Best Deals On Motorcycle Gear At Revzilla For The Week Of July 22
It’s the start of a new week, which means Revzilla has a whole bunch of new deals and markdowns to sort through. In this week’s edition of Revzilla deals, we see communicators, luggage, and riding gear getting marked down, but this is only a small sampling. Head on over to Revzilla to see the full list of fresh price drops.
Cardo SmartPack Headset – Duo Pack – $399.96 (20% off)
The Cardo Scala Rider SmartPack features both DMC (Dynamic Meshwork Communication) and Bluetooth technologies, enabling you to communicate with non-SMARTPACK riders, operate your mobile phone, receive navigation instructions from GPS devices, and listen to music (via A2DP).
DMC was developed by Cardo to completely change how group riders communicate with each other. Instead of the traditional Bluetooth ‘daisy-chain’ intercom connection, the group is connected in a dynamic network to ensure that communication remains uninterrupted at all times. In SmartPack ‘s DMC Intercom mode, a group of four riders can communicate at a remarkable range of up to 3 miles / 5 km, and any of the members can leave/join the group, or receive incoming phone calls at any given time, without compromising the conversation for the rest of the group. ***A recently released firmware update expands DMC group size to 15 riders.
The free Cardo Smartset App for Android and iOS devices enables the use of a smartphone as a remote control. It allows for operation of all main features such as A2DP, intercom, music, FM radio and mobile calls. The App also features multiple languages – English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
Nelson Rigg 40L Hurricane Waterproof Backpack / Tail Pack – $134.96 (10% off)
On short trips, strap your Hurricane Bag onto your back and go. Heading out for the weekend? Tuck in your backpack straps and strap it down to your bike. The waterproof SE-3040 Hurricane Bag is up for either task.
The rugged Nelson Rigg Hurricane looks a little more complicated than your average backpack. That’s because it is. This roll-top bag is fully kitted out with MOLLE webbing and multiple tie-down points so it can be secured to the tail end of your bike. The bag features an air purge valve so you’re not fighting any trapped air when forming a water-tight seal or using the compression straps. An external pair of bottle holsters support the transport of 1L fuel bottles, water or Brawndo (sold separately). Strap the Hurricane to your back and lock it in with the sternum and waist straps or tuck all that away and go tail bag mode. It’s your call.
Dainese Rapida72 Perforated Leather Jacket – $349.99 (46% off)
Dainese’s Rapida72 Leather Jacket encompasses racing history with modern functionality. The curves of the Rapida72 Perforated Jacket hug your body just like your motorcycle hugs apexes. Slim Pro-armor provides impact protection without adding bulk that would ruin the lines of the jacket. Supple perforated leather adds abrasion resistance and airflow. Riders with an aesthetic for a bygone era can wear the Dainese Rapida72 into modern times.
TCX Urbanner Gore-Tex Shoes – $199.99 (33% off)
Ready to upgrade from those Air Jordans? The TCX Urbanner is a riding shoe masquerading in sneaker form. Soft, full-grain leather teams up with specialized sole for comfort on the bike or hoofing it on foot. Gore-Tex waterproofness is just the icing on the cake.
Scorpion EXO-R710 Fuji Helmet – $149.95 (29% off)
The Scorpion EXO-R710 is another addition to their popular R-series line of helmets set out to reinvent the Scorpion name. Optimized weight, fit and comfort, the EXO-R710 is at home on the track, in the canyons, or during a daily commute. This SNELL-certified helmet features a fiberglass/aramid matrix shell with Scorpion’s EverClear faceshield and aero-tuned ventilation. The dual-density EPS liner helps better disperse energy during an impact, while the emergency release tabs allow easy removal of the cheekpads by first responders. A moisture-wicking liner and a tool-less shield replacement system round out the list of features.
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