Return of the Cafe Racers - Riding Gear – RSD Bronson Jacket

Riding Gear – RSD Bronson Jacket

As Charles Bronson once said, “I don’t look like someone who leans on a mantelpiece with a cocktail in my hand” and neither will you wearing the Bronson motorcycle jacket by Roland Sands Design. The Bronson was inspired by the classic all-American denim jacket¬†making it the perfect casual riding attire for the urban commuter or weekend cruiser.

Rolands Sands Bronson motorcycle jacket review

The Bronson’s exterior is constructed from sturdy 10.5oz denim with heavy stitching for extra strength. Pre-curved and rotated sleeves add comfort while riding and a longer cut at the back keeps the breeze out. The jackets collar has a relaxed fit and expansion pockets in the shoulder blades prevent constriction in the arms when in a hunched riding position. The jacket is closed using a zipper that sits behind a buttoned storm flap.

Rolands Sands Bronson motorcycle jacket review

For additional safety, CE armour can be installed using internal pockets in the jackets shoulders, back and elbows (sold separately). A cowhide collar and brass button details add a touch of wild west “working-class” and, as always, RSD branding is subtle and understated.

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Rolands Sands Bronson motorcycle jacket review
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