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Which is the best sporty Q kit for wet weather rid­ing?

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I ride a Blade ev­ery day and our var­ied weather means I of­ten leave home in pouring rain but ride back after work in fan­tas­tic sun­shine. Is there good all-round kit for a sports­bike that won’t leave me with a wet chest and crotch? Joe Simmonds, Kent

An­swered by Keith A Rois­set­ter, In­fin­ity Mo­tor­cy­cles Cloth­ing needs are one of those ar­eas where it’s hard to strike a bal­ance. The Alpines­tars Pa­tron pants are a well-cut tex­tile/gore- Tex mix and match nicely with their T-jaws or TGPR jacket which would give you a wa­ter­proof (guar­an­teed for 12-months) out­fit. The Dainese Am­s­ter­dam pants aren’t badly cut and will zip to any num­ber of their jack­ets – the Hawker would prob­a­bly best suit your needs. The RST Tractech Evo II jacket looks sporty, how­ever the match­ing Tun­dra pants don’t look quite as good while the Spidi War­rior H2out may tick your boxes, es­pe­cially matched with their Thun­der trousers.

Alpines­tars T-jaws jacket Dainese Hawker jacket

Spidi War­rior H2out jacket RST Tractech Evo II jacket

Alpines­tars TGPR jacket

Dainese Am­s­ter­dam pants

Alpines­tars Pa­tron pants

Spidi Thun­der trousers

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