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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 05-07-2018, 03:38 PM Thread Starter
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Cool Check out my full custom "MV AGUSTA" leather suit

So I commissioned a custom suit right after I bought the F3 like 6+mo ago, went and down 10lbs since multiple times because of a stuffed crust pizza addiction and injuries keeping me off the road bicycle every day. But alas, I saw it and squeezed into it for the first time an hr ago. Fits like a condom! aka horribly uncomfortable and tight but like a second skin! I need to drop the extra weight ive got on and I think shell be perfect. Very plain but should be the coolest temp wise in the sun especially with the 100% perforation.

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A suit will be sweatingly hot no matter what.
Thats what I think

Serious though, suit looks nice and the MV logo are nice and clean Very important!!
Chrome protection looks cool.

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Looking great and it will stretch a little over time.
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It looks great.

Keep in mind that the biggest problem with white is keeping it clean. If you're doing country/rural riding the chore of cleaning off splattered bugs is demanding. I've found nothing that makes the task any easier.

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post #5 of 24 (permalink) Old 05-08-2018, 03:57 AM
You can still breath so the suits not too tight.

It looks great, but you actually need to get some bugs n stuff on them; leather need to look worn in and used.
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I also like the white color suit and this looks very nice.
I normally use white Alpinestars and Dainese and don't worry it will stretch a bit and if you do track fast track days you'll also loose some weight
I also have a Dainese leather clean kit and it's very efficient.
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thanks guys, my last two suits were off the rack 1000-1300$ alpine stars suits and you'd have thought I learned after the first one, which was black, to go white for the heat. the best part of the custom suit is the crotch to neck distance is perfect and you dont have a baggy suit that still is painful to stand up straight in like an off the rack. I can stand perfectly normal in this and my boys aren't smashed up

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Pakistani leathers? Did it come from Sailkot, Pakistan, they're well known for making suits similar to this.

Enjoy them- nice looking for sure.

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The sound effects were the best part of the vid. My colleagues looked at me like I was a weirdo as I laughed out loud. I needed that as I've been a little stressed lately as one of my biggest trees (80 feet tall, 10 feet around) fell on the house during a storm. Structurally the house held up very well but about 3/4th of the roof structure needs to be replaced and inside, half the house has water damage to the ceilings and walls. Yay for good insurance. No motorcycles were injured. Whew!!! Where did you get it done? Totally interested in talking with them. PM me if you like.

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Who made the suit?
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