Comparing myself to the size chart: I measure in roughly at a 38” chest measurement. This puts me right in line with the Large size recommendation from RSD. For a looser fit or ability to layer underneath this jacket for cold-weather riding, I would recommend sizing up. If you’d like more sizing insight, I’d recommend watching my YouTube review video so that you can get a more visual understanding of this jacket.
Each jacket that the Roland Sands Design team creates has a slightly different fit. Some are more contoured in certain areas, while others are more relaxed. Across the board, I am typically a size Large in Roland Sands jackets, and that holds true for the Maywood.
Where I notice a tight fitment in this jacket is similar to the Maven: in my shoulders. Unlike the Mia, which I feel is a bit wider in the shoulder area, the Maywood (so many M names!) has a slightly more aggressive fit.
I’ve had the chance to wear the Maywood on a few different motorcycles. Those with lower handlebar setups seemed to be the most comfortable. On bikes with higher handlebars (mid-chest or higher) I did notice slight pinching in the shoulder area. Depending on your physique, and the setup of your motorcycle, you might not feel the same way as I do about the overall fitment.
Currently, the Roland Sands Design Maywood CE Jacket is offered in sizes XS-3XL, and in Black and Marischino color options. You can view the RSD size chart, here.