Death Rider Rain Suit: Features
Ready to enjoy rainy, windy winter days? Here’s The Death Rider Rain Suit, a Motorcycle Rain Gear designed to fully protect you against the worst weather conditions. This motorcycle rain suit is ultra-light, easy to put and store, and has the best fit ever. It’s about a full-coverage rain suit that provides excellent protection in wet and muddy conditions.
No one wants to be caught out in the rain! It’s true; a long rain jacket might provide enough protection while running errands. But they won’t do the job when it comes to a downpour out in the elements, for activities out in the open and largely exposed, like heading out on a motorcycle, better a full-coverage protection. It will definitely keep you dry and comfortable like our Death Rider 1957 Rain Suit.
It’s important to keep in mind a few things when it comes to rain suits. You’ll want to look for a fit that will still allow you to move around freely. It’s no small task to find something suitable since so many types of waterproof material aren’t exactly known for their stretching. You’ll also want to look for a material that won’t tear easily. This especially in situations where corners of the suit could snag on a twig or rock, allowing water to get in and soak your clothes.
The Death Rider Rain Suit, made of waterproof materials, is perfect for preventing rain from dripping in. This stylish two-piece suit comes with reflective paint to increase visibility, YKK original waterproof zip and sealed stitches to block water absorption. Outer Fabric: 190-T Taffeta fabric. Inner Fabric: PVC Coated Taffeta. Take it to those unfamiliar destinations where you don’t know what to expect or during the winter season.
Choose your best option
The best motorcycle rain suit is a good, all-purpose suit that will keep you dry. Death Rider Rain Suit has an outdoor line that combines quality with great value, and it hits the mark with its PVC rain suit, too. The jacket-and-pants set is long-lasting, extremely waterproof, and designed with plenty of adjustable components to keep the rain out (cuffs, waist, hood).
The windproof and waterproof jacket with the fit of a racing jersey is a garment that has become indispensable in a rider’s wardrobe, with definitely something extra. Lightweight, windproof, waterproof and water-repellent, it keeps you warm, promotes maximum breathability, and protects you from the elements. Nice to touch, wonderful to wear.
The most important difference between waterproof jackets is the type of fabric from which it is sewn. It is the material of the jacket that determines its weight, water-repellent properties, and range of use. There are different waterproof fabrics.
First of all: the calendar is a fabric that is increasingly used for waterproof jackets nowadays, as the water resistance of this material is not very high. Even so, such clothes will protect you completely from a little rain. Teflon-impregnated fabric is a more modern invention. This material repels moisture, dirt and also breathes. Polyurethane is an ideal material for making waterproof clothing. It does not pass through water, conducts air perfectly, is famous for its durability and, above all, is able to retain heat. By the way, the so-called membrane fabric is nothing more than expanded and enriched polyurethane.