Overview of Scorpion Black Influx Jacket - 14301-4
Fully ventilated mesh sport jacket with removable wind blocking liner.
Scorpion’s Influx replaces our best-selling Eddy jacket as our new core product for warmer climates at a sub $200 price point. A combination of mesh and 3D spacer mesh panels allow for maximum ventilation. Durable 600 denier polyester and SAS-TEC® CE certified armor was added to the elbows and shoulders along with an EVA foam back protector. For increased nighttime visibility, we have included large areas of NightViz® reflective material on the torso, arms, and shoulders. Accordion stretch panels on the shoulders and elbows allow for a full range of motion without restriction and adjustment tabs on the arms and waist ensure a perfect fit. Two external hand pocket as well as large internal cell phone / media pockets and headphone loops allow you to carry modern necessities. The wind-blocking AirGuard® liner can be zipped in when temperatures get cooler. The Influx jacket is a fully featured, timeless addition to any riders’ wardrobe.
Two types of ventilated poly mesh fabrics for maximum airflow
600 denier poly panels at elbows and shoulders
SAS-TEC® CE certified SC1/02 removable armor at elbows and shoulders
Back protector pocket with PE foam pad included. (Also fits optional SAS-TEC® SC-1/15 10mm back protector)
Removable full sleeve AirGuard® windproof liner
NightViz® reflective areas on torso, arms, and shoulders for increased night time visibility
Arm adjustment tabs and adjustable waist straps for a fine tuned fit
YKK main closure zipper with Scorpion TPR zipper puller
Lightweight perforated lining for maximum airflow
8” #5 YKK zipper works with Scorpion Trey or Scorpion Drafter II pants
Jacket belt loop strap and snap can attach to any jeans with belt loop.
I work on a military base which means I'm forced to dress like Liberace if I want to ride. I like everything about the Eddy jacket (in white/orange) except that it is white and orange and REALLY branded. This jacket (in black) is tasteful and not so branded. It fits the same and has generous pockets. I haven't given it fully excellent ratings on protection and durability because I haven't used it that much yet (the Eddy has been very durable/survived lots of washing) The liner makes it a good all-weather jacket, and w/out the liner it's fantastic in 100+ heat; it keeps the sun off of you and lets the breeze right through.