Teiz Motorsports One Piece Riding Suits - Official Thread

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by TheNedster, Feb 14, 2009.

  1. teizms

    teizms Long timer

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    Folks,
    I am in personally in china to research to some new fabrics(not moving production or anything).
    Meanwhile - all operations are rolling smoothly behind me. This is a great time to get a suit/jacket for the summer. standard suit are being shipped in less than 15 days.
  2. teizms

    teizms Long timer

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    Two new pages added to our Measurement Guide:
    http://store.teizms.com/measurement_guide

    Photo submissions:
    we require that you submit some photos for all custom work. This page is a brief guide on what kind of photos we need. At a minimum, we need two profile shots.
    http://store.teizms.com/Photo-Submissions_df_60.html

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    Measuring Changes:
    By now you probably know that we can send trial sizes to confirm sizing/fit. One way to get a custom fit (if you don't want to take body measurements) is to get a trial and then adjust that particular size. This page is a brief guide on that process
    http://store.teizms.com/Measuring-Changes_df_61.html

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    Hopefully this information will prove useful to folks considering a custom suit :freaky
  3. EvanADV

    EvanADV Big Bearded Boy

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    Wow what an enormous thread. :huh

    I am 6'4", big in the belly, thick in the thighs. Anybody of similar body type have experience with these suits?

    Have long lusted after 'stich suits but never could afford one, and it would need to be custom built because of my build.

    Really would love the convenience of a 4 season one piece suit.

    I see you offer the 2 piece Navigator as well. Have been told one piece suits don't work well for big guys, so if that's the case I guess that's an option too.
  4. teizms

    teizms Long timer

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    i dont see any reason why a one piece would not work for you. depending on your measurements, you may need a custom suit but thats very easy to do as well.
  5. EvanADV

    EvanADV Big Bearded Boy

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    Okay. What's the best choice for an all weather/4 season suit? Descriptions on the site don't seem to be clear on that.
  6. teizms

    teizms Long timer

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    thank you for sharing photos in teiz gear!
  7. teizms

    teizms Long timer

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    finally, some proper pictures of the custom pants:

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    photos from the crash:

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    Very important:


    Folks in a situation like this, you may be eligible for free suit replacement.
    However - you must have already posted a review with photos BEFORE the crash as per the guidelines of our Crash Replacement policy.
    You must ALSO have the police report. Otherwise your claim for replacement will be denied. If you have invested in the suit and do not sign up for the FREE crash program, its like missing out on free INSURANCE.

    http://store.teizms.com/crash
  10. caffeinated

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    Anyone with a Gray/Blue/red Power Shell in XL-Tall want to trade for a L-Tall? After riding for a couple of months, it is just a bit too snug for me, and the XL-Tall would work better.

    Even swap and ship without armor to save weight.
  11. EvanADV

    EvanADV Big Bearded Boy

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    Can somebody lead me in the right direction here?
  12. teizms

    teizms Long timer

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    the Lombard suits come with a waterproof liner. A thermal liner is optional. Unzip all liners and open the vents for great airflow.

    Our top-of-the-line stuff does not come with waterproof liners. we recommend that you wear a rain suit on top of all our gear instead of using waterproof liners. if that is acceptable to you , then consider the Air Shell if you mostly ride in warmer temperatures. Consider the Power Shell if you often run into colder climate.

    hope this help :)
  13. teizms

    teizms Long timer

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    a new color scheme for the Air Shell:

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    We will also be introducing "stealth" - an all black color scheme for our suits very soon
  14. teizms

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    Enforcer: A riding suit designed in collaboration with Police departments specifically to fulfil the needs of law enforcement agencies



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  15. wolftrax

    wolftrax Been here awhile

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    Get the Lombard, I have the old Ver3 and I couldn't be happier with it as a four season suit. It's ideal for Georgia weather, approx. 25 deg all the way up to 90 deg. It ca get a little toasty when sitting at a light but once you start moving you cool right down. It flows a lot of air. When it rains I throw on My Frogg Toggs. This is a beefy suit and my go to gear. After three years of ownership and tons of miles it holding up very well. No problems.
  16. bete

    bete misguided adventurer

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    Police jacket looks good.
  17. Deans BMW

    Deans BMW Granpa Hoon

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    Ghazi, Your new police suit looks good.
  18. teizms

    teizms Long timer

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    A very satisfied couple :) :freaky

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    thanks for the compliments folks
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    teizms Long timer

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    Items lying in our warehouse due to returns, exchanges etc are now available on our website at great discounts. This is a great opportunity to pick up some premium gear at a "sale" price. limited availability so act fast.



    http://store.teizms.com/discounts