- NEW Protective Maxtex® 1000 D outer shell for superior abrasion resistance
- NEW Cut with smart stretch side panel - can be worn over t-shirts, hoodies and jackets
- NEW Quilted 170g insulated lining
- NEW YKK two-way zipper - let's you adjust the lower half of the vest to stop it 'riding up' when you're on the bike
- Back armour pocket (armour not included)
- Triple stitched and reinforced at impact areas
- Water resistant internal pocket (perfect to stash your valuables)
- 2 Velcro flap chest pockets + 2 hand-warmer pockets with YKK zippers
- Short ribbed collar
- Drop tail
- Snap button 'Storm Flap' - Stops wind from coming through the zipper
Introducing the SIXTH generation of the 'Battle' Vest.
The Battle Vest now features a heavy Protective Maxtex® 1000 D outer shell - this strong polyester fabric is a heavier version (66% heavier!) of what we use for our 'Alpha Jacket'. It looks amazing and provides superior abrasion resistance over all our previous vests. Pair this with reinforced, triple-stitched seams, and you've got one very tough vest.
We've developed a totally new fit with an integrated 'smart stretch panel' down the side seam. The two-way YKK® zipper has made a return, allowing you to adjust the fit to prevent the vest from 'riding up' when you're on the bike. Put simply, it's our best fitting vest ever.
There's a new quilted 170g insulated lining and fleece lined pockets to keep you comfortable on those colder days + a storm flap to prevent cold air from hitting your chest.
Your favourite features are still there too - like the water resistant internal pocket (which is perfect for keeping your valuables dry and safe) + our super comfortable ribbed collar for those long days on the bike.
WHAT SIZE SHOULD I GET?:
BATTLE MOTORCYCLE VEST SIZE CHART
FLAT LAY CHEST WIDTH VEST LENGTH
S 51cm 67cm
M 53cm 68cm
L 55cm 69cm
XL 57cm 70cm
2XL 59cm 71cm
3XL 61cm 72cm
Please follow the instructions below to find your Flat Lay Chest Width.
This vest has 'smart stretch' side panels - If you like to wear you vest tight, please go down one size. Model in the photos is 6ft, 83kgs, 100cm chest and is wearing a size Medium.
The best way to find out your size is to measure a vest/jacket you already own, and that fits the way you want while on your bike (factoring in any garments you wish to layer underneath). Lay your vest/jacket flat on a table, and measure the chest, making sure to go from side seam to side seam (near the armpit like in the photo below). Compare your measurement to the size chart above. If you're in-between sizes, or want a nice snug fit, choose the smaller size.