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    SixSixOne Pro Pressure Suit

    I've been looking for armour for a while and have tried on the Acerbis, Icon and SixSixOne. I've been torn between the Acerbis and SixSixOne and I think I've narrowed it down to the SixSixOne Pro Pressure Suit.

    I've found it at Dennis Kirk for 237.99 US. Was wondering if anyone local has it. With our dollar close to par and no shipping if sent to Blaine, I may order it from them but I'd like to give a local place the chance to order it.

    http://www.denniskirk.com/jsp/produc...d=10301&mmyId=
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    5thgear $199.99 for the pressure suit lot's in stock

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    How good are these protection-wise? Also how bulky are these?

    I'd be interested in picking one up too if I could fit it under a zip up hoody and it actually provided good crash protection.

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    Bill, you wouldnt happen to have the alpinestars bionic jacket would you? http://www.kneedraggers.com/details/...5-ALP05-1.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by 13th.step View Post
    How good are these protection-wise? Also how bulky are these?

    I'd be interested in picking one up too if I could fit it under a zip up hoody and it actually provided good crash protection.
    http://www.mtbr.com/reviews/Pads/product_88495.shtml

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    Quote Originally Posted by 13th.step View Post
    How good are these protection-wise? Also how bulky are these?

    I'd be interested in picking one up too if I could fit it under a zip up hoody and it actually provided good crash protection.
    I've been trying out the different ones all week. My thought was to wear a hoody over it as well. It'll work but I would have to have a hoody at least 1 or 2 sizes larger than I would normally wear.

    Each model has it's pros and cons. I'm still leaning towards the SixSixOne. Best overall fit for me and it covers the entire chest. Alpinestar is a lot more expensive and can't adjust the shoulder and elbow pads and the zipper runs up the centre of your chest.

    Acerbis is very similar to SixSixOne but I felt their back protector was a bit shorter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fotura View Post
    I've been trying out the different ones all week. My thought was to wear a hoody over it as well. It'll work but I would have to have a hoody at least 1 or 2 sizes larger than I would normally wear.

    Each model has it's pros and cons. I'm still leaning towards the SixSixOne. Best overall fit for me and it covers the entire chest. Alpinestar is a lot more expensive and can't adjust the shoulder and elbow pads and the zipper runs up the centre of your chest.

    Acerbis is very similar to SixSixOne but I felt their back protector was a bit shorter.

    Fotura, does Bill stock the regular pressure suit, or the PRO pressure suit for $199??

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    Picked up the Pro Pressure Suit today for $199.

    Thanks Bill!

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