Please Don't Wear The Utility Belt. Dark Knight Replica Leather & Kevlar Motorcycle Suit.

Oh yes they did.
UD Replicas has created a replica of the Dark Knight's suit which features Kevlar inserts and adjustable sections making it a true motorcycle suit. Make no mistake, this is not a costume.

Without utility belt:

While paying tribute to all the on-screen design elements, the suit is engineered for the serious motorcycle rider (unless you don the gold utility belt, in which case you are a ridiculous motorcycle rider), offering a level of protection and flare the likes of which the Dark Knight himself would approve.


Sold as separates or the whole shebang, the form-molded leather with functional Kevlar details perfectly replicates the look of the on-screen armor (codpiece included) while being fully functional and everyday wearable riding gear. Limited to 350 suits (Thank God).

Jacket: $798.00:

Pants: $449.00:

Gloves: $98.00:

Boots: $219.00:

Available as a full suit combination or individual Jacket, Pant, Glove, Boot and Utility Pouch options.

•Strong edge seaming for all visible and hidden stitch work.
•Form molded hard and soft shell visible Kevlar details.
•Form Molded Leather detailing like never before.
•Jacket Sleeves feature Adjustable Leather Gauntlets.
•Breathable motorcycle grade Mesh Cordura base.
•Anti Skid Kevlar in glove palms.
•Removable CE Approved Body Armor in forearms/elbow, shoulder and back spine protector.
•Highly detailed, removable lightweight interior lining.
•Made from Grade A Cow Hide.
•Quality high-end accessories.

Sales Close: Aug 31st 2012 Delivery: 4th Quarter 2012 (Oct-Nov-Dec)


images, prices and info courtesy of UD Replicas

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