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Old 03-10-2012, 10:14 PM   #136
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You can find here:

http://www.spidi.com/eu/eu_en/motorc...rmo-liner.html

Please note shipping is free for orders received before 09 April.
Delivery takes around 5 days.


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Thanks Matteo - price was reasonable so I pulled the trigger on all three - Multitech jacket, rain and thermo liners... John
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Old 03-11-2012, 11:50 AM   #137
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Spidi H2Out membranes 10 years guarantee

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I have own 2 Spidi jackets. One of the original Net jackets Spidi made, and one of the Original H2Out Jackets
They have been the best fitting and most comfortable jackets I've owned in 26 years of street riding.

My Spidi H2Out 3/4 length jacket I bought about 8 or 9 years ago. I've ridden well over 50,000 miles in it and it's still my favorite all season jacket. That is saying a lot too, as I am a gear junkie and owned A LOT of jackets.
Sadly after many years and miles of abuse the weatherproof liner is starting to delaminate, allowing some leakage when riding in the rain. I realize this is an older jacket, but is there any possibility of getting a replacement liner for it? I hate to give it up, as the rest of it is holding up fantastically, and over the years and miles it has become like an old friend to me.

Thanks!
Dear Bone13,

first of all my compliments for being such goo tester for Spidi jacket!
Our H2out membranes are guaranteed 10 years and no miles-limit (anyway more than 50.000) in standard conditions, meaning good maintenance and - above all- good washing. Washing must always respect instructions you find inside the jacket.
Anyway, in your case, after 9 years, we could evaluate the possibility to change it.
Do you know your jacket type? Is your jacket a step-in-clothing H2Out (meaning 3-layers)? In other words, is the membrane detachable?
If you don't remember jacket's name, please check jacket code as written on internal label (code will be letter "D" + 2 or 3 digits number).


Thanks again for your interest


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Old 03-11-2012, 11:56 AM   #138
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Thanks Matteo - price was reasonable so I pulled the trigger on all three - Multitech jacket, rain and thermo liners... John
Dear nimrod,

thanks a lot for your order.
As you have noticed, you will take advantage of FREE shipping to United States, valid for orders received before April 9th (Spidi Easter Promotion).
I will ask my colleagues in Italy to add some freebies for you.



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Old 03-11-2012, 06:26 PM   #139
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Hi Matteo. Please can you detail the differences between the Ergo 365 Pro and Ergo 365 Pro Expedition jackets?

Also, I have tried on a number of jackets recently and find that when the inner layers are removed, the armour for the elbows tends to "move around" and after some miles the pads are hanging below the elbows and would not offer protection in a fall. Can you confirm if the armour is well fixed to the outer layers and not the lining which seems to be the cause of these problems.

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Old 03-12-2012, 12:33 AM   #140
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Differences between Ergo Pro and Pro Expedition

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Hi Matteo. Please can you detail the differences between the Ergo 365 Pro and Ergo 365 Pro Expedition jackets?

Also, I have tried on a number of jackets recently and find that when the inner layers are removed, the armour for the elbows tends to "move around" and after some miles the pads are hanging below the elbows and would not offer protection in a fall. Can you confirm if the armour is well fixed to the outer layers and not the lining which seems to be the cause of these problems.

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Dear Andylaser,

Ergo is our top of the range selection for Touring use.
First Ergo Jacket was born in 1998, then was Ergo 05 in 2005 and finally Ergo 365 Pro and Pro Expedition in 2010.

Main difference between Ergo 365 Pro and Ergo 365 Pro Expedition are:

>Back Warrior Inside Level 2 in Ergo 365 Pro Expedition (level 1 in Ergo 365 Pro)
>Warrior Chest protector in Ergo 365 Pro Expedition (optional in Ergo 365 Pro)
>Hydroback Touring drinking system in Ergo 365 Pro Expedition (optional in Ergo 365 Pro)
>Expedition label in front and back area in Ergo 365 Pro Expedition.


Regarding elbow protectors: Ergo is equipped with Biomechanic protectors, which are our top of the line in shoulder and elbow protection performance.
Their big advantage is to be able to fit the body as no others. Moreover, as you can notice from image, forearm can be adjusted through velcro straps, and of course protector is located right under the external shield.

Please note this jacket is the first Spidi jacket Certified CE Level 2 in 3 different tests: cutting, seam resistance and tear resistance; one of the fundamental features to pass the test is that protectors are always to be in their best position, in every situation.

We discussed already in this topic about performance of Ergo, I'm sure you already found out all details regarding materials, protectors and additional features; I just remind you Ergo 365 is also available as a suit.

Hope everything is clear now, let me know if you need assistance about where to buy it.

Thanks again for your interest


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Old 03-12-2012, 02:33 AM   #141
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Thank you for your detailed and prompt reply.
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Old 03-12-2012, 05:28 AM   #142
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Spidi USA store locator

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Thank you for your detailed and prompt reply.
You can find un update Spidi North America dealer list here



Thanks again for your interest


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Old 03-13-2012, 08:24 PM   #143
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Dear Bone13,

first of all my compliments for being such goo tester for Spidi jacket!
Our H2out membranes are guaranteed 10 years and no miles-limit (anyway more than 50.000) in standard conditions, meaning good maintenance and - above all- good washing. Washing must always respect instructions you find inside the jacket.
Anyway, in your case, after 9 years, we could evaluate the possibility to change it.
Do you know your jacket type? Is your jacket a step-in-clothing H2Out (meaning 3-layers)? In other words, is the membrane detachable?
If you don't remember jacket's name, please check jacket code as written on internal label (code will be letter "D" + 2 or 3 digits number).


Thanks again for your interest


Matteo De Vito
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Vicenza - Italy

Matteo,
Thanks for your response! I didn't realize that the liner carried such a good warranty!
The Jacket I believe is the "Step-in H2Out" Three Layer mesh/ weatherproof/ thermal
the code on the label is D03.
As the dealer I purchased it from unfortunately closed down several years ago, what do I need to do to get the liner looked at for a possible replacement?
I'm in the US

Thanks for your attention on this!
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Old 03-14-2012, 12:08 AM   #144
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Matteo,
I'm thinking about buying the Ergo 365 Pro Expedition but couldn't find Japan on your list of countries to get a shipping estimate. Do you ship to there?
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Old 03-14-2012, 02:11 AM   #145
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Matteo,
I'm thinking about buying the Ergo 365 Pro Expedition but couldn't find Japan on your list of countries to get a shipping estimate. Do you ship to there?
Dear Twinrider,

please contact my colleague at info service@spidi.com, they will help you in this; they're very quick in answering, you'll find a solution very soon.


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Matteo,
Thanks for your response! I didn't realize that the liner carried such a good warranty!
The Jacket I believe is the "Step-in H2Out" Three Layer mesh/ weatherproof/ thermal
the code on the label is D03.
As the dealer I purchased it from unfortunately closed down several years ago, what do I need to do to get the liner looked at for a possible replacement?
I'm in the US

Thanks for your attention on this!
Dear bone13,

which size you have?




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Old 03-14-2012, 08:20 AM   #147
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Dear bone13,

which size you have?




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It's an XL
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It's an XL
Hi bone13

please send some pics to my colleague Vittoria at infoservice@spidi.com
I advised her already, she's gonna help you.



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Old 03-14-2012, 11:52 AM   #149
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Matteo, does Spidi make a jacket with large vents? Preferably arm, chest and, back? Looking for a new summer jacket and I prefer vents over a more traditional mesh jacket. Something close to waist cut? Even leather might be ok if it has good venting.

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Old 03-14-2012, 12:21 PM   #150
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Hi bone13

please send some pics to my colleague Vittoria at infoservice@spidi.com
I advised her already, she's gonna help you.



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Matteo,
I will get some pics this evening and email them out

Thank you!
I really appreciate your attention and help!
Along with making some great gear, Spidi is getting a big + in my book right now for customer service!
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