The MotoSport.com O'Neal Women's Element Combo - Racewear includes ONE each of the following:
O'NEAL produces motorcycle and cycle gear, parts, apparel and accessories that absolutely offer the best in comfort, quality and protection every time you ride. Security, quality and protection you can trust after nearly 40 years of racing.
O'Neal Women's Element Jersey - Racewear:
Breathable, moisture-wicking material.
Extended tail that keeps jersey tucked-in.
Sewn-in elbow padding.
O'Neal Women's Element Pants - Racewear:
Heavy-duty but lightweight denier fabrics provide the perfect combination of comfort and protection while riding.
More durable, wear-resistant panels on: seat, inside of legs, and knees.
Lighter weight, more breathable panels, positioned away from bike contact points.
Stretch panels in key points on the front, back, and knees of pants for great freedom of movement.
Elastic waist with adjustable ratchet closure system for a secure and snug fit.
Protective rubber patches for extra protection when crashing.
Tapered legs with elastic cuffs for a snug fit.
Fully lined for added comfort.
Removable, internal, EVA foam hip protectors.
O'Neal Women's Element Gloves:
Packed with value, the Element glove gives you the factory pro look at a fraction of the price.
Vented mesh top for increased airflow and cooling.
TPR strips for added protection from branches and debris.
Adjustable wrist with Velcro brand hook-and-loop closure for a secure fit.
Stretch Lycra side panels for added comfort and flexibility.
Ergonomic padding and stitching on palm for increased comfort and dexterity.
Pre-curved tailoring for the best fit possible, and helps to eliminate arm pump.
Sleeve: With the elbow slightly bent, measure from the center back of the neck, over the shoulder, over the elbow and down to the wrist.
Waist: Measure the circumference at the waist's natural bend or where you prefer to wear your pants.
Bust: Measure around the broadest part of the chest, 1 inch below the armpits.
Inseam: Measure down from crotch to the top of the ankle. Stand straight and relax when taking the measurement.
Gloves: Measure the total circumference of your dominant hand, across your palm, just behind your knuckles - do not include your thumb. If your hand is between measurements, choose the size that you feel will be most comfortable- if you prefer a loose fitting glove, order the next size larger, if you prefer a tighter fitting glove, order the smaller size.