Wolf Relaunches New Jacket For 2016 !

Established in 1969, Wolf motorcycle kit is still designed and developed in the UK, with materials sourced from around the world. The new range includes textile kit, leathers, classic jackets and gloves, available in-store as you read this. We’ll take a closer look at the textile gear next month, when we start testing it, but here are the key new items in the range.

Wolf Relaunches New Jacket For 2016 !
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The highest specification textile combination Wolf has ever made, the 300/500 denier, Teflon-coated Cordura Tec-Tour has large waterproof zipped air-vents and the ability to remove the XTR™ waterproof membrane, to make it what Wolf hopes is the ultimate touring jacket and jean combination.

D3O CE Level 2 armour and back protector come as standard, with a quilted, removable Outlast lining to keep you warm without adding too much bulk. Jacket £299.99; jeans £219.99. Available in Black or Sand.


Designed for the modern sports-touring rider, the GT-S has a midlength cut giving a flexible fit – long enough to beat the elements but short enough to be comfortable on a bike with a more aggressive riding position.

Like its predecessors, the GT-S has an Outlast lining, now upgraded to a removable quilted lining. This shorter version of the Tec-Tour also has the same Wolf Energy Deflection System shoulder protectors as found on the leather garments. The GT-S can be paired with either the touring fit Tec-Tour jean or the sportier-cut Freestyle jean. £239.99.


The cut of the 300/500 denier, Teflon-coated Cordura Freestyle II is aimed at the sports rider, yet still fitted with an XTR ultra high performance waterproof and breathable membrane along with a removable quilted thermal lining.

In common with the rest of the Wolf collection, the Freestyle II comes with D3O CE Level 2 approved armour and back protector as standard. The jacket and jeans zip together with a full-length heavy duty Max zip, enabling you to connect different-sized jackets and jeans together. Jacket £199.99; jeans £149.99.


These two-piece leathers are sold separately to connect different-sized jackets and jeans, or even different materials. Both the jacket and jean are constructed from a 40% kangaroo and 60% full-grain cowhide, with Wolf ’s Natural Movement System and Keprotec stretch panels. D3O CE Level 2 armour and back protector is standard; along with the Wolf Energy Deflection System of TPU external protectors to the shoulders and knees.

The triple stitched jacket also comes with an Outlast quilted lining, helping to regulate your body temperature in a wide range of conditions. Jacket £449.99; jeans £329.99.


The 60s and 70s café racer look demands a twin-zip system, and with thick milled cowhide the jacket has the style and feel of one that’s been in your collection for years. Metal adjustment buckles and zips complement the look, plus there’s a removable brushed cotton lining and D3O CE Level 2 armour throughout. £199.99.


The Spirit jacket is built from high-quality milled cowhide, with D3O CE Level 2 armour throughout, along with YKK vintage zips and triple and double stitched seams using Oxley bonded nylon thread. £249.99.

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