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Old 06-18-2014, 03:23 PM   #811
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Hi Not4Us,
thank you very much for this review. This is the reason why I love my job; we like giving 100% and making our customer in love with our products. Hope you will enjoy your new pair of pants !

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Old 06-18-2014, 03:46 PM   #812
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Hi Camarodude, how are you doing?

If your looking for some kind of summer pants in bright and cool color, why don't you try the outstanding Hi-Fit?



This pants feature an amazing fabric, named Cebonnare, that is the best synthesis of strenght and ventilation. They also have two air intakes for extremely hot days. Seriously, you won't believe how much soft and elasting this tough fabric is !


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Old 06-19-2014, 10:46 PM   #813
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What are the main differences between the multitech and the new airtech jackets?

I have a multitech and quite like it. The airtech is cheaper. Why is that? Is the armour largely optional on that one?
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Old 06-19-2014, 11:05 PM   #814
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Multitech Armor vs. Airtech Armor

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What are the main differences between the multitech and the new airtech jackets?

I have a multitech and quite like it. The airtech is cheaper. Why is that? Is the armour largely optional on that one?
Hi there,

yes in Multitech Armor, Back and Chest protectors are included; in Airtech Armor they are optional. Moreover, Airtech is much lighter than Multitech.


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Old 06-20-2014, 05:22 AM   #815
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Spidi multitech and airtech armor

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What are the main differences between the multitech and the new airtech jackets?

I have a multitech and quite like it. The airtech is cheaper. Why is that? Is the armour largely optional on that one?
Hi there,

yes in Multitech Armor, Back and Chest protectors are included; in Airtech Armor they are optional. Moreover, Airtech is much lighter than Multitech and features less pockets.



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Old 06-20-2014, 12:12 PM   #816
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Hi Camarodude, how are you doing?

If your looking for some kind of summer pants in bright and cool color, why don't you try the outstanding Hi-Fit?



This pants feature an amazing fabric, named Cebonnare, that is the best synthesis of strenght and ventilation. They also have two air intakes for extremely hot days. Seriously, you won't believe how much soft and elasting this tough fabric is !


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Hey Mateo,

Thanks for the suggestion, are those overpants?
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Old 06-20-2014, 03:16 PM   #817
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Hi Camarodude,
no, they are proper motorcycle pants.

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Old 07-02-2014, 11:23 PM   #818
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Hi Matteo,

I'm 5'10" 155lbs. I wear a size L MultiTech Jacket and in the US I wear a 28" or 30" waist with a 30" inseam pant. I'm looking to order a 608 Jacket and the Hi-Fit pants. Would you recommend ordering the size L 608, and a size 50 pant?


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Old 07-03-2014, 02:48 PM   #819
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Hi Matteo,

I'm 5'10" 155lbs. I wear a size L MultiTech Jacket and in the US I wear a 28" or 30" waist with a 30" inseam pant. I'm looking to order a 608 Jacket and the Hi-Fit pants. Would you recommend ordering the size L 608, and a size 50 pant?


Thanks for the help!
Mat
Hi Mat,

you go for a 50 in 608 Jacket plus a 31 in Hi-Fit.
By the way: perfect combination.



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Old 07-03-2014, 11:33 PM   #820
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Matteo, I'm looking for a short enduro/dual-sport glove with plenty of protection, but won't get too hot in 100* weather. I'm looking at the STR-3. What do you recommend? Also, I have problems fitting gloves as my palm is 9.5" but I have short fingers. What do you suggest? The last gloves I bought were Held Thrux in size 10 or XL and they fit absolutely PERFECTLY.
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Old 07-04-2014, 10:48 AM   #821
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Hi Baroquenride,
although the STR-3 Vent is an amazing glove, with lot of ventilation and protection, it is not conceived for dual sport riding; it is in fact a sport and road racing glove, with a long gauntled and ergonomy designed for naked and supersports.

My suggestion for you will be to consider the two "twin" gloves TX-1 and Hard Track Glove.
These gloves for adventure touring and summer use are made of soft sheephide leather combined with high-tenacity mesh, that ensures a high comfort with a sporty and ergonomic fit.
The three-quarter cuff allows proper riding position when standing on the pegs during off-road sessions.





Technical features:
Hi-Fit sheephide leather 0.7 mm thick
Clarino® palm
Flex Tenax inserts
Inserts in stretch material
Powertech thermoformed knuckle protection
Warrior protection in the palm
Keramide reinforcements
Silicon inserts on the fingertips for better grip
Velcro high tenacity closure



Instead, if you plan to do much more off road than asphalt, you could also opt for the TXR, that features an even higher level of perspiration, and a shorter cuff.



Spidi TXR glove is designed to accommodate different riding styles and different types of bikes.

The sleeve is long enough to allow wearing it both above and below the sleeves of the jacket, however granting freedom of movement and precision on the levers.


Technical features:
High tenacity outer fabric
Stretch zones on thumb and back
Breathable mesh back
Neoprene inserts
Microfibre palm
Powertech knuckles shield



About sizing, you should go for a XL and you will have no problem; keep in mind that all these gloves have a huge amount of elastic material, that will allows them to adapt on the shape of your hands.



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Old 07-06-2014, 05:18 PM   #822
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Matteo. I have a G. NETRICS H2OUT Antracite/Ferro Vented Jacket with waterproof liner that I bought in 2003 size XL. It has CE elbow and shoulder pads. The zip off fanny pack for holding the liner and other things is great. The liner is awesome itself with the inside pockets and has been worn countless times off the motorcycle. I can't believe that I've been wearing this jacket for 11 years!!
I'm looking for the replacement to this jacket that hopefully has the same features or more. For sizing, I'm 185 and 5'11"

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Old 07-08-2014, 04:57 AM   #823
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Spidi Netrycom H2Out

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Matteo. I have a G. NETRICS H2OUT Antracite/Ferro Vented Jacket with waterproof liner that I bought in 2003 size XL. It has CE elbow and shoulder pads. The zip off fanny pack for holding the liner and other things is great. The liner is awesome itself with the inside pockets and has been worn countless times off the motorcycle. I can't believe that I've been wearing this jacket for 11 years!!
I'm looking for the replacement to this jacket that hopefully has the same features or more. For sizing, I'm 185 and 5'11"

Thanks...
Hi Shag,

Netrics has ben the first mesh jacket with removable membrane...it's been a huge success for Spidi then replaced by the Netrycom



Netrycom H2Out features removable H2Out membrane and removable thermal liner. On the outer shield you have a big surface made of Schoeller Dynatech®, that we consider the best ever made mesh for clothing, incredibly resistant and so comfortable.





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Old 07-10-2014, 01:40 AM   #824
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Hi there,

I am very much interested in the Netrycom jacket.

I generally prefer my jackets to fit snug so that the armor does not move.

I am 6'1" at 185lb with a 41" chest. The largest portion of my bicep has a circumference of around 14".


I am tall / skinny with fairly thin arms. Often jackets sized to fit my chest/shoulders are too loose on my forearms.

Do you have any recommendations for sizing of the netrycom jacket?
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Old 07-10-2014, 03:35 AM   #825
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Hi there,

I am very much interested in the Netrycom jacket.

I generally prefer my jackets to fit snug so that the armor does not move.

I am 6'1" at 185lb with a 41" chest. The largest portion of my bicep has a circumference of around 14".


I am tall / skinny with fairly thin arms. Often jackets sized to fit my chest/shoulders are too loose on my forearms.

Do you have any recommendations for sizing of the netrycom jacket?
Hi Jbf

Netrycom comes in a standard Spidi fit.
I would recommend an XXL, but I'd have some doubt, you maybe fit better in a XL. My suggestion is order an XXL and then change back for an XL in case you need.



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