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Fly Racing Lite SE Racewear | Track Tested




Over the years, Fly Racing has continued to up the game in comfortability, fit, and breathability in gear. Well, the folks at Fly Racing have yet again raised the bar with their all-new Lite SE Racewear. They took their previous lightweight pant and redesigned the 4-way stretch material, ditched the zipper, and moved the BOA system to the front of the pant. We spent a day in some 100-degree weather at Cahuilla Creek and had our test rider Pat Foster put on the new gear from Fly Racing and put it to the test. Take a watch and listen to what Pat had to say about Fly Racings’ latest high-performance gear. 

Lite SE Pants ($179.95)

– Lightweight, high-performance gear has been re-defined again. With the BOA system strategically moved the front of the pant, the closure system has never been more functional. The new Lite pant features an all-new 4-way stretch material, making it one of the lightest performance pants ever created. If you’ve ever wondered what the future of motocross and off-road apparel looks like, turn the page

Lite SE Jersey ($49.95)

  • Laser-cut perforations help dissipate heat
  • Zero-cuff arm openings with reinforced mesh gussets provide unrestrictive mobility and a comfortable fit
  • Mesh ventilation panels dissipate unwanted heat
  • Multi-panel construction for maximum performance and comfortable fit
  • All NEW Low profile Streamlined taped collar
  • Extended tail helps keep jersey tucked in
  • Athletic fit: fits close to the body with minimal excess


Chase Curtis

Chase Curtis is an avid motocross and MTB rider, and he has been editing moto videos for a mere two years. He's also the Swapmoto Race Series on-site photographer and reporter. When he finishes college, he will join the SML staff full time.

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