Thanks to the guys at Urban Rider in London, we're able to exclusively reveal these jackets from the 2010 Belstaff Pure Motorcycle collection. Since its purchase by an Italian conglomerate in 2004, Belstaff's functional safety gear has been hard to find, suffering under a company placing influence on its fashion line. That's changing. Starting  with these jackets Belstaff hopes to return to offering simple, high quality, good looking clothing for motorcyclists.
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All the jackets featured above are designed to survive crashed and bad
weather and are fitted with CE armor in the shoulders and elbows. Some
use simple foam back protectors, but as with most jackets, you're best
off replacing those with something safer. Knox makes some good back
protectors that work with just about any jacket.



Urban Rider currently has three of these available for pre-order for
September delivery. US buyers can subtract 17.5% from the quoted prices
since they aren't legally obligated to keep Members of Parliament's
jacuzzis stocked with caviar and champagne.



Belstaff XL 500

Our favorite out of this range, the XL 500 is a recreation of the '70s
original. It's updated with a heavyweight nylon and is now 100%
waterproof. At first glance, the bright blue might look dorky, but
it'll be the antithesis of too-tough black leather, meaning its sharp
lines will look way more stylish.



Belstaff Laurel Bank Blouson

The exterior looks like polyester, but is actually a heavy gum textile
with good weather protection and, thanks to leather panels, good
abrasion resistance.



Belstaff Stirling Bend Blouson

A classic black leather sport-riding jacket, the classic lines and
understated nature conceal very solid, over-built construction.

Urban Rider

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