KTM is an interesting brand, so much so that it almost sometimes feels like some sort of cult. And that’s not a bad thing, really, because hands down they build some of the worlds best motorcycles. And that goes for bikes across all disciplines, so it’s no wonder why KTM owners are so loyal and proud to wear orange.
KTM is one of the few motorcycle manufacturers that has its own dedicated and expansive line of gear to wear on and off the bike, and the Austrian company has teamed up with many top of the line gear companies like Alpinestars, Shoei, Arai, Schuberth and Troy Lee Designs, in addition to its own in-house label to outfit the Orange Brigade. Just like its bikes, KTM gear is designed and manufactured to the highest quality standards, and in typical European fashion, it’s made to look good too.
KTM has just announced its 2018 PowerWear Street Collection featuring technical gear for all types of riders. Whether you plan to go out and set your fastest lap time at the track or carve up your local twisties, KTM has something for you racers just like they have something for all the adventurous types heading off down a dirt road into the unknown. KTM has all the bases covered and is releasing a bunch of casual threads to wear off the bike too.
If you’re a KTM fan or owner, its new 2018 PowerWear Street Collection might be something to check out.
From the highest standard technical apparel for the road, trail or track, to dedicated everyday street gear, the KTM PowerWear Street 2018 Collection has every look, every function, every performance need, every price point and every safety angle completely covered, whatever the weather. It’s what truly committed riders demand, and it’s what the KTM PowerWear Street 2018 Collection delivers.
At the top, the Premium Collection delivers the ultimate superior riding experience with the pinnacle of advanced technical apparel. Highlights include the Alpinestars Managua and Durban GTX Tech-Air® styles of top-line Gore-Tex® adventure touring jacket and pants, featuring cutting-edge Tech-Air® safety technology. If you’re into riding big adventure miles on and off road, this is the combination to gear up for extremes.
Or for the perfect combination of safety, style and performance in the white heat of battle on the race track, the RSX one-piece leather suit (also available as two-piece suit), with matching RSX Gloves, Supertech R Boots and X-Spirit III Helmet by Shoei, lets you take your riding to the limit in search of the perfect lap time.
The Advanced Collection is leading the line for mid-level adventure and road riding, driven by a total commitment to ride. Nowhere is this statement of intent more clearly expressed than with the Apex Jacket and Pants, fully featured but with a cut-back, blacked-out look designed to complement the streetwise vibe of the thrilling new KTM 790 DUKE, and seamlessly integrated with Street Evo Helmet, GT Sport Gloves and S-MX 6 V2 Boots.
The Essential Collection is leading the line for urban-level riding, driven by a passion for performance with no holding back on features, looks and downright mean-street style. The water resistant Street Evo and Two 4 Ride Jackets matched with Kevlar-lined Riding Jeans stand their ground with a tough, READY TO RACE attitude, and the new Factor Helmet brings a fresh, bold design to the game.
These are all just small selections of a truly comprehensive range of stylish and functional gear to meet all your needs in the KTM PowerWear Street 2018 Collection – which also includes a completely new range of underwear by SIXS, delivering high performance comfort in all temperatures and under any conditions, and not forgetting our four-wheel friends with the KTM X-BOW range of racing gear, accessories and casual wear.
Find out more about the KTM PowerWear Street 2018 Collection by visiting www.ktm.com and searching for KTM PowerWear. Or visit your local KTM dealer to see the full range.
KTM PowerWear Street 2018 Collection
COMMITTED CLOTHING FOR COMMITTED RIDERS
KTM Introduces its 2018 PowerWear Street Collection appeared first on Motorcycle.com.