River Road Leather Vest Comparison – Brute, Harrier & Vandal Vests

River Road has created a line of leather motorcycle vests that have a Designated Holster Pocket. Equipped with two elastic straps to hold your piece in the proper position within the pocket and conveniently located on the inside left, these vests are perfect for those guys who don’t leave home without it. Another unique feature of all three of these River Road Leather Vests is the large zipper opening, located on the inside back of the full liner, that allows access to the smooth one-piece leather back panel so patches can be added without your liner being sewn down.




In contrast to the above unique features these vests share, they all have different personalities on the outside so you can find what suits you the best. The River Road Brute Leather Vest  (left) is a modern biker vest that features power stretch panels for mobility and five other pockets for all your essentials, while the River Road Harrier Leather Tac Vest  (below) is a contemporary tactical styled vest with three adjustable straps on each side for a precise fit and additional storage on the inside.





Not to disappoint there’s the classically styled River Road Vandal Leather Vest  (below) that has two jean styled front pockets with a sunglasses pocket on the outside while housing two inner pockets so you can stash all your stuff.





Constructed of durable, comfortable leather, all of these River Road Vests are made to handle whatever you can dish out. So pick which style suits your mood and head on down the highway with your buddies.


To check out all the motorcycle vests we have to offer, plus other motorcycle gear, visit us at CompAcc.Com today!



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