As an ATV owner, you know that quality equipment is one of the best ways to ensure that you have a great, safe time on your ride. You've already got a helmet to cover your head and protective boots to keep your feet and calves safe — but what happens if the weather suddenly takes a turn for the worse? Are you prepared in case you're caught in a sudden downpour? The right equipment can make the difference between a little rain ruining your whole ATV experience and a minor inconvenience.
Covered From The Elements
There is nothing quite as uncomfortable as being stuck in sopping wet clothes, especially if you're on an especially long ride. Rather than deal with soggy clothes for the rest of the day, check out rain gear for offroading. Full-body suits cover you from your neck to your ankles, and since all seams are tape-sealed then you are guaranteed a waterproof item. Fitting the suits over riding boots is no hassle thanks to the zippered pants that allow easy access for boots. Are you worried that you're going to get too hot? Since all ATV raingear on sale is lined with poly-mesh, then air circulation prevents excess moisture and allows your skin to breathe.
Although staying warm and dry is a top priority when you're in a rainstorm during your ATV cruise, visibility is equally important to ensure that other riders and drivers can see you. Neon yellow fabric (on some models) and high-visibility details on the suit ensure that whatever light shines on you is reflected back. Highly-reflective details can help to prevent an accident or another unfortunate event.
Close Fit For The Safest Product
A garment that fits snugly against your body is unlikely to slip and slide out of alignment, which means that a proper fit can help to protect you in bad weather. Since Mother Nature is wild and unpredictable, the lower leg hem, cuff and collar are all made with elastic to ensure that wind and water stay out. The arms are also made to be worn tight so that they don't flap in the breeze, so Velcro straps allow for adjustment.