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Old 06-13-2011, 12:03 AM   #1
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Whats your take on Komodo?

I've been searching a while now for the right suit and I keep turning back to Komodo products, partly to help out the local (Dallas) company and my last track day I rented a Komodo suit and was very impressed with it.

I am doing mostly track days for now and dont really plan on riding the street anymore. My original intent was to buy the Komodo FX suit for $750 but they are out of stock for my size and color. If I were to contact Komodo maybe they would be able to get me the suit but the site states those are the last suits available so im out of luck there I suppose.

Next I turn to the K-XP suit for $875, I have a blue and yellow bike and im just really not too stoked about the blue / yellow suit they offer as far as styling goes. I dont like to match 100%. Although it is available in my size.

Something tells me to go all out and get the K-FX black and white suit that I REALLY want but thats a stout $1250!

Before I jump on this suit I was just searching for some people that could offer some feedback on the K-FX suit and share their experiences or opinions about the suit. To help me figure out if this is the right suit for me.

Id rather spend a couple hundred bones extra on some high quality product than to slack in that area. I do plan on doing track days often and hopefully hit up a couple each month.
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Old 06-13-2011, 06:41 AM   #2
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Never heard anything but good things
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Old 06-13-2011, 07:10 AM   #3
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I've been searching a while now for the right suit and I keep turning back to Komodo products, partly to help out the local (Dallas) company and my last track day I rented a Komodo suit and was very impressed with it.

I am doing mostly track days for now and dont really plan on riding the street anymore. My original intent was to buy the Komodo FX suit for $750 but they are out of stock for my size and color. If I were to contact Komodo maybe they would be able to get me the suit but the site states those are the last suits available so im out of luck there I suppose.

Next I turn to the K-XP suit for $875, I have a blue and yellow bike and im just really not too stoked about the blue / yellow suit they offer as far as styling goes. I dont like to match 100%. Although it is available in my size.

Something tells me to go all out and get the K-FX black and white suit that I REALLY want but thats a stout $1250!

Before I jump on this suit I was just searching for some people that could offer some feedback on the K-FX suit and share their experiences or opinions about the suit. To help me figure out if this is the right suit for me.

Id rather spend a couple hundred bones extra on some high quality product than to slack in that area. I do plan on doing track days often and hopefully hit up a couple each month.
Komodo makes a great suit. I have a 1 pc, I have no complaints about mine
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Old 06-13-2011, 07:12 AM   #4
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I was going to get one of their suits too... and they were out of my size.

But i did pick up a pair of their gloves.. and i would buy them again
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Old 06-30-2011, 10:01 AM   #5
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I ordered the K-FX in a 40 but it was a little big for me. Unfortunately Komodo only has one suit remaining available in a 38 and I don't like it. They make a great product but I don't think I'll be able to make it happen. Now I'm trying to move on and find another suit I like. I don't want to spend any more than $1400 on one.
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