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Icon Hypersport Jacket
  • Icon Hypersport Jacket - Stealth Black
  • Icon Hypersport Jacket - Stealth Black
  • Icon Hypersport Jacket - White
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  • Icon Hypersport Jacket - Red
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The Icon Hypersport Jacket is designed for precision at speed. Full leather chassis, aggressive attack fit, refined pre-curved arm design, and neoprene panels bring the jacket tighter to the body and make it more aerodynamic at speed.

The Hypersport jacket shell is constructed from TrackSpec leather and features a full D3O Impact Protector package (Shoulders, Elbows, and Back). The Hypersport also features Icon’s new SportCuff - designed for ease of use, reduced cuff bulk, and enhanced wrist articulation. Integrated TechMesh paneling and engineered perforation throughout the entire chest and back help reduce core temperature, necessary for aggressive riding.


  • Icon attack fit
  • 1.2-1.4mm TrackSpec perforated leather chassis
  • D3O impact protectors at shoulders, elbows, and back
  • Insulated, removable SatinCore Vest Liner
  • Integrated flex zones
  • TechMesh panels
  • Pre-curved arms
  • YKK zippers
  • Drop tail
  • Interior zipper
  • Slash and cargo pockets
  • 3/4 waist zipper connects to Hypersport Pants
  • Streamlined SportCuff
  • Neoprene collar
  • Thumb loops

Icon Men's Jacket Sizing

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Stealth Black / SM 974155 28102559 In Stock: Ships next business day
Stealth Black / MD 974156 28102560 In Stock: Ships next business day
Stealth Black / LG 974157 28102561 In Stock: Ships next business day
Stealth Black / XL 974158 28102562 In Stock: Ships next business day
Stealth Black / 2XL 974159 28102563 Available: Expect 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment
Stealth Black / 3XL 974160 28102564 In Stock: Ships next business day
Stealth Black / 4XL 974161 28102565 In Stock: Ships next business day
White / SM 974162 28102566 Available: Expect 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment
White / MD 974163 28102567 In Stock: Ships next business day
White / LG 974164 28102568 In Stock: Ships next business day
White / XL 974165 28102569 Available: Expect 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment
White / 2XL 974166 28102570 Available: Expect 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment
Red / SM 974167 28102571 Available: Expect 1-3 business days lead time prior to shipment
Red / MD 974168 28102572 In Stock: Ships next business day
Red / LG 974169 28102573 In Stock: Ships next business day
Red / XL 974170 28102574 In Stock: Ships next business day
Red / 2XL 974171 28102575 In Stock: Ships next business day
Glory / SM 974172 28102576 Available: Expect 1-3 business days lead time prior to shipment
Glory / MD 974173 28102577 Available: Expect 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment
Glory / LG 974174 28102578 Available: Expect 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment
Glory / XL 974175 28102579 Available: Expect 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment
Glory / 2XL 974176 28102580 Available: Expect 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment


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Icon Hypersport Jacket 4.8 5 12 12
Very Comfortable, and feels like you're protected So looking for a fall jacket, I saw this one and decided to give it a shot. Now I wear a 42 Regular in suit jackets (5'10 180lbs) but have fairly broad shoulders and long arms so I ended up going for the XL which suited me. the jacket still feels comfortably snug when riding. It comes down just a bit past the butt so when riding you won't have air sneaking under the jacket. The leather seems fair thick and with the padding that it comes with I feel that it would hold up well in a bad situation. leather is a bit stiff currently but I am sure it will break in. the collar when full zippered bothers my neck however and when doing head checks it catches but that could be my helmet in the way. I do wish it had pockets on the outside even just to hold my key after a ride, but not that big of a deal. The combo of leather and cloth material makes it easy to ride in. Looks great and the Red/Black combo matches my bike nicely. Its eye catching without being too much. As I said I bought this thinking I could wear it for fall riding. Although it comes with a body liner, on a decently cool day, you could feel the cold on my chest as the perforations are located there. More of a spring/summer jacket. For the price point, i'd say it was a very good deal October 5, 2015
Super comfortable I have to say it's instantly comfortable. You slide in and it feels like your old trusty leather jacket that's been around for years. You can't feel the armor inside, it's super thin which is nice for comfort. And because it's thin and flexible it can pack down into a side bag much nicer than my other jacket with a duel density back pad that's stiff. Its the D3O armor so it's suppose to protect even with it being soft, that's yet to be seen but if you're someone that hates the feel of armor in your jackets like my wife does, this might be the trick for you. The leather is very high quality, thick and supple. I'm highly impressed with the overall design. It's VERY long in the back even compared to my other jacket that was long already. Got this for an upright cruiser and the lower panel seems soft enough that it won't drive the jacket up at all, but you could use this in a full tuck without exposing your back at all. Lots of pockets everywhere including some little pen stash pockets on the inside. The cuffs are very comfortable and don't seem to snag on my gloves at all. They go over the gloves just fine and are low bulk so you don't get the feel that your gloves and jacket don't get along like I did with my other jacket. The little monkey paw loops I'll likely cut off but I'm not sure. The overall style is pretty mute except for the bit Icon logo on the chest that I could do without. There's a little TRP Icon logo on the back that is not a big deal. The zipper is pretty fine compared to most the other jackets I've had, but it's super smooth and seems strong. As far as fitment goes, it's a more aggressive cut than most the other jackets I've worn. I'm in-between a Med and Large in most makers. I tried on the Medium and there was no way that was happening. It was too short in the front and a little too tight in the shoulders. The large is just about perfect and has room for at least a long sleeve T-shirt and a base layer with the liner still in place. It may also have room for the sweat shirt under it. So a large is a perfect fit for me at 5'11" tall and 200 pounds with a muscular build and pretty much no fat. You could likely go up another 15-20 pounds and still fit into this as I've got the waist adjusted all the way in, but I need the Large for the shoulders, back and arm size. September 16, 2015
Incredible Value for the Dollar! Do not get sucked into names.... Okay, let's face it, you hear AlpineStars and Dainese no matter where you go, and luckily I am here to tell you I own all three for a very good comparison. The Dainese D1 I own is a $600 jacket. The leather is thicker for sure, but not by much. The protection on the D1 arms is heavier but it comes SANS back protection. The Icon already has forearm and back protection and the jacket is half the price. If you take the $600 jacket, add the $90 jacket insert, you are at $690 for what I would consider near identical protection, save the shoulder caps on the Dainese. Looks: Icon is known for more wild colors but also colors that will match your bike. AlpineStars and Dainese do black and white well, but not colors IMO. Protection: Great Ventilation: I live in Atlanta and ride ATGATT no matter the weather, be it 103 degree or 65. Wind here can be pretty heavy at times, breaching 15 mph in early Sept, then adding 1-2 mph approaching December. You want a well ventilated jacket but also form fitting. The ICON smokes any other jacket on the market for ventilation and that is coming from a guy with a spare $1200 in jackets to choose from here. X-Tra Features: 10/10 for the money. Back protection, normally not included at all, or at this price, is level 2 and ready for action. You do not feel it and it conforms well to the back. Fit: These run small in my opinion. I am a stocky 5'8" guy. I wear a 54-56 Dainese and XL in this jacket. The jacket is snug, but just enough. How anyone over 200 lbs wears ICON I have no idea. If you are 6'5" and 250, this jacket is not made for you, sorry. XXL will not fit you. Overall, with the back protector, wrist straps to hold it firmly in place #brilliant idea#, close fitting wrist areas, forearm protection and ventilation, you cannot buy a better jacket for ANY money, let alone $340. I got the red, white and blue to match my GSXR600 and get many compliments on the match. Sure I look a bit EVEL KNIEVEL, but that is not a bad thing either. So get out there and buy this jacket. Take it from the guy who has a $700 Dainese D1 that he leaves on the hook on hotter days. Now, if you are the type of guy or gal who is 1 synapse short of sane and likes hitting the highway and pegging 130-160 mph, you need to spend more dough if you want to live. Although if you are going this fast, it is probably just a matter or time before whatever you buy is picked up by the EMT's as they load your body into the coroner's van. Don't be dumb, unless you are on a track, you are NOT on a track. Speed limits are there to keep you alive and cars and idiots are not. Have fun, but do not be a jerk or endanger other riders trying to show off. In the end, you give us all a bad name and reduce the reasons why drivers want to look before switching lanes. September 15, 2015
Best jacket I have ever bought I wrecked wearing this jacket at over 100 mph. I was thrown and dragged for 200 feet and landed in a ditch. Every inch of me covered by the jacket was unscathed. The jacket held up amazingly and I didn't have a scratch on my torso and arms. On top of that, it also feels amazing and is all around perfect. Buy this jacket. August 31, 2015
Great three season jacket! This is a great jacket that provides a fair amount of protection along with some great features. I liked the idea of having leather over some of the less expensive textile jackets. Icon also gives you some great armor built in so you don't have to purchase it separately. This jacket is comfy, the thumb straps to keep your sleeves from blowing up is a nice feature. The perforation is amazing too... I've worn this on 90+ degree days and not overheated. When you're moving it really breathes. It's a nice touch they provide a zip out liner too, it'll definitely come in handy when the temperature drops. July 6, 2015
Superb Jacket The Hypersport from Icon Moto is comfortable that I often forget I'm wearing it on the bike. The perforation on the chest, arms and back make for such great airflow I don't even feel the need to ride fast to cool off. It even comes with armour baked in saving you from shopping for compatible and effective armour. I love my stealth black version, I feel really badass in this jacket. June 1, 2015
Awesome Riding Jacket Bought this at end of season last year as my first armored riding jacket. I wanted black but my 09 FZ6R is black so I went with black w/red sleeves and accents for a bit more visibility. The red arrives a shade darker than the site photos suggest and it looks very sharp without being too flashy. The armor seems top notch and doesn't shift at all, though fortunately I haven't crash tested it yet. The leather, stitching, and material quality is excellent, and seems very sturdy and durable. Only reason I gave that 4 stars is that I haven't fallen it it so I can't speak to that aspect of protection. The best and most surprising aspect of it is the airflow. Took it out last week on a 75 degree sunny day and it was superbly comfortable. At 40+ mph it feels like just wearing a shirt, which makes for awesome comfy protection if you don't like getting hit by the occasional gravel/rock and such; but for cooler weather (50 or below) you'll definitely want to layer a bit, even with the liner in. Stopped in traffic that day it got a little warm but not a problem. Plenty of pockets though they are tight fitting on purpose so like other riding jackets you can't fit much in them. I'm 5'10" at 180 and a large fit me perfectly. Well done Icon. I'm now definitely a fan. May 7, 2015
love this jacket so far Got this jacket for the fall riding season and let's just say I love this jacket so far. I ordered a medium and I can still fit jackets under this jacket. Has a lot of air flow to keep cool on the warmer days. The inside pockets of the jacket hold my note 4 with the otterbox case. Still need to test this on the hot summer days but until then I love it December 22, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
David B: Great for spring, fall and winter riding...also offers great protection. Oct 2, 2015
Katherine K: Thick leather + comfy textile. Icon doesn't make a women's version, but I'm hoping the slimmer fit will work ok for me. Jun 11, 2015
Duane G: I love icon gear. I love the look of this jacket. It has all the protection I need. And the detailed breakdown by Anthony made me love the jacket even more. I'll try to give a good review of this jacket after I've had it for a little while. Feb 27, 2015
William D: My husband requested it for Christmas (: Dec 12, 2014
Oleksii K: looking great Oct 15, 2014
A shopper asked: Hello i am 5'8" 190 lbs with a 44" chest. I do not know what to get a size L or XL? Mar 26, 2015
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Damon C: I'm 5'10, 185-190lbs with a 44" chest (average build) and I actually went with a Medium. I even took out the liner and can comfortably wear a hoodie under it. Looking at the size chart I first bought a large, but when I tried it on it was huge, returned it and got a medium and it fits perfect. Mar 27, 2015
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Justin L: This jacket fits pretty tight around the chest area so if you're worried about that, I would suggest getting the XL and going down if that doesn't work. Mar 27, 2015
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Jared H: Id say a XL Im a 43" chest and it's perfect for my at 6'2" 210lbs Mar 26, 2015
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Brett M asked: I need fitment advice BADLY. I'm about 5'11, 160lbs. I'm "limby", with a 35" measurement for sleeves, but about a 37 in the chest. I don't want my arms exposed to the forearm, but don't want to wear something going down to my knees. I'd go to a store to try on some things, but the closest store is about an hour away. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Has anyone else experienced/dealt with this? Aug 4, 2015
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Justin L: I'd also go with the XL. Usually for your size and height, a size large would be good but this jacket is just a tad short on the sleeves so it may not cover your arms fully. The jacket is also vertically small - if that makes sense - so it definitely won't go down to your knees. Aug 4, 2015
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Jon P asked: Is the armor removable? Mar 31, 2015
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Charles C: Yes it is, you can get to it by first taking out the jacket liner and there is another zipper to remove the back plate. The shoulder armor have openings to pull them out of. Hope this helps. Stay safe! Mar 31, 2015
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Duane G: It is all D3O armor and is all (elbow shoulder and spine protector ) removable. Really nice jacket. Mar 31, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have a pair o Overlord pants (3/4 zip I suppose) and a zip-in Stryker back plate.
What jackets do Icon now supply to utilize both of these zip attachments? Thanks
Jun 17, 2015
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A shopper asked: What the Prime or this Jacket be more protective considering the Prime has TPU, but this jacket has more leather panels? Dec 19, 2014
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Joaquim P asked: The sleeve measurement instructions led me to some strange results.... I've a 38'' chest (meaning a Medium size) and 35'' sleeve (meaning a 2XL size). Should I really measure like ... at spine, center of neck --> over the shoulder --> over the elbow bone --> to the wrist bone? Sep 8, 2014
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