Whether you’re speeding down trails or highways, or caught in a storm or cold front, a riding jacket is a great accessory to have. Providing valuable protection and extra warmth when you need it, the right jacket can revolutionize your ride.
Now, the right jacket for your depends on the type of riding you do. A light, compact, one season jacket may be perfect for the summer rider, while a heavier, four season jacket with pockets, zippered vents, and removable thermal layers is better suited for the avid rider or everyday commuter. The right jacket should be as versatile as your rides.
Riding jackets don’t have to conform to one style, either. If you prefer a loose mesh jacket or look best in tight fitting leather – we’re happy if you are. Choose from a variety of colors and sizes to make sure the jacket fits you to a T. Our stock caters to a variety of riding styles like:
Worried about sizing or not liking the style? Don’t be! Our fit guarantee program will let you exchange your jacket with free shipping both ways if it’s not absolutely perfect. Don’t hesitate to give us a call if you have questions on fit, or just need a good starting point – we’re here to help every step of the way.
JOSHUA in WV
Great jacket for the price, perfect for warmer weather riding. Fits nicely and feels good in the bike sitting and standing. Will keep dry through minor showers but not a proper waterproof gortex jacket but not priced like one either.Read All Reviews
DAN in KS
So I've had this jacket now for about 2 months and have ridden several hours in the woods and on the trials bike. First of all, when you get the jacket, take the time to find all the pockets and vents. It has plenty. No issues with any of the pockets. (The one inside left chest was the last to find). They hold gear although the front pockets are on the small side. Zippers hold, no issues. Waterproof/Windproof- Absolutely. I had the cuffs pulled tight and when I opened them after my first ride, sweat actually ran out of the sleeve. Venting- Two chest vents are minimal. 2 back vents are large. The key to venting is to open the sleeves and the front zipper. There's plenty of velcro up the front to hold the jacket closed and it allows ample air to vent through the back vents. You can also open the arm pit zippers accordingly. With the venting, you just need to get a little creative. Tough- I've ridden through green briars and brambles and nothing seems to snag on the jacket. Very tough. Sizing- Mine is a little large which gives me room to move. The sleeves are long which I prefer because my arms are long. When I'm prepping I just tug the sleeves tight around my wrist with the velcro straps to keep them out of the way. As I warm up riding, I just open the sleeves completely to vent my arms. I've ridden down to 20 degrees and don't have any trouble balancing the venting. Overall- This is a 5-star product. It performs extremely well. It would be a bargain at twice the price really because it appears that it will last a long time.Read All Reviews
Charles in CA
Sweet jacket for So Cal winter riding. I wear XXL and the shoulder/chest/arm areas fit great but the mid riff area is oversized. I'll deal with it because I like the jacket and its so hard to find a decent dual sport/light ADV jacket that doesn't cook you in So Cals warm weather.Read All Reviews
Tom in WA
This is a quality jacket that, unfortunately, I will be returning. I like everything about this jacket except it didn't fit me. I am 5'10", 200lbs, 46" chest and ordered a large. The arm length and waist fit is perfect but it doesn't have enough room in the shoulders for me. I'm afraid if I order an XL the arm length will be too long. I so wanted this jacket to work as it is well built and nice looking.Read All Reviews