Women's Motorcycle Jackets

Our collection of women's motorcycle jackets exceeds all expectations in terms of comfort and style. With guaranteed CE-rated shoulder and elbow protection, our leather and textile motorcycle jackets have proven successful in the market. Shop MotoGirl and REV'IT! women's motorcycle jackets below.


We offer FREE shipping within Australia on orders over $250 AUD.

For Australian orders less than $250 AUD, we charge a flat rate of $10.

Express Post is available at $20.

We ship using Australia Post.


We also ship internationally to all corners of the earth, including the USA, Canada, UK, Asia, Europe, and more.

Use our Shipping Estimator after adding everything to your cart, to find out the shipping cost to your country.

You'll be responsible for any import duties charged by your country.

For most products, you'll see the availability of each variant above the Buy button.

If your item is showing as backordered, this means that we do not have that variant on-hand in our store.

If you order a backordered item, we will order it in from the supplier.

If the item is backordered with the supplier as well (which rarely happens) we will be in contact with an estimated restock date.

Please allow 7-10 days for your backordered item to be dispatched from our store.

If you need the item by a particular date, please understand that there are factors outside of our control that affect arrival times of backorders.

Please email us if you're ever unsure so that we can advise of an appropriate alternative.

Dispatch of In-Stock Items

Dispatch of any goods we have in stock is generally within 24-48 hours with exceptions for public holidays.

Dispatch of Backordered Items

Assuming the supplier has the item in stock, here are the following timelines for each brand, from the day you place an order with us. We included the location where each brand is based.

MotoGirl / MotoBull (UK): 7-10 days
REV'IT! (Sydney, AUS): 1-3 days
AGV and TCX (Melbourne, AUS): 2-3 days
Camino Motorwear (Sydney, AUS): 2-5 days
Nemean Clothing (Melbourne, AUS): 1-3 days
Black Arrow Moto (Hobart, AUS): 5-7 days

We are committed to your satisfaction. If you need to exchange or refund, you can do so within 30 days of purchase.

All items need to be in brand new condition with tags, armour (if applicable) and all relevant packaging.

The buyer is responsible for the cost of shipping back to us.

Please note we cannot exchange or refund the following items:

  • All clearance items
  • Helmets
  • Bike maintenance products such as Motul or Muc-Off cleaners, lubes, and oil

At Peak Moto, we've made concerted efforts to ensure that our product images accurately represent their true colors.

Due to the inherent variability of our screens and the subjective nature of perception, we cannot guarantee that the colour you perceive on your screen perfectly matches the actual hue of the product.

To back up the quality of the products we stock, we offer a 12-month warranty on all products in our store from the date of purchase, even if the manufacturer's warranty is shorter.

We'll need photos of the item and details of what happened to cause it.

Manufacturing defects include unravelling stitching, stuck or broken zippers, or premature detaching of parts.

Warranty does not cover discolouration, wear from normal use, normal breakdown of materials, or damaged caused by misuse or a crash.

Women's Motorcycle Jackets

What's the difference between leather and textile motorcycle jackets?

Leather and textile motorcycle jackets are the two primary types of jackets available for riders, and each has its own set of advantages and characteristics. Here are the main differences between leather and textile motorcycle jackets:

1. Material:

  • Leather Jackets: As the name suggests, leather jackets are made from animal hide, typically cowhide or buffalo hide. Leather is known for its excellent abrasion resistance, making it a popular choice for motorcycle jackets due to its ability to protect the rider in case of a slide or fall.
  • Textile Jackets: Textile jackets are made from synthetic materials such as nylon, polyester, Cordura, or a combination of these fabrics. High-quality textile jackets are designed to provide good abrasion resistance while also offering other features like flexibility, breathability, and waterproofing.

2. Abrasion Resistance:

  • Leather Jackets: Leather is renowned for its natural abrasion resistance, which is one of its key advantages. In the event of a slide or contact with the road, leather jackets can offer excellent protection, often preventing or minimizing road rash.
  • Textile Jackets: Modern textile jackets use advanced materials and weaving techniques to provide substantial abrasion resistance, although it may not match the level of protection offered by leather. However, some high-quality textile jackets with reinforced areas can still provide good protection.

3. Comfort and Flexibility:

  • Leather Jackets: Leather jackets can be stiff initially, but they tend to mold to the rider's body over time, becoming more comfortable and personalized with each use. However, they may not offer the same level of flexibility as textile jackets, especially when it comes to certain riding positions.
  • Textile Jackets: Textile jackets are often more flexible and comfortable right out of the box. They allow for a wider range of motion, which can be beneficial during long rides or for riders who require greater flexibility.

4. Weather Resistance:

  • Leather Jackets: Traditional leather jackets are not inherently waterproof and may require special treatments to repel water. They are more suitable for fair weather or can be used in conjunction with rain gear during wet conditions.
  • Textile Jackets: Many textile jackets come with water-resistant or waterproof membranes, providing better protection against rain and moisture. They are often a preferred choice for riders who frequently encounter variable weather conditions.

5. Weight:

  • Leather Jackets: Leather jackets are typically heavier than textile jackets due to the density of the leather material.
  • Textile Jackets: Textile jackets are generally lighter in weight, which can be advantageous for riders who prefer a less restrictive feel or for long-distance riding.

6. Style and Appearance:

  • Leather Jackets: Leather jackets are classic and timeless, often associated with a rugged and iconic biker look. They may be preferred by riders who appreciate a more traditional motorcycle aesthetic.
  • Textile Jackets: Textile jackets offer more design possibilities and may come in various colors and styles, making them a versatile choice for riders who want a jacket that suits their individual style.

In conclusion, both leather and textile motorcycle jackets have their own strengths and cater to different riding preferences and needs. It's essential to consider factors such as protection, comfort, weather conditions, and personal style when choosing between the two options. Ultimately, selecting the right jacket comes down to finding the best balance of features that align with your riding habits and preferences.