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    Moto Mouth Moshe Episode #4 - Dainese D-Crust Plus Rain Suit Review

    Hi Guys-

    Here's my new review of the Dainese D-Crust Plus. Print version is due out in next month's Motorcycle Consumer News. Please let me know what you think!



    -MKL
    Moshe K. Levy
    Moto Mouth Moshe https://www.youtube.com/c/motomouthmoshe
    1973 BMW R75/5 / 1987 Yamaha YSR50 / 2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Racer / 2015 BMW R1200RT

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    On the one hand, I prefer the Olympia rain gear, as it's over-sized (I'm not exactly what you would describe as "European-cut!"), which makes it an easy fit over whatever I'm wearing that day.

    I thought I was pretty efficient at slipping it on.

    But watching your video, I learned a new-to-me hat trick. Instead of simply trying to slide my entire leg thru the rain pants (which usually ends up with me looking like a fish out of water, flopping around), I like how you bunched up the entire leg, to the waist, and then slipped your booted foot thru first. Who knew?! Not me, though I've ridden plenty in the rain.

    That little adjustment may very well save me 45-60 seconds, which, in a downpour, is huge.

    So - learned something new from you video post. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenwald View Post
    On the one hand, I prefer the Olympia rain gear, as it's over-sized (I'm not exactly what you would describe as "European-cut!"), which makes it an easy fit over whatever I'm wearing that day.

    I thought I was pretty efficient at slipping it on.

    But watching your video, I learned a new-to-me hat trick. Instead of simply trying to slide my entire leg thru the rain pants (which usually ends up with me looking like a fish out of water, flopping around), I like how you bunched up the entire leg, to the waist, and then slipped your booted foot thru first. Who knew?! Not me, though I've ridden plenty in the rain.

    That little adjustment may very well save me 45-60 seconds, which, in a downpour, is huge.

    So - learned something new from you video post. Thanks!

    Oh yeah, rolling up the pant leg is definitely a time-saver! Glad you liked the vid - hope to see you as a subscriber! https://www.youtube.com/c/motomouthmoshe

    -MKL
    Moshe K. Levy
    Moto Mouth Moshe https://www.youtube.com/c/motomouthmoshe
    1973 BMW R75/5 / 1987 Yamaha YSR50 / 2013 Moto Guzzi V7 Racer / 2015 BMW R1200RT

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