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Old 06-08-2011, 02:09 PM   #76
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I was more looking a this one. Very Nice!!! I wrote them saying that after looking at their sizing chart I was missing one of the most important dim on a one piece suit (I think). So I asked what is the torso lenght and specially, beside the torso, I asked if they could give me the back dimension (base of the collar to inseam) so I could compare. I have no place where to try it. With my last triumph chevron suit, depend on how I was sitting, I was able to chose between wearing a leash pulling me or having a wedgie... . She answered with the link to the same the same sizing chart...... I reply that she wasn't really answering my questions. Than I receive a mail with just: 66cm

25inc (66cm) It is impossible... where you took it?..... and resend, and resend, and resend....... line is dead now.

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Old 06-09-2011, 12:19 AM   #77
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Hi Klingklang,

hopefully I will be more prepared than my Italian collegues about Flux Rainsuit.
Let me know which info you need.
In the meanwhile, I remind you Flux Rainsuit is part of our Hi-visibility collection, that you can check at this address; as you probably know, Spidi is very serious about high visibility: our H2 Life Rain, for example, is certified EN 471, which is the European standard certification for high visibility in professional clothing (like policeman, fireman etc.).





Let me know which Tuta Flux features are you interested in.


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Not heard anything Matteo...
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Old 06-09-2011, 09:00 AM   #78
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Hi,

Trackster Tex Jacket features clip-stop system to be connected to pants.
Clip-stop ensures a snug fit at higher speeds; it's made of a high-resistance fabric tape locked by a button, that you can lock around your trousers' belt, or around belt loop.

Hopefully I've been clear enough...
Thanks Matteo, yes this answers my questions.
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Old 06-10-2011, 08:12 AM   #79
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and do you have mine? torso length or best back length?
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Old 06-10-2011, 09:46 AM   #80
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Spidi Flux Rainsuit

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and do you have mine? torso length or best back length?
Hi Klingklang.

Spidi Flux Rainsuit torso lenght is 88 cms in size XXL.
Size is taken from collar to bottom of torso (groin position).

Hope it's enough.

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Old 06-12-2011, 04:23 AM   #81
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look about too short too. Always the problem for tall guys.... No dealer in Canada?
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Old 06-12-2011, 06:36 PM   #82
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Dear Antlerman,

Ergo Pro in XL will be good; you need to use the Telescopic Gaiter, being you quite taller compare to your waist.







Ergo Pro is the most advanced pant in our Touring collection; here's an enhanced picture of the Dinamic Air Vents on the legs, which gives fresh air in to the legs directly, when you take off both the removable membrane and the thermal lining









Thanks for your attention.



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Hey Matteo,

I'm interested in these pants, but would like just a little clarification on the liner system.

This may have been answered before, but is the outer layer of the pants waterproof or do you require the H2Out liner to ride in the rain?

Also, unlike the 365 Pro Jacket the pants have only been CE1 rated correct?

Thanks for the help!

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Old 06-13-2011, 01:21 AM   #83
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Hey Matteo,

I'm interested in these pants, but would like just a little clarification on the liner system.

This may have been answered before, but is the outer layer of the pants waterproof or do you require the H2Out liner to ride in the rain?

Also, unlike the 365 Pro Jacket the pants have only been CE1 rated correct?

Thanks for the help!

Zack

Hi Nectar,

yes the external fabric of Ergo Pro Trousers is a 3-layers Teflon coated textile, waterproof and breathable. We suggest to use the removable H2Out waterproof breathable membrane in case of heavy rain, the external part not being perfectly waterproof having 2 big dynamic air intakes.
The Multitech serie protectors on knee and hip are EN 1621-1 certified.


Thanks for your interest


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Old 06-13-2011, 01:23 AM   #84
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look about too short too. Always the problem for tall guys.... No dealer in Canada?
Hi Klingklang,

we have no dealers in Canada, seems Spidi line is too expensive for that market, they don't accept 1.000 $ jackets (this is what International Sales Dept tells me).


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Old 07-09-2011, 05:52 PM   #85
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Hello, I am interested in the Granturismo jacket, but I am having a hard time finding one for sale. Is this a style about to be discontinued or maybe an update coming out?

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Old 07-11-2011, 01:20 AM   #86
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Hello, I am interested in the Granturismo jacket, but I am having a hard time finding one for sale. Is this a style about to be discontinued or maybe an update coming out?

Thanks so much!
Hi,

Granturismo Pro Jacket is available in Black color only.
I don't understand if you're European or American, but you can find in stock now at this address:

http://www.spidi.com/eu/eu_en/granturismo-pro-7.html

If you're from UK, you can better try here:

http://www.grandprixlegends.com/moto...ket-Black.html


I remind you Granturismo Pro jacket features:

>innovative patented Airack system, the only dynamic system allowing air going through waterproof membrane;
>Level 2 Back Warrior protector;
>Level 1 Chest Warrior protector;
>Biomechanic serie shoulder and elbow protectors;
>Safety Lamo emergency light on the back;
>Tenax Flex + Cordura 500 external construction;
>H2Out membrane;
>Soft Cell inner removable jacket.

Price is 649,9 € (around 900 US$).



Thanks for your interest


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Old 07-19-2011, 04:55 AM   #87
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Lady Trousers

Dear all,

today we introduce a Lady style: the glamorous and technical Spidi Glance Fit for Lady H2Out Trousers.
Spidi has a long history on Lady clothing; just think the area where the factory is located (Veneto/ Italy) is very popular for haute-couture fashion industries as Valentino or Louis Vuitton. There’s in fact an extremely high culture and know-how over fashion garments, especially for women.

You find all these factors in Glance H2Out trousers: ergonomic fit , maximum comfort and very feminine shape.


Coming to tech details: as you can see from picture, it features a removable H2Out membrane, giving you maximum freedom of adapting to different climates, from winter rain to hot summer.


About protection: CE certified protectors from Multitech serie are located on Knee and Hip. Note: knee protectors are adjustable (you can move them 10 cms. higher or lower depending from your leg height).


The external fabric is elastic and very comfortable, while 3M reflex areas improve safety in every condition.

If normal sizing is not enough, here it comes the "Short" version, the same pants just 10 cms. shorter.


You can find them here http://www.spidi.com/eu/eu_en/pantaloni/glance.html
Price in Europe is € 199,9
Price in USA is US$ 259,95



Thanks for your interest


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Old 09-07-2011, 06:17 PM   #88
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Matteo - I'm looking at the Multitech. I have a 42" chest. Would I need a XL or XXL?
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Old 09-08-2011, 01:43 AM   #89
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Matteo - I'm looking at the Multitech. I have a 42" chest. Would I need a XL or XXL?

Multitech armour fits quite tight.
XXL will be good for you.
It's noe available in black/grey color scheme, very good for warmer climates.

Anyhow, Multitech Armour has 8 ergonomic Velcro straps adjustments, mostly on waist area, so to give you
a lot of flexibility in size.

I remind you you can wear Multitech Armor as a separate jacket, or under a rain cover like the following one:



http://www.spidi.com/eu/eu_en/rain-cover.html


Thanks for your interest


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Old 12-09-2011, 04:44 PM   #90
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Anybody in the States carry the Marathon H2Out jacket?
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