Hawkeye UV

$499.00

Hawkeye UV

$499.00
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Key Features
  • CE approved AA* abrasion resistant leather garment for superior slide protection.
  • CE approved SAS-TEC Triple Flex Level 1 & 2 armor compatible.
  • Full-grain leather construction.
  • Carbon Black UV Arm stripes.
  • Accordion shoulder design for superior movement to the handlebars.
  • 'Action' back elastic enhances mobility, ensuring no restriction to movement.
  • Tapered fit for extra safety on the bike.
  • Gel injected embossed logos.
  • Size adjusters around the waist for comfort.
  • Two-way zips for comfort while riding and easy access to the inner jacket.
  • 2x Inner Stow pockets.
  • Thermo bomber & Thermo vest compatible.
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Product Description

Understated, yet striking in equal measure; the Hawkeye UV leather motorcycle jacket from Enginehawk makes both day and night its home. By utilising state-of-the-art Carbon Black UV reflective strips, this jacket enhances visibility in the darkness without compromising the aesthetic of the jacket in daylight. Made with full-grain leather, the quality of construction matches the level of detail, creating the perfect jacket for both on and off the bike.

Materials

  • Body: 100% genuine cowhide leather
  • Lining: 100% polyester
  • Sleeve Trim: 88% nylon + 12% polyurethane

Under the hood

We partnered with Europe's biggest manufacturer of PPE CE approved armour, SASTEC. All our jackets house triple flex level 1 or 2 back, shoulder, and elbow armour.

Our mission

Our mission is to save lives, on and off the bike. And make gear that kicks ass.

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