For superior protection levels the Joe Rocket Sonic 2.0 Leather Jacket has been constructed with 1.2mm Drum dyed Cowhide, reflective piping, dual density armor in the shoulders & elbows and the back of the jacket has a removable spine pad with a pocket for an optional C.E. spine protector. For superior comfort the sides of the torso have Free-Air mesh panels that zip off for maximum air flow, a removable liner, an adjustable waist and an 8" pants attachment zipper for added convenience. So for a superior jacket that has all you need in protection & comfort check out the Joe Rocket Sonic 2.0 Leather for your next ride.
1.2mm Drum dyed Cowhide
Free-air™ mesh torso panel with zip on cover (not on perforated jacket)
Dual density body armor in elbows and shoulders
Removable spine pad with pocket for optional C.E. spine protector
Elastic sleeve adjusters. Removable insulated vest liner
Sure Fit™ adjustable waistband
8" rear zipper for pant attachment
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Just started riding and needed a good leather jacket - Beginner
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: no big logos, ability to wear through the summer
Overall I am very happy with this jacket.I was looking for a traditionally styled, subdued leather jacket, with some safety features and the ability to wear through the summer. This jacket fits those needs to perfectly. The jacket fits me well. I am 6'0 around 225, with a bit more middle than I should have. I bought it in XL and it fits great. Not restrictive for riding, enough adjust-ability at the waist to accommodate me. And the sleeves are the perfect length for me, I normally need to order things in a tall for sleeve length. this however is perfect in standard XL.When I zipped out the liner, there is plenty of airflow through the jacket when moving. it can get hot when sitting in traffic though, but I feel the safety factor is worth that.
Great jacket, but too heavy for summer - DJP MD
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: No big logos, warm, classic looks, good quality, removable panels increase ventilation on warmer days
Cons: Too heavy to wear on days warmer than 70
This was my first jacket and I'm very happy with it. The mechanics at my motorcycle shop ordered this jacket after seeing mine. The velcro and snaps make a snug custom fit possible, whether I am wearing a thick sweatshirt underneath or just a t-shirt. I am comfortable with just the jacket no liner in 50 degree weather but when it drops into the 40's I wear the liner. This is NOT a summer jacket though, at least not here in Maryland where the temperatures hit the 90's and the humidity is high. I find that this jacket is much too warm to wear when it is 70 degrees or warmer, even if I take out the removable panels. Sizewise I routinely wear an XL I'm 5'11 and 185 and in XL this jacket suits me well. The large was too snug for my taste but people my size who prefer tighter clothing might be happier with the large.