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Knox: Biomech Motorcycle Gloves

Knox Motorcycle Glove

Re-engineered as part of Knox’s ST3 program of continuous innovation and development, Biomech Motorcycle gloves get improved aesthetic for 2011 along with additional ventilation.

Part of the British-company’s Hand Armour motorcycle range, Biomech is made for sports and touring riders, combining high levels of protection in a package designed for day-long comfort.

Manufactured from top quality drum-dyed (color fast) aniline leather, ventilated panels have been added between the fingers to allow more air-flow. The palm of the Biomech motorcycle glove is made from kangaroo hide, supple and strong for flexibility and control, reinforced with Schoeller Keprotec for added protection and overlaid with a PU Grip Pad for improved grip.

Safety is assured, with impact absorbing honeycomb gel pads beneath the motorcycle glove’s shell covering the knuckles and on the back of the hand, covering the metacarpal bones.

Additional abrasion and cut resistant Superfabric pads cushion the thumb and base of the little finger. On the palm the tried and tested patented Scaphoid Protection System is enhanced by an additional inner cuff slider which works to support the SPS sliding effect. Super strong and tear resistant Kangaroo leather covers the inside palm and fingers.

The unique Knox Boa Lacing system replaces the use of Velcro as a wrist closure system on the Biomech motorcycle gloves. It works to draw the supporting side pods over the wrist, secured with a multi-adjustable closure.

Easily tightened, just dial in the right amount of torque and to release simply pull the dial. The Biomech can be put on or removed in seconds with minimal effort for fuss free fuel stops and breaks on long journeys.

THe Biomech motorcycle gloves are available in updated black/white, red and blue color options, in sizes XS-XXL

For further information contact Knox on (44) +1900 825825 email sales@planet-knox.com or visit planet-knox.com.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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