Travis (Allentown )
Pretty awesome jacket! I was a bit suspicious of how good it really worked being it's just a light under gear jacket but it really does stop the wind! I was thinking of buying a heavy leather jacket to help stay warm but they were all quite pricy the value on this is definitely worth it
Jim (Basehor )
Good price, good material, Motocentric stuff is always good. No problems
Michael (Broomfield )
Nice protective clothing that doesn't have the "motorcycle jacket" look. I am 5'9" 165 and the medium is perfect. Was warm enough while riding in 45 degrees. It was a bit expensive, but I use it like a jacket and don't wear it around enough to wash it after every wear. You can get away with wearing it at the store or out in town off the bike, but the protective inserts will make you look a little bit weird.
Albert (North Canaan )
Exactly what it said it was and quality was better than expected. Like the way the weather proof liner over laps outside zipper. Al
BG (Los Angeles )
For the price, I definitely got a great deal. Most jackets were double the cost. The fit/finish and durability met expectations, and the hoodie was a plus. Will definitely purchase my next jacket through Superstore.
Ted (Pasadena )
I generally like RSD apparel. This is the second I own. As a guy with a relatively smaller build (5'7", 145 lbs), finding size small jackets that actually fit correctly--as in, not loose around the torso and arms, and with sleeves that cover my half of my hand in the riding position--is challenging to say the least. With that in mind, the ENZO is a better fit than most, but not as tight around the arms as my RSD MISSION jacket; not that that's a bad thing if you're just wearing a ti-shirt, but the little-bit-more room in the arms the ENZO jacket has can accommodate long sleeve shirts, hoodies etc. I wouldn't say the ENZO is a perfect fit for me; I would have preferred it were a little narrower in the shoulders and trunk, but compared to other brands, it's still better for me. If you want a loose-fitting jacket, the BARFLY is better for you. I tried a size small in that and it fit like a whole size larger compared to the ENZO; way too big. Finish is typically good like other RSD leather jackets. The more "waxed" matte finish is different, but still cool. The thing I like most about the RSD jackets is their worn finish. New-looking leather jackets just aren't my thing. Before my RSD jackets, I used to drag and throw my new leather jackets across my driveway just to dirty them up a bit and make them feel a little more broken-in. I guess RSD has saved me that first step with their jackets. I only gave it four stars for features because I would have preferred at least one exterior chest pocket. It's nice to have the easy access thing to my phone or work ID badge when I roll up to the office security guard every morning. It's a minor flaw that I can tolerate. Overall though, it's a good jacket.