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SPIDI Tour S7 H2Out Motorcycle Touring Suit

SPIDI Motorcycle Gear

The SPIDI Tour S7 Suit H2Out is the brand new product developed for long range tourism, characterized by an elevated thermal insulation, an extreme protection level and by the possibility to be worn after a day spent riding, thanks to the removable wadded inner jacket.

The suit, composed by the Tour S7 jacket and the VTM trousers, is made of a three layers 440gr/mq Tenax Polyammide, Extra Tenax Polyammide (with a 3500 revolutions on the Martindale testing machine) on shoulders, elbows and back. Moreover there are Tenax Flex areas on shoulder blades, groin and knees for easier movements.

The waterproof, breathable and wind-breaking H2Out membrane gives he maximum in term of waterproof and breathability, while and exceptional ventilation is granted by special Airack dynamic system on the jacket, a SPIDI’s exclusive patent.

AIRACK system is made of flexible channels running across the jacket allowing airstreams to flow through the jacket, acting like ultra effective thermo regulators. These channels are also able to increase waterproofing.

Another feature is the thermal inner layer of the jacket, which can be used as a wadded jacket, separately from the suit itself. This is really useful for the rider which can count on a casual jacket. It is made in a soft fabric with a 150gr/mq hollow fiber wadding, which gives the jacket a warm and smooth feeling.

On the trousers there’s a removable 100gr/mq hollow fiber wadding.

The safety equipment is top-of-the-range: CE Force Tech protectors on shoulders and elbows, CE Multitech protectors on hip and knees, optional CE Back Protector lev.1 or lev.2 and CE Chest Protector.

Additional technical features are: four waterproof pockets, four zip pockets, EST micrometric neck adjusting system, many volume adjusting possibilities, detachable braces, and many Reflex areas for night riding.

SPIDI Tour S7 H2Out Motorcycle Suit Details:

  • Sizes: M – 3XL
  • Colors: Black, Black/ice
  • MSRP: € 839 ($1100)

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Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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