Classic Motorcycle Mechanics

Tested

KEIS V106 HEATED VEST

“Eeeee…won’t you get electrocuted when it rains?” No mum, I won’t.

Mothers, bless ‘em. She still worries about me out there on two wheels, but I can safely say my winter rides were so much more comfortable with this Keis V106 Comfort Heated Vest and when you’re comfortable riding in the depths

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