Motorbike leather suit, a protective clothing worn by motorbike riders. Typically made of leather (Kangaroo or Cowhide), designed and manufactured to protect the rider's skin from the abrasive effects of the road and to provide some protection in the event of an accident. Leather suits usually cover the entire body, including the arms, legs, and torso, and also include additional padding and armor in key areas such as the shoulder, elbow, knee, spine, and hips. Motorcycle racing suits can have optional features such as ventilation or waterproofing to improve comfort and performance.
Here are some common features that you may find on a motorcycle leather suit:
- Top grain leather that are designed to be durable, abrasion-resistant, and flexible.
- Armor in key areas such as the shoulders, elbows, and knees to provide additional protection in the event of an accident. The armor may be made of materials such as foam, TPU plastic, or composite materials.
- Padding adding in key areas such as the hips, back, and tailbone to provide additional shock absorption and comfort.
- Ventilated leather panels, or vents to help keep the rider cool and comfortable while riding.
- Waterproof layer or treatment to help keep the rider dry in wet conditions.
- Abrasion resistant and fire retardant stretch material for the Stretch panels in crotch and inside sleeves to allow for greater freedom of movement and comfort while riding.
- Connection zippers for attaching to motorcycle pants or connecting to a motorcycle jacket.
- Offering a wide range of customization, such as the ability to add or remove armor or padding, to choose different color or design options, Made to measure Custom size, multiple options for the speed hump, different materials for the stretch panels, removable lining and matching gear (boots and gloves)