Rusty Stitches; the name may sound familiar. Originally from Scotland, Rusty Stitches is now brought to Europe by Jopa Racing Products. The brand, which started with offering a number of affordable leather jackets in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium, has expanded its range with several new jackets, gloves, accessories and is now offered in 15 different countries in Europe. The company is also making steps towards Asia and the US. Their products are mainly aimed at the urban rider and are slightly different from others, which fits seamlessly with the philosophy of Rusty Stitches as a brand.

About Rusty Stitches
What started as an idea in Joshua Nap’s head has grown into a brand that stands out from the rest and meets the needs of its customers while also remaining interactive and engaged with its end users.

Rusty Stitches is committed to provide motorcyclists with the very best in motorcycle fashion while also keeping it affordable. The inspiration comes from the out-of-the-box thinkers and fashion lovers. The result is unique motorcycle fashion pieces! But this is only the beginning as the range is growing, but the core values ​​always remain the same: cool and affordable motorcycle clothing!

Make sure to head over to the Rusty Stitches website and check out their gear for yourself, because that’s what we did.

As a matter of fact: we will be reviewing a number of Rusty Stitches most popular products in the coming weeks. Wanna know what we think? Make sure to stay tuned here on

By Published On: May 21, 2022Categories: General news0 Comments on New kid on the Block: Rusty StitchesTags: , , 1.6 min readViews: 606

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About the Author: Adnane Bensalah

Adnane Bensalah is a motorcycle enthusiast from the highest order. Ever since he swung his leg over a written-off Gilera Citta that he salvaged with his brother at the age of 13, his love for two-wheeled combustion engine powered vehicles has only grown. From that day on, riding and wrenching on motorcycles is all that he can think of. After pursuing a degree in aerospace engineering, Adnane ended up working for a major oil & gas company. This allowed him to travel all over the world and meet people from all walks of life. Adnane loves to interact with people and loves it even more to share his experiences. Adnane calls himself a “motorcyclist” instead of “biker”, because he thinks it sounds fancy. He has owned over a dozen of motorcycles in different categories, but his true passion lays with retro bikes, café racers and scramblers. Adnane’s philosophy is that any motorcycle can be considered perfect, it all depends on the size of your smile when you ride it. Having worked on many bikes himself, Adnane is a true autodidact and trained himself in being a mechanic. “Anybody can disassemble an engine, but to assemble it back again in working order, that’s what makes the difference.” Perhaps that is why he enjoys to write about bike builds and the people behind them. Adnane owns a Moto Guzzi V7 Special as a daily ride, a Royal Enfield Classic 500 that has been tuned to race.

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