Mesh jackets are designed to be breathable and padded with armor.
When stocking your shelves, look for jackets that can do it all in a variety of different materials, from leather to textile, in multiple styles like cruiser, sport, racing and adventure.
In celebration of the month-long campaign, and just in time for the holidays, Cardo will offer its social media followers an opportunity to win a PACKTALK BOLD Duo and branded merchandise.
For many years, riders only had the option of leather or textile in their jackets, but with new materials being invented and tested every day, riders now have additional choices.
Used by the 15-strong team while training and performing around the globe, the mesh connectivity, durability of the rugged waterproof PACKTALK Bold unit and the one-mile range were three key features which made the communication systems a suitable choice for such a demanding task.
This riding jacket combats all weather conditions with its extremely vented nylon mesh shell.
Created for the ultimate riding experience and road-tested for proven performance the FXRG Collection lets riders ride with confidence.
The glove features a leather and air mesh construction for breathability and has a carbon fiber knuckle for maximum impact protection.
When the temperature rises these liners easily remove, and the Armor-Link III mesh shell makes sure the rider stays cool in the hottest conditions.
Cortech’s newly designed CE-approved Armadillo armor is built into the elbow and shoulder with a revised articulated triple-density back protector.
The Flux Air Mesh Jacket by Fly Racing is made of flow mesh for maximum airflow and offers CE Level 1 protection with removable armor in the shoulders and elbows and protective PE back armor that is Fly Barricade CE armor upgrade compatible.
The all-new Gust jacket allows riders to stay cool as temperatures begin to rise thanks to its fully breathable nylon mesh shell and built-in moisture-wicking polyester mesh hanging liner.