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A brand associated with manufacturing and supplying of worthwhile tailor made motocross gear, motorcycle Apparel and motorbike leather suits, jackets, pants, shirts, jerseys, vests and shorts, rain wear, protective gear, gloves of all kinds and accessories for ambitious and energetic motorcycle and motorbike riders. Befit Sports dirt bike and off road clothing is especially shaped to ease the biker as per the track requirement and for his utmost safety in case of hit. Whatever the conditions are, Befit Sports gear safeguards the rider from being wet, dirty and hurt while carrying out his performance on road or off road.

Monday, November 9, 2009

Motorcycle, Motorbike, Motocross Clothing, Gloves, Rainwear, Protective Gear

Clothing, Gloves, Rainwear and Protective Gear
The primary purpose of clothing is functional, as a protection from the elements. Clothes also have important social and cultural functions. A uniform, for example, may identify a team or group. Most sports and physical activities are practiced wearing special clothing, for practical, comfort or safety reasons. Common sportswear garments include special jackets, shirts, suits pants, salopettes. 
Motorbike Leather Suits
Leather suits are usually one piece or two pieces suits with combination of jacket and trousers worn by motorcyclists mainly for protection in a crash. The protective leather used in making leather suits is stronger, moderately flexible and much tougher. The leather suit is officially tested for ergonomics and impact abrasion, cut, tear and burst resistance. They do not have to be too heavy. 

Currently there are two major styles of motorcycle leathers: the tight fitting, sometimes colorful one or two piece suits based on motorcycle racing leathers and the somewhat looser fitting leather trousers and jackets, usually black and often decorated with metal studs and tassels. The latter style, the jackets in particular, are also worn by people who are fond of the style but do not ride motorcycles. The modern leather suits have armors on the inside at major impact regions such as shoulders, elbows, hips, knees and back. They are designed to spread the impact load and shear strains to prevent and reduce harm levels of injury and disablement.

Befit Sports’ Super moto and Motorbike Leather Suits for men and women are made from 1.3 mm superior leather with perforated Panels for cooling. Removable Mesh Lining placed for optimal fit and comfort, CE certified protectors on the Elbow, Knee and Shoulder areas, replaceable PU Knee Sliders and foam padding on the arms, back and on hump.

Motorcycle Leather Jackets
A jacket is a type of sleeved hip or waist-length garment for the upper body. Some jackets are fashionable while others serve as protective clothing. Motorbike riders use a special designed jacket with padding on the shoulders and elbows, chest and back for maximum protection of the body. Motorbike jackets designed for protective use are safety equipment and thus are heavier, thicker and often equipped with armor, becoming a very practical item of apparel.

Have a glimpse on Befit Sports Leather Jackets, Motorbike Leather Jackets, Biker Jackets, Men’s Racing Jackets, Men's Leather Jackets and Supermoto Jackets, each with an elegant appearance. Befit Sports Leather Jackets are designed and crafted with fastidious care for maximum safety of a rider. Motorbike Leather Jackets are made from the high grade leather of thickness 1.2mm. You can even get a custom-made leather motorcycle jacket from Befit Sports made from premium soft touch cowhide and has a removable quilted liner.

Motorcycle Leather Pants
Trousers are an item of clothing worn on the lower part of the body from the waist to the ankles, covering both legs separately. Motorbike leather pants are cut for comfort and fit, constructed of heavy-duty milled cowhide, the rider will be protected from abrasion but still be able to move freely without feeling restricted by the material. 

Always insist seller for Befit Sports premium quality Leather Pants, Motorbike Leather Pants, Men’s Leather Pants, Biker’s Leather Pants, Motorcycle Leather Pants, Off Road Pants and Race Trousers made from cowhide 1.2mm genuine Leather with 100% Polyester Lining where Protection and comfort both matter. Every Biker must own a pair of these ultimate prime quality Leather Trousers that is well-off with its stretching fold Panels on Knees, waist and back with CE Protectors on Knees.
Motorcycle and Motocross Textile Jackets
Increasingly, motorcyclists are choosing protective equipment constructed of man-made textiles due to their improved weather protection from heat, cold, and water and the increased utility these garments tend to provide in terms of pockets and vents. Common materials include high density 600-1000 Denier Cordura or blends of Kevlar, Cordura, and Lycra and often include waterproof liners made from materials such as Gore-Tex. These artificial fabrics are said by some motorcyclists to be more comfortable.

Being Manufacturers and Exporters, Befit Sports has presented vast range of Waterproof Textile Clothing like Motorcycle Textile Jackets, Textile Long Jackets, Motorcycle Jackets, Men’s Textile Jackets and Women's Jackets with removable CE armor in the shoulders and elbows keeps impact areas safe, specially shaped with modern technical features by our designers. Prevention is more important than defense, therefore Befit Sports has included reflective piping all over the jackets. Motorcycle Bikers and Riders feel immense pleasure and easiness by using Befit Sports Textile Apparel on long journeys. 

Motocross and Motorcycle Pants
Pants safety comes down to three factors: 
*What they are made of?
*What type of incorporated safeguards they have? 
*How well they accommodate added protection?
Synthetic fabrics generally provide better protection from inclement weather. Key elements of performance include strength; the protective clothing especially the trousers must maintain its integrity in the event of a crash, abrasion resistance, and heat resistance; whilst sliding the friction with the road can result in enough heat to melt many synthetic materials, ability to stretch and breathe for comfort. Pants are offered in various fabrics but Befit Sports textile pants particularly for bikers pants are made from Cordura 600D with combination of 1600D and synthetic leather Amara on knee area. Additional protection, by way of knee or hip protectors, is accessible in a variety of pants. If you are looking for protection, Befit Sports products are the best. Safety is obviously one of the most important factors in selecting MX pants. 
As OEM, Manufacturers and Suppliers, Befit Sports has been struggling in pioneering new models of Textile Garments, Textile Trousers, MX Pants, Supercross Pants, Dirt_bike Pants, Street_bike Pants, Enduro Trousers and Race Pants. Befit Sports highly recommends its Motocross Gear and MX clothing to the fervent Biker and Riders for their Safety and Protection. Befit Sports offers tailor made custom models too.

MX Shirts OR Sublimated Shirts:
These days the sublimated print shirts are most popular in bikers community. The fabric used in these type of jerseys is water repellent Polyester Textile having 140~200 gsm. Befit Sports pays special attention in producing the shirts with boosted moisture absorbency and resistance, unfading sublimated graphics, set-in sleeves, and a great non-restrictive collar made from the same material as the rest of the jersey. Sublimation Jerseys, Sublimated Shirts, MX shirts Dirtbike Jerseys and T Shirts with having an attractive look are the distinctive collection of Befit Sports.  
Rain Wear
Rain Gear keeps Rider safe from dirty weather. A raincoat is a waterproof or water-resistant coat worn to protect the body from rain. The term rain jacket is sometimes used to refer to raincoats that are waist length. A rain jacket may be combined with a pair of rain pants to make a rain suit. Modern raincoats are often constructed of breathable, waterproof fabrics such as Gore-Tex and coated nylons. These fabrics allow some air to pass through, allowing the garment to 'breathe' so that sweat vapor can escape. If light weight, durability and foul weather protection is what you are after, this is the Befit Sports Rain wear you seek. Revolutionary vent air fabric stretches and moves with your body better offering total protection from wind and rain. Reflective piping and details enhance visibility. 

Whatever the conditions are Befit Sports Rain Suits, Rain Cumby, Rain Coat, Rain Jackets and Rain Pants provide ample safety to users from being wet. Befit Sports Rain Clothing is available in fashionable and modern designs.

A glove is a type of garment which covers all or parts of the hand and fingers, usually extending over the wrist or part of the arm but allowing independent movement of the fingers. Gloves have separate sheaths or openings for each finger and the thumb. Gloves are made from leather, from fabric, from rubber or from plastic too. Gloves protect and comfort hands against cold or heat, damage by friction, abrasion and provide safety for what a bare hand should not touch.

Motorbike Gloves
Motorbike gloves are typically gloves made of leather. Additional protection may involve titanium or carbon panels for knuckles and the joints of the fingers. Optional features include weatherproofing. Leather gloves, Motorbike Gloves, Motorcycle Gloves, Racing Gloves, motorbike leather gloves, leather racing gloves, and bikers Gloves offered by Befit Sports meet Riders needs. Befit Sports Gloves are made from fine classy cow hide leather with Knuckle Protection.

Motocross Gloves
Motocross gloves are made from leather, synthetic leather and textile. These gloves typically have reinforced palms intended to protect the rider from abrasion injuries in case of slap. The variety of MX gloves or Motocross Gloves, Dirtbike Gloves are the specialty of Befit Sports characterized by handsome look, lightweight, adjustable elasticized Velcro band and double stitches on high stress area of the glove.

Armour Jacket and Armour Trousers
Armour Jacket and Armour Trousers are protective gear intended to defend its wearer from intentional harm in case of collision. Armour has been used throughout recorded history, primarily for military purposes but now it has been used also in different fields of sports for the protection of the body of the wearer especially the ribs, stomach, back, shoulder, arms, hip and knee.

Shoulder Pads
Shoulder pads are a piece of protective equipment used to protect the shoulder from any injury. Most modern shoulder pads consist of a shock absorbing foam material with a hard plastic outer shell.

Elbow Pads and Knee Pads
Elbow pads and Knee pads are protective gear worn on Elbow and Knee to protect them against impact injury during a fall or a strike. Knee guards and elbow guards are worn in many activities such as motorcycling, cycling, roller skating, skate boarding etc.

Befit Sports strives to safeguard the Bikers from being hurt while carrying out their performance on road or off road. Befit Armor Suits, Armor Jackets, Armor Trousers, Back Protectors, Kidney Belts, Shoulder Protectors, Elbow Protectors and Knee Protectors are exceptionally shaped to the safety of the riders.

Saddle Bags
Saddlebags are bags that are attached to saddles. In simple words a pair of covered pouches hanging over the rear wheel of a bicycle or motorcycle or laid across the back of a horse behind the saddle. The excellent and exclusive Sports Bags, Saddle Bags and Tool Bags made from genuine cowhide and in different shapes and sizes are available with Befit Sports.

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Leather and Textile

The skin or hide taken from large animals is generally too thick for most uses so it is split into two or even three layers, in simple terms the top split being the outside of the skin is comprised of densely compacted fibres as you reach the back of a skin the fibres become much less dense. The Top split has its own natural surface and is used for the quality jackets, coats, vests and pants, gloves, protective wear and for many other uses.

Leather skin or hide of animals is cured by tanning to prevent decay and to impart flexibility and toughness. Prehistoric and primitive peoples preserved pelts with grease and smoke and used them chiefly for shoes, garments, coverings and other purposes. Today pelts are prepared for tanning by dehairing, usually with lime, followed by fleshing and cleaning. After tanning, leather is generally treated with fats to assure pliability. The practice of shaving leather to the required thickness was abandoned early in the 18th century until the invention of a machine that split the tanned leather into a flesh layer and a grain “hair-side” layer. Characteristic grains may be brought out by rubbing, or may be imitated by embossing. Finishes include glazing, a high glaze being achieved by rolling with glass cylinders; coloring with stains or dyes; enameling or lacquering as for patent leather; and sueding, buffing with emery or carborundum wheels to raise a nap, usually on the flesh side.

Leather has been used as clothing since the earliest days of human existence. Prehistoric people wrapped animal skins around their bodies for warmth. During the Stone Age, garments were held together with leather straps that had been threaded through holes punched in the hide with crude implements made of stone. The hides were stiff and did not last long before putrefaction made them unwearable. Later, people learned to soften the hides by rubbing them with animal fat and used stones to clean the animal cells from the skins. It is also possible that in trying to dye the skins with various substances, early people discovered further preservation methods.

Preservation methods have varied over the centuries. Hides have been smoked, salted, soaked, rubbed with animal dung, beaten, and dragged over sharp sticks. Prehistoric people and some modern Eskimos have even resorted to chewing the skins to remove hair, pieces of flesh, and ultimately, to soften the leather. In some cultures, the skins were sprinkled with talc and flour to replace the natural oils. Women's leather garments were often doused with perfumes. Although leather was a valuable trade commodity, the tanning work was dirty and odorous, and leather workers were usually relegated to the outskirts of town. In the 19th century, machines were developed to perform these processes and an American chemist developed a tanning method using chromium salts that cut the processing time from weeks or months to just a few hours.

Antelope, lambskin, sheepskin, and cowhide are the hides most commonly used to make leather jackets, coats, trousers and other garments and clothing. As soon as the skin is removed from the animal at the meat processing plant, it is refrigerated, salted, or packed in barrels of brine. It is then sent to the tannery where the skins undergo a series of processes designed to preserve and soften the hides. The work performed at the tannery is of utmost importance to insure that the resulting garment is of high quality.

Leather is used for men, women and children casual garments, motorcycle and motorbike clothing like suits, coats, jackets, vest, pants, trousers, gloves, boots, protective wear, off road gear, kart racing driving suit, luggage, performance apparel etc.

Leather Preparation Process:

*Trimming and cleaning
The skins are trimmed and sorted according to size, weight, and thickness. It is necessary to remove any remaining proteins that could stimulate the growth of bacteria. To this end, the skins are soaked in revolving drums filled with water, bactericides, and detergents. Hair is removed with the application of chemical sprays or lime solutions. A scudding machine fitted with dull blades scrapes off any excess hair. Another round of washing (de-liming) removes these chemicals before the hides are soaked in an acid solution and then bated, an enzyme treatment to further remove the skins' collagens. Finally, the hides are pickled with salt and sulfuric acid.

The hides undergo one of three types of tanning. 
  • Vegetable tanning
  • Mineral tanning
  • Oil tanning 
*Washing and drying
After the skins have been tanned, they are washed once again and wrung out thoroughly. Then the skins are passed under a band knife, which cuts the skins to a uniform thickness, and they are carried to drying tunnels. Usually, the skins are stretched on frames to prevent shrinkage during the drying stage. To combat the stiffness that drying produces, the hides are sprayed with water and soap and allowed to hang for a period of time. After the skins have been conditioned, they are placed in machines designed to rhythmically manipulate the leather so that the fibers are further loosened and made more flexible. In the final drying period, the hides are hung in vacuum-drying cabinets. When the skins are thoroughly dried, they are buffed with revolving steel cylinders covered with abrasive paper. Suede finishes are produced by passing the hides under high-speed emery wheels. At this point, glazes, dyes, and lacquers are applied. The skins are now ready to be sent to the garment factory.

Artificial or Synthetic Leather
Made since about 1850, was originally a strong fabric coated with a rubber composition or with a synthetic substance such as pyroxylin. Since World War II, materials made from vinyl polymers have far outstripped the earlier artificial leathers in commercial importance.

Textile is any filament, fibre or yarn that can be made into fabric or cloth and the resulting material it self. The word originally referred only to woven fabrics but now includes knitted, bonded, felted, and tufted fabrics as well. The basic raw materials used in textile production are fibres, either obtained from natural sources cotton and wool or produced from chemical substances e.g. nylon and polyester. Textiles are used for wearing apparel and for many other purposes.

The term 'Textile' is a Latin word originating from the word 'texere' which means 'to weave'. Textile refers to a flexible material comprising of a network of natural or artificial fibers, known as yarn. Textiles are formed by weaving, knitting, crocheting, knotting and pressing fibers together.

The history of textile is almost as old as that of human civilization and as time moves on the history of textile has further enriched itself. The discovery of machines and their widespread application in processing natural fibers was a direct outcome of the industrial revolution of the 18th and 19th centuries. The discoveries of various synthetic fibers like nylon created a wider market for textile products and gradually led to the invention of new and improved sources of natural fiber.

Textiles can be produced from a wide range of materials .However, these materials usually comes from four primarily sources. These sources are animal, plant, mineral and synthetic.

Textile Processing:
Textile manufacturing is one of the oldest of man's technologies. The machine used for weaving is the loom. For decoration, the process of colouring yarn or the finished material is dyeing.

*Typical textile processing includes four stages: 
  • Yarn formation
  •  Fabric formation
  •  Wet processing
  •  Fabrication 
*Finishing Process: 
  • Singeing is the process of removing the pills and protruding fibers of the fabric coming from weaving.
  • Desizing of fabric is essential to remove the sizing materials added during warping to strengthen the warp yarns.
  • Bleaching is a process to make the fabric or yarn look brighter and whiter. This is achieved by oxidizing or reducing the coloring matters in to colorless form.
  • Dyeing is yet another sub branch of processing with so many
    a) Direct Dyeing      b) Naphthol dyes      c) Vat dyes
  • Finishing is the final process to impart the required end to the fabric. crease resistant finish is imparted to make the fabric wrinkle free, fire proof finish is for fire resistance, anti microbial finish for odour and micro organism resist finished and so on.
  • Printing is a science as well as an art. Digital printing or any photograph can be printed straightaway on the fabric.
Some Kinds of Textile:
  • Fleece: a soft bulky fabric with deep pile; used chiefly for clothing.
  • Net or Mesh: an open fabric woven together at regular intervals
  • Nylon: a synthetic fabric
  • Polyester: any of a large class of synthetic fabrics
  • Taffeta: a crisp smooth lustrous fabric
  • Wool: a protein fabric made from the hair of sheep
  • Felt: a fabric made of compressed matted animal fibers
  • Cotton: a plant fiber.
Clothe Manufacturing Process:
The development of high-speed sewing machinery changed the face of traditional sewing factories where one person may have worked on a single garment from start to finish. Because leather garments are considered luxury items, hand-construction by highly skilled artisans is still sought by many consumers.

Garment manufacturers typically employ designers to create patterns from which the clothing is made. Computerized machines grade the designs according to anthropometric tables which assign sizes based on body height and weight. The computer then produces patterns in a range of sizes from the original design.

The leather or fabric is placed on large tables called spreaders. Leather is usually cut one layer at a time although modern technology allows several layers of fabric to be cut simultaneously. The pattern is placed on top of the leather or textile, this is accomplished in one of two ways; tissue-paper patterns may be pinned onto the leather or the pattern may be marked with tailor's chalk. The most recent technological advance is the computerized laser beam system in which the fabric seams are vaporized rather than cut. Lining material is also cut in the same manner because it is of a much thinner weight, lining can be placed on the spreaders in multiple layers.

Jacket / Coat / Vests / Shirts / Pants / Shorts
The garment is assembled in roughly this order: the sides are stitched to the back portion, sleeve under-seams are stitched together, and the sleeves are attached to the armholes. The attachment of finishing pieces such as collars, cuffs, button-holes, buttons, zippers, and pockets varies according to the design of the Garment. Patch pockets are sewn onto the side pieces before they are stitched to the back portion, and side pockets are sewn in at the same time that the sides are attached to the back. Generally, lining material is attached to each piece before it is sewn onto the garment.

A number of pressing processes incorporating heat application, steaming, and blocking are employed to complete the transformation of garment. Buck presses equipped with controls and gauges to regulate the amount of steam and pressure are used to give the garment its distinctive shape.

*Quality Control and Final Inspection
The thoroughness of the process is designed to produce apparel that are supple and free of bacteria-causing proteins. Garment manufacturers inspect each shipment of for marks, tears, stains and imperfections. Consistent level of quality is maintained. Each garment is inspected by hand before it leaves the factory floor. The completed garment is then sheathed in plastic bags, packed into cartons, and shipped to the buyer.

Popular Material Brands

Cordura is the registered name of a certified nylon fabric from INVISTA, a wholly owned division of Koch Industries, Inc. Previously it was registered name of a certified fabric from DuPont. For more than 30 years, the CORDURA® brand has been recognized worldwide as the fabric of choice when it comes to durability. Cordura is a dense 1000/280 denier weave, but lightweight (about 11 oz. per yard) and breathable. It has excellent resistance to scuffing and pilling under demanding conditions. Its new super-softness makes it comfortable as well as stylish and functional. CORDURA fabrics are more durable than comparable unbranded fabrics. Cordura has properties like water repellant, tear resistance and durability.

It is designed to be long lasting and resistant to abrasions, tears and scuffs and is used in a wide range of products like clothing, gear, backpacks, boots to luggage, performance apparel, motorcycle clothing, kart racing driving suit, anywhere that abrasion resistance is important and sporting and recreational equipment, outdoor gear and work wear to upholstery.

Cordura is not one fabric, but rather a brand that manufactures a wide variety of fabrics from lightweight rip-stop nylon to heavy duty ballistic fabrics.

Originally developed as an inexpensive synthetic replacement for silk in the production of parachutes during World War II, Ripstop nylons now come in a range of weights and textures, prints and colors, waterproof, water resistant, fire resistant, zero porosity (will not allow air or water through), light, medium and heavy weight. Textures range from soft, silk like to crisp or stiff ones that sound like a paper bag when they are moved.

GORE-TEX is a registered trademark and the best-known product of W. L. Gore & amp Associates, Inc. The trademarked product was introduced in 1989. The fabric is specifically engineered to be a breathable water and wind-proof material. The phrase "Guaranteed to Keep you Dry®" is also a Gore-owned registered trademark, part of the GORE-TEX® warranty.

Trademarked name of poly-para-phenylene terephthalamide, a nylon like polymer first produced by DuPont in 1971. Kevlar can be made into strong, tough, stiff, high-melting fibres, five times stronger per weight than steel. it is used in motorcycle and motorbike clothing, Protective and safety gear, gloves, body armors, radial tires, heat- or flame-resistant fabrics, bulletproof clothing and fibre-reinforced composite materials for aircraft panels, boat hulls, golf-club shafts, and lightweight bicycles.

An elastic synthetic fiber; usually provides a core around which other fibers are wound. In 1942, William Hanford and Donald Holmes invented polyurethane together that was improved by DuPont in late 1950s. Polyurethane is the basis of a novel type of electrometric fiber known generically as spandex. It is a man-made fiber (segmented polyurethane) able to stretch at least 100% and snap back like natural rubber. It replaced the rubber used in women garments, gloves, sports wear.

A material made by the 3M Company that is made of millions of glass beads affixed to the surface. Each glass bead is covered with a metallic reflective layer on half of its surface (the "back" half) and this, combined with the spherical nature of the glass beads gives the materials their reflective properties. It is used for screens utilizing the front projection special effects process, as well as being employed for nighttime high-visibility safety applications on reflective clothing.

A nylon fabric used as a fastening consisting of two strips of nylon fabric, one having tiny hooked threads and the other a coarse surface, that form a strong bond when pressed together.

*YKK Zipper
A generic name for slide fasteners in which two sets of interlocking teeth of the same design provide sturdy and continuous closure for adjacent pieces of textile, leather and other materials. YKK Group, a Japanese multinational brand is famous for zippers.

is a textile company with headquarters in Switzerland. The company specializes in the development and manufacturing of innovative fabrics and smart textile technologies.

*Schoeller Dynatec
Fabric made of Dynafil is highly tear-resistant and extremely robust. Its melting point is 290 °C. Schoeller® dynatec is a hard wearing fabric with good protective properties and a high level of stability. It is pleasant to the touch, can cope with heavy demands and has an attractive appearance. This is why it is used not only in clothing but in luggage too.

*Schoeller Keprotec

An extreme protective fabric originally developed for motorcycle racing, is A blend of Kevlar and PA fibres using the highest-quality materials which ensures extreme tear resistance, highest rub-proofing and perfect heat-friction resistance. It is used to reinforce those areas which are most at risk in the event of a fall, elbows, shoulders, knees or thumbs etc.

A waterproof film with polyurethane coating. Numerous micro pores are placed all over the polyurethane coating which shut out water from the outside, yet allow the moisture or warm steam from the body to exit. Glove liners made with HIPORA® are waterproof, windproof and breathable all at the same time and will keep hands dry and comfortable.

Manmade micro-fiber created by 3M that traps insulating air to keep you warmer. It is non-bulky, lightweight, compact resistant and durable. Warmer than foam, felt, pile for the same thickness, it insulates under damp conditions absorbing less than 1% of it's weight in water and dries quickly. It is used in clothing such as winter jackets and gloves.

A flame and temprature resistant meta-aramid material developed in the early 1960s by DuPont and first marketed in 1967. This synthetic material used in the manufacturing of flight suits and protective clothing, driving suits, gloves, shoes, helmet liners, balaclavas and undergarments.  

Coolmax is a registered trademark the manufacturer,INVISTA. Clothing made from Coolmax is primarily intended to be worn during exertion, sweat can evaporate quickly so the wearer is kept dry. Other useful properties include resistance to fading, shrinking and wrinkling.

A synthetic rubber that is resistant to oils and aging. It is being widely used in wet suits and waterproof products. Extremely good weather resistance (both heat and cold) with ultraviolet stability and it offers protection against harsh chemicals like acid, oil, grease, solvent, and more.

Similar to Neoprene, this material combines breathability and cool comfort with wrist support, flexibility and impact protection to knuckles.

The highest quality synthetic leather-like substance that is commonly used in gloves, handbags etc. The Clarino fibers are thousands of times finer than silk, making it extremely tough - yet supple, dexterous, lightweight, breathable and comfortable to wear all day long. Unlike typical leather, Clarino Amara is breathable and repels wind, water, stains and can be machine washed and will not shrink, stretch or harden.

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