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Scorpion: Lilly Women’s Motorcycle Jacket

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Just in time to check out the fall colors and late season foliage, Scorpion introduces the new women’s Lilly jacket to compliment the matching Scorpion EXO-400 Lilly helmet graphic. The Lilly jacket and helmet are just part of the Fall 2011 collection now blooming at Scorpion Sports.

Constructed of a durable 330 denier water-resistant polyurethane nylon with taped seams, the hip-length jacket features a host of all-weather features including a removable EverHeatTM thermal liner to keep the warmth in. If things should heat up with a surprise warm spell, Scorpion’s trademarked AirVent system offers plenty of airflow from two sleeve intakes, two chest intakes and two rear exhaust vents.

As is the case with all of Scorpion’s women’s wear, the Lilly was specifically engineered to be superior riding gear first as well as being fashionable. Exo-StitchTM reinforced safety seams, CE-approved Exo-TecTM armor in the elbows and shoulders, a P.E. foam back protector and NightVizTM reflective trim are all incorporated into the design.

Available in sizes XS to 2XL, the Lilly’s are in full bloom this Fall. But don’t stop with just the Lilly jacket, bust out the whole bouquet by offering the complete package with a color-matched EXO-400 helmet. Like the jacket, the Lilly helmet combines fashionable style with outstanding protection, meeting or exceeding DOT/Snell standards.

MSRP for the Lilly Jacket: $219.95 ($229.95 for 2XL)

Matching EXO-400 Lilly Helmet (XS-2XL) $149.95


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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