Product Review – Spidi Summer Net Lady Jacket
Spidi Summer Net Lady Jacket Review
The Spidi (pronounced speedy) Summer Net Lady Jacket is a great alternative for hot weather rides. It is comprised of a combination of mesh and textile panels. Mesh is not the most protective option overall, but Spidi does a pretty good job of balancing safety and comfort for around town in this stylish light weight motorcycle riding jacket.
The jacket has a nice feminine cut with two forms of adjustment, waist and hips and is long enough to cover your back when riding. It comes with shoulder and elbow armor, but no back protector and no liner – both are available separately. The sizing seems pretty accurate, I am 5′-0″, 105# and the XS fits me well. The pricing is comparable to it’s competitors Dainese. At the time of this review, the price was $199 at Revzilla. It comes in Ice (white), black and fushia/white.
Check out the video, then see pics below for closer look at the jacket details.
Here are the technical details from the Spidi website:
– High strength outer fabric
– EN1621-1 certified Multitech protectors on shoulders
– EN1621-1 certified Forcetech protectors on elbows
– Optional Warrior Back protector EN1621-2 Lev.1 certified
– 2 outside pockets
– 1 inside pocket
– Zip expansions on hips
– Adjustment straps on sides
– Pant clip for attachment to casual pants
– Ready for optional H2Out waterproof/breathable membrane
– Ready for optional thermo lining
-Weight: kg. 1,30
Overall, I love the jacket. It has a great stylish look, great airflow and good protection. The shoulder armor pockets should have been better designed, they tend to need a lot of readjusting and also be prepared to spend extra for the back protector and liner if you don’t already have ones that could work.
Let me know if you have any questions or have tried this jacket yourself, we would love to know what you think!