The very Italian Spidi is a leader in the production of motorcycle jackets, which are ideal for touring, is among Discoverents official suppliers. Currently, the Sarego (VI) based company produces 46 models , 24 of which are dedicated to owners of adventure and sport tourer bikes.
We at Discoverent have chosen Spidi for their H2Out technology, a breathable, water, and windproof microporous membrane, created in collaboration with the Japanese specialist Toray. Spidi offers 17 models of motorcycle jackets with the aforementioned technology dedicated to motorcycle tourism, with various names; Allroad, Alpentrophy, Armakore, Breezy Net, Flash Evo, Freerider, Globetracker, Metromover, Mission-T Jacket and Mission-T Shield, Netrunner, Outlander, Solar, Traveler 2 and Traveler 3, Voyager Evo and 4 Season Evo.
Spidi's motorcycle jackets with H2Out technology are made of stretch fabric, and are waterproof and insulated, making them ideal for touring in all seasons. There is no lack of attention to aesthetics, with various colors and two-tone shades, as well as customizations, especially safety ones. The latter being guaranteed by the presence of elements in Reflex material for nighttime visibility.
Among the other features of the Spidi motorcycle jackets - a company that has been in business since 1977 - we must also mention the Softcell multilayer elastic fabric, the high tenacity polyester fabric, and the perforated mesh fabric, crucial in obtaining the maximum level of comfort, safety and performance in all weather conditions-
Discoverent is delighted with its partnership with Spidi, formed in 2019. In recent years we have been able to test first-hand the reliability of the products of the company from Sarego (VI), since the jackets of the H2Out range guarantee maximum versatility in all situations and conditions. In summary, they represent the ideal clothing for traveling by motorbike on the roads of Puglia, whether on hot summer days or cold winter days, even during difficult winds such as mistral and northern, or the heady sirocco wind, often blowing on the coasts of our splendid region.