McCready (Boise )
My shifter met with a bad fate and needed replacement. This shifter fit perfectly with no hassle. Works great and I like it better than the original.
John (Lakeville )
Great gloves!! Worth the money. I read the previous reviews about the sizing and they were right. The gloves run small. I wear an XL in almost every other glove. I got these in XXL and they fit fine. Initially a little tight, but I know they will stretch to a prefect fit.
Pete (Sunrise )
Very nice helmet. Light, relatively quiet, terrific airflow.Good aero, feels great at high speed.I love the extra tinted shield included.The only thing lacking for me is a drop down sunscreen,but that's understandable on a helmet designed for track duty.
Francis (Anderson )
I bought this to cover my wife's Shadow and it is perfect. When I do other work in the garage this keeps her bike clean and her happy which leads to my happiness too.
Bradley Winters (Eaton )
paired with my deer skin lined gauntlets from fox creek leather perfection
Alex (Gilbert )
I have been very excited to try this jacket out due to the drop in temperature and the utility the jacket seemed to offer. I am overall relatively pleased, but I cant help but feel disappointed at the same time... Pros: -Pockets...all of the pockets... -[Grey] Is much more visible than my previous black jackets, and with the reflective accenting I can't help but feel a bit more prominent on the road. -Size and fit. I'm usually a medium, (5'10' 160lbs, 31x32) and the fit is certainly ideal. Adjustable straps and cinches also make the jacket easy to form to your person. -Everything is sturdy and well built, I have yet to try this one in the rain (it never rains in AZ), but it certainly does well at night against the cold wind. Cons: -It does really well against the cold wind...which is bad because we recently had a 70 degree day, and with all vents and exhaust ports open I experienced a severe lack of airflow. No doubt this was because the bike I was riding had a windshield, but I couldn't help but feel like a "4 season" jacket should perform better than it did. Obviously this is subjective, but I'm no stranger to heat. 120 degree days are common in summertime and this jacket proved it is certainly not for use in temperatures exceeding 80 degrees. -Of all the jackets I've purchased, this presented the most pitiful excuse for spinal protection I've seen to date. They would have been better off sliding a poorly cut bit of cardboard in the back of the jacket. Obviously the point is to get you to buy the d30 or whatever Fly's upgrade is, but they could have at least pretended to try. Overall, it's a promising jacket, but the jacket is not as advanced as I had previously anticipated.