Scorpion Women's Fury Jacket

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    Scorpion Women's Fury Jacket

    A motorcycle survival jacket, the Scorpion Women’s Fury jacket is the one to take you just a couple miles or to push your riding endurance to the max. Rugged enough on its own, Scorpion nonetheless outfitted the Fury with CE armor, vents in the arms, chest and back, and two full length liners, one for cold and one for water. And with storage spaces abounding, haul all the things you need on the ride.
    • High density 600D outershell
    • Exo-Tec® CE approved ventilated armor for elbows/shoulder
    • Everheat™ Thermal-Liner fully-sleeved
    • Removable waterproof/windproof liner
    • Back protector compartment with temper foam included
    • Water-resistant vents and adjustable back vent to control air-flow
    • Dual forearm vents - zippered to control air-flow
    • Reflective logos and panels for increased night visibility
    • 4-point torso adjustment system for a custom fit
    • Comfort collar trim - with removable storm collar
    • 10" pant connection zipper
    • Large waterproof storage pockets on front and back
    • 3 internal pockets for extra storage
    • Lightweight nylon perforated lining for maximum air flow

    View the MotorcycleUSA.com review of the Scorpion Women's Fury Jacket here: Scorpion Women's XDR Fury Jacket Review
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    Great jacket

    I purchased this as a gift for my wife and she loves it. The fit is European but the finish and function is unbeatable. We rode with various weather conditions but mostly sunny and high 80's. As longs as we were moving she said the jacket was comfortable. She has the Hi-Viz and you can see her from a mile away. She loves it.

    michael - July 29, 2014

    (Rockville, MD)

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    I think this coat is fantastic. It's pretty heavy and somewhat difficult to put on because of the two zippers, but it is truly warm. I rode the other night when it was 23 degrees. I felt just fine, though I cannot really comment how it holds up at highway speeds. But I have no fairings or windshield and I still felt pretty warm. My only complaint is that I got a medium based on the chart and the sleeves are a little too big. But Scorpion tends to make all their sleeves unusually big.

    Holly - December 24, 2013

    (Fort Collins, CO)

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    This is an amazing jacket. we had a rough start: the collar cut into my chin, the elbow pads felt misplaced and limiting, and the number of zippers/ snaps/ velcros just to get the thing closed seemed unnecessary and a nuisance. Thank goodness I let it grow on me. It has become my home-away-from-home. There's plenty of room for a sweater underneath, but I put it on over a light jacket to play in Wisconsin snow for a few hours and felt warm and cozy the whole time. The removable liner is the best, allowing me to still wear the jacket in mild weather. my bike's been in the shop way too long so I haven't done enough riding in it, but from the riding I did I was amazed that no wind got through. The elbows either broke in nice or I got used to them, because they don't bother me anymore. I can't zip-and-button the thing all the way up because it runs into my chin, but it still gives adequate cover, and I can still secure the storm collar, which is especially awesome and works ok with a helmet. And to close the thing you only really need to do up the main zipper, everything else is optional. The jacket is slightly too long and flares too much at the hips, but these are forgivable. (if you want to minimize bulk and don't care for layering, you might want to try a size down.) I get complimented on it everywhere I go. This is the A#1 jacket in my opinion, I wouldn't want any other.

    kalamighty - January 14, 2010

    (shadow hills, CA)
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