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New DRIFT Gear for 2012


(9/9/2011)

DRIFT Racing JacketDRIFT Racing Pant

This is the same jacket/pant combo that P.J. Wanderscheid and Ryan Simons wore to capture their titles last season.

Built light and comfortable, the new Drift Racing Suit from DRIFT Racing is ideal for hard-charging trail and mountain riders. Both the jacket and pant are non-insulated and made from waterproof/breathable D-Tex-coated nylon with a mesh lining and multiple zippered air vents for custom climate control. The adjustable, removable suspenders are easily removed to convert into waist-high pants. Available in S – 3XL sizes. The MSRP is $189.95 U.S./$219.95 Canada for the jacket, and $169.95 U.S./$194.95 Canada for the pants. 

 

DRIFT Road Hog JacketDesigned to look great now and five years down the trail, the new men’s Road Hog Jacket from DRIFT Racing delivers high-perf features at a great price. The waterproof and breathable D-Tex-coated nylon outer shell features 360° reflective trim, and is matched by 100 grams of Unifil insulation for warmth and dryness. A removable zip-out liner also features 100 grams of Unifil for added versatility. And dual hand warmer pockets are matched by an internal MP3 player pocket with tangle-free neck cord system. It’s available in S – 3XL sizes in Black, Lime, Orange, Red or Blue. The MSRP is $199.95 U.S./$$229.95 Canada.

 

DRIFT Girl Jacket

 

Shaped and engineered specifically for women, the new Drift Girl Jacket from DRIFT Racing delivers great style and cozy warmth. The 200-grams of Unifil insulation translates into winter-wearing comfort. Side waist zippers enable an adjustable fit, and a convenient MP3 player pocket features a tangle-free neck cord system. Two hand warmer pockets are matched by a pocket on the sleeve and another inside the jacket. Available in Black, Red or Blue in XS – 2XL sizes. The MSRP is $149.95 U.S./$174.95 Canada.

 

Available now at North American powersports dealers via www.driftracing.com.



Comments (10):

John Zanon says:
9/10/2011 11:18:00 PM

John Zanon also won a 3rd straight Eagle River Snocross World Championship in Plus 40 wearing the same gear!
Thanks John!!!
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