Knox Studio Collection

Posted December 12th, 2014 in News Leave a comment

The Knox Studio Collection is a new range of stylish motorcycle jackets that are designed to be worn on and off the bike. What makes the collection so different is that the outer jackets have been styled and tailored to wear every day without integral bulky armour.

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When it’s time to ride, each jacket features an innovative dual fit zip system, which changes the fit in the arms and body so that an armoured shirt, quilt or a mid layer can be worn comfortably beneath making it a perfect functioning motorcycle jacket. Knox have created a new armoured shirt for both men and women, that is worn separately, but which fits neatly beneath the jacket. Knox thermal quilted jackets and mid layers can also be worn as liners or as jackets in their own right.

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Off the bike, remove the armoured layer, close the underarm zip system and the outer jacket is ready to wear for everyday life. It’s as stylish and tailored as you would expect of your favourite jacket. The system makes a seamless transition between life on and off the bike and answers the trend for more fitted stylish clothing for both men and women.

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The collection features textile and wax jackets, all of which are waterproof, using a 10k waterproof/breathable membrane that is laminated onto the back of the fabric. The Studio Collection represents a huge step forward in motorcycle clothing, banishing bulky, uncomfortable and one-dimensional jackets forever.

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Customers can pre-order now for delivery in February 2015. The collection is available exclusively on line from Knox at www.planet-knox.com and prices of jackets start from £224.99.

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Have a look at the promotional video: http://www.planet-knox.com/en/2014/12/knox-studio-collection-video/

Written by 2Commute (Ian Grainger), © 2019 all rights reserved.
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