There’s a lot of motorcycle clothing out there these days. Some garments claim they’ll protect you in a crash, but how do you know for sure? How can you separate the real gear from the fashion wear? The right materials are important, and impact protection is a no-brainer, but what about seams? In this article, we’ll take a closer look at seams as a way to determine if you’re investing in quality riding gear. We’ll concentrate on seams for textile garments, especially those used in making jeans, since that’s what we’ve been obsessing over lately. Continue reading Coming Apart At The Seams
Co-Founder, Worse for Wear
I learned to ride a motorcycle in 1997. My ex would pick me up from work on the back of his BMW R65 and we’d go for a ride. Eventually, I grew tired of being a passenger and wanted a bike of my own.
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