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A Beginners Guide To Motorcycle Gear

Just getting started riding motorcycles? This article is for you! Here’s everything you need to know about riding gear — helmets, jackets, pants, gloves, boots, and such — in one digestible package.

 

One of the most frequent question from a motorcycle rider isn’t about which vehicle to buy or how to learn to ride, but what gear to buy and where to buy the cheapest but good quality products. Here’s the information you need to make smart decisions, to be more comfortable, safer and, hopefully, save some money in the process.

 

Helmets

According to a study published by Dietmar Otte, 45 percent of all forces to motorcycle helmets occur around the face, in an area not covered by open-face or three-quarter-type helmets. That is why it is advisable for you to wear a full-face helmet when riding a motorcycle. As an added bonus, they’ll keep the wind out of your eyes and bugs out of your teeth, too.

 

Helmets typically have a five-year life. After that, the adhesive and whatnot used to bond layers of the EPS impact absorption material may begin to degrade, affecting your safety.

 

Jackets

A jacket covers the other stuff on your body that’s fragile and important. It protects your arms, back, ribs, as well as your organs. You absolutely must choose a motorcycle-specific clothes for purposes of both safety and comfort, especially for jackets. Regular and fashion leather jackets and similar are not made to withstand either the windblast or crashes that real motorcycle jackets are built to deal with.

 

Pants

Regular denim jeans will not protect you in a motorcycle accident. Jeans that are either made from or include Kevlar panels offer slightly more abrasion resistance, but are still a compromise, offering nothing like the protection of a true pair of riding pants. That is why the first choice for pants of a rider is kevlar jeans.

 

Like jackets, pants are available in leather or textile elements and should be equipped with CE-rated armor in the hips, shins, and knees. They should provide snugly fit, but be comfortable and allow full leg coupling. Try them on a bike, or stand in a riding position close to that of your own to decide if they’ll work.

 

Boots and Gloves

Most street bikes weigh more than 350 pounds. Usually, they’re much heavier. You’ll need to support that weight and your own through your legs, ankles, and feet on slippery, uneven, unpredictable surfaces. A sturdy pair of boots with oil-resistant, non-slip soles and good ankle support should be considered a minimum.

 

The responsibility of your hands is very important when riding a motorcycle. That is why you need to protect them. Motorcycle gloves should fully cover your fingers, palm, the back of your hands, and your wrists. There should be vital overlap between glove and jacket so that you never detect any skin exposed between the two gears.

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Decorate your House with Black, Here’s How

Is your favorite color black? You want to decorate your room with black but you are afraid that it will turn to a punk house or a rocker’s place. Or you have your mid-century modern collection but you are not sure if they are suitable with black. Here are some tips on how you can create a very pretty design with black as the main color. Thanks to the mid-century furniture designers of EMFURN for some imparted knowledge. You can visit them here: https://emfurn.com/.

 

Emphasize with Dark Wall or Floor

 

Every manufacturer offers black paint, but it’s typically used for the front doors of Colonial-style residences, or for trim in old Victorian homes. But, in reality, black can be much more than just an accent color. Cover one wall or even your whole room in black, and the result can be daring, dramatic, emotional, and definitely sexy.

 

The floor is one of the biggest parts of your room. Since your favorite color is black, why not put some drama with a dark floor? The floor of your house can be inked or stained, and the effect combines well with a cherry wood. Black marble is another good choice. And the pairing of black and white (or other lighter colors) looks great on any floor. It’s a classic look that’s synonymous with foyers plus the industrial furniture decor that will be placed perfectly.

 

Combine Black With Color

 

For a dramatic touch, why not add just a hint of yellow to black paint to increase its intensity or orange to black to enhance productivity. These combinations of colors give a more pattern to the eye of the people.

 

Place colorful art or photographs from Emfurn on a black wall. If a home features monochromatic art or sculpture on a wall, the focus becomes the color of the artwork itself, allowing the texture, surface, and purity to reveal itself. Or do the opposite and group black-themed knickknacks, collectibles and photos on a wall of a lighter color.

 

Make a Small Place Stand Out

 

Are you thinking of making a small part of your house look larger? Ignore what you might have heard about painting a small room in a light shade – it is not always true, believe me. Because the reality is dark rooms feel larger because the room lines disappear and it’s hard to identify the wall or end of each corner. Black also makes wood grains pop out and makes details come to life.

 

A Guide To Dress for Any Occasion

A Guide To Dress for Any Occasion

 

Dress codes. It is a set of rules specifying the required manner of dress at a specific occasion, place, and time. This is the statement of what you should wear in an event.

 

With so many distinct dress codes out there, it can be very difficult for us to know what to wear even when the type of dress requested is stated on the poster or invitation of the occasion.

 

For us to become more aware of dress codes, here’s a guide you can check. A reviewer for you to know the modern do’s and don’ts of proper attire. And if you want to learn more, you have to read more on this “A Guide To Dress for Any Occasion.”

A Wedding

Usually, a wedding is a black-tie or a white-tie event unless the bride and the groom have decided to theme it.

 

For men, a tuxedo is always the great part of the option. A dark suit never goes wrong in such formal events paired with dark-colored shoes.

 

For Women, always keep in mind that the old etiquette is not suitable today – black and red are perfectly fine to wear. However, white is still the ultimate wedding no-no because it is just for the bride.

A Cocktail Party

A suitable cocktail dress is always in style, but you have other options.

 

Tuxedos are for men and evening dresses for women. In terms of color, black has the evening vibe best suited for cocktail parties. However, a new etiquette determined that any dark color would do as long as you can handle it.

 

Attending a cocktail party means avoiding fabrics that are too casual, such as Chino, jersey, and denim. This occasion is an informal social gathering but you must dress at least semi-formal.

A Dinner Party

If a party is a formal one, you should suit up in your cocktail attire. Remember not to overdress because you don’t want to catch the attention of everyone unless you are the host.

 

For women, a little black dress and heels are fine. However, you need to accessorize according to the mood of the event.

A Job Interview

According to the standard etiquette, you can’t go wrong with a suit especially if you’re applying for an office position. However,  in many fields, a suit is not the only choice.

 

Your attire should indicate that you are disciplined and committed. Show respect to the company and interest in the job by dressing properly.

 

Women should be simple and avoid accessorizing too much with jangly jewelry because it’s distracting. A suitable watch would be enough for both men and women, it shows you value time.

 

So here is a quick guide to dressing for any occasion. Remember that above all, being comfortable on what you wear is the most important aspect here. Always ask for a theme, color scheme, or motif of the event. It is better that way than guessing the dress code that may lead to shame.

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