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A supersport battle cry against the powers that be. The ICON Overlord Resistance Jacket is the next generation of street battle dress. ICON’s proprietary Unit-Fused construction minimizes weight & increases comfort, all while adding a multi-tiered plan of defense. Injected shoulder, elbow, and back plates are composited with ballistic nylons and Fighter Mesh to form a tactical front. Internally, the Overlord Resistance Jacket is equipped with a full reinforcement of CE certified D3O® impact protectors - shoulders, elbows, and Viper back. Aggressive attack fit and dark hero design attributes ensure the Overlord Resistance Jacket defines street performance. Resistance, by any means necessary.
Icon Attack Fit
Fighter Mesh and nylon chassis with Unit-Fused chest and back paneling
D3O CE Certified elbow and shoulder impact protectors (removable)
D30 Viper CE Certified back protector (removable)
Injection molded plastic plates on shoulders, elbows and back
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Kenny G: I wanted a good jacket with good protection without getting overheated for the summer.Mar 27, 2014
A Zaki R: Since i'm a beginner, i wanted something that offered great protection and something that looked as "street" as possible, and it was love at first sight with the overlord resistance jacket!Mar 20, 2014
B U: Fit , safety,value, I think having to upgrade to better protection armor is bogus, like the other companies do hint hint alpine....Mar 14, 2014
Jong L: Super cool jacket with protection.Feb 19, 2014
scott l: I love the icon style and protection. Goes perfectly with my Ghost Carbon helmet.Feb 16, 2014
A S asked:Hi, i have measured my chest and came up a measurement of 44 inches when relaxed, I'm in-between a L and XL, what should i get? Will their be heaps of excess jacket if i get the XL of will the Large be to tight as a 44 inch? Thanks Sam.Oct 6, 2013
scott l:I had the same issue. I was between a large and med. I got the large first... Too big for me. When I sat in riding position the chest had inches of overlap. I am switching mine for a med. I need it a little tighter.Feb 25, 2014
Todd S asked:Seems visually that the only issue with this jacket is the zipper not being covered so if you don't have a tank protector you might be disappointed one day with scratches on the tank, any thoughts from the Revzilla team on this? Other than that appears to be a very nice and unique design, will consider purchasing after seeing some reviews from others after release in October.Sep 24, 2013
A shopper asked:Hi, the pictures you have of the red overlord resistance jacket show it with red chest armour pieces, however the pictures on Icon's own site show it with black chest armour pieces. So, do the red jackets have red chest armour, black chest armour, or is there a choice of either? Thanks.Sep 4, 2013
A shopper asked:I am having a really tough time deciding between ICON overlord resistance and ICON overlord prime jackets... Leather or textile? traditional or new age? are the textile jackets that much more relaxed > the leather ones more form fitting?Jan 14, 2014
Bryan G:What's your criteria ?
I live in LA and wanted max protection and good air flow.
Went with the resistance jacket because of the d30 internal armor and also the plastics on the outside. It's free flowing comfortable and you feel badass.
It's not relaxed like leather but you feel protected for sure.
I'm 5'10 beefy 50" chest 2xl was perfect for me.
This jacket is form fitting as it is the attack fit (pre curved/athletic cut ie not loose cut) so research icons different fits to see the different types.
It's a technical jacket but I use it to cruise upright on my 78 cb 750Jan 14, 2014
Josh A:It really depends on your riding type and preference. Textile will breathe a little more, and offer less snug fits, ranging from "Attack" to "Relaxed". Leather doesn't necessarily have to be snug, but if you're involved in racing or anything more than spirited riding, you need a snug fit. It also involves a break-in period, and will not breathe nearly as much (unless it is perforated).
I have this Overlord Resistance jacket; check out my review. I'm Josh. There's enough room for a smaller jacket underneath too.Jan 14, 2014
Michael G:I can't say anything about leather jackets but I have the icon overlord resistance and I love it. I was going to go leather but I live in the tropical north of Australia where it gets bloody hot and humid and the textile jacket gives unrivaled ventilation. So happy with my purchase. Mick. Jan 14, 2014
A shopper asked:Hello. I can't decide between this Overlord Resistance Jacket and a Dainese Superspeed Textile jacket. Wich one would be better for riding a naked / classic / commuter bike ? Is the white going to get dirty really fast ?Apr 3, 2014
A Zaki R:I personally love the overlord resistance jacket, the fit is great and the stealth cw just looks badass. I tried on the dainese superspeed but i've accepted the fact that the dainese fit just isnt for my not so 'european' body!
I personally think that the overlord resistance looks good on anything, from sportbikes, or naked bikes to touring to commuting. Whereas the dainese superspeed really looks best on a sportbike, but thats just my two cents.Apr 3, 2014
james g:I got the overlord in white and black. The protection and style is nice. I sent it back since there were a lot of hanging threads. Cut them off and found more. They were black threads in white areas and visa a versa. Black on black May be fine. I am now getting the Dainese super speedApr 6, 2014
C J:A fall at 60Mph will most likely break few bones with any kind of jacket at the best, but with this jacket you definitely have a layer of protection for road rashes which for me is very important. This jacket has a very strong construction and the armor inside gives you an extra protection in case of a fall. I bought it to be used on my rides in South Florida, first for the protection and second because if the weather is hot you can remove the inline and it will provide you a fresh air inside while still protects you. The leather does not have this option, is either hot or hot.Dec 1, 2013
A shopper asked:I'm a new rider, buying gear for the first time and I'm going to get a cruiser next year (early spring). Will this jacket work with a standard or upright seating position? I want to save up for the Icon 1000 Chapter jacket but that is more a winter jacket and I like the combo of protection and mesh of this jacket.
Dustin W asked:Can anyone tell me exactly which D30 armor is being used in the shoulders and elbows? I see that it's using the D30 Viper back armor (I assume the Viper Stealth?), but exactly which D30 is being used throughout the rest of the jacket? And for that matter, which D30 is used in the knees of the Overlord Resistance pants? I know that D30 makes a whole range of different armor. I'm trying to decide which protection is the best to buy; I seem to recall an old Gizmag video where they said the thicker Knox armor was better than the D30...Mar 30, 2014
A shopper asked:Can this jacket protect me from road rashes, broken bones, and son on at speeds over 50 mph and what could be the max speed it could handle because I tend to go over 90 mph on a extremely long straight road?Dec 3, 2013
Massimo N:The jacket is well built, fits true to size and the D30 lining is comfortable and light weight. It will certainly protect most road-rash. I doubt it will protect against broken bones at 90+ miles/hr. If you tend to ride hard and fast, you are probably better off with a one piece kangaroo hide race suit.Dec 9, 2013
Scott P:If you're going 90 MPH, not much is going to protect you! Broken bones will happen, road rash can still happen especially on uncovered areas (what about your legs?), etc. This jacket will offer good protection, but you also have to be careful about your riding!Dec 10, 2013