Aether Apparel has a knack for making incredibly rugged and tactical motorcycle gear while eschewing the over-designed style that runs rampant throughout the market.
Both the Mojave jacket and pants sport Aether’s signature minimalist style, but it’s the utility that the brand pairs to its design that earned its reputation. They’re made from heavy-duty yet breathable Halley Stevensons cotton canvas 100% abrasion resistant.
Normally, I wouldn’t be so trusting of gear that just hit shelves, but last summer I had the opportunity to put some Aether Range pants to the test, riding up to Alaska from Seattle, Washington. The Mojave looks like the upgraded version, only with couple more usable pockets and some crucial ventilation. If Aether’s new Mojave getup keeps the level of performance as the older Range models, I would not hesitate to take another week off this summer and head north in them.
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