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Material Specification by Flash Gear
Flash Gear used a lot of different specialty materials in manufacturing of motorcycle garments, various of it for increased safety, others for superior comfort in the different weather. We get a lot of questions about these special materials and contemplation we’d try to provide a concise overview of many of them and what they’re universally used for.
 
ABS : Thermoplastic (frequently polycarbonate) used in the construction of injection molded helmet shells and motorcycle trim pieces. This is used for its hard-wearing, scratch- and impact resistance behavior.
Tip: Do not place stickers or repaint ABS helmets or trim pieces because solvents in the glue or paint can damage them. 
 
ABS : Thermoplastic (frequently polycarbonate) used in the construction of injection molded helmet shells and motorcycle trim pieces. This is used for its hard-wearing, scratch- and impact resistance behavior.
Tip: Do not place stickers or repaint ABS helmets or trim pieces because AirGuardâ„¢: Extremely abrasion-and tear defiant concave fiber polyamide material featuring tiny air pockets, which protect against fluctuation in ambient warmth to improve wearer ease with no weight penalty. It is also water repulsive and windproof, effortless to clean and quick freshening. Flash Gear had been using this fabric for the windproof and/or waterproof liners for some of their jackets and pants. 

in the glue or paint can damage them. 
 
Amara: Synthetic leather made of 60% polyamide and 40% polyurethane, which is long-lasting, elastic, and contented. It also presents outstanding grasp and is therefore often used on the palms of motorcycle gloves. Flash Gear use this fabric in several of their latest motorbike racing gloves. 
 
Aramid: Aramid thread are a division of heat-resistant and strapping synthetic fibers. Aramid fibers can have a flexible class, so we from time to time used in the stretch panels in the sleeves and crotch on suits, such as those from FlashGears. Aramid is also extremely abrasion-resistant, so we’re considering panels of this fabric used to strengthen the knees and seat of riding jeans FlashGear. Helmet manufacturers are using Aramid fibers in some of their helmet models as well.

 
Cambrelle®: Cambrelle® is the world’s foremost footwear lining with a high level of abrasion resistance and numerous microscopic air pockets that allow air to flow and add to the cushioning effect to create a constant, comfortable micro-climate around the foot. The coating transports moisture away from the foot, storing it away and liberate it back into the environment when the footwear is removed. Cambrelle® is so well-organized at moisture supervision that it is fully capable of absorbing three-and-a-half times its own weight in moisture keeping the foot cooler, drier, and more relaxed. It also protects the shoe itself. As it is so effectual at dispersing moisture, the lining also helps to prevent staining of the upper from surplus moisture and avert the build-up of bacteria that can reason mildew, rot and odor

 
Carbon/Kevlar: Carbon fiber material are describe by a combination of light weight, high strength and high firmness. Kevlar® is the DuPont trade name for a unique fiber called Aramid. Low thickness, high tensile strength and brilliant robustness discriminate Aramid fibers. Aramid fibers are used in composites to offer lightweight, strapping laminates with superb resistance to exhaustion and impact smash up as well as good wear confrontation. Carbon/Kevlar fabrics are compound weaves of both materials, often seen in knuckle protection on high end race gloves, such as those made by FlashGear.

 
Chamude®: Chamude is an non-natural leather that grant the sophisticated exterior of natural leather and resolve its problems using microfibers. By use of microfiber technology and singular processes, this creation make available fine appearance and spongy touch, as well as a superior level of durability, permeability, breathability, comfort, and insulation. In adding together, Chamude allows the submission of a diversity of colors and is lightweight enough for thickness control. 
 
Clarino™: High-performance synthetic with the sense of leather: Hard-wearing and comfortable, Clarino™ has leather’s performance but is light, breathable, and always malleable – even when it’s cold and wet. Exceedingly breathable performance is perfect for vigorous riders. Lightweight, soft, and flexible for comfort on long rides. FlashGear used this material primarily in the palms of gloves.

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