Motorfist releases 2017 offroad gear for ATVers, UTVers and enduro riders

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Grey Pilot Jacket and Pants from Motorfist for ATV and UTV riders.

Success as a snowmobile gear company has Motorfist expanding into the dirt side of things. — Motorfist photo

Riding apparel designed specifically for ATVers and side-by-side enthusiasts is here. Motorfist released its new offroad line, and just in time for the 2017 riding season.

Pictured above is the Pilot jacket and pant combo, featuring a 100 per cent rip-stop chassis and a mesh liner for added comfort and cooling. The jacket also has a ventilated upper back, zippered cuff closures and plenty of pockets, including an interior phone pocket. For added durability, the pants are reinforced on the knees and seat.

Mudders and those who love riding in the rain should be interested in the Defender series. This jacket and the pants feature a three-layer nylon material that is waterproof, lightweight and breathable. The Defender series is also packable, which means the jacket, as well as the pants, fold into the left-hand pocket so that riders can easily stow them away.

The new offroad line from Motorfist also includes the Ranger and Skyline series, which are aimed at two-wheeled enduro riders.

Right now, the offroad line is available in men’s only, but given Motorfist’s history in the snowmobile world, it shouldn’t be long before women’s-specific sizes for ATV, side-by-side and enduro becomes available.

For more information, visit the website or head down to your nearest Motorfist dealer. 


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