Rain Gear Technology
The patented technology in our motorcycle rain gear is designed to keep you dry even in the most unpredictable and rainy weather. From your head to your boots, Ride Tribe rain gear’s breathable fabric completely repels water while still allowing comfortable airflow.
Made in America
All of our gear is designed and made right here in the good ol’ US of A. We’re proud to employ hard-working Americans in safe, clean work environments, and we’re proud to be helping keep American families healthy and happy.
Waterproof/Breathable Lamination with DWR Finish
Waterproof/breathable laminates are applied to a durable face fabric to keep water out permanently. These membranes have pores that are smaller than a water droplet, but larger than a molecule of water vapor. Thus, heat and sweat can escape, but water cannot enter.
Our soft Hideway Hood begins above the line of the collar, so it feels good against the ears and head. At the collar line and below, the hood is made with our waterproof/breathable nylon laminate to keep water from getting in under your helmet. When not in use, the hood snaps into the collar.
The two-zipper design is what sets Ride Tribe gear apart. This is the essential design element that makes our gear so easy to get into quickly, so you won’t be left shivering and wet by the side of the road as you struggle to get that old, outdated rain gear over your riding clothes.
100% Fully Seam Sealed
with Two Layer Seam Seal Tape
In any waterproof garment, the seams are an area of weakness. Outdoor clothing manufacturers have been using seam tape for years to seal off this potential back door for moisture. All Ride Tribe seams are taped with two-layer tape to ensure waterproofness.
Highest Quality 70
Denier Ripstop Nylon
Ripstop nylon is the ideal fabric for rain gear for several reasons. Most importantly, it’s lightweight and readily accepts durable water repellents. It’s also abrasion-resistant and, because of the grid of heavy ripstop thread, rips and tears are stopped quickly.
High Visibility Panel
Bikes are easy to miss when you’re in a car. The problem is much worse in rain. That’s why we equipped our Ride Tribe rain gear with bright, high-visibility panels on the front and back, legs and sleeves. High-visibility yellow stands out in just about any weather conditions, and that’s about the best protection you can have.
Nomex, a heat- and fire-resistant material commonly found in fire suits, is used below the knees and around the ankles to protect your legs from hot engine components and exhaust pipes.
Velcro Wind Closures
Velcro closures at the wrists and ankles keep the elements out and accommodate limbs of any size and shape. Once the rain stops, you can open ’em up and fill the suit with breezy delights!
Closure points have always been the Achilles heel of rain gear. Waterproof zippers, installed on all of our rain gear, seal up this traditionally weak point to make our rain suits impervious to Mother Nature’s assault.