As the name clearly implies, the Mojave is meant for warm days on the bike.
Built with heavy-duty waxed canvas from Scotland-based Halley-Stevensons, this jacket will resist spits of rain, but it’s not as fully waterproof as other jackets in the Aether Moto lineup.
The jacket features a poly mesh liner in the body to ensure breathability, and when the weather heats up zippered chest, arm, sleeve, and back vents help keep the rider cool and in control
For storage, there are dual-entry hand pockets, an interior zippered pocket, and a zippered back pocket to stash small necessities. A two-way front zipper allows the wearer to adjust the bottom hem while seated. Branded donut snaps with thumb loops on the front placket enable the rider to easily close the jacket with one hand, gloves on or not.
Aether uses D3O armor in all its jackets and the Mojave comes with a full five-piece set—shoulders, elbows and back, featuring the lighter, ventilated LP1 series D3O armor at the elbow and shoulder.
> Heavy duty abrasion-resistant Halley Stevensons cotton canvas
> Poly mesh liner at body
> Poly lining at sleeves
> Padded top edge of collar
> Exposed-zipper chest vents
> Zippered sleeve vents, back vents, underarm vents
> Zippered back stash pocket
> Dual-entry hand pockets
> Lined in mesh for breathability
> #8 two-way center front zipper behind snap placket
> Thumb-loop detail at center front snaps
> Interior zippered pocket with exterior shadow-stitch detail
> New lighter ventilated LP1 series removable D30 armor at elbow and shoulder
> Removable D30 back pad