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AGV Sport Willow Leather Jacket
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AGV Sport Willow Leather Jacket


  • 1.2mm (body) to 1.4mm (impact areas) premium leather construction for optimum protection, durability and comfort
  • Removable and washable quilted vest liner with a pocket zips in over a permanent mesh lining
  • CE approved shoulder and elbow protectors
  • 10mm thick memory foam back protector
  • Extra padding is also provided via padded panels on the chest and upper-rear shoulder areas
  • Zip open air vents are positioned on the upper arms and lower back
  • Perforated armpit area
  • Moisture wicking neoprene in the collar and a portion of each cuff for maximum rider comfort
  • Pre curved arms for a perfect look, fit and for maximum riding comfort
  • Multiple stitched main seam construction for maximum tear resistance
  • World famous YKK zippers
  • Extra long zipper pulls are used on all zippers
  • Two front hand warmer pockets
  • Two inner pockets; one with zipper closure
  • Pleated leather panels are used in back of the shoulders and in the elbows for the finest non-binding fit possible
  • Waist connection zipper for pant attachment
  • Reflective piping is used on the front and rear of the jacket for safety
  • Two position waist snaps plus zip open expansion panel
  • Accepts Forcefield Back Protector Insert Size 001 (sold separately)

Note:  Grey stripe is much darker than appears in product photos and is reflective.

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AGV Sport Willow Leather Jacket 4.5 5 21 21
nice looking jacket Well constructed jacket. 1.4mm leather should offer good protection. Overall the jacket is comfortable except the armour in the elbows which rub when my arms are bent. Needs some kind of padding on inside of armour imop. March 22, 2015
Good Jacket Overall Pros: Sturdy leather & zippers. Warm. Looks good. Cons: Armor insert pockets have velcro secured opening. This can occasionally break free and scratch your wrist. Other: There is no stripe across the front like the picture shows. Just the dark gray bead of trim. Little long in the sleeves (good with small gloves), little short in the torso. I ordered mine slightly larger, it fits well. January 26, 2015
AGV Sport Willow Leather Jacket This is the best 45 to 80 degree jacket I own. Very comfortable, zips to my riding pants, plenty of pockets and vents. I like that it is thick leather, it wears well when your off the bike walking around. I am always between a XL and XXL, I purchased this jacket in XXL and it fits perfect (6ft 255 lbs). December 8, 2014
Great protection with a great look Bought this as my first leather jacket and so far so good. Has kept me warm on cold nights, cool on hot days and feeling much more protected than my usual sweatshirt would. Highly recommend this for anyone who wants leather but doesn't want to drop Dainese money October 21, 2014
An excellent jacket with a great look The jacket is worth every penny. It looks great and fits well. I can also say an unexpected deer crossing event allowed me to stress test both the leather and elbow armor quality...both passed and are not much worse for the wear. September 22, 2014
Great product Excellent product for the price. I purchased one size larger than the fitment guide so it fits well. August 9, 2014
Great jacket, especially for the cost. This jacket fits true to size, and has broken in well. It offers good protection, and looks great (though note, mine doesn't have the gray portions pictured here). With combinations of the liner in and out and vents open and closed, I've been comfortable between 50-80 degrees. Its inner pockets are useful, and the zippers function well. The armor is unobtrusive and I've felt no need to ever remove it, and the back protector pocket seems large enough for most slip-in options. My only complaints are: 1) for me air gets in through the collar at speed...only a problem when it's cold; 2) the zipper pulls on the pockets and vents are thin leather that are weakened by the rivet that holds them on...going to replace them with some cord; 3) the stitching had a couple loose threads here and there...just burn the loose ends and nothing will unravel. Overall, I'm very impressed, and would recommend the jacket without reservations. It gets lots of compliments and people almost always think I paid more than I did. February 4, 2014
Leather can be cheap AND good I wanted to upgrade to a fall jacket from my summer textile jacket, which became too cold to wear below 65 degrees F. I bought this one because it was affordable, looked sweet and nothing offers better protection than leather. I recommend this jacket because it has proven versatile and comfortable. It blocks out wind extremely well and I've ridden it in below 40 weather and was ok with a few base layers. The vents are set up nicely but I have a feeling in the summer this will be too warm of a jacket. Oh and it looks great and much more expensive than it actually is. The leather took a while to break in and it was stiff for a few weeks. Now fits like a glove and is very comfortable. The protection seems solid enough in the shoulder and elbows, however I highly recommend swapping out the back protector (thin foam pad) for something more solid. It fits fairly short so if you're a medium-small build, it's just about right. I'm 5'10" and about 170 lbs and bought a size 40, which fits me very well, maybe a tiny bit small. With a few layers (base layer, t-shirt + sweatshirt) I started to feel stuffed into my jacket, but was still comfortable. One gripe that I have is that the forearm zippers, which allow airflow, have some kind of plastic stitching on the inside that starts to rub and poke the forearms if I'm just in a T-shirt. If I'm in a long-sleeve, it's not noticeable. Either way, it's something I got used to. Can't beat the bang for the buck on this one. December 16, 2013
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AGV Sport Willow Leather Jacket
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Antonio V: Price, features, and styling. Dec 9, 2014
Michael C: Great video review and great features. AGV Sport was recommended to my by a Gear Geek for it's smaller sizing, style, and affordability. Apparently AGV Sport is a child company of Dianese, so I am more than happy with this product. I've had my eye on this product for weeks and when Black Friday sales came around and marked it down 15% for me, my mind was made for myself, haha. Nov 30, 2014
Mark H: It was a good deal for a leather jacket, good entry level jacket as well Oct 7, 2014
Blair G: Was looking for a leather jacket at the right price and this seemed to fit the bill, with the various air venting but also the removable liner vest. Looking forward to receiving the jacket and wearing it in. Sep 9, 2014
Kevin F: Held up amazingly when a minivan slammed into me on the freeway and I slid for a while.. Jun 30, 2014
ian w: jacket had solid reviews. it also stuck out as a good jacket for a starter like I am. something somewhat stylish but really functional. Jun 3, 2014
Rob B: I wanted a non-perforated leather jacket for cooler weather. It's a great looking jacket and at a good price. May 28, 2014
James M: good price for item Jan 25, 2014
Thomas G: Needed some gear in case of a fall. Funny enough i fell at 40+mph and needless to say the jacket saved my skin. For the sweatpants i was wearing cant say the same. Dec 1, 2013
Steven P: Good combination of price, protection, and good looks. Nov 14, 2013
GREGORIO L: price & available size Oct 20, 2013
A shopper asked: I have the Willow leather pants, and am looking at getting the jacket to make a two-piece for a novice track day rider. Does the Willow Jacket have a 360 degree zipper? Sep 29, 2011
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C5chris: No, it only has the short zipper. It's not going to be a track legal 2 piece suit Jan 29, 2012
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Ansel B: would you be able to add a 360 zipper to the jacket to make it track legal? Jun 1, 2014
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Wiskeyjac: No, the zipper is about 8 inches long on the back. Aug 20, 2012
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Leeg: The jacket dos not. It only attaches at the back Mar 3, 2013
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RyanMotonation: Yes! The Willow jacket has a zipper in the lower back that will attach to pants. Oct 14, 2011
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A shopper asked: I'm wondering what back protector I can use with this jacket as I would prefer the additional protection. Nov 25, 2011
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Chris K: There isn't a back protector made specifically for this jacket, however, you would be able to get something like the Sas-Tec back protector and cut it to fit. I've linked the product for you below: Dec 6, 2011
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C5chris: It fits the Knoxx CE perfectly. The other one, you need to cut to fi. Jan 29, 2012
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A shopper asked: I'm looking for a jacket that I can wear on a cruiser that is full leather and has CE rated armor. Is this jacket too tight/aggressive to be comfortable riding upright? Feb 23, 2015
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Geoffrey F: This jacket is comfortable to wear when sitting upright. I ride a standard sport-touring motorcycle (GSX1250FA) and this jacket is just fine to ride long distances with comfortably. Honestly, a really nice jacket for the money. The only thing is that you will need to buy a CE-rated back insert. It comes with a foam insert that will no provide any significant protection. Feb 23, 2015
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Carl C: I find the jacket fits comfortably. The arms are cut with a little extra elbow room to allow you to bend over a sport bike. I also think the Jacket is comfortable when I am not on my bike. I ride a sport bike and a cruiser. Feb 23, 2015
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Rob c: Yes, I ride a sportsbike and this leather jacket is pretty comfortable on a sportsbike. I would buy it a size bigger, and I will say it's a little on the heavier side. But overall for the price you can't beat it. Feb 24, 2015
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Fidel C: To be comfortable in this Jacket try one size above your regular size, I'm Medium and a Large its Great, Medium was too tight and has little room to wear something underneath, But yes, its a little stiff. Feb 24, 2015
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T I: i had it for a year. great jacket with stiff elbows when you put it on but you don't notice when wearing. i get lots of attention it is a good looking jacket. i got the pants too and like them even more. Feb 23, 2015
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Jay E: This jacket is more of a relaxed fit and not aggressively cut so you should be fine Mar 8, 2015
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Shayan M asked: How does the weather hold up in heat? Too hot? What's the highest temperature you have worn this in and still felt comfortable? Mar 28, 2014
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Martin S: I have worn it up to 38 C (100 F) but it certainly is not comfortable! I would estimate up to 30.C (86 F) is good while moving with all the vents open. Gets a bit hot at low speed though.
I have not been through a winter yet but I think it should be great. Our daytime temps range from about 12 C ( 54 F) in winter up to about 40 C in summer.
Mar 29, 2014
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Kevin L: I ride in Michigan and wear protective gear all the time, even in summer. I have worn this jacket in the upper 80s/low 90s and it definitely gets hot at stop lights, etc, but with the vents open it's ok on open road/highway. I understand that it's going to be warm, though, and have a mesh for really hot days. Mar 28, 2014
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Charlie R: I have worn this jacket in as hot as 80 degrees with substantial humidity (northern Virginia/ Washington DC area). The vents work really well. But sitting in traffic with it can get less comfortable. I do sweat if I get caught out. I wear the jacket year round though with minimal discomfort. Mar 28, 2014
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Brent B: I've worn this jacket for short periods of time in 90 degree heat. I won't say I didn't sweat but it was bearable as long as you were moving. Keep in mind I am in Salt Lake City which has almost no humidity. 90 degree heat in Mississippi would be pretty intolerable I would imagine. Mar 28, 2014
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Rob c: Haven't rode in the Georgia heat yet. Did wear the jacket in about 55 degree and it had nice air flow. Then when I zipped evevrything closed it kept me warm. Mar 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi, the size selection goes from 40 to 56, are those US size or European size? If they are US size, why you don't have 38? Thanks May 20, 2012
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RevZilla: The AGV Sport Willow Leather Jacket is listed in US sizes. Currently AGV Sport does not offer this jacket in size 38 US. May 21, 2012
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S P: As a small-framed guy, you're probably going to want at least a 40 any way as this jacket fits on the small side, especially if you ever plan on wearing a hoodie or fleece or something underneath for warmth. Dec 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: From the side of the neck going down over the shoulder or from the inside of the armpit down to the wrist? Aug 1, 2011
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downrangeFuture: Sleeves are normally measured from the end of the shoulder (where your arm starts to bend down) on the outside, to the wrist, or where you want it to stop.

However, unless you have really short or long arms, if you get the size jacket for your chest measurement you should be fine. That's measured from under the armpit for guys and at the widest point for women.

Or you could have looked at the size chart...
Aug 3, 2011
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Chris K: These measurements are taken from the top of the shoulder where a dress-shirt seam would be to the wrist. Some other manufacturers will start at the center of the back of the neck as you mentioned. Aug 3, 2011
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