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Rukka makes the very best motorcycle clothing. The Rukka brand hails from Finland and has become the suit of choice for many commuters, high mileage tourers, blood bikers, couriers as well as the majority of British police motorcyclists. And the reason for this is that Rukka make motorcycle jackets using the very best materials; Gore-Tex pro shell 3 layer laminate, YKK zips, Armacor, D3O, Outlast and so on. They then back this up, in the UK, with a six year warranty on Rukka jackets and Rukka trousers and a two year warranty on Rukka gloves. If you want the best motorcycle suit money can buy then Rukka should be on the list!

As on of the largest official Rukka stockists in the UK, here at Motolegends, we stock the full UK range of Rukka motorcycle clothing. Not only that but we have short and long leg lengths available in all but one of the ten mens suits and three ladies suits. Furthermore, we stock sizes that no other dealer in the UK imports. If Rukka is one of your options there is no retailer in the UK with a better selection to guide you to the right Rukka suit for you. You can buy online with free next day UK delivery and with our unbeatable price guarantee or you can visit us in Guildford for a personal shopping experience.

Is Rukka a good brand?

Rukka is, quite probably, the top brand for high mileage motorcyclists who need protection from winter weather. Working with Goretex, Rukka guarantee you will stay warm and dry when the weather is inclement.

Why is Rukka clothing so expensive?

Making a Goretex laminate garment is labour intensive. It takes many hours for a person to tape all the seams properly to ensure waterproofing and to ensure it will last. That's what makes Rukka expensive. It is a brand that uses only the best components and makes clothing that will do its job under the most difficult weather conditions.

Who makes Rukka?

The Rukka brand was established in Finland in 1950 and has been making technical sports and motorbike wear since then. The brand is owned by Luhta Sportswear, another Finnish company. 


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