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I added the Asger jacket to my collection a few weeks ago, and am very pleased with it. It's very different than my last VikingCycle jacket, the Hammer. While the Hammer is a fitted jacket, the Asger has lots of extra room. In my case that makes it perfect for off-season riding when I need to wear some extra layers, but if you have some extra padding of your own, you'll appreciate its looser fit, too. It has all of the adjustments you'd expect, so can be snugged up to avoid any buffeting. My first ride was at 42 degrees, and I had no problem staying warm, but with the liner out, a tshirt was all I needed to be comfortable at 65. Good armor is one of my main considerations in a jacket, and this jacket has what I demand to keep me safe if I ever drop the bike. All in all, it offers great value - I love being able to have multiple jackets for different purposes, and VikingCycle makes doing that affordable.
-Murray Lundberg on 7/3/2015 6:43 AM
It is very cheap product and I highly recommended this to every rider.
-Jimmy H on 6/24/2015 9:16 AM
I got the gloves one day after the order was placed. Here's my take. Order placed Jan 8th - Order received Jan 9th. Motorcycle House says 1 -2 days delivery and they're not kidding. I am very impressed. First Impression out of the box: These Touch Tec Gloves were packaged as if they were a delicate vase. Tightly stuffed between lots of paper padding. Stylish, especially that they're motorcycle gloves, so they could definitely be used for off-bike use. Good fit. Comfortably snug. The knuckle padding is not bulging. First use: As soon as I put the gloves on I knew I was in for a treat. The fit was perfect- true to size and as advertised. I wore them while riding my 1968 Harley on a not so sunny damp 65 degree morning in a rural part of FL. These gloves are not the lightest I've owned, and they're certainly not the heaviest, either. I wanted an in between-weather glove, and for their weight they kept my hands surprisingly warm, but not uncomfortably so. This bike is old school, and as you can imagine gives off a lot of vibration. I felt no tingling or rider's cramp in my hands or wrists even after a steady hour long ride. This is really important to me because I'm not getting any younger, and in the past, vibration turned good rides into bad regrets. These gloves did a good job of isolating the vibration to the point where I felt not the slightest effect of it. I got off the bike without my hands feeling anything but relaxed. One of the glove's features I read about is being able to use a cell phone while wearing them. That is true. For receiving a call, or making a call from a contacts list I had no problem at all. I had a less than easy time dialing a number, and texting. I didn't worry about dropping the phone, as it felt secure in my hands. Scrolling through the phone's screens almost felt like I was not wearing gloves at all. Choosing apps was an easy process. I didn't consider the padding on the knuckles to be obtrusive even when I first saw the gloves, and I was glad that it's even less noticeable while I was riding. As far as how the padding would function, I didn't feel like taking a spill … lol … so I cannot say how well it would protect, but from a looks and comfort stand point, I found no issues with the padding. These gloves seem to be made to last. They fit right, feel good and do the job. I like the quality and looks, and I like the price. They are a welcome addition to my motorcycle riding gear. I am completely satisfied with them.
-Carl M on 6/24/2015 9:14 AM