Moose Racing is one of only a couple of companies that includes their
vented gear as an all-year release and
not just a spring release. The Sahara
line is also one of the most ventilated
on the market. The Sahara jersey features a polyester mesh contraction,
Moose Racing’s polyester mesh jersey is
designed for maximum airflow and features a lightweight stretch collar.
The Sahara glove is lightweight, has a
stretch, slip-on design fit, and retails for
Moose Racing’s Sahara line is available
in six different colorways for adults and
four different colorways for youth riders
With the Trans-Am line, AXO is
going for that classic vintage look
but providing the latest in high-tech
apparel technology. Trans-AM is only
available in two colorways: black with
red, white and blue accents or white
with red, blue and black accents. The
black jersey is 100 percent polyester
construction, while the white jersey is
a mesh fabric, both having their own
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The Trans-Am jersey is available in
black and white, featuring a 100-percent
polyester mesh fabric.
AXO’s Padlock glove features an over-the-top TPR wrist closure and a padded palm with ventilation on top and
through the fingers.
Trans-Am by AXO gives you a throwback look with all the technology of
modern-day riding apparel.
stretch collar with neck taping, and a
custom lightweight stretch-cuff design.
A tacky silicone print on the lower
back of the jersey helps secure it in
the pant. The Sahara pant has a ventilated nylon/polyester construction with
oversized knee area lined with genuine
leather panels and reinforced with
high-denier nylon in high-wear areas.
The entire Husqvarna factory off-road
team will be wearing Moose Racing
apparel during the 2014 season.
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unique feel. Both retail for $48. The
Trans-Am pant, on the other hand,
only differs in color and is identical in
design, featuring perforated panels in
the front, a nylon construction, leather
inner-knee panels, sublimated graphics and TPR logos. EnduroCross stars
Geoff Arron and Brian Roper are just
among a couple of AXO-sponsored
off-road riders for 2014.