Spidi Supersport Touring Leathers Video Review

A set of riding leathers are a long term investment, that you’ll need to do most track days, and which offer pretty unbeatable protection if you’re serious about riding hard. With plenty of cheap and basic options available is it worth spending a little more though?

Enter the Spidi Supersport Touring two-piece suit, with a tailored fit, 1.2 thickness Italian cow leather, CE armour and the ability to wear the jacket separately. Inner mesh helps getting this Spidi suit on, while panels of ultra breathable material are both flexible and ensure great airflow.

Spidi Supersport Touring Leathers Review - Image by Marco Zamponi - Courtesy of Pirelli from the Diablo Rosso Corsa II launch
Spidi Supersport Touring Leathers Review – Image by Marco Zamponi – Courtesy of Pirelli from the Diablo Rosso Corsa II launch

Some leather panels are perforated, and YKK zips are top quality and designed to last and put up with abuse. The joining zip runs almost the full circumference of your waist for high levels of protection, and neoprene in high contact areas like the wrists, ankles and neck ensure good comfort.

Over the cheaper options, the thinner leather also means easier movement on the bike, even with a more tailored fit, while being a lighter overall suit, for less fatigue and a more enjoyable ride.

The Spidi Supersport Touring (two-piece) suit is normally $1495 here in Australia, but is currently available for $899.95, making for pretty unbelievable value. See the link below:

https://www.spidiaustralia.com.au/

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