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Old 03-05-2009, 01:56 PM   #76
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vendor forum!!!

Doesn't all this beling in the Vendor Forum??
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Old 03-05-2009, 07:03 PM   #77
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Ummm... this company resides at an apartment

Taken from networksolution whois


Domain Name.......... teizms.com
Creation Date........ 2008-06-14
Registration Date.... 2008-06-14
Expiry Date.......... 2009-06-14
Organisation Name.... Teiz Motorsports
Organisation Address. 3537 Alden Way # 7
Organisation Address.
Organisation Address. San Jose
Organisation Address. 95117
Organisation Address. CA
Organisation Address. UNITED STATES

Admin Name........... Teiz Motorsports
Admin Address........ 3537 Alden Way # 7
Admin Address........
Admin Address........ San Jose
Admin Address........ 95117
Admin Address........ CA
Admin Address........ UNITED STATES
Admin Email.......... info@teizms.com
Admin Phone.......... +1.4083960881
Admin Fax............

If you google map this address, you see an apartment complex
in San Jose. Look at the street view....

Now while I understand that any company has to
startup somewhere.... I'm not sure I'm comfortable dropping
my cash on company that runs out of an apartment complex....
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Old 03-05-2009, 08:22 PM   #78
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Yes that was the address that i provided when i signed up for the domain name last year and has not be updated. We are now based in illinois.

Regardless, we dont claim to be a large enterprise. The company is small and is involved in producing very spefic products in limited quantities at reasonable prices. I think that the the size and location of the office from where we respond to our emails should be less relevant than something like how up to date our factory is.

Do let me know if i can help you folks feel comfortable in anyway.
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Old 03-05-2009, 08:32 PM   #79
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WHere in Ilinois?

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LOL!
Yes that was the address that i provided when i signed up for the domain name last year and has not be updated. We are now based in illinois.

Regardless, we dont claim to be a large enterprise. The company is small and is involved in producing very spefic products in limited quantities at reasonable prices. I think that the the size and location of the office from where we respond to our emails should be less relevant than something like how up to date our factory is.

Do let me know if i can help you folks feel comfortable in anyway.
Thanks
I am from Saint-Louis, MO (next door) and en route to Chicago sometime in Spring, would enjoy visiting your store/facilities, if you permit.

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Old 03-05-2009, 09:06 PM   #80
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Hi,
We dont have a formal showroom yet. E-mail me closer to the time you are in chicago and we can see what can be worked out.
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Old 03-06-2009, 07:02 AM   #81
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Any chance you will be putting some pictures or samples of the colors the suits are offered in on your website?

Thanks
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Old 03-06-2009, 07:49 AM   #82
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Any chance you will be putting some pictures or samples of the colors the suits are offered in on your website?

Thanks
+1 I would like to see some color swatches as well.


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Now while I understand that any company has to
startup somewhere.... I'm not sure I'm comfortable dropping
my cash on company that runs out of an apartment complex....
Jeez guys! Quit busting his balls. If you don't have confidence in his business or product, just don't buy it. That's the way it works in a market economy. All of you who are posting your "concerns" about the legitimacy of his business are just acting like a bunch of asshats! You pull crap like this and then you wonder why more people don't go into business provide reasonably priced gear. Well, you are your own answer.

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Old 03-06-2009, 07:57 AM   #83
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interesting

This could be good! I own a one piece leather suit, and a few 2pc suits - but it'd be nice to have a larger 1pc suit for touring.

Any reviews yet?
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Old 03-06-2009, 09:36 AM   #84
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swatches

hi,
I will be posting the color swatches today. Till then, pictures from the expo show the suits in various colors.

http://teizms.com/2009-dealer-expo
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Old 03-06-2009, 07:31 PM   #85
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For some reason I can't get your size chart to come up on my computer. Please advise, I'd wear this suit with slacks mostly, to work. I'm 5'8", 190 pounds. Inseam is 29'.
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Old 03-06-2009, 07:59 PM   #86
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The size chart is a PDF. You need to download Adobe Reader (free)
Inseam sizes seem to be for shorter people.


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For some reason I can't get your size chart to come up on my computer. Please advise, I'd wear this suit with slacks mostly, to work. I'm 5'8", 190 pounds. Inseam is 29'.
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Old 03-06-2009, 11:55 PM   #87
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Hello folks,
Had a detailed phone conv with josh today and i asked him to email me the questions he asked so i could share the answers with all of you.

Ghazi,
Thank you in advance for your time.
I have several questions in regards to your suits and your www site:

Is is possible to have color swatches and/or pictures of the different colors/color combinations made available for the two suit designs on the www site?
Color swatches will be posted soon


Do the suits account for riding position in the measurment charts provided on the site? Or are they sized like street clothes where I will need to add 1-2 inches to my leg or arm measurment so the suit doesn't ride up my my arms and legs? If they are sized for a riding position, is it a more aggressive crouched stance, or a more upright stance?
I will be updating the chart with some details on how to use it. In summary, the measurements listed in the chart are those of the rider and not of the suit. Map you measurements to the correct size. We have taken the guess work out of sizing, as the suit is designed to fit in the riding position. So for example, size S lists the inseam as 30. That means that the rider should have a max inseam of 30, the suit itself is longer than 30 to accommodate how the pants rise in the riding position.
Have you considered having a pictoral reference on your www site indicating where you are taking the measurements on the body? That way users can more easily match your reference measurments and better determine their sizing.
I can post this as well. I will update in the next few days
Is the suit designed so that there is a way to get cords for heated gear out with minimal water leakage potential?
You can use the side entry pockets to take out cords for heated gear.
What are the recommended temperature ranges for your two different suits?
Interesting question. I will post information about this soon as well. It is difficult to determine though as everyone has their own comfort levels when it comes to weather.
Does the interior liner have it's own zipper to minimize draft problems?
The liner is attached to the suit via a zipper.
Thanks again!

-Josh S.
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Old 03-06-2009, 11:56 PM   #88
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greenfly - size S would be fine for you. will be posting the chart in html format soon.
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Old 03-07-2009, 03:20 AM   #89
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Good luck with you new business

I am sure that this product will be good for the $$$. If it is not...the internet will kill his business....along with your comments. I think it is only fair to give this person a chance to get his product out to the biking community and see how people like the product.
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Old 03-08-2009, 09:01 AM   #90
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Tall sizing

I posted this in an email to the company.

"I have been following the thread on ADVrider.com I have a quick size question. As a tall person I have a problem finding items that fit. what would you suggest 6'4" tall 35 inch inseam standing 36" waist 35 inch sleeve 29 inch neck to crotch 44" chest in a sport coat 220 pounds. Any ideas or plans.?"


Dose anyone else have problems finding clothing to fit taller athletic guys like myself?
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