Ten Motorcycle Rain Gear Reviews
Rain sucks! Stay dry and safe with these ten pieces of motorcycle rain gear
Aerostich’s VeeWipe Squeegees
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1. Rain sucks, but this motorcycle rain gear are sure to help alleviate that. Road spray is always dirty, and always leaves a film on your faceshield. But there is help, thanks to Aerostich's VeeWipe Squeegees, which easily wipe away the crud. Worn on the thumb or index finger of your left hand, they make riding in the rain safer (and lots more fun). Three-size pack fits all hand sizes and glove thicknesses. Contains one each: S, M, and L. $11.00. More info: www.aerostich.com.
2. If you're a fan of the one-piece rain suit, check out the Teknic Chicane. Featuring PVC outer shell construction, it has heat-welded seams, a corduroy-lined collar, a zippered gusset opening on the legs and more. Sized to fit over your riding gear, it's 100-percent waterproof. Price: $24.99. More info: www.teknicgear.com.
3. If you prefer a two-piece rain suit, the Firstgear Rainman Jacket shields you with 70-denier nylon and a full nylon slip lining. An integrated stuff sack is also a handy feature. Price: $74.95. More info: www.firstgear-usa.com.
4. Down below, Tour Master Elite Rain Pants keep your bottom-half dry with Tour Master's five-step sealed-seam construction. These comfortable, fully mesh/nylon-lined pants have a 10in zippered leg closure and an elastic waistband with adjustable suspenders. Price: $29.99. More info: www.tourmaster.com.
5. Dry is good, and dry and warm is even better. These Nitrogen leather gloves from Joe Rocket feature a 100-percent waterproof midliner along with 80-gr Thermolite insulation, a gel palm and a shield wiper on each thumb. Price: $69.99. More info: www.joerocket.com.
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