New from Fieldsheer, take a look at two new jackets to whet your appetite for ladies gear. Covering the hardcore adventure girl, as well as the more classy, urban moto lady, these additions are a welcome addition to the scarce market for serious women's motorcycle gear.
Starting with the Fieldsheer Women's Adventure Tour Jacket, you'll find a true dual-sport piece, made to push the limits of every season of riding. Constructed from a 500D shell, the Women's Adventure Tour backs up its claims with CE-rated armor coming standard in the shoulders, elbows AND back. Large ram air ventilation at the front forces air into the jacket and out the large exhaust vents at the rear. The two-stage liner includes a thermal, Exin layer as well as a waterproof breathable Nanomax rain barrier. Finishing details include generous adjustability, reflective piping, and a removable rain collar. Next time I'm out in the pine barrens, I expect to see you there wearing one of these.
Made from similar materials, but with a fundamentally different look and form, the Fieldsheer Lena 3.0 Jacket has a more sleek design without compromising on protection and function. The same armor, 500D shell, two-stage liner, Phoslite piping and ventilation apply here, but in a graceful package that doesn't reveal your hardened motorcycle personality. Clever pocket placement gives you a space for all the essentials and several attractive colorways give you the chance to be seen and admired in your fashionable attire. Next time I stop for coffee at Seattle's finest, I'm sure you'll be there wearing the Lena.
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