Don’t let the weather end your MX season prematurely. A motocross jacket will keep you warm, dry and ready to hit the track regardless of how Mother Nature is feeling. We’ve assembled a good selection of jackets to fit a variety of needs, and you’ll see that we carry numerous brands as well.
Of course, the primary reason you need a jacket is for warmth. Some riders prefer to avoid the track altogether when the weather gets colder. However, the cold days can be some of the best days because it’s possible that there will be fewer riders. A good jacket will allow you to ride without worrying about the temperature.
However, not all jackets are created equal. A motocross jacket will make sure that you have something that can keep you warm and that will accommodate the subtleties of the sport. For example, because motocross riding requires a great deal of physical exertion, sometimes you can warm up even on cold days, and suddenly a jacket can feel like it’s too much. MX jackets typically include ventilation to make sure that you can control the airflow around your body, preventing you from heating up too much by better managing your sweat.
Because motocross is a sport, speed is essential. Even when you’re just practicing at the track, it’s important to wear gear that will help you reach your potential. MX jackets are lightweight and flexible. They’ll allow you to ride your bike without restricting your movement.
You’ve also got to be prepared for roost coming at you or for crashes. Some motocross jackets are specifically designed to fit over armor like chest protectors or elbow pads. Others aren’t, but sometimes you can fit the protective gear over the top of the jacket. Make sure to read the product descriptions to know what to expect. Also, it’s important to note that some jackets are more durable than others.
If you’re looking for a motocross jacket, browse our selection today. You won’t be disappointed with our many options!
john in OH
Based upon the Klim sizing chart I'm in a Medium jacket and 32 pant (I got a tall). The pants fit pretty good. There's not a lot of extra room in the waist to grow but any bigger and the rest would be too big. The tall is probably an inch long but the regular would be too short. Thanks to RM's fit guarantee I was able try both the Medium & Large jacket. The Medium fit like a suit coat, not like a jacket. The sleeves were too short in a riding position and the chest didn't allow enough movement. A large is a little big in the chest but, is a much better fit for a jacket (especially if you want layer underneath or wear a chest protector). My measurements: Chest -- 40" Shoulders - 45" Sleeve - 30" Waist - 34" Inseam - 33"Read All Reviews