Pilot Jacket from Motorfist

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The Pilot Jacket from Motorfist will keep you dry and comfortable, whether it's exploring new trails, working around the acreage or fishing on an expedition. — Motorfist photo

It’s spring—time to switch gears. As you transition from snowmobiling to more fair-weather pursuits, you’ll no doubt be thinking about riding apparel that is designed to keep the dirt, mud and dust off.

Enter the Pilot Jacket from Motorfist. Made just for ATVers and side-by-side riders, the Pilot Jacket features a 100 per cent polyester ripstop chassis. A mesh liner aids in comfort and cooling and there is a gusseted back for comfort. Riders will also appreciate the ventilated upper back for when the temperature rises or the trails get technical.

Other features include:

  • A Kiss Welt Centre Front Zipper with Internal Flap
  • 2 Hand Pockets
  • 2 Chest Pockets
  • 2 Bicep Pockets
  • An Internal Phone Pocket
  • Zippered Cuff Closures

The Pilot Jacket is available in grey or brown from sizes XXS to 3X. For more information, see the Motorfist website.


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