Bronte - Women's AA rated motorcycle leggings with stretch

£145.99 GBP

You should never have to compromise style for protection. That’s why we have developed our innovative, fully lined, women's Kevlar® motorcycle leggings with stretch.

These leggings are AA rated (as tested at SATRA), and offer incredible abrasion resistance. They come supplied with CE level 2 knee and hip protectors, to further help keep you safe on your motorbike. With a full range of sizes and three leg lengths, boasting a high quality finish, these leggings are designed for women who want function but want to look good too!

Safety features of our ladies motorcycle leggings 

These high-performance ladies motorcycle leggings are designed with street style and comfort in mind. The knee pockets come with two sections for height adjustment - allowing you to place the knee armour to the correct and most comfortable position while on your motorcycle. Taking safety even further, the leggings have an elasticated foot stirrup to stop them riding up in an accident.

Additional features

Roadskin Bronte motorcycle leggings feature a zip at the rear to allow connection to most popular ranges of motorcycle jackets. The waistband has also been constructed to be higher at the rear making your motorcycle riding draft-free....and discreet! The addition of a stretch panel on knees will also aid in your comfort while on your motorbike.

  • Fully lined Kevlar AA rated women's motorcycle leggings with stretch.
  • Supplied with CE Level 2 rated knee and hip armour
  • Knee armour pockets with height adjustment feature
  • Elasticated foot stirrup to stop the leggings riding up in accident
  • Two front pockets and two rear pockets.
  • Connecting zip at the rear to allow connection to most popular ranges of motorcycle jackets.
  • High rise waist
  • Three different leg lengths
  • Stretch panel on knees for comfort while on the bike 

Important information regarding motorcycle armour when wearing our ladies motorcycle leggings.

It is very important to wear the armour provided with these products, not just to help protect your bones but also to reduce the impact of the bone against the fabric in the key areas. The fabric is not designed to withstand impact injury, in the key areas, without armour.

Leggings - find your best fit

To find your best fit for our ladies motorcycle leggings, please do the following:

Grab your favorite pair of leggings. Then measure across the waist in inches. Double that to get the waist size.

Then measure from the crotch of the leggings to the end of one leg. With both measurements to hand, you are ready to order.

Industry Reviews

Tested by Al Silcox for three months from MCN Magazine.

"I’ve been impressed with the quality and styling of these Roadskin Bronté leggings and over the three months of use, they’ve proved comfortable and easy to wear. And being a lady of a certain age, I find nothing beats an elasticated waist to hide an ever-increasing muffin top."

Katie Smith - Visordown

"If you want leggings that are incredibly comfy and stylish, these are well worth a look. I wore these leggings recently to redo my CBT and felt comfortable in them all day and loved being able to wear something that wasn’t super bulky and uncomfortable. The stretch in the leggings means you could easily spend all day in them and wouldn’t feel like they are digging in when in the riding position. And let’s be honest, we all want to look and feel good regardless of what we are doing."

SATRA Ladies Motorcycle Leggings Testing

Since 21st April 2018 all motorcycle clothing has to be certified as PPE or Personal Protective Equipment by law.

Clothing is classified to different levels AAA being the most protective down to C being the least. Loosely speaking you can say that they are most suited to the type of riding below but always go for the highest if possible.  

  • AAA Motorways and higher speeds
  • AA Touring
  • A City or Urban use 30mph and below
  • B No armour so not advised
  • C Waste of time

This testing is done by certified bodies both here (we use SATRA) and abroad under the standard EN 17092-2.