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  1. My review of the Moto-Skiveez Tri-Fold Hat @ http://xladv.com/reviews/product/767-moto-skiveez-tri-fold-hat/
  2. 1 comment

    I've been riding for for about 28 years on many different genres of bikes - from dirt, to cruiser, to crotch rocket. I have to say, this bike is by far the best I have had the pleasure of owning and riding. It's versatility, quality, and capability coupled with it's reasonable price point make it a win win!
  3. Man, this guy wasn't doing anything wrong and paid the price! We all love what we do, but need eyes in the back's or our heads (or more!). Be safe my brothers, life is precious! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuZVodb6auQ
  4. Anyone run one of these or would you? I know they are not new per se, but I can't say that I see many in use. So, I thought it might make an interesting topic. more
  5. ICON Raiden is out with a new line called "Raiden UX." At first glance it appears to perhaps be slightly lighter and more stretchy than their DKR line yet still water-proof. What I hear is that it's constructed of 4-way stretch fabric commonly seen in high end outdoor apparel. The UX jacket is more of a lightweight "shell," similar to those worn by competitors in the Dakar rally than it is a do-it-all ADV jacket such as the DKR line. There are enough pockets to hold your phone and wallet, a removable full quilted liner (nice!), and a few vents when you need them. Icon Raiden is again using their proprietary Hycor™ waterproof and breathable membrane. It comes in four color options for the jacket (Black, Orange, HiViz and Battlescar-tan) two for the pant (black and denim) and two for the gloves (orange and black)
  6. 1 review

    The A.R.C. Back Country Foul Weather Jacket is a feature rich jacket that is perfect for anyone who rides a dirt bike, dual sport motorcycle, ATV, or UTV. This jacket has all the features riders want, including a breathable and water-resistant shell, soft mesh liner, multiple pockets, zippered vents and adjustable sleeve cuffs. The Backcountry Jacket also folds into a built-in fanny pack! Another feature is the adjustable neck opening so the jacket can be comfortably worn with or without a neck brace. Be comfortable in all the elements Mother Nature throws at you with the A.R.C. Back Country Foul Weather Jacket! Feature-rich jacket that is perfect for off-road and dual sport riding. Durable 300-denier Cordura shell that features sealed seams and a Maxtex membrane that is breathable yet water resistant. Chest, back, and sleeve adjustable zipper vents make this jacket versatile to changing temperatures and elements. Fleece lined collar, long anatomically curved arms, and a soft, breathable, mesh liner insure a comfortable fit on or off the trail. Zippered adjustable neck opening in the back so the jacket can be comfortably worn with or without a neck brace. Adjustable Velcro wrist closure to keep warmth in or to allow additional ventilation when wanted. Jacket also features a 5-pocket design (2 internal and 3 external); Chest pocket includes headphone port. Easily folds away into a built in fanny pack that is comfortably worn when the weather heats up. Sizing runs about a half size on the small side. You may want to consider going up on sizing if you are in between sizes. A must for trail riders and racers!!
  7. 1 review

    KLIM’s redesigned TORQUE JACKET utilizes the highest mid-layer insulation value in the lineup to provide maximum warmth and comfort. Featuring 80 Grams of 3M™ THINSULATE™ Platinum Insulation, the TORQUE boasts lightweight, highly packable and comfortable insulation. A true all-around performer. WORKS FOR LAYERING OR AS CASUAL JACKET 80 GRAMS 3M™ THINSULATE™ PLATINUM INSULATION DOWN PROOF NYLON SHELL LIGHT/COMPACT-ABLE JACKET STUFFS INTO HAND POCKET YKK® ZIPPERS GLOVE-FRIENDLY ZIPPER PULLS 2 HAND POCKETS BOTTOM HEM ADJUSTMENT CHEST POCKET ADJUSTABLE HOOD VELCRO® ON CUFFS SHOW LESS
  8. 2 reviews

    Klim Tactical Pro Jersey Featherweight chain mail for the knights of the hare-scramble. More than just another iteration of the Dakar Pro Jersey, the Klim Tactical Pro Jersey is a completely new animal. Gone is the beekeeper styling with honeycomb EVA padding in favor of larger angular segments and a much meaner overall disposition. The main chassis utilizes the industry’s first bomber-grade 4-way stretch woven Cordura Nylon for unrivaled durability and airflow. Klim redesigned the chest pocket for better ergonomics with clutch hand access, and affixed a tethered goggle wipe to keep your vision clear. Part the single-track seas of thick brush and prickers as they cower in fear of the woods-warrior's latest armor, the Klim Tactical Pro Jersey. Features: Fully ventilated, super durable off-road motorcycle jersey Extremely comfortable bomb-proof 4-way stretch woven Cordura nylon Non-PU backer maximizes breathability Athletic low profile fit to reduce extra fabric snagging on branches Stretch zones along side of body, inside sleeve, above elbow, across back to maintain full range of motion with zero restriction Spacer mesh in shoulder, side arm, elbow/forearm, top forearm and cuff to help reduce sting of branch whacks 5mm foam in elbow area Mid-to-heavyweight nylon and polyester mesh fabrics with higher abrasion, tear, and snagging resistance than standard off-road motorcycle jerseys Napoleon chest pocket with YKK zipper closure Micro fiber quick wipe cloth included in pocket via elastic tether cord Tuck-in style jersey with lighter weight fabric at bottom for comfort Non-restrictive open cuff design
  9. 1 review

    EARGASM EARPLUGS WILL STOP RINGING EARS, SAVE YOUR HEARING, AND LET YOU ENJOY YOUR FAVORITE ACTIVITIES WORRY FREE Already trusted by 50,000 customers and growing: Enjoy your favorite activities, without worrying about damage to your ears. Keep the noise to a minimum, but still hear people talking and hear music with clarity. Every order comes with two shell sizes, so they fit every ear. Discreet design that is almost invisible to others. Easy to insert and remove, thanks to the convenient pull tabs. Made with hypo-allergic soft silicone, so that you can wear them comfortably for many hours. Comes with lightweight aluminum case for easy transport. Trusted by major music festivals. PRESERVES SOUND QUALITY By using innovative attenuation filter technology our earplugs reduce noise evenly to maintain the full spectrum of sound while protecting your hearing. Music or voices won’t be muffled like with foam plugs. PROTECTION Our earplugs provide about a 21 dB drop in decibels so you can continue doing the activities you love while minimizing the risk of hearing loss. (NRR is 16 dBs) ✔ GET THE PERFECT FIT With two pairs of different sized earplug shells included with every order. Insert the included pair of attenuation filters into preferred shell size and earplugs are ready for immediate use! DISCREET READY-FIT DESIGN Our earplug’s triple flange comfortably fits almost any normal to large ear size, effectively blocking out harmful noise. Clear silicone provides low profile for subtle use. Removal is easy with a tug on the integrated pull tab. BONUS ALUMINUM CARRYING CASE Included complimentary with every pair of earplugs is an aluminum-grade carrying case so that you can keep your ear plugs in easy reach. The case’s waterproof rubber seal ensures your earplugs are protected from moisture, dust and debris.
  10. 1 review

    Moto-Skiveez Compression Riding Socks are designed to extend to the uppermost part of the calf. They offer light compression to help alleviate lower limb edema (swelling) that is commonly associated with long distance motorcycle riding. Incorporated into the construction is 40% aloe fiber. Aloe fiber has anti-microbial and anti-bacterial properties that will help with odor. In addition, aloe fiber is tactilely soft and is designed to reduce chafing and blistering.
  11. 2 reviews

    KLIM®’s ever-popular Revolt Pullover has received a complete performance upgrade. While the simplistic and ultra-packable wind-blocking pullover approach has been retained, KLIM®’s product team has included more advanced fabrics, more effective ventilation and more durable materials throughout. Designed to be worn over your favorite KLIM® base layer, jersey or directly on top of your preferred protective equipment (chest protector, TEKVEST®, pressure suit, ETC.), the all-new Revolt Pullover provides an exceptional layer of wind protection and warmth at an outstanding value. DETAILS NEW-HIGHLY WIND-RESISTANT FABRIC ON ENTIRE FRONT, BACK, FRONT-OF-SLEEVES, BACK UPPER SLEEVE NEW-FIXED, SEMI-MESH UNDERARM/BACK-OF-SLEEVE SLEEVE PIT VENTS LET HEAT ESCAPE WITHOUT INTRODUCING WINDCHILL FIXED-OPEN HORIZONTAL BACK VENT DURABLE PRINT ON SHOULDER AND ELBOWS FOR INCREASED WEAR RESISTANCE TWO YKK® ZIPPERED HAND POCKETS 1/4-LENGTH CENTER ANGLED YKK® ZIPPER ENTRY ADJUSTABLE VELCRO® BRAND CLOSURE WRIST CUFFS NEW-TALLER COLLAR (HIGHER FOR WIND/SUN PROTECTION) WITH BRUSHED INNER FABRIC FOR ADDED COMFORT ADJUSTABLE HEM VIA SHOCK CORD PULL IN LEFT AND RIGHT POCKETS HANGING MOISTURE WICKING LINER
  12. 1 review

    KlIM's new lineup of GUARANTEED TO KEEP YOU DRY® GORE-TEX® premium motorcycle gloves is headlined by the Element Long Glove. Featuring full GORETEX® waterproof technology, Pittards® Armor-Tan® ceramic reinforced leather palm construction, Aramid® abrasion and slide zones, PORON®XRD® impact protection padding in knuckles and finger zones, titanium knuckle bash plate and ample 3M Scotchlite™ premium reflective accents, the Element is clearly a class leader. Get the best grip, fit and extreme weather protection in KLIM's new Element long Glove.
  13. 1 review

    FAT BOY SUNGLASS, BLACK FRAME, ANTI-FOG PHOTOCHROMIC LENS Fast and Furious, the Fat Boy sunglasses feature photochromic lens technology. The lens transmission allows 85% of light through indoors and 32% of light through while outdoors in bright light. Featuring anti-fog, polycarbonate lenses, this eyewear enables usage through varying light. In addition, closed cell foam around the frame improves comfort and prevents wind or debris from impairing clarity. Frame Color : Black Frame Convertible : No Frame RX Ready : Yes Lens Material : Polycarbonate Lens Upgrades : N/A Lenses Interchangeable : No Standards Met : CE EN-1836:2005 Warranty : Lifetime against Manufacturing Defects Frame Material : Polycarbonate Lens Coatings : Anti-fog, 100% UV Protection Frame Finish : Gloss Lens Color : Photochromic Frame Foam Type : Closed Cell Storage : Microfiber Pouch Frame Temples : Skull Rx Limitation : +/-2 sph +/-2 cyl Other included Accessories : Microfiber Carry Pouch, doubles as cleaning cloth Frame Measurements : Temple to Temple 135 mm, Height 44 mm Special Features : Photochromic, anti-fog lenses; (Cat. 0-2; 85% VLT- 32% VLT)
  14. 1 review

    10 liter backpack with a 3 liter hydration pack and CE Level 2 back protection built in. 3.0L Flat CleanTech bladder and 10L luggage CE tested and certified as impact protection: Back EN1621-2 Level 2 New unique chest harness for rock solid fit Chest pockets Stretch mesh bladder pocket Waterproof, touch screen and removable mobile phone pouch Integration with or without a Leatt® neck brace Optimal AirLine back ventilation Articulating rib panels for various body sizes Outer and inner compartments, as well as a sealed tool compartment Quick release press-in lock system Volume regulating straps on backpack Water bottle holders Dual hydration tube exit for two-way routing – over the shoulder or under the arm Removable back protector Removable tool storage card Reflective safety details Safety whistle included New hose clip (can be positioned on left and right) and action camera loops
  15. 2 reviews

    Building on the legacy of the iconic H2 pack, the A2 takes over as the hydration king of 2 hour offroad races. The new 3.0L/100oz Hydrapak/USWE Shape-Shift Bladder keeps water from sloshing around while its super wide opening makes it easy to add ice and turn inside-out for cleaning. > 3.0L/100oz, Reusable Hydrapak Elite bladder > Perfect fit with or without a Leatt neck brace > Body harness for optimal body fit and sizing. > Hoses and mouth piece in high grade silicone. > Aluminum foil back cover keeps your liquid cooler
  16. 1 review

    River Crossings. Knee-deep mud. Eleven days of solid rain. The Yukon is designed for adventure. Developed for anything Mother Nature can throw at you, the waterproof/breathable Exo-Dry™ laminated membrane has been carefully seam sealed to make this garment waterproof and windproof on the outside…no additional interior liner needed. Made to handle droves of abuse, the exterior of the jacket is a rugged combination of 500-denier nylon in the main body and heavy-duty 1680-denier nylon on the forearms, elbows, and shoulders. Whatever you throw at it, the Yukon shrugs off harsh conditions and begs for more. But when the weather turns nice and the sun starts beating down, the Yukon transforms into an air-pumping, heat-evacuating, climate-controlling beast. Massive vents on the forearms, biceps, lats, upper back, and kidneys can be cranked open for extreme ventilation. Nine external pockets and four internal mesh pockets take care of your storage needs. And what would an adventure be without the need for impact protection? Premium Sas-Tec® viscoelastic armor in the shoulders, elbows, back and torso provide comfortable protection exactly where you want it. This is maximum protection and versatility, the Yukon sets a new bar for what adventurous motorcyclists should expect from their gear. Exo-Dry™ main chassis is a 3 layer laminate constructed of a 100% 500-denier nylon that is seam sealed and waterproof/breathable Heavy duty nylon 1680 denier nylon abrasion zones Exo-Stitch® Safety Seams with heavy bar tacking at high stress/critical areas Nine external pockets, four of which are waterproof. Two internal mesh pockets, one internal mesh map pocket, and one hidden passport pocket Four enormous arm vents, two side-lat vents, one large rear shoulder vent, and two back torso vents All zippers are YKK® urethane coated with Black Oxide treatment to resist corrosion Sas-Tec® CE certified armor is used in elbows, shoulders, chest and back Compression molded vertically adjustable Kidney Belt is integrated and included NightViz® retro reflective material on shoulders, front and rear of torso, and back of neck 8” Jacket to Pant #5 YKK® zipper
  17. 2 reviews

    This is an amazingly versatile jacket. It is a windproof textile jacket for cool days, but fold down the inner windproof panels on the chest and back; open the full length arm vents and side torso vents, and you have maximum air flow on hot days. An additional removable zip out Airguard® waterproof liner means you can handle wet weather, and the included removable thermal EverHeat® liner keeps you warm when it gets cold. Sas-Tec® CE certified viscoelastic armor is used in shoulder s and elbows . From touring in cold wet climates, to commuting in hot humid places, the Yosemite jacket will handle it all. 500 denier nylon main body material, with 1680 denier nylon abrasion zones All critical seams are Exo-Stitch® Safety Seams with heavy bar tacking at high stress areas Heavy duty mesh ventilation areas on chest and entire back panel Zip-down wind blocking panels, torso vents and full-length arm vents can be adjusted for optimal air flow Two large cargo pockets on lower front, two chest pockets , one large cargo pocket on rear, and one internal waterproof pocket in liner New CE certified Sas-Tec armor with molded velcro at elbows for infinite adjustability Sas-Tec CE certified armor at shoulders PE Foam back pad in back protector pocket can be upgraded to Level 2 Sas-Tec ® protector Ample use of NightViz® reflective on front and rear of torso, arms and elbows for increased nighttime visibility Removable full sleeve AirGuard® waterproof / windproof liner Removable full sleeve EverHeat® thermal liner Compatible with optional Kidney Belt (sold separately) 8” #5 YKK® zipper and elastic panel for connecting Jacket to pants
  18. 2 reviews

    The brand new Badlands Pro Jacket and Pant from KLIM represents the latest design, fit and material technologies available to the premium adventure motorcycle market. Inspired by the ultimate performance of the unmatched Adventure Rally product line, the KLIM Badlands Pro focuses on a sleek, un-inhibiting fit, durable-yet-comfortable fabrics, high-end integrated armor and the undeniable performance of our GUARANTEED TO KEEP YOU DRY® GORE-TEX® promise. Ready for anything, and boasting unique features you’ve come to expect from KLIM, the Badlands Pro is ready for any ride.
  19. 1 review

    Nova takes the classification of hi-viz safety vest to a whole new level by combining enhanced visibility with rider specific function and fit. Cut in authentic Cordura® fabric with ballistic airflow mesh panels, Nova offers maximum cooling with major abrasion resistance. Engineered to be worn over any motorcycle jacket, a custom fit can be achieved by utilizing adjuster straps located at the side body and waist panels. Safely stowing extra gear is no problem as this vest offers two oversized zippered chest pockets, snap side entry pockets, a see through ID chest pocket and a zippered waterproof back pocket. Seven oversized 3M Scotchlite™ panels qualify this vest for use by US military personnel. Outer shell constructed in 500 denier Cordura fabric with ballistic airflow mesh panels Designed to military specifications with authentic 3M Scotchlite reflective panels Four storage pockets plus interior cell phone pocket Zippered waterproof back storage pocket See through vinyl ID chest pocket Custom fit side body and waist straps Comfort micro fiber lined collar Cool mesh airflow lining Drop back waist detail http://youtu.be/W7s3xR8TGMU
  20. I was heading back from IDBDR and thought I'd stop by Klim's headquarters in Rigby, ID. I ended up getting quite the tour! I had a stuck zipper on my Overland suit I wanted fixed as well as a new bladder formula hydration pack and some suspenders. Mark Kincart greeted me and I got an amazing tour of their offices. Got to see returns and exchanges, repair, stock room and some of their motorized toys. The coolest part though was seeing a new promotional product, their Adventure Blend coffee! No more Starbucks! Thanks Brad Barker for calling ahead on my behalf. I take back what I said about you not posting up at turns
  21. I purchased a BILT Explorer Adventure suit from my local Cycle Gear in early 2014. This was my first rally style riding suit purchase. I made it based on price, comfort and convenience, in that order. In hindsight, I didn't look at build quality, armor and proper fitment. This is a lesson learned. I destroyed this suit in June of 2014, in Seattle, on the I-5, in rush hour traffic. A car swerved left into my lane, hit me square on the aluminum pannier and vaulted me forward. I had two hard impacts and tumbled as far as you can go at 55 MPH. The Explorer suit had to be cut off of me because they feared trauma and other injuries. I was very lucky to avoid anything terrible happening to me. But this is about riding gear, so let's get to it. First, let's talk about seams. The basics are PLAIN, FRENCH and FLAT. I wont bore you here with the details, search them on your favorite wiki for more information. To sum it up, PLAIN is what you will find on your t-shirts. Usually a single stitch with a fold. FRENCH is where you overlap the fabric and double stitch the seam. FLAT is where you fold two pieces apart then join them with a stitch. FRENCH is going to be the most durable and have the most chances of saving your flesh. Second is construction. Here is what Cycle Gear has on their product page: Features and Benefits 600 denier outer material 1200 denier abrasion resistant sections on shoulders and elbows 2-layer construction: Full waterproof/breathable/windproof fixed liner, Quilted detachable satin liner Reflective details for increased visibility Airflow inner lining to main shell Hip pockets with rubber tab pullers Long zip entry vents on front thighs with multi position airflow control Elastic waist with pull through adjusters and rubber grip strip Zip entry lower leg with hook-and-loop tab adjustment Short and all-around connection zippers CE approved armor at knees Let me mention the material. The 600-1200 denier fabric is what is referred to as ballistic nylon. The number refers to the weight of the nylon thread and the weave. It does not correlate to the strength of the fabric. This stuff is not kevlar so do not be fooled into thinking it won’t melt under a tumbling situation. The pictures show that the seams on the BILT product held together very well. It is chock full of PLAIN seams and even though I didn't find many FRENCH seams, I also didn't have anything part/rip or tear away at a seam. What did happen was the nylon fabric of the shell started to melt during the road abrasion part of the accident. It literally folded in on itself and ‘wear burned’ into small strips. 1 The padding and armor worked but, had a few setbacks that I would want to avoid in the future (as if I plan these things). The elbow armor and knee armor is nothing more than a foam vinyl or nylon pad. The knee wells and elbow wells for the pads had a lot of wiggle room and when tested, this proved to provide no protection at all. The pads stayed in place for the initial impact. Once the prolonged contact with the asphalt and subsequent tumbling began, the pads moved. One moved inside and the other outside of my knees. This left my kneecaps to be protected only by the nylon shell, which promptly burned away under abrasion. 2 The elbow pads pushed up and outwards, but the edges stayed in place to give some protection. 3 Since gloves and a helmet came with the suit, I am going to mention them here. My hands got some friction transfer from the initial impact. I got a bruise, some outer palm abrasion and a broken metacarpal. The gloves showed minimal damage and were still in good condition. The helmet spent some time on one side grinding on the I-5 and looked fairly effed up. It did its job and I am glad it didn’t fall apart. 4 That last line sums up the entire BILT Explorer Adventure Suit. It did it’s job and I am glad it did not fall apart. Would I buy another? No. Would I recommend this to someone? Yes, if you were on a budget, because it is a lot better than jeans and a textile jacket in an accident. When I went looking for my next suit, I looked at two brands. BMW Rally and KLIM Badlands. The build quality of these two brands are fantastic. The armor is superior and the fit of the suit is incredible… for a 6 foot 2 inch tall, 225 pound galoot. This last photo shows the rear of the jacket. You can see where I tumbled and slid briefly. Very minimal damage here. 5 I hope this gives someone a bit of insight if they are in the process of deciding “Do I want a $300 off the rack, foam armor, four size choice for a riding suit.” or “Do I want an $1100, fitted riding suit with quality fabrics, abrasion zones, impact armor and a warranty.” In this case, you get exactly what you pay for. Loren.
  22. Some new gear announced today from Alpinestars. Do you know what an alpine star is? Do you know how Alpinestars got their start in the world of motorcycles? Bonus points to whomever can answer those questions (I'll come up with something). Sweet video. Yes it's very dirt-bike-y but these are still items many of us big bike riders wear. BNS Tech Carbon Neck Support (suggested retail price – $349.95) Description: Engineered to help prevent neck injury and minimize the risk of collateral damage, the Bionic Neck Support (BNS) Tech Carbon is constructed from an advanced carbon polymer for optimized frame strength and lightweight performance. The BNS Tech Carbon functions when the rider’s helmet makes contact with the frame at the moment of a crash, thus providing a clean, solid surface which instantly channels damaging, compressive impact energy away from the neck and on to the BNS. Featuring a host of award-winning design innovations, such as a quick release locking system and a rear stabilizer offering critical protection to the spine, the BNS Tech affords a highly customizable, secure and comfortable fit for all forms of off-road riding. front rear And for the ladies... Stella Bionic Jacket (suggested retail price – $249.95) Description: Ultra-lightweight, highly ventilated and fully optimized for specific women’s fit the Stella Bionic Jacket features Alpinestars’ new innovative ‘grid’ protection technology that is CE certified for excellent resistance to impact and roost. Incorporating PU backing foam throughout, the Stella Bionic has a newly developed kidney belt for a safe and improved ergonomic fit. Front Rear Orbit Backpack 35 (suggested retail price – $199.95) Description: The Orbit is an extremely versatile backpack with large capacity storage options that is designed to withstand the toughest of touring conditions. Incorporating new innovations such as the advanced load carrying system, which evenly distributes weight across the back, or the free-moving anatomical shoulder straps, the Orbit features a waterproof chassis and a versatile roll-top closure system.
  23. How cool are you going to look at Starbucks in this?! I saw Mike's KTM KLiM suit last summer and thought to myself "self, that's a great idea!" KLiM makes really good stuff. However, I hear BMW will have none of that. They think they already make the best suit Article from ADVPulse's Annette Peterson (read the whole thing) The jacket and pants are from KLiM's Latitude line. This link says "Africa Twin" but it doesn't look like they have current photos up yet.
  24. 1 review

    Leatt 5.5 Body Protector The absolute most protective and comfortable body protector ever is now available from Leatt in the 5.5 Body Protector. Features: LEATT maximized protection Front, back, shoulder, flank and elbow safety Multi layer multi-plate articulating design Great fit and very comfortable 3D design Ventilation slots for maximum airflow MoistureCool wicking fabric keeps you cooler BraceOn neck brace fitting system New FlipFit front and rear function allows over and under shirt fitting with a Leatt neck brace LEATT HDPE High Density Poly Ethylene hardshell outer protective shield LEATT 3DF foam for impact absorption CE certified for impact protection: CE EN1621-2 level 2 back, CE EN1621-3 level 2 front, CE EN 1621-1 elbows + shoulder Sizing: SM-MD: Height 63" - 67.75" LG-XL: Height 67.75'' - 72.5" 2XL: Height 72.5" - 77"
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