The Royal Enfield Buff Original Black can Be Worn In More Than Twelve Different Ways As Per The Situation And Weather Conditions.
Royal Enfield Buff Original Black
Great as protective wear and just as stylish as accessories while you are on the road. Premium Micro poly fabric with moisture absorption treatment done on buff for better moisture management
- The Royal Enfield Buff Original Black can Be Worn In More Than Twelve Different Ways As Per The Situation And Weather Conditions.
- Sun/ Wind/ Cold Protection
- Fire Protection
- Polygiene – Active Odour Control Keeps Bacteria At Bay (Proven Effective For The Lifetime Of The Garment)
- Custom-made by Buff Headwear
- Multi-purpose structure made from 100% polyester microfiber
- Odour control Polygene to keep bacteria at bay for the life of the garment.
- Treated for better moisture management properties.
- Can be worn in more than twelve different ways.
- Protection from sun, wind and cold
- Seamless Multipurpose Tubular Structure For Elasticity Allows It To Adapt As The Situation Demands
- 100% Polyester Microfiber
The Enfield Cycle Company made motorcycles, bicycles, lawnmowers and stationary engines under the name Royal Enfield out of its works based at Redditch, Worcestershire. The legacy of weapons manufacture is reflected in the logo comprising the cannon, and the motto “Made like a gun”. Use of the brand name Royal Enfield was licensed by the Crown in 1890.
THE EARLY YEARS
In 1909 Royal Enfield surprised the motorcycling world by introducing a small Motorcycle with a 2 ¼ HP V twin Motosacoche engine of Swiss origin. In 1911 the next model was powered by a 2 ¾ HP engine and boasted of the well known Enfield 2-speed gear. In 1912 came the JAP 6 HP 770 CC V twin with a sidecar combination. It was this motorcycle which made Enfield a household name. 1914 saw the 3 HP motorcycles this time with Enfield’s own engine which now had the standardised Enfield paint scheme of black enamelled parts and green tank with gold trim.
|Dimensions||5 × 5 × 5 cm|