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Motorcycle Safety And Styling

By Author: Resurgence Gear
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The most asked question, Is it possible to ride a bike, in safety gear, while still looking good? Yes. Here’s the stylish motorcycle gear guide for men in 2019.

The Look Good And Feel Comfortable Theory

“Do you, like, ride a bike?” Asks the pretty woman at a setting. “No way, my mom says they are dangerous.” You respond. She giggles, you grin and there you go. It can be this antique item, a fantastic look, as long as you don’t let you turn to Cosplayer looking for a Con.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m still in head-to-toe protected with motorcycle apparel anytime I’m out doing something dangerous or even just commuting on the highway, but if you’re using motorcycles as transportation, there’s going to be times (likely a lot of times) that you need them to transport you somewhere full of normal people. And normal people don’t think skin-tight leather is a good look.

Here is the list of Motorcycle Apparels and Accessories which will provide you safety along with the styling.

Motorbike Helmet
Your Sun-and-Moon might look good on the track, but it’ll make you look like you’re carrying the world’s worst manbag if you take it with you off the bike. Want to retain good visibility while still looking good? Just get a plain white helmet. High contrast, high class.

Trendy Motorcycle Jackets
The key item in your collection, you can go a few directions with your jacket, allowing you to personalize your style. Whether you go simple, clean and classic (like me), baroque adornment, vintage style or futuristic function, think quality and subtlety. Nothing looks cheaper than a cheap layered jacket, while conversely, nothing matches the look or feel or intent of the quality stuff.

Jackets are expensive. Take the time to shop around, comparing materials, construction and fit. A good motorbike jacket can last a lifetime, make sure it looks and feels and smells and wears like something you’ll want next to your skin for that long.

For riding, you’ll want high quality, CE-rated body armor in the shoulders and elbows. A back protector can always be worn separately, a solution which creates a greater area of coverage and often leads to a better fitting jacket because there’s no weight pulling the rear jacket panel down.

Oh, and speaking of panels, fewer is better. Seams are a weak area, they tend to split in a slide. Any jacket should, at a minimum, use a single panel across the main area of the back. While some can be an exception, the Raw Denim Jacket by Resurgence Gear has triple line stitched seams, for best protection and safety still it is the best motorcycle jacket to be considered for safety and styling.

Motorcycle Gloves
Gloves come off and go in your helmet. So don’t compromise protection here. Your hands are the first thing to touch down in a crash and the palms are the first part of your hands to hit. So, prioritize palm sliders over knuckle protection and make sure you spend enough to have high-quality materials like good leather or even kangaroo skin. There’s no reason you can’t wear high-end race gauntlets day in, day out. But you may want to find similar protection in a glove that’s faster to take on and off. Please, just make sure they match your jacket’s color.

Protective Motorbike Jeans
The eternal conundrum. By opting to wear any sort of casual riding pant (denim, Pekev, a mix, whatever) you absolutely are sacrificing safety in pursuit of comfort and style. Regular denim, no matter how tough, will not protect you in a motorcycle crash.

Having said that, there are some jeans that build back in a modicum of safety. Go ahead and dismiss all Jeans from established gear manufacturers. Without exception, every pair we’ve ever seen is absolutely hideous and many suffer from that unfortunate logo-bloat which plagues all riding gear. You really don’t want a giant embroidered star on your butt.

In my experience, Pekev Motorcycle Jeans are your best options for achieving some abrasion protection at in-town speeds without going all space elf.

Some Accessories Tips Before We Conclude
Biker jackets are cut short, so when you sit down, they do not bunch up. However, when you stand up, they can sit showing skin. A lengthy T-shirt or under will resolve this, lengthening your torso and visually covering that gap that is odd, making you look thinner and thinner. And, a hood flopping around behind the helmet may look odd on a bike, but the look of a motorcycle jacket drastically softens helping it appear more whilst helping fit. You can break up the visual blockiness of items of gear and soften the whole object with a hanky in a jeans pocket or even a scarf.

A note on “fashion” motorbike jackets. Don’t. Just don’t. It’s not the same material, it’s not held together in the same way, it will not protect you in a crash and it looks cheap. Motorcycle jackets made for motorcycling only are all you should ever wear.

To get the best Motorcycle apparel visit: https://www.resurgencegear.co.nz/

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