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Roland Sands Design Clash Jacket
The RSD Clash leather jacket has a detailed rocker style, with a shorty snap collar, offset front zipper and front zip pockets.
- Hand finished, washed and oiled/waxed top grain cowhide (+/- 1.1mm thickness)
- Performance riding fit, with rotated, pre-curved sleeves, dropped back length and relaxed collar opening
- Quilted accents, shoulders, lower back
- Reinforced riveted elbows
- Perforated leather interior trims
- Sleeve zip pocket, side zipper waist adjust
- Zip close cuffs
- Satin poly lining with custom RSD repeat “numbers” heat emboss
- Soft lined electronics security pocket
- Stretch mesh cargo stuff pockets
- Zip close interior chest pocket
- Armor ready shoulder, elbow and back protector pockets
Note: The RSD Clash Jacket uses RSD Elbow Armor in the shoulders and RSD Shoulder Armor in the elbows.
Note: Color of jacket will lighten over time due to exposure to UV light.
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Reviews & Questions
The day I received it, I took it down to NYC with my wife to visit friends. We went to our favorite bars from our past life together in the Big Apple, and you would have thought some weird science experiment had turned me into Brad Pitt or Ryan Gosling. Absolute perfect strangers kept asking what brand my jacket was. After a few college girls declared that I was a "DILF", my wife amusingly announced the jacket could NEVER be worn out to bars again unless she was with me. I have since taken the jacket out on cold days on the bike without complaint - it cuts the wind and does the job it's supposed to. The liner is warm enough for wearing only a long sleeve underneath in cold weather, yet cool enough on hotter days with a t-shirt. The collar was stiff at first when buttoned up in the cold, but it's breaking in nicely. Make sure to get both the elbow and shoulder pads - both will be needed if you go down, and they do make you feel a little more "bullet proof" when riding.
Sadly, my other leather jackets are all collecting dust right now in the garage/big boy toy closet. I caught my 17 year old son walking back into the house after wearing my Clash to school last week, so now I have to hide it. "Wear one of my other ones, but not this one!" I told him. You know you've got something special when a teenage boy is "borrowing" his dad's jacket. Think back to your own teenage years....now can you remember a time when you actually WANTED to wear the old man's jacket?? My dad's jackets all looked like something from the movie Fargo. I wouldn't have been caught dead in anything the old man wore. And yet, there was my fashion-snob teenage son, be-bopping into the house wearing my Clash, then smiling sheepishly when he saw me staring at him. "Oh...I thought you were on a business trip..." he said. "Caught an early flight," I replied. He's now begging me for one of his own #it seems that the girls loved the jacket#. I told him I'm going to wait to see how much taller he grows in the next years....then we'll talk.
So if you want the last leather jacket you'll ever wear, buy the Clash. You will love it. Just take my advice and don't wear it out with your wife or girlfriend, because you WILL get a lot of compliments from random women.
And hide it from your teenage son.
Seriously though, this is one very cool jacket. It just arrived today and it fits perfectly. If it helps- I am 5' 11.5", 176 lbs, 33" waist, with an athletic build- by athletic, I mean having a runners build. Slim waist, large chest, muscle and sinew etc. Not a gym-rat, body builders body. If you are the later, get the Ronin tough guy (I did consider that at first but when I saw the Clash, I had to see it in the flesh). The fit is snug but I like it. You don't want baggy in this jacket.
I am British but live the American Dream and it really speaks to me on both counts. The quality and style is fantastic. It smells so good. The leather is flawless. Even the lining detail says "up yours". I struggled more being a vegetarian with a leather jacket than I did with the price. This is heritage stuff. Never gonna take it from me. Not without a fight. This is as stylish as a Belstaff, but a fraction of the price.
Sure, it doesn't have armor, but I will get that with my earned Zilla Cash- Duh!
Go on. Treat yourself. You deserve it. But I did warn you about not looking as good as me.
I'm 5'8" at 150lbs and the SM that I ordered fits perfectly. I was able to wear a hoodie underneath, but was definitely snug (not in a too constricting way).
For those that just aren't satisfied with that write up:
The fit is wonderful. If you want a slimmer fitting leather jacket this is it. The price is way too high in my opinion but RSD has the market cornered here. The details are nice, I'd have liked a warm zipout liner but hey they have us by the curlies here.
The quality is top notch, give it a shot...give it a smell, a waft even.
over 2 years ago
First things first, like a few other reviewers have noted, if you go oxblood, don't worry that it is going to be bright red like the video shows, it's much more subdued without Anthony's crazy studio lights and cameras. I almost didn't order it because I thought it was going to be WAY too red, but it absolutely isn't. I'll put a pic up with this review so you can see what I mean. Sorry if the orientation is off, I swear it's correct on my side of the interwebz.
Another item of note that might be helpful to anyone on the cusp between sizes... That was me as well, I'm a 44" chest, 6' tall, 200 lbs guy and I'm right at the top end of the size chart for this jacket in size L. I emailed and called to get opinions from the RevZ team and both guys I talked to were very helpful and encouraged me to try the size L first. I did and it fits like a glove. If you are my size and want to rock a hoodie under it (even a thin one) you may want to size up, but if you're like me and like to wear a t-shirt under it or a short sleeve button down, then it will fit perfectly. If you are my size and have ye 'ol beer gut you may also want to try an XL as it is snug on me with my midsection being somewhere between average & athletic but we all know that is the cut of this jacket anyways.
Highly recommend the product and that you order it from RevZ. The 30$ in Rev bucks I had from my last order paid for expedited shipping essentially. That coupled with the great web site and customer service. I couldn't be happier.
The leather is thick yet very supple and the stitching is very high quality - no loose threads whatsoever during the time I've had it. The interior liner is nice, though I wish they had added a different material near the cuffs so that velcro glove fasteners don't snag on it.
I got it in black, and after a year the leather is very slightly fading in the shoulder area. I got the shoulder and elbow armor (statistically, back armor doesn't seem to be worth it unless it's the full track-style "hump") which fits well, though the shoulder armor doesn't go "over" your shoulder per se, just covers the outside of your arm up to the shoulder.
I feel well-protected in this jacket, but what you're paying the premium for is the style. This remains the best looking motorcycle jacket I have ever seen, on anyone. I get compliments on it nearly every time I wear it.
over 3 years ago
It may seem edgier than the black option, and it is, but I agree with a previous reviewer: I wouldn't describe it as 'over the top" like Anthony did, but I get his point.
The pics on the product page make it seem like it's got a sheen or slight shine and brightness to it - not exactly the case. Rest assured, it is a little more subdued than it appears in the images, and not as bright. To give you an idea of the color, Google "oxblood" and see an image of the color - imagine that color with a slightly matte leather surface. Personally, I dig it; and so do the random strangers that check you out wearing it. Be warned, not for the faint of heart - make sure you have the personality to pull it off as you mingle with others - total rock star status for sure, haha (think James Dean meets Steve McQueen, rolled into Slash from GnR).
Fun aside, into the rest:
As you'd expect from any leather product, it'll be a little stiff out of the box but will absolutely break in with a couple of wears and conform itself to your individual fit. I went with the armor package additionally when I got this. It's kind of annoying to have to get it separately when the jacket already has a high price tag, but oh well (contrast to the Rokker jacket, which already comes with the armor - look for that review later). Either way, you can't overlook the value of added protection. I strongly recommend the armor as well, if your budget can swing it. With that in mind, it's easy to insert into the jacket, and I highly recommend your break in period begins with the armor inserted because it will feel totally different with or without the pads. Understand that the pads may make it appear to feel awkward, or tighter than you bargained for; but once it's nicely broken in with the armor, the fit will be spot on. RSD doesn't skimp on the quality of the leather so keep that in mind: RSD = premium leather.
Ventilation and airflow are appropriate for Spring and maybe early fall - totally depending on your location's climate. Prob not the best option for the peak of Summer - you will heat up real good in this. Again, it will depend on your individual temp tolerance. This is a leather jacket with some perforation and under arm vents, so you can make up your own mind from there.
The zippers on the sleeves are easy to feel with gloves on and I love the gussets on them. The offset front zipper is totally killer and adds to the edgy look, but also easy to reach for and zip/unzip with the right hand. The internal pockets are excellent for a cell phone or items of that size. The outside pockets on the sides are kind of small, so prob a better place for things like keys, lighters, etc. Other than that, it's made to last - a must have, in my opinion. I really wish they offered it in Tobacco brown, but love this nonetheless.
One little bone to pick:
As another reviewer noted, the lining can easily be frayed with Velcro from your gloves or other abrasive surfaces, so be careful with that.
The price tag may weed some would-be buyers out, but if you can save up for this, I'd say swallow that one-time lump sum because this one is made to last for sure.
The total look I went with, in case you're interested: Oxblood Clash jacket, Rokker Original Raw jeans, brown Icon El Bajo boots, Tobacco Mission RSD gloves, Flying Tigers Bell Vortex with tinted shield. Never fails to get double-take looks on the road, in the city streets, anywhere; and excellent protection in my opinion. My reviews for the above items will be coming soon.
It's important to note that on my jacket, the shoulder and elbow armor were NOT, I repeat, not switched. Roland Sands may have updated the design. I tried the two sizes of armor in each of the two armor locations. The elbow armor is a tight fit regardless of which spot you try and cram it into, but it DOES fit in the sleeve. Likewise, the shoulder armor is loose whether it's placed at the elbow or the shoulder.
I have a few minor gripes though. First off, the armor pockets could have been sized to better match the RSD armor.
Second, you really don't want to get this jacket wet. I got soaked my second day of wearing it, and the oxblood dye ran into my shirt. The leather was ok (I treated it with Lexol before it dried), but definitely looks more weathered now. That's something you should expect with a leather jacket; I simply would have preferred it not weather that much that soon. I asked RSD how to treat the leather to help prevent future issues, but there has been no response from them in a month.
Third, as mentioned by other reviewers, the velcro used to close the armor pockets WILL catch and snag the mesh in the lining, and fray it. Be very careful when inserting the armor and sealing the pockets and you can minimize this.
First, to compare... I'm 5'9, 175lbs and typically wear a EU50/US40 in most jackets (Dainese/Revit/A*). I fit the RSD Rocker & Ronin in Medium perfectly. I prefer a snug, close-to-the-body fit.
I had a Roland Sands "Rocker" jacket in size Medium that fit perfectly, constructed very well, and was clearly a high-quality jacket. After seeing the Clash, I preferred it's more-'70s-era styling over the Rocker's '50/'60s inspired feel. Both jackets have the asymmetrical zipper and upon viewing just photos of the jackets, they appear to be fraternal twins separated at birth. Looks and quality are one thing, FIT was an entirely different issue. Whereas the Rocker fit near-perfect, the Clash felt tighter in the chest area and the neck opening was simply too small and I could not snap the neck (on the Rocker, I could - comfortably). Note both jackets were marked Medium, but clearly every jacket fits differently even when they look similar and come from the same designer. The Clash was disappointingly ill-fitting. I could not even settle for wearing it without the neck button snap closed as there is no provision built in to allow the wearer to fold the neck flap and snap it down for comfort and stability when on the bike (like the Ronin and Tracker from RSD). I wore both the Rocker and Clash without the armor. Fit may be "too tight" with the armor in, but any larger in size, the sleeves would be too long for me.
Leather quality and construction of the Clash, on the other hand, was top notch! Not the wonderfully and perfectly distressed look of the Rocker's leather, but the Clash had a soft feel and a nice sheen to it's black leather. The YKK zippers throughout and all the snaps worked perfectly and the interior was beautiful. I desperately wanted to LOVE the Clash, especially since I regrettably and prematurely sold the Rocker for it, but c'est la vie... Additionally, as a result of my impatience and procuring the jacket elsewhere, I was facing a 15% restocking fee if I decided to return it (not so if I had just bought it from the good folks at Revzilla!!) - aaaaaaagh. I ended up exchanging it for the Ronin - another wonderful jacket from RSD and one that fit very well for me. So in the end, I'm happy. Although I did not buy it from Revzilla, I wanted to share my experience with the RSD Clash. My take-away from all this: 1) Not every jacket fits the same even in the same size from the same manufacturer 2) Patience is a virtue 3) Buy from Revzilla because return and exchanges are no hassle and thus lowers your stress level.
Good luck. Happy shopping.
The best part about the Clash is the fit. Roland Sands gets it right, providing us with a fitted jacket that still allows for a surprising range of motion. I am 6', 170lbs, with a 40-41" chest and the M fit is perfect. Loading the shoulders and back with armor does make it a little tight so I opt to just keep the shoulder armor in for now. Sleeve length and coat length is spot on. The only thing I would like is it to be a bit more snug around the mid-section but I shall live.
The oxblood color is absolutely gorgeous. It does look a bit darker than in the video, almost bordering on a light burgundy.
This will certainly be my go to jacket, weather permitting of course. It would be such a shame not to share its beauty with the rest of the riding community, inciting envy in the process.
"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 jacket
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.
Not sure if this helps, but there you go...
I'm 6'4", 195lbs, with a 33 inch waist, 35 inch inseam and usually wear between 42-44, or a size Large - Tall in jackets. I have long arms and a long torso, broad shoulders. I have the RSD Ronin in a Large, and it is a snug fit with no layers or armor in the jacket. How similar are the sizing between the Ronin and the Clash? I love the sculpted look of the clash, but think the XL might be too loose and big in the belly.