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Cancer has become an industry. Sadly, a cure would put too many out of a job. My mom died of cancer and I get it but I won't buy the "Pink" stuff unless I really want the item.

I would really like to buy a jacket and pants that protect me but at size 16, there is really not much to fit this grandma. I like the style of the above, but I choose safety over looking good.

Harley gear is made for teenagers and younger women. Short of sewing it myself, I just make do with what I already have. Maybe one day.

Alice
Prince George, BC, Canada
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
The HD jacket I purchase has the built in sections to add armor, but it unfortunately did not come with any.

I also am very anti-pink, but I think this was done very well. It is just enough pink that it is not in your face.

Cyn
Culpeper, VA
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Where's the armor? Who needs stupid thumb holes? Seems like a pretty pricey jacket without armor. Possibly to fund the cancer awareness. Which, by the way, after years and years and years of "study," and billions of dollars spent on "research"' we are no better off. No thanks.

Marilyn
Norco, CA
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
I ride a Harley Sportster and I agree with Gail, there should be some armor happening in this jacket for the price. I get tired of all the over branding and high price tags of anything Harley.

Tracy
Harpswell, ME
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
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