REV’IT! Denim Motorcycle Clothing

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They’re here: Three new instantly classic denim styles developed with the REV’IT! Tailored Technology philosophy. Sleek, subtle design makes it easy to forget they’re armored, abrasion-resistant motorcycle protection.

The Tracer is a motorcycle-ready overshirt with a Cordura denim outer shell, and REV’IT! proprietary PWR | shield panels at the critical impact zones. The new, ultra-thin SEESMART™ CE-rated limb protectors — an award-winning REV’IT! innovation — are nearly undetectable, both to the wearer and observer, and the shirt can be upgraded with a SEESOFT™ CE-level 2 back protector insert. The Tracer closes with a robust, full-length zipper hidden behind a row of buttons, and includes a short connection zipper in the back for use with the Safeway belt. Available in dark blue, MSRP $219.99.

The Stealth is a breathable, waterproof hoodie styled after classic garage looks. A Polycotton stretch denim 3L material is laminated to a Hydratex® membrane for waterproofing and minimal water pickup. Impact points are reinforced with PWR | shield material and SEESMART™ protectors, and the jacket is prepared for a SEESOFT™ CE-level 2 back protector insert. The hood can be fixed to the garment with an anchoring button, and a short attachement zipper allows for connection to the Safeway belt. Availble in black and dark blue, MSRP $339.99.

The Intercept jacket is takes the look of a traditional baseball jacket and tranforms it into an abrasion resistant riding jacket. The jacket keeps its slim lines, thanks to the inclusion of CE-rated SEESMART™ limb protectors, and it can be upgraded with the CE-level 2 rated SEESOFT™ back protector insert. The mechanical stretch material in the outer shell keeps things comfortable, and subtle lamination strips keep the rider visible. A short connection zipper allows attachment to the Safeway belt. Available in dark blue, MRSP $259.99.

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