RIDING DIFFERENT BIKES. RACING SOME
Size guides. Numbers. One hates them, the other swears by them. We find them useful every now and then. They give you a comparable insight. But it’s not all about number. Let us help you and give you some size advice for motorcycle clothing.
A brand that finds her roots in Italy (think of Dainese, among others) uses a completely different size guide for its motorcycle clothing than brands from Dutch soil, such as Rev’it. In general, manufactures of motorcycle helmets roughly use the same measurements, only the variations in fit and shape causes differences.
Are you looking for a new motorcycle jacket? Or a leather suit? Tired of your old helmet and want a new one? The search can be quite an adventure. Let us help you with our tips for buying a new motorcycle outfit. You can find our tips per item below!
Perhaps you want to switch to a different brand and you wonder if the sizes from that brand somewhat correspond with the sizes of the brand you are currently wearing. In order to be well prepared to go to a motorcycle clothing shop or to be well prepared to shop online, we have collected size guides from many different brands and brought them together in one place.
Brands update they collection every year. Sometimes, the size charts get updated as well, due to certain design choices. So this Size Guide for Motorcycle Clothing-page is a constantly changing thing. We will update it as often as possible. So keep an eye out and recheck the size charts before blindly buying a new motorcycle outfit.
“Good quality motorcycle clothing that fits well can be seen as your personal bumper. Motorcyclists don’t have a big front or rear side with crumple zones, as drives often do have in their cars. Of course, it doesn’t absorb all of the impact, but while sliding over the asphalt you’ll be grateful for that great suit. And that you live to tell about it and still look good on pictures, is thanks to a good quality helmet. So invest in a good motorcycle outfit.”