MOTORCYCLE EQUIPMENT

COLLECTION 2023

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VALLI EX-S Hard – Orange, Navy

BREMA style, functionality and appeal for the off-road world. Well defined technical characteristics and strong style relationship with the brand’s history. •The long sleeve jersey, is partly made in 100% PL fabric, which is then  printed by sublimation technique to obtain the desired color and have the graphic effect. This material is particularly tear-resistant despite its lightness. •There is a net on the side and under the sleeve, always in polyester, to improve perspiration, also these parts are printed in sublimatic. •On the front, part of the shoulder strap and the top of the sleeves, an elastic ripstop fabric is used, which is much more resistant to tearing and prevents brambles, thorns and more from ruining the garment. •On the front there are small holes that could not be possible on knitted fabrics, giving it that ventilation highly appreciated by those who practice Enduro. •The sleeve bottoms do not have a true cuff, they are finished with an elastic border on the inside, thus ensuring a better fit on the forearms. •Crafted in 13 pieces, the long sleeve jersey is specially designed for a better fit that is an important feature when the maximum freedom of movement is needed. •At the height of the elbows, there is a small reinforcement obtained by   thermoforming, which makes the shirt more tear-resistant in one of the most stressed areas. •On the bottom part of the back, there is a small silicone strip that prevents the shirt from riding up when tucked into trousers. •The one-of-a-kind graphics are called Hard and are available in 4 different color combinations: Navy-Turquoise-Navy, Navy-Red, Navy-Orange and Navy.

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