The Furygan first fully CE-approved collection under its new Motion Lab label has arrived in the UK and is now on sale in dealerships across the country. The range of textile and leather products is fully compliant with European standards in terms of protection for motorcyclists and delivers one of the the highest levels of protective performance in the motorcycle apparel market.
The new collection of textile jackets extends from the top-of-the-range Titan to the summer-ready Sidney Vented 2-in-1…
The titan of textiles
The Titan is inspired by Furygan’s racing roots but still offers everything a rider should expect from a multi-purpose touring jacket. Packed with the high tech Furygan features such as ‘Skin Protect’ lining, 3D honeycomb lining and the Air Flow System, the jacket is breathable, waterproof, thermo-regulated and tear and abrasion resistant.
As with all Furygan jackets, the Titan comes complete with removable D3O homologated protection in the elbows and shoulders and a D3O level 1 central back protector fitted as standard. The back protector pocket is also compatible with the D3O level 2 full back protector, which is available as an added option. With seven pockets, two connecting zip options, adjusters at the chest, neck and waist, a zippable anti-wind and rain flap and a neoprene neckband, the Titan is made for riders who refuse to compromise on style, practicality and protection.
The Titan is available in black/white and black/red, sizes S-4XL and with an SRP of £269.99.
A world-first in vented protection
The Sidney Vented 2in1 represents a world-first in motorcycle protective clothing. Along with the Furygan Aspi Vented and Summer Vented, it is the first vented textile jacket to be fully compliant with European standards. The Sidney Vented 2in1 is so named because it not only keeps the rider cool with mesh panels but also dry, thanks to a breathable and waterproof removable lining.
In terms of protection, the jacket features Furygan’s ‘Skin Protect’ lining for abrasion and tear resistance, D3O homologated protection in the elbows and shoulders, a D3O level 1 central back protector fitted as standard and reinforced stitching on areas exposed to tearing. Three pockets, a connecting zip, waist and arm adjusters and an internal 3D honeycomb lining for thermo-regulation in all weathers make the Sidney Vented 2in1 as practical and comfortable as it is safe.
The Sidney Vented 2in1 is available in black/white, sizes S – 4XL and with an SRP of £179.99. A non-vented version is also available with an SRP of £229.99.
The perfect pair
The new Duke textile trousers are compatible with almost all of Furygan’s 2012 CE-approved textile jackets. Designed to face tough conditions, the Duke trousers make a dependable garment for any rider, but particularly those that refuse to be stopped by the elements. Come cold weather, wind or rain, the Duke trousers promise a warm, dry and comfortable journey with the highest level of protection.
The robust polyester Duke trousers feature ‘Skin Protect’ lining, D3O protection in the knees and hips, a waterproof and breathable insert, a removable thermal padded lining, waist and leg length adjusters and an external pocket. They are available in black, sizes S – 3XL and with an SRP of £189.99.
For more information on Furygan products and the Motion Lab collection and to find your nearest dealer visit www.nevis.uk.com or call 01425 478936.
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