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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Motodisiac, Aug 6, 2008.
After 8 years I updated front page with up to date information.
Dennis, do you guys carry the Rev'it suspenders?
Last time I have seen them was at dealer product presentation 2 years ago, I think they've been out if stock since then.
I scored a set nice suspenders in REI, works for me.
Last Saturday with had our first ever open house, and the turnout was phenomenal. Perhaps we should have another one in 8 years :).
We had a raffle with some nice prizes from our great vendors and several prizes are still unclaimed, including sweet Kriega R20 backpack, Rev'it! mesh jacket and Sena S10 Bluerooth unit and $1 000 000 in Beach Moto cash. Do you still have your raffle ticket? You may be a winner.
Yeah, I have all the tickets, mail me everything.
Looking for a pair of Airwave 2 ladies pants in 42 long. Can you get me a price and availability. Thanks.
They are available in either Black or Silver, please call us if you want to place an order. They are $209 just like everywhere else.
so sell me some shit. waterproof and I don't like messing with liners. Been a long time since I moved away from the RevIt brand.
How much ventilation do you expect out if a jacket with built in waterproof shell?
I would like something with arm or forearm venting. Pit zips as well. Maybe something close to the Klim Badlands...
I'm looking for an alternative to the Klim Badlands jacket and pants also.I'm short with a 28-29 inch inseam (38w/29L in most jeans like Levi and Wrangler),fat in the middle with a long torso.I usually wear a XXL in Icon or Olympia jackets.I sweat bad,so good vents are a good thing.
Do your legs sweat too or just your upper body? What about mixing a pair of stich or similar pants with something that vents a bit more for the jacket?
Oh yes.Sometimes badly.Mostly my upper thighs,all around.
Have you ever tried Klim Badlands? It may actually be the best fit for you. If you sweat a lot you may want to look into something like CAYENNE PRO jacket and pants, fantastic ventilation and absolutely bulletproof construction. In case you need waterproofing you can always throw rain suit over. Pants come in short sizes (something like 30", may still be a bit on the long side)
I haven't tried the badlands set up yet.I was tossing the idea around.Then I stumbled onto this post and thought, "I need more info." Thanks for the help.I'll look into your suggestions.
PM sent...looking for Tornado pants.
Just wanted to let you guys know that we just launched our updated website. We tried to keep it as simple as possible, with presise descriptions and key but not overwhelming information. Big thanks to @kaia for helping us with some fine tuning.