Carbolex®, material – a high performance
fabric - 40% more abrasion resistant than nylon and 60% more abrasion
resistant than standard polyester. Products made of Carbolex® materials
are easy to care for and are long lasting. There are many different forms
of Carbolex® materials, the difference in the materials are described
by their denier, or weight of the weave. There is a wide range of denier,
from 300 – 1200, the heavier the weave, the higher the denier and
Ballistic weave – Thicker material used mostly
in the high impact areas.
360 Phoslite reflective – Reflective material
used for piping and logo
Shock Cord Ventilation – Internal cord used to
pull vents open, increasing ventilation. Cord located inside chest pockets
that pulls the bottom of the chest vent down allowing more air to be
scooped into jacket.
C.E. Approved Armor – The C.E. seal on armor
means it complies with the minimum standards for health and safety in
Europe for impact protection.
Aquatherm Liner – Waterproof jacket with 100gm
polyfill quilted liner zipped into it.
Pipeline Ventilation – Venting system that allows
air to pass through while channeling water away.
Kevlar® - Kevlar is one of the strongest materials
available. Kevlar® is extremely abrasion resistant and flexible.
It is woven from aramide and nylon fibers. The melting point of Kevlar ® is
450°C and is five times stronger than steel.
If you are unsure about your size, the following measuring instructions
can help determine an accurate number of the given body part. It is better
to have someone measure you, rather than to try and measure yourself.
Our Sizing Charts can be found here.
Chest –Measure the circumference of the fullest
part of the chest. This is usually around the front and back, just under
Sleeve – Begin with your arms hanging naturally
at your side. Take the tape and measure from the middle of the neck,
down the arm to the wrist.
Men’s Waist – Measure the circumference
of the area in which you are comfortable wearing pants.
Ladies Waist – Measure the circumference of the
waist, where the bend naturally occurs.
Ladies Hips – Measure the circumference of the
hips at their fullest point.
Inseam – Measure from the crotch down to the
bone that juts out on the ankle.
Hand – With your hand open, measure the circumference
around the front and back of the palm