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Speed and Strength Top Dead Center Textile JacketFully primed for warm weather motorcycle action, Speed and Strength's Top Dead Center jacket uses a lightweight, vented textile chassis with elbow, ...
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Women's Throttle Body Jacket
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Speed and Strength Women's Throttle Body JacketThe Speed and Strength Women's Throttle Body is a textile jacket made to be svelte and flexible on the streetbike. Shaped to cover even when leaned ov...

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Scott (Schofield )

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SS650 Helmet

Very good helmet like it very much and yes it does run a little smaller but a good fit for the price.

Chris (Blaine )

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Awesome helmet. Happy with everything about the helmet except the sizing. I wear a Medium HJC helmet. thought I should also get a Medium SS. WRONG! Had to return it to get a LARGE. Order one size bigger...

Tim (Muskegon )

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A decent pair of jeans

Being a big & tall guy, I've had difficulty finding jeans I like. These were plenty long while not riding. When riding, the knee armor doesn't quite bend enough so the pant leg tends to stick out. Feels like they are shorter in that regard, but they really aren't. They are a little warm in the shin area. On my FJR, I noticed my shins would get warm when standing still but quickly went away after riding. These also look more like a regular pair of jeans then some others. I would have like to have seen some venting in the crotch, just for airflow's sake. I have a set of Icon jeans that has a non-denim fabric there and it helps keep the jeans cool. The bagginess of the jeans does allow airflow up the pant leg, which helps. My biggest complaint is that the zipper is not long enough. I'm not trying to brag or consider myself exceptional, but getting the "equipment" out is a challenge. On top of that, certain areas rest of the bottom part of the zipper. Need to be careful, or you can get caught just enough to sting when you're closing everything back up. I've just learned to sag down the pants a bit before stepping up to the urinal.

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