The best continues to get better. The Prime racewear has served at the forefront of Motocross and Supercross around the globe since 2014 and shows no signs of slowing down. After thousands of test hours and feedback from THOR's elite athletes, they have elevated the construction and flexibility of Prime Collection. The updated 2022 chassis features all-new lightweight and abrasion-tolerant materials to improve the breathability and flexibility of the kit.
- All-new chassis for 2022.
- In-Motion fabric main construction provides mobility and durability.
- Precise-fit ratchet closure system at waist.
- Side cinch system for precision waist adjustment.
- Laser cut holes for ventilation.
- Strategically placed vented mesh panels.
- Premium grade full-grain leather inner knee panels.
- Athletic mesh liner with Spandex stretch panel.
- Ultra-lightweight pre-curved chassis design.
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