Textile jackets


Our textile jackets (Cordura)

Let us introduce to you our textile range of riders’ gear.

Cordura range:

Composed of 2 models, offering the same specifications (except for the color..), with their waisted cut, and multiple adjustable straps and press-studs, these jackets are complete. Developed to suit you all along the year, these 4 seasons’ jackets have been thought to be as comfortable as possible.

Thanks to the large amount of hair holes (covered by waterproof zippers) and its removable inner lining, you’ll never leave the home without having it on your back anymore no matter it is summer nor winter!

Smart details, are composing this protective jackets, and these are dedicated to motorcyclists such as the neoprene finish on the collar and at the wrist ends, the adjustable straps and zippers at the wrists to pass them easily or the large amount of pockets that can be found all over the jacket.

To sum it up, these are fully homologated regarding to EN 13595-1 norms (the textile offers a cat.

2 homologation, proving its toughness and resistance to abrasion and blast), so these will protect you efficiently thanks to the included elbows, shoulders and back protectors included.

Recommended price: 179€ TTC

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Recommended price: 189€ TTC

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Winter Jacket 3/4 model:

A straight cut, optimal comfort jacket. A lot of care for details was given to bring you a complete jacket. Made out of waterproof Cordura (Nylon). Its lengh protects the back down to the bottom. Enhanced with reflective strips back and front. Neoprene neck and wrists prevents cold and dampness to reach you.

Recommended price: 189€ TTC

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The Cordura benefits:

Made from Nylon 100% polyamide, Cordura material offers excellent resistance to abrasion. Its melting point is 210°C. It exist a large amount of Cordura material if needed something more resistant, with more elasticity, or waterproof properties.” source : Le Repaire des Motards – Alexis Ferrant

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