features a durable,
dual-layer, stretch-nylon chassis that
is both waterproof and breathable.
Moose gives the XCR seven different
zippered intake and exhaust vents to
accurately regulate body temperature.
Super-durable, high-denier nylon panels
are placed in high-wear areas to extend
life, and an ergonomic sleeve design
combines with stretch panels for the
most comfortable, no-bind fit.
The XCR features an internal polyester
mesh liner that wicks away moisture and
improves comfort. The XCR is available
in black, and it folds away into its own
pocket to become a wearable fanny
pack in questionable conditions.
MOOSE RACING XCR PANT
Available in black.
Moose has a similarly designed
XCR pant to complement its jacket. It,
too, features a dual-layer stretch-nylon
chassis with zippered intake and exhaust
vents. Pre-curved knees deliver a
no-bind fit in the riding position and adds
full-grain-leather knee and leg panels
for resistance to exhaust pipe burns.
Sizes: 30–48 inches
than the XCR,
nylon shell. The
Expedition is full
features like its
and a compact self-storage
system where the jacket folds into a
fanny pack. Comfort is top-notch with its
fleece-lined collar, hand-warmer pockets,
an internal poly mesh liner and well-
Pass is a
PRO CE Level 2 shoulder and elbow
protection and D30 VIPER1 CE-approved
back protection. The Monarch offers
extreme versatility with a removable,
insulated internal vest. Features like
a waterproof map pocket, neck and
bottom cinch cords, and four waterproof
pockets for critical ride items. The
Monarch features a zippered inside
pocket with media cord port and an
expandable-back hydration pocket with
internal tube port. It’s named after a
Colorado mountain pass in the primo
riding area of Taylor Park/Gunnison.
shock-absorption armor in the shoulders,
elbows and back. A high-tech, heavy-duty, Dry-XCTM-treated, 600d nylon outer
shell is both waterproof and breathable.
Even tougher 840d ballistic nylon panels
are used in high-wear areas, and Flashlite
reflective panels, piping and printing
improve visibility in dim-light conditions.
The Alterra’s Hyperflo ventilation system
is comprised of nine functional vents and
six cinch straps at the sleeves/body to
customize the fit.
The Alterra has seven external pockets,
including two fleece-lined hand warmers.
Inside you will find four internal chest
pockets. Oversized, two-way zippers
with a storm flap and rain gutter for dry,
trouble-free function. Available in black or
MSR TRANS JAK
Trans Jak has been
around for many
have kept it a staple
in many gear bags. A
designed to let you
move freely yet control
body comfort and
temperature with even
the most aggressive
riders. The body is
comprised of 420-
denier nylon with
in the elbows and
shoulders. A heavy
polyurethane coating is
used to keep the fabric water-resistant.
Zippered vents are found in the front and
back, and it features four front and two
internal pockets. The fleece-lined hand-warmer pockets have internal shock cord
adjusters, and the pleated lower back
pocket adds even more storage. The
Trans Jak is designed to be worn over a
roost deflector and is available in black.