Women's Adventure Touring Riding Gear

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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.

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TKTPLZ (Ringgold, LA)

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Hi Vis Sy Max III

My 3RD HJC, had 2 Sy-Max helmets and decided to move up a notch on the quality. Am very happy with the visibility of the helmet. The fit and finish are what I expect from HJC. I have owned a Shoei X9 and an ARAI. Both were nice but for a couple hundred less you can have a nice helmet that fulfills most of my needs. If the inner shield hits your nose only put it down to the click before it hits your nose. That's what I do and it works great. Seems like it will last the 5 year lifetime before I change it out.

Mike (Edgewood, WA)

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AXO weekender gear bag

Bought two of these for my boys. Material is pretty thin, but storage space is adequate for gear. Price is great! We'll see how they hold up over time.

Kevin (Idaho Falls, ID)

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Great Vest, Check The Sizing Chart

I've only been wearing the vest for the last couple of weeks, but I can tell you that it makes a huge difference on cold days. As other reviewers have mentioned, the controller that comes with the vest is a little big, and there isn't a really good way to mount it on your bike. The controller has a belt/pocket clip, and I have just been clipping it to my pants pocket. Be sure to check all the dimensions on the sizing chart. I am a big guy who likes the gym, and I had to go up 2 sizes to fit my chest, but the chart was accurate. The vest has a quality feel, and the seams are all well stitched. The wiring leads that come with the vest are well-made and long enough to allow for pretty much any bike/rider combination.

Jeff (Johnson City , TN)

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Nice option

Have only used it once so far. Much safer was to adjust temperature while riding. Also provides more precise temperature control. Screws that hold battery back in place could be more substantial. Nice product overall.

Michael (Tracy, CA)

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Wet Weather gear

This is great wet weather gear. I wear it over my very leaky tour master 2X jacket. I choose to go with the 4X so it fits over the 2X jacket. It does fit great, easy to put on and does a great job of keeping me dry in light or very heavy rain that I have enjoyed on my daily 1 hour commute to work. Have only had it for a couple of weeks but it wears comfortable and seems to be handling the wind as well as the rain. Now to see how long the velcro and material hold when worn for awhile.

Mark (Monument, CO)

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Not good

I purchased this helmet and went for a weekend ride. The good...loved the sunvisor. The bad...shield would not close evenly leaving an air gap along the bottom right side. Helmet is very noisy. I have had other HJC's and thats why I bought this one. Not a good fit.

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