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Forcefield Pro Jacket X-V with CE2 Armor

After a decade of working in the motorsports industry, I’ve managed to collect enough riding jackets to clothe a small army. Some came with used bikes I’ve purchased, others I found abandoned in a dusty corner at the dealership where I worked. Then there are a few of what we like to call at ADVMoto HQ, the “1KJs,” or $1,000-dollar jackets. We wear jackets for several reasons: style, utility, abrasion resistance, comfort, and safety. To me, the most important feature separating the jackets is the quality of the armor.

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Features What We’ve Learned - 5 Lessons Learned From the Road • World Travel for Millennials - 9 Reasons We Just Did It Ride Reports Wheelies and Temples: Four Months in the Land of the Rising Sun • Oman, an Enduro Wonderland • 7,300 Solo Miles on an Omega Husqvarna 701 Event Reports ADVWoman Rendezvous ADV News Impressive new motorcycles for 2019 • AIMExpo 2018 highlights from Las Vegas • 2018 Monster Energy Cup yields million dollar winners and a firstever backflip Product Reviews Nemo Chogori P2 mountaineeringstyle tent • Forcefield Pro Jacket X-V with CE2 armor • Lectron Gen II 4-stroke carburetor • Magura HYMEC clutch for Honda’s Africa Twin • Rocky Creek Designs’ Phone Mount Rider Profile Moto Wonder Woman: Getting to Know Jocelin Snow Tuning Up The Main Issue with Fuel Injection and How to Prevent It

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