V.MA1 AIRBORNE JACKET

V.MA1 AIRBORNE JACKET

Regular price $389.00 $389.00 Sale

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THE V.MA1 AIRBORNE MOTORCYCLE JACKET.

A tried and true design meets crash tested material with killer aesthetics. Advanced technical gear meets rugged wear.

Styled after the famous WWII MA1 Flight Jacket, we've added our own subtle twists while adding thoroughly tested abrasion resistant features and pockets for impact protection. 

The entire jacket is made of a fabric blend made specifically for motorwear containing some of the toughest materials known to man. It has been crash tested at highway speeds (80 kph) inside a state-of-the-art testing lab located in Europe. We added pockets at the back, shoulders, and elbow areas for the addition of armor. In addition to this materials heavy protective capabilities it features subtle reflective properties when directly in front of headlights for safer night rides. This subtlety allows driver to be alerted to your presence but does not distract or blind others in any way.

A fully detachable hood that easily snaps on and off, gunmetal zipper, MA1 signature zippered arm pocket, and stitched with the thickest industrial thread we could possibly find. Ergonomically fitted to suit all riding positions.

 FEATURES:

-Made with abrasion proof Schoeller Dynatec®

-Integrated Nanosphere® self-cleaning technology repels stains and dirt.

-Bluesign approved.

-Slim and sleek styling for a clean look.

-Heavy duty gunmetal zipper.

-Detachable hood.

-Rain and wind resistant material.

-Stretch fabric.

-7 pockets for item storage.

-Armor ready.

-Crash tested at highway speeds.

-Repels dirt and oil- less washes means more riding.

MADE IN THE USA. Made in small batches to ensure the highest quality markers are met.

Visit Our Story Page to learn the process of how we make our jackets.

Be sure to read the FAQ page and Terms for additional in-depth safety info.

 

*This jacket is made to order and may take 2-3 weeks to ship out.

 

Watch a ride through the Santa Ynez Mountains with the V.MA1 Airborne: