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EVERY LAYER COUNTS
Optimal protection when riding a motorcycle is not just an outer shell over your everyday clothing. If you want your safety gear to perform, every layer counts, from the skin up. Base LayerA good base layer keeps skin dry, preserving its natural breathability and capacity to regulate body temperature. Most base layers are made of synthetic fibers, such as polypropylene, which quickly wick moisture away from the skin. The Regulator and all REVIT! base layers keep the skin dry andcomfortable, preventing overheating in summer and hypothermia in winter. Mid LayerThis layer is made of fleece, a synthetic fiber that maintains its insulating ability evenwhen wet, and dries very quickly. The mid layer transports moisture toward the outer membrane. Outer ShellThe outer shell can make or break your comfort. This durable outer layer, in the form of a jacket, pair of trousers, or gloves, is worn directly over the base layer, or over both base and insulating mid layer, depending on the climate conditions. In the winter, the outer layer must be both watertight and windtight, to prevent hypothermia. But in summer it must be highly breathable, to prevent overheating. The outer layer protects the skin from abrasion damage with strong fabrics, and guards against impact damage with CE-approved protectors at crucial areas. Vulnerability is reduced by relocating seams to areas at lower risk of impact, as part of the Engineered skin® design. AccessoriesThese accessories are for when the temperature really drops. All products labeled WSP have the GORE®WINDSTOPPER® membrane, which blocks cold air from the critical heat centers of your body, with great insulation and breathability. FootwearMotorcycle socks contribute tremendously to your comfort, acting as a base layer. They wick moisture away from the skin and transport it through the boots membrane, keeping your feet dry and warm.