this is a really nice suit, well made ,sturdy.,will last for a long time,not cheap made.worth the money.good fit,I'm 6'2 240lbs I got 3x fits good.color really brite.wore it in 40 degrees,was very warm couldnt tell it was cold out,I'm very PLEASED,I would recomend to all my friends. enjoy!
Scorpion Passport Suit
List Price: 429.95
Sales Price: $300.95
Scorpion Passport Suit
Item Code: ScorpionPassportSuit
Color: Neon Yellow
Protection: CE Armor
- 600 denier poly-nylon outer shell construction
- H20 Blok is a 4 layer waterproof/breathable system consisting of an outer-barrier waterproof coating, 600D nylon shell, hanging waterproof/breathable membrane. and lightweight perforated mesh liner to maximize air flow
- Rare earth magnetic front closure provides you a clean and simple seal without the fuss of buttons and velcro
- Elbows, shoulders, hips, and knees come standard with SAS-Tec CE Viscoelastic foam with memory effect
- Full-body thermal EverHeat liner provides warmth in colder temperatures, yet easily zips out for ventilation during warmer days
- Two chest vents with velcro holders
- Two Sleeve zippers
- Two exhaust vents
- Reflective trim strategically placed throught suit
- Sleeve straps allow for custom adjustment when liner is removed and and adjustable waist strap adjustment is conveniently located on both sides of suit for continued customization
- Main closure zipper is constructed with the industry leading YKK zipper system and also features a Scorpion TPR pull for ease of use when wearing gloves
- Easy access thigh pocket is perfectly designed to store maps
- Collar trim built with neoprene comfort spots to eliminate unnecessary pressure and a front relief panel
- Anti-slip seat patches
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Most Helpful Reviews :
Very good quality, fast delivery, very warm and has removable liner for warmer weather. Size may run a little small I'm 6'1" 220 , 3x fit well with liner in place. Good company , strongly recommend.
The Passport suit is an all new apparel item in Scorpion's XDR lineup. Although XDR stands for extreme distance riding, you don't have to go far to realize the benefits of this suit.
This thing is packed with features, but isn't overly heavy like you might expect. This suit is made of a 600 Denier poly nylon and is available in two color ways. The high viz neon yellow you see here, and a gray and black version as well. All three color ways have high viz piping around the suit. Poly nylon has been used for a while in this industry and it is still one of the best fabrics for motorcycle apparel. You see, nylon by itself has very good tensile strength but poor colorfast. With the color goes the strength. Polyester, on the other hand, has fantastic colorfast but mediocre tensile strength. Combine the two fibers together, though, and you have a high tensile strength fabric with great abrasion resistance that won't loose strength with prolonged exposure to sunlight. If it isn't broke, right? The Passport suit utilizes the H2O Blok waterproofing system that consists of 4 layers including the waterproof coating, the nylon material itself, a waterproof/breathable membrane, and a lightweight mesh liner to promote airflow and breathability. The closure consists of a YKK zipper with a rare earth metal magnet closure for fussless flap flapping. If you open this suit up you can see the removable everheat thermal liner. When the ride starts to get adventurous, pop this thing out and crack the vents to cool things down. This suit actually vents suprizingly well. You have two velcro back zippered vents on the chest, two vents on the sleeves, and two exhaust vents on the back.
When it comes to armor, Scorpion pulled out the good silver. The armor in the shoulders and elbows is Scorpion's Sas-Tec. This material is sort of a high density memory foam. In addition to having excellent impact absorbsion, this armor gets incredibly supple when it's warm, making it very comfortable.
This suit has very good adjustability. There are adjusters in both the waist area, and on the sleeves as well.
Storage is also quite good with this suit There are pockets on each leg including a map pocket on the left pocket. Some folks ask why you would need a map pocket. "It's 2013. Get a GPS for cryin' out loud." Well, the answer is simple. Touring riders use GPS systems to find the best roadways. An adventure rider's goal is to find places where GPS systems don't work and the term road is used loosely. There are also numerous pockets inside the garment as well.