Maximum VentilationThe Corbett Off-Road Suit is constructed completely of heavy-duty 3D mesh. This offers uninterrupted air-flow while on the move. Off-Road riding requires a constant stream of air to cool you down while wearing heavy body armour.
Dual layer Cordura on Impact zonesThere is a primary layer of abrasion-resistant and tear-resistant Cordura Nylon 6.6 on all impact zone. This nylon shell is highly durable compared to the polyester fabric generally found on jackets and has excellent protection against UV degradation.
Zipper Wrist ClosureThe wrist has zippered closure with auto-lock YKK slider that prevents the zip to open up accidentally. The hem of the sleeve has a soft neoprene fabric to offer a smooth edge on the fabric. Having a zippered wrist opening allows you to adjust the wrist constraint based on individual preference.
Tappered shin for comfort inside the MX bootsThe low profile design of the shin section reduces the bulk accumulation of the fabric. This makes wearing the pants inside the boots comfortable and without further irritation.
Organizing PocketsThere are strategically placed vertical chest pocket for mobile/timecard and a horizontal pocket for a snack or wallet. These are ventilated mesh pockets that do not hinder the air-flow.
Knee-Brace compatibleThe pre-curved knees of the Corbett pants is designed to accommodate a bulkier knee-brace without any restriction while moving on the bike. This also means you have sufficient space for the traditional knee guards.
Rear Cargo PocketA large cargo pocket at the back of the jacket is big enough to accommodate a rain gear. Storing a light yet volumetric item at the rear bottom end allows your to carry the bare essentials without any discomfort.
Stretch panel in groin regionA truly one of a kind design of the stretch panel on the groin area allows you to effortlessly move your legs on the bike. Whether it's getting on and off the bike or stretching the leg forward while entering the corner.
Silicon panel for better gripSilicon panels on the inside of the knee make it easier to grip the tank. This is extremely crucial when riding off-road. Especially when saddling on the bike, it's important to take control of the bike by grabbing the tank with your knee.
Stretch Panels for Maximum FlexibilityNeoprene stretch fabric behind the shoulder blades gives you the freedom to move comfortably on the bike. A strategically positioned stretch panel allows you to move your torso freely while saddling or cornering.
Outer-Shell designCorbett off-road outer shell is designed to be worn over the hard shell or a soft shell body armour. The Corbett itself does not come with any armour or pockets to insert armour. The
Ratchet closure for better adjustabilityThe main closure is a ratchet mechanism that makes it extremely easy to operate and has much better adjustability.
Things to keep in mind to ensure the measurements are taken correctly - It will be helpful to have a family member or a friend take the measurements - Please use flexible tape only, like a tailor’s tape - All the measurements must be in the same units, whether cm or inches - You should be wearing the armour you wish to use the Corbett over while taking measurements. If you have multiple types of body armour then use the bulkiest armour to take the measurements.
STEP 1 - Measure using a tailor's tape There are two key measurements that you need to take into consideration for figuring out your jacket size.
A) Chest - Wrap the tape measure around the widest part of the chest and do not inhale while taking the measurement. Tape measure over your chest should be comfortable i.e. not too tight or loose. Keep your arms loose on the sides, and breathe in normally.
B) Waist - Measure the circumference of your waist over the belly button. Keep the tape parallel to the ground, not too loose or too tight.
STEP 2 - Find your jacket size by checking measurements against the size chart provided - If both the measurements do not fall in one particular size - use the larger of the two measures to choose the jacket size. - If the two measurements are on the border line between two sizes, choose the one that offers a preferred fit i.e. sporty fit (lower size) or comfort fit (higher size) depending on your preference. Remember, each brand has its own body size charts, so do check the chart before you select the size. Click here to watch a video explaining these steps
Things to keep in mind to ensure the measurements are taken correctly - It will be helpful to have a family member or a friend take the measurements - Please use flexible tape only, like a tailor’s tape - All the measurements must be in the same units, whether cm or inches - You should be wearing the armour you wish to use the Corbett over while taking measurements, like the armoured shorts and the knee brace.
STEP 1 - Measure using a tailor's tape There are two key measurements that you need to take into consideration for figuring out your pants size.
A) High hip - Wrap the tape around your belt line. Keep the tape parallel to the ground, not too loose or too tight.
B) Widest part of the knee brace with the knees bent.
STEP 2 - Find your pants size by checking measurements against the size chart provided - You can check the body size chart provided on our website to see which size is closest to you. - Once you place the order our team will get in touch with your to check and confirm the size once more before making the pants. Remember, each brand has its own body size charts, so do check the chart before you select the size. Click here to watch a video explaining these steps
Since the Corbett off-road suit is made to order for you, unfortunately it cannot be returned or exchanged with any other product. During the manufacturing process, we will ensure you get the suit that fits you well.