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I have a set of Z Custom Pro Racer leathers for sale. They are in new condition since they were only worn 2-3 times on the street before my last Duc was stolen. Retails for $1500 and comparable in quality and features to a $3000 Dianese. Only $399 takes it. Don't settle for one of those cheaper suits that will blow apart in your first crash. Check out Z's reputation online for Superbike race crashes.

It's solid black, as you can see from the photos, which means it will match any color motorcycle that you own. Classic black never goes out of style and this suit won't make you like a wanna-be roadracer. The 2-piece construction gives you the option of wearing the jacket without the pants. Make no mistake, though, these leathers are some of the best in the world, and even the new Zs have thinner cowhide than this monster. You probably already know of Z's reputation, but if not then spend some time on Google looking at all of the reviews. Top it all off with an all-American hand-made construction, from right here in California.

The leather is very thick top-grain cowhide -- the suit weighs around 10 pounds! Even though the leather is so thick and strong, though, it's very supple and has a rich, naturally satin sheen. It is also pre-curved into riding position so it won't bind when it matters most. Comes with all of the bells and whistles: Perforated vents in the chest, kidneys, inner thighs and inner arms. Mesh lined throughout the jacket and pants. Inside chest zippered pocket. Hard armor in the shoulders, elbows/forearms (removable) and knees. Breathable stretch cool-vent panels behind the knees. Brass YKK zippered leg and arm openings. Velcro knees for skids/sliders. Closed cell padding at hips. Storm flaps at openings. Stand-up Velcro collar. Accordion stretch panels above seat and knees.

Here are the approximate dimensions. Keep in mind that it's difficult to take exact measurements because of the armor and the leather being so thick. Come try it on! Some people prefer a tight fit while others like their leathers loose.

Drew Hinkle
404-247-2104
Call or text if you have questions. I have lots of high-res photos to share.

 

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OOPS! sorry about that

Pants waist -- 34"
Pants inseam -- 29.5"
Pants outseam (zipper to ankle) -- 38"
Pants front rise -- 12"
Pants rear rise -- 15.5"
Shoulders (across back, between shoulder seams) -- 20.5"
Sleeve length (from seam) -- 28.5"
Jacket length (from top of collar in rear to bottom of jacket) -- 25"
Jacket length (from bottom of collar inside to zipper) -- 20.75"
Chest (armpit to armpit) -- 22.5"
 
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