Speed And Strength: The Quick And The Dead

Speed And Strength: The Quick And The Dead

With the roll out of The Quick And The Dead collection from Speed and Strength, it’s ‘Survival Of The Fastest’ in 2016. Featuring the one of a kind ‘The Quick And The Dead‘ leather vest, equipped with the Armed Response Dual Carry System ($ 199.95) and the all new SS1310 Quick And The Dead helmet ($ 159.95), it’s a call to arms for all those putting their safety on the front lines.

The Quick and the Dead leather motorcycle vest from Speed and Strength has a premium cowhide leather frame with perforated panels and a low restriction collar. The jacket features a removable Vault C.E. approved spine protector and a Lockdown waist adjuster for a secure fit. It boasts an Armed Response concealed carry speed & strengthpocket and comes with a removable Armed Response open carry side holster.

  • Premium cowhide leather frame
  • Removable VAULT C.E. approved spine protector
  • Perforated leather panels
  • Low restriction collar
  • LOCKDOWN waist adjuster
  • Rear access panel for patching
  • ARMED RESPONSE concealed carry pocket
  • Removable ARMED RESPONSE open carry side holster

Speed and Strength continues to carve out it’s place in American motorcycling with the release of the America Rising leather jacket. Made in the U.S.A. the jacket is built with a premium cowhide leather frame, heavy-duty metal hardware and features the Armed Response™ concealed carry system ($ 599.95). It’s low maintenance for high mileage.

The Spring launch also marks the introduction of the all new line of half helmets. Featuring the Drop Visor Design SS410, the SS310 with Airstrike Plus ventilation and the lightweight, low-profile SS210. Included in the lineup of new helmets are the SS4000 Carbon Fiber ($ 399.95), the fiberglass SS3000 (starting at $ 239.95) and the SS1310 (starting at $ 139.95).

View the Speed and Strength The Quick And The Dead Collection.

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