She cut a shirt trend, vintage, and seems too slight to wear, but don’t be mistaken! Developed by Revit, draw it is a new overshirt strengthened, dedicated to the practice of the bike. For the season, that’s a technical garment which should do a tobacco!
At the fair Eicma 2015, among the different novelties of the brand Rev’it, it is one-more than others according to Homosociety!-that caught our attention: The Tracer. This overshirt (85% cotton, 15% polyamide) does indeed have some innovations, starting with the strategy adopted by the Dutch manufacturer here. Indeed, instead of from a base of motorcycle equipment to make it more likely, Revit decided to work on a ‘civil’ garment, then did it evolve to adapt it to the use of the bike.
How? Giving her draw an envelope Cordura Denim, a material that would be particularly resistant to abrasion. More at the level of the elbows, the yokes PWR strengthened guarantee on these areas even more robustness and also found some protections Seesmart approved THIS (level 1), particularly thin. An insert of back protection (level 2) can also be installed on her plot.
For the rest, in addition to its very current Cup draw it stands out for its buttons, behind which is hidden a big zipper. It also has reflective inserts. Note that this overshirt can be connected to the pants or jeans of the Batavian collection, and it will be available in dark blue , size S to XXL.