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So, the Trracer Air arrived this morning together with the back protector.

Fit is True to size and feels just right (not tight or loose) and the level 2 back protector completes the package.
The garment itself feels light, yet substantial & strong. I have no idea about venting or feel while riding as i have not been out on the road yet. Perhaps later on during the week.

The color is a greyish, greenish olive and the photos attached below are unfiltered to let you all see the unedited color. As far as i can tell, this color is exclusive to Louis.de and i hvae not seen it advertised anywhere else.
Overall, i am really happy with the weight, fit and finish.

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Looks like you're going to need it out there with all that sun!
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I like the looks of it.
Looking forward to a review after riding in it.
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Well... it’s no teabag but all the same I like it!
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The price tag still attached is well, a look. Not one that I usually subscribe to but, maybe you’re starting a fashion trend I don’t know about. Probably not, though.
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The price tag still attached is well, a look. Not one that I usually subscribe to but, maybe you’re starting a fashion trend I don’t know about. Probably not, though.

Just left it on during the trying on process in case I had to exchange sizes. But all good unless I go overload on those tasty donuts @ cafe Rapha...
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Looks like you're going to need it out there with all that sun!
Definitely! My delicate complexion must be protected at all times
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23°c here on this lovely, sunny morning.
The tracer feels fantastic while riding; light comfortable, flexible and flows air wonderfully.

Really impressed with the way it performs at these temps, but still need to see how it will vent at higher temps (30°c+).
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As summer approaches I thought it would be a good time to try out the trendy new Rev’it Tracer Air overshirt.

It comes in some pretty awful colors, so I chose as what I believe is the least offensive; plain Olive in a size XL for my 44” chest.

Louis.de only have the plain black or olive in stock (none of the striped colors are available on their site). Urban Rider have the other striped color available too, but not the Orange/Blue as even they know that color mix should never have been invented...



Louis.de are having a 20% sale on until the 29th May (use code 367 at checkout) and I added a level 2, size 5 back protector as well.



https://m.louis.eu/artikel/rev-it-tr...1245d70c231cff



I will update this thread once it arrives (hopefully next week at some stage).


You have this version in mind? Have seen it at local dealers

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You have this version in mind? Have seen it at local dealers

Personally I would not go for striped orange, but what do I know about fashion
The plain olive is slightly boring, but for summer riding it’s a bit nicer than straight black IMHO.

Anyway, color preferences aside - the jacket works really well.
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