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Im looking for a new sporty leather jacket, and at my local dealership a FRANK THOMAS number, a Strike Titanuim i think it was.
Was just wondering what people's experiences of Frank Thomas were, in general, and whether this brand of clothing was worth the money?
Any knowledge of the brand, in terms of quality, durability, value, etc etc, would be much appreciated. Anything at all let me know, and hey if anybody owns such a jacket, Strike Titanium, id love to hear from you,
Frank thomas is ok, but RST and Alpinestars are better :)
I've got a set of FT Strike Titanium leathers - 2 piece. Good leathers, good price. I'm about to get mine altered for a better fit. There is no adjustment on them - but this is common for most leathers. The main problem is they don't seem to have a button which automatically removes dead bugs :eek:
Generally Frank Thomas have been around for a while so their range of clothing should be good.I purchased a pair of cordura trousers for riding in bad conditions and they ar e ok well warm and waterproof to a degree.(Would be more waterproof if i actually sprayed them)Though i tore one of the studs inside the bottom of the leg off to attach the inner liner.Though it was probably hamfistedness on my part.I am not too sure what their leather jackets are like though.Hope this helps
i found that the ashman range was a better fit (they are also made by frank thomas).
my personal choice in leathers though is a two piece dianese suit...
yeh they are ok.Probably better than ok with you in them though i like alpine stars tx10 jacket and just scabby leather jeans 501 style and sidi courier boots though riding with the sidi boots is a royal pain in the%%%&*"£.What kinda bike do ya ride Slamdog?
What kinda bike do ya ride Slamdog?
my current one is is a thundercat...
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