Classic '92

Classic '92

319.99

Hand-Picked Cowhide

An instant classic in large uninterrupted panels of hand picked, premium 1.2mm uncorrected cowhide that are then hand crafted into a relaxed, casual fit using subtle single top stitching to compliment the ‘92‘s clean, classic lines.

Features:

  • Top stitched 1.0 to 1.2mm drum dyed cowhide
  • Specifically tailored for a relaxed fit
  • Pockets for optional armor at the shoulders, elbows & back
  • Zip-in quilted full sleeve liner
  • 2 inside utility pockets
  • 4 outside pockets
  • Adjustable neoprene-lined madarin collar
  • Adjustable waist and cuffs
  • 1.5" Storm flap at main zipper
  • YKK zippers through-out
  • External zippered key pocket
  • Subtle tone on tone badging

MSRP Starting @ $319.99

Available in:
Colors: Black | White
Sizes: Small to 3XLarge

Colors: Black | Cream, Black | Orange, Brown | Orange
Sizes: Small to 2XLarge

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Steve McQueen

"Just have to say this is the best jacket I have ever had. I read all the reviews before making my decision and I was not disappointed. The workmanship and leather are top notch. I looked into the mirror when I tried it on for the first time and I thought it was Steve McQueen looking back. I just wanted you to know that you have a real winner here and a customer for life....thanks again."

Dave, FL.

Protection, comfort, price!

"A leather jacket is and forever will be the number one accessory for a motorcyclist. Every rider should own at least one. There are certainly a lot of options on the market, and we’re always looking for items that not only look good, but also offer protection,
comfort, and a good price point. Joe Rocket’s Classic ’92 fits the bill. The 1.0 to 1.2mm drum-dyed cowhide leather is soft and doesn’t require a lengthy wear-in period. The cut is between athletic and wide, and it will fit just about every body shape. The collar, waist, and cuff are all adjustable via two button options. It doesn’t come with armor, but we highly recommend purchasing the optional elbow, shoulder, and back protectors. The zip-in quilted thermal liner keeps the cold away on early spring morning rides. When it gets hot, the liner is quickly removed for a more comfortable riding climate. There aren’t any vents on this retroinspired jacket, but for the right season and right motorcycle, who needs them? Not us. This is the type of jacket a rider wears on his or her cruiser or vintage bike. There are two chest pockets, two on the side, two inside pockets, and our favorite, the small pocket on the right cuff for easy access to money and license."

RoadRunner Magazine