Fall River, MA (PRWEB) June 15, 2006
Many of the mesh riding jackets on the market today are made of polyester. Though breathable, this less expensive material does not provide the same tensile strength and abrasion resistance as Cordura Nylon. Vanson Leathers, America’s leading producer of motorcycle clothing, has incorporated 1000 denier Cordura Nylon mesh, the company’s proprietary competition weight cowhide and CE approved armor into the first truly innovative protective mesh garment since the segment was defined.
Mesh jackets have been commonly considered to be one-crash garments. Their lightweight construction and low price has made them disposable. With the VX3, Vanson has created a competitively priced garment using materials and construction techniques honed in the production of the company’s world famous racing suits. Competition weight cowhide backs the nylon mesh in the impact zones which is in turn backed by the armor which exceeds all current stringent European standards (CE) for protection. This innovative combination of protective elements extends the functional life of the garment.
About Vanson Leathers:
Vanson Leathers is America’s largest manufacturer of leather motorcycle jackets and motorcycle riding apparel for men and women. In business for thirty years in Massachusetts, USA, Vanson has consistently innovated and evolved its product line to exceed the expectations of motorcycle riders worldwide.
For more information contact Ken Hendren of Vanson Leathers at 508-678-2000 or visit http://www.vansonleathers.com