Furygan launch new range of Autumn/Winter textile jackets


Furygan has unveiled four new Autumn/Winter textile jackets, in time for the weather taking a turn for the worse.

Arrow

RRP: £159.99 // Sizes: S-4XL // Colours: Black/White, Black/White/Fluo Green, Black/White/Red, Black/White/Fluo Yellow

The Arrow is made from abrasion-resistant polyester and includes Furygan D3O CE protectors in the shoulders and elbows, and there’s a pocket compatible with the Furygan D3O back protectors, which are available as an added extra. The jacket features a waterproof insert and a removable padded thermal lining, as well as mesh panels in the armpits to aid with heat dissipation. There is a flap underneath the zip to create a barrier against rain and wind and connecting snap claws to link the jacket to trousers quickly and easily. There are three pockets – two outside and one inside.

Blast

RRP: £249.99 // Sizes: S-4XL // Colours: Black/White

The Furygan Blast is made from high tenacity polyester for abrasion resistance with “Ballistic” textile inserts and foam reinforcements at the forearms for added safety, plus a new generation of thermoformed external shell on the shoulders. The internal Polymesh lining is waterproof, there is a removable padded thermal liner and mesh panels at armpits to aid with heat dissipation. The Blast features the Furygan “AFS” system; vents with water repellent zips on the chest can be opened in order to create an air flow in the vest. There is also a flap underneath the main zip as a barrier against wind and rain.

Protection wise, the Blast features Furygan D3O CE protectors on the shoulders and elbows, and there is a pocket for a Furygan D3O back protector. The jacket has five pockets, including a mobile phone net pocket. It features adjustable waist, neck and arms as well as stretch panels behind the shoulders and neoprene inserts on the collar for comfort. There’s a connecting zip mounted on an elastic belt, with additional snap claws to link the jacket to your trousers quickly and easily.

Zeno

RRP: £219.99 // Sizes: S-4XL // Colours: Black

The Zeno jacket is made from a combination of polyamide and cotton with an internal Polymesh liner, features adjustments on the collar, wrists and waist, plus there are connecting snap claws for linking the jacket to trousers easily. There is a removable padded thermal liner with mesh panels at the armpits to aid with heat dissipation, as well as Furygan “AFS” system; with water repellent zips on the chest and in the back, which can be opened to create air flow.

The Zeno includes Furygan D3O CE protectors for shoulders and elbows, and there is a pocket for a back protector, available as an additional extra. It also features Furygan’s Skin Protect lining which reinforces textile products against tearing and increases abrasion resistance. It also has reflective panels on the arms for increased visibility and includes eight pockets – six outside and two inside.

Malcolm

RRP: £179.99 // Sizes: S-4XL // Colours: Black, Bronze

The Malcolm jacket is a waterproof textile jacket made from coasted polyester, inspired by US Air Force and Navy pilot bomber jackets.

It has a removable, padded thermal lining with mesh panels at the armpits to aid heat dissipation, plus an internal waterproof and breathable Polymesh technical liner. It features Furygan D3O protectors on the shoulders and elbows, and has an inbuilt pocket for a Furygan back protector, in addition to Furyga’sn Skin Protect lining, which works to reinforce textile products in terms of tearing and abrasion resistance. The Malcolm has five pockets – four outside, including a credit card pocket on the arm, and one pocket inside – as well as being adjustable on the waist and wrists.

The new jackets will be available in UK dealers from October and on show at Motorcycle Live at the NEC, Birmingham from 18-26 November 2017. For more information, visit: www.nevis.uk.com

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