Yes, motorcycle jackets will look best on someone who actually rides on a regular basis. With that said, the timeless and rugged style of Janes Motorcycles’ Driggs Waxed Canvas Riding Jacket will definitely look good whether you’re riding a cruiser, driving a convertible, or catching the train on the way to work.
While designed to look good on and off the bike, the jacket has a cut and construction that’s optimized for everyday riding, ensuring it’s both comfortable and protective, apart from being quite the flattering garment. As such, it should support mobility whenever you’re on the bike, all while having designated armor pockets to ensure you’re covered up during mishaps on the road.
The Janes Motorcycles Driggs Waxed Canvas Riding Jacket is made from 8.5-ounce waxed canvas that, the outfit claims, is light enough to wear when riding in the summer months, while lamb skin on the neck collar should ramp up the comfort during wear. Double-stitch nylon is employed on all seams to prevent ripping, with gussets around the back enabling excellent freedom of movement. Integrated pockets allow you to reinforce the jacket with d30 armor on the back, shoulders, and elbows, ensuring you’re properly protected every time you hit the road on two wheels.
Features include a 100 percent satin lining, two chest pockets with snap closures, dual hand pockets, an inside pocket for valuables, gusseted cuffs, and an adjustable waist strap. It comes in three colors: field tan, black, and woodland camo.
Available now, the Janes Motorcycles Driggs Waxed Canvas Riding Jacket is priced at $500.