Jerseys, jackets, pants, and boots – they all provide protection on your ride, but did you know there is still more you can do to avoid serious injury? Protective gear is a great addition to every riding ensemble, greatly enhancing your safety and security.
When it comes to protective gear, there are a lot of options. A great thing about the additional security is that it applies to a wide variety of activities. So, if you indulge in more than one type of riding, you can utilize some of the same gear – protection is protection. With base-layer shorts and shirts, body armor, protection jackets, and vests, you can pick the most comfortable and effective method for you personally. Another great benefit of protective gear is that most parts can be easily replaced. We stock and ship several brands of knee/elbow reinforcers, hip protectors, elbow armor, etc., so browse our collection if you’re ever looking to update your gear. The simple, extra layer could make all the difference in an accident.
Staying safe on your ride is all about being prepared, so take some time today to get familiar with our selection of protective gear. Reliable and durable, any new gear you order from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC will have you feeling comfortable and secure, ready to handle the unexpected twists and turns of your ride.
Morgan in ID
Great fit but washing it is a challenge. Looks like you should take out the pads, but when I did, an elbow pad broke a corner off - so now I just soak the whole thing. Kind of expensive too, but it's a breathable and light protection option.Read All Reviews
Megan in WA
So my BF bought one for dirt biking about 3 years ago? he recently asked for another for Christmas so he doesn't have to cart it back and forth to our cabin during snowmobiling season, as he is also an avid snowmobiler and snow biker, who is often out in rough terrain. While he still gets some bumps and bruises it's nothing compared to what he would have without it. But that's the price you play for playing hard! GET SOME!Read All Reviews
David in OH
I think it runs a little on the small side but when I removed the back protection it fit very well. I use a backpack and didn't want the back armor so it's very comfortable that way. I rode 50 miles of ruff trail Monday and it was not noticeable at all. It was only 55 deg. though and may prove to be hot this summer. I can't say anything about durability because I only used it once.Read All Reviews
Tamara in CA
It has a lot of protection which I like. It's comfortable however the back armor rubs on your spine. It needs a little more padding. After a couple of days of riding it begins to bother me. But it is surprisingly cool. Also the video is wrong. It's very easy to put on by yourself. Just flip the armor over your head after zipping up the front. Don't undo the top straps.Read All Reviews