Leather motorcycle jackets come in a variety of styles, fits, and colors at Jafrum. There is, of course, the classic black leather one that should be a staple in every biker’s riding wardrobe. But, today, there are also a variety of colorful options – even ones with fluorescent accents to give you more visibility. The classic leather jacket always adds a certain swagger to every rider’s wardrobe. But a leather jacket isn’t just a style statement. A true motorcycle jacket, like those you can purchase from Jafrum, are built to provide you protection from the elements and to also add an extra-tough layer between you and the asphalt.
For the best protection against road rashes, look for jackets that boast reinforcements or armor for the elbow and shoulder areas. A high-quality biker jacket should also have protection for your back. Some of our jackets, such as the Alpinestars Atem, are actually built strong enough to be used as a racing suit when combined with this brand’s riding pants.
Another highly-desirable feature? A liner, which will give you added warmth during the winter months but can be zipped out as the temperatures rise. As for the summer months, you’ll want to look for jackets that offer perforated panels or vents, as these will allow cooling air to flow through them.
Our leather jackets not only come in a variety of colors, but they are also available plain or adorned with interesting graphics. Some of our jackets also offer special features to make riding easier, such as extra material at the shoulders so that you can maintain a comfortable riding position. Today’s jackets are ideally crafted for the 21st century avid biker!
We hope you take the time to check out our selection. You'll quickly see that we always offer the latest in styles and the finest in quality at unbelievably low prices. We also want to make sure that your ordering experience is easy and convenient so we provide informational and instructional videos on our YouTube channel that can help you to purchase the right product for your needs. And don’t forget to check out our sizing charts and tips on how to measure yourself so that you can get the best jacket for your build.