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Icon: Overlord Series Motorcycle Jackets

Motorcycle Jackets 

The all-new Overlord series of jackets from Icon Motosports introduces the brand’s first-ever lineup of aggressive, attack-fit jackets.

The Overlord, Overlord Prime and Overlord Textile jackets were developed with an aggressive fit and come complete with precurved arms and a tailored torso to conform to a rider’s attack posture.

Each jacket has integrated mechanical stretch panels, internal Field Armor CE impact protectors in the elbows and shoulders, and a dual density foam back pad (upgradable to the CE Stryker back protector) that all combine to provide riders with the superior level of protection Icon customers have grown accustomed to.

Crafted from Icon-spec Brazilian cowhide, the Overlord and Overlord Prime jackets feature a leather outer shell and strategically placed perforated leather and mesh panels for increased ventilation.

The Overlord Textile jacket combines all of the fit and protective features of the Overlord and Overlord Prime jackets but is constructed from a durable nylon textile.
Additional product specifications are below.

The full Icon Overlord jacket line will be available from your local Parts Unlimited dealer in October. To find a dealer near you or to check out other new products from Icon Motosports, please visit RideIcon.com.

Overlord Jacket
• Icon attack fit
• 1.2-1.4mm premium grade leather chassis
• Removable Icon CE field armor impact protector elbow and shoulder
• Removable Icon dual-density foam back pad
• Gathered stretch panels for comfort and flexibility
• Strategically placed perforated leather for ventilation
• YKK autolock zippers
• Removable insulated wind resistant vest
• Upgradable to Stryker CE back protector
• Suggested Retail: $350

Overlord Prime Jacket
• Icon attack fit
• 1.2-1.4mm premium grade leather chassis
• Removable Icon CE field armor impact protector elbow and shoulder
• Icon external injected plastic protection on shoulders, elbows, and back
• Removable Icon dual-density foam back pad
• Gathered stretch panels for comfort and flexibility
• Strategically placed perforated leather for ventilation
• YKK autolock zippers
• Removable insulated wind resistant vest
• Upgradable to Stryker CE back protector
• Suggested Retail: $450

Overlord Textile Jacket
• Icon attack fit
• Durable nylon textile chassis
• Removable Icon CE field armor impact protector
elbow and shoulder
• Removable Icon dual-density foam back pad
• Gathered elastic flex panels on elbows and shoulders
• Strategically placed fighter mesh panels for
ventilation
• Removable insulated wind resistant vest
• Upgradable to Stryker CE back protector
• Suggested Retail: $155

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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