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Old 12-04-2012, 07:22 AM   #12
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First of - some detailed pictures

rear view (better shot showing profile coming tmrw)

Arm Adjustment Snaps:

Snap Details - three positions

Waterproof rear pouch (open)

Clear pocket on arm

elbow details showing stretch panel and SuperFabric

back details

Waterproof front pocket (open)

front pocket and the waist adjustment straps

shoulder stretch panels

rear pouch

rear pouch (open)

The pictures also highlight the attention to detail and overall quality of this top-class jacket....

Now to answer some questions

Originally Posted by kevinj View Post
Unless your early adopter offer is too good to ignore..
It definitely will be

Originally Posted by kevinj View Post
And unless you get the kevlar jacket going first.
Thats a bit far off... we are still researching and experimenting

Originally Posted by kevinj View Post
Keep the innovative spirit alive - great to see products getting better every year :).
thank u for the support

Originally Posted by kevinj View Post
PS I clicked on the Sas-tec link and I noticed that it has expanded and contains more information t... There are now impact measurements for the exact pieces of armor that are used in the jacket. ...
Thanks for making this information easy to find.
we always try to be as transparent as possible. Sas-Tec armor is seriously amazing - protective yet comfortable

Originally Posted by Adrian V View Post
Does that mean that it will fit a neck brace with the collar removed?
No. This means the collar can be snapped to the side so the neck strap wont bother you. The above pictures are of a final prototype that is final in every way except the collar and logos. The collar on the production models is exactly same as the Navigator. You can snap it on each side for a comfortable ride and increased airflow. The reason we went with this collar is because when you do decide to layer up, a collar become essential for insulating yourself.

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