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These waxed-cotton-and-leather gloves are a bit of a different formula than the usual textile stuff you get, or full-leather construction. They have a waterproof membrane liner that should resist the rain as well as what you’d find in any other textile or leather glove. Armored knuckles, too. About $72 at Revzilla after discounts.
Get ready for dirt bikin’ with a new helmet for you… or your kids! A sale at Revzilla makes the youth helmet $59.99 and the adult version $69.99. A PC/ABS shell, EPS liner, and DOT/ECE approved. A choice of colors so you can match if your kids like that idea, or don’t match if they hate the idea…
A set of basic textile panniers with accessory water bottle holders (attachable via MOLLE strips) for about $225 after discount. Thirty five liter capacity per pag, made of a 2520D nylon material with TPU reinforcement panels and your choice of either black and gray or black and tan color. Removable waterproof liners keep your gear dry. A replaceable strap system makes them easier to mount than previous designs.
Aerostich has a Sale section on its website for stuff it’s trying to move on. Right now, they’re offering an extra 20 percent off that already-discounted gear. Maybe the best price you’ll ever get on new Aerostich gear—see more details here.
Still on sale, maybe because it’s winter in North America and mesh jacket sales aren’t exactly booming? Whatever the case, it’s a good deal on high-quality, Euro-designed riding gear—50 percent off, for a $150 price tag. This is a summer riding jacket, so depending where you live, it might be a poor seasonal choice in January! It does come with a windproof liner, but there’s no mention of waterproofing… which would be just fine for a rider who prefers a purpose-built over-layer for rainy rides. The large mesh panels are made of QuickDry fabric, so a quick summer shower won’t leave you soggy all day anyway. Comes with protectors in shoulder and elbow, but no back protector (you can add one, though). And of course, like all Dainese stuff, lots of attention paid to fit and finish for long-term comfort.