Spidi Ergo 365 Pro Expedition H2OUT Jacket Review at RevZilla.com





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Published on May 4, 2012

Spidi Ergo 365 Pro Expedition H2OUT Jacket Review
New for 2012, the Spidi Ergo 365 Expedition H2OUT jacket stops just short of being able to make the owner an espresso. No holds were barred in the creation of this well thought out jacket from Spidi. This is not for your round-town riding, this jacket is for the rider who is looking for one hard-core jacket to do it all. The exterior is an ultra abrasion resistant 3-layer fabric that is Teflon coated fo natural water repellency, has built in panel of tenax flex for mobility and plenty of vented panels. Beneath the outer shell are two removable liners, an H2OUT breathable waterproof liner, and an insulated liner that is quilted with aluminium to help reflect body heat. 360 degrees of 3M reflectivity so the rider can be seen at every angle as well as adjustments that allow the rider to cinch down the jacket when liners are removed. Another knockout feature is the protection package which includes biomechanic shoulder and elbow armor, a CE Level 2 back protector and a CE approved chest protector. Other features that round out this jacket are an included balaclava, a hydroback, roadmap pocket, a waterproof stash bag and a front label that can be customized. This jacket packs in the "wow" factor at every corner, which is what one might expect from a $1,000+ jacket. Bravo, Spidi.

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