ALISO VIEJO, CA – April 26, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Held USA is now stocking the new “Sereena” glove, a premium leather motorcycle glove for women riders. Offering a combination of comfort, tactility and protection, the Sereena is now in stock and available through Held dealers in the United States.
- Held’s new Sereena glove combines protection and comfort for women riders.
- Ideal for a wide range of riding styles.
- Samples are available for media evaluation.
Properly fitting gear is of the utmost importance to any motorcyclist, from professional racers to casual riders and everyone in between. That’s why Held designs a wide range of riding gear specifically for women, the newest addition of which is the Sereena glove. The Sereena’s goatskin exterior and SAS-TEC® knuckle reinforcements offer protection while remaining tactile. The OUTLAST® lining, interior step seam construction and stretch fabric panels make for a comfortable, flexible fit. This unique mixture of comfort and protection makes this glove ideal for a wide range of motorcyclists, from daily commuters to long distance tourers. The Sereena is offered in a wide range of women’s sizes, including long or short sizes available by special order.
Held Sereena Glove
- Goatskin exterior for flexible protection
- OUTLAST® lining, stretch panel fabric and step seams make for comfortable, flexible fit
- SAS-TEC® knuckle protection and double leather underlaid with Schoeller® Keprotec®
- Other features include velcro adjustments and index finger visor wiper
- Available in women’s sizes: D-6, D-6.5, D-7, D-7.5, D-8 (long and short available by special order)
Best known worldwide for their award-winning glove lines, Held also designs and manufactures premium motorcycle safety gear, utilizing the highest quality materials and armor. Held’s innovations include being the first equipment manufacturer to implement naturally abrasion-resistant kangaroo and stingray leathers in its products, the first to use a special inside stepped seam to eliminate seam discomfort, and the first manufacturer to use a titanium knuckle cover on their gloves.