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First racing leather motorcycle Jacket

Posted by on March 23, 2017 – 04:34 pm

First racing leather motorcycle Jacket

Many new riders contact us looking for advice about what to buy for their first motorcycle jacket. There are many options in leather and textiles. The motorcycle jacket needs to provide both protection and comfort, and it should look good. After all, why do we take up riding motorcycles in the first place? Don t forget to also protect your legs and butt. In a low-side fall, your knees, hips and butt will be the first part of your body to grind on the pavement. You re going to need protective pants, too. The primary function of your motorcycle gear…

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Buffalo leather motorcycle Jacket Reviews

Posted by on October 8, 2015 – 04:21 pm

Buffalo leather motorcycle Jacket Reviews

Motorcycle jackets have become an important part to riding. Besides offering protection from the wind and rain, throughout the years they’ve been dramatically improved upon to provide safety from accidents and mishaps. Though there are countless manufacturers producing quality riding jackets, they all use the same basic materials that have been tested for strength and durability. Leather Leather jackets make up the larger percentage of riding gear available. Its properties make it very durable, long lasting, and easy enough to manipulate. Also…

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History of Harley Davidson leather jackets

Posted by on November 19, 2015 – 01:49 pm

History of Harley Davidson leather jackets

A new exhibit at the Chrysler Museum of Arts showcases world famous leather jackets. By Justine Herving From Greese, to Elvis Presley, to Johnny Cash, to about every bad boy imaginable, the one thing they all had in common was the leather jacket. This iconic piece of clothing paved a way for people to show off their edgy side, whether a cherry red, a sandy tan, a military green or the classic black. Back then it was a statement to show rebellion and danger, but in modern times the leather jacket is worn with just about anything. With so much hoopla…

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