Thursday, September 1

Roland Sands Leather Jackets: Walker and Carson

Tony - Content Coordinator

In the history of “cool,” very few options have ever topped the leather motorcycle jacket. Currently, nobody is doing the leather jacket like Roland Sands. So, it is not really a surprise that two of the most notable leather motorcycle jackets of Fall 2016 come from RSD.

Roland Sands Walker Motorcycle JacketWith the Roland Sands Walker Jacket, riders get a genuine top-grain 1.0mm - 1.2mm buffalo leather outer shell that is as rugged as it is stylish. Classically fitted with forward-rotated arms, a dropped back length and relaxed collar, the Walker Leather Jacket is all about providing riders with ergonomics that make their time in the saddle more enjoyable. At the same time, the Walker Jacket is quite at home with the kickstand down as it is almost indistinguishable from a high-end, luxury-brand fashion jacket. That being said, this is RSD we are talking about, and they aren’t about to forget their ethos. Additional features of the Roland Sands Walker Jacket include a satin poly lining, stretch mesh cargo stuff pockets, and the ability to take armor at the shoulders, elbows, and back.

Roland Sands Walker Jacket Review:

Roland Sands Carson Motorcycle JacketMuch the same as the Walker jacket, the Roland Sands Carson Jacket puts a high emphasis on the style that comes with riding a motorcycle. Constructed of the same materials as the Walker, the differentiating features of the RSD Carson jacket simply come down to aesthetics. Most notably, the Carson Leather Jacket has a slightly more “moto” feel as it shows off a bit more padding sewn into the shoulder panels, as well as a slightly different cut to the leather at the base of the main zipper.

Roland Sands Carson Jacket Review:

In the end, whatever your style, the RSD Walker and RSD Carson vintage-inspired leather jackets aim to appease it -- while still offering rider-specific features for the miles ahead.

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

Enjoy the ride,


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