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Old 12-14-2009, 09:56 AM   #286
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Hi Bikyto,

Sorry for the lag on this, things are nuts right now during holiday time.

The bladder is meant to be worn underneath the coat and threaded through the grommet.

Hope this helps!

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stupid question maybe.... but I was trying to figure out how to attach a water bladder (camelback or else) in my CP jacket to use the grommet on the front of it. I've searched the threads before asking the question, so please don't flame me.... I haven't found the answer.

How do you attach a blader inside the jacket and use the grommet?

Thank you much in advance.
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Old 12-14-2009, 11:31 AM   #287
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Hi Bikyto,

Sorry for the lag on this, things are nuts right now during holiday time.

The bladder is meant to be worn underneath the coat and threaded through the grommet.

Hope this helps!

Anthony
Thanks Anthony. Your answer helps me understand. Yet it's not a practical design unfortunately. There is nothing to attach the bladder to (or pocket to put it in).

Good luck during the holiday time business! Good to hear that you're busy
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Old 12-14-2009, 12:25 PM   #288
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Thanks,

Yeah "not the most practical" is an accurate description. :-)

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Thanks Anthony. Your answer helps me understand. Yet it's not a practical design unfortunately. There is nothing to attach the bladder to (or pocket to put it in).

Good luck during the holiday time business! Good to hear that you're busy
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Old 12-14-2009, 09:04 PM   #289
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New REV'IT! Sand Combo Video Hi-Def Review

We got caught with our B-List Video / sound setup for our REV'IT! Sand Video Preview a few months ago.

I finally broke down and kidnapped our REV'IT! rep Tex today and did the reshoot.

Check out the 10 Minute Detailed Rundown of the REV'IT! Sand Combo in HI-DEF.



All feedback questions welcome.


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Old 01-04-2010, 01:06 PM   #290
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Happy New Year Fellow Inmates.

Lots of exciting gear and vid's right around the corner in 2010. Keep us in the loop of what's intersting to you that we should be carrying and offering more info on.

All the best in '10

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Old 01-04-2010, 03:05 PM   #291
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GORE-TEX and REV'IT! and the Product Test Team

Hi Guys,



REV'IT! and GORE-TEX issued a press release today announcing their partnership as well as their Product Development Test Team which is taking applications from hardcore riders and I am happy to report is open to everyone. They will be selecting 300-500 riders to be part of the program.

We are anticipating a ton of questions and are looking forward to facilitating folks application process where we can. We created a new thread just for the GORE-TEX Product and the Prototype Test Team Here:

REV'IT! and G0RE-TEX Gear & Product Test Team

See the new thread for the official press release. We will continue to keep the news flowing as it comes out.

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Old 01-05-2010, 12:53 PM   #292
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2010 REV'IT! Catalogue is now available for Veiwing Online

Its Euro-Moto-porn at its finest....

REV'IT! has just released its 2010 Catalogue with full breakdowns and descriptions of all the new for 2010 goodies.

http://www.revit.eu/catalogue/



Go Check it out. The cover is sweet.

Anthony

ps. I know I spelled viewing wrong.
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Old 01-05-2010, 02:17 PM   #293
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Is the Rogue jacket available in North America?
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Old 01-05-2010, 02:21 PM   #294
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Good question. The Catalogue has the full lineup for the EU. The Rogue, however won't be making the journey across the pond.

Certain items are not going to be available in the US. We have the full line of new 2010 gear on our site currently www.RevZilla.com/REVIT

If its not there its probably not coming.

Sorry for the confusion. The Rogue is pretty sweet.

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Old 01-08-2010, 08:40 AM   #295
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New Arai RX-Q Full Video Review



Standing on the shoulders of what Arai Helmets had done previously with the Corsair V, Arai has now fired back with a comparable helmet suited for street riding. The RX-Q is a Corsair V with new features and component configuration which allow it to be quiet, comfortable and protective for everyday use. It is also Snell M2010 certified.

Watch the video to see how the slight modifications to the Corsair V chassis allow all of the best features to translate into the street focused RX-Q while losing some of the potentially overkill race focused elements. Losing some of those features has also allowed the price of the RX-Q to start somewhere around $600 vs the much higher priced Corsair V which is 20-30% more expensive.

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You can also check out our Arai Helmets Model Overview / Buyers Guide Here.
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Old 01-08-2010, 07:05 PM   #296
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Standing on the shoulders of what Arai Helmets had done previously with the Corsair V, Arai has now fired back with a comparable helmet suited for street riding. The RX-Q is a Corsair V with new features and component configuration which allow it to be quiet, comfortable and protective for everyday use. It is also Snell M2010 certified.

Watch the video to see how the slight modifications to the Corsair V chassis allow all of the best features to translate into the street focused RX-Q while losing some of the potentially overkill race focused elements. Losing some of those features has also allowed the price of the RX-Q to start somewhere around $600 vs the much higher priced Corsair V which is 20-30% more expensive.

See all of the Arai RX-Q Helmets

You can also check out our Arai Helmets Model Overview / Buyers Guide Here.
I love my quantum2 and I think the shape of this helmet may actually fit me better so I am down like a clown but, Arai should have provided some brighter choices for a "street focused" helmet. Basically anyone wanting a more visible helmet has the choice of white or diamond white. Every other solid color is dull (does not stand out) or just black. Pretty lame. The "Randy Yellow" in the Corsair 5 line would be nice or just a solid yellow.
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Old 01-11-2010, 02:13 PM   #297
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100% Agree. The Arai folks are smart people. I wouldn't be surprised if it popped up for 2011.... but I am just speculating. I know for a fact a lot of thought goes into everything they do... hence the $$$ :-)

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I love my quantum2 and I think the shape of this helmet may actually fit me better so I am down like a clown but, Arai should have provided some brighter choices for a "street focused" helmet. Basically anyone wanting a more visible helmet has the choice of white or diamond white. Every other solid color is dull (does not stand out) or just black. Pretty lame. The "Randy Yellow" in the Corsair 5 line would be nice or just a solid yellow.
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Old 01-11-2010, 06:19 PM   #298
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RevIt Kelvins

Hi,

Just wondering if you guys know ETA for the Kelvin H2O's gloves XXL.


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Old 01-20-2010, 08:36 AM   #299
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Hi Icarus,

Just got word from REV'IT! - next fall :-(.

Not the best news and REV'IT! is trying to figure out a solution in the interim.

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Hi,

Just wondering if you guys know ETA for the Kelvin H2O's gloves XXL.


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REV'IT! Balaclava and Windtube Buying Guide and Overview

We get the "which Balaclava is the right one" question a ton. So we did a video buying guide and overview with Tex from REV'IT!. Hope this fills in a lot of blanks with regard to the lineup, their uses and some of the new items for 2010.



Check out the Tracker, Blaze and Rainstar H2o balaclavas...

You can see all of the REV'IT! base layers here.

As always all questions or feedback are welcome.

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