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Joe Rocket: Radar & Atomic Leather Jackets

Motorcycle Jackets

Joe Rocket, a popular motorcycle apparel company built on a foundation of road racing, has earned a devoted following among street riders by manufacturing stylish, functional protective gear at competitive prices.

The brand has become a kind of badge for many riders in the urban sport motorcycle crowd, offering a wide range of gear for both genders. Two of the latest jackets are previewed below:

RADAR | Motorcycle Leather Jacket (His)

The Radar boasts a quality fit with a wide temperature range of comfort thanks to the fusion of its 1.2mm drum dyed leather and trademarked Free Air poly/mesh shell.

These two materials work in concert with the hybrid liner, which is made from a breathable yet windproof material, assuring maximum riding comfort despite what the temperature is doing.

Armor reinforced shoulders and elbows with a removable spine protector and aerodynamic speed hump are married to stylish design.

The Radar is equipped with air scoops in the shoulders for venting and a 6-point adjustment system for tailoring the fit to the rider.

Available in Black/Black, Red/Black, Blue/Black, and White/Gunmetal in sizes 40 through 56). MSRP: $299.99

ATOMIC 4.0 | Motorcycle Leather Jacket (Hers)

Joe Rocket has always put emphasis on the growing women’s market for protective riding gear, understanding the demands for fit and comfort by fairer sex.

The Atomic 4.0 offers a wide range of fit options with Joe Rocket’s exclusive, trademarked SureFit adjustment system.

The multi-point system allows tailoring to specific body shape, providing a perfect fit and promising unmatched comfort.

Designed and constructed with Joe Rocket’s Variable Flow ventilation system makes the Atomic 4.0 fully breathable. The Atomic is also waterproof.

Available colors Black/Black, Silver/White, Black/Purple and Black/Punk and in sizes X Small through 2-Diva. MSRP: $149.99 (1 & 2 Diva $164.99)

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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