Virus Power releases a textile race suit

Most motorcyclists wear leather jackets and trousers or race suits when they want the most protection. The textile industry has evolved a great deal over the last few years. With materials such as Dyneema and Armalith commonly used in single-layer riding jeans, the latest protective gear is not only abrasion-resistant, but also breathable.  Virus Power has realized the potential of today's textile alternatives, thus ditching leather for the Predator race suit. The one-piece suit is made with Primatex's MultiProtective material, a technical fabric from Tuscany.     This suit not only repels ambient heat but also protects the rider against burns during a long slide due to its low heat exchange coefficient. The fabric of the textile suit's protective properties earns it a AAA CE rating, but the fabric has many other uses.

Most motorcyclists wear leather jackets and trousers or race suits when they want the most protection. The textile industry has evolved a great deal over the last few years. With materials such as Dyneema and Armalith commonly used in single-layer riding jeans, the latest protective gear is not only abrasion-resistant, but also breathable.

Virus Power has realized the potential of today's textile alternatives, thus ditching leather for the Predator race suit. The one-piece suit is made with Primatex's MultiProtective material, a technical fabric from Tuscany.


This suit not only repels ambient heat but also protects the rider against burns during a long slide due to its low heat exchange coefficient. The fabric of the textile suit's protective properties earns it a AAA CE rating, but the fabric has many other uses.


The Predator is also highly breathable thanks to a patented weaving process. Therefore, the rider experiences less sweating and fluid loss. Virus Power suits are completely machine washable because their water-repellent layers also keep fluids out. The shoulder, elbow, knee, back, and hip protectors, as well as the knee sliders, will need to be removed before use.


Most motorcyclists wear leather jackets and trousers or race suits when they want the most protection. The textile industry has evolved a great deal over the last few years. With materials such as Dyneema and Armalith commonly used in single-layer riding jeans, the latest protective gear is not only abrasion-resistant, but also breathable.  Virus Power has realized the potential of today's textile alternatives, thus ditching leather for the Predator race suit. The one-piece suit is made with Primatex's MultiProtective material, a technical fabric from Tuscany.     This suit not only repels ambient heat but also protects the rider against burns during a long slide due to its low heat exchange coefficient. The fabric of the textile suit's protective properties earns it a AAA CE rating, but the fabric has many other uses.

Virus Power doesn't need to reinforce the suit in conventional areas due to the highly abrasion-resistant material. The one-piece suit weighs only four kilograms (8.8 pounds), which is 25-30 percent lighter than similar-sized leather suits.


Predator suits are 100% recyclable and vegan, making them a great option for eco-conscious riders. The MultiProtective fabric can also be digitally printed with unique designs, allowing individuals to create unique products.


Virus Power's Predator begins at 2,060 US dollars ($1,758 EUR), which makes it a premium race suit option. The protective properties, lightweight construction, and comfort make it a great alternative to traditional leathers.


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