Roland Sands Design Lazy Boy JacketRoland Sands Design’s new “Lazy Boy” jacket (video below) is as inviting as a well broken-in Barcalounger… and even more comfortable. The Lazy Boy blends Café Racer fit and function with the durability and comfort of a heavy cotton duck fabric.
An added benefit of the 14.75 oz. duck material is the fact that it is water-repellent, yet breathable – perfect for summer time riding.Roland Sands says: “We wanted a jacket that was simple and breathable to keep those summer rides cool. Yet it still had to provide a measure of protection and fit like a proper café-style jacket. The Lazy Boy was the result.” Another great feature, it is made in America.Function follows form and true to its roots, a café shorty-style snap collar, rotated pre-curved sleeves, zip-up cuffs and dropped back panel were all incorporated into the design brief. “With the chest pockets, shoulder pocket and an additional soft-lined electronics pocket inside, there is plenty of room to stash everything you need.” says Sands. A touch of color comes from the red satin liner, but the choice of black and khaki exteriors keeps it subtle.Roland Sands Design Lazy Boy Features:
Café fit and function, heavy duck durability
Zippered front closure
Side adjust zippers to cinch up the waist
Available in Black or Khaki, sizes SM – 3X
MADE IN THE USA
The Lazy Boy jackets are just a part of the complete 2012 Roland Sands Design collection. RSD offers a comprehensive array of jackets, gloves, 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.For additional information, and to view the entire RSD collection, long onto rolandsands.com. Remember, RSD gear is available through authorized RSD dealers and riding friendly stores only.
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