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Consider the Overlord jacket a leather battle dress uniform for the modern tarmac conflict. The aggressive fit, replete with precurved arms and tailored torso, conforms to your attack posture. Integrated mechanical stretch panels allow articulation without compromise. It's leather outer shell, crafted from Icon spec Brazilian cowhide, serves as a formidable barricade to the asphalt assault. All the while an internal complement of Field Armor CE impact protectors stand watch. If your ride involves forays into enemy held positions, the Overlord will help see you through.

  • Icon attack fit
  • 1.2-1.4mm premium grade leather chassis
  • Removable Icon CE field armor impact protector elbow and shoulder
  • Removable Icon dual-density foam back pad
  • Gathered stretch panels for comfort and flexibility
  • Stretegically placed perforated leather for ventilation
  • YKK autolock zippers
  • Removable insulated wind resistant vest
  • Upgradable to stryker CE back protector
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Icon Overlord Leather Jacket 4.8 5 48 48
Leather is high quality and fit is perfect I am glad I went with leather I looked at a lot of jackets and this one was the best. I'm very satisfied December 15, 2014
Well Fitting Nice Looking Jacket I am 5' 7" and around 200lbs., so I have a bit of a paunch. The large fits me well. Snug, but not too tight. The sleeves are a tiny bit long, but not overly so. They don't zip up all of the way closed with my gloves on, but the locking zippers do a fine job of staying zipped so it doesn't matter. The fit is really good while riding. There are no annoying hotspots. I don't feel constricted in anyway. The look and feel of the jacket is excellent. I'm not a leather expert, but the material feels and smells fantastic to me. It seems tough and durable, but not too thick. The discounted price of this jacket makes it a really really good deal. November 17, 2014
Great looking Jacket I love the style and feel of the jacket. I definitely feel comfortable and protected while wearing it. November 10, 2014
Very good quality jacket Vey impressed with this jacket's quality, it has litle holes so it is well ventilated . Also has shoulder and elbow pads and one for the back. Very happy with this purchase, I would recommend it to everyone. October 24, 2014
Breathe but stay warm! This jacket is great! I gave it a 5 because I picked it up on clearance so I got a $100 or so dollars off. There is a lot of perforation on the front of the jacket so when you pick up speed and are really feeling the wind on those hot days, you stay nice a cool. I have the white/black jacket and everyone thinks I look like Tom Cruise from Oblivion (even though his jacket was grey). Anyways, it fits great it looks great and it keeps you warm during the transition seasons in the fall and spring with the thermal vest lining inside the jacket! October 13, 2014
Too bad Icon discontinued this product I must say Icon you out did yourself. I like to say this is a awesome jacket but its a summertime jacket. I call it the air conditioner. On a chilly night I still have to wear a sweater underneath it. There is a lot of mesh spots on the jacket. it does come with a windbreaker liner but it only covers the chest area. Even with the liner if feel a bit cool especially on a cool night. I got the stealth black which look great. I get compliments on it all the time. It run a snug on the lower part of the jacket. Icon measurement chart is true to size. Im about 5'9" around 220 pounds consider myself as average built. I usually wear X-large on my shirts, sweaters, and jackets. I disregard the sizing chart, bought a X-large it fit me but the chest area was too tight that limit my flexibility. so i returned it and got the 2Xl (which the site told to do in the first place.). and fits great. Despite being a snug jacket i am still able to fit a 5.11 job shirt sweater and still have flexibility and free range of motion. I highly recommend this product. On another note. This feels fairly heavy taking out of the box, but the weight almost disappears once you put it on. October 6, 2014
Awesome value, great fit! bought this jacket because it was on sale due to the fact of the new icon jackets coming out, i've always liked icon but been a fan of alpinstars as well, well, i decide to make the change and boy am i happy. I'm 5'7 and 155 lbs and ordered a medium a little hard to get on the first couple of times but its wearing in great. also a perfect fit. I ordered white and it does get dirty a little easier but hey what to expect. September 14, 2014
Looks great, fits great, presumably protects great. I'm a chest size 38-40 and I ordered the medium and it fits great. I have a Bilt Waterproof jacket that completely blocks out like all wind and after going from that jacket to this one, the difference in airflow is incredibly noticeable. At first it seemed I'd get chilly if riding in cold weather, but not really. Overall I'm very satisfied with my purchase. August 20, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Chris G: old one has the hole worn through the shoulder time to upgrade to leather Dec 13, 2014
Allan R: Replacement for the Frank Thomas leather which was cut off of me in the ER. I have an Icon mesh jacket that I like, and I'm hoping that this jacket fits as nicely as that one, as well as being a good replacement for the Frank Thomas. Oct 29, 2014
S U: I am 5'10" 200-lbs measured a 42" chest. I ordered a Large and was a little concerned that it might be too small. The Large fit snug without restricting movement and has loosened up a bit after wearing for a while.
The perforations definitely let air in. I can feel a breeze even with the vest liner in. This would be a great feature in the summer but it is Fall in Washington.. I can always wear a hoody (can still zip up) or thermal liner underneath so I am too concerned. Looks and feels great!
Oct 10, 2014
A N: New rider, first jacket. Great price on sale Sep 19, 2014
Isaac V: Icon is a reputable brand that makes high quality products and I am very impressed from what I have seen about this product. Sep 15, 2014
Michael R: protection Jan 31, 2014
Felipe R: I LIKE STYLE AND COLLOR Jan 28, 2014
Denise G: My son wanted this for his birthday
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Dec 13, 2013
Michael S: Awesome review videos, and the community reviews really helped sway my decision. Sep 16, 2013
A shopper asked: what is the difference between the overlord and the overlord prime ? Apr 15, 2013
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RevZilla: The difference between the two is that the Overlord Prime has external injected plastic protection on shoulders, elbows, and back where as the regular Overlord does not. Apr 19, 2013
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Mavrick161: The internal armor is the same in both, as is the leather chassis. The main differences seem to be stylistic, with the Overlord Prime having the TPR inserts on the exterior of the shoulders and on the back. Neither come standard with CE rated back protection, but you can upgrade the insert to the D3O for $25. Apr 17, 2013
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A shopper asked: My Kawasaki Versys site pretty straight -- would this jacket feel right on an adventure-style bike? Or is the "attack" cut too extreme? Aug 19, 2013
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Robert D: Regarding the attack-cut feature, I would say its definitely not too extreme.
I ride a FZ6 to work every single day, and I wear the ICON Overlord. I'm 6 ft tall and 165. I wear the medium size and it fits me like a glove. The seating on my FZ6 is very upright but when I get up past 70mph I tuck. Its not uncomfortable at all when you ride in a more upright position, however when you do tuck in the "attack" position it is very obvious that the jacket was designed for that, and it feels more comfortable and the air flows better. But I would still recommend this jacket to anyone as the air flow is still decent.
Aug 19, 2013
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John M: I think it's more dependent on your body type. It's not super loose at the bottom but more of a form fit. If that is the cut you are looking for then sure. Keep in mind it does have a small flap that covers your rear belt section so it's good for a leaning position but I don't see why it wouldn't work for an upright style either. Aug 19, 2013
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John P: I think you'd be fine. I ride a Ninja 250 with my Icon Overlord, and I'm fine. The attack cut, from my understanding, is the "pre-bent" arms. Standing in a coffee shop with your arms straight feels a little weird in the Icon, but when you're on a bike it feels fine. If you bend you arms on your Versys, I think you'll be fine. Aug 19, 2013
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Ryan H: The attack cut makes your arms sit in that bent position quite alot. Not impossible to stretch your arms out straight though.

For all day riding though you will find that your arms will want to bend with the jacket so I wouldn't recommend the attack fit on such an upright rider
Aug 19, 2013
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Nicholas C: The attack cut on this iis pretty extreme. It might get annoying, but once its fully broken in it might be ok. Brand new I thought it was pretty uncomfortable in anyposition other than riding. I still dont like walking around in it for too li ng Aug 20, 2013
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Eddie G: I would say if the handle bars are no more then chest high it should be comfortable enough. It's not a super aggressive curve but it is noticeable depending also on how tightly it fits the body. Aug 20, 2013
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Alexia S: I wouldn't worry about the attack cut I have a versys and it just doesn't ride up or get in the way but depending on your height ymmv Aug 19, 2013
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Matthew M: I have an FZ6R which sits pretty upright, and the jacket feels just fine even on long rides Aug 19, 2013
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Ganan Y: I've ocassionally ridden with this jacket on a Yamaha Virago, didn't have any problems. Aug 19, 2013
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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? Jul 7, 2014
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ciprian p: First off all I want to say that I've been riding for only two years now, I live at the shore in NJ so we get very humid summers around 85 to 95 F sometimes. I think this jacket vents pretty well once you're on the move for how thick it is. I sometimes feel a bit too hot in it even while riding on the highway at 70-80 mph but nothing to make me uncomfortable to distract me, but most of the time riding on the highway its ok. City drive on the other hand it's not pleasant :) specially since I live in a town with stop lights at almost every corner. When I ride the bike to work on hot days for the 10 miles ride I tend to sweat under the jacket. I I'm a skinny guy and don't sweat to often without a good reason :) just so you have an idea when I run, I only start sweating after the first one or two miles depending on how sunny/cloudy it is.

For the cold weather now.. First I must say I hate cold. If you get the right size jacket it should fit really snug so wearing a tshirt and a hoodie with the liner on might be a bit tight but doable. In a cold weather as low as 35-40 this jacket would not keep me warm enough nomatter what I do. When I did ride in cold weather I used my mesh jacket only cause it's one size bigger and I can fit a lot under. I ussully wear a tshirt, a hoodie, a neoprene semi-jacket and the mesh jacket with the liner on and sometimes I'd still be cold while riding at 70-80 mph speed.

As a conclusion I don't think this jacket is a good year round jacket, too vented for the cold weather no matter what you wear under and too think and hot for the summer days even without the liner. It is a very nice jacket, you get good protection but just not meant to be a year round jacket.

I know my review is a bit long but it's very hard to explain in only a few words.

I hope this helped,
Best Chip
Jul 8, 2014
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Jacob Q: I live in CA so the summer here may be a little different then there, but yea without the liner in and when on the move this jacket breathes well and you'll tend to be pretty cool when moving at speed. Yes you'll warm up a little when at a stop, but nothing unbearable if you ask me

As for winter riding, I actually bought this jacket last fall when I was living in Quantico, VA and the weather definitely got down into the 20s/30s/40s. Not always ideal riding weather, but sometimes you have to do what you have to do.
Yes a hoodie will fit underneath this. I actually one time fit a long john shirt, t-shirt, and fleece underneath this jacket with the liner in. It does hinder your mobility some, but not to where you can't ride.

I own a medium, and am 5'8", 165lbs
Jul 7, 2014
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Sam B: In terms of extreme heat I can't really say much other than with all the venting it breaths amazingly. Ive worn mine plenty with a hoodie or jumper on underneath but with how much it breaths that will always be the biggest issue for winter riding. Ive also got a rain overcoat though, and with that acting as a wind blocker its nice and toasty. Great jacket, come off a few times and its held up superbly. Jul 7, 2014
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Robert R: I would say during the summer a textile jacket or something with more breath ability would be a better option but it offers amazing protection and this jacket is a perfect winter jacket. I live in texas so I'm familiar with the 25 degree riding weather. It's not fun but I'm able to get a shirt a long sleeve and 2 hoodies underneath it in order to stay warm. Hope this helps! Jul 7, 2014
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Miguel Aniceto L: Hi there.
This jacket is specially made ??for summer, lining inside makes little if very cold.
the good thing is that when you go on the bike cools very well, it is good quality, I love it.
A greeting.

Miguel Leon
Jul 9, 2014
Jared A: I would not wear this in the winter, even with the liner. The jacket breathes very well, and the sleeves are not solid leather. It would take a lot of bundling to make it work. Jul 8, 2014
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Alex T: I lived in Texas, summer is hot, I don't wear this for summer. Winter is cold, I don't wear this for winter. I doubt hoodie will do any good. But you might be tougher than me. Jul 8, 2014
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Robert B: Cheers everyone! Thanks for the responses! Jul 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this have pockets?? buying from norway so it would be good to know!! Jun 11, 2014
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Paul C: One inside, two outside. This jacket fits tight so you will feel anything you put in your pockets. This jacket flows a lot of air so its definitely a summer jacket. Hope this helps
Jun 13, 2014
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Robert E: It has two external pockets, one on each side. It has an internal pocket on the left side. Jun 13, 2014
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Matthew M: Yes the jacket has two front pockets and a small inner chest pocket. Jun 11, 2014
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Ganan Y: Yep. Two normal ones on the front and one inside in the left. Jun 11, 2014
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John P: Yes. It has two external pockets and one internal pocket. Jun 11, 2014
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Dylan N: Yes it has pockets and I highly recommend this product. Jun 11, 2014
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John M: It does, it has two external pockets and one internal. Jun 11, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this jacket comes with XS size? If no, can S size be altered without compromising the safety features? Aug 19, 2013
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Alexander P: The jacket fits snugly. For example, the arms are a perfect length, and so is the waist, but it is quite tight across the chest. There is no room to take space from the arms, or the waist in my opinion. The shoulder armor extends into the elbow armor with little room, and the forearms have zippers that extend pretty far toward the elbow. I can't see/think of an easy way to alter it. Aug 20, 2013
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Matthew S: I suppose it depends on what you want to hem. Anything from the chest down is basically just leather on the torso, so a good leather tailor I am sure could do it.

What are your dimensions for an XS? The cut is european cut, so it is pretty form fitting to begin with. I am 5'8" 160 with an athletic build and I had to opt for the medium and even that is very form fitting.
Aug 20, 2013
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Alexander I: If you have no problems with altering leather jacket then answer yes. It has pockets on back / elbow / shoulder for protective inserts. Possible it will be harder to do with "Prime" version of this jacket which is a little bit expensive.

BTW with upgraded back protection it's more tight, but leather will fit your body in couple weeks.
Aug 19, 2013
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Danny G: I don't believe the S size can be altered. This jacket is constructed in such a way that the fit is quite good but does not have room for any alterations without compromising the security offered by the jacket. Aug 19, 2013
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James C: These usually run a size smaller. I normally wear a large jacket, but it was too small and I had to order an extra large. If you normally wear an XS, I would suggest ordering the small. Aug 19, 2013
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Rajith K: No. the smallest size is SM. I think there is not a huge difference between XS and SM. Please check the size chart before altering as SM could be a good fit. Aug 19, 2013
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Alex T: I didn't alter it so I cannot answer that question. Aug 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: I live in Southern California where it doesn't get to far below 40, but I spend 30-40 min at a time on the highway at 65 mph, will this jacket with the liner keep me warm? I know it's perfed, does that just allow too much air flow to be warm?
thanks
Dec 24, 2013
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Nikalus S: Not much short of full winter gear will keep you warm in the 30s-low 40s at highway speeds for long. The liner is a vest, so you won't have full sleeve insulation. In my opinion, this jacket is a great compromise for your needs. I've never found it to be too hot in summer (as long as some air is flowing) but it's not quite warm enough to be comfortable in the early and late parts of the season here in Michigan. I think it'd be great for the temperatures you'll likely experience. With the money you'd save over say a Dainese or Alpinestars, you could buy a dedicated cold weather jacket for days when the Overlord isn't enough. Dec 24, 2013
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Robert E: The jacket does allow for quite a bit of air to flow through. At it's coldest in So*Cal, you might want to wear a couple layers: an UnderArmor type of wicking shirt and a thermal on top of that.. mainly to keep your arms warm. The liner only covers your torso. But it's a great jacket and I would definitely buy another! Jan 8, 2014
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Sam B: Its a great Jacket and when you get going its like your just wearing a singlet, Ive worn it on days where it was around 18 and with the high winds you get where I live it was uncomfortably cold but I would imagine it would be great around 40. Jan 2, 2014
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Travis H: Anything above 50 degrees out here and u won't want to wear a sweatshirt under it but def not good for the under 50 weather I'm in sd Dec 24, 2013
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clifton m: the

'' insides of the sleeves are totally vented, air flows right in.
Jan 10, 2014
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A s: This jacket is the best. All i have to said Dec 24, 2013
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David P asked: Does the all black have any reflective properties? I can't tell from the pics but it doesn't look like it. I like the all black because I don't want to be a billboard for icon but I do want to be seen better in someone's headlights. Thanks. Aug 10, 2014
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christopher c: Dave,
I have the all black Overllord and no it doesn't have any reflectors on it. The one thing I have noticed with most leather from most brands is that they lack adequate reflective material. The best thing you can do is get Icon's Mil-Spec Mesh Vest. I ride with a backpack most of the time and I keep it in it. Also if you lead or are at the tail of a group ride it's good to have on so people can identify you.

Aug 10, 2014
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Sam B: 0% reflective dude. Ive got the all black or 'stealth' version and shes a great jacket. Holds up when you fall off as well.

I would say just get a reflective harness or something of the like if you really want to. Its your bikes lights that make the biggest difference in the end.
Aug 10, 2014
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Robert R: No none of the jackets have reflective material on them. Aug 10, 2014
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George B: There are none from what I can see. Aug 10, 2014
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David P: Thanks for the quick reply. Aug 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: I am 5' 11" about 205 lbs tried on the overlord in L and XL. The L fit tight but comfortable, the XL fit better but, bit looser in the arms and shoulders. Both sizes seem to be comfortable. Is it better to go with the tighter better shoulder fit? Or loose shoulder but less snug in the chest and stomach? How much will the leather change over time? Don't want the XL to become way too loose. Aug 8, 2014
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Jonathan T: I'd stick with the tighter L. It'll stretch a little and be more comfortable over time. Mine was a little tight in the chest at first but it was fine after a few good rides. As someone who went full superman in the textile version of this jacket I can tell you that you want it snug enough that the shoulder armor doesn't go moving around. ;) Upgrade the back protector if you can too! Aug 9, 2014
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Jason F: It does not loosen up much at all. You want it to be tight god for bid you go down you do not want it sliding up. Personally I would go with the large. Aug 8, 2014
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ciprian p: When I bought mine I went to the Revzilla store and tried two sizes. I was in the exact situation and ended up buying the smaller one. This because even the bigger one was more comfortable the guy at the store convinced me to get the other one. He was in his 50s and he's had a lot of hours on the track, he said that it's suppose to be tight, mine it's tight on the arms and tight around the chest. I almost hesitated to buy this size but I trusted his advice since I'm new to this. I've had the jacket for a few years now and I cannot really say it stretched, it feels the same as when I bought it, but I don't feel sorry about the choice. I feel safe and still comfortable when I move around on the bike. Aug 9, 2014
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Steven S: Sorry for the delay. I am a medium. Fits like a glove. I have a snugg fit everywhere and it is how I prefer it. I have only warn mine for three months and very little stretching has occurred. Most of my riding I do on my tank and the pre formed arms/shoulders do well. When I do go down I would prefer my protection to be tight. Things tend to move around pretty easy when the planet is trying to rub them off of you. Aug 18, 2014
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Scott W: I would suggest going for the large. Understand that the leather will relax a bit over time and, to some extent, comform to fit you. Also, a tighter fit is more desirable if, God forbid, you go down. Aug 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: Question about sizing. my chest measurement is about 43, perfect for the XL. however my arm measurement is 32, which is about the medium or large size. Any Ideas on what size to get? Should I worry more about my chest or arm measurement? Aug 12, 2014
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Naoki F: My chest is 41 and I got a large and it fits me pretty well. I have a same problem (?) as you do. I have a wider chest and shorter arm. I first tried a medium because of my arm length and it was just too tight. I could not zip up to close my jacket. So, I would say you should get XL if your chest is 43.
By the way, it's a real good jacket. Mine is white and I wear it with ICON stryker back protector. I love it.

-n
Aug 12, 2014
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asiel i: im 6 foot 3 inches my chest measures about 44 inches and my arms 35 inches and i got a 2xl in the chest and arms is loose no big deal for me and im glad i did get the 2xl because the legth of the arm is right on if would gotten the xl it would been short; for a 32 inch arms i think the xl is fine Aug 12, 2014
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Nick L: I would worry more about the chest size. It is a very slim fitting jacket so if you go smaller on the chest size it will be too tight Aug 12, 2014
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Kevin S: Worry more about chest size verse arm length....I have long arms and mine fits fine in the arms. Aug 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: There is a question about warm weather in this jacket that wasn't answered very definitively. I'll be riding in hawaii with 80 degree somewhat humid conditions. If I remove the liner will this be comfortable in that weather? Thanks! Feb 8, 2014
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Nikalus S: It flows a good amount of air while you're riding, but like all leathers, it's warm no matter what. I love mine and prefer leather to textile. If you don't, there are certainly cooler textile jackets out there.

I should note that mine is white, which seems to reflect more heat than darker jackets.
Feb 8, 2014
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Bella Elizabeth M: I live in Western Australia, 30-40 C (85-105F) during the summer with no liner and it's fine, I do get hot at the lights when in the city but that's fairly normal for all jackets, just keep your speed up! The liner is good in the cooler months too, or for 1980's fancy dress parties. Feb 9, 2014
A S: Thanks for your quick answers guys, buying it now! Feb 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: I am 5' 10" and weigh in about 160. Measuring from the back of the neck and down to the wrist I have a 35.5" arm. My chest is about 38"-39". I also have an athletic build. Which jacket size would be best for me? Jul 17, 2014
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Naoki F: I think you'd want a LARGE. Medium will be a bit too tight for you.

-n
Aug 12, 2014
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Robert E: You will want the large. The sleeves and back will fit better than the medium. Jul 18, 2014
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Kevin Z asked: does this jacket only fit the stryker back armor? Was wondering if this jacket will fit the icon bionic air back protector or icon bioarmor back protectors. Jun 23, 2014
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Steven S: I only have the icon filed armor it came with. The pocket and pad extend from 2" below the collar to 2-3" from bottom of jacket. The pocket is pretty form fitting. The pad is A long rectangle with bulging sides. Pad measures 19.5" long and 10" wide. Pocket is mesh and could stretch a little. My jacket is a medium. Hope this helps. Jun 24, 2014
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Scott W: It's pretty flexible. I put the KLIM D3O back protector in it even though it's technically about an inch wider... and it fits just fine. I'd say it would be compatible with the vast majority of back protectors. Jun 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is this jacket durable to rain? Nov 13, 2014
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ciprian p: I never tried it in rain but I would say no. It's all vented and has a lot of fabric on the arms. It's basically a summer jacket. Nov 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have an Icon Overlord Leather jacket exactly the same as the murdered out black one in the video. What are my options with Icon pants that will connect to the 360 zipper in the rear of my jacket? The overlord prime leather pant I believe is an option. Are any other pants available that will connect? Possibly textile or the new over lord resistance? One more question. For a back insert would your recommend the stryker or the D3O? Oct 21, 2013
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Paul D: I personally do not own a pair of "riding pants",... I do however own the Overlord leather riding jacket-let me say "I Love it!". It will take on the back inserts....not too sure on size, it comes with one already so, a replacement is an option. The jacket is compatible with riding pants, via connecting buttons and/or a zipper ...Stay calm and Ride On... Oct 21, 2013
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Doug B asked: I have the Gmax dual sport high viz yellow helmet (gm11d). It looks like the green jacket is pretty close to the same color, can someone confirm before I purchase? Sep 30, 2013
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Robert E: I have the jacket in green and I can safely say that the ho-viz yellow is quite a few shades different than the Icon green. Hi-viz is more like a highlighter whereas the Icon green is more similar to Kawasaki green. Sep 30, 2013
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A shopper asked: I live in south florida where it gets 90+ for the entire summer, is this jacket cool enough to ride in such temperatures? We don't have a winter either so I'm just looking for good summer protection. Jan 14, 2013
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Jason O: I wouldn't recommend this jacket for any warm riding due to the material of the lining. If you sweat in it at all, it will leave some pretty nasty stains that don't come out. This jacket is best around 65 to 70 degrees. Jan 14, 2013
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A S asked: Jacket is on clearance. Should it not fit correctly can it be returned?
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Icon Men's Jacket Sizing

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

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Stealth Black / SM 722343 2810-1883 Out of Stock
Stealth Black / MD 722344 2810-1884 Out of Stock
Stealth Black / LG 722345 2810-1885 Out of Stock
Stealth Black / XL 722346 2810-1886 Out of Stock
Stealth Black / 2XL 722347 2810-1887 Available: Expect 1-4 business days processing time prior to shipment
Stealth Black / 3XL 722348 2810-1888 Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment
Stealth Black / 4XL 722349 2810-1889 Out of Stock
White / SM 722350 2810-1890 Out of Stock
White / MD 722351 2810-1891 Out of Stock
White / LG 722352 2810-1892 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White / XL 722353 2810-1893 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White / 2XL 722354 2810-1894 Out of Stock
Green / SM 722365 2810-1905 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Green / MD 722366 2810-1906 Out of Stock
Green / LG 722367 2810-1907 Out of Stock
Green / XL 722368 2810-1908 Out of Stock
Green / 2XL 722369 2810-1909 Out of Stock