SPIDI gear for ADVrider (any doubt we are the best?)

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  1. ChildlikeWonder

    ChildlikeWonder Been here awhile

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    That's a lot of adjustment! That's awesome. Maybe I'm just not seeing it, but I really think you guys should put your size chart on the website.
  2. Spidi - on track

    Spidi - on track Been here awhile

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  3. ChildlikeWonder

    ChildlikeWonder Been here awhile

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    I've seen you post size charts on here for husky and slim sizes as well, are those no longer made? According to the size chart at that link I would have to wear a M for my waist and an XXL for my height :(
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    Spidi - on track Been here awhile

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  5. NOLA-ADVrider

    NOLA-ADVrider n00b

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    Matteo,

    I ordered my Voyager 3 Hi-Viz on 6/11 from Spidi.com and received it today (6/13)…now that's fast shipping. I have not had a chance to ride with it yet but I'm really impressed with the fit and finish. You can feel the quality of the jacket. I'm 5'10" 165 lbs and the large fits like it was made for me. Now I just have to figure out what pant I'm gonna match with it. Thanks for making a quality product and selling it at a reasonable price!

    NOLA
  6. Spidi - on track

    Spidi - on track Been here awhile

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    Hi Nola, how are you doing?
    I'm glad to hear you love your Spidi product. Trust me, you'll love even more after spending some thousand miles in it.

    As for the pants, I would be choosing between the Thunder H2Out and the VTM H2Out.
    Although they look similar, they have indeed different range of use.

    The Thunder H2Out features a double layer polyamide outer fabric, while on the inside there's a fully removable H2Out waterproof and breathable membrane; dynamic air intakes will help you to get huge ventilation when riding in hot area.

    VTM pant featuers the H2Out membrane attached to the outer fabric itself, while on the inside there's a removable thermal insulating lining.

    Obviusly, as for Spidi tradition, both these pants are equipped with premium quality EN 1621-1 certified protectors; removable and height adjustable.


    The choice between these two perfect pants depends on what kind of ride will you be facing: mostly warm rides go for the Thunder pants, mostly chilly and cold weather go for the VTM.


    Matteo De Vito
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  7. levain

    levain STILL Jim Williams

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    Matteo,
    which of your pants are large enough at the cuffs for full motocross boots? Ergo by any chance?

    Thanks
  8. Spidi - on track

    Spidi - on track Been here awhile

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  9. not4us

    not4us n00b

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    Hi Matteo,

    I contacted your costumer service to get this problem solved and all I can say is I'm AMAZED.
    They asked me to send photos of the pants (although there's no physical damage) and a couple of days later I got a reply telling me that they will be sending me new ones! No need to send mine back! (which would have been expensive from Australia to Italy).
    This is after 2 years since I purchased them, incredible.
    Spidi has now jump all the way to my number 1 motorbike gear seller!
    Actually, my number 1 seller full stop!
    Would be recommending your products to all my friends and my next piece of gear (looking at boots and gloves) will be ordered from you too, I'm over the moon!

    Thanks again Matteo.

  10. Camarodude

    Camarodude Been here awhile

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    The Mesh Leg looks like what I'm looking for, but was also looking for something NOT black, or less black.
  11. Spidi - on track

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    Hi Not4Us,
    thank you very much for this review. This is the reason why I love my job; we like giving 100% and making our customer in love with our products. Hope you will enjoy your new pair of pants !

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  12. Spidi - on track

    Spidi - on track Been here awhile

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    Hi Camarodude, how are you doing?

    If your looking for some kind of summer pants in bright and cool color, why don't you try the outstanding Hi-Fit?

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    This pants feature an amazing fabric, named Cebonnare, that is the best synthesis of strenght and ventilation. They also have two air intakes for extremely hot days. Seriously, you won't believe how much soft and elasting this tough fabric is !


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  13. configurationspace

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    What are the main differences between the multitech and the new airtech jackets?

    I have a multitech and quite like it. The airtech is cheaper. Why is that? Is the armour largely optional on that one?
  14. Spidi - on track

    Spidi - on track Been here awhile

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    Hi there,

    yes in Multitech Armor, Back and Chest protectors are included; in Airtech Armor they are optional. Moreover, Airtech is much lighter than Multitech.


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  15. Spidi - on track

    Spidi - on track Been here awhile

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    Hi there,

    yes in Multitech Armor, Back and Chest protectors are included; in Airtech Armor they are optional. Moreover, Airtech is much lighter than Multitech and features less pockets.

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  16. Camarodude

    Camarodude Been here awhile

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    Hey Mateo,

    Thanks for the suggestion, are those overpants?
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  18. mdns

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    Hi Matteo,

    I'm 5'10" 155lbs. I wear a size L MultiTech Jacket and in the US I wear a 28" or 30" waist with a 30" inseam pant. I'm looking to order a 608 Jacket and the Hi-Fit pants. Would you recommend ordering the size L 608, and a size 50 pant?


    Thanks for the help!
    Mat
  19. Spidi - on track

    Spidi - on track Been here awhile

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    Hi Mat,

    you go for a 50 in 608 Jacket plus a 31 in Hi-Fit.
    By the way: perfect combination.



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  20. Baroquenride

    Baroquenride Everyone dies, but not everyone truly lives.

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    Matteo, I'm looking for a short enduro/dual-sport glove with plenty of protection, but won't get too hot in 100* weather. I'm looking at the STR-3. What do you recommend? Also, I have problems fitting gloves as my palm is 9.5" but I have short fingers. What do you suggest? The last gloves I bought were Held Thrux in size 10 or XL and they fit absolutely PERFECTLY.