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Pezed
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I'm thinking of upgrading my riding kit and am currently impressed with Halvarssons hype. Does anybody have first hand experience of their kit? I particularly like the sound of the Celtic outfit, but haven't yet seen any. What's the verdict?
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Seems a quality product styled with hipster market in mind rather than race-replica riders.

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I have a pair of their textile trousers that I picked up cheap, no complaints with them.

I understand a lot of police forces buy their kit...

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I was looking at Rokker stuff a while back. Waterproof, protective jeans! Then I found the price. :(

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Pezed wrote:
Sat May 09, 2020 8:13 pm
I'm thinking of upgrading my riding kit and am currently impressed with Halvarssons hype. Does anybody have first hand experience of their kit? I particularly like the sound of the Celtic outfit, but haven't yet seen any. What's the verdict?
It's ok if you're comfortable riding in green and white shorts and a shirt.
It's not falling off, it's an upgrade opportunity.

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