Aether 2015 Motorcycle Collection

May 4, 2015

Category: Style

Half of the fun in owning a motorcycle is owning the gear that goes hand in hand with riding. You know, leather jackets, gloves and even full body suits. Now, you’ll have even more options with Aether’s newly announced 2015 motorcycle collection for the spring season.

Aether’s newest collection adds two great jackets and a pair of pants. The most impressive addition is the Expedition Jacket a rugged 3-layer Japanese field nylon that is resistant to scuffs and tears, is waterproof, and breathable. The jacket has D3O, which contains shock-absorbing padding in the shoulders for major protection points. There is also a new pant in the collection that can zip to the jacket to create a full body suit. The final piece of Aether’s new designs is a Loop Jacket, which is sleeker and more urban-focused yet still tough enough to be considered a motorcycle jacket, also delivering D3O protection. [Purchase]

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