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Evolution Rigid Denim Jacket
List Price: $49.99
Sale Price: $14.95
You save: $ 35 (70 %)
Evolution Rigid Denim Jacket
Item Code: Evolution1634
Color: Jet Black, Grey
- Retro American style denim jacket
- Lightweight and relaxed fit
- Mono color
- Detailed double stitiching
- Multiple functional pockets. Front pocket: 2 button pockets and 2 open slant pockets; Inside pockets: 1 open pocket on each side
Most Helpful Reviews :
This is a really nice jacket for the price. I originally bought it for myself but the XL was too small. I recommend using their Size Chart for ordering. I would actually need a 3XL by their chart although I normally wear an XL. I gave the jacket to my son who normally wears a size L and it fit perfect for him. My other son admired the jacket so much that I purchased a second one for him. Both sons love the jacket. It is stylish, comfortable, well-made and priced low compared to similar products. I am considering ordering the 3XL. I think it would look great with an American Flag sewn on the back. It works well as a motorcycle jacket. Let's ride!
a great jacket for warmer weather & color & fitment are good. use the size chart as recommended. i would recommend it to any one that wants a black denim at a decent price.
Excellent Quality! Great looking denim jacket. I was really surprised at the price. The denim is heavy and superior to other big name brands. I would order a size or two larger than you normally wear. But if you look at the size chart, it speaks for itself! This definitely a Great Jacket! Going to look at more Evolution products for sure...
Rigid is right! This jacket is tough and I feel well protected when on the highway. Material thickness is generous and not at all flimsy. I live in Austin TX and it does me well in the heat. Of course you're gonna sweat a bit but it ventilates well during the ride and it looks awesome. I use it everytime I ride. As far as sizing goes, definitely follow the video recommendation of a size smaller. I'm 6'0" 200lbs 44" chest and the 2xl fit awesome with a bit of breathing room! I wear this jacket everytime I ride! Buy one!
What a nice jacket! Especially at the reduced price! I followed the guide on sizing and it fits perfectly. I am so pleased with the style, look and quality. Jafrum always satisfies!
Jafrum goes it again. Jacket fits perfetly when you follow the suggestions in the description. I wear a size 40 sports jacket and the large is just right. I love it and especially at the reduced price. Jafrum doesn't dissapoint.
Denim motorcycle jackets have been around almost as long as the motorcycle itself, but never seem to go out of style. They come in a vast variety of styles and weights and have been found everywhere from the local MC's clubhouse bar to the racetrack. That's right. The old schoolers used to race in this stuff. That was of course before modern day inventions like fear. Denim's versatility is appealing to all different types of riders and is a perfect canvas for club and event patchwork and many other forms of personal expression.
The 1634 Rigid is Evolution's lightweight solid color denim jacket and comes in two color ways including jet black and grey. Most of the black jackets on the market, especially in this price range, are charcoal at best. This thing is black. The oversized buttons have an antiqued silver look and can be seen on the main closure, the two breast pockets, and the faux adjusters located on both the waistband and on the cuffs of the sleeves. There are two hand warmer pockets on the belly and two additional pockets inside the jacket. The back of the Rigid has been kept fairly simple giving you lots of room for patchwork and other self-expression. As far as fitment is concerned, I found the fitment chart a little bit on the generous side. Rick has a 40" chest which calls for an extra-large on the fitment chart. I think an XL on Rick would be a little bit too big. Even with a hoody under it, a large should fit nicely. So, unless you wear your jackets extra baggy, I would order a size smaller than the chart recommends. The fitment chart also omits the small and medium sizes, however both sizes are available.