Elbow, shoulder, knee and hip impact protectors are to be present in Class AAA and AA garments as a mandatory requirement, with the hip protectors being optional in Class A garments. EN 1621 impact protectors must be positioned in the garment so that they cover the appropriate body part, according to the relevant impact protector standard. Class B garments are designed to provide the equivalent abrasion protection of Class A garments but without the inclusion of impact protectors. Class C garments are designed to provide impact protection for areas covered by the impact protector(s) only, and they do not offer minimum abrasion protection. Class C garments are intended to be worn with and supplement the protection offered by Class AAA, AA, A or B garments.
Functional rear storage pocket
System converts the waterproof jacket into a mesh jacket when removing shell.
Attached clip for holding keys
Soft flannel material
Advanced Thermo-Poly Alloy
A quick change shield replacement system
Soft warm fabric with a texture similar to sheep’s wool
Mesh fabric that allows air to pass through it freely
Interior drop down sun shield
Optically correct, anti-scratch and UV resistant
Fabric allows air to pass through
Interior jacket liner is of a quilted fabric for maximum comfort
Includes C.E. approved armour
Has a storage pocket for helmet shield
Trademarked water proof fabric
Fabric stretches and recovers both width and lengthwise
Does not allow water to penetrate material
Does not allow water to penetrate material
Vault™ is a trademarked brand of C.E. approved armour
Fabric is able to resist the penetration of water to some degree but not entirely
Highest grade synthetic leather
Patented ventilation system utilizing snaps to secure vents in open position for maximum airflow.
Meets or exceeds C.E. testing standards
Fabric allows air to pass through with ease
Abrasion and tear resistant Aramid reinforced
Strap and snap adjusters in the waist and/or sleeves for tightening and loosening fit.
Fabric has stretchable flexibility
This standard applies to protective footwear for motorcycle riders for use while riding motorcycles for on or off road activities.
Sleeve pocket that accommodates a laptop computer.
Has reflective material for higher visibility.
Offers 6L of total volume in storage capacity.
Offers 18L of total volume in storage capacity.
Offers 50L of total volume in storage capacity.
Offers 30L of total volume in storage capacity.
Offers 25L of total volume in storage capacity.
Offers 14L of total volume in storage capacity.
Offers 28L of total volume in storage capacity.
Attachments will fit universally regardless of motorcycle type.
Does not allow water to penetrate material.
Magent for magnetic mounting system.
I've worn a few armored hoodies, but all were missing what the H.C Canadian delivers. Weather proofing, a zipper for easy removal and solid protection. The styling is also next level, as i can go anywhere wearing it without advertising to everyone that i ride a motorcycle. It has a sporty feel to it, but looks good no matter what type of motorcycle you ride. I wish there were more color options, but when it comes to form and function J.R knocked it out of the park with this one.
I bought the Hoody after a lot of looking online for better jacket than the one i am using now (RICHMOND WAXED CANVAS/MESH JACKET). what first caught my eye was the new web armor, I love that its 30% thinner then joes vault. The one bigger issue I have with buying this "hoody" was 4 out of 5 other web sets had the wrong description! (they all had the one for there snow racing jacket). Seeing that the old one out was Joe Rockets web page i thought i would take a chance on it for my upcoming trip (Prince George BC to Prince Rupert BC via route 16 in the end/beginning of April/May. Getting the Hoddy was not painful one bit. (i think i took around 5 days) Outside of the wrong description the only complaints i have with this is 1) There is no pockets outside of the hand pockets, i feel at least one inside pocket for your papers and walet. 2) There is no venting in the "Hoody" what so ever, i feel 2 zipped ones under the arms or back vents would work well. The Positive side of the "Hoody" is 1) The new Web armor dose feel much more comfortable than any other armor I have used yet.( a few times riding i forget I even have any in.) 2) Its wind and water resistant (as it did rain/snow on my trip and all and all i was not wet or colder then you would think) 3) It looks sharp, when i had it on for the 1st time my wife did not even resiles it was even a bike jacket I wish that I could do a half star as i feel its a 4.5*