- When buying boots make sure you take into account that most boots will get a little bit bigger once you start wearing them regularly.
- Most Italian brands sizing is on the tighter side so general advice for customers is that it is better to go for a half size or size bigger than you would normally buy.
- Maintenance of boots - try to keep boots clean
- If boots are leather you can use some leather oil/wax which will keep boots supple
- when boots get wet, allow to dry naturally otherwise by force drying, leather will shrink and crack
- Keep items clean
- Allow to dry naturally after being wet.
- Keep items clean
- Allow to dry naturally after being wet
- Keep leather supple so it will be durable and comfortable
- Try to make sure when new jacket is on the ‘snug’ side because again the leather will ‘give’ a little with wear and body heat
- OBVIOUS TIP IS DON’T DROP YOUR HELMET
- Make sure your helmet fits correctly.
- Keep your helmet clean inside and out.
- Clean visor with a different cloth to which cloth is used on rest of helmet
- For helmets with removable lining make sure to remove and clean. This will keep helmet hygienic and also will stop helmet degradation.
- Never put the gloves you ride with inside your helmet because all the salts, dirt and oils will be on the inside of your helmet and this cause the helmet to eventually degrade and will reduce the life span of your helmet.
- Never put your helmet on the tank of your bike because the chemicals from your fuel will rise up into the helmet and cause the padding and poly-styrene layers to degrade quicker
- For helmets with anti-fog visors never use soft cloth to clean inside of visor because this will affect the anti-fog coating. To clean your visor just rinse through a container with which luke warm water and allow to dry naturally.
- All accessories have care instructions attached with them in some form. Best tip is to adhere to them.
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