Australian motorcycle clothing company Draggin has once again proved that hipster fashion need not get in the way of protection. Their fashionable Roo Hoody would not look out of place on a rat bike, custom bobber or Harley Dark Custom yet it also has 4.4 seconds of abrasion resistance. Like all Draggin products it’s actually been crash tested and they claim they are the only motorcycle company in Australia to have proper DuPont licensing. The Roo Hoody is made from Draggin’s RoomotoTM protective fabric with a DuPont Kevlar Dyneema liner. It also has removable DFFUSE CE-approved armour in the elbows, shoulder and back to take the knocks of an “off”. The Roo Hoody has an easy-pull zipper, adjustable and removable hood, and the sleeves include a thumbhole cuff so your gloves sit neatly underneath the cuff.See alsoBike accessoriesGear/accessoriesFinn Update Helmet Intercom Speakers Adjustable toggles in the waistband should make a snug fit while riding so it doesn’t flap around. There are also deep internal pockets for your valuables ad two external hand pockets. Draggin Roo Hoody is available in sizes small to 3XL from $199 including armour.