Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
There are few basic requirements that will apply in all situations. The most obvious is the size of the winter glove itself. It is essential that the gloves have a proper fit, one that is snug but no so tight that they limit the range of motion for the fingers or wrist.
The choice of material for the shell and the lining is also very important. Depending on the type of winter weather common to your area, different materials will be more appropriate than others. Locations with generally humid winter conditions are likely to require winter gloves that are made with a waterproof shell. This makes them much more practical while shoveling snow or cleaning a frosty windshield. In areas where the winter weather is cold but dry, the focus should be on the type of insulation found in the lining of the gloves. In both situations, the goal is to keep the hands warm and comfortable regardless of the prevailing weather conditions.
One other practical consideration is the amount of coverage offered by the gloves. Some are tailored to barely cover the wrist, while others progress a couple more inches. An advantage to the longer winter gloves is the elongated wrist section will fit snugly under the cuff of a jacket. This is especially important in climates where cold weather is often accompanied by icy winds that would cause discomfort to even a small amount of exposed skin.
Style is also an important factor. A set of winter gloves that are ideal for playing in the snow may not be the best choice when going to work or out on a date or other social engagement. This means that you may want to keep more than one pair of gloves on hand. For general use, gloves that are in fun colors and reflect your personality may be a good option. At the same time, a nice pair of fleece or fur lined leather gloves to wear to work or when dressing up for an evening out would be a better option.
Cobija is a prominent name in Motorbike Leather & Textile Clothing. Our gloves range packs a real punch, with a specific design for almost every riding situation. Have a glance over our motorbike winter gloves range exclusively design for cold weather to keep the hands warm and comfortable.
Choosing the right winter gloves involve employing a mixture of practicality, function, and style. Keeping in view each of these three basic elements, you have a good chance of finding just the right gloves for your needs.
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Friday, October 15, 2010
Features of our Textile Jackets
1) Polyamide + mat bilistic.
2) Reflex piping at back and front for better night vision.
3) High quality zippers are applied for long and durable results.
4) Ventilated components at required areas for excellent AIR FLOW system inside the garments.
5) Rubber and foam padding at specific positions.
1) Soft Mesh lining for excellent air circulation inside.
2) Water Proof membrane inside.
3) Removable quilted line for cool weather.
4) Labeling Branding and care instructions applications are required.
5) Mobile and Safety Pockets.
6) Functions and Applications.
7) Adjustable straps at waist.
8) CE approved protectors at elbow, shoulder and back for dependable safety.
9) Stretch Panels at back for easy wing movement.
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Intern. Motorcycle, Scooter and Bicycle Fair
The business platform and an action-packed programme
From 6 to 10 October 2010 all eyes in Cologne will be focus on just one topic:
the joy of two wheels!
For the first time at INTERMOT Cologne, three sectors - motorcycles, scooters and bicycles - will be merged into a unique mega-event featuring a business platform and an action-packed programme.
Collection 2011 at INTERMOT COLOGNE GERMANY;
Date:6-10 October 2010.Visit our store now
Sunday, September 26, 2010
We at Cobija now offer high quality motorbike boots, racing boots, motorbike touring boots, motocross boots along with complete array of Motorbike Leather & Textile Clothing. Here we are going to share some buying tips for motorbike boots/shoes. Bu following these tips and with little bit care you can choose a right riding gear for you safety.
Buying Tips for Motorbike Boots:
Shoes or boots that you wear on your motorcycle should cover your ankles. Further on, they should be sturdy enough to prevent your feet and ankles from getting broken in case of an accident.
Whether boots with metal plates inside, covering your toes, are a good form of protection is questionable: these metal plates could protect your toes, but they are able to cut them in two as well.
You don't have to buy boots that are manufactured especially for motorcycling: general safety boots or shoes work well (but mind metal plates), as do sturdy walking boots.
Thursday, September 16, 2010
With reigning Champion Leon Camier moving to World Superbikes in 2010, third place winner Stuart Easton may have a chance to compete for the top spot riding for Swan Honda. As we wait for the full line-up to be confirmed expect another weekend bursting with race action.
The MCE British Superbike Championship has had some radical rule changes put in place for 2010. Silverstone will host the second 'Showdown' for the final six 'Title Fighters' in this crescendo of competition. The race weekend takes place from 24 to 26 September, book your tickets now to guarantee your place at what will be a spectacular event