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Icon Patrol Series | Motorcycle Riding Gear

Motorcycle Waterproof Gear

Protection from the elements of the road was the key concern behind the newly developed Patrol Series riding gear from Icon Motosports.

The Patrol Series riding gear is built to stand up against the worst weather and toughest riding conditions you may encounter on the road.

The Patrol Series lineup is comprised of an all-new jacket, pant, glove and boot. It doesn’t matter if it’s pouring rain, snowing or 95 degrees: the Patrol gear caters to all riders and will keep you protected and comfortable.

Both the Patrol jacket and pant feature a waterproof and abrasion-resistant, 1840 level Denier nylon construction in all impact zones, removable CE protection for the shoulders, elbows, back, hips, and knees, and Icon’s patented Hi-Viz reflective panels.

The jacket also sports six intake and six exhaust ports for ample ventilation and breathability, 12 different storage pockets and a removable hydration pocket that can hold up to 1.5 liters (hydration unit not included.)

Unique features of the pant include full-length waterproof YKK side pant zip with magnetic storm flaps and the length of the pant is fully adjustable to suit a variety of riders.

In addition to the impressive Patrol jacket and pant comes the Patrol glove. The glove features a completely waterproof textile chassis with a mild precurve design to help reduce hand fatigue. The palm is constructed of Battlehide goatskin for optimum feedback yet does not compromise durability. Reinforced rubber knuckle armor covers the backhand along with a reflective graphics package to increase visibility.

The final addition to the Patrol series is the new Patrol boot. Ready to battle the harshest conditions, these boots are built with reinforced leather, feature internal ankle armor with a hidden Ghillie lacing system for a secure fit with minimal fuss. The bottom unit features an internal steel shank for support with slip resistant rubber outsole for traction both on and off the bike.

Additional product specifications are below. The full Icon Patrol line of gear 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.

Patrol Waterproof Jacket:

• Yellow colorway meet U.S. military PPE hi-visibility specifications

• Icon relaxed fit

• Waterproof seam sealed nylon textile chassis

• Removable Icon CE field armor impact protector elbow and shoulder

• Removable Icon dual-density foam back pad

• Heavyweight ballistic impact panels

• YKK waterproof zippers

• Magnetic storm flap closures

• 3M reflective panels

• Multiple intake and exhaust

• Removable hydration pocket (bladder not included)

• Twelve storage pockets

• Removable Thermolite insulated liner

• Upgradable to Stryker CE back protector

Patrol Waterproof Overpant:

• Removable Icon CE field armor impact protector knee

• Removable Icon CE field armor impact protector hip

• Waterproof seam sealed construction

• YKK waterproof zippers

• Magnetic storm flap closures

• 3M reflective panels

• Six storage pockets

• Full-length side zippers

• Removable suspender system

• These pants are sized to fit as overpants. If you wear a size 34 pant-buy a size 34 Patrol Overpant if you intend to wear them over your jeans. If you plan on running commando-buy a size 32.

Patrol Waterproof Gloves:

• Waterproof textile chassis

• Abrasion resistant premium grade

Battlehide goatskin palm

• Reinforced rubber knuckle armor

• Reflective graphics

• Goggle wipe on thumb

• Precurved palm and finger design

Patrol Waterproof Boots

• Durable leather upper

• 100% waterproof

• Axialmetric steel shank

• Slip resistant rubber sole

• Footpeg interface arch

• Dual adjustable stabilizer straps

• Internal ankle protection

• Aluminum positive-lock buckles

• Protected speed lacing system

• Shifter interface nubs

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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