Since 1998 River Road has provided exceptional value and quality to the traditional American motorcyclist. River Road is a unique and trusted brand that is established as an industry leader. The River Road mission is to offer superior products for the cruiser and motorcycle enthusiast with outstanding value, proven designs and top quality materials.
Two waterproof, breathable, 3/4-length, heavy-duty textile riding jacket knows no boundaries.
The snap-down, external storm flap in front keeps water and cold air out.
The two (2) front intake chest vents and two (2) rear exhaust vents are protected with high quality, waterproof zippers.
The fully-sleeved, insulated, removable liner has a built-in pocket for most mobile devices.
High-quality, flexible, CE-approved armor is used in the shoulders and elbows and has an upgradable EVA foam back pad.
Features a neoprene-lined collar for comfort.
Reflective tape on the front and back provides increased visibility for night riding.
Adjustable cuffs and mid-arm length zipper vents offer added ventilation.
Adjustable waist belts provide a more tailored fit.
Two (2) chest storage pockets and two (2) lower front pockets with snap closure offer plenty of storage space.
A generous, zippered cargo pocket with flap closure in back offers additional storage space.
Jacket-to-pant zipper attachment system connects to the Taos Pants.
Includes one-year manufacturer's warranty.
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Sleeve: Starting at the center of the back of your neck, measure along the outside of your arm ending at the wrist. Your motorcycle jacket will have extra sleeve length built in. Donâ€™t compensated for extra sleeve length, just take your actual measurements.
Chest: Measure around the broadest/fullest part of the chest/bust, 1-2 inches below the armpits. Ensure your arms are in a resting position.
Hip: Measure around the fullest part of your hips, keeping the tape horizontal.
Waist: Measure around the smallest portion of your waist.
Thigh: Take a measurement around your thigh, halfway between your waist and the center of your knee cap. On a six-foot tall man it should be approximately 10 inches above the knee.
Hand: Measure the width of your hand across your palm just below your knuckles. Do not include your thumb.
The waist on chaps is adjustable with lacing at the back and a belt in the front. In most cases, the waist can be adjusted to fit. The most important measurement is the thigh. Chaps are cut extra long. They can be hemmed to the ideal length. Before you hem, make sure to sit down, to get the desired length while on a motorcycle.