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Motorcycle Apparel: Reviews
Rider‘s motorcycle apparel reviews include pants, jackets, riding suits, gloves, socks and anything else you put on your body (other than helmets, which have their own specific section). Our rule of the road is, “dress safe and dress for the ride.” That means selecting protective gear that will make your ride more enjoyable.

KTM HQ Adventure Suit Review

KTM HQ Adventure Suit

Greg Drevenstedt
April 29, 2015

Nearly every motorcycle manufacturer offers its own line of branded riding apparel, and KTM is no exception. Like its motorcycle lineup, the Austrian company’s PowerWear line includes gear for adventure, street and off-road riding, everything from jackets and pants to helmets, boots and gloves, most... Read more »

Fly Racing Ignitor Gloves Review

Fly Racing Ignitor Gloves

Jerry Smith
April 29, 2015

Winter is just another riding season here in Oregon, thanks mainly to snow-free weather and heated riding gear. But although I love heated gear, I’m not so fond of all the wires, especially the ones I have to thread through the sleeves of my jacket to power heated gloves. Now there’s a way to... Read more »

Aerostich Transit 2 Suit Review

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Greg Drevenstedt
April 14, 2015

Aerostich Transit 2 Suit Back in 2008, Aerostich released the first-generation Transit suit, made of Gore-Tex Pro Shell leather—top-grain leather fused with a breathable, waterproof inner membrane. During tanning, the leather is treated with repellents so it won’t absorb water like traditional leather,... Read more »

Olympia Moto Sports Horizon Rainsuit Review

Olympia Moto Sports Horizon Rainsuit

Jerry Smith
April 3, 2015

Riding in the rain is either one of the great joys of motorcycling or one of its biggest hassles. Either way you look at it, you need a good rainproof outer layer to keep the rain out. Some riders choose riding gear made of waterproof material, but many others, especially those who don’t ride in rain... Read more »

Dainese Fulcrum C2 Gore-Tex Boots Review

Dainese Fulcrum C2 Gore-Tex Boots

Greg Drevenstedt
April 2, 2015

Elastic bellows on the Dainese Fulcrum C2 Gore-Tex Boots allow the foot to flex naturally. To get my seal of approval, touring boots need to be comfortable, durable, waterproof, easy to get on and off (yet stay securely on my feet while riding), and capable of protecting my feet and ankles, with their... Read more »

Joe Rocket Women’s Trixie Waterproof Boots Review

Joe Rocket Trixie Waterproof Boots are for women, with a low-cut design and laser-etched detailing.

Greg Drevenstedt
March 31, 2015

Joe Rocket Trixie Waterproof Boots are for women, with a low-cut design and laser-etched detailing. Motorcycle boots are always a compromise between style, comfort and protection. We want them to look good, to feel good on and off the bike, and to prevent or minimize injury in a crash, but few boots... Read more »

Joe Rocket’s Alter Ego 3.0 All-Weather Riding Suit Review

Joe Rocket’s Alter Ego 3.0 All-Weather Riding Suit

Sue Salvadori
March 4, 2015

Two weeks on tour in Italy and 8,000 miles away from home, one hopes to have made the right gear choices. Big temperature variations and the occasional rain shower are best addressed with a bit of layering. Rather than taking a rainsuit, I chose to wear Joe Rocket’s Alter Ego 3.0 multi-layer all-weather... Read more »

Bohn CoolAir Armored Pants Review

Bohn CoolAir Armored Pants

James Parchman
February 19, 2015

Americans, even those of generation Baby Boomer, seem to be changing their lifestyles for the better: No smoking, moderating alcohol intake, and…we even eat our broccoli. Motorcyclists also seem better at safely suiting up, too. More wear helmets, protective jackets and boots. The one lapse is from... Read more »

Dual-Purpose Glove Liners

Grease Monkey Gorilla Grips

Arden Kysely
February 4, 2015

Packing for a tour a couple years back, I tossed in my Elkskin Ropers from RiderWearhouse for normal temps and the warm, waterproof Macna Borax for the worst weather. An obvious comfort gap between the two pair gave me pause. I tried to ignore it, and almost threw in a pair of intermediate gloves to... Read more »

Held Air n Dry Gloves Review

Held Air n Dry Gloves

Mark Tuttle
February 2, 2015

In many of the best riding areas, “summer” doesn’t always mean dry and sunny all of the time. In California, for example, it’s possible to ride from 90-plus F temperatures in the Central Valley into misty, 65-degree weather on the coast in less than an hour. The Southeast, Midwest and Alps in... Read more »

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