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Let the lesser jackets and their mundane riders move a lane over. The Overlord jacket unites the classic swagger of the ICON brand with the most advanced textile jacket in its segment.
Featuring a rugged sublimated textile chassis, an attack fit, and a full suite of industry leading D3O Impact Protectors (Shoulders, Elbows, and Back), the Overlord jacket understands the core needs of the street-focused sportbike rider. Additional rider-centric details include molded neoprene comfort collar, elbow and shoulder flex zones, internal and external zone 3 reinforcements, and streamlined SportCuff.
Icon attack fit.
Sublimated textile chassis with mesh for ventilation
D30 impact protectors in the shoulders, elbows, and back
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Orey W:I am 6'0" 170 and I got a size medium. It fits me perfect in the arms and torso, even though I have a longer torso than most. This is a loose fitting jacket around the lower torso. Not going to be tight like a leather jacket. I would say a large would fit you well in the body but might be a bit short for longer arms. And the XL would fit your arms but not the torso. So it will most likely be a compromise. But I always wear a hoody under this jacket because it flows a LOT of air! So with a hoody on a XL might work well for you. Feb 23, 2015
Sulaiman S:I'm 5' 9" 165 lbs and a xl fits me just fine. I wasn't sure if when I got it if it would fit comfortably but it did. I just went by the size shit I wear. I'm pretty sure that if the size you get can be returned if it doesn't fit. I hope I was somewhat helpful in with your final decision. Good luck on that.
Jermaine W:I'm 5'11 and athletic build ( a bit on the skinnier side) and I bought the large. The jacket stops just a little below my waist and the sleeves are a perfect length. I would recommend that you get a X-large especially with your height.
Jeff S:I'm about that same build as you at 6'5" 200lb. I originally ordered a large but felt it was a bit tight on the shoulders and a little short on arm length. I'm happy I switched mine out for a XL. Feb 23, 2015
Mark S:I'm about 5'9" and weigh 170. I got a L. It's not a loose fitting jacket design so the L worked for me. I'd go for the 2X and see how that fits. At least if it's a little too big you could still wear it. Free returns if it's too big.May 21, 2015
Andrew S:I am 6 ft 210 and work out as well. I went with a xl. Looked at a suit jacket I had go to get shoulder measurement. I am a 42 I believe. I can fit a goodie under but feels snug at that point. May 20, 2015
Keenan A:The majority of the jacket is actually grey. The vents in the arms & sides are black. Still a great jacket nonetheless I wear it everyday on my ride to work. Take the lining out makes a great summer jacket. May 19, 2015
Sam F asked:I'm 5'9" and weight 135. I'm not the biggest build and am pretty lean. Would a size M be too large without anything but a t-shirt underneath? I do not want the jacket to be too baggy but also do not want too tight of a fit in a Small.Jun 8, 2015
Jean-François S:To help you with perspective, I'm 5'11'' and weight 240. I ordered the 2XL and it's quite small,especially with a thin sweatshirt. Usually, the clothes I buy are L or XL. I'd suggest going a size over what you usually buy, I doubt it'll be baggy. It's made to stick to your body. Enjoy, I love that jacket!Jun 8, 2015
Astride L asked:I was looking at getting the white version for the Australian Summer season, we get temps here around 45 C (113 F) will this jacket have enough air flow to keep comfortably cool?Nov 17, 2014
Angel B:I live in Arizona, haven't ridden in the summer with the jacket yet but I've ridden in 90+ temp.(F) and really no problems. It has pretty good airflow, and with the removable inside liner its no problem. I recommend it personally. Price is not to crazy, good quality and product description true to its word. I have the white as well, helps with the sun not baking you. For the best airflow you gotta keep moving though. :) p.s white gets pretty dirty.Nov 18, 2014
Antonio F:I would say that you should be good. Ive been in 90+ degree weather with this jacket and the only time I got hot was sitting at the light. While riding though it got a ton of air and I was great. I did have the liner on also so if you took it out I'd say you definitely be good.Nov 18, 2014
David S asked:So my chest measured ~38 1/2 which shows to be a medium in the size chart, but I usually buy Large for most things i wear. Do these tend to run large or anything or should I just stay true to the size chart?Aug 31, 2014
Michael G:I don't know about the orange part, I got the murdered out black myself. However, I can answer your question about the fit. I am 6ft 1in and weigh 160. I am a tall lanky guy. The Large fits me really nicely with room for extra jackets if need be, without being really baggy on its own.Apr 27, 2015
Jose M E:I believe you are looking at the orange jacket's picture. In the picture the jackets looks red but its orange on the color options. I will warn you though, the jacket is really orange. This is from a previous buyer's question:
"A shopper asked: I am also wondering about the Orange color jacket... I like that red/black look. Is it really red/black or is this an image mistake and its really orange??? Oct 6, 2014
David S: Its most definitely Orange, and some of the black parts were actually white. I returned it for a different color. Oct 6, 2014"Apr 8, 2015
Luke W asked:I'm trying to get an idea on size as I do not have an opportunity to try this jacket on. I am 6'2 and around 205-210lbs. I'm concerned that the large will be too short, but I have another Icon jacket in XL (The Hood) and the armour moves around a fair bit inside the jacket. Any advice on size and how secure the armour is?Nov 25, 2014
Brent P asked:In the video they say 3 season riding jacket but is listed as a Summer and Winter jacket. Does it hold up well to both extremes? I know it has a removable liner for those really hot days but with the liner will it keep you warm enough for those just above freezing temperatures in winter?
I am a Florida year round rider looking for a nice all around jacket, love the way it looks and I'm hoping this is it.Nov 20, 2014
Carlos R:It all depends on your tolerance to the weather. I've been on rides with only the jacket and I was freezing. It is roomy enough to weather a couple of sweaters and thermals though. Great jacket!Dec 30, 2014