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Offline Bart

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Rukka D30 Air Armour
« on: Jun 29, 2018, 06:00 PM »
I jumped on the V1k last night in my textiles but found the knee area very warm, the panel does get hot on this bike, not a problem normally but at the mo   :151:
The textiles are Dainese, as I like the full length shin protection but they are warm, however I have seen the D30 Rukka Air Armour which seem long enough to replace what I have.
Has anyone used used this stuff ?

https://www.motolegends.com/accessories/rukka-d3o-air-level-1-knee-protector.html
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Re: Rukka D30 Air Armour
« Reply #1 on: Jun 29, 2018, 07:13 PM »
I have a D30 back protector in my Held Jacket.

Never tried it out properly! but it is comfortable and flexible and quite light. I hardly know its there half the time.

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Re: Rukka D30 Air Armour
« Reply #2 on: Jul 12, 2018, 12:33 AM »
Are your pants vented enough in that area to take advantage of the perforations in the armor?  My regular textiles aren't, even my mesh pants have a solid panel in that area, because it's a potential high friction zone.  I doubt they'd make much of a difference without a full mesh panel.

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