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  • Regular fit
  • Cordura denim and PWR shield - tear and abrasion resistance
  • Mechanical stretch
  • Coolmax element - draws moisture away from the skin
  • Polycotton twill lining
  • Safety stitching
  • Double layer abrasion resistant panels in the seat and knee
  • Seesmart knee armour included
  • Pockets for hip armour
  • Hand warmer pockets
£107.99

REV'IT Alpha Trousers - Camel

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REV'IT Alpha Trousers - Camel

Regular Price: £179.99

Special Price Excl vat £89.99 Incl. Tax: £107.99

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Product Description Sku: FPT084-CM

  • Regular fit
  • Cordura denim and PWR shield - tear and abrasion resistance
  • Mechanical stretch
  • Coolmax element - draws moisture away from the skin
  • Polycotton twill lining
  • Safety stitching
  • Double layer abrasion resistant panels in the seat and knee
  • Seesmart knee armour included
  • Pockets for hip armour
  • Hand warmer pockets

The REV'IT Alpha Trousers are a welcome addition the the REV'IT range of protective motorcycling trousers. They are a chino style trouser made from Cordura denim and REV'ITs own PWR shield so they have good levels of tear and abrasion resistance. There is also a Coolmax element in the Cordura denim which wicks moisture away from the skin keeping you comfortable when riding. The Alpha trousers also comes with CE level 1 Seesmart armour in the knees and has pockets for hip armour (available separately). This armour is the lowest profile armour we've seen yet, you'd hardly know it was there!

  • UPC 8700001232265
  • Gender Men

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