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SPIDI Metromover, the technical motorcycle jacket designed to protect commuters riding in every weather condition. The CE prEN 17092-4:2017 Class A certified jacket has a removable hood, removable CE Level 1 Warrior Lite armor in the shoulders and elbows and optional Warrior back protector (CE Level 1 En 1621-2:2012). Safety equipment includes 3M® reflective details for added night-time visibility. The Metromover has an abrasion resistant 3-layer fabric chassis with a microfiber liner laminated into Windout membrane, combining lightness and weather protection; the inner z-liner H2out® waterproof construction will keep you dry in rainy days. Hood has drawstring closure and a safety button on the back to keep it firmly in place even at higher speeds; cuffs and waist are knitted fabric for all-day comfort while 4 external + one internal pockets gives a lot of storage room. The jacket features Step-In-Wear technology, thus meaning you can add a SPIDI Thermo Liner to increase thermal insulation level.
A laminated membrane ensures that the outer layer of the jacket cannot absorb water. As a result, the jacket will dry faster after a rain shower, and the climate in the jacket remains more pleasant: the outer layer isn't heavy and soaked full of cold water as is the case with a 3-layer system.
Such a 3-layer system gives you a very versatile jacket that you can wear in any season. With both the waterproof and thermal liner removed you have maximum ventilation, with only the waterproof liner it is perfect for spring and autumn and with the thermal liner it is nice and warm on the cold days.
On the "additional information" tab we have indicated for each jacket which protectors are present and whether they are CE level 1 or 2.
The fit of a jacket must match the sitting position on your motorcycle. For example, a sporty jacket is preformed for a sporty posture, and a touring jacket is more suitable for an upright sitting position. A sporty jacket is often tighter with regard to aerodynamics, where a touring jacket is a bit looser for more comfort and room for extra layers against the cold.
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