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Old 08-16-2009, 12:46 PM   #196
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pants for women

Hi Anthony, I'd like a pair of riding pants. Ideally, they would be suitable for summer and winter (removable liner?). Do you have anything like this? In the event it matters, I'm 5'4".

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Old 08-17-2009, 10:30 AM   #197
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Hi Amy,

There are a range of options you could go with. One of the best values we have right now would be the REV'IT! Dakar pants which are a very high-end pant suited for all season / all weather riding. They are on sale for $259.99, which is down from $319.99. They also come in a light color and have two removable liners, one for wind/water the other is thermal. The Dakar's have ventilation Zips as well. These pants will last for a very long time and the materials used are nothing short of superb. There is really only one pant better than the Dakar in the REV'IT! lineup for all-season riding - the Cayenne Pro - which could be overkill depending on your needs.


REV'IT Dakar Pant

The pants are a unisex size. The two key measurements are going to be your inseam (same as jeans) and then your waist which is DIFFERENT than jeans size. Its the circumference around your waist but its taken at the level of your navel. Feel free to call me for any help. Click here for the REV'IT Pant Size chart

Let me know what you think of the Dakars - by far the best deal. The Womens Factor Pants or Unisex Cayenne Pro Pants would work as well depending on your needs.

We think REV'IT! is the best quality gear we carry, but if you wanted to talk about any other brands and options we could do that as well. Olympia, Tour Master and FirstGear all make a more medium priced pant which could fit the bill.

Let me know what you think, Amy! Happy to help.

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Hi Anthony, I'd like a pair of riding pants. Ideally, they would be suitable for summer and winter (removable liner?). Do you have anything like this? In the event it matters, I'm 5'4".

Thanks,
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Old 08-25-2009, 09:44 AM   #198
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REV'IT! Mega Sale

For those who subscribe to our thread I wanted to make sure the current sale did not miss their radar.

Since last Friday a ton of current REV'IT! has gone 25% off.

We actually made a separate post about it here in vendors and list all of the product. As always, questions welcome.

ADV REV'IT! Mega Sale Post

In our opinion the Sirocco, Offtrack, Dakar and Navigator are the biggest wins..

They all live in the clearance section on RevZilla.com as well and qualify for TeamZilla Cash back,Free Shipping as well as a 30 day exchange/return window (we allow returns/exchanges on REV'IT and Dainese closeouts).

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Old 08-27-2009, 01:52 PM   #199
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Closeout Rev'It

Do I need to call for availability or can I just place my order online?

How much is left?
Gotta love a Rev'it sale!
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Old 08-31-2009, 10:00 AM   #200
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When you pick your size and color on the product page we give you the availability. We never take an order that can't be fulfilled. There are varying levels or stock depending on the item.

If you have other questions or still want to chat just give us a ring.

Sorry for the lag on this. I was at the Moto GP in Indy and literally flew in 5 hours ago... back in the office :-(



Wish I was still at the track. Got some cool shots though. We got in the Garages and up close with the LCR Honda REV'IT! Bike!

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Do I need to call for availability or can I just place my order online?

How much is left?
Gotta love a Rev'it sale!
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Old 08-31-2009, 09:00 PM   #201
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Great Service

My dad (copa mundial) and I drove into philly today looking for a good pair of pants for a south america trip im departing for in the next few weeks. After walking down the scenic sidewalk to their shop I opened the door and was amazed. On top of the great selection, RevZilla had outstanding customer service. Matt brought me through and taught me everything there was about my options. After trying on a few pairs we decided on the one. Little did we know we would leave with Rain gear, 2 sets of gloves, and some pretty cool stickers.

these guys are great. they believe in personal service that caters to the avid rider.

thankyou.
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Old 09-01-2009, 08:02 PM   #202
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Thumb Now That's Fast!

I placed an order for a new helmet Sunday night after 10:00 pm. When I arrived home from work today (Tuesday) there was a box from RevZilla waiting for me. I didn't even know the helmet had been shipped, since it arrived on my doorstep only three hours after the shipping confirmation e-mail hit my inbox!

I need to ride around a bit and see if these guys have opened a store two blocks from my house that I just haven't noticed yet...
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Old 09-02-2009, 01:30 PM   #203
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Hi Giuseppe,

No, I promise we aren't sitting in a van at the end of your driveway either...

We are set up to be fast, the inherent processing and lag time in this industry is one of the big reasons I founded RevZilla with my partners to begin with. I knew we could do it faster and was frustrated with my online options.

Thanks for noticing the effort and giving us a nod.

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I placed an order for a new helmet Sunday night after 10:00 pm. When I arrived home from work today (Tuesday) there was a box from RevZilla waiting for me. I didn't even know the helmet had been shipped, since it arrived on my doorstep only three hours after the shipping confirmation e-mail hit my inbox!

I need to ride around a bit and see if these guys have opened a store two blocks from my house that I just haven't noticed yet...
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Old 09-08-2009, 08:52 AM   #204
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Yo Old Man!

Love the name. We call one of my riding buddies that.

Glad you gave us a shot and came to to get sized up. That was Matt that helped you out. He's KullZilla on here.

Let us know what else we can do for you. Thanks again for the nod.

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My dad (copa mundial) and I drove into philly today
looking for a good pair of pants for a south america trip im departing for in the next few weeks. After walking down the scenic sidewalk to their shop I opened the door and was amazed. On top of the great selection, RevZilla had outstanding customer service. Matt brought me through and taught me everything there was about my options. After trying on a few pairs we decided on the one. Little did we know we would leave with Rain gear, 2 sets of gloves, and some pretty cool stickers.

these guys are great. they believe in personal service that caters to the avid rider.

thankyou.
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Old 09-09-2009, 07:29 AM   #205
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Colorado Trail & Rockies Ride Report

I am leaving this Friday to fly to Colorado for a 4 day Adventure Ride through the Rockies and Colorado Trail.

Started a ride report with details found here:

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showt...php?p=10827846

I will be Vlogging and Blogging along the way.

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Old 09-13-2009, 04:51 PM   #206
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How in hell?

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hello BoochZilla,

am interested in your clothing, but i wonder what (if any) will fit me....
usually my choices are limited, so waiting to hear from you, what comes (or can be ordered) for us taller folk.

am 6'10, weigh about 250lbs,
i wear a levis jeans W38 L38
think my chest is either a 44 or 46.

thanks,
Big Ed
How on hell is your chest 44 to 46 and you weight 250lb?, I'm also 6'10" and my chest is 62 and also wear 38/38 levis's...is it your hair dude?
p.s. I tip the scales at 260lb also
In any case I 've found a nice shop in UK (sales through ebay) with jackets for us "high"landers, if I recall well their username in Ebay was raceleathers look it up....bought 2 jackets so far and 1 was too large
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Old 09-16-2009, 04:02 PM   #207
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I just got back from my Colorado Adventure ride and the ride report is well under way...

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=504451

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Started a ride report with details found here:

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showt...php?p=10827846

I will be Vlogging and Blogging along the way.

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Old 09-18-2009, 07:23 PM   #208
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Just got my new Scirocco the other day. Been looking at it to replace my old Killimanjaro, and this new dsicounted price pushed me over the top. Marcus helped me with my order, and he was spot on with his recommendations. Just wish I would of seen this thread first in order to get the extra discount.
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Old 09-21-2009, 01:14 PM   #209
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Question SaS-Tec Armor issues?

Yo guys - got a Cayenne Pro jacket from you about 8 months ago. The jacket is great and I have managed to get two other riding buddies to buy some more rev'it jackets.

I recently was on a longer tour of Newfoundland with some 450 miles of off-road so the jacket needed a good washing. Upon removing all the pads, I found that the left elbow pad was cracked all the way through at the bend joint, the right had started to crack, and both shoulder pads have started to crack at the bend too.

I've never stuffed the jacket into a small space and have alway hung it on the hanger it came with. You ever see this?

I have e-mailed Rev'It USA asking for a replacement set of pads but wondering if you or anyone else have had issues with these pads. They are there for safety and may not work as well as intended if they are broken.
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Old 09-21-2009, 08:21 PM   #210
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Thanks for the love Skitch - I will pass the praise on to Marcus internally.

We were shocked the Sirocco Went Closeout - that is one of the sickest jackets in the lineup.

A

No problem. It was a fine mail order experience.

Put some miles on the jacket this weekend, and I'm very happy with it.
My only obeservations:
1. Wish it had pull tabs on the other zippers like it has on the main zipper.
2. European main zipper will take some time getting used to.
3. Wish it was a little heftier too.
4. And wish it was a double zipper so you could zip it up a little from the bottom while seated on the bike.
5. Zippers for the lining and the vents overlap.
Minor stuff. Looking forward to seeing how the insulation layers work as the temo drops here in NM.

Considering over pants next. Recommendations?
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