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Hi all

I have brought a textile rst slice jacket. It's a very nice fit with adjustable straps to stop any flapping that would arise at high speeds. I like it a lot but only worn it once so far.

Just wondered if any 1 else had any opinions on this jacket or rst gear?
 

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toddy said:
Hi all

I have brought a textile rst slice jacket. It's a very nice fit with adjustable straps to stop any flapping that would arise at high speeds. I like it a lot but only worn it once so far.

Just wondered if any 1 else had any opinions on this jacket or rst gear?
I have rst carbon kevlar race gloves they are quality !rst gear is good if you pay for the better stuff ,the cheap rst gear is shite to be fair!
 

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toddy said:
The slice gear seems to be near the top of there textile range. So hopefully not the cheap stuff you described :)
I do like some of the rst leathers they do,but I have hein gerrike ltd edition tribal white leathers new smx plus alpinestar boots ,I nearly got some rct race boots but then got the smx plus at a price I couldn't turn down !
 

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Nearly all of my gear is RST.
Rift leathers - Jacket and Pants
Ventilator II Textile jacket
RST Leather gloves with Carbon Knuckles

All of it is quailty and fits very well except the carbon knuckles have split part way through!
 

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zandit said:
Nearly all of my gear is RST.
Rift leathers - Jacket and Pants
Ventilator II Textile jacket
RST Leather gloves with Carbon Knuckles

All of it is quailty and fits very well except the carbon knuckles have split part way through!
I think if the carbon has split they will take them back?
 

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But do you manage to clean them up...textile jackets are not easy to clean?
I have found with just a damp cloth most of the crap comes off easily. If you do this after every trip, then it doesn't take much effort.:thumb:
 
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