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AXO America is proud to introduce to the United States its new line of waterproof touring apparel. AXO is expanding its presence in the USA road motorcycle market and will now be offering two different options of highly innovative touring pants and jackets to coincide with the current release of the Q series line of boots.

The high end line now available in America is the TT Zero jacket paired with the TK Evo motorcycle pants. This durable touring gear is fully waterproof, thanks to the AXO Watertech membrane, to keep bikers dry on the ride. The TT Zero jacket is manufactured with high tenacity polyamide and equipped with a removable aluminum quilting, reflective inserts, locking system to combine jacket to pant, and much more.

The AXO TT Zero motorcycle jacket is available in black, ranging its size from Medium to XXXXL and retails for $299.99. The AXO TK Evo Waterproof Textile pants are designed with Cordura fabric and stretch Kevlar inserts on back of knees and elastic rib on front of knees to allow the comfort and flexibility needed to ride for extended periods of time. The AXO TK Evo motorcycle pants retail for $ 179.99 and are available in sizes 30-42.

At a more affordable price is the AXO Mistral motorcycle jacket and pant set. The sleek looking Mistral jacket is 100% waterproof and features high tenacity polyamide outer fabric with rip-stop inserts, removable quilting and Watertech membrane, reflective inserts and a anti-bacterial/anti-sweat soft inner collar.

The AXO Mistral motorcycle jacket retails for $199.99, available in black, and is offered in sizes Medium-XXXXL. The Mistral motorcycle pant offers the same technology as the jacket and includes an elastic rip on the waist and knees as well as adjustments on the waist and leg bottoms. The Mistral motorcycle pant retails for $149.99, available in black, and comes in sizes 30 – 44.

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Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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