Hey, everyone! We’ve had them for a while but now that both of the jackets are fully listed on the website- I’m happy to present another couple of leather motorcycle jackets to our Black range and they’re ladies jackets as well! The Black Artemis and the Black Athena Ladies Leather Motorcycle Jackets. There’s not enough selection for ladies biker gear in market, so we’re happy to bring our own range and bring a little something to the table. And I’m certain that the biker ladies out there will love these leather jackets- they’re protective and they look awesome!
First up, I’ll talk about the Black Artemis, easily distinguishable from its sister by the ridges on the shoulders and less zips, this jacket just radiates a classic, ladies leather jacket style. If you’re on a more classic, retro or custom looking ride then this jacket is definitely for you but it also works excellently as a casual jacket as well.
Protective cow leather, full CE level 2 viscoelastic soft armour in the shoulders, elbows and back, brilliant looks- at £190 it’s an absolute bargain whether you plan to wear it on or off the bike.
Next is the Black Athena, my favourite of the two new ladies leather jackets for it’s more punk-y and rebellious style being available in black and having more zips. But it still keeps it’s classic charm making it a great choice for a rider looking for a new jacket that suits a more custom ride or something to blend in a little bit of everywhere.
Made of goat leather it’s comfortable, maneuverable and flexible while still being protective. Like it’s sister it also features the full, 5 piece CE level 2 viscoelastic soft armour in the shoulders, elbows and back. That means the armour is nice and flexible while being worn but in an impact it turns to solid rubber and disperses impact forces to protect you. Very cool stuff inside a very cool jacket – at £190 it’s another brilliant jacket for under £200 whether you plan on wearing it on the bike or as part of a casual outfit.
A bit of advise, though- I highly advise coming in store to try them on for size. They’re a bit of a snug fit, mixed results for the fit depending on the person as there’s no two people exactly the same shape or size. So I would recommend going a size up from normal if you can’t make it in store to try them on.
Thanks for reading everyone! Until next time!
-Matt W at Ghostbikes.com
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