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by:NOX BELLCOW     2019-11-23
choosing the right motorcycle leathers: a buyer’s guide to ...  -  high quality medical grade skin care products
There are several issues that must be considered when considering the purchase of motorcycle leather.
While one would think this style is the most important, in fact, a good set of motorcycle leather is the most important protection for any serious motorcyclist.
Over the years, leather has proved to be the best material for motorcycle clothing, as it is tear-resistant and naturally warm, and it acts as the first layer of defense, between the motorcycle hand and the rough asphalt road.
Leather usually saves the skin of many motorcyclists.
However, all the leather is different.
In this article, I will try to address the options that people riding motorcycles face when buying motorcycle leather.
We will explore different types of leather, different tanning techniques, and how to distinguish these differences.
When looking for motorcycle leather, you will encounter three kinds of leather: pig skin, Buffalo and cowhide.
Sometimes you will find leather such as sheepskin and sheepskin.
Please note that these leather are inferior and should not be considered riding grade leather.
The Pigskin is sometimes called soft leather and feels thick and soft.
It will keep you warm in winter and looks very beautiful.
There is nothing wrong with the soft leather (pigskin or sheepskin) except that it has a tendency to tear and is less durable and is not considered riding grade leather.
Pig skin is a way if you are looking for a cyclist but don't ride!
In addition, for clothing (such as leather vests) that are not necessarily worn for protection, pigskin and sheepskin are excellent choices due to softness and softness.
There are many fine styles of soft leather, which is the cheapest leather.
If you ride a bike, stay away from the pigskin for protection;
Spend the extra money to protect yourself with some genuine leather riding class motorcycle.
Buffalo leather is another high quality leather, not Buffalo from North America, but Buffalo native to India and Pakistan.
Many leather products come from this part of the world and Pakistanis are famous for their expertise in producing leather garments.
The buffalo leather is also very thick (ca 1.
2mm), can be tanned in top texture and bare leather craft.
Although the buffalo leather is not as common as the cowhide, it is durable and not easy to tear. it is considered to be riding grade leather.
The most commonly used material for motorcycle leather is cowhide, which is chosen for its strength and durability.
Anywhere from 1-11.
3mm thick, depending on the tanning process, is naturally warm and provides maximum protection for road rashes.
Cowhide is the ultimate choice for riding grade leather, with cyclists everywhere.
No matter what type of leather you choose, you need to understand the tanning process and how it adds or reduces the quality of the leather.
The leather used to be the skin of an animal, so it must be reinforced by a tanning process and prevented it from breaking down.
Tanning keeps the skin stable and rotted without sacrificing its structure and strength.
The tanning process consists of several stages, including the removal of the outer layer of the hair and skin, as well as the fat part of the meat.
Then, stabilize the skin by using one of several methods of tanning animal oil, alum, Chrome salt or vegetables.
For our purposes, how it is actually done determines the quality or riding level.
To fully understand the options available, the term "grain" must first be understood ".
Grain is the skin or outer layer of animal skin.
Although there are defects such as cutting, scars and scratches, the particles in the natural state have the best fiber strength and therefore have the best durability.
The grain also has a natural breathability, bringing greater comfort to the wearer.
The middle or lower part of a hidden object divided into two or more thicknesses.
Apply a polymer coating on the imitation leather and perform relief treatment.
The finished split should only be used in low stress applications, as they basically do not have particles.
If polymer coating is not used, it is usually used to make suede.
It is not considered a riding class, but it still looks good.
The top textured leather is polished to remove scars and blemishes and then sprayed or pasted to get a uniform look.
The smooth side is where hair and natural grains used to be.
Top texture is probably the most common material in motorcycle leather.
It is not the best leather, but the price is moderate and the thickness is 1 to 1.
The 2mm, top grain leather is considered a sturdy and durable riding grade material.
Also known as Full-
Grain leather, this tanning process uses only the best hand picked leather.
Full grain leather removes only hair and does not polish to remove the imperfections, so the skin remains smooth.
Bare leather has nothing but Dye.
Full Grain bare leather does not need to break for a period of time and is soft to feel from the beginning.
Hides is usually 1.
3mm thick, must be picked by hand in order to be uniform.
Full of nature-
The grain bare leather will wear better than other leather and will improve over time.
This type of leather is the final riding grade;
The most popular and therefore the most expensive.
The finished split will be very thin.
Most cycling leather is at least 1mm thick.
The textured leather on the top is the top of the skin, and there are small bumps everywhere in the past hair follicles.
The grain dress at the top is a little stiff at the new time and takes a while to break.
On the other hand, the bare leather or full grain leather is very smooth and there is no small bump that appears in the top texture.
New clothes are not stiff either.
The bare leather is soft from the beginning and does not need to break for a period of time.
Pig skin or pig Napa is the most like bare leather because it is soft and soft skin and can also be very thick.
It's not that this happens often, it's to be careful with unscrupulous retailers who are trying to buy full-grain cowhide through pigskin.
It may be pig skin if it's cheap.
Although the mutton skin is not as thick as the pig skin, it is also very soft and soft.
The surface of the Lamb skin is also smooth.
It should be remembered that most leather garments are made overseas in India, Pakistan and China.
Made in the United States will be the most expensive in the market, and the quality and workmanship of the leather will not be so good.
Many motorcycle leather are designed in the United States and made in Pakistan.
As mentioned earlier, Pakistan is famous for its leather expertise and you should be able to trust their labels.
Pakistan exports buffalo leather and cowhide clothing.
Leather garments made in China are usually made from pigskin.
This is not always the case, but you should be able to judge by price.
Remember, if you're riding a motorcycle leather, they'll save your hiding place one day!
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