Forcefield are Body Armour specialists that create impact protection and high-performance clothing systems. The Body Armour Sports Jacket is an armoured layer for motorcycling whether that’s road, touring or commuting, and comes in either the CE1 or CE2 version. The difference between the two is the thickness of the armour built into the jacket - the CE1 is 8mm thick whilst the CE2 is 12mm.
This attractive Hybrid Jacket comes in Black or Black with brown detailing (the best-looking version in our opinion) this lightweight jacket will help to keep you warm and dry thanks to the tough, water resistant woven panels you will be hard pushed to find an excuse not to get out in bad weather. with stretchy fabrics to give you protection and comfort while you train.
Today I saw an excellent example of exactly how you should cycle in the winter months. Not only was it dark and gloomy it was also very foggy, and this person was cycling along, wearing a black jacket and black pair of trousers with the most pathetic red rear light. This dangerous combination meant I couldn’t see the cyclist until I was right on top of them! If they made it home safely, it would be a miracle…
I been riding motorbikes for as long as I can remember, and the weather must be pretty awful for me to opt for my car instead. Throughout these years of riding, I have concluded that you should always wear the best gear you can afford, as you generally get what you pay for with motorbike clothing. My current choice of clothing has boiled down to an armoured Gortex 2-piece suit and heavy adventure motorbike boots. Whilst this combination gives great protection it isn’t the most comfortable of clothing when you get off.
I have always loved a big chunky winter coat and when I got the chance to write a review for London Tradition, I jumped at it.
Since the 19th century, London Tradition has been a centre of garment manufacturing, however there are very few companies like them left. They are deeply proud to represent the best in modern British manufacturing.