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Streetguard 3-suit from BMW Motorrad with coldblack
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Mar '09
With the new coldblack textile finish from Schoeller all kinds of outdoor activities are much more fun. The first garments with double sun protection are available this year. coldblack actively reduces the absorption of the sun rays and offers a reliable protection from damaging UV rays. As the leading manufacturer of motor cycle garments, BMW Motorrad is introducing coldblack technology for pants and jackets in its new Streetguard 3 suit.

Streetguard 3 is the premiere product of BMW Motorrad's textile garment range and combines the most modern materials currently available. The extraordinary outer fabric was developed in an exclusive cooperation between BMW Motorrad and Schoeller Textil AG.

The outer material used for the robust three-layer laminate consists of Kevlar fibers, cotton and high-tensile polyamide and offers even more abrasion protection than the preceding model. The coldblack finishing technology ensures that dark fabrics heat up very little when exposed to long periods of sunshine, because – as is the case with lightercolored textiles – the sunlight is reflected, providing active protection from heat and UV rays.

Therefore, motorcycle wear with this technology remains tangibly cooler for longer, even in blazing sunshine; guaranteeing that the rider stays more comfortable. In Streetguard 3, the smart, highly breathable water and windproof c_change climate membrane is also featured. Thanks to the most modern textile technology and technical innovations, the new Streetguard 3 from BMW Motorrad is the perfect companion for motorcycling in all kinds of weather.

Schoeller Technologies AG


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