Fly Racing’s Evolution DST
Fly Racing’s Evolution DST (Durable Stretch Technology) is the brand’s most progressive performance racewear to date that combines stretch mobility with durability.Courtesy of Fly Racing

It’s an exciting time of year in the motorcycle industry, when new bikes, products, and gear are being released. Fly Racing has launched its 2019 gear lineup that includes new products, updates to existing items, and, of course, new colorways.

Fly’s Evolution DST (Durable Stretch Technology) is its most progressive performance racewear to date and features new colorways in 2019. The Lite Hydrogen gear is designed to be the lightest, most breathable racewear on the market with an athletic, tailored fit, and for 2019, the pant is 4.8 ounces lighter than last year.

Lite Hydrogen pant
The new Lite Hydrogen pant is 4.8 ounces lighter than last year’s version.Courtesy of Fly Racing

The Kinetic Racewear also has new colorways for 2019. The Shield line includes port/blue, red/white, navy/hi-vis, yellow/black, and yellow/black. In addition to the Shield design, the Kinetic also comes in the Noiz design, which is offered in four colorways including black/hi-vis, neon green/black, neon red/black, and neon pink/black.

Kinetic Racewear
The Kinetic also has new colorways for 2019. The Shield line includes port/blue (modeled here by Rocky Mountain ATV/MC-KTM-WPS’s Blake Baggett), red/white, navy/hi-vis, yellow/black, and yellow/black.Courtesy of Fly Racing

An all-new line for 2019 is the Lite Women’s Racewear. It uses stretch construction that is designed to provide an anatomically correct fit for the female body to improve comfort and performance. Another new product for 2019 is the FR5 boot, which features a 3-D molded plastic shift panel, a TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane) heel piece, and a pre-shaped molded plastic 3-D shin.

Shield design
The Kinetic also comes in the Noiz design, which is offered in four colorways including black/hi-vis (worn here by Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Josh Grant), neon green/black, neon red/black, and neon pink/black.Courtesy of Fly Racing

With new gear, new products, and a long-term partnership with Monster Energy AMA Supercross to be the official and exclusive gear sponsor of the series, 2019 is set to be a big year for Fly Racing.

Kinetic Mesh
The Kinetic Mesh uses Fly’s standard Kinetic racewear line as a foundation, but the jersey has dual-mesh construction for added airflow and filters out dirt; while the pant uses a ventilated mesh fabric that flows lots of air without sacrificing durability.Courtesy of Fly Racing
Lite Women’s Racewear
An all-new line for 2019 is the Lite Women’s. It uses stretch construction that is designed to provide an anatomically correct fit for the female body to improve comfort and performance.Courtesy of Fly Racing
Fly Racing product for 2019 is the FR5 boot
Another new Fly Racing product for 2019 is the FR5 boot, featuring a 3-D molded plastic shift panel, a TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane) heel piece, and a pre-shaped molded plastic 3-D shin.Courtesy of Fly Racing
long-term partnership with Monster Energy AMA Supercross
With new gear, new products, and a long-term partnership with Monster Energy AMA Supercross to be the official and exclusive gear sponsor of the series, 2019 is set to be a big year for Fly Racing.Courtesy of Fly Racing