|12-07-2013, 08:36 PM||#1|
Joined: Jul 2004
Location: Spokane, WA
2014 Juggernaut Pre-Run 30 Suits $109.00
The JUGGERNAUT is going through a revision for 2014, in order to ensure the product is where we want it, we're offering 30 pre-production suits for $109 shipped for US Residents and $129.00 Internationally.
ADVRider hasn't seen these prices since our first group buy many, many, years ago.
If you're unfamiliar with the Juggernaut, here's an ADVRider link to a group buy a couple years ago http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=705760
THE OFFICIAL GROUP BUY PAGE:~ NOTE--- Photos on the website are of the 2013 Model...
WHY Velocity Gear? A few quotes from ADVRider members following our first official ADVRider group buy:
------"First impression of this product: it totally surpasses my expectations. Very well made, great fit, and the armor protection feels like it's in a totally different category than other stuff I've tried on at stores. It's as though the dainese/icon/alpinestars gear I put on was for bmx, and this thing is for motorcycles. To everyone still waiting or considering an order: you will not be disappointed."
------"Holy Cow this is a great deal on a cracking piece of kit. Sizing based on the site was dead on (and that's uncommon for my lanky build).
Mine arrived today and I'm 100% satisfied... Stellar product and a good price. What Vendors and group buys are supposed to be about. Thanks!
If you have the need for a suit of this nature - Get one the next time this thing comes around!"
------"Tore it open, and damn I'm impressed. That is a nice pressure suit. Way easier to put on than my Koerta. Thanks for a fine product, and a killer deal"
------"I dont remember anything from about 20 minutes before the crash until about midway through the exam in the hospital, so I have no idea if I stuck an arm out, but judging by the lack of pain, I'd say no. I think it was a direct plant on my left shoulder and head, my helmet looks really bad. my ribs are pretty severely bruised, but no breaks. all I was wearing was a jersey over the armor, and came out free of road rash too.
Without this gear I'd still be in the hospital, no doubt about it. this stuff works. the guys riding with me are all convinced too, they are all rushing out to buy the stuff. the impact would have broken my collarbone, and possibly the shoulder joint as well."
The Juggernaut is so new, I don't have proper photos to post, just phone shots. Hopefully, they will suffice..
The Only Protection System with a Lifetime Warranty
CE EN1621-2 Level 2 Compliant Back Protection
CE EN1621-1 Compliant Shoulder and Elbow Protection
Covered by EC-Type Examination Certificate
Articulating Spine for High Maneuverability & Ergonomic Comfort
Adjustable Forearm X-Straps
Injection Molded Elbow, Forearm, Shoulder, & Chest Protection
Removable, Stand Alone Back Protection
Velcro; Kidney Belt System
Nylon Mesh Weave for Superior Flexibility,
Comfort & Durability
Perforated Kidney Belt for Better Temperature Regulation
Thumb Locks to Minimize Elbow Guard Movement
Aramid/Kevlar Stitching for All Plastic Parts and Chest Straps
In addition the 2014 Juggernaut will have removable sleeves and adjustable shoulder guard placement.
While there's no doubt I'm biased, it is my opinion that this 2014 model will be the best suit we've produced to date. There's only 30 available on the first run, unless we get more then 30 within the next week, I cannot add to the order.
Motorcycle Gear Built for Progression
safety -> = ~SPEED.....
velocitygear screwed with this post 12-07-2013 at 08:48 PM
|12-08-2013, 02:47 AM||#2|
King of No0bs
Joined: Aug 2013
Location: 30 Miles North by North West of L.A.
What does this compare to fit wise? I am about to buy a fox racing one because it fits me best, 2XL/3XL. Im 235lbs 6' and most of my weight is carried mid to high in my stomach. I dont look fat but it is hard trying to find clothes and gear that fit right. If this is similar to the fox racing one I would give it a try. I have also tried on the thor, alpinestar, and the one the pros wear (I forget the brand.) They are all off one way or another. Arms too long or short, torse too short, or chest is too big and stomach is too tight.
|12-08-2013, 05:02 AM||#3|
Joined: Nov 2011
Location: Louisville, KY
I just placed an order. I plan on riding as much as I can this winter, so I'm really looking forward to trying this out. Do you have a rough estimate how long these will take to produce and ship?
Thanks for the great deal!
The machine, which at first glance seems a means of isolating man from the great problems of nature, actually plunges him more deeply into them. - Antoine de Saint-Exupery
|12-08-2013, 06:04 AM||#4|
Joined: Sep 2010
Location: Michigan/Indiana border
Placed my order! Love my other Juggernaut.. will be passing that one along to a fellow rider.
97 Suzuki DR650
2011 Ural Gear Up 2WD
98 Honda XR250R
85 Yamaha BIG Wheel 200 & 88 BIG Wheel 350
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|12-08-2013, 07:50 AM||#6|
Joined: Nov 2007
Location: Mostly Miserable Michigan
Ordered mine. Great deal couldn't pass it up
SCOTT---BIG DREAMS - small wallet
KTM Superduke R, Honda XR650R, Triumph Trophy
|12-08-2013, 10:30 AM||#8|
Joined: Nov 2012
Location: Bowie, MD
I'm in too. Looking forward to something that might fit me at 6'2" 170 lbs. Was thinking about going with the Acerbis Cosmo, but I think I'll have better luck with this.
Post Edit: ordered a size M/L with 7 plates. We'll see how it fits.
Mac, you have an exceptional number of bugs in your teeth. You're gonna wanna rinse those out. It's disgusting. (Always Sunny)
WTB: XR650l parts: Tool bag, rear chain guard. Condition used but decent, price fair.
vector_dumb screwed with this post 12-08-2013 at 10:56 AM
|12-08-2013, 12:19 PM||#10|
Joined: Sep 2011
Are you guys ever planning to make protective gear for the lower half of the body? It's something missing in your lineup that I've often wondered about.
|12-08-2013, 01:12 PM||#11|
R.I.P. sweet Angus
Joined: Aug 2010
Location: Fredvegas, VA
|12-09-2013, 01:31 PM||#15|
World Class Cheapass
Joined: Sep 2012
Location: SE Michigan
Ordered. Looks like a great piece of kit, especially for a dirt noob like myself who is more likely than not to be crashing.
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