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Motorcycle jackets are part of personal protective equipment used by motorcyclists throughout the world. Motorcycle jackets used by motorcyclists are usually made of either leather, or other durable man made materials such as Kevlar. Most jackets are heavily padded in the shoulder, elbow and spine regions. The jackets are styled to protect from impact from either ground or hard materials, however jackets also help by limiting gravel rash. If you do have a crash, severe gravel rash can significantly increase recovery time.
While personal protective equipment other than a helmet is not by law an essential item in Australia, the wearing of the jacket along with other personal protective equipment is highly recommended. Use our online sizing guide to get the best motorcycle jacket size for you.
“Dress for the crash,” is a saying often heard in motorcycle training, yet far too many riders cruise the streets in their thongs, board shorts and t-shirt. Even if you’re just popping down to the shops for a loaf of bread, throw a leather motorcycle jacket on, you never know when a car will pull out in front of you! Its important to have a few other motorcycle accessories ready to do, such a boots and some throw over long riding pants.
The perfect jacket should fit the body tightly but still allow free movement of the arms at least raising the hand above the shoulder. The snug fit provides support if a crash does occur and can help keep the joints in place during impact. Generally the more expensive motorcycle jackets provide a snug fit and free movement. Jackets come in different sizes to cater a large market. We have a heap of brands, designs and colors, including waterproof jackets, summer jackets and warm winter jackets. At Sunstate Motorcycles, we provide a casual relaxed environment to try on gear, plus our hand size online size guide is pretty damn accurate! Some our most popular brands are Alpinestars, Dainese and Roland Sands.
Leather jackets are a favourite of most amongst Aussie motorcyclists. There are some pretty fashionable leather jackets out there, like the retro style of Roland Sands, these jackets are popular with our Triumph riders. Motorcycle leather jackets are a fashionable alternative to the safety scene. The leather used in motorcycle jackets is different from the leather used in the fashion industry. It is much more durable and thus more expensive, some of it is also Kevlar lined. Motorcycle leather jackets are tested for their capacity to endure abrasion and tearing to ensure they are safe to be worn by bikers and prevent severe gravel rash.
At Sunstate we have a pretty reasonable returns policy, wrong size, broken or incorrect products can be returned but the return postage is your responsibility! We’re happy to exchange the jacket for the above occurrence. We do not accept refunds for a change of mind.
Sunstate Motorcycles has Alpinestars, DriRider, RST, Roland Sands and Dainese amongst the many other brands. Alpinestars jackets have a credible history of providing high-performance protective gear for motorcyclists and is generally aimed at the sports bike rider. DriRider is known for its sleek styles and adaptive technology as per the weather. Air-Ride is a pretty cool technology well suited for the Australian heat and is favoured by adventure riders. DriRider gear generally provides great ventilation for the warm, humid summers. RST is known for its durability, while Roland Sands has a unique vintage appeal with the highest quality leathers. Check out the entire range at our web page or walk in our stores.