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Scorpion announces Master XDR Jacket

Scorpion’s XDR Collection (Xtreme Distance Rider) is all about overkill. For the rider who really needs the added features and benefits, the vented mesh Master jacket is the only choice. From the tough 600-denier outershell to the removable Exo-Tec CE-approved armor inside the shoulder and elbow pockets, the aptly named Master has it all.

Externally, ripstop Cordura panels at the shoulders and elbows offer abrasion resistance. Further enhancing the high-speed safety aspect is a full-length back protector pocket (complete with temper foam insert) and all panels are sealed with Scorpion’s ExoStitch® seams. Speaking of speed, sleeve tension straps and a 4-point torso adjustment system make for a custom fit and keep things from flapping in the breeze in excess of triple digits.

Attention to the smallest details add up to make the Master the ultimate summer-weight jacket. Take for example the comfort collar, or the full length zippered pant connector (for the matching Deuce pants). Large waterproof storage pockets front and rear are further augmented by two generous internal storage pockets because as Rally Hero/Baja Legend/XDR poster boy Scot Harden explains, you can never have too much storage space!

While the XDR Collection’s incredible array of technical features is the hottest thing going this summer, the new Master is cool – literally. The mesh out panels are bolstered by dual vents in the forearms, dual chest vents and a rear exhaust extractor. Internally, Scorpion’s KwikWick® washable moisture wicking comfort liner helps keep riders cool when the mercury rises. Another cool element is the fact that an integrated hydration pack holder is also built in.

As if this were not enough bells and whistles, an added innovation is the AirGuard liner, which is a waterproof and windproof liner that works in conjunction with the Master’s EXOskeletal protection. The AirGuard liner makes for four season riding in a range of temperatures from 35-85 degrees.

Hot or cold, inside or out, when it comes to ExoSkeletal protection, Scorpion has you covered.





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