CE certified level 2 Komine shoulder and elbow protectors.
Mechanically activated via the use of a detachable lanyard system.
Has the benefit of avoiding unexpected airbag activation and the hassle of changing batteries.
Simple installation system meaning you can be back on the road in less than 2 minutes.
CO2 canister used for inflation. Requires replacement after use.
Available in 60cc. Cheap and easy to install.
Soft neoprene collar for increased comfort around the neck.
Generous mesh panels provide maximum ventilation.
High-quality durable external fabrics: Cordura, mesh, Polyamid and leather reinforcements.
Removable thermal, waterproof and windproof liner.
High-quality fully adjustable fastenings.
Capable of with-standing numerous inflations.
Large amount of adjustment allowing for the perfect fit over any of your motorcycle gear.
Interior and exterior pockets.
Every person’s size and shape are different. Our size charts are presented for information only. We recommend that you do not wear an airbag if you weigh less than 35 kg.
|Sizes(cm)||XS||S||M||L||XL||L-L||XL-L||2XL||3XL||4XL||How to measure?|
|Height||155-175||160-180||165-185||170-190||175-195||180-200||180-205||A. Measure from the floor to the top of your head.|
|Chest Line||75-95||80-100||85-105||90-110||95-115||100-120||105-125||B. Measure horizontally around the fullest part of your chest, under the armpits.|
|Waist Line||70-90||75-95||80-100||85-105||90-110||95-115||100-120||C. Measure horizontally around your abdominalat the narrowestpoint.|
|Hip Line||80-100||85-105||90-110||95-115||100-120||105-125||110-130||D. Measure the circumference, from pelvic bone to pelvic bone, at the widest part of your hips.|
|Back Length||40-60||45-65||50-70||55-75||60-80||65-85||70-90||E. While standing upright, measure the distance between the lower neck and the tailbone.|
|Arm Length||50-60||52-63||55-65||57-68||60-70||62-73||65-75||F. Distance between the summit of your upper-arm and your wrist bone.|
|Canister||60cc||60cc||60cc||60cc||60cc||60cc||60cc||The canister size must fit the airbag size.|
It is important to choose the right size of your airbag for optimal protection. For this, we advise you follow our size chart. Hint: measuring your back is important and a good indication to finding the right size. Please note that this Airbag Safety Jacket should always be worn over your normal clothing and any additional safety gear you use. You should therefore only take your measurements whilst wearing your normal riding attire.
All replacement canisters can be purchased from our canisters section found in the main menu.
All replacement lanyards can be purchased from our lanyards section, found in Motorcycle Lanyards in the main menu.
Yes, as long as the airbag is in good condition with no holes or tears. It’s easy to do, you can reset the system in under 2 minutes, without sending your airbag system back to us. You simply need to replace the CO2 canister with a new one, available in our canisters section. Please read the manual and see the videos section on this page, showing how this is done.
No, once it is used you will need a replacement. All replacement canisters can be purchased from our canisters section found in the main menu.
All our airbag motorcycle safety jackets systems come with a 2 year warranty. You can extend this if you register the product within 3 months of purchase and have it serviced by us at the end of the first two years. This will give you an additional two years of warranty.
No constraint. For electronic models, remember to turn off the vest when you take this type of transport with your vest.
You may encounter some difficulties with the security services regarding the CO2 canisters used to inflate the airbag. According to the regulations (IATA Regulations – see download), you are authorised to fly with 2 gas canisters (the volume must be less than 200cc), in the cabin or in the hold. Even if the regulations allow it, it is possible that the security service or the airline refuses to let you board with it. We strongly recommend that you print the “IATA Regulations” and show this document to the security service or the airline during the control if they ask for more explanations. In any case, it is the airport security service and the airline that will make the final decision whether or not to accept the airbag on board.
Often each airline will have their own advice pages online, it is worth printing these out also as supplementary documentation.