As springtime quickly approaches, Fly Racing has released its 2019.5 Kinetic Mesh racewear. This gear line utilizes ventilated dual-mesh construction, which enables it to flow air yet also filter dirt. It also features multi-directional stretch-rib paneling for flexibility and a ratcheting closure system on the pants to ensure a secure fit. The Kinetic Mesh is meticulously tested from the stadiums to the backwoods to provide maximum rider comfort.

It's worn by AMA Supercross athletes like Rocky Mountain ATV/MC-KTM-WPS's Blake Baggett and Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing's Zach Osborne, along with Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) racers such as Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing teammates Thad Duvall and Trevor Bollinger.

The 2019.5 gear is offered in three designs with the Kinetic Shield, Kinetic Noiz, and Kinetic Rockstar. The five total colorways for the spring lineup include red/blue and gray/hi-vis for the Kinetic Shield, blue/navy and black/white for the Kinetic Noiz, and gray/black for the Kinetic Rockstar.

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The five colorways for the 2019.5 Kinetic Mesh spring lineup include red/blue and gray/hi-vis for the Kinetic Shield, blue/navy and black/white for the Kinetic Noiz, and gray/black for the Kinetic Rockstar.Courtesy of Fly Racing
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The Kinetic Mesh is meticulously tested from the stadiums to the backwoods to provide maximum rider comfort.Courtesy of Fly Racing
Kinetic Mesh
The Kinetic Mesh utilizes ventilated dual-mesh construction, which enables it to flow air yet also filter dirt.Courtesy of Fly Racing