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    Azonic Z-6....Hey Red 5 this is for you...

    Hey Red5...Just got it today.

    Things I like.

    The material is very soft. I won't have to wear a shirt underneath it no more.

    Has an extra velcro strap on each side to tigten your back support up.

    The spine protector is extra wide...more protection

    very well ventilated
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    Purdy!!!

    I'm glad your happy. Hey as long as it suits your needs, you should rock whatever your feeling.

    It's actually very similiar to the RG gear (for this year anyhow) except for the body material and some of the adjustment straps. The RG FlakJacket has more adjustment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by red5
    Purdy!!!

    I'm glad your happy. Hey as long as it suits your needs, you should rock whatever your feeling.

    It's actually very similiar to the RG gear (for this year anyhow) except for the body material and some of the adjustment straps. The RG FlakJacket has more adjustment.

    post some pics
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    post some pics
    Will do, L8R.

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    Pics....

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    Money/Key/Stash Stash

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    Quote Originally Posted by red5
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    yep no adjustment straps in the back...I never take off my elbows. And I never have cash with me(or money goes into camelback...camelback always with me...I drink lots of water)...there you go
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    how much $$ SMT? think it's better than a 661 pressure suit, the yellow one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by red5
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    doesn't have the back straps....I always ride with the elbow guards....I never have money with me...no need and if I do it goes into the camelback.

    Conclussion: For where I ride, Hot Southern California....I will take the Azonic because of the ventilation
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    Quote Originally Posted by matt
    how much $$ SMT? think it's better than a 661 pressure suit, the yellow one?

    I got a cool hook up for my price but I think they are 150. Same pattern (for ventilation) as the 661. I like the wider back (might have it confused with the other one)
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    Conclussion: For where I ride, Hot Southern California
    You ride So.Cal too? What a coincidence so do I and I don't find my Flak Jacket that hot at all and believe me I hate the heat. Weird, huh?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by red5
    You ride So.Cal too? What a coincidence so do I and I don't find my Flak Jacket that hot at all and believe me I hate the heat. Weird, huh?????
    I have mesh.....yours looks like hot lycra...what is that??
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    I have mesh.....yours looks like hot lycra...what is that??
    I'll see if I can get a close up pic later of the body material. It's actually a really fine mesh. When it streches it opens up more allowing it to breathe very well.

    It's nothing like lycra I can assure you of that, if it were that would definitely be extremely unbearable. Pics don't do it justice.

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    soooo, it does come in a XXXXXXXXXL


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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker.
    soooo, it does come in a XXXXXXXXXL
    Canfield? When can we expect it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker.
    soooo, it does come in a XXXXXXXXXL
    no just XXL
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    early next week......


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    do those spine protects really protect u from spinal injuries? or r they just flexy plastic, was wade simmons wearign one when he fell 25 feet onto his back at red bull rampage. they look pretty sweet

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    Quote Originally Posted by austinb89
    do those spine protects really protect u from spinal injuries?
    Yes, they do a very good job at protecting your spine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by austinb89
    do those spine protects really protect u from spinal injuries? or r they just flexy plastic, was wade simmons wearign one when he fell 25 feet onto his back at red bull rampage. they look pretty sweet

    I fell at Bootleg and didn't even feel anything. I said oh no !!! I am paralyzed

    but Thank God I could move my hands and legs....

    Didn't feel a thing...yes they protect you well
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    That pocket comes in handy when you ride with WCH.............
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    Quote Originally Posted by e<i>o
    That pocket comes in handy when you ride with WCH.............
    what are those round pencil shaped objects??? Very interesting look
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    Quote Originally Posted by e[i
    o]That pocket comes in handy when you ride with WCH.............
    I was waiting for someone to post something like this. Very useful idea.
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