Power Trip (a sub-brand of the Joe Rocket empire) delivers solid warm-weather wear that ticks all the right boxes. The Mojave jacket sports an open-weave, free-flowing mesh material in the torso and arms, a removable, waterproof liner, CE-approved shoulder and elbow armor, and a removable spine pad. Handy details include arm volume adjustment snaps, velcro waist tabs, and a unique, drop down tail area with padding (similar to the Solare). Reflecting piping is minimal, as it’s only one row at the chest and one at the back. The cuffs however, offer surprisingly adjustable closures: a combo snap/zipper and Velcro tab. Very nice. We found the Mojave’s open weave design flowed air like gangbusters, and the overall fit and adjustability pretty comfortable. There were a few nits: the waterproof liner will bake you in warm weather, the collar’s not padded and some of the zippers and stitching are less than perfect. All in all, however, we’d have to say the Mojave’s not a bad value for the money.