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Hello,
i have been looking around the store because i wanted to buy a suit unfortunately they dont have my size they have small but it doesn't fit on me the knee caps protector is below my knee when i tried it. so i was wondering if any of you guys recommend me a good store or website with a good quality.
the reason i wanted it i feel that it gives me more protection that the two piece.


BTW i am only 5'1


thanks and God bless.
 

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slightly is fine but when i tried it...it was way down my knee. :unhappy:
Did you get on a bike or into a riding position? That makes a HUGE difference. I'll assume you did, but at least for the education of others who might look at this thread later, the comment needed to be made
 

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You should seriously look into getting a suit custom made for you. I've got an off the rack suit and it fits good but I did have to have it altered to give me a bit more room in the chest. Was much to tight once I put a back protector in it.

Which is another thing, wear everything your going to wear under the suit when you try it on. If you "think" you might add a back protector or hip armor or chest armor make sure you have it when you buy the suit. Mine if fine when I bought it but add a an 1" thick back protector and it became much to tight.

In the end, a good custom made suit will fit perfectly and last as long or longer than a off the rack suit from any of the major manufacturers. And they don't really cost much more than a race suite from RS Taichi, Alpinestars or Dainese.
 

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You should seriously look into getting a suit custom made for you. I've got an off the rack suit and it fits good but I did have to have it altered to give me a bit more room in the chest. Was much to tight once I put a back protector in it.

Which is another thing, wear everything your going to wear under the suit when you try it on. If you "think" you might add a back protector or hip armor or chest armor make sure you have it when you buy the suit. Mine if fine when I bought it but add a an 1" thick back protector and it became much to tight.

In the end, a good custom made suit will fit perfectly and last as long or longer than a off the rack suit from any of the major manufacturers. And they don't really cost much more than a race suite from RS Taichi, Alpinestars or Dainese.
Thanks I'll look into that. Do you recommend any store or website for costum suit?
 
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