Akin Moto - WRENCH MOTORCYCLE JACKET

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  • Fully lined with DuPont Kevlar® fibre for superior abrasion resistance
  • Armor compatible (not included)
  • Triple needle stitching in key areas
  • Custom tailored fit – designed for riders, by riders and exclusive to Akin Moto
  • Premium cotton/poly twill outer fabric
  • Soft mesh lining for breathability
  • Water resistant internal pocket - Perfect for your phone, wallet and other valuables
  • 2 x outer pockets with YKK zippers
  • YKK main zipper
  • Snap button collar (stops it from flapping in the wind)
  • Adjustable cuff and hem for the perfect fit
  • Reflective logo print on back

 

From Akin:

We’ve always loved the look of a classic mechanics jacket... but they sucked to ride in. To fix this, we’ve spent countless hours modifying the fit so that it functions perfectly on the bike + provides a much higher level of protection.

The ‘Wrench’ jacket is fully lined with one of the world's strongest aramid fibres, which is well known for its superior abrasion resistance and durability. We’ve also used a premium mesh liner for breathability and thrown in a water resistant internal pocket to stash your valuables.

Need more protection? We’ve designed this jacket to be 100% compatible with premium, CE rated armour inserts.

Add in small details like a snap-down collar, external zipper pockets and an adjustable cuff/hem and you’ve got the perfect hybrid of classic style and modern protection performance.

DuPont™ and Kevlar® are trademarks or registered trademarks of E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company

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WHAT SIZE SHOULD I GET?:

WRENCH MOTORCYCLE JACKET SIZE CHART
CM
INCHES
FLAT LAY CHEST WIDTH BODY LENGTH SLEEVE LENGTH
S 58cm 69cm 66cm
M 60cm 70cm 67cm
L 62cm 71cm 68cm
XL 64cm 72cm 69cm
2XL 66cm 73cm 70cm
3XL 68cm 74cm 71cm

Please follow the instructions below to find your Flat Lay Chest Width.


The best way to find out your size is to measure a 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 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 reach the seam join on each side, even if you have to bend a little around the sides of the jacket. Compare your measurement to the size chart above. If you're in-between sizes, choose the larger size.

Model in the photos is 6ft, 83kgs and is wearing a size Large.