American Made Lazy Boy Jacket For the Café Crowd

The new “Lazy Boy” jacket by Roland Sands Design is as inviting as a well broken-in Barcalounger… and even more comfortable.

The Lazy Boy blends Racer fit and function with the durability and comfort of a heavy cotton duck fabric. An added benefit of the 14.75 oz. duck material is the fact that it is water-repellent, yet breathable — perfect for summer time riding

“We wanted a jacket that was simple and breathable to keep those summer rides cool,” explains designer Roland Sands. “Yet it still had to provide a measure of protection and fit like a proper café-style jacket. The Lazy Boy was the result.” Another great feature, it is made in America.

Function follows form and true to its roots, a café shorty-style snap collar, rotated pre-curved sleeves, zip-up cuffs and dropped back panel were all incorporated into the design brief.

“With the chest pockets, shoulder pocket and an additional soft-lined electronics pocket inside, there is plenty of room to stash everything you need.” says Sands. A touch of color comes from the red satin liner, but the choice of black and khaki exteriors keeps it subtle. Made in the USA. $260. The Lazy Boy at Roland Sands Design.

12 Responses to “American Made Lazy Boy Jacket For the Café Crowd”

  1. 1 Cantrell Jun 17th, 2012 at 10:32 am

    Does it have an inside pocket that will hold a full size 1911 .45 calber pistol?


  2. 2 J. H. Jun 17th, 2012 at 11:05 am

    With all the states with CC licences it’s not a bad idea, and if you contact Roland he could probably accomadate you, he sure designs some innovative products, unlike Paul Jr. and Sr. none of my friends would be caught dead with any of their crap.

  3. 3 clintp22 Jun 17th, 2012 at 11:25 am

    @Cantrell. You should google Lee Bruns or check a couple of issues back in The Horse Backstreet Choppers Mag. Duckcloth Made in the U.S. to order with concealed carry pocket and several rave reviews in backtalk on thehorsebc website. I like RSD products but he makes a good living off of the bike world as is and Lee beat him to the punch on this one a long time ago.


  4. 4 Cantrell Jun 17th, 2012 at 12:27 pm

    J.H, clintp22, Thanks for the tips. I will check into it. Actually I need a two gun jacket as I truly believe in the Chicago reload plan. Now clintp22, I hope that 22 doesn’t mean you’re carrying a .22. I’m up for anything from a .38 special or bigger. Close to 45 years of carrying legally and not so legally I have fondled them all and never felt under gunned. Carry what the cops carry was advise I got many years ago and it still rings true. Thanks again. Stay safe.


  5. 5 Sollis Jun 17th, 2012 at 1:25 pm

    I didn’t know that dxxk measuring could be done over a jacket lol

  6. 6 Rodent Jun 17th, 2012 at 2:02 pm

    Levi Strauss makes a small line of 501’s in El Lay, Ca priced at 190 @ pr

  7. 7 Oldude Jun 18th, 2012 at 6:28 am

    HOW MUCH??????????

  8. 8 Shifter Jun 18th, 2012 at 6:35 am

    Olddude. It’s written at the end of the article. $260.

  9. 9 calif phil Jun 18th, 2012 at 8:35 am

    I want one. I love to see that Red White and Blue lable inside.

  10. 10 Sara Brown Jun 18th, 2012 at 8:50 am

    Handsome , practical and very laid back …like it !

  11. 11 Sue Jun 18th, 2012 at 10:56 am

    No armor? Not even pockets for amor? Studies show armor is more protective in a crash that any fabric the jacket is made of.

  12. 12 Jeff Jun 19th, 2012 at 9:50 am

    Not true Sue. A lot of inserted armor is just foam padding that would wear through in 5 feet of sliding.

    But I share in your disappointment that this jacket seems to have no protective properties at all.

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