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Roland Sands Design Tracker Jacket

Experience the historically proven comfort, durability and function of authentic waxed cotton. A true, multi-purpose riding jacket.

The RSD Limited Set utilizes classic materials such as US manufactured waxed cotton and functional wool to create a limited edition collection of riding jackets and accessories. Much like every custom RSD bike, the merging of heritage and modern components creates the perfect combination of style and function.

Features:

  • US made Martexin waxed “Shelter Tent” cotton main body fabric (11.14 oz after finishing)
  • Comfort riding fit, with rotated, pre-curved sleeves, dropped back length, and relaxed collar opening
  • Sleeve zip pocket
  • Zip close cuffs
  • Satin poly lining with custom RSD repeat “numbers” heat emboss
  • Black jacket has red interior liner; Ranger jacket has tan interior liner
  • Soft lined electronics secure pocket
  • Stretch mesh cargo stuff pockets
  • Zip close interior chest pocket
  • Armor ready shoulder, elbow, and back protector pockets

Notes: To clean, RSD recommends wiping down with a clean, damp cloth and letting air dry. Do not wash, tumble dry, dry clean, iron or use soaps of any kind. Just re-wax and go! Wax is no longer included with the jacket.

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better than expected I ride in so florida and am very happy with the lightweight of this jacket. can use it in the middle of the summer day, but also layer a little underneath and get the warmth needed for cool damp nights across the everglades. April 14, 2014
This Jacket ROCKS!! This jacket is a perfect combination of a snug comfort, top shelf quality and an absolute KILLER style that doesn't scream "LOOK AT ME, I RIDE A MOTORCYCLE"... You can't beat this Roland Sands subtle classic look with the versatility to add CE approved padding. Well worth the money for all the above reasons. March 24, 2014
Excellent styling This is a good jacket to wear on and off the bike. One thing I'd like to note is the sizing. In comparison to the Roland Sands Ronin Leather Jacket, it is relatively similar. The only difference is the sleeves' diameter. The Tracker sleeve is a bit more snug compared to the Ronin. I find myself wearing this jacket off the bike a lot. I'm looking forward to what Roland Sands has to offer in the future! Side note: If you live in SoCal, drop by their headquarters in Los Alamitos. They have some cool bikes on display. March 19, 2014
spanish tracker jacket review Esto muy contento con la compra de la tracker de roland sands me queda perfecta aunque si recomiendo pedir una talla mas normalmente soy mediano la pedi large y di justo en el blanco es una chamarra con mucho estilo, retro la calidad en todos los detalles de primera es una chamarra para toda la vida el look es genial logre el objetivo que era no parecer robocob y poder bajar de la moto a cualquier lado y verse casual es la primera vez que pido de revzilla y puedo decirles que su servicio es excelente una felicitacion a todo su equipo ha sido mi mejor experiencia en compras por internet February 6, 2014
great style slim fit i love this jacket, the style is great and it fits close to the body. not a lot of protection or airflow, but it's a great commuter jacket and it's extremely durable and should last a long time October 28, 2013
Great jacket, a little pricey I picked up the RSD Ronin jacket a while back, and love it. However, with multiple bikes in different styles, I felt like I needed something else. The Tracker jacket really stuck out to me; it evokes the history of motorcycles, but still has modern features. The jacket fits like others in the RSD lineup, which is a little on the small side. I'm 6'1", 180 lbs and normally wear medium shirts; the large is snug in a good way. It's well made, comfortable, and looks great on or off the bike. In fact, I haven't been able to ride recently, so I've been wearing it around tome without armor. I gave it a 3 on protection, because like the rest of RSD's line, it doesn't come with armor. You can purchase armor made for it from Revzilla though, which I highly recommend. It's by no means meant for racing, but it'll help in a slow street crash. If it concerns you, you might want to order a size up and fit some D30 armor or something. It's largely a style thing, with actual protection being secondary, so if protection is your priority, you might want to look elsewhere. For riding around town though, it's good enough for me. All in all, this is a great jacket. It looks and feels great, and it works for a motorcycle too. October 21, 2013
Very stylish - runs small! Very attractive and well made jacket. First quality all around, IMO. I was shocked by the sizing and that more people had not mentioned that it ran on the small side. I wear a medium in most all jackets, tees and dress shirts. A 40 suitcoat is my size. I couldn't even get the zipper to meet on a medium. Returned for a large. Just be careful, I think they run small, especially if you are putting armor in there. Which, by the way, seemed excellent and fit nicely. September 16, 2013
Great Textile Type Jacket as an alternative to leather Loving the jacket. The arm length could be 1/2" longer for me, but overall it fits well. I normally wear a medium in a tighter jacket like this, but this one fit the medium was tiny on me so I opted for large and it fits well other than the issue with the arm length. The zippers are strong and everything is really comfortable. My only wish is that they'd make the main side pockets zipperless so that they didn't scruff your hands when you're just a stoplight. September 9, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Joshua S: i bought it cuz it looks dope brah Mar 26, 2014
M A: Style and features / safety options. Feb 15, 2014
jamil m: looks good Oct 22, 2013
A shopper asked: What's a reasonable temperature range for this jacket. Is it possible to layer a sweater under it to get a few more degrees out of it? Will it be OK when it's 90 degrees in New York? Thanks. Mar 12, 2014
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Hugo H: I have d3O armour in mine and can only really fit a single layer underneath, particularly around the elbows. If I took out the the armour I could maybe fit two layers, but to be honest here in Sydney one technical thermal layer is usually plenty even in the depths of winter. Although I do wear a scarf as well.

Summer is too hot for this jacket. As others have said it does not breathe. At all. But in winter, and evenings in autumn and spring, I love it. As an on/off bike jacket it's fantastic. The armour is basically invisible and its great unzipped as a smart casual jacket for the movies or dinner. And it looks especially good with a scarf.
Mar 19, 2014
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Thomas R: The jacket is fairly tight fitting. I have a 37" chest and wear a medium and there isn't a lot of extra room. i wouldn't think a heavy sweater would be possible. It's really a warmish spring/fall jacket. Not much ventilation for summer wear. In 90 deg in CT I'm usually wearing a mesh jacket. The armor makes it even tighter fit and not much freedom of movement. I basically use it as a rain jacket. it is a great looking piece. Mar 13, 2014
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Brad K: I have worn it with a fleece underneath down to 40F with no problem at all. It's good at stopping the wind. On the other hand, at 90F, it can get a bit hot. It's not as ventilated as some other jackets out there. With that said, it's by far my favorite riding jacket. Too bad you have to spend extra $$ for the armor. Mar 13, 2014
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John D: I really love this jacket, but unfortunately it does not breath well. Great for spring and fall but I found it a bit too much for mid summer riding. I've layered the jacket with a hoodie and it was fine for night rides but was a bit cold in the fall. Mar 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: A few reviews are saying that the jacket comes with SAS-TEC armour. But the video said it doesn't come with any armour. Which is true? Aug 22, 2012
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Rocco: My Roland Sands Tracker jacket came with removable shoulder and elbow armour that resembles the SAS-TEC stuff but I can't say for sure. It does NOT come with back armour so I bought the SAS-TEC back protector separately and cut it to fit. Nov 5, 2012
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ROBERT S: When I bought the jacket, it didn't come with armor. The RSD stuff armor (sold separately) that I bought is not SAS-TEC; it's multi-layer Forcefield, which is (I think) more protective but (I'm pretty sure) heavier. Feb 12, 2014
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Rourne: The jacket doesn't come with armor, but you can purchase the Forcefield/RSD back and elbow inserts from RevZilla that pair with the jacket. Mar 25, 2013
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RevZilla: The Roland Sands Tracker Jacket does not come with SAS-TEC armor, however the initial run did. Aug 23, 2012
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Michael H asked: I have a Ronin leather jacket from RSD. I typically wear a LARGE but I ended up wanting an XL in the Ronin. Does this run a little small as well.

Also I'm not a huge fan of the RSD armor. What D3 armor would fit best? Or is there another you would recommend?

Thanks!
Feb 12, 2014
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ROBERT S: I'm tall and slim but with a reasonably athletic build (6'0", 170 lbs, 40" chest, 31" waist), and the Medium fits me like a glove. If I were any bigger in the chest/shoulders/arms, it would probably be uncomfortably tight.

As for the RSD armor, it's really good Forcefield stuff, and very reasonably priced. That being said, it's a little thick and heavy. I wanted to save a little weight, so I swapped my RSD armor out for Icon D3O Elbow(http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/icon-d3o-elbow-pads)/ Shoulder (http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/icon-d3o-shoulder-pads) /Back (http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/icon-d3o-back-protector-insert) Pads. The consensus on the online stuff I've read seems to be that the D3O isn't quite as protective as the RSD/Forcefield armor, but it is lighter, and it fit just fine in the pockets of the Tracker jacket.

Finally, although the Tracker is probably the coolest looking jacket I own, it's a little impractical. It has *no* venting whatsoever, so even though it's just waxed cotton, on a warm Southern California day, it's really warm. However, when the air turns a bit chilly (50s at night, for example), I really can't wear just it and a t-shirt, or the wind seems to come whipping through all of the seams. I still love it, and put up with the temperature because it looks so cool, but I do sacrifice some comfort for that.
Feb 12, 2014
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Sean A: I've got the tracker and the ronin in a small, and the ronin is slightly bigger in the torso but a fair amount wider and longer in the arms. The tracker is definitely my favorite jacket. Not sure about fitting it with different armor though. Feb 14, 2014
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Douglas M S: I have both the Ronin and Tracker jackets, and wear a large in each. I'd go with the XL if that's what you wear in the Ronin. Feb 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hello, Iam ordering the tracker jacket but I am not sure about the size normaly I use medium 40 but they say is better go large with this one I am ordering with the armour what do you thing? second theres a lot of complains about zipper did the fix that promblem this jacket is using better zippers? tanks.. Jan 28, 2014
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ROBERT S: This is the answer I gave to a similar question:

I'm tall and slim but with a reasonably athletic build (6'0", 170 lbs, 40" chest, 31" waist), and the Medium fits me like a glove. If I were any bigger in the chest/shoulders/arms, it would probably be uncomfortably tight.

As for the RSD armor, it's really good Forcefield stuff, and very reasonably priced. That being said, it's a little thick and heavy. I wanted to save a little weight, so I swapped my RSD armor out for Icon D3O Elbow(http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/icon-d3o-elbow-pads)/ Shoulder (http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/icon-d3o-shoulder-pads) /Back (http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/icon-d3o-back-protector-insert) Pads. The consensus on the online stuff I've read seems to be that the D3O isn't quite as protective as the RSD/Forcefield armor, but it is lighter, and it fit just fine in the pockets of the Tracker jacket.

Finally, although the Tracker is probably the coolest looking jacket I own, it's a little impractical. It has *no* venting whatsoever, so even though it's just waxed cotton, on a warm Southern California day, it's really warm. However, when the air turns a bit chilly (50s at night, for example), I really can't wear just it and a t-shirt, or the wind seems to come whipping through all of the seams. I still love it, and put up with the temperature because it looks so cool, but I do sacrifice some comfort for that.
Feb 12, 2014
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jonathan h: I am 6'1", 185. Slim build. 39" chest. I am normally a medium. I ordered a large and the fit is great, fits like a tailored fit. I installed CE armor though not Roland sands armor and the fit is great. A medium would be way too snug. This jacket is a slimfit, so if you have a gut you might want to try something else. It's hard to tell the armor is even installed. I have no complaints on the zippers, they work just fine. Jan 29, 2014
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Alexander T: the zipper is horrible on this jacket. In fact, my zipper just broke just over a year after I bought it (the warranty expires after a year). This jacket is definitely too expensive relative to the quality of the jacket, and I wouldn't recommend it if you were planning on wearing it frequently or had any budgetary constraints. Feb 5, 2014
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jeremy l asked: what is the wax recommended for this jacket? Nov 18, 2013
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Chris B: Martexin makes a wax for the jacket. if you look it up on Web you will find it. Search specifically for Martexin.
I have had my Jacket for a full riding season and have not needed to re-wax. I wear it on almost all rides and love it. I've been caught in rain twice and jacket works pretty well.
Nov 19, 2013
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Anthony S: It comes with a tin that the instructions recommend using, but I'm sure a shoe wax or beeswax would work as well. Nov 18, 2013
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Chris W: Use Martexin? Wax.
originalwax dot com is where to get it.
Nov 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: Im trying to decide on what size would be best. I typically would order and wear a medium (5'10", 175 lbs, 40.5" chest, athletic) and I prefer a fitted look over a roomy look. From some reviews I've read the recommendation it so go a size larger. Any advice owners could share? I would be fitting the armor to the jacket as well and being in Canada I would probably want the option of wearing a sweater under the jacket during early and late season riding. Feb 21, 2014
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Chris B: I'm only 5'7" , I wear a 40 jacket and I bought the medium. I have the armor in and it fits snug. If you will be wearing a sweater then I would go with the large for sure., even without sweater but with Armor I will still go large. Feb 22, 2014
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Bernard G: If you want to wear a sweater and armor under the jacket, a size larger would be advisable since its a tight fitting jacket, and you'll be wearing it more often in cold weather. Feb 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: I usually have to buy European brand clothing because the American "box-cut" looks like I'm wearing a dress. This jacket looks amazing and is my style, i just want to make sure it will fit nicely. Sep 7, 2012
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sawyermedic: The chest area is comfortable, my bust is 34b and there is still plenty of room; however, my arms feel a little bit tight in the shoulder area because I have a pretty athletic build in my arms. Hope this helps. Sep 13, 2012
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Jaym: This jacket is cut like a european jacket. It should fit right for you. Mar 18, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is the jacket waterproof? Jun 20, 2012
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PopsD: I've ridden with this jacket in rain from a mist to a downpour and never had a problem. I ride a sport touring motorcycle and am fairly well protected though. Jul 3, 2012
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RevZilla: This jacket is constructed with a waxed cotton that is water repellent but not necessarily 100% waterproof. Jun 22, 2012
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A shopper asked: How abrasion resistant is the waxed cotton material? Apr 16, 2013
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RevZilla: This jacket may not be the best for abrasion resistance as it's cotton fabric. The wax just makes it water repellent, but does not add any protection. If you are looking for more function than style, the Roland Sands Ronin jacket may be a better choice. Apr 22, 2013
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A shopper asked: Are all 2013 Tracker jackets made in India now? Apr 3, 2013
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RevZilla: Yes, the 2013 Tracker Jackets are being produced in India. Apr 9, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is this jacket good for lower temperatures? I need a good jacket for maybe the low 60s and high 70s? Sep 5, 2012
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RevZilla: This jacket would be okay in cooler weather, but it does not offer any thermal liners or insulation. It is however wind/water resistant thanks to the wax coated cotton material, which is very similar to what you would find in a canvas military tent. Ultimately though personal temperature tolerance, your base layers, and the speed and duration of your trip are going to be the decided factors in whether or not you are comfortable in the 60-70 degree range while wearing this jacket. Sep 5, 2012
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Derrick A asked: Hello. I'm 5'10" 38 inch chest and am wondering if I should get a small or a medium in the RSD Tracker jacket if I am ordering it with the armour? Just for reference I also have a Dainese Racing Pelle 2-piece suit with back armour and I run that in a (48 - 38US). It's a race fit on me but is spot on perfect. Thanks in advance! Oct 30, 2013
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Travis S: I'm 6'2" and 190lbs and wear a 42-44 or size large generally.

I have a size large Ronin jacket so I ordered a size large Tracker. The Tracker jacket definitely fits smaller than the Ronin and I would prefer to have a size XL as opposed to the L in the Tracker.

My advice is, if you are deciding between sizes in the Tracker, go for the one size larger. It is a slim fit and gets even slimmer with armor.

I have a Dainese Maverick jacket in a 54 Euro size. It fits pretty well, but is a little large in the arms.
Oct 30, 2013
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ROBERT S: I'm tall and slim but with a reasonably athletic build (6'0", 170 lbs, 40" chest, 31" waist), and the Medium fits me like a glove. If I were any bigger in the chest/shoulders/arms, it would probably be uncomfortably tight.

As for the RSD armor, it's really good Forcefield stuff, and very reasonably priced. That being said, it's a little thick and heavy. I wanted to save a little weight, so I swapped my RSD armor out for Icon D3O Elbow(http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/icon-d3o-elbow-pads)/ Shoulder (http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/icon-d3o-shoulder-pads) /Back (http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/icon-d3o-back-protector-insert) Pads. The consensus on the online stuff I've read seems to be that the D3O isn't quite as protective as the RSD/Forcefield armor, but it is lighter, and it fit just fine in the pockets of the Tracker jacket.

Finally, although the Tracker is probably the coolest looking jacket I own, it's a little impractical. It has *no* venting whatsoever, so even though it's just waxed cotton, on a warm Southern California day, it's really warm. However, when the air turns a bit chilly (50s at night, for example), I really can't wear just it and a t-shirt, or the wind seems to come whipping through all of the seams. I still love it, and put up with the temperature because it looks so cool, but I do sacrifice some comfort for that.
Feb 12, 2014
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Dane G: I'd go with the medium. This jacket ran smaller on me. I'm 5'11 and about the same chest and I actually got a large which fits me perfect. I'd at least start with the medium and maybe even work up form there.

However, I purchased mine a long while ago. I've been told since they have struck a deal with Harley, they are going from a European cut to a boxier American cut.
Oct 30, 2013
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Thomas R: I have a 38" chest and purchased a medium. It's quite snug w armor and w/o I can wear a shirt and sweater. I could never where a small. The jacket runs a bit on the small side. Oct 30, 2013
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John D: i'm 5'11 with a 40 inch chest and I ordered the MED. It fit me well. I didn't use any back armor with it, but there appears to be room for it without being too snug. Oct 30, 2013
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Derrick A: Also forgot to mention I'm a slim build at 155 pounds. Oct 30, 2013
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Men's RSD Jacket SIze Chart

Size Sleeve Length(in) Chest (in)
SM 26-26.2 36-38
MD 26.2-26.8 38-40
LG 26.8-27.4 41-44
XL 27.4-28 45-47
2XL 28-28.5 48-52
3XL 28.5-29.1 53-55

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full Roland Sands Design Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / SM 826948 0800-02C0-0002 Out of Stock
Black / MD 826947 0800-03C0-0002 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / LG 826946 0800-04C0-0002 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / XL 826949 0800-05C0-0002 Out of Stock
Black / 2XL 826944 0800-06C0-0002 Out of Stock
Black / 3XL 826945 0800-07C0-0002 Out of Stock
Ranger / XS 826956 0800-01C0-6002 Out of Stock
Ranger / SM 826954 0800-02C0-6002 Out of Stock
Ranger / MD 826953 0800-03C0-6002 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Ranger / LG 826952 0800-04C0-6002 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Ranger / XL 826955 0800-05C0-6002 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Ranger / 2XL 826950 0800-06C0-6002 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Ranger / 3XL 826951 0800-07C0-6002 Out of Stock