Tuesday, September 6

Olympia Jackets: Newport & Janis

Tony - Content Coordinator

New motorcycle jackets are cool. That is a simple fact. As with ice-cream cones, they all come in different styles and flavors. And they are all wonderful!

Olympia Newport Motorcycle JacketThe new Olympia Newport Jacket is a multi-season Men’s motorcycle jacket that is going to tend towards the warmer side of the year. In combining mesh and waterproof capabilities, the Newport Jacket allows riders to get the most out of each warm-weather ride by not necessitating a turn around, or under-bridge campout, when conditions get wet. That is not a common thing with mesh jackets as the majority lack that versatility. With an outer layer that brings together a 600D poly EVO thread with ballistic poly meh, the Newport is a highly-durable choice that will last many miles into the future. Additional features include CE-approved protection at the shoulders, elbows, and back, as well as an 8” zipper for trouser connection, and a comfort neoprene framed collar for advanced comfort.

Olympia Newport Jacket Review:


Olympia Janis Women's Motorcycle JacketFor the lady riders, the new Olympia Janis Women’s Jacket comes to the game with all of the attributes and attitude that one would expect from a top-tier leather jacket. However, when compared to its competition for quality, well-cut, and stylish leather Women’s motorcycle jackets, it comes in at a substantially lower price point, which only further amplifies its appeal. In addition to a top grain Lux finished cowhide outer shell, the Women’s Janis Jacket features airflow zippers at the upper arms and back toros, a full-sleeve zip-out Insulex thermal liner, and removable CE protectors at the back, shoulders, and elbows.

Olympia Janis Women's Jacket Review:


Textile or leather, Women’s or Men’s, the new Fall 2016 lineup of motorcycle jackets from Olympia brings an ever-increasing selection to them all.

Have fun out there, be safe, and as always…

Enjoy the ride,

Juice

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