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Icon Patrol Raiden Jacket

The call of adventure beckons to every man’s soul. A primal need to explore the limits of earth, body, and mind. The Patrol Raiden jacket is the ultimate companion in this quest. Built on Icon's proven Patrol jacket chassis, the Raiden is a fully waterproof, all-weather, all-environment riding jacket. To keep out the wind and rain, the abrasion-resistant nylon chassis is fully seam-sealed and includes waterproof YKK® zippers and a quick-action magnetic storm flap.

Mounted within the chassis is a full complement of Field Armor™ CE approved impact protectors. A full 3M reflective graphics package provides optimum nighttime visibility. Six intake and exhaust ports provide ample mechanical ventilation while the removable Thermolite insulated liner helps keep your core temperature regulated. Externally, Icon added enough pockets to carry everything you need for distance rides and included a removable external hydration pocket to hold a 1.5-liter water pack (not included).



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Grey / SM 847369 2820-2445 Out of Stock
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Grey / XL 847372 2820-2448 Out of Stock
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Icon Patrol Raiden Waterproof Jacket 4.8 5 18 18
Good product and warm. This jacket is very warm. I ride year round. Improvements, front zipper let's some cold air in to the chest. Arms leak water a tinny bit during down pour. All in all very good jacket I am extremely happy. Putting magnetic flaps over zippers like the front should resolve the leaking on arms. You will really like this jack. December 15, 2014
Sportbike tested.... Rider approved So let me explain a bit, I bought this jacket because I needed an all weather jacket to wear with my 2nd motorcycle. Now, I bought this jacket a bit in advance to the bike and decided to test it out on my Daytona 675... To sum it all up the jacket is superb when considering cold conditions however, it does take some adjusting to when riding due to the overall bulkiness of the jacket When I received the jacket the first thing I noticed was how much more vibrant the colors were, the red is a very bright and appealing red, and surprisingly the grey doesn't melt too far into the overall colors. The amount of reflective taping is "too dang high." Bad jokes aside the rider profile created with this reflective material (this is with the camel pack attached) is great and would really give me confidence when riding up to a military base's gate without a riding vest in the early morning (you military people know what im talking about). The zippers are great and the whole jacket has a premium feel to it, it should be noted though, this jacket is for sport touring/adventure that means its heavy... really heavy.... At first I wasn't too keen on the patches, I thought they were cheap and really wished I could get the jacket without them, but again this is something you need to see in person, the patches in my opinion do actually add a nice finish the jacket, is it worth the extra 100 - 150 dollars... well lets say if they sold the raiden jacket without them and it only cost 25 dollars more than the bland one color basic version... I would get that, but these aren't bad. Pockets, pockets galore seriously giant freaking pockets pretty much everywhere I DIDN'T KNOW WHERE TO PUT MY PHONE BECAUSE I HAD SO MANY OPTIONS! when comparing this to most street jackets, even leather, this one stack up in weight... maybe not as much but it definitely makes up for it with its bulk which brings me to my next point I rode for an entire week with this jacket in early Feb weather... This is California February.... Its cold but not cold when comparing it to other locations. I used this jacket without the liner and i'll say I had issues at first moving my head, the way the collar comes up pretty much into the helmet creates resistance not necessarily optimal for a sport bike that requires a lot of head movement. Of course this can be fixed by either not zipping the jacket all the way to the top or adjusting it prior to getting on the bike. I mentioned the weight earlier, it really does change the way you ride, not by much, but it does take some getting used to especially when you come from lighter mesh or basic textile jackets. The hood..... is probably the most useless part of this jacket, really it only serves as a fashion statement however, in my opinion its a good fashion statement. I did however find myself removing it near the end of my week to make the jacket a bit more practical. Finally, we come to another vital part to this jacket... venting. with this jacket I took a 3rd motorcycle safety course, this means I was up at the cold crack of dawn and was riding in the warm afternoon sun, well it would seem that this warm afternoon sun was the hottest sun throughout the week. Now that I've established that it was hot let me tell you how this jacket performed, for anyone whose taken a MSF course you know there is a lot of talking and a very small amount of riding, when we were off the bike the jacket was uncomfortable even with the vents open... who didn't see that coming? Well even once we got moving it still wasn't enough to completely cool down, at least not until I hit speeds of 15 - 25 mph, after that it was pretty cool, almost too cool.. I'm noting this because for a jacket like this to breath so well when at speed is something I wasn't expecting, I probably wouldn't think to hard if I had to choose this jacket for a cold morning commute and possible warm afternoon. Other than that I felt the jacket was adequate however at its price point I can't help but caveat the recommendation with this, the jacket is great however, as its advertized, its not designed for sport bikes. Can you use it with one, yes, is it optimal... no but if you have another reason for the jacket or you need something warm this is a very good option also in regards to its weather proofing, lets be fair here, everything is only waterproof to a certain point before it gets completely soaked through. I have yet to test its waterproof capabilities but I don't really expect it to last too long in torrential waters, still its better than most and should provide a decent amount protection on in terms of sizing, I normally wear Large/Tall jackets... I decided to buy one size up because Icon Jackets tend to fit small on me, The jacket fits, its close to being too big but then again its not for the type of jacket it is.... In the end I would recommend go one size up, even though it fits large I feel more comfortable knowing it covers my body rather than be too short. March 15, 2014
Awesome!! I already had high expectations of this jacket after doing a fair bit of research, but getting hold of the real thing is far above that! Both jackets, got red and a grey one, are excellent quality, stitching I'd perfect and all but invisible. The jackets are highly visible KEY for biking in Asia! High wear areas all well placed and the Raiden version just looks great. To date have not found any issues with versatility, as have ridden I 12-30 degrees. A word on the fit, I'm 5'11 42-44 inch chest, and the large is perfect, would not want any smaller at all. Icon must have changed the sizes since the revz review. February 5, 2014
True Winner. Thanks ICON. As my wardrobe is utterly filled with Revzilla products, I am on a mission today to be helpful and provide an up-to-date review of as many products as possible. As such, this review will be current (as of late January 2014), quick and to the point. First off, I am a street/custom rider, so the brand's approach is dead-on for me. Might not be for racers and what have you, but to each their own. The "Raiden Jacket" is very serious business. Not for the faint of heart. Pictures don't do it justice. I took the recommendation and downsized. As such, it's nice and snug. Throwing a hoody underneath is a bit challenging, but it does work. Maybe I just need to lose a few. Haha. It is incredibly warm. Styling is beautiful. Love the patchwork. It's a VERY thick jacket, and seems incredibly durable. Gonna be around for a long time. Very satisfied. 5 out of 5 stars for these reasons. Some people feel ICON is a "bargain-brand" of some sort, but I disagree entirely. My closet is filled with their stuff, and I wouldn't spend my hard-earned money on garbage - repeatedly. Their quality has vastly improved, and the ICON 1000 line is a true winner. Ride safely. January 25, 2014
great looks jacket keeps out the wind and the rain, looks great January 22, 2014
Very stylish, a bit bulky First off, I ended up RMA'ing this jacket and did not opt to get another one. I used it primarily on a 10 day trip in Alaska during which it performed well. One day we rode all day in 18-24 degree weather. That was a little below this jacket's range, as well as the rest of my gear (nothing heated), but I survived. Why I returned it is because the hook and loop fasteners on the cuffs wore out. They didn't really hook strongly when the jacket was new, but they deteriorated to the point that they didn't have any stick at all. They would pop loose as soon as I tried to pull my gloves over them. I didn't know if it was a design flaw or just a problem with my one jacket, but I didn't want to risk it with another. Overall the jacket is warm. It has lots of pockets, though some could be bigger. The rabbit pocket isn't large enough to store the liner unfortunately. I love the sleeve pocket, perfect for quick access to a phone or wallet. It seems relatively waterproof, I stayed dry though it was colder in a heavy downpour. It is bulky though, even cinched down - there is just a lot of material. The magnetic closure over the zipper is great, the jacket is pretty simple to get in and out of. Oh and the hood - very nice. It's actually adjustable too so you can completely hide within it or pull it back a bit so you can see. The jacket really does look fantastic. I had the orange. I wish it came with the bladder for the camelbak pouch, I had to purchase that separately. I think the price is reasonable for the features and overall quality of the jacket. Nobody else seems to have had my cuff issue, so maybe it was a defective jacket. October 30, 2013
Great comfort and love the color. I loved how the jacket looks. Also it has great comfort. August 10, 2013
did the job i didn't buy from Revzilla, cause i'm in Europe, but this website helped me to find the right size, etc, and it's probably the most popular bike gear website in the world, so it makes perfect sense to put the review here. for me, the fit is true to size, i almost always buy everything in L, and got the icon patrol jacket and pants in L. the suit is very adjustable, including pant length, but not sleeve length! i'm 185cm, and the fit is close to perfect. when buying, make sure to sit on the bike in the pose you normally sit, to be sure the pants and sleeves are not short/tight, etc. in the spring, i was riding without the thermal liner, wearing just the t-shirt underneath -- and it was warm enough for commuting at 10-15 degrees (celsius). with the liner, it's comfortable for short commutes in 5-10 degrees. lower temperatures, or faster speeds - i put more layers on. took it to Nordkapp, 3 weeks, 7000 km, 5 days of rain, sometimes cold, sometimes warm. temperature ranged from +8 to +30 (approximately). the suit handled it very well. i had some stuff wet after rains, but i can blame shorty gloves for that though. dries very fast using a heater, if you can find one. in heavy rain, the water can get in through the sleeve openings, and through the thermal liner, and into sleeve pockets "from inside". so it's advisable to store stuff in the internal or side pockets when riding in rain, or get some gauntlet-style gloves :) also make sure to zip all pockets and vents properly, all the way. there are many pockets. i was carrying my mobile, wallet, camera, matches, side-stand pad, GPS (zumo 220), all the keys, cigarettes, lighter, snacks, and many other things in the pockets, and still had more pocket space. almost everything went out dry after all rains, only 1 matchbox drowned. the pants and the jacket are VERY bulky, so if you plan to put them in the side cases on your bike while you hike -- make sure to reserve LOTS of empty space. the jacket fills almost entire 45L case, the pants fill half the case. the pants are very wide at the bottom -- which is good, they fit well over my astars SMX-5 boots. the jacket gets dirty pretty quickly, can't say yet how it will end up after cleaning. has ventilation. can't say much about it, used only 1 time when it became REALLY hot, and it helped a bit :) summary: this is the best suit i ever had, it can handle the lowest temperatures, strong cold winds and rains, feels very comfy, and looks very stylish! it kept me dry and warm in all weather conditions i tried. i think it will handle at least 2-3 more trips like that, maybe more. the quality is very good. i definitely don't regret buying it. thanks, ICON! August 6, 2013
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大 æ: cool! Jun 9, 2015
Raymond P: At the point I bought this jacket I was a daily commuter year round. It was the best jacket I ever owned until I bought the Hypersport Prime jacket recently! What a great jacket! Apr 30, 2015
Mlebba: Great looking design, good review, plan on tackling long distance touring and need all-weather proof jacket at a reasonable price Mar 22, 2015
Juan V: I was looking for a Fall/Spring jacket and hear about this from another user who swears by it. Mar 7, 2015
Jonathan P: on closeout Mar 1, 2015
M I: posing again. cool jacket. Aug 20, 2014
Rui J: your video helps Jul 17, 2014
Cevasco M: Its very comfortable, and its and all around jacket. Jun 21, 2014
John H: I was already impressed by the Icon product line. I wanted a jacket for serious exploring. May 15, 2014
Kc S: Very nice Winter jacket Apr 11, 2014
B R: Looks great, suited my needs. Apr 10, 2014
Snorre Kveim : Cool, and good reviews. Mar 5, 2014
John W: I was looking for an all weather jacket, that would serve for a trip in Asia. It needed to have excellent cooling for the low lands, but be warm as we plan to head up in some mountains where it can get a little chilly. The incorporated CE armour was a plus as well. And the look is way cooler than most all other products around. John GSA1200 Jan 29, 2014
Etienne M: What I saw on the Icon's Portland to Dakar video. This jacket is made for the tuff stuff! Nov 27, 2013
A shopper asked: my husband wants this for his bday, i'm trying to figure out what size to buy, he is 5'10, 195lbs, should I got with Large or x-large, his winter jackets all alternate is one or the other, i dont know which to pick? Dec 16, 2013
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Tim T: I would go with a large as the jacket runs very big. I am 5'9 225 and have a large size. I use mine without the warm liner. I normally buy extra large in my shirt sizes. with the warm liner in the jacket is a little too tight near the waist. Dec 16, 2013
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Samuel D: These jackets actually run quite large. I am 5'10" 165lbs and a size small fits me perfectly. I would guess a medium would be best for your husband, but even that may be a little on the large side. Dec 16, 2013
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Jamahl P: I am 5'11 and got a size large when I was 210lb. The fit was good, I am now down to 190 lb and it's fits good but slightly baggy. I think a size large will for your husband well. Dec 16, 2013
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Thomas K: My build is almost identical to your husband, and I love my LARGE - these jackets run a little on the roomy side. Dec 18, 2013
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Jan H. A: Hi, I was between xl and xxl. I bought the xxl but should have gone for the xl. Dec 16, 2013
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Rudi J: I think L size Dec 16, 2013
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A shopper asked: So I have research this item to death, seems there is a strong feeling that ICON has adjusted the either the jacket or the size chart.... can you guys confirm? I live in China and returning an item is too much trouble I would like to order the right size the first time... I am 185cm or 6'1. 85kg or 190lbs. Can you guys help? Aug 13, 2014
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Xhenis X: Hey man. First of all I've researched the this thing to death as well and buying it has been an absolute pleasure. This jacket is honestly the best. My current fit is 6'0 and weight about 220 lbs and I ordered a large. Now when I first received the jacket I said "damn should've gotten a medium" but as time went by breaking in the jacket, it's honestly perfect. In your case i might get a medium due to the weight. But I like looser fitting attire. On top of that it does have an inner belt liner that really hugs your waist when buttoned in, making it feel tight. Also with the bigger jacket I find more airflow when riding, making it almost not touch my skin as much and makes it as its not there.honestly it's a beautiful Jacket and getting a large or a medium is more than ok. Good luck with your purchase! Aug 13, 2014
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Yair T: I Am 5'-10" , 195 lbs and fit. I purchased a medium and after trying it on would of preferred a lrg. Medium is a bit snug , especially by the armpit area and that is with only a t-shirt on. Not much space for a sweater. The sleeve length is perfect on the medium but I would prefer a little more breathing room. Hope this helped Aug 14, 2014
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John H: I am 6 foot , three inches and weigh approximately 220lbs. I have an athletic build, normally wearing a 44-46 long in a sport coat. I ordered this item in 2xl, which seems to work for all of the ICON jackets I wear. I have yet to find fault with any of them. I hope this helps. Best of luck!
Kawasaki ZX-14
Aug 15, 2014
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Heather M: I am 5 10 170 pounds and the medium fits fine but with the liner no extra room for sweat shirt but it is warm enough and really needed. I think a large would work well for you. Aug 13, 2014
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Rui J: You may need size XL for jacket and L for pants. The pants are HUGE and super long. Jacket size is understandable. Aug 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi, I'm 5'6", 42" chest no belly. Which size should I get? Size chart indicates a Large, but it seems like the jacket runs a bit bigger than usual so was wondering if Medium would be best. Feb 6, 2015
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Mark B: This is a winter jacket keep this in mind. If you like a tighter fit then go with the medium. But I feel it would be tight in the shoulder If you drop a size. The large is a little big at the chest and mid section. One again it's a winter jacket. Wear a sweat shirt under the jacket and you will be fine. This is a great winter jacket. I feel the large is perfect for my commuting needs. I commute 100 miles a day year round on a CBR1000RR so being a tad loose in the large size is nice. The jacket has draw strings that should take up the slack if you want a tighter fit. As well as the kidney belt strap. Enjoy this great jacket and keep the rubber side down. Good luck and be safe. Feb 6, 2015
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Josh W: Hi, you might find even a medium will be too big as the arms are quite long. I'm 5'11" and 180lbs and wear a medium which i can easily fit a hoody or soft shell under. Feb 7, 2015
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Dan C: Get a medium. They fit BIG. I originally got a Large and was absolutely swimming in it and returned it. I'm 5'9 195lbs. Feb 6, 2015
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Daijiro K: This jacket is relaxed fit .
It would be okay in the Medium size.
Feb 6, 2015
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Brann H asked: Does the hood fold up? Oct 27, 2014
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Raymond P: The hood can be removed. The back pack also can be removed Buy it this is the best jacket I've ever owned. Oct 27, 2014
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Chris F: It rolls up and velcros closed or you can zip it off entirely. Oct 27, 2014
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Derrick A: No, not into the jacket. it is detachable though. Oct 28, 2014
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Matthew K: It does. You can take it off to! Oct 28, 2014
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Adrian C asked: I really want this jacket though I've just moved to San Antonio and it's about to really warm up. Could you wear this jacket in summer? Apr 18, 2014
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Chris B: I really doubt it Adrian - I wore my Raiden jacket to Michigan's Upper Peninsula for some dual sport riding on the trails last summer and as soon as I slowed down to 5-15 mph and got off the main road and into the forest - I was sweating like a "xxxxx in church!" The circulation in the jacket when there's airflow is very customizable and well done. That said - it was only 70-80 degrees but I was cooking inside it. This jacket feels like it's meant for foul weather, Fall/Winter/Spring, or open roads.

Never had the pleasure of riding a bike in the 'dry heat' down south in the summer - but I'd bet as long as you were moving along on the Hwy or main roads you'll be grand. If you have to sit still downtown or in traffic and it's 80+ I'll bet you'd want something lighter than this.

I wear mine to work everyday in the summer (70-95 degrees) and it's 10 miles of 55mph roads and I'm not too hot upon arrival. Best jacket I've ever owned too btw!
Apr 21, 2014
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Tim T: too hot for temps above 80 degrees, not too bad when moving with all the vents open. This is a very heavy jacket, about 6 pounds. I use mine up till about the end of spring, then its time for something cooler.
Great jacket though.
Apr 18, 2014
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Raymond P: The jacket is by far the best I've ever owned and I highly recommend you buy it. I live in Florida and wore it to commute 20 miles each way to work. It ventalates well and is great during the afternoon rain showers Apr 19, 2014
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Laurence M: Not a chance brother, sorry. I brought this jacket with me from Alaska to Houston, it's wearing a hanger out... Apr 18, 2014
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Chris O asked: Wondering what size would be recommended for a 5'11" 170lb guy such as myself for the Icon Patrol Raiden Waterproof Jacket? I was thinking about a large until i watched the video and saw that giant of a man in a medium... now i am trying to decide whether a medium is right or perhaps a small. I do like my adventure gear, jackets in particular, a bit baggy but not a parachute. Aug 5, 2014
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Chris B: I am also 5'10" (and a half dammit!!) and I roll in at 165 to 175 with average build through upper body - no pot belly here. The large Raiden jacket I first ordered and returned was a little too roomy, too long in torso/sleeves and buffeted a little in the wind at speed. The medium I've wore for a couple years now is spot on. You can wear a base layer and a light fleece under it with the thermal lining inside though you're not going to get a heavy hoody under it and zip it closed to the top. There's not a lot of additional room in the sleeves for material but the length is nice and doesn't lack when in riding position. Summer riding without the thermal liner and a t-shirt is comfy with a ton of airflow and functional pockets but still feels secure without the parachute billow when you're at pace on the Hwy.

The orange is pretty hi-viz without going full on neon green too - big fan of this one so far and would recommend.
Aug 5, 2014
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david p: hi chris, im 5'8" 170lbs and the medium fits well. I wear a mesh body armor suit underneath it and it is just big enough to accommodate that. but a great fit with just the factory soft armor. the bottom of the jacket runs to about my pubic bone and the sleeves go out to where my thumb meets my hand so on your longer body frame it should fit just fine. Sep 8, 2014
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Worapong S: Get the medium I'm 5'10" 180 currently and use MD Aug 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have the good old Strongarm 13 Jacket, size 2XL and it fits very well considering I'm 6'3", 180lbs. Chest 41' but sleeve 35'', for me it is of most importance that the sleeve is not too short so should I go for the 2XL again? Nov 4, 2012
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Tommy: I'm 6'2", 170lbs, and have an XL. The length of the jacket is perfect for me, especially long the arms (where if I pull the sleeves taught, the cuff will reach down to my knuckle), but the space inside the sleeve is VERY generous. The arm straps help a lot, and I don't know how large your arms are, but just know that the general fit and feel of the jacket is 'baggy'. Nov 5, 2012
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Breytheman: rosu,

Im 6'2 1/2" 225 lbs, and i wear a size XL and i fits well. The length of the sleeves is fine, but around the neck is a little snug. hope this helps!

Feb 6, 2013
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DOB17: You'll find the 2XL sleeve lenght is perfect for you. I wear a 33" and the sleeve is too long for me in this jacket. Do it! Jan 20, 2013
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Lars v asked: Are the branded chest patches easily removable without compromising the waterproofiness? Sep 25, 2014
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Raymond P: They appear to be sewn on but I can't tell if removing them would compromise the waterproof integrity.

I was originally concerned about the patches but I got used to them and they don't detract from the look of the jacket. Don't let the patches stop you from buying this jacket - it's the best one I've ever owned and I've owned a lot!
Sep 25, 2014
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Derrick A: Not sure about that. But why would you want to take them off?
That is what makes the jacket great!!
Oct 28, 2014
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Dallas O asked: Not 100% on what size to get??? I'm 5'11 and 192lbs with chest about 41 and arms 33. really want to get it right because it has to be shipped to Australia and winter is just getting started here and don't feel like returning jacket for a different size.
If anyone could help that would be great
Mar 27, 2014
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Chris B: I'm 5'10 and 175# though a bit wider through shoulders/chest for build. I ordered a medium and like the fit. Ample length for outstretched arms, the tail on the jacket keeps out the wind in the cold, and there's enough room inside the chest area for a t-shirt and a lightweight fleece/layered insulation. You're not going to be able to wear a heavy hoody under that thing and zip it up all the way unless you go up a size - but the jacket is so well built you won't need one with a couple light layers and the thermo-liner it comes with anyway. Apr 21, 2014
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Jamahl P: I am 5'11" when I got the jacket last year i was 220lb and it fit great with room left over. I am now 189lb and it still fits great with even more room left over. the jacket runs rather big. If you want a snug fit I would get a Med, but for a standard loose fit the jacket is made for a size large should fit you well. Apr 1, 2014
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Matthew S asked: has anyone bought a water bladder to put in this jacket? what brand/size did you get? and was the straw/tube long enough or did you have to buy an longer one? Mar 9, 2014
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Shaun S: The card that comes with the jacket in the back flap specifies a 50 oz bladder can be used. It mentions camelback brand and the part number is 90141 through parts unlimited dealer. The tubes all should be long enough. Mar 9, 2014
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Chris B: When I checked with CamelBack they said the size/make spec'd on that card that comes with the jacket was disco'd. To be honest - any old bladder you have in that 10L to 15L size with a bite valve should be good enough to throw in and go. Aug 5, 2014
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Matthew S asked: Due to genetics and high metabolism, i've got the bean-pole thing going on, im 6'4" 160 ilbs, chest is about a 37-38, which seems like it would put me in a small, but arms are more of a 34. Anyone know what size I should get? Mar 8, 2014
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edward m: Small should fit no problem as very big fitting ! I ordered a medium and hadto send it back as was too big
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Mar 9, 2014
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Matthew S: well according to the size chart the small should fit my chest size, im just worried about the arm length, do you think the arms will be too short for me, with roughly 34" arm? Mar 9, 2014
Jan H. A: I was a xxl when I bought mine. Should have gone for a xl since it was to big with just a t-shirt under. Mar 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: I want this jacket, but I'm confused about sizing from many different reviews all over. It's january 2014 - how is the current sizing for this jacket trending? I'm 5'11" 210 43" chest... Which size? Any and all help would be appreciated.

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David W: My chest is 42 and xl fit me good Jan 30, 2015
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A shopper asked: Would the Small size be small enough to fit a 5'2" 120 lb female rider? I've been wanting a new jacket for fall/winter SM riding, and love the style of the gray jacket. I prefer a relaxed fit, but am concerned it may be too ill-fitting and bulky. Would it be ridiculous to roll the cuffs up if necessary? Aug 25, 2014
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