RevZilla Staff Premium T-Shirt Lovingly concocted in 2007 and named El Moto Diablo for its geared and devlish lines, the RevZilla Staff Tee Shirt has been part of our lineup from the beginning. It's also the same blue shirt in every video that Anthony has been rocking since day one of RevZillaTV on Youtube. People love to point out that Anthony doesn't ever change his clothes. I guess when it works you stick with it. The tee is screen printed on a high thread-count blank that is anything but one of those throw away tees you get free at the ball game. We wear tees a lot - almost every day - and we are very particular about how they fit, feel and hold up wash after wash. Sizing is true to size, if anything they run a hair on the small side. Show your love for TeamZilla. Make a statement. Boom.
Love this shirt. Always wanted one since the visit time I saw it on Anthony. Jut putting it on made me feel at least 10% cooler. Kidding aside, this is a very nice T-shirt, quality material and great graphics. This is a summer weight shirt in my opinion and will be quite comfortable come that time of year. Mine is grey but I will add to the collection as time goes by. The shirts fits as expected, I wear an XL and bought an XL. Buy one, you'll love it.
Now that the weather is warming up here in AZ I find myself grabbing these gloves as I get ready to ride. Being leather, they have kept my hands warm (no fairing) in the mid 40s and not too hot in the upper 70s. Much above or below I'd use a different glove but we are all different. I usually wear a large size in gloves and these are no exception. They fit well and feel great. The construction suggests that I'll have these gloves for years to come. I also like the reinforced palms which adds to the comfort and durability. And all this for $45, how can you go wrong.
Firstgear Sierra Day Glo Rain Pants Aside from the obvious visual effect of being seen from 1000 yards away, this gear will keep you bone dry in the worst downpour. Recommended for those of us who do not let the weather dictate whether or not we hit the road. Features Waterproof/Breathable Nylon shell is fully seam sealed Double layered panels on calves Cargo pocket on thigh Jacket and pant articulated fit for riding position Jacket and pant include integrated stuff sack for easy storage
While I live in the Phoenix, Arizona area, we do get rain at several times during the year. The day may start one way and end another. Having rain gear that I can stow in a saddlebag made sense so I bought the Firstgear Sierra Day Glo Rain Pants and Jacket. The trade-off for compact folding is durability, however, the nylon fabric seems adequate but I would recommend keeping it away from hot pipes. The construction is not breathable but that is to be expected. The color is great for a grey, rainy day. The cargo pockets are a nice touch and are usable and the leg zippers are also perfect for getting these pants on over boots, The fit is also spot on. I have worn these pants during a few showers, no downpours yet and they kept my pants dry. As a commuter, if the roads are wet, the front tire can throw all kinds of road filth on to my pants. These over-pants keep my clean as well as dry, so even on just wet roads then are a benefit. I have not used the jacket yet, as I plan to use that in the summer but I predict that it will be great as well. Both products come with a built in stuff bag for easy stowing. The bags also have a picture of the item that is inside so there are no mistakes about which half of the suit you are grabbing. A nice touch if you are in a downpour and scrambling to put on one or both of these.
Firstgear Explorer Gloves Combination goat leather, Cordura 330D and nylon fabrics Waterproof/breathable using Hipora membrane Thinsulate 40 gram insulation for warmth on back Palm side utilizes 2 oz. fiber fill for additional warmth Bemberg cool liner for comfort 1-handed elastic cord closure Adjustable wrist strap for a custom fit Reflective piping for night visibility Box-construction with tapered finger for a comfortable fit 2-year limited warranty
I seem to be collecting gloves the way some people collect shoes. Some of this is due to my search to find the perfect winter glove without going to heated ones. I bought these to compare to the FirstGear Fargo which are all leather whereas these are a mix of leather and textile. I probably should not have bought these as the have the same amount of insulation (40 grams) but it's always good to have spare gloves. Like the Fargo, these fit true to size and are warm so long as the temperature stays above the upper 30s. Wearing in the day with sun will extend that range lower but at night, they get chilly as you dip below 40F. Liners help but a glove with more insulation would be better. They are not a bulky glove and have great feel on the grips, the gauntlet is large and wide and fits well over my sleeves. The wrist adjuster works fine as well. I have worn these gloves in rain showers and my hands stayed dry. The hands and fingers also did not get sweaty or clammy so the breathable Hipora™ membrane works. I put "poor" on air flow because these are not mesh gloves and in this case, poor is good. All in all, these are great gloves for moderate winter temperatures. If you don't want to pay the extra money for the Fargo gloves, these are a great alternative. The offer all the benefits of the Fargo but are just not all leather.
Tour Master Solution 2.0 WP Boots Water-repellent leather and PU upper HiPora waterproof, breathable membrane 3M ScotchLite on rear area for night time safety VR single density compound sole for reliable grip Auto lock zipper covered with adjustable Velcro flap Leather stretch panels for better comfort and durability Molded nylon shin and ankle guard backed with shock absorbing material Shock absorbing latex foam on flex panels Leather shift pad TecnoGI thermoplastic heel cup and toe cap Preformed orthopedic vibration absorbing foot bed Please Note the Solution 2.0 Boots are available in wide sizes indicated by a W.
Since I live in Arizona, I bought these boots more for keeping my feet warm than dry. Sneakers and half boots don't keep the cold out and, yes, it does get cold in the Phoenix area. For two weeks at least. Compared to sneakers, there is less feel in shifting in the toe. I haven't missed the shift lever yet but it's odd not to feel it. Warm feet and better than cold feet so these boots get a thumbs up in that regard. They are comfortable and easy to walk with off the bike. I have not tested the waterproof qualities yet but will report back if I can edit this post. I have no complaints about the finish of the boot and they fit according to their size. I wear a 9 US and bought a 9 US and they go on fine. Since I have other boots, I use a boot jack to take them off. The side zippers and velcro closeure work just fine, though I am not a big fan of velcro on anything that gets a lot of use. Would I buy these boots again, yes, they did exactly what I wanted and at a great price. My feet gives these boot a 2 toes up.
Firstgear Fargo Gloves All leather glove with full gauntlet Clarino palm with grip gel print on fingers and thumb Waterproof/Breathable using Hipora membrane Bemberg cool lining for comfort Thinsulate 40 gram insulation for warmth 1-handed elastic cord closure Adjustable wrist strap for a custom fit Reflective piping for night visibility Box-construction with tapered finger for a comfortable fit 2-year limited warranty
Bought these gloves when the Velcro on the Bilt gloves I had gave out after only a few months. Decided that a Velcro closure was not the best option. These First Gear gloves have kept my hands dry and warm. The cinching strap works better than Velcro and the gauntlet draw string works well though I can't seem to do it with one hand. No matter, once it is set I rarely change it. I recommend these gloves. Sizing chart works well too and I bought a large, there is even enough room for a glove liner if needed.
Firstgear Sierra Day Glo Rain Jacket Aside from the obvious visual effect of being seen from 1000 yards away, this gear will keep you bone dry in the worst downpour. Recommended for those of us who do not let the weather dictate whether or not we hit the road. Features Waterproof/Breathable Nylon shell is fully seam sealed Jacket features an under-the-helmet rain hood stuffed in the collar Velcro adjustment tabs at wrists and upper arms Soft-lined inner collar 2 zipper front pockets Black reflective stripes for greater visibility at night Jacket and pant articulated fit for riding position Jacket and pant include integrated stuff sack for easy storage