Firstgear Scout Leather Jacket

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Firstgear Men's Scout Leather Jacket
  • Premium, heavy-weight 1.2-1.3 mm leather
  • Kwik-Dry water-resistance limits water absorption to 30% and dries quickly
  • 2 front perforated leather vents that let air into the jacket and exit the rear exhaust vents
  • Sleeve cuffs have 2-way zippers to regulate air through the mesh gussets
  • Concealed under the front pockets is the Cargo Storage System
  • Multiple compartments make it easy to carry all the necessities of the road
  • Two front side pockets
  • Powerstretch panels on the side and behind the arms provide freedom of movement and a flexible fit
  • Reflective panels in the front and back
  • CE-rated armor in the shoulders and elbows plus an EVA foam back pad
  • Fully-sleeved, snap-out Thermoliner reflects body heat inward and permits humidity to escape
  • Thermoneck™ extends up the neck and chin and stows back into the jacket when not in use
  • Lined with soft-to-the-touch fleece
  • Phone pocket on the left side and a map/cargo pocket on the right side
  • For comfort, the collar is finished with a soft, smooth padded tipping
  • 10-year manufacturer’s limited warranty


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Tough over time

I have had my Scout for 12 or so years. I wear it almost daily and love it. I have other (mesh) jackets for the hottest days (100+), but the Scout suits me 11 months out of 12. Great cooling system and it is warm down to the 30s with the liner. I intend to buy another Scout when this one is dead. But that will be in the future as it is fine now. Needs occasional cleaning and shoe-polish touch-ups. You WON'T be dissatisfied. It is tough and looks good doing it.

Ken - April 12, 2010

(Tucson, AZ)

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Firstgear Scout

I am 6 foot 2 and I ordered a large and xl to be sure I got the right fit. The large fit me perfect so I returned the xl. I love this jacket. It looks and feels exactly like the picture. The leather stitching quality is top notch and the protective padding gives me piece of mind. I highly recommend this jacket if you like leather. And if you prefer textile, Firstgear makes an identical jacket to the scout. Stop reading reviews and pondering whether you should spend the money or not. Great protection knows no cost.

Colton - July 28, 2010

(Morton, TX)

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FirstGear Scout Jacket

Very heavy and well made. Perfect fit according to chart. Excellent price on sale. VERY deep chest pockets. This jacket was well thought out. BUY IT.

Wayne - September 01, 2011

(Bethel, CT)

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Awesome

This is my first motorcycle jacket (for my first motorcycle); this jacket looks, feels, and works great. This is one tough jacket. Worth every penny.

MA - September 30, 2011

(Hudson, WI)

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LOVE THESE LEATHERS

Have had a ladies Scout jacket and Nevada pants since 1994. They have served me VERY well for over 200K miles. I ride in comfort with the addition of a Gerbings jacket liner from 20F-60F, add a phase-change liquid CoolSport vest over 90F. Showers are handled by the leathers themselves, while downpours require the addition of Frogg Toggs. I LOVE THESE LEATHERS....what more can I say?

Joy - January 16, 2012

(Eureka, California, CA)

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First Gear Scout IV Jacket

I have four MC jackets and this is by far my favorite. It is very comfortable except when the temps get above 85% at which time I switch to a First Gear Mesh Tex Jacket. The venting, the pockets, the overall quality and fit and finish are exceptional. I can't understand why First Gear has discontinued this jacket. FYI, I am 6'5" tall and the First Gear tall sized jackets fit me very well giving me the extra length in the body and sleeves I need.

Greg - July 11, 2013

(Sandy, UT)

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FGSLJ

Simply the best. I've been wearing and using FG since my college days, even have my old set of leathers, a few pounds later and new gear time it was. If it's on my body for riding, it's FG!

Christopher - December 02, 2010

(Beavercreek, OH)

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2010 Scout Jacket

This is a fabulous riding jacket! Very thick leather for good protection on it's own, but also includes firm CE rated elbow & shoulder pads, and a soft back pad. The full liner is crazy warm, and the removable neck gaiter is very handy in cold weather. My only problem with this jacket is the sizing. They definitely run big. I am 6ft 2in, 43" chest, broad shouldered, slim waisted (measured 34", jeans size 31") and ordered a Large Tall. It was massive and swallowed me. I replaced it with a Medium and it fits good, still a bit more room in the chest but I guess it works in the end for winter riding since I can fit some thicker layers. Overall I'm really happy with the jacket :) Also, want to mention that the guys at Firstgear are first class. They spent alot of time with me on the phone while we took measurements to compare sizes, etc, and then handled the exchange for me. Lastly, Motorcycle Superstore has been nothing but a pleasure to deal with for all my riding gear.

Chris - February 08, 2010

(Lexington, KY)

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"Full Leather Jacket"

Ultra heavy leather. Feels great having it on. Stiff out of the box, but softens up after a dozen rides or so. Great especially in cool weather, in the 70's and below. Without the liner, is nice and warm down to the high 40's. With the liner, I'm pretty sure it'd be great in the 30's. I'm 6'2" with a 45" chest, 36" waist, 35" sleeves. I got the XL. The waist and sleeves are about perfect (any bigger and it'd be loose at the waist). With the liner in, the jacket is dead perfect fit for my torso. With the liner out, the chest is a little roomier that I would prefer, but still OK. When the air temp gets up toward 80, got to be moving with the cuffs, collar, and torso vents open to not overheat. The vents help, but are fairly narrow openings, and the air flow is somewhat limited. The neck gaiter really helps keep cold wind out, and has a Velcro attachment to the inside back of the jacket below the collar, which is nice cause it stays put, but tricky to put on for me..I have to put the gaiter on my neck, and then slip the jacket on keeping the neck area loose until all the way up to shoulders so that the Velcro lines up. I really like the jacket, and despite the small quibbles, can't wait to try it on the coastal highway this summer.

KO - March 22, 2010

(Bakersfield, CA)

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Forster gear scout

I love the jacket. The weight and feel are great. I think the zipper pulls could probably be a bit more rugged. I bought a large and the sleeves are a bit long and there is no way the second snap on the wrist fasteners is useable. The neck snaps button backwards from what I am used to. I'm still breaking it in, so it is still a bit stiff, but overall, it is the best jacket I have ever had. It beats the textile Joe Rocket jacket it replaced, no questions.

Troy - October 11, 2010

(Leesburg, VA)

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