Indian have released four new jackets as part of their 2017 Spring/Summer range, just in time for riding season.
Do any of the below jackets take your fancy?
Points for style will be awarded to the new Frontier Jacket, which features a distinctive quilted pattern across the shoulders and a contrasting brown suede collar. The outer material is water resistant and it has been finished with a brushed cotton effect. Protection comes from CE armour in the shoulders and elbows and a removable thermal liner and hidden vents help keep temperatures regulated. The Frontier comes with a retail price of £209.99.
The Oscar Jacket is the second of the four to be released and is a casual offering in the style of a shirt. It’s made from waxed cotton and features a quilted lining with an embroidered Indian logo on the back. The collar of the jacket also has a snap-down button to ensure that it stays in place while riding. The Oscar comes with a retail price of £125.99.
The Scout and 1901
The final two jackets in the range hint at Indian's extensive history. Both feature Indian logos on the front and back of the jackets. Both are made from polyester and are water resistant and breathable. The Scout is branded quite obviously towards those who may ride an Indian model bearing the same name, whereas the 1901 ties in with Indian’s return to Flat Track racing in America this year. Both jackets come with a price tag of £125.99.
For more information visit: www.indianmotorcycle.co.uk