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Anyone used thier products? I'm looking at this jacket to mate with some pants later to make a 2 piece.

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I've had their gloves before and they fell apart(literally) in less than a riding season.
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I have a Fieldsheer Mach2 jacket and love it. It is very well made, and I would buy another one without hesitation.
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I can never remember which one makes a quality product, Firstgear or Fieldsheer?

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Re: Fieldsheer

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I have a Fieldsheer Mach2 jacket and love it. It is very well made, and I would buy another one without hesitation.
+1 But they don't make this model anymore
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Re: Fieldsheer

first gear and hien greik are the same. good products
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Re: Fieldsheer

I had a pair of their gloves, cheaper pair but it wore a hole through one of the fingers after two seasons. But my textile jacket from them I still like a lot and its on its 3rd season.

if you can't convince them, confuse them.

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Anyone used thier products? I'm looking at this jacket to mate with some pants later to make a 2 piece.
Reaper, didn't you own a one-piece in the past? Why don't you go that route again? I love my one-piece - it is so much more comfortable and (I think) safe than a jacket and pants.
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Re: Fieldsheer

I have a fieldsheer leather jacket that has held up well the last three years or so. Had a nice looong slide on the track, but not a scratch left on me.
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Another testament as to why we wear proper gear!

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Re: Fieldsheer

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Reaper, didn't you own a one-piece in the past? Why don't you go that route again? I love my one-piece - it is so much more comfortable and (I think) safe than a jacket and pants.

No, I had a two-piece last season. I just sold it to Phobe a little bit ago. I like the two-piece cause it's versitile. The other thing with a one-piece is that fact that NO ONE around here stocks any. So I'd have to order one and "guess" my size pretty much.

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Re: Fieldsheer

Newenough doesn't charge a restocking fee and they're pretty understanding with that kind of stuff.
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The other thing with a one-piece is that fact that NO ONE around here stocks any. So I'd have to order one and "guess" my size pretty much.
With newenough they will spend time helping you with sizing height, weight, chest, and a few other measurements.... wether you buy with them or not.

Good people from my experience with them.. Its better then just taking a wild guess

We will see how good their estimations are when my suit gets here
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Re: Fieldsheer

crashed in mine and it works good

comfortable too! spine pad is higher quality than some brands ive worn.

(this is a discontinued 2002 model)

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www.brocktoncycle.com had a sale this weekend
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