Spidi – MetropoleSPIDI Metropole is a mid length jacket ideal for urban commuter riders. The Warrior Lite protectors, certified EN 1621-1: 2012, the H2Out membrane and the Thermore® thermal quilt make this jacket suitable for any kind of use, especially in very cold conditions.

Urban commuting is a necessity and a pleasure at the same time. With this very concept in mind, SPIDI Safety Lab engineers and stylists started designing and developing Metropole, an outstanding motorcycle jacket masterfully combining two different worlds: practicality and style.

Crafted using premium quality Tenax Polyamide fabric, Metropole features EN1621-1 certified Warrior Lite protectors on shoulders and elbows, with the possibility to equip a variety of SPIDI EN1621-2 Lev.1 and Lev.2 certified Warrior Back protectors. On the inside, the well known H2Out waterproof and breathable membrane with taped seams provides an excellent protection from rain, snow and wind, while the Thermore® insulating technology makes its debut in the motorcycle commuting world. And it couldn’t be a more impressive debut, as Metropole is really able to face the worst weather conditions with ease.

With 5 outer pockets and 2 internal waterproof pockets, Metropole is ideal for carrying the most common devices needed downtown, like a smartphones, small tablets, cameras and more, as the removable waterproof hood comes in handy when facing rain while walking down the streets.

Available in green and black colors, SPIDI Metropole is the next big thing for downtown riders.

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More info: https://www.spidi.com/ww_en/metropole.html

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