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Using a measuring tape, measure around the widest part of your neck.
Measure from shoulder to shoulder. Make sure to keep the tape horizontal.
Measure around the widest part of your chest. Make sure to keep the tape horizontal.
Measure around the fullest part of your high hips just below your belt line.
Measure from shoulder point to wrist.
|Neck||18 3/4"||19 1/4"||19 3/4"||20 1/4"||
|Shoulders||18 1/2"||19"||19 1/2"||20"||20 1/2"||21"|
|Bottom Opening||43"||45"||47"||49"||51"||53 1/2"|
|Sleeve Length||25 1/2"||26"||26 1/2"||27"||27 1/2"||28"|
**Please note: These are garment measurements**
If your body measures the same as the garment, you will need to order the next size up.
Tobacco Motorwear is all about blending form and function to bring motorcycle riders the most stylish protective clothing possible. We have an outstanding track record of successful kickstarter projects that start with our belief you shouldn't have to sacrifice style for safety. The McCoy Jacket lives up to that same standard.
Like good denim and leather, waxed canvas ages extremely well, as you wear it, your McCoy jacket will develops a patina and wear marks 100% unique to you.
The inside is lined with soft, yet durable flannel and breathable satin poly in the sleeves that wick moisture away from the skin and help regulate your temperature.
As a rider, you can never have enough cargo space in your jacket. The McCoy has 8 large pockets throughout. Four large bucket pockets in front. Two hand pockets. And two zippered inside pockets.Add to Cart ▸
Tall people struggle to find gear that fits. If a jacket fits in the body, the sleeves are never long enough, and if they size up to get longer sleeves, the body winds up fitting like a trash bag. Tobacco has a solution for you! You can add sleeve extensions to your pledge and have a finished cuff added to the McCoy sleeve, giving you that extra length you need without sacrificing the tailored fit through the body.
Every detail of the jacket has been considered, from YKK zippers, to rubberized anti-scratch snaps, to the genuine lambskin accents, its a jacket you will be proud of to wear for years to come.Add to Cart ▸
Cinch belts on the sides allow you to adjust your jacket for the perfect fit. No more flapping collar or awkward fastening! A hidden magnet in the collar holds it securely in place and you don’t have to try to fasten it down on the fly.
For warmer days the jacket sleeves can be opened up at the wrists to increase airflow... as well as underarm mesh vents... complete with wheatherproof zippers. The center zipper can also be left undone to allow air to enter under the weather flap.
The McCoy comes with five built in pockets for removable D3O® armor in the elbows, shoulders and back. D3O® is famous for their low profile, light weight, flexible and comfortable armor products that can really take a hit if they have to.
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The Mccoy jacket is everything I wanted it to be. The canvas is stiff yet super pliable, super well made and my wife says it looks like it was tailored to fit. Ended up adding the sleeve extensions because not only do I have long arms I love my apehangers, now I'm totally covered. Worth every penny. I've got tons of Tobacco gear and ill keep coming back.
Best jacket I’ve ever owned!
I bought the jacket for a gift and gave it to my son. He loved it and the fit was perfect. Thanks.
Tabacco riding gear simply works. Low profile structure sturdy craftsmanship and confidence inspiring. I like the fact I don't look like a road pirate poser.
The McCoy is definitely a quality made MC jacket. I’m impressed with the fit and workmanship that went into the design! Live the casual and functional style.
Excellent! I currently wear a pair of tobacco boots, that I am extremely happy with. They are a perfect fit, very burly, but also flexible. I actually wear them to work. I also have a pair of Ironsides in blue. These jeans are the only jeans I wear when I’m on a motorcycle. I don’t even feel the protection and after about three months of wearing they have completely broken in and feel great. In the winter time, I have enough room to put a base layer on to keep warm. Perfect jeans, I also just recently purchased a new jacket. I should probably leave a separate review. The McCoy jacket is incredible. It’s warm, well ventilated super comfortable. This jacket has replaced my leather. I will wear nothing else but tobacco.
For starters, this jacket looks really really cool. My wife absolutely loves it on me! The waxed canvas definitely has a break in period and has a funny feel to it if you're not used to this kind of material. Every component of this jacket it top notch quality. Finally, someone actually put some thought into a design that work for you! Really clever and subtle things keep surprising me. Very useful pockets, zippers, buttons and more are all well thought out and well placed. I already have a set of D30 armor, and it all fits very nicely and is very comfortable with a full set of pads installed. I was really worried about this before buying because my other jacket(s) are horribly uncomfortable with the armor installed. My only gripe that I can come up with is the range of motion with the armor installed. I ride a Sportster and the bars are stock and are not raised at all but with the shoulder pads in, my motion is noticably strained. Not sure if there's a design improvement that can be made or not, so I don't ride with the shoulder pads in. Not really super happy about riding less protected, but I'll take range of motion for now. The only reason I'm comfortable with this is because, in the event of a wreck, I know the fabric would hold up and protect from getting any ort of road rash. As far as sizing goes, I'm 6' 200lbs. I ordered a large and it fits really well. The sleeve length is great for wearing, and I bought the sleeve extensions (haven't installed them yet). Sleeve length with armor is a bit tighter and rides the wrists more than without. Admittedly, this might just be a sizing issue, but the jacket fits so well without the armor that I don't want to attempt an exchange. This is a great jacket. If you're on the fence about it, please take this review and recommendation from a highly satisfied customer to grab one of your own. The customer service is great, they were prompt with answering a handful of questions I had prior to purchase. I want to post that here because it's really easy for companies these days to get away with garbage service. I know these guys have my back, pun intended! Okay, I can keep going, but it's best if you just add to cart and see for yourself. Quality 10/10 Customer service 10/10 Features 10/10 Size (w/o armor) 10/10 Size (w/armor) 8/10 Aesthetic 10/10 Heads turned, too many to count. Recommend to a friend and to anyone reading this? Yes, absolutely yes.
I was waiting for my McCoy with great espectations but the sizing has dissapointed me to the point I`m considering selling my McCoy to invest in other jacket. I ordered an M size that fits like an "S", I didn`t try to change my jacket because I live in Europe and the shipping and taxes are very expensive.
This jacket is really nice. I was surprised I had to go up a size to 3 XL but it is the right size and their customer service really helped me make sure. They are excellent at replying through email and extremely helpful. I am very happy with my purchase and already decided to get the shirt jac. The McCoy's venting helps but I think it will shine more when it gets cooler.
I ride year round in Oregon and was wanting The McCoy to serve me in the colder months. One of the great benefits of TMC gear is that it functions well as riding gear and you can jump off the bike, go to work or downtown and look great. I was keeping my heavy leather jacket on the bike at the airport and had another jacket for work. No more of the with The McCoy! The functionality is great. The adjustments on the side allow for slim riders to cinch it in and larger riders to modify accordingly.The zippers cuffs are nice to keep the cold air out and work to let in some air when it get warm. I was skeptical about the small vents; however, they work great. After riding on the coast in the cool mornings, the vents came in handy in the afternoon as I entered the valley temperatures. While the weather has been warmer here in the PNW, I have hit rain a couple of times and the jacket did its job as the water simply beaded right off. If it was hard rain, I'd likely still use my rain gear. The armor is easy to take in and out (e.g. you don't need to turn it inside out to install and remove) and doesn't add too much bulk. Small touches, like the vents and magnetic neck strap are classic TMC and demonstrate the company's attention to detail. Finally, TMC charges a premium for a product that always exceeds my expectations. When you combine the quality of the product, the protection it provides, along with it's functionality, TMC is a great value.