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My first 1-piece.
After trying it on it feels comfortable and fits nice. There's no perforation, but it is an entry level suit. I haven't used it on the track yet and I don't ride on public roads in full leathers. I think the next step up has perforation if you really want that. Overall I think it is a great value and will fit my needs perfectly.
March 17, 2015
Good basic suit
FYI, this is my fourth suit (3rd one-piece). I've had suits ranging in prices, so I have a bit of experience, but not an expert. This suit's ok for what it is. It's a budget suit, but slightly better. The armor doesn't feel substantial, but the hump is well padded. You have to take care getting in though, as the shoulders of the back pad tend to fold in on you. There are a few other gripes. The piping on the hump doesn't follow the contour of the top exactly, and the elbow padding (I won't call it armor) in the right arm feels looser in its pocket than the left. My right thigh pad also sits a little (tiny bit) further back than the left. So, is the craftsmanship the best? No. However, it is a very comfortable suit. The leather is supple and soft. The precurve is just enough to keep you comfortable on and off the bike. The calves have a neoprene-like material that stretches if you have issues with big calves. It also has shin armor (notice I said "armor") It's also a roomy suit. I went from a 46 down to a 44 with still enough room for a slim back protector, and I'm 5'8' 200 lbs. The wind doesn't really make it through the textile though, so don't get it thinking you're getting airflow like a perfed suit. Really, the only performance negatives I have is that the sliders are small, and despite what the description says, are NOT long lasting. The Velcro is also small, limiting your ability to reposition the slider. Oh, and the bottom zipper, while a good idea, starts at just above the waist, so good luck if you're going to use that as a drain, if you know what I mean.
September 30, 2014
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