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There aren’t too many jackets out there that will look at home on both cruisers and sportbikes, but the Speed Shop leather jacket from Speed and Strength available at www.ridersdiscount.com is one of them. A combination of vintage looks, a premium, distressed cowhide construction, and a down to earth price tag make the Speed Shop jacket a winner.

As previously mentioned, the Speed and Strength Speed Shop jacket is constructed out of premium cowhide leather that has a nicely distressed finish. The 1.0-1.1mm thickness of the leather may not match that of a race suit, but it does make it much more supple and flexible while still providing plenty of abrasion resistance. Additional protection is provided by CE certified Vault armor in the back, shoulders and elbows.

The cut of the Speed Shop is fairly relaxed, which helps keep things comfortable in a variety of riding positions. Metal buckle/leather strap adjusters at the waist give you a way to adjust the fit and add add to the vintage style. An effective perforation scheme provides plenty of airflow to keep you from overheating on warm days. These perforations are found along both collar bones, the majority of each arm, and down the center of the back. An insulated liner is included with the jacket so that wearing it in varying temperatures is not a chore.

If you are interested in the Speed and Strength Speed Shop leather jacket, you can get more information by contacting Brad through this forum or by calling 866.931.6644 ext. 810. Is email more convenient? Feel free to send those to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM and you can look forward to a quick response.

The Speed Shop jacket features a distressed leather that feels like it has already been broken in.

Stylish buckles just above the waist on each side add a nice visual element and make it easy to adjust the jacket to your size.

A quilted liner provides insulation when you need it and can be removed when you don’t.

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