Friday, January 13

Spidi Venture H2Out Jacket Review

Spidi has just lately come out with a line of new jackets, including the Spidi Venture H2Out Jacket. Over the years, Spidi has increasingly become a household name amongst motorcyclists everywhere and it's not surprising with their quality engineering and distinct taste in looks. For those looking for a multi-season Textile Motorcycle Jacket, the Venture H2Out is a prime option.

Lets check out the Spidi Venture H2Out Jacket Review:

The Venture H2Out runs a size small with it's Euro-cut fit, so it's strongly recommended you buy it in a size larger than your usual American size. The Venture is a four-season jacket, so whether you need something to keep you comfortably warm in the winter, or perforated during the summer, this jacket provides it all. The outer shell is comprised of Tenax textile which is Spidi's proprietary high denier outer shell as well as Tenax Flex used in areas which require flexibility. There are vents located on the shoulders, arms, and back to help you breathe during the warmer weather.

The key that makes this jacket usable for all four seasons is the fact that it comes with 2 liners: a removable stand alone H2Out waterproof breathable liner and a 200 gram insulated thermal liner. This jacket like most of Spidi's high end jackets does come with Spidi Forcetech CE Rated armor in the shoulders and elbows, and you can upgrade to the Warrior Chest and CE rated Warrior Back Protector for added safety. Additionally, Spidi has included groin straps in the Venture H2Out to prevent the jacket from being jarred out of place in the unfortunate event of a crash.

Overall, the Spidi Venture H2Out is a great option for those riders looking for a year round jacket with all its functionalities and extensive features.

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