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Rukka Forsair Pro jacket review

Published on: 30 March 2020

The Rukka Forsair Pro is like a mesh jacket on steroids. The problem with most mesh jackets is that they’re not particularly protective. Most of them are simply going to fall apart in any kind of accident at more than 30mph. The Forsair Pro is made from a 750 denier Cordura for strength, but on this garment the Cordura is knitted rather than woven, allowing it to flow almost twice as much air. What’s more, every single panel of the jacket is going to flow air. There’s no vented or mesh jacket out there that’s going to flow more air. It will zip into any Rukka, or Halvarssons, pant and that’s been important for our commuting customers who often commute in Rukka over the winter, and then want to zip in a cooler option for the hottest days. Now, since it was released, the Forsair Pro has gained a competitor, and it’s the Marrakesh jacket from Klim. The Chap in the Cap explains all. He tells you what’s better about the Klim, and what’s better about the Rukka. The final choice, of course, is up to you. But watch the video. It should answer most of your questions.

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