2014 Leather Motorcycle Jacket Buying Guide at RevZi...RevZilla
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Starting off category one will be Speed & Strength's Top Dead Center Jacket. A fully perforated, relaxed cut, leather jacket aimed at the stunt crown and coming in at an entry level price. The Dainese Laguna EVO and the Alpinestars Jaws Perforated jackets will be your next stop in the 2014 lineup. While both feature a more relaxed sport cut, the Laguna EVO will come with a removable, full sleeved thermal liner and the Jaws will feature a thermal vest allowing you to stretch these options into the cooler months. The Alpinestars Celer is your gateway drug to a full on track day with an aggressive race cut, sliders on the shoulders and elbow as well as a sport hump. Rounding out the top of the food chain for the technical category will be the Alpinestars Black Shadow Phantom and Dainese's Super Speed C2. Both of these jackets are essentially the top half of a race suit with an aggressive cut and speed humps.
Starting off the Second Category of casual leather options is the River Road Hoodlum jacket. This entry level jacket comes with no protective armor but does have plenty of venting as well as a removable full-sleeved thermal liner making it a great all-season option. The Rev'It! Roamer is going to have a full-sleeved thermal liner along with armor at both the shoulders and elbow for whatever the road throws your way. Roland Sands has two jackets which made it into our buying guide for 2014. The all new City jacket is a classicly styled, American cut jacket featuring premium rifle leather. The Roland Sand Ronin is the reigning champion from last year and refuses to be dethroned in '14. With it's sport/cafe fit and premium airborne leather it will go great with almost any bike in your garage. Armor for both Roland Sands jackets is sold in a separate kit.
No matter what your style, we will have a jacket to perfectly match your ride.
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