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Why fasten a motorcycle jacket to motorcycle boots? Nuances in the choice of fastening equipment

I will describe my experience of owning a motorcycle jacket and motorcycle boots, which can be fastened with a zipper among themselves.

Why do you think it's better to buy one brand at the top and bottom?

– Because you won't need to zip the zipper :-).

Detachable top and bottom, separate motorcycle jumpsuit

I will describe my experience of owning a motorcycle jacket and motorcycle boots, which can be fastened with a zipper among themselves.

Why do you think it's better to buy one brand at the top and bottom?

– Because you won't need to zip the zipper :-).

Detachable top and bottom, separate motorcycle jumpsuit

If you touch a little on the topic, motorcycle overalls, then they are one-piece (dressed and removed all together) and separate (you can separately remove and put on a jacket and pants). So, you can make a separate jumpsuit with a jacket and pants that can be fastened with a zipper!

Why is this very stitching so useful?

– The answer is simple, in addition to the fact that if there is a fall, your jacket will not twitch and you will not scratch your back, fastening is very warm in cold weather! Tested on yourself more than once. Catching a cold in the lower back on a motorcycle is easy. Motorcycle jackets are usually not very long and when you eat, the wind blows into your back.

But as soon as you pull off your pants jacket, the blowing stops. It's getting a lot warmer to go!

That's why zipping is so important!

Not all jackets and pants have zippers for fastening.

Alas, I am now faced with such a problem that not all motorcycle jackets and pants have this very zipper for fastening.

For some, instead of a zipper, there is a loop – which clings to the belt of the trousers – so that the jacket does not get tattered. But this feature does not save you from the cold! Therefore, if you bought yourself motorcycles with a zipper for fastening, then look for a motorcycle jacket of the SAME manufacturer also with a zipper for fastening!

For example, I have a Spidi jacket and Dainese pants. Alas, although the zipper fits, but in the pants it is a little longer, as a result, the jacket in one side is axed. That is, you need to either sew the zipper, or buy one brand and pants and a jacket.

By the way, motorcycles usually do not have a zipper for fastening. Consider this!

And for dessert, an advertisement for a Dainese motorcycle jacket that has a zipper for stitching, the video shows very clearly how all this is done: