Richa – vintage style jackets that take you back to the golden age of motorcycling
Vintage dreams with Richa
Richa’s 2015 collection combines fashion with vintage styling on a number of jackets that will take you back to the golden age of motorcycling. As well as looking the part on a motorcycle, each jacket adapts well to life on foot and wouldn’t look out of place walking to town, or on a night out.
New for 2015, the Triple jacket combines vintage styling with modern technology. The Buffalo leather with a red quilted fixed lining makes the jacket perfect to wear on and off a motorcycle. It has CE certified armour on the elbows and shoulders and a pocket for a back protector. The Triple is available in black with an RRP of £169.99.
Another new jacket in the collection is the Cafe. The jacket has CE certified protection on the shoulders, elbows and back. It has a full length zip with mesh lining, as well as a removable pad lining. The jacket can also be styled with the Cafe trousers. The Cafe is available in black with an RRP of £159.99
The new Daytona jacket is equally suited to life on and off a motorcycle. With classic leather styling, both men and women can benefit from the CE certified elbow, shoulder and back protectors while maintaining the vintage style that comes from retro design. A removable polyester thermo liner makes this jacket suitable for warm summer days as well as cooler nights. The Daytona is available in black, blue, brown, red and cognac for men and black, red and cognac for women with an RRP of £249.99.
The Boston is made from the highest quality buffalo leather and has high abrasion resistance, as well as an elegant look and feel. It has CE certified shoulder and elbow protection and a removable back protector. Temperature is controlled with a removable thermo liner so the jacket can be adapted to warm and cooler conditions. The Boston is available in black and brown, with an RRP of £249.99.
The Memphis screams retro with its quilted leather inserts on the chest, shoulder and backs of arms, which gives the jacket a unique look away from other vintage inspired styles. Flexible CE approved armour on the shoulders and elbows provide protection without compromising on the overall comfort, there is also a removable back protector. The Memphis is available in black, brown and cognac, with an RRP of £249.99.
The Heritage has a fairly minimalistic design but is packed with technical features. Made from buffalo leather the garment has a Reissa waterproof and breathable lining, as well as removable thermal lining. It has an adjustable Velcro waist and CE certified shoulder, elbow and back protection. The Heritage is available in black, with an RRP of £259.99.
The Retro Racing jacket oozes retro style and a different look can be achieved with both black and brown options available. The brown version has heavily distressed leather, with cream detailing, while the black version is plain with no pre-worn effects and white detailing. Both jackets are made from soft cowhide leather, with a mesh lining, a removable thermo liner and a soft collar. It also has CE approved shoulder and elbow armour and a back protector as standard. The Retro Racing is available with an RRP of £239.99.
For more information or to find your local dealer visit www.nevis.uk.com, or call 01425 478 936.
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