- Fully lined with genuine DuPont™ Kevlar® fabric with COOLMAX® comfort technology
- Armour compatible - back, shoulders & elbows (sold separately)
- Tough 100% Cotton twill outer shell
- Snap down storm flap with hidden YKK zip
- 2 x weather resistant internal pockets
- Snap down collar, chest pockets and cuffs
- Premium ‘glove friendly’ YKK hardware
- Fitment note: This a 'tall/long' fit. Model is 6ft tall and wearing a size Large.
Heading out for a ride, but don’t want to wear a bulky jacket? Say hello to the ‘Trusty’ Riding Shirt from Akin Moto – the ultimate combination of style, protection and comfort.
Where comfort meets confidence – The ‘Trusty’ riding shirt is fully lined with genuine DuPont™ Kevlar® fabric that has been woven with COOLMAX® comfort fibres. This patented technology provides very high levels of abrasion resistance, but it also ‘breathes’ - keeping you warm in Winter and cool in Summer.
Need more protection? We’ve designed the Trusty Riding Shirt to be 100% compatible with back, shoulder and elbow armour (sold separately).
Small details make a big difference – The collar snaps down to stop it flapping against your helmet, there’s an internal water-resistant pocket for your valuables, and the sleeves are slightly longer and pre-curved so they are perfect when you’re on the bike. We’ve also used snap buttons on the ‘storm flap’ to make it quick and easy to put on/take off + ‘glove friendly’ YKK zippers.
No matter what you ride, the ‘Trusty’ Riding Shirt is going to be your new ‘go-to’ – both on and off the bike.
Fitment note: The Trusty Riding Shirt is a 'TALL' fit - which means it's a bit longer than the rest of our products.
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WHAT SIZE SHOULD I GET?:
Please follow the instructions below to find your Flat Lay Chest Width.
The Trusty Riding Shirt is a 'TALL' fit - which means it's a bit longer than the rest of our products. Measure a thick shirt/flannel that fits the way you want while on your bike. Lay your shirt or 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 - It's very important that you go ALL the way to the seam join). Compare your measurement to the table above.