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Unbeatable Riding Gear Deals On Sale Now at RevZilla

Unbeatable Riding Gear Deals On Sale Now at RevZilla

Helmets, jackets, shoes and pants, we found great sales on amazing motorcycle gear

From helmets and jackets to shoes and pants, we found some amazing riding gear deals for 2022. Best of all, it’s all on sale.

Let’s face it: That old leather riding jacket might be comfortable as hell, but is it really going to protect you if you go down? If your answer is “maybe,” it’s time to upgrade. Modern riding gear is more comfortable and safer than ever, with lighter, more aerodynamic materials that provide better protection than ever before.

If you’re ready for some riding gear deals in 2022, RevZilla has got you covered. The best part is, each and every item is marked down and priced to move right now.

Schuberth C3 Lite Modular Helmet—$100 Off

This budget version of the popular C3 Pro, the C3 Lite is aerodynamic, lightweight—and one of the quietest helmets you’ll ever wear. It’s got an integrated sun visor and ample airflow with a rear exhaust vent that facilitates a constant, cooling air stream through the helmet.  It’s available in all sizes in black, white, or silver. Regularly $449, pick yours up today for $349.

Roland Sands Ramone Vest—$75 Off

Made from heavy-gauge cotton duck with a corduroy collar, the hottest riding style on the road is now available in black, khaki, and charcoal. The front both zips and snaps close. At press time, all sizes in all colors were still available. It normally costs $175, but pick it up today and save a whopping 43 percent.

Iron Workers Rider Cargo Pants—21% Off

Whether you choose them in black or khaki, you’ll get heavy-duty denim with protective armor, a straight leg fit, and pre-curved legs for all-day riding comfort. You’ll also get 220gsm aramid lining for reinforcement at the knees, hips, and seat, triple-stitched seams, and reinforced belt loops. All that plus cargo pockets? We’re sold. They usually cost 140 bucks but are on sale for just $110 right now.

TCX Rook WP Boots—Save $100

Oiled nubuck leather gives a soft appearance while the T-Dry waterproof membrane keeps the rain out. Motorcycle-specific reinforcements include toe and heel protection plus shifter reinforcement that’s lacking from regular work boots. An Ortholite footbed and a rubber outsole complete the package. At 53 percent off, you can’t afford not to pick these up in either black or brown.

Roland Sands Ronin RS Signature Jacket—$185 Off

Its leather body is hand-oiled, hand-washed, and hand-waxed—then tumbled for a smooth and soft finish. You’ll appreciate the attention to detail, with a broken-in feel and an aggressive cut that combines the tailored torso with pre-curved sleeves. The RS Signature version takes the classic style of the original Ronin and marries it with CE-certified construction. CE-rated armor at the elbows and shoulders is included. It usually costs $725, so it’s not cheap—but then, the best never is. Hell, at this price, it’s a steal. It comes in tobacco or black.

Forma Swift Dry Shoes—Save $45

They’re styled like high-tops but with moto-specific protections and a waterproof Drytex lining. The upper is made from full-grain leather while a double density rubber sole with a shock-absorbing heel insert and reinforced ankle protections make it the ideal riding shoe. Unfortunately, it only comes in brown but at press time most sizes were still available. At 25 percent off, it’s time for a riding footwear upgrade.

Sedici Antonio Waterproof Gloves—$25 Off

With all this great gear, don’t sleep on the gloves. With a waterproof liner and 3M Thinsulate protection, the Antonios are great for when the ride is chillier than expected. Full leather construction, hard carbon knuckle protectors, and a reinforced ulna and fourth finger keep you secure. The index finger and thumb are touch screen compatible and it’s got visor wipers on both thumbs. They’re normally $80, but you can have them for $60.

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