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Lock Straps Jacket / Helmet Lock

Now you don't have to carry around your heavy street bike jacket or leave your helmet on the seat. You can lock all of them together and then lock them to your bike with the Lock Straps Jacket & Helmet Lock!

Features:

  • 2 feet long with a 3mm stainless steel braided cable in the center of the strap
  • Carabiner is 6.5 inches tall and 3 inches wide
  • Great for carrying in your backpack to lock up your gear
  • Loop on the other end is large enough for the carabiner to fit/slide through
  • Set your own combination
  • Full length steel braided cable to prevent theft by the casual criminal
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Lock Straps Jacket / Helmet Lock 4.1 5 18 18
Don't waste your money. Mine wouldn't open when I received it. I had to use a vise to bend it open and file it down to get it to work. It is too short to be much use for anything. I would have returned it, but I thought I needed something for a imminent trip. Buy a cheap, thin cable lock instead. August 18, 2014
Perfect For My Needs Great product! It is exactly what I was looking for. It is long enough where I can lock both my helmet and jacket (and I am confident I can fit another jacket). It is small enough to fit under the passenger seat of my CBR250R along with both of my Xena disc locks. It is really easy to use and is pretty heavy duty for a smaller, simpler style security product. My only complaints would be (1) it only has three security dials (wish it had at least four), and (2) the carabiner has no rubber or protective cover feature so you have to be extremely careful to prevent scratching to your bike. The second reason is the main reason why I gave this a 4/5 rather than a 5/5. Having said that, I still highly recommend this. August 13, 2014
It's ok I keep it in my saddle bags and it does come in handy. Trouble is, it's bulky and fairly short. I find it impossible to get it through my crash bar and helmet and then locking it without my helmet tipping over. August 11, 2014
Peace of Mind Yes, that is what comes to mind. No longer having to carry the helmet into every venue I ride to. Just strap it in with this lock strap and never think about your helmet being stolen while you shop. Now don't get me wrong, if a thief really want's something he/she will find away to obtain it. A pair of scissors might have a real hard time cutting through this strap, but I am not sure that a large wire cutter won't. But then again, how many would be walking around with large wire cutters. July 21, 2014
A bit bulky and heavy but works for a helmet lock It works, but is a bit awkward to lug around. I haven't quite figured out a good place to store/pack it. July 21, 2014
peice of mind security for helmet/ jacket Works as advertised, heavy duty strap with an imbedded cable for extra protection July 7, 2014
Serve it's purpose, but not that practical. I have high expectation with this, since I've been looking around for a good jacket lock. To my disappointment it was somewhat short to go through both of the jacket sleeve, so you ended up have to put a bit of effort to lock it. Plus if you add helmet, it got really cramped. I have not yet found another jacket lock, so I'm still using one since I prefer to leave my biking gear with my bike whenever we parked. July 7, 2014
Long enough for the sleeve of my size 64 A*'s leather jacket (Euro sizing) Small enough to fit under the seat of my R1, perfect for keeping my helmet and leather jacket safe during runs. Looks like it could probably lock up two helmets and a jacket if you're creative and pass the jacket sleeve through the two helmets, haven't tried it though. June 30, 2014
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Lock Straps Jacket / Helmet Lock
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Richelle R: Needed something to keep my helmet locked to my bike. This works well. Like that I can lock my jacket up as well. It is a little cumbersome, but it does the job. Aug 24, 2014
Michael S: I needed peace of mind for when I make quick runs to the store on my bike. I am hoping this lock does it for me. Aug 5, 2014
Aaron L: I like to leave my my jacket and helmet with my bike when I stop riding and like them to be secure. Aug 4, 2014
Laura M: To lock jacket and helmets to our bikes Jul 24, 2014
Micheal M: Planned to use to secure gear to the bike. Jul 15, 2014
gary g: only one helmet lock on my gs. pain to get to as well. Jul 10, 2014
Brian V: versatility and price Jun 29, 2014
Stanley R: This item received good reviews and it looked to fill my security needs. Jun 22, 2014
Jason R: I need to secure my helmet and jacket when riding in the city. Jun 3, 2014
David F: Needed something to secure helmets that dont use D-ring chin straps. May 18, 2014
Rey A: Looking for a lock to secure jacket and helmet to bike. This item received positive reviews and it was affordable. May 9, 2014
Christopher F: Seems the most versatile of the locks...like that I can use for not only helmet and jacket but also luggage. Apr 27, 2014
Pamela K: To lock my nice helmet to my sportster 72 . It has a nice soft covering no clanking on the bike as you use it. I like it . It stows away small . Mar 31, 2014
A shopper asked: How exactly does this lock your jacket to the bike? I'm confused. Apr 8, 2014
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S S: This is an amazing lock that's kind of all purpose for your helmet, backpack or jacket. For my jacket, I pass the loop around the hanging loop on the inside of my collar and then loop the other end around the handlebars and lock it. Depending on how "scrunchy" or flexible your jacket is, you could also pass it through the sleeve and secure it to any bar on your bike. I highly reccomend it. Apr 8, 2014
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Thad S: I use it to lock both my jacket and helmet to the bike. I attached by bolting the loop of the lock to the saddlebag bracket on bike and placed the lock in saddlebag when not in use. When needed, I pull out, run the cable through the arm of jacket and then the ring of helmet. to secure both. Apr 9, 2014
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Ivan M: Hi.
you pass it through the sleeves of your jacket and lock it to your bike. The big carabiner helps you to secure a few things too. Works really fine. I hope they improve it a little bit and make it larger. I like it a lot.

PS. Don't forget your wallet in your jacket!!!!
Apr 13, 2014
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Richard C: Slip the strap through a sleeve and out the body of the jacket, then the end of the strap connects to the lock and, finally, the lock attaches to the bike frame, handlebars, or similar points. The lock is heavy duty and the strap medium duty. Works well. Apr 9, 2014
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Daniel N: Run the lock strap through the sleeves and pick a spot on the bike you want to lock your jacket to. I lock mines on the clip sons and I throw the jacket over the gas tank so it doesn't touch the ground Apr 9, 2014
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Michael M: I slip the strap thru a secure point in the bike, then run the stap thru a sleeve on my jacket. I got the idea from a video in YouTube. I am able to lock my helmet and jacket. I hope that helps. Apr 9, 2014
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Craig S: You would put the strap through the sleeve of your jacket and around the frame or grab bars of your bike. Apr 9, 2014
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Jonathan S: I use it for my helmet, but you could probably run it down an arm to lock a jacket. Apr 8, 2014
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andres O: Run the cable Through both sleeves then to bike Apr 10, 2014
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brian w: Thread it thru the sleeve. Apr 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: I received the lock straps lock from RevZilla today. When the carabiner is closed, I can't scramble the numbers to securely lock it. I can scramble the numbers when the caribiner is OPEN, but but then I can't close the caribiner. Maybe I received a defective lock? Can anyone let me know if I'm doing something incorrectly? Thanks- Jul 1, 2014
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Granville R: Your unique code has been done? Yes, it should spin allowing you sramble your code once in the locked position. Make sure it has completely locked against the upper portion of the "c". I hope this helps. Jul 7, 2014
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Ryan I: The wheels on mine, spin when the carabiner is open and closed. All I can think of is maybe that combo set pin in the end is moving or isn't positioned right. Jul 1, 2014
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KENT V: Are you sure the spring loaded section is popping back out to engage the other end of the carabiner? Should be able to spin the numbers either way. Jul 2, 2014
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Colin S: Sounds defective to me. Just make sure it's fully closed before you scramble the numbers. Jul 2, 2014
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Ankur P: Did you properly follow the included instruction on how to set the combination? Jul 2, 2014
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Ricardo P: Hello ! I Have the same problem Jul 2, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Lock Straps Jacket / Helmet Lock 898217 901 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days