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.
ANDREW in CA
Very nice jacket for little coin...... Was looking for a jacket but didn't want to spend a fortune and didn't want to be too cheap.. A.R.C. BB ADV Jacket fit the bill perfectly. I have 3 other jackets but this is my go to. Has back, shoulder and elbow protection. I do wish the openings for cooling air were a lil bit bigger (I ride in 100*+ temps) but does flow air adequately. Pocket for Hydro pack is Small, holds 1L bladder I believe, but haven't used for hydro yet. Only other issue I have with it is, it has small cuffs around wrists. Would like them to be a lil bit larger for fitting glove inside cuffs...... Great value, time will tell on durability, comfy, good protection as far as I can tell (really hope I never have to put jacket to the test), haven't rode in the rain so not sure on weatherproofing. This checked all the boxes for feature I.....again... I...... was looking for.Read All Reviews
Chris in WA
One mean jacket- heavy but comfortable with hip belt to take the weight off the shoulders. Hot for slow trail rides over 60 deg but vents bring temp range up to nearly 80 deg if on the road with vents fully open. Cant beat it for long rides from freezing to 80 deg wet or dry with only a base layer to stay comfortable. All armor you need built in.Read All Reviews
Jess in OR
This jacket is exactly what I expected and works great. I picked this up to go over my roost guard for wind/rain or if I needed something to wear around camp and pack down small. There is only one vent in the back, but it works for what I need. The Fanny pack feature is a little odd, but if you need some strange s, they are built in.Read All Reviews
Jowensedy in Distrito Nacional
I bought this jacket a couple of months ago and I love it, it has good ventilation (without the rain liner) but if you remove it it's like you got a fan inside, love the material and the fit.Read All Reviews
James in OR
It's a well made jacket, but I found it was way too small. I wear a large jacket in general, so I purchased the Terrain in XL to fir over my Dainese Wave Pro. Sadly, while the torso fit well, the sleeves were VERY tight, highly constricting movement. As a vest it's great, but I need a jacket. Only two vertical chest pockets, so it carries little. My 1st Gen Leatt GPX 5.5 jacket in XL (with the roll-down brace collar) fits really well - if a bit garish looking - and will soldier on. I returned the Thor.Read All Reviews