Here is a great selection of off road jackets at discount prices. You will find classic style enduro jackets, mud coats and mx jackets for any type of foul weather riding.
Brant in CA
The jacket is a great value for the money. There is no other jacket, feature for feature, that can match up at the 200 dollar price point. I am 6 feet 2 inches at 200 pounds, 44 inch chest and the XL size fits perfect. It is a little heavy, even with the liner out, but that’s the price for having shoulder, arm and back armor in place. The jacket also vents well. I would like to see an additional bellows pocket across the lower back of the jacket for additional gear placement. Overall, this is the best jacket I have owned for dual sport riding.Read All Reviews
David in UT
I am on my second copy of this jacket after 4 years. I lost some weight so I had to downsize. Otherwise, I would be wearing the original. It is a great jacket. It's very durable. It has all the pockets I need. It has protected me in more than one crash. I wear it daily commuting to work, summer, and winter. It is warm enough with a liner that I purchased separately, and the open vents cool it adequately in the summertime heat. I only have one minor complaint. I wish that the velcro collar strap was about an inch longer. It is a little difficult to use it when I wear a balaclava in the cold weather.Read All Reviews
Kyle in NV
Minus a packable foul weather jacket I never really liked the looks or idea of most purpose built riding jackets. Bought this Jacket a month ago prior to a night ride across the desert. I wear a Leatt Fusion 3.0 and needed a jacket that would fit the roost guard and neck brace while keeping me warm. I am just under 6' and weigh 220 and ordered large, which fits well with or without armor. The high when we left was 35 and the low during the ride was 19 when we got back to the house. I wore this jacket, the armor and thermal top and was pretty comfortable the whole ride even at speeds up to 75 MPH+ on the two track after leaving the singles. Since then I have worn it in a light rain for an hour and stayed dry. Also, I do some cross-training (trials on my enduro) during the chilly parts of the morning before my swing shift. I'll zip-off the sleeves and throw a hoodie under the jacket, which keeps me warm while going fast, but also breathes when the heart rate rises and the bike slows down in the heavy stuff. Overall, I am very happy with the jacket and will continue to beat the heck out of it until the heat returns.Read All Reviews