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Excellent value for price
This is my first personal motorcycle jacket and I spent a good couple of weeks agonizing over what kind to buy. I've been driving for about a month now and have a year's worth of experience riding pillion (and falling off as said pillion), so it's not as though I'm unfamiliar with motorcycle jackets; I've worn quite a few.
What I wanted: 1) Good price, 2) High performance in different kinds of weather, 3) Fully armored without having to buy separately, 4) Good visibility to other motorists, 5) I wanted to look good, okay? Everybody on a motorcycle wants to look good.
This is the best women's jacket that I found for all of these things. At just over $200 it is VERY reasonable, particularly since you get three layers of lining. It's not as breathable as a mesh jacket would be (...obviously), but if you have the vent zippers undone the airflow is decent. You WILL sweat if you're stuck at a long light, but, well, any jacket that isn't mesh will do that to you if it's hot. With the linings in it has performed well to temps as low as 40 F, but I haven't ridden with it in cooler temps. I would suspect you could probably get away with wearing it in 30 F weather with all layers and long johns underneath, but I do run warm.
The armor is generous and the coat feels like it's made out of sturdy material. I haven't had to test its mettle in an actual spill yet (knock on wood), but considering the last time I was thrown from a motorcycle I was wearing a faux-leather fashion jacket... this definitely is a dramatic step up from that.
I got the royal blue color, which is very handsome and eye-catching. It's also a bit unusual as compared to what most other riders wear. In terms of the style department, the fit can't be beat: first of all it's a feminine cut, since it cinches at the bottom of your ribcage and does create something similar to an hourglass shape. (It will also make your, uh, chest look enormous.) The bottom of the jacket has a slight flare to it; it doesn't cinch around the hips like most of the unisex jackets I've worn. You can control the amount of flare via zippers at the side. I actually prefer this as a lot of the jackets that cinch at the hips are WAY too uncomfortable for me as I've got junk in the trunk and hips; often this would resort in a waist-cinched design getting pushed uncomfortably far up my middle or digging into my hips. This cut is definitely designed with a woman's body in mind. However, if you're looking for something to ride while racing or dirt biking... you may want to pass on this. It's definitely meant more for cruising or commuting.
Despite the feminine cut, though, with the design I have to say I feel like a samurai while wearing it (take a look at how the shoulders and arms are designed; it looks like samurai armor) which is not a bad mojo to sport while on a Japanese bike. The only somewhat-negative about it is that you kind of can't get away with this doubling as streetwear; it's pretty obviously a motorcycle jacket, even though it's a nice-looking one. I've gone ahead and paired it up with the turquoise Scorpion Tiffany helmet and some blue gloves... let's just say my milkshake has brought the boys to the yard on more than one occasion as it's obvious I'm a female biker with this getup and people seem to like that.
In terms of size... I'm a size 16 US with a 40 C bra size and got the "Large Plus." Fits perfect. With the lining in, there's enough room for me to slide on a sweatshirt if I want. I especially recommend this coat to you if you're above a size women's 14 because it's a comfortable fit that makes you look like a female samurai AND will fit you. Basically, I don't have anything bad to say about this jacket and if your list of wants are close to mine, buy this one!
June 10, 2015
The Lena is a very attractive coat, and I love the multiple removal liners. Note the rain barrier is not styled to wear on its own. The blue is a beautiful deep royal blue, not purple or bright blue as some computer monitors might show. Definitely order larger than the size charts indicate. I have a 38" chest and 32" waist, so ordered a large per the size charts. I really needed an extra large. Also, if you want to remover the rain and insulated liners, the zippers are not very friendly. It took quite a bit of effort to re-install the liners once they had been removed from the coat.
May 21, 2015
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