Teiz Motorsports 1 piece vented suit (Lombard)

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Teiz Motorsports 1 piece vented suit (Lombard)

Postby dan0011 » Fri Dec 11, 2009 5:47 pm

Manufacturer Teiz Motorsports http://www.teizms.com/
Model Number Lombard Day-Glo Yellow http://www.teizms.com/lombard-p-2.html?osCsid=80072t7ajkgvlqlgmgs5e9d2o1
Price $319 +25 Fed Ex shipping
Date of Purchase 10/09
Satisfaction level High

The suit fits nice and snug. The sizing chart can be misleading though so don't be concerned by the number of Xs in it. I ordered a 2XL and am 5'10 190 lbs. The CE armor is adjustable, but stays in place once adjusted. There are snaps on the arms to snug it up and straps on the legs. The main zippers are YKK and flow easily. The suit has a ton of zippered vents that I will test out in the spring, but from reading others reviews they work very well. It has a zip out winter lining that kept me warm this morning in 24 degree weather. I did have my electric jacket on also, but that was on low and my legs stayed warm. I removed the knee sliders and replaced it with the velcro patches that they include.

It is water resistant and does not claim to be water proof. No suit is ever water proof I don't care what is claimed.

There are a lot more reviews and discussions on this suit here http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthre ... 19&page=67 Ghazi is the main contact and has listened to owners of version 1 of the suit to make this one better. The product link above shows all the features of the suit and there are a ton.

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Re: Teiz Motorsports 1 piece vented suit (Lombard)

Postby Aether » Fri Dec 11, 2009 9:19 pm

I have had a V1 mesh that I used this past summer and bought a V2 (Lombard) vented when they came out this fall. I also own a 'stitch Roadcrafter one-piece. While I wouldn't say by any stretch that the workmanship is up to the quality of the 'stitch, the Teiz suits have a lot of features which gives you a lot of bang for the buck. V1 actually had too many features, so I'm glad they scaled back with the V2 suits. Ghazi takes to heart the input from his customers. I pushed for ankle straps and boom, the V2 suits now have ankle straps. On the other hand, he slightly adjusted the sizes and while the XL in V1 fit me fairly well, I was swimming in the V2 XL and returned for a L that fits perfectly (well, except for a new button snap neck strap that seems to be geared towards pencil-necks).

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