Wednesday, January 18

Spidi Track Wind Pro Race Suit Review

Spidi with their new lineup of products introduces the Spidi Track Wind Pro Race Suit. Spidi has a grand reputation amongst its fanbase for producing high quality track and racing products that feature standout Italian styling. For those looking for a new race suit, you should definitely consider the Track Wind Pro with its awesome look, performance and protective qualities. Thanks to extensive testing with their sponsored MotoGP riders (Melandri, Edwards, Crutchlow), Spidi has been able to create something that performs to the spec required by professional riders.

Check out our Spidi Track Wind Pro Race Suit Review:

Spidi has already done an excellent job with making protection look stylish with their triple leather layer shoulders, a feature that immediately pops out when you look at this suit. Leather over leather over leather equates to excellent abrasion resistance in a high impact area. The main composition of the suit is a mix of perforated and non-perf race grade cowhide allowing you to stay comfortably cool on the track thanks to the perforation while providing solid resistance to abrasion. As it has with most of its new lineup, Spidi uses its very own Tenax stretch panels on the suit to provide great flexibility and movement in areas that require an unparalleled degree of mobility.

Spidi uses a combination of different proprietary CE Rated impact protectors in the Track Wind Pro. At the shoulders, you'll find Spidi's dual-density Biomechanic protectors with a hard shell exterior and shock-absorbing foam backing. At the elbows are the Force Tech protectors and the hips and knees use Spidi's Multitech armor which has a molecular property to it, making it malleable yet very impact resistant. The knee armor is also height-adjustable, ensuring the best possible fit and coverage. The back and chest feature pockets to accomodate armor. At the back, you can add a Warrior Back Protector (either CE Level 1 or 2) and the chest can house the Warrior Chest Protector. Intake vents on the shoulders feed exhaust vents at the back for additional airflow and the race hump at the back provides additional protection, aerodynamics and can accommodate a hydration pack (sold separately). As one would expect from a race suit by now, there are elasticated stretch panels beneath the arms, on the knees, and on the lower back for solid mobility when you're racing. For your comfort, Spidi has made the lower portion of the leg slim making it easier to fit into a boot.

All in all, the Spidi Track Wind Pro Race Suit definitely is one of their more stylish products out there, and with all its protective features is one of, if not their best race suit yet.

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