OXFORD'S BULL-IT PROMO
April 6 2016.



Oxford Products is promoting the technical advantages of the Bull-it range of riding jeans and explaining that other protective jeans may end up burning more than just a hole in the pocket.


A number of protective riding jeans feature Dyneema and Spectra. These are UHMWPE's which are high modulus polyethylenes (otherwise known as UHMW, HMPE and HPPE). Polyethylenes are claimed to be less suitable for use in motorcycle jeans due to their low thermal qualities.

Bull-it Jeans feature Covec® which provides the following claimed advantages:

- Low Heat Transfer
- Minimises likelihood of Road Rash Burns
- Has a Thermal Barrier
- No Melting Point - NO catastrophic failure through melting in a crash scenario


Oxford claims that UHWMPE used in other jeans have the following disadvantages:

- High Heat Transfer
- Increases likelihood of Road Rash Burns
- No Thermal Barrier
- Low Melting Point of 130ºC - Chance of catastrophic failure through melting in a crash scenario


To see the Bull-it range at the Oxford Products website CLICK HERE