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Roland Sands Design ‘Main Set’ Jackets

Roland Sands Design Jackets

The new "Main Set" jacket collection from Roland Sands Design combines tradition with functionality and style.

Think classic lines, with subtle features to make it uniquely RSD. With forward rotated, pre-curved sleeves, adjustable waistband and shoulder gussets for mobility, the Hesher is a rider’s jacket, with reinforced double-layer elbows and heavy duck fabric bringing a good dose of protection.

With a water repellent finish, the choice of heavy cotton canvas makes sense, says Sands.

Roland Sands says: "Everybody has a version of the black leather jacket, so we brought heavy duck canvas into the mix. It works as functional riding gear, or perfect as an everyday jacket."

Of course plenty of people will insist on leather, so RSD has those traditionalists covered, too.

Roland Sands says: "The leather we use for our jackets is all A-grade, with natural distressing to ensure the perfect ‘broken in’ feel."

Add to that armor-ready pockets, full adjustability and performance riding fit, the dirt track-styled "Mission" and the neo- classic "Rocker" have you covered.

Comprised of four styles and three colors in all, the Main Set is ready to rock in the New Year.

The HESHER
• Heavy duck canvas lets the Hesher rock
• Water repellent 14.75-ounce canvas construction
• Available in Black or Khaki, sizes M – 3XL
• MSRP $200

The LAZY BOY
• Café fit and function, heavy duck durability
• Water repellent 14.75-ounce canvas construction
• Available in Black or Khaki, sizes M – 3XL
• MSRP $260

The MISSION
• American dirt track-style and performance
• 1.2mm genuine cowhide construction
• Available in Black or Charcoal/Black, sizes M – 3XL
• MSRP $500

The ROCKER
• The name says it all. Ton-up style!
• Distressed 1.2mm cowhide exterior with satin liner
• Available in Black, sizes M – 3XL
• MSRP $500

The Main Set jackets are just a part of the 2012 Roland Sands Design collection. RSD offers a comprehensive collection of jackets in leather, heavy duck and waxed canvas; T-shirts; headwear; thermals and hoodies. the 2012 RSD apparel line has something for every enthusiast. "The RSD line is riding gear built with a parallel of fashion and function," says Sands.

Get an advanced look at the Main Set jacket collection at rolandsands.com. Remember, RSD gear is available through authorized RSD dealers and riding friendly stores only.

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. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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