Zrvcat (Rochester )
I bought this only for cold weather but when it arrived the zipper was broke and overall quality was lacking. On a scale of 1 through 10 the Joe Rocket is a 4.
Loren (Spokane )
Read all the reviews about this jacket and was on the fence about buying it. After wearing this jacket, I absolutely love it. Breathes well, looks great! When ordering, you "may" want to order the next size larger.
Mark (Indianapolis )
My wife was looking for a full mesh jacket that would fit her tall slender frame and offer armor. She loves this jacket. The fit and finish is great, much better than another brand that's really gone downhill, and it's very flattering.
Joe (Weymouth )
I am a beginner to riding and wanted something that were as comfortable as sneakers but offered the same protection. These shoes fit well, offer that nice flap over the lacing system, allow easy gear shifting and they are nice enough to walk around in after riding if you're just out and about for the day. Highly recommended for the price!
Brock (Greenville )
High quality with loads of practical features, but a few unfortunate quirks. 1) There’s no air flow from elbows down, so super sweaty forearms. 2) Almost the entire left half of jacket front has blocked air flow from the thick IPod and glasses pockets. Open-weave mesh jackets are for flowing air, so why not use a pocket material that vents? The two lower "hand warmer" pockets vent just fine. No actual hand warming, which is a good thing. 3) The sleeve adjustment snaps give limited sizing options and are clunky. They should be Velcro like the adjustments at the waist. 4) The liner is well made but too complicated. I’ve never understood rainproof liners. It stops raining, you remove the liner, now you have a soggy jacket to wear. It should have a simple wind-breaking liner for chilly mornings. Rain suits are for rain. 5) It has sleeves for Popeye, shoulders for Olive Oil. The sleeve at the bicep is wider than the opening where the sleeve meets the body. Nobody is going to get their arm through that small opening, then fill out the baggy sleeve. I’m no muscle man, and I feel the jacket tugging at my arm pits when riding. Perhaps they forgot to allow for the shoulder armor. And yes, I have the correct size for my build (Medium - 41” chest, 5’9”, 160 lbs, 33” waist). If these 5 issues don't bother you, you'll likely love this jacket.
Matt (O )
Shoes look nice, are relatively comfortable at a good price however 4 months in to having these shoes, the thin rubber connecting the buckle tore on the left boot. Doubtful, I'd buy these same boots again.