CN III STUFF
SIDI STREET BOOTS
These new low-cut Sidi Street Boots have a casual
look, yet have Sidi protective features, including
Lorica outer construction, perforated Teflon-treated
nylon lining, and composite inner soles. The arch
supports are removable and are double-stitched
in all the high-stress areas. Built-in internal cups
protect the heel and toes, and ball padding keeps
the vulnerable anklebone covered. The boots
secure on the feet with zippers and Velcro, and the
pull tabs on the rear of the boot help get them on
easily. The Sidi Street Boots will be available in late
April in black.
LEATT STX BRACE
The Leatt Corporation has a new neck brace coming out
in April for sportbike riders that can accommodate a speed
hump or back protector. The team of biomedical engineers and Doctor Chris Leatt at the Leatt testing facility
developed the STX to allow for an ample range of motion,
so it won’t get in the way when riding in a full-tuck sportbike position or when looking through a turn. The STX will
be available in three different sizes with a choice between
two color options.
The StartMonkey 200 is a two-pound lithium-ion jump-start system that measures a compact 6. 9 x 1. 8 x 1. 9 inches. It can give at least 10 jump-starts on one charge and holds its charge for at least a year before it needs to be recharged. It has two utput channels: A 12-volt, 120-amp jump start; and a12-volt, DC output (for charg- ing portable gadgets). It has built-in protection for short-circuiting, overcharging or incorrect polarity. It can be recharged more than 500 times, takes approximately eight hours to charge from empty, or four hours from 50 percent.
STARTMONKEY 200 JUMP-START SYSTEM