This month we are taking a look at a retro helmet with modern technology, a fresh urban moto coat new classic equipment from Italy, and an amazing price on selvedge denim .
Highest Trophy Helmets with retro styling are quickly catching on, but there is frequently a niggling doubt about how safe they’re. Here is a fresh choice from Italian manufacturer Premier for you if you are the sort who favors a full face lid.
We are told the Trophy is the first retro face that was full to get complete ECE R22-05 homologation for the helmet as well as the 2mm-thick anti-scratch visor. There are many versions that are distinct, however jeans have a clean and refined appearance much like the Highest hats.
The shell is produced of a blend of Dyneema plus aramidic and carbon fibers, and weight is under 1300 grams. Costs range from GBP180 for the polish white model to GBP220 via online retailer Urban Rider, for the coming Carbon model. Evidence you do not have to give security for fashion.
Dainese 36060 In 1972, Lino Dainese made his first pair of leather motocross pants in a miniature workshop in the Italian village of Molvena. Since that time, the business has stayed on the frontier of bike equipment, but it is now taking a look back to its past.
The new ‘36060’ range found a few days. Named following the post code of Molvena, it fuses classic appearances and modern materials. The organization describes the styling as ‘masculine’ and ‘timeless,’ and it is right up our road.
Availability and pricing has not been verified yet, but we understand that there will be several coats, augmented four distinct styles of footwear, and pants. Plus goatskin gloves as well as a coordinated array of everyday equipment to wear off the motorcycle. There is a preview here.