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Michael B: good looking hi viz mesh jacketApr 24, 2015
Nathan H: Great protection, great visibility, great fit. Could not be happier with this jacket. Even with the liners out of it, the jacket still fits very well. Would recommend to anyone looking for a jacket in this price range.Apr 17, 2015
joshua o: good reviews and the video overview showed me everything i wanted all i need now is a new helmetApr 16, 2015
Christopher D: I was looking for a summer jacket and liked that this one came in tall sizes (as that is what I need). I do wish it came in other colors in tall sizes though.Apr 9, 2015
Alex M: Bought the white jacket. Wanted both a higher viz jacket with good airflow for summer use as well as some removable liners for cooler weather.Apr 6, 2015
J.D. P: I have the Cortech HRX 2 air. It's a great jacket, but too small for me now. Wanted the same flexibility with the two liners.Mar 29, 2015
Robert O: I needed a good multi season riding jacket. This definitely fits the bill with 2 zip-out liners. It looks great on a sportbike or a cruiser. Sizing chart is spot-on. I got the white color scheme to help with heat build-up in warmer weather. A good bang for your buck jacket with a lot of functionality. I would absolutely recommend.Mar 22, 2015
Mark W: looks sharp and comes in tall sizeMay 29, 2014
paul b: one of the few options in a sport bike jacket that came in tall sizes.May 28, 2014
Lee A: Style, colors, visibility, protection, all weather versatilityMay 25, 2014
Mark T: I looked at some of these locally, first the field sheer high temp, nice but bulky. Seemed loose in the upper area. Then I tried the tour master intake, this fit better but seemed more touring style. Last I tried the Cortech GX sport air. Had a nice fit, tapered arms that were not bulky, narrow at the waist but comfortable in the shoulders. The big seller was the style, very sporty!May 24, 2014
D R: Needed a 3 Season jacket. Did tons of research on jackets... landed on this one. Revzilla Rep agreed.
Also, easy Exchange if wrong size.
All my experiences with Revzilla personnel have been nothing but professional and pleasant!May 19, 2014
THOMAS M: Quality, fit, and versitalityMay 9, 2014
W R: I was looking for a versatile warm weather jacket and this one seemed to fit my needs and wants. Revzilla's video return policies made the choice even easier.May 5, 2014
Michael K K: Quality, style, ample features in a mid-range textile mesh jacket.Apr 30, 2014
Nicole G: Accent of reflective material and layers of liners.Apr 19, 2014
Samuel M S: Needed a cool jacket for summer riding. Ready to ride, bring on the nice weather!Mar 20, 2014
Hugh T: Options, design, and reviews sold me on this jacket. I received this jacket today and it's outstanding. Size is accurate based on the sizing chart. Excellent service Revzilla!Mar 19, 2014
Mark T: For the full sleeve liner as opposed to the vest liners in others. Good reflective features. I like the style and shape.Mar 9, 2014
Michael P C: Quality - 3 season use - style - safetyFeb 28, 2014
Marc W: Awesome! Talk about great value! This jacket breathes very well and never feels uncomfortable. Adding the liner when it's cold is simple and takes no time at all with the color coded tabs. I bought the white for better visibility.Jan 19, 2014
ross s: One of the few jackets available in tall sizes. This has the best combination of 3 season flexibility, protection, and breathability for hot weather.Jan 4, 2014
David R: full multiseason usage due to multilayers, cortech/tourmaster is a great value oriented product line, have worn everything from rukka to revit to olympia, and cortech/tourmaster usually ends up being my goto line for daily practical use.Dec 16, 2013
Timothy C:It does have a pocket for a back protector. The one included with the jacket is foam and is not CE rated. I have an older Cortech HRX jacket with a CE rated protected that I slipped into the new jacket. It was not an exact fit as it hangs a little low.
Watch the sizing video. I have historically worn a large jacket but followed the sizing recommendation of the RevZilla video and went with a medium. The medium fits me great. I'm 6'1" and weigh 190.Aug 12, 2013
Nicholas G:There is a pocket for the back protector. It is a Velcro closure line at the back waistline. The back protector is soft foam. The jacket is excellent however. Very good quality. I love it. The elbow and shoulder protectors stay in place very well and overall it feels very well made.
Jeffrey V:Yes, it has a pocket. The supplied pad/protector is pretty much useless. I removed mine and took it with me to a motorcycle shop and used it as a template for purchasing a higher quality protector. This is a quality jacket. You will not be disappointed.Aug 21, 2013
Joseph C:I believe there is no pocket for the back protector. The built in protection is pretty good! The protection is placed in all the right places (shoulders, back, elbows, forearms). The jacket is also very comfortable and does fit the riding position!Aug 12, 2013
Ian G:It has built in back padding, but not a full CE protector. It is compatible with one, there's a place to slide one in. The pads that come with are pretty good, soft but tough. They flow air around them quite well, which is what they were made for. Aug 12, 2013
Dane G:Does not have a pocket for the protector as it is sewn into the jacket. When you wash the jacket you must wash the protector. I would not use this jacket for a track day but it is nice and cool even in the upper 90's.Aug 12, 2013
roger j:You can change out the back protector if you want to. The built-in protector is probably about a medium on the tough scale, it will provide you protection but it is not designed to stop a bullet.Aug 22, 2013
Robert O:I'm from Texas and this jacket would make a good all season jacket. As long as you put the liner in it it's pretty warm above freezing. And it's really breathable and cool in the heat.Mar 11, 2015
Elias G:I have a few jackets and this is one of the warmest ones I own. With all the layers in, it gets plenty warm for me in the fall/ early winter (live in the North East). Hope it helps!Mar 12, 2015
I live in Fort Worth and have owned this jacket for a couple of years. It works great except on the coldest of days. On those days, I wear my 3/4 length jacket. I find the extra length helps. It works well in the Texas heat too.
The trick for cold weather is to use the zip-in rain liner along with the quilted one. That keeps the wind out and allows the quilting to do it's work. This jacket has a zipper across the lower back that you can zip to motorcycle pants. This is helpful on really cold days to prevent a breeze from flowing up your back.
I have been very pleased with the jacket. Out of the five jackets I own, this is the one worn most often.
Elias G:I live in MA and honestly, this is the warmest jacket I own. I wear a few layers and I'm pretty toasty. Before the winter sets in and in early spring, this is the jacket I pull out.May 12, 2015
A shopper asked:I am 6'3 and 150 lbs. Do you guys know what would be the best size jacket for me? Also are there any others you would recommend over this one considering how slim and tall i am?Apr 16, 2015
Kevin F:I @ 5'9, 180 lbs with a 30" inseam so more of my height is in my torso. Neck and arms are @ 17" & 31", shoulders are wide for my height. I normally wear a 44 chest size suit jacket.
I went with medium and I couldn't be more happy with the fit. I ride a Honda CB750 and a Suzuki GS 550 both in stock configuration. One of the jacket's reviewers or the RevZilla video for the jacket mentioned the arm length was a little long in order to accomodate sport bike riding position. I actually prefer a longer sleeve even though I ride in a more upright position, so that helped me in my decision to go with the Air 3.0 and I wasn't disappointed.
At 6'3 and 150 lbs, you're in that gray area where if you go with any number of Xs in front of the L, you get the arm length you need but the jacket body winds up fitting like a tent. If your height is mostly in your legs and arms aren't too long, you might start with an L since the jacket's arms run a little long.Apr 30, 2015
Mark T:I am 6'1", 220 lbs. and I Have and XL. This is the best jacket I have ever had. You can wear it by itself, with the rain and wind liner, or the thermal liner, or all together. So convenient.May 5, 2015
Mark T asked:I have a Cortech GX Sport Air 3.0 Mesh Jacket. I am looking to purchase a CE rated back protector to install In the back pocket. What do you recommend for this jacket? Thanks, Mark T from VTJun 15, 2014