Best Deals On Motorcycle Gear At Revzilla For The Week Of July 29 Staff
by Staff

Attention, Revzilla shoppers; look up and look around at these flashing blue light specials. Okay, there is no blue light, and we’re not in K-mart anymore, but right now some of these closeout deals are 60% off. Here are more than a few standout deals that caught the editorial eye this morning.

Dainese Chiodo72 Leather Jacket – $230

best deals on motorcycle gear at revzilla for the week of july 29

This very swell soft cowhide jacket from Italy has an asymmetrical zipper up front over a nice storm flap for that classic look. There’s a mesh liner inside, with soft Pro-armor in the shoulders and elbows for impact protection – along with a pocket for a G1 or G2 back protector (sold separately). Two zippered handwarmer pockets outside and another inside provide room for your stuff, and there’s a zipper to connect Dainese pants as well. Extremely nice-a.

Shop for the Dainese Chiodo72 Leather Jacket here

Shoei GT-Air (Solid colors) – $410-$420

best deals on motorcycle gear at revzilla for the week of july 29

Once you go Shoei, you never go backei. Well, that’s not true for everybody, but a surprising number of riders who’ve worn the GT-Air swear it’s their favorite helmet ever. With a fully adjustable ventilation system, drop-down internal sun visor, fog-free Pinlock CNS-1 face shield and Shoei-typical comfort and quality, the wind-tunnel designed GT-Air has everything you’d expect in a premium helmet, and now at a way less than premium price.

Shop for the Shoei GT-Air Helmet here

Trackside Rear Paddock Stand – $69

best deals on motorcycle gear at revzilla for the week of july 29

If you don’t have one of these, it’s only a matter of time `til you need one. Not just to change your rear tire now and then, but to simplify all kinds of maintenance, including lubing your chain now and then – way easier than rolling your bike down the driveway. This stand lifts both spools and flat- bottomed swingarms, is constructed of heavy-duty 38mm steel tubing covered in tough powder-coat. Dual wheels makes the lifting easy, a retractable handle makes it easy to store. (While things are almost half price, Trackside’s front paddock stand’s also $69.)

Shop for the Trackside Rear Paddock Stand here

REAX 215 Jeans – $170

best deals on motorcycle gear at revzilla for the week of july 29

These are some good riding jeans, complete with seat, thigh and knee areas reinforced with aramid fabric, triple-stitched seams in critical areas, and ready to accept Rokker D3O Knee Armor (sold separately). Way safer, in other words, than regular jeans, but their normal straight-cut five-pocket design, complete with YKK zip-front fly, doesn’t make you look like you just stepped in from a planet far away.

Shop for the REAX 215 Jeans here

Fox Racing Titan Sport Jacket – $120

best deals on motorcycle gear at revzilla for the week of july 29

Not a bad idea if you’re dual-sporting, adventure biking or whatever, Fox’s “ultimate battle suit” gives all your vulnerable spots complete plastic plating, on top of a full mesh main body that provides a precise, bunch-free fit and as much ventilation as you need; wear it alone or with a jersey or jacket on top as needed. CE certified.

Shop for the Fox Racing Titan Sport Jacket here

SIDI Fast Rain Boots – $99

best deals on motorcycle gear at revzilla for the week of july 29

SIDI makes some very nice boots, and there’s no reason to think these wouldn’t fit the usual mold. With a waterproof and breathable barrier to the elements, integrated internal protection and super durable Technomicro and Cordura construction, the Fast Rain Boots should be good to go for years. Velcro straps make it easy to get in and out of the Cambrelle-lined interior, where there’s also a full-length inner gaiter and a removable arch support pad. Also internal heel and toe protection. Outside, there are reflective points above the heels, and it all sits on a bonded non-slip lug sole.

Shop for the SIDI Fast Rain Boots here

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