Save Big on Riding Gear With These Labor Day Sales

Lucas Cooney
by Lucas Cooney

Rocky Mountain ATV/MC offering huge discounts to end the summer

Though you may be mourning the fact that summer is winding down, Rocky Mountain ATV/MC are trying to keep you in good spirits with its massive Labor Day sale. Featuring some of the best deals on current riding gear that we’ve EVER seen, you can save big on jerseys, gloves, goggles and helmets to fill your gear bag. We will highlights some of our favorites below.

MSR NXT Jersey

The entire 2019 MSR NXT line is available for ridiculous discounts this week. How ridiculous? How about an NXT Jersey for $9.99? That is an insane 86% off MSRP, which is regularly $69.95. The NXT line is MXR’s top-performance gear and features include Lycra and micro rib collar, fade-resistant sublimated graphics, raglan sleeves with micro-rib cuff inserts for increased comfort, dual armpit venting, and lightweight, 100% spun-poly fabric with an extended tail for tucking.


You can add matching MSR NXT pants for just $49.99, which is 71% off MSRP. These are available in seven different colorways and feature 600 D Oxford main construction, ratchet-style belt closure, 3/4 length mesh liner, vented thigh panels, burn-resistant embossed leather inner knee panels, and dual adjustable Velcro waist straps.


Complete your look with the MSR NXT Gloves to match your Jersey and Pants. Pick up a pair for just $13.99, which is 65% off MSRP. Features include a pre-curved fit for improved grip, protective padded Lyprene finger panels, finger knuckle flex panels, shorty cuff with Velcro closure and rubber pull tab, and double-layer synthetic leather palm.

Oakley Youth XS O Frame Goggle

Does your favorite youth rider need a new pair of goggles on the cheap? The Oakley Youth XS O Frame Goggle is currently available for $17.50 – a savings of 50% off MSRP. These goggles feature all the protection and comfort the pro riders get in a size optimized for youngsters. Features include triple-layer face foam fleece to wick away sweat, along with anti-fog, scratch-resistant and impact-resistant Lexan lens.

Scott Recoil Xi Goggles

Us big kids need goggles too, and these Scott Recoil Xi Goggles are currently 57% off, so you can pick up a pair for $14,99. Features include no-slip silicone-lined strap, two-layer face foam, and Scott Truview single lens. They are also 80 Series lens and tear-off compatible.

Fly Racing F2 Carbon Rewire Helmet

Big helmet sales almost always mean a limited selection of sizes and colors. Fortunately the Fly Racing F3 Carbon Rewire Helmet bucks that trend. You can pick up this lid for only $149.99 (55% off!) in four different colorways and a wide variety of sizes to fit most any dome. Features include carbon fiber and Kevlar composite shell, dual density EPS liner, 10 intake and 4 exhaust ports, quad-vent goggle anti-fog system, and much more. The whole thing weighs just 3.3 pounds.

MSR SC1 Helmet

For those of a really tight budget, the MSR SC1 Helmet is currently available for only $64.99 – a savings of 41%. We can’t think of a better price on a quality helmet anywhere. Features include an injection molded ABS shell, dual density EPS liner, two large front air intakes and four rear exhaust vents, and flexible rubber nose piece.

Bell Moto-9 Carbon Flex Helmet

If your helmet budget is a little higher, take a look at the Bell Moto-9 Carbon Flex Helmet in Monster Showtime colorway, which is available for $299 – a savings of 57%. This high-tech lid features a first-of-its-kind three-layer impact liner designed to manage low, mid and high speed impacts. There’s a laundry list of safety features included in this helmet and the whole things is backed by a five-year warranty.

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Lucas Cooney
Lucas Cooney

I have been working exclusively in digital media since 1997. I started out with, spending nearly nine years creating and editing content on Canada's leading sports website. I left to join VerticalScope, Inc., one of the world's largest online publishers, to start a number of powersports publications. While at VerticalScope, I've helped create and oversee content for a wide variety of different publications, including,,,,, and many more.

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