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post #1 of 3 Old Nov 22nd, 2009, 1:04 pm Thread Starter
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Does anyone know if BMW makes light weight protective riding gear that has the BMW K 1200 LT logo on it for both men and women. It needs to be light weight and layered so it can be used both in the summers and winter.

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None that I'm aware of with the LT logo. My SO and I both have the BMW Comfort Suit and it's probably as close as anything to what you're describing. We layer Gerbings heated liners under ours when the temp is below 50 degrees and I've been warm down to sub 20 degrees with it. For summer, the fabric is temperature sensitive and opens up to breathe in the temperature increases. There are also two chest and a back vent, which keeps it pretty comfortable unless the temps go over 90 degrees, at which point probably the only garment that's comfortable is one of the mesh kevlar styles. It's also totally waterproof, so no messing around with waterproof liners. They're expensive, but we have been totally satisfied and would definitely purchase them again.

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Thnak you. I will now go lok for these and see what I can find. If you have a vendor in mine please let me know.

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