Indian Motorcycle is out to dress you up for the 2017 riding season, with a choice of four new jackets. The most protective of the group is the Frontier Jacket, with CE protectors over the shoulders and elbows. Visually it can be identified by its quilted pattern across the shoulders and the contrasting brown suede collar. The outer material is water resistant and made from a micro fibre fabric with a brushed cotton effect. Vent zips are hidden away and there’s an inner quilted liner that can removed on warmer days.
The lighter Oscar Jacket is a shirt style, made from waxed cotton with a quilted lining. A bold black and white Indian logo is embroidered on the back. The snap down button on the collar ensures it stays in place during rides.
The new wardrobe rounds out with two jackets that pay tribute to Indian’s storied past. The Scout Jacket has the same tank logo that’s on the bike embroidered on the back, while the 1901 Jacket has a retro red and cream logo across the chest and a subtle logo on the rear just under the collar. Retro race stripes down the sleeves further give this jacket a racing look to tie in with Indian’s return to the American Flat Track this year.