Joe Rocket Speedmaster Leather Jacket

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Joe Rocket Speedmaster Leather Jacket

The Speedmaster Leather is Joe Rocket’s tried and true sportbike jacket that has been refined and tweaked over the years to become everything you want and need on the motorcycle. Thick quality leather that has been cut in the classic tucked-in sport position not only gives excellent impact protection but also provides that solid feel when riding. In addition, nice touches like external titanium shoulder armor go along with generously sized CE armor in the elbows, shoulders and back. And with convenient storage pockets and adjustment straps on the waist, wrists and sleeves, the Speedmaster is as comfortable as it is protective.
  • 1.2 to 1.4mm drum-dyed top grain cowhide
  • Titanium reinforced shoulders
  • C.E. approved armor at the shoulders & elbows
  • Removable spine pad with pocket for optional C.E. spine protector
  • 6-point SureFit™ custom adjustment system (adjustable sleeves, wrists & waist)
  • Variable Flow™ ventilation system
  • Injection molded shoulder vents
  • Articulated back and elbow expansion panels
  • Removable insulated vest liner
  • Snap loops for attaching jacket to belt
  • 8'' zipper for pant attachment
  • Reflective stripes
  • Item # 62958
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Good jacket, small issues.

The speedmaster is a good, solid feeling jacket that inspires confidence. The adjustment is about 50% effective. There is no cover above the top of the sternum, it's very cold to ride without a neck warmer. Side pockets are very awkward to get to, there is no chance of undoing the pocket with gloves on. The jacket looks good, better than in the pictures. Armour is in the right places and stays put while riding. Biggest disappointment was the jacket being made in Vietnam.

Iain - March 26, 2014

(Ipswich, SFK)