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  • Nikwax Tech Wash

    Nikwax Tech Wash

    Rick in NM

    Works as advertised and generally suggested for mot...

    This seems to be the "go to" product for washing textile and mesh clothing. Since I really noticed the dirt and grime that have accumulated on my gear I knew it was time to clean/wash them properly yet leave what waterproofing still existed. Works as advertised even in common top loading machine. I do pretreat the really dirty spots just to give the product a fighting chance.

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  • Arai XD4 Motorcycle Helmet

    Arai XD4 Motorcycle Helmet

    Todd in CO

    Arai XD4

    Sizing chart was good - had to remove 5mm cheek pads until helmet packs out a bit which is a nice feature (tightening up fit at later date). Love the face shield flexibility in that you can crack it in cold weather (stay warm yet not fog), ride wide open with sun glasses on and be able to drop the shield quickly when landscape holds flying insects. Just overall highly acclaimed and tested helmet so worthy of cost. All my friends take note of it and say it's one they'd like to have

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  • Suomy MX Tourer Helmet

    Suomy MX Tourer Helmet

    Michael in NC

    Not that big of improvement over my street helmet

    Let me first preface this review with the fact that this is my first adventure/dual-sport helmet, so this is somewhat of a review on ADV helmets in general. Nothing was wrong with my street helmet but I read about how the adventure helmets were supposed to offer a wider field of view, allow you to use goggles, be more lightweight, have a sun visor, etc. Well, after wearing this for about a month and at least 600 miles, I'm not impressed. Sure it's a little lighter, that's why I got this one. But the visor catches the wind something fierce at highway speeds. My neck was sore after riding for a while. On long rides I have to take off the visor, which is time consuming because you have to use a little tool and remove 4 screws. Another problem with using an ADV helmet in general is that when you turn your head sideways at highway speeds it catches the wind more than a street helmet. And the shield is not as round so it's not quite as optically perfect. Also there are not very many choices for aftermarket shields with this helmet. I removed the shield and tried to use some goggles I bought and they barely fit in there, squished my nose so much I couldn't breath out my nose. When removing the shield on this helmet, I noticed the pivot corners were already gouging into the helmet and removed paint and left nasty scratch marks on the shield. This is hidden from view but it seems like a defect. The built-in shades work okay but it's hard getting used to because the lower side of the lens is always in view, unlike the smoke lens I put on my street helmet.

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  • Joe Rocket Women's Cleo 2.2 Mesh Jacket

    Joe Rocket Women's Cleo 2.2 Mesh Jacket

    Donna in NC

    Fabulously Versatile Jacket

    Amazing jacket. Living in a warm climate, riding with a jacket for protection can be miserable. We went on a 5 hr trip this weekend and went from hot, to rain, to 48°. Hot - took out the liner - perfect. Wet - put the liner in -stayed dry. Cool weather - added an extra layer and was comfortable. Without the liner, the jacket is largely mesh. I love it. It's the most versatile riding jacket that I've ever owned. And it looks great!

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  • Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Full Length Knee Brace Sock

    Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Full Length Knee Brace Sock

    David in KY

    very pleased

    They hold my knee pads in place and keeps my knees from getting rubbed raw. I fold the sock down over the knee pad some to help keep them in place.

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  • Bell MX-9 Adventure MIPS Berm Helmet

    Bell MX-9 Adventure MIPS Berm Helmet

    Bev in PA

    Great value

    Very comfortable helmet, it does let in a little wind noise above 50MPH . Does does a perfect job for my dual sport needs

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