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The Icon 1000 Oildale Jacket has a Waxed Heritage coated canvas chassis with enough structure to hold its own in the fiercest conditions. Its unique vintage finish comes on strong and continues to evolve its look over the years. Stretch ballistic nylon panels, the same material used in high-end race wear, are incorporated throughout the jacket block to allow for ample mobility during aggressive riding. A full D3O impact protector package (elbow, shoulder, back) is included with the Icon Oildale, as is the removable insulated SatinCore vest liner. YKK tactical metal zippers, Clarino trimmed collar, and custom cast-metal badging complete the Oildale’s refined machismo.

Features:

  • Waxed Heritage coated canvas chassis, stretch ballistic nylon panels
  • Full compliment of D3O impact protectors–shoulder, elbow, back
  • Insulated SatinCore vest liner
  • YKK tactical oxide zippers
  • Clarino lined collar
  • Custom metal badging
  • Internal zippered and cargo pockets
  • Headphone cable management
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Great Look I was trying to find the right mesh jacket for summer riding but I wasn't having any luck until I stumbled on the Icon 1000 Oildale Jacket. I really like the look compared to all the mesh options out there. It is much cooler than my leather that I had been wearing but it probably doesn't flow as much air as mesh would. The fit is right on with the size chart. The armor stays in place well and the overall workmanship of the jacket is great. July 14, 2014
My Jacket I've had other jackets some higher quality and i'd have to say you really get your moneys worth, I'd go with 1 size bigger than what you normally wear but this is a great jacket, It has good protection and it's very comfortable, So far i'm loving it and it only looks better with age ! June 23, 2014
Nicely made for the price! Buy it, and do it through Revzilla! Well made. Nice feeling canvas material. Similar to a canvas Vanson jacket that I had. Can't really beat it for the price. The quality is much better than other Icon products I own. The Icon 1000 line is hard to beat without spending a lot more. I also have the new Overlord Resistance Jacket. It is not as nearly well made as the Oildale. If you're looking for a basic looking jacket with good protection, you will not be disappointed with the Oildale. Do it! May 19, 2014
Quality This is my first motorcycle jacket so I don't really have anything to compare it to. All I can say is that this is a very high quality jacket that was made with attention to detail, and offered at a great price. Even with the armor in it is comfortable enough to wear like a normal jacket, hardly notice it at all, but I can tell that the armor is very good, it covers a lot of my body, the elbow pads almost reach my wrists. The only word of caution I would say is that the material of the jacket likes to pick up hairs and things of that nature like a magnet, I have two cats and I have to clean my jacket with a sticky roller every day, just be aware if you have pets. But I honestly don't mind at all, this jacket is more than worth every penny, it even has a St. Christopher medal sown into the pocket, the details. April 19, 2014
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Icon 1000 Oildale Jacket
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Joshua B: Great style and protection with the D30 armor. Waxed chassis for some water resistance and cold weather riding. Icon 1000 quality. Sep 18, 2014
William P: Style and look I was going for. Also good review. Jun 27, 2014
andre a: slick looking jacket in brown Jun 23, 2014
gary k: Looks great, top notch ICON quality and good amor. Jun 8, 2014
Robert K: Best non-leather jacket for protection. Great feel and fit. Looks rich. Jun 6, 2014
nicolas k: the price was nice, I am a fan of the Icon 1000 line, and the style looks like it will work with my bike Jun 5, 2014
Molech W: Love the dirt tracker/cafe racer style May 7, 2014
Ryan C: need a new jacket and this things material is awesome so I wanted to give it a shot... payed off too its freaking awesome to ride in May 3, 2014
Ryan S: Icon baby Apr 11, 2014
Joseph H: Looks good, decent protection, and it is not very flashy Mar 31, 2014
Daniel H: buying it for my 19yr old son. trying to get him to ride wearing protection. this jacket looks cool, not as warm as leather (we live in CA) and has protection. Mar 11, 2014
Joshua G asked: Would this be a good summer jacket? It's in the Feb-Aug catalog, but I was wondering if somebody could say how well it vents. I live in Texas, and the temps are about to stay in the high 90's and triple digits sometimes. Jun 20, 2014
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Ryan C: I would not get this jacket for Texas, while it breaths ok, there are no actual vents in the jacket. I was riding in it today here in Virigina with a high of 85 and it was hot. Great for cool mornings not so great once the day warms up... Jun 20, 2014
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Coryden D: I would have to say no, I live in California and while on the move it's fine, once your stopped however it can get hot. It works for me mostly because I live in a state where lane splitting is legal, and I stay on the move. Jun 20, 2014
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N A: It vents well but not for the temps you are looking at. the jacket is pretty heavy in comparison to other textile jackets. the weight makes it feel stuffy sometimes. Jun 22, 2014
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Charles G: It's not a real heavy jacket, but there's no real additional venting on it, so you will get warm. Jun 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hey I am normally a size 52 which is in between a Medium and a Large. Which would be better? Sep 25, 2014
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scott w: A size 52 is a 4xl, now if your a size 42 it would depend on your build. I am a size 44 with a 34 inch waist the xl fits perfect. This jacket isn't cut tight like a sport bike jacket. Sep 25, 2014
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William B: I am the same as far as large and extra large. It fits fairly loose so I stuck with a large. I like mine to fit a little bit snug so it doesn't buch up around my shoulders. Sep 25, 2014
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Coryden D: If you are tall I would say go with the large, I am 6'2" (tall and slender) I ordered a large and I wish the sleeves were just a little bit longer. Sep 25, 2014
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Robert B asked: I live in Vegas, so year 'round riding is pretty much a given. I'm wondering how this jacket will fair during the summer and the winter especially. I know when sitting at a light it tends to get hot, but once your on the move, things cool off pretty quick. Is that true to this jacket? As for winter riding, it's gets to the low 30's on occasion 29-28 degrees tops. Along with the vest liner is, is it possible to fit a hoodie underneath to maintain warmth?

It's either a toss up between this or the Icon Vigilante. Just looking for a good-overall jacket for the 4 seasons of riding. I'll be emailing Revzilla soon to get some feedback, but I'd love to hear from those of you who own the Oildale. Cheers! -Rob
Aug 4, 2014
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Coryden D: That's pretty much what I bought this jacket for, I live in Napa, CA. so I experience similar weather. I have been out riding in over 90 degree heat, and while stopped it does tend to get hot but it is fine once back on the move. I have been out in around 40 degree weather with rain riding through Oregon and Idaho, with the vest liner in I was good to go, the only thing that got cold was my hands. In regards to a hoody, it would depend on how bulky the hoody is and what size jacket you get, I ordered a size large, and I would not be able to comfortably wear a hoody underneath, so I would order a size up over what I usually do if I wanted to wear a hoody underneath, I wear an UnderArmour compression turtle neck, and I stay nice and warm. Plus the jacket is very stiff until you break it in due to the wax, but it helps out in the rain, it's not water proof but it is resistant. So I use this jacket as a four season jacket here in northern California and it has served me well, I do not regret my purchase in any way. I hope this helps you in your decision. Cheers to you sir.
- Cory
Aug 5, 2014
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Robert B: Cheers Corey! Oildale it is! Aug 5, 2014
William B: I'm envious of you for being able to ride year around. I live in Wyoming and I've had this jacket since early spring. It is a pretty warm jacket. I ride to work early in the morning and sometimes it's in the 40's, it is plent warm for that with the liner in. As far as without the liner it is still pretty warm unless you are moving at a pretty good clip. It would be miserable for stop and go traffic if it were in the 90's. Aug 4, 2014
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Robert B: Sounds like it would be great for the fall and winter riding. Would you say there is enough room for a hoody with the liner in?

As for summer it gets well above 90 here (120 sometimes) I'm weighing my other options but I love this jacket. Moving will be fine, it's just the stops that will suck.

On a side note William, what are your measurementarget and what size did you go with? I'm buying a measuring tape tomorrow to see it'll fit me, but if I can pick the brain of someone else who has it that would be awesome!

Thank you for the response, ride well brother! -Rob Aug 4, 2014
William B: There is plenty of room for a hoody under it with the liner still in. It had a short collar that will allow for the hood as well. I usually wear a large and it is sized pretty well as a large. You might go up a size if your going to layer under it. I personally think it's a little too warm for 90-100 degree temps. Aug 6, 2014
Thomas L asked: Do you know how much protection the Oildale would provide in a slide? Is it any better than a pair of jeans or other cotton fabric? How does it compare to fabric reinforced with Kevlar or Cordura? Jun 17, 2014
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Ryan C: There really is no replacement for Leather when it comes to protection, that being said this is probably more protective then most. The canvas is quite sturdy and would hold much better then denim or cotton ever could. Its hard to say which style of jacket would hold up better. I will say I feel very safe in my Oildale. Jun 20, 2014
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William B: It is a heavy tightly woven duck canvas quite a bit heavier than denim. But, as far as a slide goes I think leather would be much better. As far as comparing it to reinforced jackets I think you would be surprised on how strong this canvas is. It is very tightly woven and very hard to tear or snag. Jun 17, 2014
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Damien H asked: sizing questions here. I have the Brawnson Side Winder jacket in medium and was wondering if I could get away with a medium in the Oildale? My chest is 42.5 according to the icon sizing chart i'm a large but like I said my Brawnson is a med… Any help would be great, thx!!! May 20, 2014
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Ryan C: You could probably get away with a medium, this jacket run square so there is extra room in it. I wear a 2XL and there more room in it then say an alpinestars would have on me. (I can fit a sweat shirt under it which is not normal for me at that size) May 20, 2014
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Charles G: Probably be more based on your waist size, but I'm about a ~43 inch chest, and the Medium works fine on me. May 20, 2014
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Damien H: Medium it is!!! Much appreciated Charles... May 20, 2014

Icon Men's Jacket Sizing

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Welcome to our detailed breakdown of the new Icon 1000 Oildale Jacket available at RevZilla.com. If we look at it, the claim here is that it's the fit of the Icon 1000 Heritage, that same clean, classic sport line, but it has a little bit of a relax to it. But if you look at it, it's done in Heritage wax canvas. It's a resin coated canvas that has that great oil field, vintage, cafe racer, old Brit styling to it. Develops that great patina over time. And again, that's going to be offset by your ballistic stretch panels and then a lot of premium cowhide options here. You can see it in the zipper garages. And you're going to see it in these beefy, gun metal, YKK zipper pulls. Now, a quick on fitment. And before I get to fit, really quickly, three season warm weather, guys.

Think spring, summer, fall in this bad boy. Not going to carry you through the winter, but there is a vest removable liner. So, thermal vest liner is available to be pulled out of this bad boy. Now let's dive into fit. Ed is six foot, 215, 46 inch chest. He's wearing a size extra large. This fits him spot on. And you can see that as it fits his frame. This is going to work in a lot of different riding positions too. From upright, to three quarter, to even in the tuck. But, I like it much, much better in the upright or three quarter riding position. Now, quick note as we move past that. Remember, if your concerned on fit, we do ship for free. 

Love for you to join in the discussion on the Oildale on our RevZillaTV YouTube channel. Now, moving into some of the nuances here. Let's talk about protection. One of the nice parts about Icon 1000 is you're getting D3O molecular armour. Remember, it becomes rigid upon impact, but it's very comfortable. Shoulders, elbows, and there's also a CE level 1 Viper back protector in this bad boy as well. Moving to some of the other nuances. I've talked to about the YKK zips. I've talked to you about these ballistic stretch panels. Look at the way the collar's done. It's very classic in its design. Look at the sleeves! You're going to see. Again, now we're back to that full grain Brazilian cowhide, YKK zips that go all the way up. And they're going to expose a satin liner. And it has that satin liner with those brass knuckle embosses all over it. And, again, that's part of the Icon 1000 collection. Turn and face away from me, Ed. Now, if you look at the side here, you're going to see more accents on the side with the big I, the Icon 1000 logo. Again, more stretch panels that go all the way up here towards the shoulder blade and under the arm and you see it down the side, again, clean in its design. Turn backwards for me, Ed. Now, you can very lightly see, and it is removable, remember CE level 1 Viper D3O back protector. And, again, up here towards the top you're going to have that Brazilian cowhide perforated accent. Again, the style that just brings it back together. Come back around to the front for me. That's what I love about Icon 1000. It's taking a lot of meat from the Icon line and it just basically allows it to blossom. And they put a lot of attention to detail into some of the nuances that make it beautiful and comfortable, but very functional, functional stuff.

Now, if I unzip it, I'm going to show you the guts really quickly here. Notice as I open it up, there is my blue satin liner. That's my thermal liner. It's going to be that vest. And, again, 360 circumferential zip that goes across the top. And, notice, even the interior of the collar here is going to be vented, and it's going to be a soft suede. If you open it on this side, you're going to see a couple different pockets down here. Pocket along the side. Here's how I get my thermal liner out. And that exposes your mesh liner on the inside. And, again, when it's a little bit warmer, that mesh is going to be nice and keep this jacket up, off your body. You also have the iPod pocket with the grommet so you can run your earbuds up. You see how that all ties together. Thanks, Ed. Now, remember, within the Icon line, this is going to be baby brother to the Chapter, which is full leather. Now, if you don't want to make the investment in the Oildale, you can go with something like the Icon Vice, which is a little bit more basic, more sport oriented. This is much more of a functional, aggressive style piece. But, again, with that throwback, vintage inspired style as well.