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Phoenix ION Armored Mesh Jacket by Joe Rocket

Phoenix ION Armored Mesh Jacket by Joe Rocket

Rider Magazine Staff
September 22, 2015

Armored Mesh The Phoenix ION armored mesh jacket by Joe Rocket has a UV resistant, large-gauge FreeAir mesh chassis that provides cooling comfort in extreme heat. The Phoenix ($199.99-$214.99) also includes a removable waterproof liner and removable insulated warmth liner. The impact protection system... Read more »

Power Trip Gauge Mesh and Pivot Motorcycle Jackets Review

Gauge Mesh Jacket

Mark Tuttle
September 14, 2015

Two hundred and sixty bucks is a pretty typical price for a decent textile riding jacket, wouldn’t you say? What if that could buy you two? Joe Rocket’s Power Trip line says it has redefined cheap with its Gauge Mesh and Pivot jackets, and we’re inclined to agree. Starting at $129.99 each, you... Read more »

Triumph ISDT Motorcycle Jacket Review

Triumph ISDT Motorcycle Jacket

Jerry Smith
August 7, 2015

I like my riding gear like I like my motorcycles––simple, classic and functional––and when I got a Triumph Bonneville I developed a yearning for a jacket like the old waxed-cotton Belstaff I had in my lost youth. It was a foul green and smelled so bad my roommates wouldn’t let me come in the... Read more »

Klim Latitude Misano Jacket and Pants Review

Klim Latitude Misano Jacket and Pants

Scott A. Williams
January 30, 2015

Stopping to fiddle with rain gear or zip-in liners is a hassle. Klim’s Latitude Misano Gore-Tex jacket and pants provide high levels of protection and comfort with the convenience of breathable, waterproof Gore-Tex bonded to the inner surface of the entire outer shell. No rain gear required. Klim (rhymes... Read more »

Held Camaris/Ravero Motorcycle Suit Review

Held Camaris/Ravero Suit

Greg Drevenstedt
January 5, 2015

Held, a 60-year-old German company best known in the U.S. for its high-quality gloves, also makes motorcycle apparel and luggage. One of Held’s most unique offerings is the Camaris jacket and Ravero pants, a touring suit that combines the abrasion resistance and style of leather with the versatility... Read more »

Tour Master Trinity Series 2 Women’s Motorcycle Jacket Review

Tour Master Trinity Series 3 Women’s Jacket

Bill Stermer
December 30, 2014

While motorcycling remains a primarily male activity, more women are riding their own bikes and as passengers. Still, it’s often difficult to find riding wear that is cut specifically for women, and especially top-line gear at a reasonable price. That’s why I was enthused to find this new Tour Master... Read more »

Harley-Davidson Pink Label Program Expands Fight Against Breast Cancer

Pink Label 3-in-1 Leather Jacket

Rider Magazine Staff
October 14, 2014

Pink is more than a color to Harley-Davidson and its family of riders, dealers and enthusiasts. It’s an ongoing pledge to those affected by breast cancer that nobody rides alone, on the road or through life. Having raised more than $1.3 million since its inception in 2010, the Harley-Davidson Pink... Read more »

Olympia Moto Sports MotoQuest Guide Suit Review

Olympia Moto Sports MotoQuest Guide Suit: The rainsuit can be worn over the jacket/pants as shown, or underneath.

Greg Drevenstedt
September 5, 2014

For four years, I wore Olympia Moto Sport’s X Moto jacket and pants on countless adventure rides (Rider, August 2010 and on The extremely versatile, durable gear held up well over thousands of rough-n-tumble miles, close encounters with rocks, cacti and terra firma, and a wide range... Read more »

Rev’It Sand 2 Motorcycle Suit Review

Rev’It Sand 2 Suit

Ken Aiken
June 5, 2014

If you don’t like the weather, wait five minutes. While somewhat of an exaggeration, riding in the Northeast does require being prepared for rapid weather and temperature changes. Since it’s awkward packing several jackets and pants for each trip, I’ve been on a quest to discover the ultimate riding... Read more »

Harley-Davidson Beginnings Leather Jacket Review

Harley-Davidson Beginnings Leather Jacket

Mark Tuttle
May 29, 2014

Sometimes I wish I still had the first leather jacket I received at Rider. As I recall, I gave it away because it lacked vents and armor, but I’m sure it’s out there somewhere all beat-up and still keeping a fellow rider warm—leather just never wears out. These days I tend to favor textile apparel... Read more »

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