Starting in 1994, Italian moto gear outfit, Spidi began developing a modular three-in-one jacket, designed to accommodate any and all real-world riding conditions. Now, a quarter-century after the project’s inception, the Vicenza-based gear purveyor has unveiled the culmination of two-and-a-half decades of development with its new Allroad H2Out Collection.
The highly-versatile jacket is comprised of an outer layer made from ultra-durable PU-coated polyamide Tenax fabric, a quilted 100-gram lining, and a fully water- and windproof H2Out membrane. The system can be layered up for extreme cold-weather riding or stripped down for hotter days in the saddle. There’s also an abundant amount of opening flaps and channels that allow for stellar ventilation. Spidi’s ERGOFIT SYSTEM affords a precise and snug fit, and there are pockets to house CE Level 1 and 2 chest, back, shoulder, and elbow armor — all of which are adjustable — as well as a hydration system. There’s also a carabiner attachment, magnetic neck closure, waterproof pockets and zippers, and fasteners to connect the Allroad jacket to the collection’s equally modular Allroad pants. In short: the Allroad H2Out pieces are the only items a rider would need for two-wheeled touring, as this Italian-made offering truly does it all. Offered in multiple colors, the Allroad H2Out jacket is priced at $600 while the matching Allroad H2Out pants are going for $430.
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