1. Street Bike
  2. Men's Riding Gear
  3. Jackets

Denim Street Bike Jackets for Men


Narrow Your Results
Reset
Grid List
1-2 of 2
Roland Sands Design Fubar Denim Jacket Authentic denim riding jacket, Made in the USA Durable, raw rigid yarn dyed denim (12.5 oz) Comfort riding fit, with rotated pre-curved sleeves, dropped back le
Icon 1000 Outsider Convertible Jacket One thousand is an empirical number that forms the boundary between boy and man. The displacement threshold between expert and novice. One thousand has always bee

Latest Reviews

Sam (Madison, WI)

Fit
Finish
Durability
Features
Cost Benefit

Beware the Intake 3.0 is larger than the Intake 2!

I love this jacket, which is why I bought a new one after my Air Intake 2 wore out. BUT, I assumed the sizing would be the same, so I ordered a Large. Nuh-uh. The Air Intake 3.0 is considerably larger- longer sleeves and larger torso. I should have returned it for a Medium, but didn't so I'll continue with the baggy Large cause it's not THAT bad. But be aware that if you're on the low end of an Air Intake 2 Large, you'll want to order a Medium in the Air Intake 3.0!

John (MALDEN, MA)

Fit
Finish
Durability
Features
Cost Benefit

Just about perfect....

Negative? The zipper is a bit rough using. Other than that I love it. Worth way more than the price.

peter (south salem, NY)

Fit
Finish
Durability
Features
Cost Benefit

peter 8/2014

Bought medium hi-viz and I like the fact it is hiviz all over, keeps the sun heat down. The sleeves are tight and the snaps at the wrist should be velcro for adjustability. Don't think a long sleeve vest will fit if the liner is installed. Was thinking of getting a large but the sleeves may be too long. As others have said, the armor is bulky. Air ventilation is adequate. For the cost it is good.

Squidlius (San Jose, CA)

Fit
Finish
Durability
Features
Cost Benefit

Nice jacket

It's near impossible for me to find a jacket that fits. Common issues are torso is too long, chest too baggy, sleeves too short or tight and the worst is the collar digging into my throat while riding. The Overlord jacket fits me pretty good considering how hard it is for me to find one that fits. If the torso was 2 inches shorter and the neck cut a little lower it would be perfect for me. Very nice leather jacket for the price of a good textile jacket.

JM (Huntsville, AL)

Fit
Finish
Durability
Features
Cost Benefit

Scorpion Jacket Drafter

I was searching for a good summer jacket, looked all over for it. I found the one that suited me the best was the Scorpion Drafter Jacket. Had it for a month now and love it. Very comfortable, good looking, great fit and good quality. I bought it from Motorcycle Superstore for a great price, thanks.

WSC (North Canton, OH)

Fit
Finish
Durability
Features
Cost Benefit

Good Jacket

I tried on several jackets and shopped online as well. This one suits my need for a warm/hot weather jacket. The armor is good and the mesh really lets the air through. Getting the liner in and out is a bit fiddly, but that is not a major issue and is likely the same with all such jackets (my leather jacket has a liner and it is also somewhat of a chore to get in and out. Quality of build and materials is first rate.

Back to Top