100% Original High Quality 1.2mm 1.3mm Fine Quality Leather Cowhide Leather
Double Seat Panel
Perforated -Non Perforated Leather Panel On Request
CE approved Protectors
ü CE Approved protectors on Knee, Shoulders, Elbows and Back
ü Removable spine protector
ü Titanium Shoulder,elbow knee protectors Simple Or With Brand Name & Logo.
ü Outer Knee removable sliders
ü YKK Zipper
ü All The logos are in Leather cut & printing patches.
Outer Shell :
ü Genuine Cowhide Top Grain Leather 1.1 mm to 1.3 mm
ü Original YKK Zipper at Front, Cuffs
ü Stretch Material used in crotch,
ü Sleeves for maximum stretch
ü Safety Stitched
ü Pre-Curved Sleeves for Proper riding Position
Inner Shell :
ü 100% Polyester mesh lining Fixed Or Removable
ü CE approved removable Protectors on Shoulder, Elbow & Knee
Custom Logos & Names On Suit Also Available
ü Fully Customize suits on orders
ü Schoeller-Keprotec® is optional for stretch material.
ü Leather Patching
ü Perforated Leather
ü Embroidered Logos
ü Ventilation Zippers
ü Comfort Collar
Sizes : Custom & Standard Sizes Available Of USA/EUROPEAN/AUSTRALIA/ASIA ETC
Colors: Available In All Pantone Colors
Leather : Available In Cowhide Leather,Buffalo Leather ,Cow Split Leather ETC
There is a Basic reason why motorcycle leather suits are preferred by riders all over the World. In fact there are 4,668 reasons for this. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported 4,668 fatalities in 2013. Even though the numbers fell by 6.4% as compared to 2012, it’s still a number that could’ve been avoided through road safety and quality motorcycle gear.
Why Leather ? : Leather, apart from looking good, has quite a few properties that make it the ideal motorcycle armor. For instance, it is abrasion resistant, comfortable to wear and offers better protection than textile (fabric) suits. Whether cowhide, leather is difficult to burn or tear in the event of a crash. This is the reason why some textile motorcycle suits come with leather enforced protection to keep vulnerable parts safe. An important point to note here is that not all leathers protect. Cowhide, Buffalo hide Cow split are durable, strong and offer great protection in a crash.
In addition to the material, thickness of the motorcycle suit matters a lot.
HOW THICK SHOULD THE LEATHER BE?
Leather alone can’t protect riders. It needs to be reinforced and of a certain thickness to do its job. In case of ‘Moto’ grade leather, the thickness should be 1.1 to 1.3 mm. Anything less than Mentoined Thickness will not offer the required protection in the event of a crash.
Thickness, however, regardless of the material could affect flexibility. Motorcycle leather suits up to 3mm thick are flexible – anything over may create problems for the rider due to its weight and flexibility. Riders need to be careful of the weight limit penalty as well, especially if they are carrying extra weight on their bike.