Moto Raincoat Scott Rain Coat - SPECIAL OFFER
Elastic cuffs on sleeves, Velcro ventilation, pockets, mesh collar.
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Moto Raincoat Scott Rain Coat
The Moto Raincoat Scott Rain Coat is a lightweight and storable PVC coat for riding in adverse weather conditions. The elastic cuffs on sleeves prevent water penetration. The raincoat also features practical and functional pockets and Velcro air vents. It is loosely cut and it is worn over overalls or normal clothes in wet weather conditions.
- Easily storable raincoat
- Elastic cuffs on sleeves
- Velcro ventilation
- Velcro pockets
- Mesh collar
- Material: PVC
Moto Raincoat Scott Rain Coat - Product parameters
Reflective features exponentially increase the user's visibility. They are suitable especially for winter months that come with mists and early sunset. However, they shouldn't be forgotten even during summer.
Reflective features on clothing items usually take the form of a reflective lettering or stripes that don't clash with regular wear.
It is essential for motorcycle clothing materials to be durable, permeable and wind and water resistant. The Reissa membrane is permeable and at the same time waterproof. It is made of polyurethane, a hydrophilic material that holds in water but not vapour. The Cordura material is extremely resistant to scratching and durable, even though it's very light. As a protection against cuts, Kevlar is 5x more effective than leather and 2x more effective than polyamide or cotton. Cotton is distinguished by great sweat absorption and thremoregulation properties. A special type of cotton fabric is denim, specific for its blue colour. It is durable and wear resistant.
A very popular material among motorcyclists is leather, prized for its thermoregulation properties and wind resistance. The disadvantage of leather moto clothing is that it often doesn't include many protectors.
Synthetic fibres, such as polyester, polyamide or nylon are non-absorption materials that absorb very little moisture and are resistant to scratching and tearing.