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Rynox Vapour Pro Performance Base Layer - Upper

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  • Regular price Rs. 1,500.00

Introducing the all-new Vapour Pro Performance Base Layer - Upper.

Motorcycling is an intense sport that’s mostly sweaty, tiring and drains your body.

To help keep you fresh and comfortable through the day, we made this performance base layer; which is perfect not only for motorcycling, but for all outdoor sports.




Materials and Construction

Fit and Comfort

UV Protection


  • 4 Way Stretch - Get the maximum freedom of movement and durability for your active lifestyle 
  • Anti-Microbial - The anti-microbial properties of the Vapour Pro help in destroying/suppressing the growth of microbes and bacteria, and resisting foul odour of sweat 
  • Dry Tech Performance - Feel fresh in any condition, reduce the visibility of sweat patches, and better regulate body temperature
  • UV Protection - Protects you from harmful UV rays 
  • Modulayer

    • Performance Base layers are independent layers that can be worn under your riding gear and helmet.
    • They are specifically designed for motorcycling but can be used as base layers for other sports and outdoor activities.



  • Composition - The shell is made from 90% Polyamide and 10% Elastane, perfect for Indian weather on a motorcycle
  • Made for Motorcycling - The Base Layer is engineered, cut and sized to be worn specifically under a riding jacket



  • Increased Low Light Visibility - Retro-reflective panels



  • Moisture Wicking - Fabric has the ability to pull moisture away from the skin using tiny, built-in capillaries. This process is what helps keep you cool, even as you sweat
  • Breathable - The fabric is 100% breathable making any physically strenuous activity comfortable.
  • Seamless Knitting - To eliminate chafing caused by friction of seam stitching 


  • Long Sleeve With Thumbhole - Keep your sleeves from rolling up. Which helps you stay comfortable during outdoor exercises