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Motorcycle Jackets

Sun  11  Mar  2012

There’s great value in a motorcycle jacket not just for looks but also for protection. The leather used for most leather jackets is heavier by design with protection in mind. Many leather motorcycle jackets have padding built into the elbows and shoulders.They come with a variety of  pockets both zippered and snaps.

Many motorcycle jackets have comfort designed into them with built in zippered vents which can be opened and closed for comfort. Some come with removable liners and built in back support. The variety of pockets and there locations allow the rider to carry merchandise securely giving the rider much peace of mind. Most motorcycle jackets have adjustable sides making them more comfortable to wear.

The weathers getting nice out the bikes are rolling and urges are high to get that bike out of the corner and head down the road. Make sure you have your Leather Jacket, Chaps, boots and Gloves on for safety sake as there’s still a lot of salt and sand on the roads. Ride safe!!!!

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Gemy said in May 8th, 2012 at 2:45 pm

Soft panniers, what you call sladde bags aren’t secure but you can remove them as luggage and carry then into college with you and perhaps put them in a locker.You can get hard luggage on your bike that is fixed and lockable, but it’s expensive and as I say, is also fixed.A half way compromise is what’s called a top box here, that’s a fixed box behind the seat, we have one that holds two full face helmets or one helmet and jacket.It won’t hold trousers and boots as well though.Be careful with a rucksack, anything you wear on your back is a potential risk if you ever have a an accident ..the last thing you want is to come down on something hard like a bag of books on your spine.I’m an American living in England, helmets are mandatory here and we always full leathers anyway so we have this problem all the time.

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