Speed and Strength Seven Sins Textile Jacket
- Water resistant AR-600 textile frame
- Removable Knox C.E. approved shoulder and elbow protectors
- Removable dual density back protector
- “Speed Zip” controlled ventilation
- “Lockdown” waist adjuster
- Removable insulated vest liner
- Microfiber lined cuffs
- Belt loops for pant attachment
- Reflective trim
Read on for more details.
We checked the fit using our standard size mannequins and found them to fit very nicely. This jacket is sold in men’s alpha sizes so you can choose the size you normally wear in men’s clothing. The jackets have an average to slim cut and taper some from the chest size to the waist and they have side adjusters to help get a good fit at the waist. If you have a bit of a belly/waist you can check and make sure that your measurement doesn’t exceed about 5 inches less than the chest size stated below. Example: a size large jacket will handle a 45” max chest and about a 40” max belly.
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Our Two Cents
The Seven Sins jacket is a textile jacket with simple styling, something we don’t always see from Speed and Strength. I personally like the toned-down nature of the graphics on this jacket. It’s sharp but doesn’t scream a message at you. The jacket comes with C.E. approved shoulder and elbow protectors from Knox, which is impressive in a jacket in this price range. Knox has long been known for producing a very high quality product. A dual density back protector completes the armor package. There are zippered vents to allow some cooling airflow and an insulated vest liner for colder temps. There are several colors to choose from and we’re glad to see a Hi-Vis option. We’ve seen this color option getting higher sales than any others in those styles that offer it. The White and Camo versions are also novel. We took some very nice close-up shots of this jacket and its features. You can see those by taking the “View Larger Images” link above.
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