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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-09-2018, 08:14 AM Thread Starter
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Sedici Palmero 1 piece race suit

So after my accident earlier this year I bought a race suit to wear everytime I ride. I saw great reviews on the Sedici palmero and they had them in stock as t cycle gear locally so I went and picked one up. Only $450 bucks compared to the Alpinestars suit what I originally wanted. Have to say I'm extremely impressed. Have put at least 50 hours into the suit and a couple thousand miles. Very comfortable when on the bike and I've worn it in 95 degree weather. It breaths very well and has held up well so far. Only issue is the knee pucks are hollow so you'll want to replace them. But anyone intersted in getting a suit but want to be on the cheap side this one is the way to go in my opinion.
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I've read mixed reviews about some of the Sedici or Bilt stuff from Cycle Gear.

There is no argument that it is much better than textile or jeans when you go sliding.

Glad to see you're back on the bike!

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Maybe as street leathers, but I'll take quality leathers for a track day. The money saved on mediocre leathers is not going to pay for the injuries you might sustain at 100+ mph. Hell, I'd rather buy used Alpinestars or Dainese leathers over a new set of Sedici. Or have Mass Sports make me custom ones.
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Maybe as street leathers, but I'll take quality leathers for a track day. The money saved on mediocre leathers is not going to pay for the injuries you might sustain at 100+ mph. Hell, I'd rather buy used Alpinestars or Dainese leathers over a new set of Sedici. Or have Mass Sports make me custom ones.
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Agreed.

Itís the same when it comes to helmets for me. Except I only buy quality brand new ones - not even shop demo helmets as you never know if a douche bag has dropped it in the shop.


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