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Old 03-30-2009, 07:19 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by mugwump58 View Post
Roadcrafter one piece?

I wear a Darien jacket and pants, I believe 12'er wears a Roadcrafter as well as quite a few others I'm sure. I don't know if they're available ouside of the U.S. or Canada though and the o.p. is in Italia, that's why I figured Belstaff is probably the best of the European brands he/she would be able to locate.
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Old 03-30-2009, 08:23 AM   #12
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I wear TourMaster gear. Transition jacket and Calibre pants. Both have zip out linings. The gear is good in weather to the low 20s. Anything over 60 and you'll be removing liners. They are, also, weather proof. I've been in down pours that would normally leave little dry in your average gear and this stuff held up great. It has CE armor in it, as well. Bought the Jacket and the pants and spent under $300. BTW- There are so many vents in the jacket that if you open everyone you'll look like the Sta-Puf marshmellow guy.
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