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Would you buy a AGV Forza 1 peice suit?

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I was looking at buying a new suit but somewhat inexpensive to ride the twisties and maybe an occasional track day would you buy the AGV forza fi you were on a budget? And if you did buy it how do you like it?
 

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I like mine. I have owned 4 sets of leathers, 3 AGVs and one Joe Rocket. If you have a slender build, the AGV will fit you wonderfully because it has a European cut. The Joe Rocket was too tight at the waist and too loose in the upper body for me to be really comfortable with.

My current set is a Forza 1-piece.
 

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I like mine. I have owned 4 sets of leathers, 3 AGVs and one Joe Rocket. If you have a slender build, the AGV will fit you wonderfully because it has a European cut. The Joe Rocket was too tight at the waist and too loose in the upper body for me to be really comfortable with.

My current set is a Forza 1-piece.
Thanks for the info....I wasnt looking to spend a bunch of coin on a suit right now but I wanted a decent one for the money. How does is it breath? I ride the canyons out here in San Diego and it gets hot in the summer.
 

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I have no complaints whatsoever about the airflow. The perforations go basically from the shoulders down to the knees, so you get plenty of air flowing through it, which helps a lot on hot days. For reference, I have used this suit at Barber Motorsports Park in Alabama (highs in the 90s with humidity above 90%) during the summer and been fairly comfortable.
 

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No problems with mine... However, it's the first suit I've had so I have nothing to compare to. I have worn it on some really hot days though.
 
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