H-D Contrast Accent Quilted Jacket- Tested

One warm flannel for the winter

I have been wearing this for the past month now and it has become my daily go to jacket for the cold. Now this isn't a riding jacket per say, but for those who are too cool for school and don't wear actual riding gear this will do just fine. It has a heavy feel and most definitely keeps you warm, does a decent job of keeping the wind out while riding as well. With 100% suede parts though beware of the water or dirt as this jacket can not be washed or even dry cleaned, it needs professional leather service. This proves to be a bit of a pain for me as I work on bikes for Motorcycle Cruiser.

H-D Contrast Accent Quilted Jacket
H-D Contrast Accent Quilted Jacket- $150H-D

Having the suede cuffs is nice for comfort but became stained almost immediately. For me, the "dirty suede look" is no bother, but for $150, if you don't like that look you may want to think twice or just save this for special occasions. The jacket is slim fit so you will want to get a size up from what you normally wear. it has hand warmer pockets as well as two chest pockets one closable by snap and the other by button. All in all I am digging this jacket and would recommend one to a friend, just remember it is not an actual riding jacket, no armor or slide resistant technology but I am sure it would protect you better than that cheap flannel you picked up from the two for twenty bin.

  • Black Label slim fit is designed to fit closer to the body with a cut narrower through the chest, slimmer through the waist and hem, and is slightly shorter in length than our standard fit. For a roomier fit, size up
  • 70% spandex, 30% wool twill
  • 100% cowhide sueded leather collar, cuffs and front and back yoke
  • Cotton poplin lining with 100% polyester fill
  • Button front and cuffs
  • Two hand-warmer pockets and two chest pockets
  • Printed cowhide leather patch on left hem
  • $150 Harley-Davidson.com