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    Women's Adventure Touring Gear Department

    With a dual natured personality, adventure riding gear has in many ways become the gear motorcyclists have been demanding all along. Lightweight, protective, waterproof and able to handle both the street and the dirt, women’s adventure touring riding gear represents a real step forward in comfort and versatility. Motorcycle Superstore knows this firsthand and has made sure we carry the top brands that have helped make this possible. From REV’IT! to Tour Master to Shoei to Klim to Firstgear, all the best adventure gear is here. So regardless if you need heated liners, jackets, pants, rainwear, gloves, boots and neck warmers, find it here and prepare yourself for your next big ride into the backcountry.

    Latest Reviews

    Smokey Bear (Andover, CT)

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    They Work

    I bought these a few weeks ago. So far, so good. They fit ok under my heavy gauntlet gloves. The material is thin so I'm very careful when I take them off. My hands don't get hot even with the controller up to max but then again I don't want hot hands. My problem with riding in the cold has always been that my hands get cold. Nothing else (most of the time). With the liners, I've been riding in 26 degree temps at 50 - 70 mph and my hands are comfortable. I'm a happy guy.

    Eric (Richmond, VA)

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    works fine

    Its great to have an option with the Synergy gen. one heated gear. The original controllers have a habit of breaking. Using this allows you to use other inline controllers and continue to enjoy using the Synergy heated gear.

    TG (Manchester, NH)

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    Second Nolan Modular

    Improvement over the N102. Fit and features are great. Fit me better than a Schuberth at 1/2 the cost. Was hoping it would be a bit quieter at high highway speeds, but it's not terribly bad. Then again, my highway speed is 75 on Street Triple with no fairing. 65 with no fairing is very reasonable for wind noise. I have no complaints with this helmet and just recommended to a friend that has an N102.

    Keith (Indianapolis, IN)

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    Too snug

    This is warm. I've ridden into the mid 20s with it and a full face helmet on. It'll block the wind and keeps me warm between the helmet and jacket. But, it feels like it's choking me. I washed per instructions using cold water and I've tried to stretch it out. It maintains it's size which normally would be good. Neck size is 17 3/4", just too right to be comfortable and restricts movement for me. Maybe if this was a standard size and they had one larger it would be perfect.

    Mike (Fairborn, OH)

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    The Greater Gaiter

    In short, of two bought at the same time, this one is the better of the two. I purchased this Schampa and a competitor's double layer at the same time. The Schampa single-layer gaiter is a better fit, and was effective in 36 degree weather yesterday at speeds up to 55 and with gusting wind at up to 18 MPH [ca 88 kmH]. As a bonus, on both my 3/4 length jackets (FG Rainier and Jaunt T2) I can fasten the topmost closure snap, which cannot be done with the double-layer. Kudos, Schampa!

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