Speed And Strength Women's Wicked Garden Jacket
List Price: $159.95
Sale Price: $124.95
You save: $35 (22%)
Speed And Strength Women's Wicked Garden Jacket.
Speed And Strength Wicked Garden Jacket Features
- Combined "Fierce" mesh and AR-600 frame
- Removable Vault C.E shoulder and elbow protectors
- Removable Vault C.E approved spine protector
- Sublimated logos and graphics
- "Lockdown" waist adjuster
- Belt loops for pant attachment
- Reflective trim
- Collection- helmet, vest, shoe, glove
Speed And Strength Wicked Garden Jacket Sizing
Measure the widest part of your chest, under your armpits and around. Be sure that your arms are resting at your sides.
Measure from the middle of the back of your neck, over your shoulder, over your elbow, ending at your wrist.
Measure the smallest point of your waist all the way around.
New for 2014, the Wicked Garden Mesh Jacket from Speed and Strength is a great choice for you lady riders looking for a warm weather riding jacket with just the right amount of ‘tude. This jacket is made up of Fierce Mesh panels and AR-600 polyester, and is available in four color options including this purple. We also offer black, silver and red versions. The graphics are sublimated into the fabric, so they won’t chip or flake off, and feature a wicked blend of sugary skulls and carnivorous frondescence
The Wicked Garden is available in a good size range, including sizes extra small to double extra-large, and fits true to size according to the size chart. Jessica typically wears a medium. She fits in this small, but it is a little snug in the arms. The medium would be perfect.
The shape of the Wicked Garden jacket is very customizable. The sides of the jacket have these adjustable buckles that work with this zippered gusset to create the perfect fit.
Protection comes from CE rated armor in the shoulders, elbows, and the back. There are no foam back pads, here. This is legitimate articulated CE rated armor. This is a feature unique to Speed and Strength anywhere near this price point. Running down the back of the jacket is hi viz piping to increase your visibility in low light conditions. You have two choices for connecting the jacket to your pants. You can sew half of the zippered tendon to a pair of riding pants. Or, you can feed these loops around your belt if you’re wearing jeans.
For storage, there are two zippered hand warmer pockets at the waist. If you unsnap the collar, and unzip the main closure, you can see an additional hidden zippered pocket. You can also see the removable quilted thermal liner. This liner is perfect for the late night summer rides following a day at the beach, where you may or may not have gotten too much sun. Riding on a cool, damp night with a little bit of sunburn can feel absolutely freezing. This quilted liner does a great job of taking the edge off. The liner also provides a little extra storage, with a Velcro map pocket on the rider’s right side. If you remove the liner, you can see the soft mesh liner that promotes airflow and mobility.