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Halvarssons Seventy jacket in black
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Halvarssons Seventy jacket in black (HAL519)

Now £279.00Was £339.00

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Product Information

The stylish Seventy jacket in red from Halvarssons not only looks great but boasts some great features; it is made from a washed, supple goatskin leather and is reinforced with HI-ART technology to reduce abrasion, in test it wears better in a skid than Kevlar. There is also triple stitching to minimise tearing on high impact areas. The jacket comes with adjustable CE approved armour which can be supplemented further with CE back protectors. The jacket can be attached to any of Halvarsson's trousers that have a connecting zipper.

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Specification

  • Goat hide leather, washed
  • HI-ART reinforced
  • Triple stitched
  • Adjustable CE approved armour

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Reviews

SW - Ride Magazine: Product Review

I’m of an age where I feel black leather jackets should all have red linings- it should be the law. This retro-look jacket from Scandinavian kit giants Halvarssons was inspired by a jacket they made in the 1970s (hence the name) and has all the period cues, from the luscious red lining to the neat single-pooper neck and the artfully pre-aged red detail stripe on the sleeve. In terms of safety, though, it’s a thoroughly modern garment. There’s CE armour in shoulders and elbows, with Halvarssons’ HI-ART (high Abrasion Resistant Textile) material also used inside the leather to reinforce those key areas. There is no back protector, but there is a pocket for the Halvarssons L2 Secure CE Level 2 insert back protector (£54) or one you already have. It’s sealed with a single chunky solid silver zip, the cuffs and three external pockets using similarly substantial zips. There are two inside pockets and a connector zip to attach it to trousers. The washed goatskin feels light but tough and the whole jacket has a real quality feel. The fit is snug without being restrictive on the bike: it is like a second skin. All of which is reassuring, but really this is stuff you check after having fallen for the jacket’s look- that’s what sold it to me. I can’t wait for warmer weather and more chances to wear it.

Tony Paskin: Mr

The Jacket is on the small side of sizing so suggest you order 2 sizes up. Its tight on the shoulders & a little short in the arms. Good looking jacket and built well. re- ordered 2 sizes up.../ rated it 3 as got miss led by European sizing first time then too small second time so 3 time luck i hope

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