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

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Spidi - on track, Dec 10, 2010.

  1. Spidi - on track

    Spidi - on track Been here awhile

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  2. smonke

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    Matteo,

    Please tell me where to get a couple of these.. for my trusty ergo 365 jacket 25FA1BC3-055D-4A3C-9A65-58567DEE6157.jpeg
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  4. BabisStinson

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    Ciao Matteo,

    Thank you for your answer, I contacted Moto Market (the store I've bought them) last week and provided them with the defective pair. I am waiting for your/their reply and actions. In case you cannot provide a replacement I would prefer a full leather one :D

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    Babis
  5. jack70

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    Hi Matteo,

    I have an Ergo 365 Pro Jacket, it is about 4 years old. This weekend i discovered that the tapes of the inner Jacket are loosening. I really like the jacket, can I get a spare inner jacket? It is the second time I have problems with the inner jacket, the first time it was covered by warranty, but this time it is too late for that.

    I hope you cab help me.

    Regards, Jack
  6. Spidi - on track

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  7. Oeths

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    Hi Matteo,

    I have a Globetrekker pants, it is less than 1 year old. The seam at crotch area is leaking.
    I bought the pants from local store (Singapore), Regina Specialties.
    Please help

    Regards, Teo
  8. Spidi - on track

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    Hi @Oeths ,
    I'm sorry to hear that. Sounds like a defective pair. Don't worry, your pants come with a 2-years warranty. Please contact the dealer you bought them from, and he will assist you right away.

    Matteo De Vito
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  9. Oeths

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    Thanks Matteo
  10. CarlosSmm

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    Hello everyone! here is my question I been using 4season jacket for about 36.000 km and is still great. Love it in low temperature, and when is hot it has enough ventilation, can not be more because it will not be a jacket xD. Now Im looking for a 4season pants and obviously I looked the spidi 4season pants. the question is, as it does not have a thermal liner, does the pants keep you warm enough in 0 celsius degrees or below? Also I was thinking to use spidi superstom (that I already have, but I use this over jeans over the 4season pants but maybe it will be to tight.
  11. Spidi - on track

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    Hi @CarlosSmm , if wearing a proper underpant, I have no problem using the 4Season Pants with 0° Celsius. I also appreciate the fact that by not having the thermal liner, they are more comfortable around the knees.

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  12. internetbadb oy

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    Hi Matteo,

    Looking at the Multitech Evo but unsure of sizing as the website sizing is incorrect in sleeve measurements. Emailed Spidi direct but no response. Could you help me out? I used the same measurements as Spidi's website and I think it puts me somewhere around a large?

    Slim build, broad shoulders, somewhat lanky arms

    6' height
    39" chest
    18" shoulder
    23" sleeve (middle of cuff to middle of where it meets in shoulder)
    22" length
  13. Spidi - on track

    Spidi - on track Been here awhile

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  14. internetbadb oy

    internetbadb oy n00b

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    Thanks Matteo! Any reasons why? I emailed Revzilla as well on advice and they recommended a large.
  15. Spidi - on track

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    I'm thinking especially from an "arm length" point of view; keep in mind you can always shrink the jacket a lot, thanks to the big amount of velcro.

    Matteo De Vito
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  16. Gondul

    Gondul Been here awhile

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    Hey Matteo (@Spidi - on track)

    What is your suggestion for generally hot/humid (temps in the mid 90's and humidity in the 75-80% range) for commuting to work?
    I know I'm playing the protection vs cooling game here, but if anything also meets Class A requirements that would be great as well.
    I don't mind sweating a bit to get some protection.

    thanks!
  17. cblais19

    cblais19 Long timer

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    Not to be Matteo, but their new Netrunner mesh suit is adventure styled, 'AA' certified, and has tons of mesh, along with an over/under waterproof layer. There's some other mesh jackets that are a more sport cut & are certified to level 'A' (Breezy Net / Solar Net for instance).
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  18. Gondul

    Gondul Been here awhile

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    Not at all... I appreciate the input. Just trying to get a handle on their product line and that helps.
    Mostly looking for a 2 Season jacket/pants and overpants for commuting to work... I prefer to wear a rain suite vs liners, but they do help for the occasional chilly day we get here in central Florida.

    And if I'm not missing anything it looks like the Netrunner and the Breezy are the only ones listed under 'mesh' that have Pr En 17092-4:2017 cert.
  19. cblais19

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    THere's like 4 of their mesh jackets that have been certified, but the Netrunner is the only one that was certed to 'AA', the rest are 'A'. Recommend taking a look at the Spidi 2019 catalogue/workbook online to see the full range, all the certified ones are indicated.
  20. Gondul

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    Thanks! Now here's hoping I actually fit their Euro-cut style sizing...I'm not a huge by any stretch, but I do have a large chest.