More orange riding gear from Austria’s Ready-To-Race brand for 2018.

More orange riding gear from Austria’s Ready-To-Race brand for 2018

 

KTM’s motorcycles objectively fall into the high-end moto-catagory, so it’s no surprise to see the Austrian brand’s official riding gear lineup is as top-shelf as the Ready-To-Race company’s bikes. KTM’s newest PowerWear collection features products for the street, the track, and the dirt, with products manufactured in partnership with KTM by companies like Shoei and Alpinestars. KTM has also released an entire new line of casual apparel items such as shirts, hats, and other off-the-bike digs.

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Starting with KTM’s newest race suit, we have RSX one-piece race leather—also available in two-piece setup. This new suit offers ample protection, and pairs with the matching official RSX leather gloves, and Alpinestars’ Supertech R race boots. Completing the track getup is Shoei’s matching X-Spirit III helmet.

KTM's new track collection

KTM's new track collection

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With KTM striving to develop the most technologically advanced and cutting edge motorcycles, it makes sense that the Austrian company would look to cutting-edge gear manufacturers to partner with for apparel. For this reason, KTM  has called on Alpinestars to produce KTM-flavored versions of the Tech-Air System-compatible Durban GTX ADV jacket and Managua ADV pants.

 

KTM and Alpinestars' Durban Airbag Multi-layer ADV Jacket

KTM and Alpinestars' Durban Airbag Multi-layer ADV Jacket

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Because the majority of riders spend the majority of their time on the road, KTM has made sure to include a lot of street gear products. The 2018 collection includes multiple street jackets, several pairs of riding pants, boots and shoes, and a handful of street glove options.

 

The Street Evo Jacket

The Street Evo Jacket

For more info on KTM’s entire 2018 PowerWear Collection you can check out the company’s website here.

Photos courtesy of KTM