HotBikerGear.com Adds HairGlove*, Hair Ringz* to Apparel Lineup

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The Hair Glove prevents knotting and tangling while keeping hair protected from exhaust, dirt, dust and other damaging elements. Provides a sleek and stylish look to persons wearing it. Simply hook it, wrap it, snap it and go!

Hair Glove* introduced the concept of motorcycle "hairwear" from a single car garage in Orange County, California back in 1999. They integrated function style and riders needs with the motorcycle way of life. The products are distinguised by custom features that riders appreciate. The Hair Glove does not pinch or pull and stylishly keeps hair out of the face while protecting from road dust and tangling. Best of all they don't look like everything you see on everyone else. The products are unisex in design.

A crowd pleaser is the stunning embossed, cutout design in leather that coordinates beautifully with your leather clothing.. Patented in 2010, the ink embossed line features fine grain leather sprayed with ink giving a 3D look and feel.

The Hair Ringz* is one of the fastest growing products. Hair Ringz* are an accent piece of hair jewelry that slide over traditional pony tail hair elastics. From antique look to bold the Hair Ringz is a beautiful and afforable option to hair wear.

Purchase your Hair Glove*, HairRinzg today at http://www.HotBikerGear.com

New designs are being stocked weekly.

HotBikerGear and BikerBabeLeather recently opened on the web to service the new breed of online shopper looking for something different combined with the ease of online ordering. Hot Biker Gear has a selective array of unique and stunning top grain leather products like drumdyed motor cycle jackets with gun pockets, chaps, Tshirts, skull caps and more to please the daily biker and the weekend biker alike. Plus, shocking soft nappa leather lingerie to satisfy the Biker Babe in every women. Many of the leather designs are diverse enough to lend themselves to provocative party and playwear.

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