Passionate about motorcycles? Beware; crashes are fairly common among new riders — especially in the first months of riding. In any crash, you have a far better chance of avoiding large injuries if you wear motorcycle apparel with body armour.
When you heading out for first motorcycle ride, your motorcycle gear is “best” if it protects you and looks stylish as well.
Dainese Motorcycle clothing UK
During cold or wet weather, Dainese motorcycle clothing can help you keep warm and dry, as well as protect you from injury. It becomes difficult to control a motorcycle well if you are numb from the cold, and riding for a long period in cold weather can cause severe coldness and fatigue. A Dainese Super Speed Textile jacket
can resist wind and fits snugly at the neck, wrists and waist. Hi-tech leather suits
designed for motorcycle riding prevent tearing apart/ballooning up at high speeds.
allow a better grip and can help protect your hands in a crash. Your gloves should be made of leather or similar durable fabric. Explore the largest selection of Dainese Gloves
the Moda2Ride has for you. Developed using the latest in innovation and technology, Dainese gloves
provide unparallelled protection and comfort.
Motorcycle Jackets and pants must cover you completely to protect your arms and legs, and they must also fit snugly enough to keep from flapping in the wind while riding on high speed.
Wear a textile jacket/trouser
even in hot days ahead to prevent dehydration. Dainese Textile suits are designed to protect without getting you overheated, even on summer days.
Dainese body armour
I personally recommend to go for jackets and pants with rigid “body armour” inserts in vital areas for additional protection.
If you are looking to buy Dainese motorcycle clothing? Visit the UK’s main dealer Moda2Ride
online, get all Dainese gear at the lowest prices.
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