Scorpion Hellion Men’s Textile Jacket Review

The Scorpion Hellion Men’s Textile Jacket is a stylish option for the rider who is looking for a durable all-season riding jacket.  The outershell is constructed of tough 750 denier Nylon for water protection.  A waterproof, seam-sealed, non-removable membrane also exists underneath the exterior shell for added protection against rain.  This jacket is truly 100% waterproof.  A non-removable fully-sleeved thermal liner is also included inside the  Hellion Men’s Textile Jacket, making it suitable for cold weather riding.  When the weather heats up there are four waterproof zippered vents on the front and rear of the jacket designed to maximize airflow through the jacket.  There is also a thin perforated nylon liner inside the Hellion Textile Jacket to further facilitate airflow, making for cool and comfortable rides on hot summer days.
To keep the critical areas of the torso safe from impact, the Hellion Textile Jacket has CE approved Exo-Tec ventilated armor on the elbows and shoulders.  There is also a back compartment for P.E. approved back padding.  To improve overall safety, the Hellion Jacket has reflective trimming on the arms and back for nighttime visibility.  Two hand warmers, along with two interior pockets are included on the Hellion Jacket for storage.  For a secure fit, stretch panels exist on the shoulders and back.  If you have a pair of riding pants, they can be easily attached to the Hellion Jacket via a belt loop at the bottom of the jacket.   The Scorpion Hellion Men’s Textile Jacket’s tough waterproof outershell, thermal liner, and adjustable air vents make it the ideal choice for touring riders and everyday commuters.  Check out the Scorpion Hellion Men’s Textile Jacket and other men’s textile jackets on our website:!

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