How will you Rate your Second Skin?Written by Maricon Williams
Riders consider their motorcycle jacket as their second skin. It keeps them warm, cool and dry depending on circumstances they need. Nonetheless, as a second skin it must be of superb quality in order to protect rider enormously.
If endless miles on a street motorcycle ride is your primary means of transportation, then you are in need of a motorcycle jacket that works. A jacket that will guard you from harsh weather, protect you from bruises and fractures at same time, will make you feel comfortable without sacrificing your style. As a rider, how will you rate you motorcycle jacket?
By far, leather is most popular material for motorcycle jackets. Other manufacturers offer perforated leather. Others are also offering colored leather and textile jackets which are well-blended with motorcycles. In cases of commuting and touring, mesh textile material is highly recommended. It is also adroit at flowing air. This material is easy to maintain and take care of. It also offers water-proof protection in a lot of circumstances. If you are traveling a lot of miles, chances are, you will be encountering a rain shower. This material can very well safeguard you from rain.
To be secured that you are purchasing a good-quality motorcycle jacket, here are things that you need to consider:
How to Choose the Best Motorcycle Sunglasses Written by Maricon Williams
Choosing best motorcycle sunglass can be very simple at first instant but when you are already out to do it, it may seem a little taxing and confusing. A lot of motorcycle sunglasses come in varying colors and styles you may be confused what to choose.
To help you decide what to buy here are some hints that you must consider:
Check for optically right lens. Lens comes in a wide-variety of tints or colors. It includes yellow, orange, copper, amber, rose, brown, gray, green, vermillion and other interesting colors with varying functions. Choose right color and function for you.
Know frames that suit you. Grab a pair that defines your looks while wearing them. It must also feel comfortable otherwise wearing it may feel a little awkward. If you wear a full face helmet, you have to get right frame. On other hand, when you are with an open face helmet, choose a design that will hold and protect your frames.
Remember that darker coating tints absorb more light. Polarized sunglasses filter horizontal glare reflection. If you travel beside water, this can be a great choice because it absorbs 98% of glare. Another type of coating is photochromic which darkens and lightens depending on change