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Teiz Motorsports - Riding Suits & Custom Gear

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Hello folks,
This is Ghazi from Teiz Motorsports. Some of you may already know about us and stopped by booth during the 2009 Dallas IMS show. We --- are the one-piece experts.Have you guys tried on one piece riding suits yet? They easily slip over regular clothing and offer the most convenient and versatile form of protective motorcycle gear.

If you need feedback and reviews, go through the 150+ pages and 2000+ post on advrider:
http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=433219&page=147

Or read professional reviews here:
http://www.teizms.com/media

Some customer pictures are below, you can view more here:
http://www.teizms.com/customers

As a side note, we are planning to move our operation to the DFW area very soon. This may also result in a store/office where you can walk in and try on different items. What do you guys think about that idea? We need feedback on the DFW motorcycle market so please give us feedback.

Please let me know if you have any questions.
Thanks

PS: We have plenty of Lombard V3 suits in stock!

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Do you all do custom work? Any suit that fits my legs is about 4 sizes too large for the rest of me...LOL
majority of our stuff is custom. We have trial sizes that we can send out to your home and you can let us know what to change. Or, once our office here is open, just come by and we can take the required measurements.
 
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majority of our stuff is custom. We have trial sizes that we can send out to your home and you can let us know what to change. Or, once our office here is open, just come by and we can take the required measurements.
I was quite happy to see that y'all offered Tall sizes and am happy to see that if those don't fit, y'all may still accommodate my toothpick-ness :thumb:
 
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Good deal! I recently purchased a used first generation mesh suit of your brand that happened to be my size. I lucked out, it fits as if it were made for me personally.

My winter jacket was replaced last year, so I have a couple of more seasons to get out of it, then I will come see y'all in your new digs for a textile suit.

p.s.... I know a gal that can't say enough good things about the suit you made for her...

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Good deal! I recently purchased a used first generation mesh suit of your brand that happened to be my size. I lucked out, it fits as if it were made for me personally.

My winter jacket was replaced last year, so I have a couple of more seasons to get out of it, then I will come see y'all in your new digs for a textile suit.

p.s.... I know a gal that can't say enough good things about the suit you made for her...

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Oh yes.. i remember TexasShadow!
 
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You're coming to DFW?

Awesome!

I've had my eye on your gear for a while, but I'm in the process of shrinking and I'm kind of a weird shape anyway (6'0", but short 30" inseam so a really long torso). I'd love to stop by for fitting and to check out your gear when you get down here.
 
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Hello folks,

As a side note, we are planning to move our operation to the DFW area very soon. This may also result in a store/office where you can walk in and try on different items. What do you guys think about that idea? We need feedback on the DFW motorcycle market so please give us feedback.
Cool! Hope to see you on some pie runs.

Lee
 
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Hi,
Silver is actually quite a visible color but we are pretty much sold out of the Tiogas.

We do have the Saratoga jackets in white which is an even more visible color. Would that work for you?
 
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Promo code for TWTEX members

Hey folks,
Now you can use the promo code "TWTEX" on our website for a discount on regularly priced items.
Thanks
 
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Teiz Vintage Leather Motorcycle Jacket

This is first time we are introducing a product entirely due to customer requests. We have been requested by several customers, who happen to love our other leather jackets, to make them a vintage styled jacket inspired by the HG Dakar and Belstaff lineup. So, simply to please those customers, we are now introducing the Teiz Vintage Leather Motorcycle Jacket.


Specs include:

  • Absolutely top-notch premium Analine leather. Soft & Supple! When you put this jacket on, you actually feel HIGH!
  • Full set of (removable) CE rated soft armor.
  • Vents on the arms & underarms with exhaust vents on the back

Full spec list coming soon. We will start taking orders early next week! Currently the wait time is 4 to 6 weeks. If there is enough demand, we will consider stocking it also.



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Two updated products

We have been busy because of the move but ....
just got these prototypes and snapped a few pictures at home. So please excuse the photo quality. We were just very excited to show you these products as soon as possible and couldn't wait for some nicer outdoor shots. . We are now accepting orders for all these new products!

Mojave 2

Give the customers what they want. The took the Mojave suit and gave it a 4 season versatility. The Mojave 2 is a an updated Mojave suit with the addition of removable waterproof and thermal liners. Other updates includes a more comfortable sleeve cuff and a new grippy seat.

Details on the Mojave 2 can be found here:
www.teizms.com/mojave

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Commute Suit 2

Folks found the Commute Suit to be too similar to the Lombard and were always confused about the differences. The Commute Suit now features a distinct and focused feature-set and an all new design! If you ride to work, you need to have one in your closet. The suit comes with a removable waterproof suit (same as the one on the new Mojave 2). Anybody with a blue or gray bike will simply love the shown color scheme. A hi viz option is also available.

Details can be found here:
www.teizms.com/commute-suit

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The new liner system:


We are now moving towards a new liner system which makes liners compatible between various suits. The first of these is our new waterproof liner which itself is a one piece rain suit. This means, you can zip it out and wear it separately as a rain suit, making it ideal for a variety of situations.

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Why are you tempting me more!? :lol2:

Good looking suit :thumb:

a mesh suit is on my "I want" list and yours is topping the list for both features and price
 
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I have a first gen mesh suit that works well and appreciate the improvements in the later versions. When it is time to replace my non mesh pants and jacket I think a commute suit will be just the ticket. While I prefer the waterproof layer to be the outermost I have gotten by with the liner system in other gear.
 
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While I prefer the waterproof layer to be the outermost I have gotten by with the liner system in other gear.
I completely agree there. If I'm already wearing non-mesh gear, I don't want to have stop and add a layer to make myself water resistant.
Completely understand with mesh gear, but in that case, I usually throw a 3rd party rain suit on top of it vs adding a layer underneath.
 
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Due to a big shift coming up in our business model – a change that you all will love – we are not going to have any more closeouts after this sale.

The last of our product to ever go out on closeout / sale/ discount pricing. We have a limited inventory left and the reason behind the closeout it simple: We are moving to a new platform for waterproofing where the waterproof liner is removable (as seen on the new Mojave 2). This also follows up our efforts to standardize liner attachment zippers across the platform so the liners are interchangeable amongst suits. I can’t reveal everything yet but there are plenty of surprises in store for the future.

So, the in-stock suits are just $299. Some closeout rules: returns are allowed on basis of sizing issues but there is a 10% restocking fee and shipping costs are not refunded. Limited to only stock in hand.

We also have the following in stock (in various quantities). Check website for up-to-date availability. Or give us a call and we would be glad to do a stock check ☺

Light Gray – Small
Light Gray – Medium
Light Gray – Large
Light Gray – XL
Light Gray – 2XL

Dark Gray – Small
Hi Viz – Medium Tall

http://www.teizms.com/lombardv3
 
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We took everything you loved about the Mojave and added 4 season versatility. The Mojave suit now comes with removable waterproof and thermal liners so you can can create the perfect micro-climate and be comfortable regardless of the weather forecast!

http://www.teizms.com/mojave

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Hey Ghazi: Are the new liners compatible with the "old style" Mojave I purchased a couple of months ago?

By the way, I'm 5'6" 156lbs size 40 Short, and the size Small Mojave works well. It is a little too long, like maybe +/-1 inch overall, but fits well enough in riding position. There is plenty of waist/chest room, but I haven't tried layering beyond jeans and t-shirt. Now I'm considering layering some chest & hip protection for dual sporting. /Lee
 
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Well..

I just got some storage space in my apartment building and got all the closeout inventory shipped here. So I am going to turn the storage into an informal showroom where you can come by and pick up some gear at ridiculous prices. You will also get a chance to check out some of our newer gear!

I am leaving for a Mexico trip this weekend for about 2 weeks. You guys are welcome to visit after that. Will post details upon return.

thanks
 
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Transient, you are welcome to drop by once i return from Mexico...

Dave- that is a million dollar question. Ability to suffer extreme (hot or cold) weather is a very personal thing and every body that their own threshold. These 100+ temps are really killing me here.For the most part, i have been riding with our leather-mesh jackets (Saratoga, Tioga) with riding jeans. They are ok when the temps are at around 95. More than that and the air is too hot to allow it to touch me and i switch for a solid jacket (Vintage)... Either way, i dont care what you are wearing, its bloody hot. After a certain temperature vents/perforations become a negative.

My solution is an active cooling system that pumps cold water inside the jacket. I am working on my own system right now and will be introducing it after testing and experimentation. Current systems in the market need some changes to be more motorcycle friendly.
 
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Nice! I'm looking forward to seeing that.

I have to say, it's nice to have somebody in the motorcycle gear business living down here where it's hot from June to October. I read reviews of stuff on NewEnough and just kind of laugh when they say something is good for hot weather riding. There's a big difference between the 95 most of the country thinks is hot and the 105-110 that we think is hot. :)
 
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New 2 piece specs preview:

Style: Navigator
Available: August

Shell: Cordura + SuperFabric
Armor: Sas-Tec knee, hip, elbow, shoulder and Level 2 back protector
 

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What are the color options going to be?

Not crazy about the looks of the "air flaps" on the jacket. I'll have to see if that will grow on me.

I like the length of the jacket

Air vents on the pants still look a little goofy to me, but doesn't bother me as much as the jacket.

Looking forward to seeing more details in the future.
 
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Just saw this thread.

Nice.

Do you have any comparisons to Aerostich's stuff? I love my 2-piece, zipped-together RoadCrafter, but it's a bit dirty (and uncleanable, appearance-wise, anyway) and getting a bit ratty after 7-8 years.

Note that I've ridden using that suit in temps from 30-105 degrees. When it's Crazy Hot, I've found that the solid suit does a better job of reflecting heat away than a mesh jacket + jeans combo, as you noted similarly, earlier.

Best of luck with your business. Sounds very promising.
 
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What are the color options going to be?

Not crazy about the looks of the "air flaps" on the jacket. I'll have to see if that will grow on me.

I like the length of the jacket

Air vents on the pants still look a little goofy to me, but doesn't bother me as much as the jacket.

Looking forward to seeing more details in the future.
the flaps flow more than standards so thats the main reason behind the design.

there will a few color options. the one shown is the three-tone option. other options will be two-tone.
 
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Just saw this thread.

Nice.

Do you have any comparisons to Aerostich's stuff? I love my 2-piece, zipped-together RoadCrafter, but it's a bit dirty (and uncleanable, appearance-wise, anyway) and getting a bit ratty after 7-8 years.

Note that I've ridden using that suit in temps from 30-105 degrees. When it's Crazy Hot, I've found that the solid suit does a better job of reflecting heat away than a mesh jacket + jeans combo, as you noted similarly, earlier.

Best of luck with your business. Sounds very promising.
please check this forum for all kinds of feedback:
http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=433219&page=163

On a very basic level, compared to the aerostich, this offering is a a lot more versatile (easier to adapt to various weather conditions and riding styles) plus a lot of upgraded materials including the Sas-Tec armor and SuperFabric ballistics. We can discuss in detail over the phone, please give us a call at 888-808-8349.

Thanks
 

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the flaps flow more than standards so thats the main reason behind the design.
Ghazi, have you test ridden this design? I'm curious as to whether or not the flaps "flap" in the wind? I was thinking that perhaps two snaps would be needed (one on each corner) to keep it more stable.
 
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Ghazi, have you test ridden this design? I'm curious as to whether or not the flaps "flap" in the wind? I was thinking that perhaps two snaps would be needed (one on each corner) to keep it more stable.
there will be a snap for when the flap is open.
 
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