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Be Halloween Superhero in UD Motorcycle Suit

Monday, October 29, 2012
UD Replicas Motorcycle Suit
Still looking for a Halloween costume? Then check out these fully functional motorcycle suits made by a company called UD Replicas. These are officially licensed so they'll be as close to what you see in the movies as possible but are made from durable leather, are Kevlar reinforced and CE-armor protected.
Motorcyclists out there still looking for a last minute Halloween idea, we’ve got just the costume for you. A company called Universal Design (UD) Replicas will outfit you in a fully functional movie replica motorcycle suit made from form-molded leather and reinforced with Kevlar and motorcycle-grade CE body armor. These suits are officially licensed by DC Comics, Star Wars, Marvel and Disney so they’ll be as close to the original as you’re going to find. Made to order using personal measurements, UD Replicas is currently offering several popular characters including Stormtroopers or Sith Lords from Star Wars, The Dark Knight, Sam Flynn and Quorra from Tron Legacy while a Captain America suit is said to be in the works.

Billed to be “fully functional riding gear,” the Batman Begins suit features Grade A cow and buffalo leather, Kevlar inserts, tear-resistant mesh, removable CE armor and impact-absorbing gel packs. Total price of the suit (Jacket, Pants, Gloves, Boots): $1564 Canadian.

Be the hit of the party when you pull up on your motorcycle wearing one of these or rock it at Comic-Con. Could you imagine splitting traffic on the 405 dressed as the Caped Crusader? It’d be the next viral video for sure. The suits have already attracted the attention of Hollywood as Adam Savage wore an armored Dark Knight motorcycle suit on an episode of Mythbusters.

Tired of run-of-the-mill motorcycle suits? Then have UD Replicas customize a motorcycle superhero suit for you!
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