The CR Ladies' leather jacket features all high quality and retro style of the men's version, but with a special design and ladies' armour to fit the female body and provide the protection it requires. With a slim, urban silhouette, the CR Ladies' looks great on your bike or off.
'old' cowhide - This quality, full-grain leather has a unique look, with a very subtle two-tone effect. The more 'old' cowhide is worn, the more comfortable it becomes, and the better it looks.
Augustini full grain cowhide - This high-quality, full grain cowhide is extremely durable and breathable, providing a combination of comfort and protection on any length of ride.
Lorica® - Lorica® is constructed from microfibres that give the material characteristics similar to those of natural leather, including a leather look. This low-maintenance material is not as strong as leather, but softer and lighter, with a consistent thickness that makes it easier to process.
suede leather - Suede is a type of leather with a napped finish. Due to its texture and open pores, suede can absorb liquids quickly. We use suede as a visor wiper on our gloves, putting its absorbency to good use for keeping your field of vision clear.
ProLife® ladies CE protection - Official tests show that ProLife® far surpasses the protection standards set by the CE directive. The fabric used, Elastomero, is the result of many years of research and development. A technological process is used to make the fabric microporous, with air in the microporous cells under high pressure but unable to escape. This treatment makes the fabric light, flexible, and exceptionally impact-resistant. REV'IT! has used the pre-shaped ProLife® 3D CE protector in REV'IT! motorcycle clothing since it was first introduced.
EVA foam - is one of the materials popularly known as 'expanded rubber' or 'foam rubber'. EVA is used as a shock absorber in many REV'IT! products.
safety stitching - Stitching seams can be the weakest link in motorcycle garments, as they can rip upon impact. This ripping of seams can be prevented, however, through safety-stitching technology. REV'IT! uses safety stitching on garment areas at increased risk of impact (directive on the definition of risk category in zones 13595-1:2002).