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I agree guys still get the coolest looking stuff that is made great. If companies would just alter exactly what they make them to fit females, that would be perfect. I look for USA-made like Vanson Leathers.

Another leather jacket I love is Lewis Leather made in Britain but I don't think they provide the protective inserts for riding. I have a 1978 Yamaha xs750e and don't want Harley clothes because they aren't made well. I just sold a pair of Harley boots on eBay that were made in China. I wear my Belleville flight deck boots instead. That is my two cents, just to let you know there are some different opinions.

Nicole
San Diego, CA
Wednesday, May 3, 2017
I have been riding since 1979 and I have seen minimal changes regarding riding gear. I have had to wear men's clothing since I started riding and until recently did not have many choices.

I am 6 feet tall and I am not a minority among women. I also wear a size 12 narrow boot. I have had merchandisers tell me to my face they can fit me, but so far no one can. Like I said, I am not the only tall woman with larger feet. One of these years us 6-footers will be able to stop wearing men's clothing.

Harley has a better choice of clothing, but my motorcycle of choice has been Honda, Kawasaki, Triumph, and Can Am. Maybe by the time I am 80!

Nancy Ihasz
Ocala, FL
Thursday, April 6, 2017
I have the same problem with skiing that I do with riding a motorcycle; men have the lion's share of the heavy-duty gear/apparel choices. I would rather buy something once and not have to replace it, and look forward to the day when "Women" on the tag means it will last as long as the men's version. And I love pink, but it isn't in my color scheme for riding.

Cheri Knight
Greenfield, MA
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Tell them women who ride Hondas and Yamahas and Suzukis, etc. want boots, jackets, and other accessories like Harley has. Everything that looks good says Harley-Davidson.

Jeanne
Gilead, ME
Sunday, March 19, 2017
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