When you ride on the street, you need a jacket that fits your style and delivers protection. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC has the best selection of motorcycle jackets whether you ride a sportbike, cruiser, or anything in between. We carry top brands including Alpinestars, Icon, Speed and Strength, and REV'IT so you can find a jacket that works with your budget. So whether you want a jacket that's abrasion-resistant top-grain leather, ventilated mesh textile, insulated for cold weather, or completely weather resistant for year-round riding, you'll find it here in Rocky Mountain's selection.
James in WA
I live and ride in the PNW. i've had the pants and jacket for over a year now and have put about 3k miles in this gear. I've used in temps that range from high 30's to mid 90"s. It's obvious the design was well thought out. Ventilation is great and breathes well. The materials used is good quality and is holding up well. Protection is where you need it (first hand experience). I chose black but grey might be better for hotter weather riding. There are a few areas that could be improved: 1) Hard to open/close arm vents while riding. It would be nice to have this ability as microclimates change. sometimes you need just a small change to get comfortable 2) sleeve cuffs need to have a zipper or a larger opening to accommodate gloves with wrist gauntlets. 3) hydration sleeve on back needs to be larger. I put my 2L bladder in the sleeve first and then fill it up because cannot get it in once full. Once full it's hard to secure the velcro flap. 4) wish it had a little more high viz markings.Read All Reviews
Jesse in OK
I am very happy with this jacket. I have a 48 inch chest with a 44 inch waist, 36 inch sleeve length. I ordered an XL and added Klim D30 lvl 1 armor. It fits perfect. If I was going to wear something like the Fox Titan under the jacket I think I would have needed to go up a size. The build quality is great. Venting seems to be pretty great also. If you are looking for a shell, that isn't waterproof (cooler), and doesnt have a thermal layer (use your own base layer) then I would seriously put this on your short list.Read All Reviews