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Video: Bering forcio jacket

THE bering Forcio jacket hides his game well. Behind this textile jacket actually hides a versatile jacket who will be able to support you on a daily basis. We'll tell you a little more about it!

Bering Forcio jacket, and the versatility of textiles

THE bering Forcio jacket falls into the category of textiles. A category rather known (and appreciated) by bikers looking for versatility. Indeed, this bering jacket can be used in summer as well as in winter, in the rain or in the sun.

It first has a rainproof membrane which protects from showers. What's more, it's a breathable membrane, which will prevent you from suffocating under the jacket. THE bering Forcio jacket also has a full lining (i.e., sleeves and bust) removable thermal aluminum. Why aluminum?

Thermo aluminum is a double-layer insulator: a wadding layer traps hot air around your torso, and an aluminum film reflects the infrared rays released by your body. The whole thing keeps you warm! At least, to considerably limit cooling. And that's a lot. In summer, you just need to remove this removable liner to continue enjoying your bering Forcio jacket.

What about security then?

Ok, we are on textile manufacturing but manufacturing in 600 denier Fibretech fabric. A guarantee of resistance to abrasion. This jacket from the bering brand also has cE certified protective shells on the shoulders and elbows. No back protector, unfortunately, but a pocket designed to accommodate one. THE bering Forcio jacket is thus certified as PPE.

With its interior and exterior pockets, its loops to connect it to pants, and its neoprene collar, we can say that the bering Forcio jacket is a complete jacket. A versatile jacket as we said, accessible at a low price, which will suit occasional bikers and those who want to get out on the roads.

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