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Cortech Adrenaline Leather Jacket

  • Constructed using 1.2-1.4mm of top grade, drum dyed cowhide leather with a combination of perforated and non-perforated panels
  • Removable, CE-approved shoulder and elbow protectors with a triple-density back protector
  • Accordion-style expansion panels at shoulders, elbows and waist for increased flexibility and a performance fit
  • Heavy duty, 600 denier stretch nylon panels in the arms for ease of movement
  • TPU molded and stainless steel external armor in the shoulders and elbows offers increased protection
  • Rotated sleeves for a performance fit in the riding position
  • Cuffs feature a spring-loaded zipper pull to eliminate flapping
  • Triple-stitched with high strength, bonded nylon thread 
  • Adjustable waist belts help to fine tune the fit
  • Removable, insulated vest provides warmth and includes a zippered chest pocket
  • Features a full-circumference, jacket-to-pant attachment zipper and an 8-inch pant zipper 
  • Soft Neoprene collar for added comfort
  • Zippered chest mesh liner pocket
  • Zippered hand pockets feature a mesh liner and can double as vents when open
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Cortech Adrenaline Leather Jacket 4.6 5 10 10
Not very often a piece of clothing fits this well!! I read all the reviews I could on this jacket, and there were a lot. When I received the jacket I was prepared for a little disappointment but I was wrong. This jacket is everything I hoped it would be. It fits me like a glove! The sizing is perfect (I'm 180cm, 87kg, somewhat athletic build) and the medium was a perfect fit. I love the way the jacket fits across my chest but still hugs my waist, and yet I can lean forward comfortably to the handlebars in complete comfort. it's snug when zipped up to the wrist. The quality of jacket is very high, and the leather smells great. The protective pads sit well and you barely know they are there. The only issue I have is on the left wrist, with pressure on my watch when the jacket is zipped up to the wrist. It could use just a smidge more space where your watch sits on your left wrist. October 13, 2014
great jacket try to fit for me. has extra liner for cold days. It still gets hot in hot weather just like any leather jacket. but I feel very protected. looks great. May 14, 2014
Crash Tested Had the unfortunate chance to crash test this jacket just a few weeks after purchase in a 30mph lowside. The armor inserts absolutely saved me from an elbow and collarbone fracture, absorbed a majority of the impact force (my left knee abosorbed the rest, which, unfortuately, was not padded -_-). Leather is super tough, you can barely tell I took a spill in it unless you look at the scraped up steel sliders on the elbow and shoulders. Very breathable jacket; I daresay even a bit too much for a chilly morning. But as far as awesome protection in hot weather, hands down, it is a great way to go. Only real cons: I am tall, and, like most clothing for people with long limbs, I had to buy a 2XL jacket just so the sleeves would reach my wrists, which made the belly area a bit looser than I would have liked. Still a far better fit than euro style jackets are on us tall folk, but for this price, I wish companies would offer "Tall" options with their jackets so they fit properly. Other con: FRONT ZIPPER. What a pain it is. Not really enough to dock it more than 1 star, but what a pain it is to get it zipped up without catching. Like a 2-3 minute long affair. So frustrating. As far as styling, I really liked that this jacket didn't have silly logos all over it; just a nice clean look. Got a lot of compliments on it (even after I crashed). Overall, I would absolutely buy this jacket again April 28, 2014
Great looking jacket Jacket is very well made, the leather is heavy and it feels really solid. It also is a bit heavy, but that's what you expect with all the features and the quality of leather. The jacket for sure makes you feel more secure so you can push that speed up just a bit more ;) March 12, 2014
Great price, style, protection. Terrible zippers. The Jacket seems good and I hope it holds up well, the matching pants already had a few loose threads with 2 weeks of wear, but I don't think there are any on the jacket yet *fingers crossed*. If it does stand the test of time then it's a great jacket except for the ZIPPERS! The zippers are pretty much garbage. They're plastic and get snagged really bad really often. I can't zip the jacket to the pants by myself because it snags so bad and I attempted it several times. I either have to have someone zip them together for me, which everyone has had trouble doing, or zip it all together and climb into it like a one-piece suit. The main zipper is also bad and it took me a little while to figure out, there are certain spots you have to pull while zipping to keep the zipper from snagging, definitely a two-hand job. The armor seems good and I feel safe riding in this. Tons of airflow so I think I will be good to go in through the Kentucky summer. The style is awesome, and I think it's one of the best looking jackets out there. Overall as long as it holds up I love the jacket, especially for the price and I would recommend it to my friends. I can live with the terrible zippers. February 3, 2014
1 month after owning this jacket it is still perfect! The fit is true to size 44 lg, the zippers on the sleeves can sometimes ride up a little bit. That is a simple fix by getting some longer gloves that cover the wrists. Overall for the price you really cant go wrong for the price and the color scheme looks great with the white and red. simple and sharp. Back padding is a joke but is a simple fix with spine protection vest, on the out side of the jacket. last things last is it gets a kinda cold on the mornings or overcast/rainy days with so much of the leather being perforated. I have to wear a thin jacket underneath the jacket and its only November in so cal. But Rev Zilla came through with a solid product once again! November 28, 2013
Great look meets great function The fit of the XL on my 6'2" 195 lb frame was good. It is a snug fit but that's how I like the feel. The mesh leather breathes great when I ride in California weather and I'm still comfortable when the sun goes down. The armor feels good on the shoulders & elbows. And I've lost count on how many complements the jacket gets when walking around. Using this for over 3 months consistently, I am still very happy and can justify the Excellent ratings I've given. September 19, 2013
great jacket, great style, just remember to wear long sleeves in colder weather I bought this jacket a few months ago, and so far it's been a solid 4/5 star purchase. Background: I live in Los Angeles, bought the jacket at the end of June, and am now writing this review in the beginning of September. I usually wear the jacket with some basic gloves I got at the bike dealership, a t-shirt, and jeans. I'll also say that I just started riding at the end of June. Oh, and I'm 5'7", 165 pounds, and I have a 41.5" chest (bought the 42"). And I got it in red, which is pretty true to color as shown in the pictures. Pros: - The protection seems pretty legitimate. The shoulder pads are heavy duty, as are the elbow pads, and as described in the video there's a forearm pad as well, which I think is made out of some sort of plastic. There's also a slot for a legitimate back insert, although I'm not sure which one would be the best fit (it's not a weird slot or anything, I just don't know about these things). - The look is awesome. Very aggressive, and when you wear it with jeans you kinda look like a badass. Definitely the right look for someone with a street bike. - Pretty top notch quality. The leather seems high grade, it's put together very well and seems very durable. Again the padding is also solid, and overall it seems like the kind of jacket that I could easily wear for 10+ years. Maybe some of the $650+ jackets are even better, I don't know, but there's no trace of this being a 'bargin item'. And at $323 it really isn't. - Great for protection in fairly hot weather. The perforations in the leather are huge, so even on a hot day when you're riding around you're comfortable. - Solid amount of pockets. There are two on the sides, one 'chest' pocket on the inner left side (left side if you have it on), and then there's a fourth vertical zipper pocket also on the left side just inside of the main jacket zipper. That's where I put my cell phone. Overall I keep a decent amount of stuff in my pocket and it seems to work out. - Nice shape. It's decently roomy in the chest, and not too tall of a jacket either. This isn't one of those jackets that only fits if you're a twiggy European dude; it seems like you get away with it fitting even if you had a little bit of a gut. That said though, it's still a nice snug fit. - The stretchy material is great around the underarms. I definitely don't feel constricted in my movements when I ride. I think they have it around the elbows as well. - Bottom back has a nice pad, which is dually beneficial for protection, and the guy behind you not seeing your butt crack. Cons: - The perforations are huge. The pictures do it justice to some extent if you zoom in, but for a new rider it's just wasn't something I was considering. For reference, they're about the thickness of the thickest string on an acoustic guitar (each hole). This potentially presents a couple of problems. For one, while it hasn't rained in LA since I got the bike, I'd imagine it's about the farthest thing from waterproof save for maybe a fleece sweater. More importantly though, it's only really comfortable to ride with just a shirt underneath during the day. At night, it's pretty cold. And again, I'm in LA, so the temperature outside at night is probably around the low to mid 60s, and I went to school in Indiana so I'm no stranger to cold weather. There's an insert that you can put in (or leave in, I took mine out initially), but it's only a vest, no sleeves. Anyway long story short, if you live up north, don't expect this thing to last you much into Fall from a comfort/warmth perspective. - The sleeve edges are thin mesh inside. Sometimes I forget to strap up my gloves immediately, and then the velcro gets attached to the lining, and it's starting to fray now. Would have been a nice feature to put nylon around the edge of the inner sleeves. - The inner 'chest' pocket zipper is not very stable. Again, the lining is that thin mesh, so when you pull on the zipper the lining comes with you instead of the zipper opening. So you need 2 hands to open that pocket. - It's very heavy. Even though it's not 'winter heavy', it definitely is not the easiest thing to carry around. That's also partly due to the fact that, because of the arm/elbow padding, you can't just fold it half and then drape it around your forearm. It doesn't bend that way. You kinda just have to carry it at your side. Not a huge deal, but a minor inconvenience. - I've seen sleeve zippers that lock in place, and this jacket doesn't have that. Even if you close them all the way, with thick gloves on underneath it opens back up a little. I worry with this, that if I crashed, the sleeves might pull back and my forearms might meet the pavement. That's all speculation though. - Pocket distribution favors the left side, not balanced. Also, I wish the vertical zipper inner pocket had one of those pockets where you could still control your smart phone touch screen. Overall: Look no jacket is going to be perfect unless you pay a ridiculous price for it (and even then each jacket is built for certain purpose). Will this be the only jacket I ever buy? No chance. But, I do think it was the best purchase for the money. If this is right at your price range, don't hesitate. It's a great jacket, it's looks awesome, it's seems solid, and it'll last you in the specific circumstances I mentioned above (hotter weather riding). But, for another $100 or so, I might have taken another look at the Dianese Cage jacket. Although that jacket is very black, and this one is more for Summer riding, so maybe I need to get both... September 3, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
George L: I wanted a perf leather with good protection. This one has it on the inside and the outside. Very comfortable on warm days. Not bad with the liner at 50-60 degrees. Also I liked the color combo(blue black white) Oct 5, 2014
Tim S: Price vs protection provided and reputation of product Aug 19, 2014
Olexiy K: Great looking jacket, shoulder and elbow protection, leather, not too hot. Aug 8, 2014
Michael G: Good reviews. Good pricing for a full leather and well armored jacket. Got it now and love it. Aug 6, 2014
Bryan C: Best features for the price, hard to find a jacket with a 360* Pant attachment as well as stainless sliders. May 27, 2014
Mark W: Good Price Point, qualty product reviews. May 12, 2014
EDSON T: looks great!! Oct 1, 2013
S T: Liked the style, the abundance of protective features and the price, but the fit was not there for me to be able to keep them. Not enough room in the shoulders and since I was only gong to be wearing a T shirt underneath there was an irritating, scratchy material on the back of my neck that I could not ameliorate. Ultimatelly I had to return these and order a different brand of perforated leather jacket which I hope will be suitable for my purposes. Sep 12, 2013
A shopper asked: I'm looking at buying this jacket although I'm not sure what size I should get. I'm about 5-11 and have a 35 inch chest. What size is recommended? Dec 4, 2013
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Tyler H: I would recommend either a medium or large. I'm 6'2" and bought an XL, and that's even a little tight. Dec 4, 2013
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EDSON T: You should get small or x sm, I have 41 in chest with 42 in belly I got large, I tried M, was ok on chest but sm on my belly. I am 5-5,155 lbs 41 chest.Hope that help. Dec 4, 2013
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Jeremy M: Hello,
I am 5-11 and 77kg athletic and i picked a 44 (large) and It's perfect for me even with a hoody.

Dec 4, 2013
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Christopher H asked: Which after market CE back pad can be swapped into this jacket? I noticed that Cortech, like it's parent company Tourmaster love their phallic shaped back pads and there really aren't any that seem to fit the same shape. Also, the back pad opening isn't nearly as big as the pad, so the after market pad would need to be able to be folded up in order to get it into the back pad pouch. Jul 22, 2014
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Boris S: @ Christopher. I have a size Medium jacket and the Klim T5 D3O back protector (http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/klim-d3o-viper-t5-pro-back-protector) fit in the slot with absolutely no modifications or cutting. Enjoy! Jul 22, 2014
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Boris S: I have a size medium jacket myself. The Klim T5 D3O back protector (http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/klim-d3o-viper-t5-pro-back-protector) fit into the slot with absolutely no cutting or modifications necessary. Jul 22, 2014
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A S asked: Is the "triple-demsity back protector" removable/upgradeable? Jun 29, 2014
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Boris S: I have a size medium jacket and the Klim T5 D3O back protector (http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/klim-d3o-viper-t5-pro-back-protector) fit in the slot with absolutely no cutting. Overall it's a great jacket, you will not be disappointed. Jul 22, 2014
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Alex B: Yes it is completely removable/upgradable Jul 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have just purchased this wonderful jacket. I am 6'11 and 220lb, so I got XL and it is just a little bit tight for me, but I hope it will brake in soon and be more comfortable. However, the back protection looks kinda weak to me. Does anyone can recommend a good spine protection replacement for this jacket? Apr 25, 2014
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Boris S: I have a size medium jacket myself. The Klim T5 D3O back protector (http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/klim-d3o-viper-t5-pro-back-protector) fit into the slot with absolutely no cutting or modifications necessary. Jul 22, 2014
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Isaac A: I just got the tryonic 3.7 or whatever it's called. It's a strap-on, but it'll offer better protection and only takes a few extra seconds to put on. Apr 26, 2014
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destin s asked: I just bought this in class and the sleeve and chest fit is good but it is kind of short. Would the class be any longer? I have a fairly long torso. Feb 14, 2014
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Hector G: Since I'm fairly new to the motorcycle world, I can only comment somewhat.
I purchased the large size of this jacket and it fits good and I would agree that the torso length is a bit short, it stops shortly above my belt. From what I can tell and the videos I've seen this design is the norm for motorcycle jackets. I also looked at the "Cortech GX Sport Air 3.0 Mesh Jacket" and they carry the LG (Tall) sizes which correct me if I'm wrong, keep the same measurements as the LG size, but are longer in the torso area. But there was no option for the tall size for this jacket. Hope this helps!
Feb 14, 2014
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destin s: Sorry. Large and xl not class. Auto correct is dumb :) Feb 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: how aggressive is the fit of this jacket? i ride street, i recently tried the AGV Sport Laguna and it was to "GP-Style" for me. i want a warm jacket in the winter, but cool enough in the summer, that i can wear off the bike comfortably and loose, without looking like a GP racer with the speed hump. Feb 3, 2013
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RevZilla: The Cortech Adrenaline Leather Jacket has an extremely similar fit (sporty/ aggressive) to the AGV Sport Laguna Leather Jacket but without the GP-Style Speed Hump. If you haven't already, take a look at Anthony's video breakdown; don't let Peter's forlorn look affect your decision. He's smiling on the inside. Feb 4, 2013
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A S: Hi I'm 181cm and 84kg I usually wear 50 which siZe should I get Apr 6, 2014
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A S asked: Hi there --

I really like the cortech adrenaline jacket leather jacket but the price point is a little high for me at the moment.

Is there a similar option that you would recommend that is a bit more affordable. something that is still leather with CE armor and comes in black?

I am 5'7" and somewhere between a small and medium. I tried on a 42" at a shop and everything fit well except the elbow armor pads were a bit low on me.

Thanks so much!

Oct 22, 2013
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David H: Alex,

As far as other jackets and their fits I cannot give any advice; however, I did purchase the cortech adrenaline jacket and I really like it. I'm 5'9" 165lbs, medium build. I got their medium size and it fits right everwhere. Living in Alaska though I wish I had purchased one that was not perforated. It's get really freakin cold here.

I surfed for a bunch of options before I settled on the cortech. I actually prefered some of Joe Rocket and Icon's stuff, but they didnt have my sizes, etc. Hope that helps

Oct 22, 2013
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Cortech Men's Jacket Sizing:

Size Chest (in) Waist (in) Sleeve (in) Height
XS 36 29.5 25 5'7"-5'9"
SM 38 31.5 25.5 5'9"-5'10"
MD 40 33.5 26 5'10"-5'11"
LG 42 35.5 26.5 5'11"-6'
XL 44 37.5 27 6'-6'1"
2XL 48 41.5 27.5 6'1"-6'3"
3XL 51 44.5 27.5 6'3"-6'4"
4XL 54 47.5 28 6'4"-6'5"

Tall Sizing:

Size Chest (in) Waist (in) Sleeve (in) Height
MD (Tall) 40 33.5 28 6'-6'1"
LG (Tall) 42 35.5 28.5 6'1"-6'2"
XL (Tall) 44 37.5 29 6'2"-6'3"
2XL (Tall) 48 41.5 29.5 6'3"-6'4"
3XL (Tall) 51 44.5 29.5 6'4"-6'5"

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full Cortech Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / SM 839201 8971-0105-04 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Black / MD 839202 8971-0105-05 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Black / LG 839203 8971-0105-06 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / XL 839204 8971-0105-07 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 2XL 839205 8971-0105-08 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
White/Red / SM 839191 8971-0101-04 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
White/Red / MD 839192 8971-0101-05 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
White/Red / LG 839193 8971-0101-06 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Red / XL 839194 8971-0101-07 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Red / 2XL 839195 8971-0101-08 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
White/Blue / SM 839196 8971-0102-04 Out of Stock
White/Blue / MD 839197 8971-0102-05 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Blue / LG 839198 8971-0102-06 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
White/Blue / XL 839199 8971-0102-07 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Blue / 2XL 839200 8971-0102-08 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days