Rukka

Rukka Suki - Black & Silver

Regular price £850.00

You definately get what you pay for with Rukka - these are some of the finest, luxury motorcycle clothing pieces you will EVER come across and worth every single penny in our humble opinion.

Key Features:

  • Gore-Tex Pro 3-layer stretch laminate Armacor strengthenings on knees, elbows and shoulders, combination of high-tech fibers aramid (Kevlar) and Cordura
  • Protectors - D3O Evo Range (Design fit for ladies) limb protectors meet the requirements of CE Norm EN 1621-1 2012 and the Rukka D30 air back protectors the requirements of EN 1621-2 2014
  • Includes Rukka D30 Air full back protector and pocket for Rukka D30 Air central back protector
  • Detachable liner with 60g insulation and Outlast® temperature regulation
  • A connecting zipper to trousers
  • Waterproof pockets marked with a waterproof pocket label.
  • Soft neoprene in collar.
  • Detachable collar of elastic Gore-Tex Stretch material
  • Sleeves with zippers and waterproof GTX cuffs
  • Ventilation openings with long 2-way zipper on the sides
  • Width adjustment on upper and lower arm
  • Four waterproof pockets; two outside and two inside including a mobile phone pocket.
  • One pocket in detachable inner liner
  • Matching Suki trousers available.

Possibly the ultimate in quality motorcycle clothing? In 1950, Roger “Rukka” Störling founded a family business initially specialising in jogging wear. The earliest products were made in the kitchen of an old farmhouse in Kokkola on the west coast of Finland. The company acquired its first welding machines in 1953 and broadened its product range into the area of waterproof rainwear for sailors (the flags in the modern-day Rukka logo stand for the letters R,U,K,K,A in the international flag signal alphabet). Since 1990, Rukka has been an independent division of the L-Fashion Group Oy, one of Europe’s largest sports wear manufacturers based in Lahti, Finland. In the product development process Rukka closely cooperates with various research and development institutions to create ‘the perfect product’. In active collaboration with suppliers such as Gore and DuPont, new materials are developed and their suitability for functional clothing is tested.


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