Icon 1000 Axys
Icon 1000 Axys - Black
It’s hard to tell which side of the tracks is the wrong side when you’re standing on top of them. The 1000 Axys leather jacket doesn’t keep tabs on those sorts of things; it has your back no matter what. When things go sideways you can count on its 1.1-1.3mm TrackSpec™ leather. Chest vents, combined with perforations, provide plenty of flow while the removable quilted liner quickly adjusts to any riding condition. Internal D3O® impact protectors (shoulder, elbow, and back) complete the package. The chain-stitched chest logo lets the Socs know you roll with 1000 and are not to be messed with. The streets are mean, be mean back.
Jacket Sizing Information
There are three variables to consider when sizing an ICON jacket. The first two are the chest and sleeve measurements, which are what your jacket size is based on. The third is the the jacket fit type, which defines the “cut” of the jacket (Attack, Sport, or Relaxed). Instructions, sizing charts and jacket fit details can be found below. The fit type of every Icon jacket can be found in the first bullet point of the copy block for that individual product.
Chest measurement instructions
While standing with your arms relaxed at your side, wrap a flexible tape measure around your chest at its largest point. The tape measure should go through your armpit and stay parallel with the floor while taking the measurement.
Sleeve measurement instructions
While standing with your arms relaxed at your side, place one end of a flexible tape measure on your spine at the base of your neck. Measure over the top of your shoulder, down over the point of your elbow, and finish at the wrist bone.
Mens Jacket Sizing Chart
Mens Jacket Conversion Chart
ICON® jackets are tough and designed to withstand a great deal of asphalt induced abuse, but no jacket can survive every conceivable motorcycle accident. Should the unfortunate occur and you crash in your Icon jacket thoroughly review the product for any signs of structural damage (major abrasion, holes, damaged seams, etc). Should there be any damage or if you are unsure if the damage is structural you should replace the jacket. Unnecessary exposure to Sunlight and UV rays should be avoided. This is most critical when storing your jacket. Always store your jacket in a dark, well ventilated area. Jackets are best hung on a wide padded hanger. Do not wrap the jacket in plastic or other nonporous materials as the leather portions of the jacket need to breathe to avoid damage from mold or mildew. Finally, avoid exposing your jacket (or any of your riding gear) to fumes or vapors from gasoline or any harsh chemicals. These fumes can weaken the structure of nylon, polyester, and leather lessening its inherent protective capabilities.
It is important to follow a few simple steps to prepare your jacket for washing. Remove the insulated liner from the jacket (if so equipped). When removing the liner unsnap each snap carefully - DO NOT apply excessive force - as this may break the snap. Remove all impact protectors from the jacket. Make sure to close and fasten all the pocket flaps.
Insulated Liner - Hand wash the insulated liner in warm water with a mild liquid laundry detergent. Thoroughly rinse insulated liner with clean water to remove all detergent. Should you desire to clean the impact protectors they can be cleaned by wiping the protectors with a damp cloth.
Leather - The exterior of the leather jacket can be cleaned with any garment leather cleaner such as ICON® leather cleaner and conditioner. Take caution to avoid getting cleaner in contact with any patches, embroidery, rubber, or plastic components. Bug strikes and road debris are best removed with a soft bristled tooth brush. DO NOT use any form of detergent, bleach, automotive cleaner, or dry cleaning chemicals. These items will damage the garment!
Insulated Liner - The insulated liner should be allowed to drip-dry only. DO NOT use a machine dryer, direct sunlight, hair dryers or any type of heater during the drying process.
Jacket - DO NOT use a machine dryer. If your leather jacket becomes wet, dry it in a temperature neutral area away from heat or fans. Leather will dry better if it is placed on a towel to absorb water. When the leather is almost dry apply a leather conditioner, such as ICON® leather cleaner and conditioner, to keep it flexible. When the leather has completely dried apply an additional coat of conditioner. It is critical to care for your leather jacket properly when it gets wet because leather can be irreparably damaged by moisture and mildew.
The streets are mean, be mean back
Chest vents, combined with perforations, provide plenty of air flow while the removable quilted liner allows you to quickly adjust to any riding condition.
Premium Grade Cowhide
Sourced from the toughest hides available, our TracSpec™ leather is the same grade as used in high-end road race suits. TracSpec™ is a top-grain leather utilizing a pigmented outer surface for great wear characteristics, conforming to your body over time. A high-quality top-grain leather provides you with both durability and reliability necessary for motorcycle use.
D3O® Impact Protector Package
Shoulders, Elbows, & Back
Includes a full suite of industry-leading D3O® Impact Protectors (shoulders, elbows, and back). D3O® unique technologies provide both enhanced protection and a versatile, flexible material for a host of shock absorption and impact protection. Delivering the most flexible and discreet protection on the market, D3O® consistently outperforms traditional foam-based materials.
Complete the Look
Head to Toe, We've got you covered
Out in the wasteland mobility and a trusted set of gear equals survival. Stack the odds in your favor with our apocalypse approved apparel.