Joe Rocket Motorcycle ApparelTake Joe Rocket’s most trusted and proven race suit – the Speedmaster – and cut it half. That’s pretty much all JR’s design team had to do to create the latest generation Speedmaster jacket. The result, just like the Speedmaster race suit, is a piece of performance apparel that’s ready to ride.
Performance features start with a 1.2 to 1.4mm embossed premium cowhide chassis that’s held together with double overstitching and backed by titanium reinforced shoulders, C.E. approved armor at the shoulders and elbows, and a removable high density spine pad.Comfort arrives in the form of injection molded vent intakes at the shoulders combined with Variable Flow intakes at the forearms and large adjustable exhausts mid-back. And for the cooler temps, a removable insulated vest liner is included.Keeping this all in place is a 6-point SureFit adjustment system at the forearms, biceps, sleeves, and waist. Rider mobility is dramatically enhanced with a combination of articulated expansion panels at the upper back and elbows complimented by FullFlex panels at the inner sleeves.Final detailing includes snap loops and an 8” zipper for jacket to pant attachment, an ultra low profile Neoprene collar, and ample reflective striping.Joe Rocket Speedmaster Jacket:
Sizes: 40 to 54 (54 black only)
Colors: Stealth Black, Hi-Risk Red, Radio Active Yellow, Cool White
MSRP: Starting at $349.99
Joe Rocket has designed and manufactured industry leading riding apparel for street and track since 1992. For more information on the Speedmaster and other outstanding Joe Rocket products, check out joerocket.com.
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