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The Icon Patrol Waterproof Jacket
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Icon Patrol Waterproof Jacket
  • Icon Patrol Waterproof Jacket - Black
  • Icon Patrol Waterproof Jacket - Yellow
  • Icon Patrol Waterproof Jacket - Yellow
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Icon Patrol Waterproof Jacket

Whether your ride includes chilly mountain passes or a soggy morning commute the Patrol Waterproof Jacket has you covered. Representing our most technically advanced all weather riding jacket, the Patrol will go the distance with unmatched safety, comfort and weather protection. 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, we added enough pockets to carry everything you need for distance rides and included a removable external hydration pocket to hold a 1.5 liter waterpack (not included).

  • Yellow colorway meet U.S. military PPE hi-visibility specifications
  • Icon relaxed fit
  • Waterproof seam sealed nylon textile chassis
  • Removable Icon CE field armor impact protector elbow and shoulder
  • Removable Icon dual-density foam back pad
  • Heavyweight ballistic impact panels
  • YKK waterproof zippers
  • Magnetic storm flap closures
  • 3M reflective panels
  • Multiple intake and exhaust vents
  • Removable hydration pocket (bladder not included)
  • Twelve storage pockets
  • Removable Thermolite insulated liner
  • Upgradable to Stryker CE back protector

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Held up well in low speed crash, but NOT WATERPROOF Good Points: - Held up in a 30mph crash. After my elbow, side and shoulder hit the tarmac and slid I was neither bruised not hurt in any way and the jacket suffered next to no wear. - Lots of pockets and useful hood Bad Points: - NOT WATERPROOF. Ok in very light rain or for a VERY short period (less than 10 mins) but otherwise leaves you drenched (even with liner fitted and all vents/pockets closed. Emailed Icon whoWOULD NOT ISSUE A REPLACEMENT - Poor build quality - After having used the jacket for a year the velcro sleeve fastenings are falling apart - the velcro is very frayed (almost unusable) and the plastic reinforcement to the fastening has come off completely. I would not recommend this jacket to anyone who expects a jacket to be vaguely water resistant. September 21, 2015
Looks good but not waterproof The jacket is far from waterproof. It works for about 20 min of rain, but any longer than that and you'll be soaked. The zipper gussets do not match the top of the zippers at the neck, so they end up digging into your throat. The jacket looks cool, and is warm, but if I had to do it all over again I would buy a different jacket for the rain. September 16, 2015
Maybe for you. First of all I did not keep this jacket. Nice concept. I think Icon tried to pack a lot into a single package. It was too heavy and almost too warm. I wanted something just a little less big and a little less baggy. Feels like one of my Columbia ski jackets and looks like one also. If a winter jacket is what your looking for then this is for you. September 1, 2015
Great jacket, very warm If I had to gripe about one thing it's that the jacket is very warm when you're not riding. Lots of ADV / dual sport touring involves pushing your big ole bike around, and I tend to get too hot and end up taking this jacket off unless I'm on the bike ready to roll. Never used the liner, maybe it'll get cold enough in winter to use it. Great venting for when you're rolling. The ballistic nylon feels totally bulletproof, it's a great jacket with lots of protection and style. Just know it's a very heavy nylon fabric, which some people may not prefer for dual sport riding. August 10, 2015
Great Adventure Waterproof Jacket Ive bought a Grey Patrol in XL one year ago to long trips and road use on a BMW 1200GS. Im from Brazil. Size and comfort: Im 6'0 and 210lbs and XL fitted perfect for me. It is a bit on the bulky and heavy side, but roomy and comfortable to give you freedom to move. Perfect for adventure and touring riding, I would not recommend it for sport bike riding though. It is waterproof. Ive road hours under heavy rain conditions and it kept me warm and dry. Even without the liner. The fabric got soaked externally but was dry in the next morning. In spite of its great vents, it is a warm jacket and to our local weather it is usable only during winter time (50's and below). For temps above that / dryer weather I use a BMW Rally (lighter) -Stile and Quality: I simply love the look of this jacket. It can be easily used off the bike. The materials are very nice quality and great looking as well. Id suggest to improve de velcro of the end of the sleeve that could be a bit wider to have a better grip. I would recommend it. August 3, 2015
Looking Forward to Winter Now I'm looking forward to using this in the winter in the Pacific Northwest where all of it's features will be tested to their fullest. So far it feels a little stiff, but hope that will change as it breaks in. The collar also seems to get in the way of my helmet, causing a snug fit while I have it zipped all the way up, I wear an Arai XD4 and the opening doesn't seem any smaller than other helmets. Overall I'm very happy with it. June 22, 2015
Heavy I was waiting for the price to go down on these jackets. When they did I pulled the trigger. At 6'2" 195 lbs, I am a large across the board, and it fits perfectly, if not a bit big. Pros: Very well built jacket. Not 100% waterproof, but does a great job. Cons: Heavy, especially with liner. May 18, 2015
Great Jacket This jacket is a little boxy in fit but it gets the job done. Durable, stands up to the wind and rain well and great protective features. March 23, 2015
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Icon Patrol Waterproof Jacket
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Tommy H: Fit me better. Aug 24, 2015
Justin L: fully functional and awesome looking. Lots of bang for the buck. Aug 18, 2015
Kevin B: I got the high viz... What was I thinking?? Apr 20, 2015
Vinton K: Color
On sale
Mar 9, 2015
Joeseph S: I bought this because the season is almost here an as soon as the ice and snow clears the roads I want to get on my bike, this jacket looks like it will keep me warm. The other jackets I have aren't that warm so I have to wear hoody under them and it is really uncomfortable. Mar 4, 2015
C C: It's a nice looking waterproof jacket and I like the hood for added protection from the rain and cold. Jan 22, 2015
Derik G: Very warm, keeps you warm into the 20's with the vents shut, I've worn it during warmer weather as just a rain suit with the liner pulled out and it keeps you dry and comfortble Nov 24, 2014
C P: After trying a few jackets - Scorpion EXO, Fieldsheer, Tour Master and a few others, Icon was the better value for the dollar. You can't get past the styling, useability - well thought out design, and quality of materials. Oct 24, 2014
Donald W: style and functionality Sep 25, 2014
F I: I really want red colour in size XXL . You don't have it. that why I buy this coloour.
When you have red colour in size XXL, please give me a call: 778 999 3897
I still want to buy it .thank hong
Sep 17, 2014
Charles B: Simple Design, clear video review, many options, good protection and especially visibility in the yellow for a new rider like myself. Mar 16, 2014
Prasanna U: 1. Overall good customer reviews
2. Helpful video reviewing the product.
Feb 25, 2014
Seth P: the reliability in the Icon name and features. The multiple storage and having multiple jacket styles in one. No need to carry extra gear when the one can do it all. Icon products and craftsmanship have always lived up to the price. I believe you get what you pay for and I have never been disappointed with there products. The big point is the features of this jacket. Long time rider and the features are not just flashy, they are reality. Its thought out for mother nature. Feb 22, 2014
Wayland M: Features of this jacket which included, being water proof, multi seasonal wear over a wide range of temps, and the armor protection of the jacket. Dec 17, 2013
Michael C: Commute Nov 9, 2013
Ronald J: I ride in foul weather and I wanted a two piece design. the jacket with liners is good for me down to 55 degrees. Many pockets, but my phone with case is a tight fit. I upgraded the stock back protection as the stock dual density pad sucked in my opinion. If you ride in heavy rain, you probably will get wet in a couple spots as the zippers are not fully closed. Tough construction and good fit and finish. Oct 20, 2013
A shopper asked: I live in australia and it gets pretty hot. Just wondering, how does this jacket do in the summer? Oct 14, 2013
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Jason P: The jacket is relatively heavy, is well made and seems to offer a fair amount of protection because of that it isn't cool in the summer by any means but it is tolerable. With the liner removed and all the vents open it flows air pretty well but it gets pretty hot while stopped. I have the black one and I imagine that it might be a touch cooler in a lighter color. I find wearing it above 90f / 32c to be a bit to much but it is what it is. Everything becomes a compromise. Like I said, it does flow air rather well under motion though. Oct 14, 2013
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Bronte S: I live in Melbourne and have had the Icon Patrol jacket for a few years now. I removed the inner liner and wear the jacket over a suit jacket in winter and over a shirt in summer to ride to work.
With all the zips open, up to the high 20 degrees celsius is ok but over 30 degrees celsius you still get a bit hot. Would depend a bit on what you are wearing under the jacket. (not sure any jacket is going to be very cool above 30 degrees C)
Great jacket for everyday use and wearing over work clothes.
Nov 3, 2013
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Cristian V: I ride this jacket year round. Without the liner on you shouldn't have a problem staying cool, it's got vents everywhere you could possibly imagine. The ones under the arm pits and on the arm sleeves help cool you the most. I recommend the matching gloves for the cooler months as well. They match the jackets and keep your hands water proof and warm. Oct 14, 2013
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Cristian V: I ride this jacket year round. Without the liner on you shouldn't have a problem staying cool, it's got vents everywhere you could possibly imagine. The ones under the arm pits and on the arm sleeves help cool you the most. I recommend the matching gloves for the cooler months as well. They match the jackets and keep your hands water proof and warm. Oct 14, 2013
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Justin C: This jacket is not meant to be a summer jacket. It does well in cool or cold weather, even mild weather if you're moving at a steady pace. This is a very heavy, water-resistant jacket that will not ventilate enough in hot weather. A great jacket nonetheless, it saved my life when I crashed last January. Oct 15, 2013
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Ronald N: This is def not a summer jacket, three seasons only.. it's quite heavy duty because of the waterproof material so it would get pretty hot in the summer heat. The jacket is great otherwise, in the fall and early winter you can wear just a t-shirt and the liner and you are toasty. Oct 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: What about the yellow high vis color, does it keep his brightness after let say a year? Any one can share this info for me.
Michael - The Netherlands
Aug 24, 2013
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Matthew G: I have had the Hi-Viz Yellow jacket since February 2013 and after a season of riding, it is still very bright. I cannot comment on the UV resistance of the material but I will say that in order to keep it as bright as possible for as long as possible, you should keep it out of direct sunlight when not in use. In fact, this is good advice for any article of clothing you wish to maintain the color on. Aug 26, 2013
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Steve B: Yes, I've had mine for close to a year and it has not faded at all. I only wear it on the weekends when i ride and it hasn't seen that many miles. Probably 2000 miles is all. Aug 27, 2013
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?????? ?: Hi, Michael

Jacket is very bright and after a year operation! And I ride it on a snowboard!

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Aug 27, 2013
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charles s: the hard part of hi vis yellow is keeping it clean it will keep its brifgtness
for a long time jackets 2 and 2 years old jest as bright as day one.
Aug 26, 2013
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Greg R: I have the red jacket and it still bright after over a year in the australian sun Aug 26, 2013
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Ann B: Mine is almost 1 yr old, (but only 2000 miles), and is still very bright. Aug 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: hello! i`d like to know if it`s possible to remove all protectors from the Icon Patrol Waterproof Jacket!!! Jun 26, 2012
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RevZilla: The shoulder armor, elbow armor, and back pad are all removable. Jun 27, 2012
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Evan P.: Yes. All the pads go into pockets with velcro closures. Sep 1, 2012
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Matheau1620: Yes all the pads are removable from the jacket. Nov 22, 2012
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Jason26: Yes, they are easily removed and replaced. Dec 17, 2012
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malonejr: yes Jan 4, 2013
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A shopper asked: According to your size chart, I would require a size XL for this jacket. However, for this style of jacket, would it be prudent to go down a size to L? Mar 30, 2015
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Keith H: The sizing of this jacket is pretty true to size. I recommend ordering your true size. Feeling restricted while riding can be uncomfortable. Returns are easy if the jacket does not fit! Apr 21, 2015
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Jesse B: If you want to use the insulated liner, get the size they chart says. If you're not using the liner you could go down a size. Mar 30, 2015
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Julio C: Hello. Yes, go down a size. I am L in the chart but i had to change it for M, it was too Big. Mar 30, 2015
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A shopper asked: What's the weight of the jacket? Nov 5, 2013
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Colt M: The Jacket can be arranged to be different weights. The things that can be worn with or without: rain hood, thermal liner, liquid bladder pouch, and armor inserts (forearms, elbows, back)

I normally wear my jacket with everything included above except for the liquid bladder pouch. Since I have never actually weighed the jacket or have that information readily available, I would categorize the Jacket as a medium weight. It is not so heavy that you feel fatigued or restricted while riding, but its not so light that you really feel the torrent of the wind. Riding without the thermal liner definitely makes a difference changing the weight of the jacket to slightly heavier than a light weight jacket

Also, for reference, I ride a naked 600cc (or street fighter if that is what you prefer)
Nov 6, 2013
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Yivan A: It's about 5 pounds. As Colt M mentioned the weight may vary depending on what you add or subtract from it. Jan 3, 2014
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NOAH K: It's heavy! Dec 6, 2013
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A shopper asked: Icon Patrol jacket:
Can you tell me if the front body length (collar to the bottom of the front of the jacket) is longer on the 3x than the 2x.
I have tried on the 2x, and it's snug, but workable, however it FEELS short at the front for my tastes. So I am wondering if I go up to the 3x is there any additional length in the jacket.
Apr 18, 2011
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Chris K: The front of this jacket is about 3/4 of an inch longer on the 3XL than on the 2XL. Apr 21, 2011
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twistedpear: Icon measured them for me, and they claim 3/4" to 1" from 2x to 3x. Apr 21, 2011
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Matthew C asked: I am 6'5" and 225 lbs. What size should I get? Thanks Aug 20, 2015
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Travis G: I'm 6' 4", 200lbs, and I got an XL. But if I could do it over again, I wish I would have returned it and gone with a L just because it is fairly baggy. Sep 16, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hey guys,
Looking at what size to get. I am 6'5" and 225lbs. XL or maybe XXL? Thanks
Aug 20, 2015
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Hideki S: I'm 5'7", 155lbs, and 44" in chest. I wear M. I feel a bit tight around my chest with inner but still comfortable level. Aug 22, 2015
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John r asked: I was wondering what denier is the jacket? Also, is it balistic, cordura, or regular nylon? Thanks. Jul 25, 2015
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Richard T: The label does not say.

I wanted RED. Ordered a medium. It fit but did not allow for any additional tops. Told the large didn't come in RED so I ordered the Yellow.
But I like the RED so much I kept both. I probably won't ever use the Yellow because if it is that cold out I'll take the car with a heater.
Jul 26, 2015
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A shopper asked: Seems like they might fit in the slash pockets on the chest? Would that be the wrong placement? Oct 12, 2012
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RevZilla: The slash pockets on the front of that jacket are situated much too low to be of any use for chest protection. Your best bet would be to wear something underneath the jacket that straps to your chest such as the Icon Stryker Vest or Dainese Thorax Pro Chest Protector. Oct 15, 2012
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A shopper asked: Hey there - is a replacement product for this as it seems to be end of life? Sep 6, 2015
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