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LUIS G: The best jacket i ever seen for bikesJan 5, 2015
Richard F: Son wanted it for ChristmasDec 10, 2014
Robert J. K: I loved the look in red and wanted something that was different and I hadn't seen anything like this on the road.. also, I was a bit disappointed with my leather jacket from Fox Creek (the sleeves were not the same length and it faded big time)Nov 16, 2014
MARTY A T: Love the look, style and it holds armor.Oct 21, 2014
A shopper asked:i keep forgetting his name but when he reviewed it he said he doesnt recommend getting it wet.... why? i think anthony said it was dyed in a way where the leather wasnt really painted it was more like "stained" all the way through so if so... why the recommendation i live in south florida so the weather is as bipolar as a pregnant girl pms-ing one second its 150 degrees bright sun next thing you know we have a hurricane coming through.... btw the only reason i even come on this website is because of the raw reviews and the professionalism and quality in the videos... puts other websites to shame.Feb 18, 2014
Joseph w asked:So I have the jacket in Oxblood and love it. How is it recommended to clean the jacket without messing up the leather/color? The last ride produced some bugs that are stuck pretty well on the leather and I dont want to destroy it.Oct 28, 2014
Joseph w:RSD Responded: "Yes, the Oxblood or any red color tends to be a bit unstable. We would recommend gently trying to clean the bugs off with a leather conditioner. We use Lexol here at the shop."
I asked what protector they would recommend using and have not had a reply. I hope this helps others with the Oxblood. Epic jacketNov 15, 2014
I've tried using Moneysworth Best Leather lotion with no luck. The oxblood color started bleeding into the rag I was using almost immediately. I've been meaning to contact RSD about this but haven't made it a priority yet. Please post if you find out anything.
matt c:I have the black one I just use a wet rag to clean mine still looks good as new. I also use obenaufs leather oil on it once a year. It waterproofs, protects, and preserves. I use it on all my leather and the colors stay strong in all them and it makes them even easier to clean and more flexible also. Nov 11, 2014
JungSoon C asked:Hello. I am thinking about buying the Clash jacket but I am confused about the size. I don't know if I should get the SM size or the MD size. I like a tight fit. I am 5.8ft and I weigh 155lbs, on the thin side. Could you please give me some advice?Feb 17, 2015
Robert S:I think I would go with the medium, I am 6 feet tall and weigh 175. The large is a comfortably snug fit. It really depends on your body type, and you may just have to order both sizes and plan on sending one back. I love the jacket, it is well designed, uses great quality materials and is different from most motorcycle jackets. My only complaint is that the velcro on my gloves made the sleeve lining pile a bit.Feb 17, 2015
CLEMENTE E:The measurements are the same as mine, I bought an MD and it´s fit me perfectly and is comfortable to use when I ride my ducati but it is not a tight fit, also I use it with the Roland Sands CE Armor kit to wear it in the pockets inside the jacket and I think it will be no room for that in a smaller size, if your are going to use it with NO armor maybe you can get a tight fit in a SM....Feb 17, 2015
jerrod r:I would recommend a large. I am 5'10" and weigh 185. I tried the medium and it was pretty tight, which looked great but there is no way I was getting armor into it. The medium I also found to be short and if you're over 6' it would probably be pretty short. I went with the large and am glad.Aug 17, 2014
I love this jacket, but don't have any armor in it currently. Love the look and how it fits w/o it. BUT I do have the Roland Sands "Rocker" jacket as well (last years version of the Clash) and it has Forcefield armor in it. I really like how light weight and flexible Forcefield is.
Robert S:I am 6 feet tall and weigh 175, so we are pretty close to the same size. I bought a large and it fits well. It is big enough to fit my electric vest (a thin one, not puffy insulated) under the jacket. The sleeves are cut long and work perfectly when riding, but are a bit long when just wearing the jacket. If i zip the wrist zippers while just wearing the jacket it is fine though. If you plan to only wear the jacket with a t shirt and you like a snugger fit you might want the medium, otherwise I would go with the large. By the way, I LOVE this jacket. One of my favorites in 40 years of riding.May 4, 2015
jerrod r:I'm 5'10" and weigh 190. I tried both the large and medium and went with the medium. I like a snug fit and should have gone with the medium. I think you'll be swimming in the large. May 4, 2015
My wife tried on the jacket and it fits fairly well. She is slim athletic size 4 - sleeves are a little long. A concern may be bust size since it zips across the chest and is layered across that area.
Jun 23, 2014
Ganenthra R:While I do not know what hand finish means ,I can tell you that the Jacket is made in India. India has some of the best garment factories in the world. Rest assured that quality is not compromised in this jacket. By far it is the best jacket in the market right now.May 26, 2015
A shopper asked:Much like the guy asking about waterproofing really. I also have a textile jacket for the rain but what about if this one gets wet? Is it already waterproofed? Can it be treated? Any responses greatly received!Aug 22, 2014
Robert S:I haven't gotten caught in the rain yet with this jacket, but have been riding and wearing leather for 40 years. Here is my 2 cents: after a leather jacket is broken in I think it is fine to use a good quality leather treatment to maintain the natural oils in the leather. Trying to make a leather jacket waterproof is kind of self defeating, to make leather waterproof one must block the pores of the leather and then the leather cannot "breathe" which is one of the reasons leather is such a good jacket material for motorcyclists. Having said that, most high quality leather can tolerate getting soaked from time to time and can be revived by letting the leather air dry and then retreated with a proper oil. The Clash jacket has a waxy finish so I suspect it will be more "waterproof" than most leather, but it ain't a rainsuit. It should be fine if you get caught in a shower or light rain, but if the rain lasts awhile, I hope you have your rainsuit handy. FWIW, I love my Clash jacket!Aug 23, 2014