REVIT has used New York neighborhoods as product names for years—see: the Redhook, the Williamsburg and the Flatbush jackets. But if any product is deserving of NYC nomenclature, it’s this new Alpha RF pant.
This very smartly put-together retro full-face helmet comes to us from Portugal-based helmet manufacturer NEXX. And given the way the Bell Bullitt and Biltwell Gringo have taken over parts of the motorcycle market like wild Kudzu, you can likely expect to see a lot more of this helmet through next season.
We’re proud to welcome Belstaff as the newest addition to our roster. This iconic British brand has been making motorcycle jackets for more than 91 years, and with some sensible updates like D30 armor and modern waterproofing, they’re better than ever.
The new limited-edition Mohawk boots from REV’IT! pack loads of modern protective features into a classic package clad in gloriously thick double- and triple-stitched leather. While they may look like your dad’s motorcycle boots, they aren’t. And that’s a good thing.
Back during the Wall Street Crash of 1929, while traders were jumping off of buildings in lower Manhattan, Frenchman Leon Jeantet was busy developing a motoring goggle that would have given those suicidal stockbrokers a crisp, clear, tear-free view of their final plunge.
After a long-drawn-out launch Bell Bullitt production models will finally start shipping this spring. Reserve one now to avoid sitting on a waiting list when the season hits—plus, we’re throwing in your choice of any T-shirt we sell with every pre-order.
This is the coffee table book to end all coffee table books. It’s a Greatest Hits of curated motorcycle porn, and a must-have for anyone that appreciates custom motorcycle design—or wants to get a great gift for someone who does.
Aether has earned a reputation for successfully marrying the functional demands of technical outerwear with the design dictates of urban living. Until just recently Aether’s product catalog was limited outdoor-oriented sports. But recently the company unveiled a refreshing new take on the motorcycle jacket. It’s called the Skyline. And we like it.
Fall is in full swing and temperatures are not going to climb much past the 50s for the rest of the year. Stay comfy and in control with these new gloves from REV’IT! that are specifically designed for winter and shoulder-season urban riding.
Meet the only jacket in existence that can be worn as a viable motorcycle jacket one minute, and walked right into the opera or any high-end restaurant without a second look the next. The Opera jacket is what Don Draper would wear if he needed to haul ass on a Triumph from his Madison Avenue office to his mistress’s apartment or some swank Manhattan steak house. Sure, it looks the part as much as any other dapper wool overcoat. But look beneath the surface to see that the Opera comes fully loaded.