbs

what would be my price from you for this jacket, or do you have anythhing else on sale or a better suggestion.

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Old 09-13-2008, 05:36 AM   #85
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Dennis,
will the SasTec armor fit in the Sirocco? Can the SasTec be trimmed to fit? Too bad you shipped my gloves, I might have another order

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Old 09-13-2008, 05:42 PM   #86
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it's a strip of velcro that you feed through the ring and pull back.



It doesn't have removable liner and that is one thing I don't like about it. Cheers,

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On the Pearl Jacket, does the neck guantlet (not sure what else to call it) attach with a hook, snaps, or velcro? Can't tell from the picture. And does it have a removable waterproof membrane or is it built into the jacket?
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Old 09-13-2008, 05:46 PM   #87
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Russ,

I think it's a great idea to participate in Cycle Worls's bike show, however I have a feeling REV'IT! won't be there. It's also impossible to have every size out at the show so people can try them on. I'm thinking about participating in a couple of events (if I'lll be able to afford to) and it will be product display only.

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Motodisiac

Do you if Rev'it is going to participate in the Cycleworld motorcycle traveling shows this year? I think it would be good for them to get their product out in front of the motorcycling public. I would love to buy a Rev'it jacket but I can't try them on or even see them locally. As you know there is so much more to this gear than just size. I have tried on many jacket and pants that were the correct size but just did not work. I have a pair of pants now that fit perfict in the waist but the knee armor will not adjust to to fit me.

Just a thought that you might be able to pass on.

Thanks for helping so many folks on this site with the REV'it gear.

Russ
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Old 09-13-2008, 05:54 PM   #88
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SIROCCO will work nicely for you, it's also a little bit longer than OFF TRACK and CAYENNE PRO. Looks like size XL will work for you, measure your chest just to make sure. Also check your PM for something nice :)

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I am looking for a jacket that can be 3-4 season. I live in Spokane, WA, but don't ride in the winter.

Was interested if you think the sirocco jacket would be appropriate?

I am a 42 long. 6'2" 185 lbs

what would be my price from you for this jacket, or do you have anythhing else on sale or a better suggestion.

thanks
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Old 09-13-2008, 06:00 PM   #89
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SAS TEC will have to be trimmed to fit in SIROCCO, it's easily done with scissors. Welcome to the world of REV'IT! junkes
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Dennis,
will the SasTec armor fit in the Sirocco? Can the SasTec be trimmed to fit? Too bad you shipped my gloves, I might have another order

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Old 09-13-2008, 06:22 PM   #90
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SAS TEC will have to be trimmed to fit in SIROCCO, it's easily done with scissors. Welcome to the world of REV'IT! junkes
Is the sas tec armor available, or, could you switch it? Of course, that might cost me a couple bucks. Just curious how I could get better armor into the Sirocco..

Also, since someone else is curious about this jacket, can you go into further detail about the fabrics used in it?

I like the style of the Sirocco better. It's just simpler, and the mesh would be nice, but, the cayenne Pro seems ALOT safer, with the better armor, super fabric. Also, I wouldn't be buying the pants at first, at least. I'm concerned the Cayenne Pro would be too low in the front just in case of getoff without zipping to pants. Thoughts on that? Also, it appears that there is little to no reflectives on the back of the sirocco?

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