With over 50 years of experience in the craft of high-quality leathers, as well as providing innovative design and uncompromising safety to over seven million riders across the globe, it’s no surprise that many riders turn to the French brand for comfort, precision and protection no matter the journey.

Here are some of the highlights from the current range:
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Raptor Evo jacket 
Using the latest technology derived from Furygan’s GP race suits, the Raptor Evo jacket has triple-stitched, reinforced leather for tearing and abrasion resistance, as well as external new-generation TPU shoulder shells for extra protection. Aggressively styled and made with full-grain leather, the Raptor Evo jacket is both durable and comfortable. The outer shell is water-resistant and features Furygan’s Air Flow System (AFS) ventilation, meaning water-resistant vents around the vest can be opened in order to increase breathability.

On the inside, there is D3O® CE-certified shoulder and elbow armour, with pockets available for optional back and chest protection. High tenacity bi-stretch inserts give the jacket a comfortable fit, in addition to its pre-curved sleeves and strategically placed neoprene panels.

There are four pockets – two inside and two outside – and waist adjusters. For riding in the summer, there’s a breathable lining and for riding in the winter, there’s a removable thermal-quilted padding lining that features an aluminium chest insert to retain heat.

The Raptor Evo is available in two colours – black/white and black/red –  in sizes S-3XL, with an RRP of £429.99.
Precision And Protection With Leathers From Furygan
Raptor trousers
Designed to complement the Raptor Evo Jacket, the Raptor trousers can be connected to the jacket easily by its short or full length connecting zips. Made from the same CE-approved, water-resistant, full-grain thick leather, the Raptor trousers have triple-stitched reinforcements in key impact zones to avoid tearing and improve abrasion-resistance. Fully CE-certified, there are D3O® protectors on the knees and hips, and additional aramid-fibre padded inserts across the bottom. Inside, the internal lining is made from Coolon, designed to maximise breathability and moisture absorption in warm conditions.

Using the same shape that is used on Furygan GP race suits, the Raptor trousers have a redesigned leg shape for optimal comfort whilst riding. They have also added bi-stretch fabric at the crotch, behind the knees and inner calf, with an elastic waistband and stretch leather at the knees for uncompromised levels of flexibility.

The Raptor trousers are available in two colour options – black/white and black/red – in sizes XS-4XL, with an RRP of £299.99.
Precision And Protection With Leathers From Furygan
Higgins Gloves
Designed with a bold style typical of Furygan, the Higgins gloves are constructed in quality goat leather and have multiple reinforcements and protective shells across the palm and metacarpals. A comfortable fit is provided thanks to its pre-shaped design, stretch insert on the wrists, and doubled cuff adjuster.

The Higgins gloves are available in Black/White and Black/Red colour options in sizes S-3XL, with an RRP of £89.99.

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