Did you know that most of your body heat escapes around your neck? Heard about the three-layer system? What about the fact that you can set the desired temperature of your clothing yourself? Find out exactly what state-of-the-art motorcycle wear can do for you.
- Ensure you have high-quality motorcycle wear in the winter.
Get yourself a baselayer with a high neck that keeps you warm by preventing warm air from escaping and a fully heated softshell® jacket that reflects the heat back towards your body.
- Bend your legs when trying on motorcycle trousers. Make sure they are long enough to keep out spray and keep your ankles warm.
- Mesh materials as used in our clothing range provide extra ventilation. In the three-layer system it’s essential that perspiration is wicked away and heat is kept in. That is how you stay warm and dry.
- Windblock materials at key spots are also indispensable. If you are able to keep water and wind out of your motorcycle wear you are already halfway there.
- Did you know that it’s easy to set the temperature of heated motorcycle wear yourself? You can select one of three or four heating levels with the button on the garment.
- Motorcycle gloves also protect you from any gravel and other little stones that are thrown up from the surface, rubbish thrown out of cars and other hard objects.
- Close the visor on your helmet fully in the event of rain, snow or hailstones. That will prevent condensation forming on your visor, ensuring you always have a perfect view of the road.
- Look for dry areas on the road and avoid the hard shoulder unless you really have to. There’s a greater likelihood of debris and loose material on the hard shoulder, which increases the risk of a blowout.