Highway 21 Gasser Jacket
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The Gasser jacket was inspired by the days of pure adrenaline, the era when riders lived for weekend races. Whether racing board track, dirt track, or road circuits, they all shared one common goal: striving to be the best and accepting their fate while doing so. Riding in today's world has changed, and so has technology. If you're looking for a vintage jacket that takes you back in the past but protects your future, look no further.

Features:

  • Premium 100% genuine leather
  • Snap lock button collar
  • Removable Hydraguard thermal liner
  • Removable CE armor in shoulder and elbows
  • Removable PE back protector
  • Black reflective piping
  • Concealed carry pocket, napoleon pocket and device pocket
  • Exhaust vents
  • Intake vents
  • Perforated expandable side panels
4.7 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.3 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.2 / 5
Features
4.8 / 5
Comfort
4.7 / 5
Style
4.8 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Fit
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Highway 21 Men's Jacket Sizing

Size Chest (in) Arm (in)
XS 32-33 30-31
SM 34-35 31-32
MD 36-38 32-33
LG 40-42 33-34
XL 44-46 34-35
2XL 48-50 37
3XL 52-54 37
4XL 56-58 37

 

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

How To Measure

C Chest Measure around the fullest part of your chest, under the armpits, keeping the measuring tape parallel to the ground.
A Arm (Neck to Wrist) Standing up straight with your arms at your sides, measure from the base of your neck at the center of your spine, along the top of your shoulder and down to your wrist bone, along the outside of the arm.
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4.7 / 5.0
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4.3 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.2 / 5
Features
4.8 / 5
Comfort
4.7 / 5
Style
4.8 / 5
Air Flow
4.0 / 5
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Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
Fantastic, well appointed jacket
In my search for an armored, vintage-esque leather jacket I researched quite a few brands, from Roland Sands and Rev'it to River Road and AGV. My criteria were price ($400-500 being the upper limit), features, ability to take (or already have) armor, workmanship and fit.

I stumbled on Highway 21 by accident; from research it seems a fairly new brand for jackets, and there's little to no info apart from their site and online retailers. So I eventually rang up Highway 21 to get more details and spoke to a well-informed chap who told me about their brand.

Their aim is to provide a quality product with a lot of features, to compete with the RSs and Rev'its but at a lower price point. IMHO they've very close, and a big step above Joe Rocket and River Road. Designed here in the US but produced overseas (like a lot of brands), they're putting out a few jackets first but have plans to expand the line.

Based on the Gasser jacket, I think they've achieved what they set out to do.

When I spotted the Gasser I loved the look of it - the diamond shoulder panels gave it a cool retro feel, and reading the description it seemed to fit my needs. I was a little nervous about size, as they vary wildly from company to company. I took a punt on the size chart and ordered what they recommended (I'm 42" chest, short torso, wide across the shoulders, 5'7). IMO, the sizing is a tiny bit off. If you're longer limbed and torso'ed, you'd be fine except for maybe a bit of sag around the shoulders. However you would have room for a thick layer underneath. I eventually went with a medium, which, in a t-shirt or thinner layer, fits nearly bang on, with the only niggle a bit of tightness in the upper arms. This could be due to the armor though. It fits better than the AGV Tracer (large) I tried and the River Road Hoodlum (40) I own.

Upon receiving, the first thing I noticed is the weight - even without the elbow and shoulder armor it's pretty heavy. I can't find any specs but I would guess it's around 1.1/1.2mm thickness. The (cowhide?) leather is even grained, it's well stitched and features YKK zippers throughout. The only thing I missed is the potent leather smell when opening the box, but that's probably just me.

And it's very richly featured for a jacket at its current price point. The ones you'd expect are there (snap lock mandarin collar, black reflective piping, multiple intake & exhaust vents) but it's the additions that make it standout. The removable Hydraguard thermal liner is a big bonus, though I haven't been in a downpour yet. The expandable side panels are perforated allowing even more airflow. It has multiple pockets for devices and wallets, and even a concealed carry pocket if you're so inclined (I noticed it has a piece of leather inside so you can slot the barrel into it securely). CE shoulder and elbow armor is provided, and it has a slot in the back with foam (replaced with the Fly CE back armor, near perfect fit). Another nice little touch are double zippers at the wrists - you can zip it fully down or just partly around the forearms whilst still having the wrist portion locked in place.

Keeping in mind the pricepoint, I do struggle to think how this jacket can be improved. If I had to nitpick, it would be nice to have some felt on the inside of the collar for comfort, and also have the pocket large to fit CE2 armor in. I've had a few debates with friends about whether a touring/cruiser type jacket should have this or not, but IMHO I'd still like the option.

If you're looking for a very well appointed, quality jacket for spring/fall and winter (with layers) riding, and like vintage leather looks, the Gasser is a jacket which should be on the 'try' list. I'm very impressed by Highway 21's first forays into an otherwise crowded market, but if they continue how they've started, I can see some very good things in the future for them.
June 23, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2013 Triumph Bonneville
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
2 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Good features, "Genuine Leather"
I received this jacket yesterday, and it's wonderfully featureful--not just for the price, but within the category--but I'm afraid I'm sending it back.

First, the good:

This is a relatively heavy jacket, and I think the protection would be OK. The seams aren't necessarily the best reinforced ever, but for cruiser wear they're on par with what I've seen on other lower-end jackets. The leather panels are large, and there aren't a ton of seams to burst in important places anyway. I didn't get a sense of whether the quilted panels were overlays rather than integral pieces before I repacked it, but overall I wouldn't feel scared to be riding in this jacket.

The feature set is notable. There are a ton of vents, a ton of pockets, and a pretty nice full-coverage liner. One nice small touch with the liner was that the two snap loops that hold it in the arm are color-coded, so you won't snap in the sleeve twisted around. The zipper pulls all seemed high quality, which is good because all those pockets and vents mean you're dotted with them. For better or for worse, the pulls do not hide away when closed, so expect zipper pulls peaking out all over the jacket. They're attractive, at least.

One standout feature that I haven't seen on any other vintage-style jacket at any price is double-pulls on the main and wrist zippers, which let you pull them open partially from the bottom. This especially helps sitting on the bike where otherwise your lap would push the jacket up. For sizing, there are expansion panels on the side with a snap adjuster on each. Cinching the snap adjusters all the way down kept it snug on my 34" waist--underneath my somewhat larger belly.

Second, the bad:

Unfortunately, this jacket probably could have used bicep adjusters too, or perhaps simply a tighter cut at the upper arms. It's quite baggy at the upper arm/underarm area, and this was one of the main reasons I'm returning it--the armor floated around too much on my elbows. Hopefully Revzilla will do a video review on this one, because it's not wholly apparent that this is the case from the pictures.

Overall, the cut is American-boxy, but did conform to my shoulders and lower arms well, as well as cinching down OK down below--it was just upper arms, and to some extent the chest that were problematic. The venting ends up not helping here, because it makes the sleeves and chest even baggier when open. Bigger guys shouldn't have an issue, and might even like the room, but I'm skinny-fat with a belly and it didn't work so well for me.

It's possible sizing down one would help (I ordered a large per size chart at 42"/34"), but since the arms were perfect length and shoulders were a perfect fit I think it really is a cut/body-shape incompatibility.

Now, the ugly:

I have no idea what this jacket is made of, but it didn't smell like leather. Or, rather, it smelled like the only-nominally-real leather you get with online marketplace type cheap accessories and bottom-end motorcycle gear. It absolutely *stank* of plastic when I took it out of the bag, with no undercurrent of leather smell, and having my face up close to the jacket leather was a little wince-inducing to be honest.

Unfortunately, "Genuine Leather" is very, very commonly used as a code phrase for polyurethane-infused split-grain or bonded leather, neither of which will wear or weather nearly as well as the more traditional top- or full-grain leather you find on motorcycle gear. While this stuff was relatively thick as the cheap stuff goes, I'm pretty convinced that what I was looking at. Panels with raw leather sides looked a lot like coated leather sewn on top of a split grain, and the perforated leather backing the sleeve and accordion zippers definitely looked like thin uncoated split-grain leather. And then there was that smell.

I'd truly love to be wrong on this one, and see Highway 21 reach out with an updated description with the animal and actual type of leather used, but I got a major bad vibe from the leather used and it's the biggest reason I'm exchanging for another brand instead of trying the smaller size.

So, for the price I can't recommend this, because I feel like it's an unusually high-utility design made with disappointingly low-quality materials. At its price it's simply too much in competition with jackets where the leather is more identifiable and probably higher grade and at the end of the day I buy a leather jacket for the leather, not the vents and pockets. While I do think this will probably protect you in a crash, I don't think it'll hold up to time, sun and weather well, and therefore isn't as good an investment as some of the rest out there--a good leather jacket will last you decades with care, but I don't think this will. Add to that the baggy arms and it's a miss for me.

Regarding my ratings:

Protection and Durability have been docked for materials and durability, not for protection. In better leather, that category would have been a four for the CE armor and overall coverage, Bang for the Buck would have got bumped by at least one, and I'd have given this either 4 or 5 stars overall as a great value. It's really the materials that let this one down.

Disclaimer: I didn't actually ride in it, but I did sit on my bike. I'm sure a 70mph airing out or three would at least have taken care of most of the smell.
August 17, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
3 / 5
Great jacket and stylish
I have had this jacket for a few weeks now and I love it. It looks great on. I got a medium and I would say the fit chart was spot on. I am 5'10 175 lbs 33inch waist athletic build and it fits like a glove. I used the button tabs to bring it in at the waist some, so if you have a bigger belly there is some room to accommodate you. It has vents that unzip on the side, back, wrists and upper arms, which keep you cool on rides. I have mostly used it for evening rides at temperatures of 75-85 degrees. In traffic it gets pretty warm but at speeds of 30+ it is pretty cool and well ventilated. The back pad is just simple foam which I plan on replacing with some CE armor. There are plenty of pockets in the jacket and the liner is easy to put in and pull out. I would say all around it is a great jacket for the money and a good 3 season jacket for dry climates. If you live in a humid environment like Texas this might not be the jacket for you, which is unfortunate because it's a great jacket.
June 26, 2016
Ride:
2016 Kawasaki VN650 Vulcan S
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
Very happy!
I thought I would write a short review, since there wasn't much information out there when I decided to buy this jacket.

I really like the style of the jacket. I think it has just enough attitude without being over the top, or looking too young. I'm not 20 anymore, nor a movie star, so ripped jeans and distressed leather don't cut it. This jacket looks good on and off the bike.

The leather is heavy, supple, and feels nice. I keep it in my office closet, and whenever I leave the door open, the whole room smells like leather. It comes with armor, which a lot of leather jackets don't. I love the two way zippers and the zipper pulls.

This jacket has a lot of vents. Wrist, bicep, chest, back, 6 underarm grommets, and perforated side panels. I'm not sure why they only put one chest vent--two would have made more sense to me.

I'm quite happy with the fit. I ordered a medium. I'm 5'9", 175#, 39" chest, 33" waist, and 32" sleeve. Its fits well overall, with and without the liner. The sleeves are a bit long, however, they do provide good coverage on the bike. I use the added snap to cinch the waist. The waist in the jacket is really adjustable. You can cinch the waist, leave it neutral, or unzip the side panel for more room.

The only thing I don't really like about the jacket are the stretchy underarm panels. I've never really liked the look, and I don't feel they're necessary. The jacket doesn't fit so tight that you need the extra stretch.

Overall, really solid buy!
March 22, 2017
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
Great jacket
This jacket works great. It is the second jacket i bought due to the first jacket that was a different brand showed up broken. Jacket fits true to size. I would purchase it again if i needed another jacket.
August 2, 2016
Ride:
2012 Harley Davidson Sportster Seventy-Two XL1200V
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
3 / 5
Great jacket. The leather is really good quality (and does not stain white shirts underneath like my other jacket does). It is very comfortable to wear and seems durable (though that will be told by time). The two gripes I have are first the air flow and the clips that hold the sleeves to the insulation in place. I have a feeling that they will not last very long.
I am very happy with this jacket.
June 8, 2017
Purchased
2 months ago
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best style, protection, and quality for price
Ryan M on May 17, 2017
Had all the protection with the look I was going for.
John G on Nov 10, 2016
best style, protection, and quality for price
Ryan M on May 17, 2017
Jacket is good quality, my only grip is the mesh lining seems a little thin.
Robert S on Apr 27, 2017
Had all the protection with the look I was going for.
John G on Nov 10, 2016
Liked the feature set and aesthetic and was hoping the jacket would be high quality, but was disappointed.
G E on Aug 18, 2016
classic look
keith r on Aug 16, 2016
Vintage look, very good quality leather, feature-packed and comes with CE1 elbow and shoulder armor. Plus a very good (price-matched) deal.
Derek N on Aug 16, 2016
Great price (matched by Revzilla), fantastic vintage/retro look, whilst still having the modern benefits of a 'riding' jacket.
Derek N on Jun 8, 2016
Jacket is good quality, my only grip is the mesh lining seems a little thin.
Robert S on Apr 27, 2017
Liked the feature set and aesthetic and was hoping the jacket would be high quality, but was disappointed.
G E on Aug 18, 2016
Can D30 armor be fitted into this jacket?
Matthew L on Jul 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The back protector pocket will fit this: https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/icon-womens-d3o-viper-2-back-protector. Yes, the women's size. The men's D3O Protector is too big.
Will it take Sas-Tec Level 2 armor? like the Resorption 1909?any back protector pocket?
Arick G on Oct 29, 2016