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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by TheNedster, Feb 14, 2009.
I'm taking off for a weekend ride on Thursday afternoon.....there will be pics.
Action shots.. schmaction shots... Naptime shots!
Couches: Now available in Hi-Viz.
thats what u call "living in yr suit"
It's THAT comfortable!
All this talk of shipments and seeing "my" hi vis suit is not making my wait time go any slower
only 3-5 more weeks :ddog
Custom Navigator First Impressions:
Damn, that looks like one heck of a good fit. I got my Mojave but it's at my parent's house, I'll see it in a couple weeks. I think I'm wearing the trusty Lombard.
Wow, what a great fit, looks fantastic.
Well I have had my Mojave suit for about a month now and I have to say I still love it.
I have ridden in quite a range of temps from about 34 degree to 91 degrees now and it has worked flawlessly at all points.
I still can't believe how comfortable it is when on the bike, you really don't feel the weight of it when riding.
I have gotten quite a few compliments on my suit, and it is so much nicer when getting ready in the morning or just for a quick trip down to the store to just throw the suit on.
I have had to do some training and teaching in the suit and I have to say it's no problems moving around in the suit at all.
Even at 90 degrees it's really not too bad when not moving, plus as soon as you start to move you cool right back down.
I do wish it had a pocket on the inside for my music, but I just use the chest pocket and leave the cable outside the suit, it would just be nicer to run it out the collar or through an eyelit.
Quality is top notch, it feels much more durable that my old mesh separates that no longer fit.
Sizing could be a little better for me, but I didn't want to go the cutom route so I went with the closest thing, so I cannot complain, I am one of those people with a shorter inseam and a longer torso, but overall I still really like the suit.
One of these days I will actually do an official review, but I just haven't had the time yet, teaching too many weekends, I have another 2 classes and a retest this weekend to do.
But for anyone on the fence about getting a suit from Teiz... rest assured you will be happy....
Ghazi where is my hanger lol... I know he is on his trip.
Here are just a couple of pics, still haven't gone out to take any myself.
From my training update for Idaho STAR:
From the Idaho STAR Facebook page.. I am the third from the left:
oo boy - i dropped it at fedex on the way to the airport - it was on my list of things to do but i cudnt find a darn box that would fit 2 hangers and not be supersized :s
should be there soon!
Ghazi - proving (hopefully great) customer service all the way from Germany (sitting in the knopf tours kitchen right now)
No worries Ghazi, I thought you were already gone and was just giving you a zing... thanks as always!
folks despite our trip, we are answering calls in full swing and now have internet as well so emails will be responded to regularly.
trip had a rough start:
but here is a cool action shots sent to us recently:
and some navigator feedback:
in case any one is wondering what suit i am using for the trip , its the Navigator
Ghazi, looking good over there. Have a great trip and be safe.
Teiz Alcatra at Deals Gap
page 4 of Navigator instruction manual - how to consume a chocolate croissant in a Navigator suit:
page 4 of Navigator instruction manual - how to consume a coke in a Navigator suit:
latest shipment has left the factory
Removable Airbag Integration System - who would like to see Teiz offer something like this- how much would you pay for an airbag system?? would you buy it if offered
My almost two year old Lombard V3, last weekend at the BearWallow up in Alpine, Az. Next on my list is a Navagator 2 piece. Still looks as good as new.