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Old 04-07-2009, 04:44 PM   #76
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Father Daughter Infinity Team

Sam and is daughter traveled from California to try on REVIT Infinity Suits and left with two - his and hers - for their upcoming California to Oregon ride on Sam's RT.



He is 6'2 and slender - perfect in a XL(Tall). She could have used an XS if REVIT made it, but the Small did fit her in the shoulders and waist although it was a bit long in the arms and legs.

Had to drag them into the studio... Its was pretty cool.

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Old 04-07-2009, 05:36 PM   #77
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Hi Rob,

As Ed McMahon would say "You are correct, sir!" ..

There is a difference in the fit of the Navigator Jacket vs many of the other REV'IT Jackets including the Cayenne Pro. The "Touring fit" is a roomier less "shaped fit" to cater to a more broad and less aggressive style of Touring rider.
Does the '09 Dragon have a similar 'touring fit' as the Navigator? Fingers crossed waiting for an answer
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Old 04-07-2009, 05:39 PM   #78
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Hey Anthony,

Just placed my order for the Dragon jacket, Factor pants and a helmet, and can't wait to get my hands on them!

I ended up going with the M for the Dragon. I went home and took my measurements again and I seem to have lost a bit of bulk in the upper chest area (you can thank marriage and moving into a new house for that).

I appreciate all the help you guys have provided (I've called CS a couple of times as well and always had great service ).
So when you get it we need to see a picture... That is the exact setup I'm contemplating.

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Old 04-08-2009, 11:56 AM   #79
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Anthony,

Question about my Cayenne Jacket. I see that I have CE armor in the shoulder and elbows. However, the back pad is simply made of foam!!

Can I purchase CE back armor separately?


Looking forward to hearing back,

Michael


P.S. I love the jacket.... just can't afford the pants yet.
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Old 04-08-2009, 12:02 PM   #80
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Does the '09 Dragon have a similar 'touring fit' as the Navigator? Fingers crossed waiting for an answer
Yep both the Navigator and Dragon Jackets are cut similarly; the arm hole is cut a bit more generously and both have a more roomy (boxy) cut to them.
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Old 04-08-2009, 12:16 PM   #81
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Anthony,

Question about my Cayenne Jacket. I see that I have CE armor in the shoulder and elbows. However, the back pad is simply made of foam!!

Can I purchase CE back armor separately?


Looking forward to hearing back,

Michael
That picture is sick! Great shot.

Anthony's out on his honeymoon until Sunday, but I can answer this for you. You need either the Knox TP2 or the SAS-TEC back protectors. Note though that the SAS-TEC would need to be trimmed to fit into the Cayenne Jacket.

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Old 04-08-2009, 12:50 PM   #82
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That picture is sick! Great shot.

Anthony's out on his honeymoon until Sunday, but I can answer this for you. You need either the Knox TP2 or the SAS-TEC back protectors. Note though that the SAS-TEC would need to be trimmed to fit into the Cayenne Jacket.

Matt
Matt,

That SAS-Tec pad looks and sounds great. However, approx. how much surface area am I cutting away for it to fit in the original Cayenne jacket?

Any chance you can post a pic of the Cayenne pad atop the Cayenne Pro pad???? As I would be using the original pad as a "template" of sorts...
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Matt,

That SAS-Tec pad looks and sounds great. However, approx. how much surface area am I cutting away for it to fit in the original Cayenne jacket?

Any chance you can post a pic of the Cayenne pad atop the Cayenne Pro pad???? As I would be using the original pad as a "template" of sorts...
Ug no camera in the office today, I can snap a shot tomorrow. You end cutting about 1-2inches from the top, using the foam pad that you have now as a template.

Some more info on this mod though: SAS-TEC in Germany has confirmed that cutting the material does not effect its protective properties. The only downfall we can think of to cutting it is that you could potentially let water into the protector if you are in a real bad rain (since the top is no longer sealed), just make sure to take it out and let it air dry if it gets very soaked.
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Old 04-08-2009, 02:23 PM   #84
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That shot is absolutely siiiiiick.

Matt is spot on - the Knox or SAS-TEC back pad will get it done for you. As noted, you will need to trim the SAS-TEC a hair to fit it.

Anthony.... Poolside ;-)

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Anthony,

Question about my Cayenne Jacket. I see that I have CE armor in the shoulder and elbows. However, the back pad is simply made of foam!!

Can I purchase CE back armor separately?


Looking forward to hearing back,

Michael


P.S. I love the jacket.... just can't afford the pants yet.
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Old 04-08-2009, 02:34 PM   #85
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That shot is absolutely siiiiiick.

Matt is spot on - the Knox or SAS-TEC back pad will get it done for you. As noted, you will need to trim the SAS-TEC a hair to fit it.

Anthony.... Poolside ;-)

Thanks guys.... I'll get on top of ordering one.

By the way, I'm organizing two very big events here in Canada this season (see links in my sig. line).
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I was actually just reading about them - how can we get involved? Would love to be a sponsor etc. You tell us....

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Thanks guys.... I'll get on top of ordering one.

By the way, I'm organizing two very big events here in Canada this season (see links in my sig. line).
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REVIT Apache Boot

Some more eye candy..... REVIT Apache H20 Boot in HI-RES...



Just too damn sexy for its own good

Full Flickr Hi-RES Set Here: REV'IT Apache H20 Boot Photos

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I was actually just reading about them - how can we get involved? Would love to be a sponsor etc. You tell us....

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Old 04-09-2009, 12:28 AM   #89
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How about for us taller folk???

hello BoochZilla,

am interested in your clothing, but i wonder what (if any) will fit me....
usually my choices are limited, so waiting to hear from you, what comes (or can be ordered) for us taller folk.

am 6'10, weigh about 250lbs,
i wear a levis jeans W38 L38
think my chest is either a 44 or 46.

thanks,
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Old 04-09-2009, 11:09 AM   #90
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REV'IT Acquires GORE-TEX License

Some interesting news to report, just got this in the mail box:

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Herewith we would like to officially inform you of another benchmark moment for our company: the recent acquisition of the GORE-TEX® licenses for (1) Garments and (2) Gloves.

The acquisition of the GORE-TEX® licenses are both a symbolic reward for the development of our brand from a quality perspective as well as a fantastic opportunity for REV'IT! to develop even further advanced motorcycle apparel.

We strongly believe that the combination of GORE-TEX® product technology and the REV'IT! Engineered skin design concept will lead to a new standard in functional motorcycle apparel.

In November 2009, during the EICMA in Milan (10-15 November 2009) REV'IT! will present its first collection including GORE-TEX® technology. This first collection will exist of a compact range of textile jackets & trousers, winter gloves and WINDSTOPPER® mid layer products. The first products including GORE-TEX® product technology will be delivered to our dealers in the end of September 2010.

Colin Bell
Motorsports Garments W.L. Gore & Ass.:
"We are delighted to announce our new cooperation with the Netherlands based brand REV'IT!. REV'IT! are a well known and respected motorcycle apparel brand globally, thanks to their innovative and stylish designs and their proactive approach to garment technology and functionality. We believe that this pro activity and focus makes REV'IT! and GORE-TEX® products a very complimentary partnership and we are very optimistic about our future business together."

Should you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact the REV'IT! or GORE marketing department.

Kind regards,
REV'IT! Sport International B.V.

Ivan Vos
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So to sum it up, we should be seeing GORE-TEX REV'IT products fall of next year.

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