It won’t be long before the motorcycle season is back in full swing, as the temperatures begin to rise and the evenings begin the stretch. If you’re considering purchasing some new motorcycle clothing you’ll be glad to hear the news below.
French motorcycling clothing manufacturer Furygan is set to launch its spring/summer clothing collection under its new ‘Motion Lab’ label. Whilst it’s customary for Furygan to launch their new collection each year, this year sees a revolutionary step in the right direction. For 2012 Furygan launches its Motion Lab label, which means all the garments within this range have full CE approval, therefore being fully compliant with European standards in terms of protection for motorcyclists. To produce a full collection of motorcycle clothing with CE approval as Personal Protective Equipment is by no means a painless task to accomplish. Furygan invested heavily in new equipment and built an in-house state-of-the-art testing facility, which they called Motion Lab.
As a result of strenuous testing of new radical materials, Furygan has been able to manufacture new lighter textile and leather jackets, trousers and gloves that offer maximum protection to the rider. All Furygan’s garments in the spring/summer 2012 collection produced under the Motion Lab label, not only meet, but in some cases exceed current European regulations for motorcyclist protection. In addition, they also feature CE-approved D3O protection in the shoulders, elbows and back.
Prices for the new Furygan collection under the Motion Lab label commence from €184.99. For further details and to find your nearest stockist please visit www.nevis.uk.com