Thomas Motorbike Jackets, Trousers, Waterproofs &
Gloves available online at MotorbikeCrazy
Frank Thomas class themselves as a modern
company with old school characteristics including a dedication
to providing quality motorcycle textile and leather clothing
at affordable prices. You may be able to get a leather jacket
cheaper, but it is highly unlikely that it will stand the
test of time. Their exemplary design, attention to detail
and functionality alongside their constant search for new
materials and technologies keep them at the pinnacle of
the motorcycle clothing industry.
Suprisingly, the first items Frank Thomas produced were racing bike boots, with clothing and leathers
coming at a later date. So it stands to reason that with
20 years experience, their boots can match the standards
of their competitors with ease.
Below is a breakdown of the range with
more details about design, style and features.
Frank Thomas Leather Bike
In 2009 MCN readers voted the Velocita the best overall leather motorbike jacket, scoring incredibly
highly for comfort, looks and quality and, as we all know
there is no greater judge than the customer. And as well
as the number one spot, they also took 2nd, 7th and 8th
position with the Ace jacket, the Phantom jacket and the
Bullit Retro jacket which proves that the quality extends
to their entire range. The 2010 collection is even better,
with the use of top end full grain leathers, Arma-Flex CE
approved armours and airflow punched sections to avoid the
overheating often associated with bike leathers. Prices
currently range from £159.99 to £249.99, outstanding
value for one of Britains best selling brands.
Frank Thomas Textile Bike
Jacket is one of the most popular Frank Thomas jackets.
At a bargain price of only £79.99 it is made from
an incredibly abrasion resistant material and is fully waterproof
and breathable as well as being ultra warm with a thermal
The styling os some of FT's leather jackets have proved
so popular that they have re-produced them in textile version. The
Black Knight jacket at £149.99 with pre-moulded
rubber and metal mesh protection pieces, and the Predator with airflow ventilation system at £159.99 are just
Frank Thomas Leather &
Textile Bike Trousers:
One of the great features of the FT range
is that the majority of their jackets have matching trousers,
but you don't have to be all matching, for the rebels out
there you can attach any Frank Thomas jacket to any Frank Thomas trousers as
long as they have connecting zips. Their leather jeans are
ideal for the race track as they offer maximum protection,
stretch panelling for comfot and knee sliders for rider
practicality. The Full
Force textile jeans are one of the best sellers as they
offer great value for money without cutting back on any
of the features usually associated with top quality clothing.
FT's boots are ideal for the less flamboyant
rider as they tend to be more classic in style, in otherwise
they offer superior protection without the flashy colours.
A perfect example of this is the Frank Thomas Classic
boot which is simply stunning. With a full grain leather
construction, shock absorbing shin pad, and inner and outer
ankle discs it is all you could need from a standard motorbike
boot for only £89.99 - with a flag finishing touch
to celebrate true British style!
If you're looking for something a little more sporty in
appearance but not too over the top then the Aqua
boot is the one for you. With Thermo-set contoured mouldings
on shin, heel and ankle, strategically placed reflex panels
for greater comfort and a double fluted steel shank in sole
this boot is an absolute bargain at only £79.99!
waterproof range from Frank Thomas were some of our
best selling waterproof trousers and oversuits in 2009.
Incredibly lightweight but offering full protection from
a light shower to a full blown thunder storm. We recommend
every rider has at least some waterproof protection, particularly
those who wear leathers as water can be easily absorbed
- particularly if they have not received a waterproof treatment
- making your bike gear incredibly heavy.
How to Measure:
When measuring your
chest you should wear a t-shirt or your anti-freeze top,
hold the tape measure tight against the body and measure
around the widest part of the chest below the armpits.
When measuring your
waist, again hold the tape tight and measure around the
area your trousers usually rest at.
It is important that
your Frank Thomas motorbike clothing fits right, otherwise the armour
may not be in the correct position.