News Scorpion annouces new men's Sport jacket

Scorpion annouces new men’s Sport jacket

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has grabbed the holeshot in advance of the 2010 ScorpionExoWear men’s collection. Designed as the ultimate all-rounder, the Sport is tough enough for the track, but equally ready for the road.

Combining the best of both worlds, roadrace-spec 1.2-1.4mm full grain leather construction is further bolstered by ExoTec CE-approved armor at the elbows and shoulders. A back protector compartment padded with temper foam was also incorporated into the design with safety in mind.

Of course not every day is track day, so comfort was as important as safety when it came to the design brief. Stretch panels in the sleeves offer optimal flexibility on and off the bike. Speaking of off the bike, generous handwarmer pockets provide added convenience, and there is an internal stash pocket for valuables as well.

Perforations in the leather panels enhance airflow during the heat of the day, as does the lightweight perforated nylon lining. However for after-dark activities, a full-sleeve EverHeat thermal liner can be inserted to keep riders plenty comfortable. Adding to the versatility is reflective trim front and back for enhanced visibility and a leather belt loop to attach riding pants.

The Sport jacket is available in sizes SM through 2XL in both basic black or a stylish silver with black trim.

MSRP for the Sport Jacket: $389.95 ($404.95 for 2XL sizes)


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