window._tfa = window._tfa || [];
Log In / Register
Cart (0) Checkout
Icon Stryker Rig
  • Icon Stryker Rig
  • Icon Stryker Rig

Please select a Size to check availability, or to add this item to your Shopping Cart or Wish List.

Select Size:

Size Chart
Select qty:
Your Price
Please select a Size to view availability.

Video Review

Icon Stryker Rig Videos

Icon Stryker Rig

Looking for a flagship product in impact protection? Look no further. We used every resource at our disposal to make the Stryker Rig our most comprehensive impact protection package to date. First, we loaded it up with enough tactical protective features to exceed the world’s toughest standards. The two-piece CE approved shoulders and elbows offer maximum coverage while their D3O ® inserts provide incredible impact dispersion. The CE approved articulating back protector is aided by a special D3O ® insert with molded air channels. Speaking of air, the injection-molded chest plate features integrated air intakes while the chassis is made with Airmesh and Hydradry to help wick away moisture. The fit can be tailored with adjustable waist and elbow straps, and stretch materials help to reduce arm pump and fatigue. The Stryker Rig: Impact Protection from the inside out.

Write a Product Review for a chance to win our monthly $100 giveaways.
Icon Stryker Rig 4.5 5 29 29
LOVE it! So I ordered this and received it at the end of last week and I must say I love it! Took it out the first day in 82 degrees and kept me cool the whole ride. Very breathable, yet has enough straps to make you feel secure when wearing it. Gripes- So far the only things I can find to pick on with this is I wish the back piece was upgradable to a higher CE level. Secondly, the Velcro strap around the forearms have the scratchy side facing towards the body, so if you don't have twig sized forearms where you can have it cinched all the way down, its going to rub on the mesh of the body and start fraying that area. Cheers- First of all, it looks awesome! Super comfortable and you feel protected. Seems to be fairy well constructed. I think if you are on the fence about buying it, you should. September 14, 2015
Nice idea but lacking quality in manufacturing. I've had 2 of these rigs in my possession. 3 if you count the last one I had before I sent it back. The first one I received was damaged right out of the box. Plastic rivets were missing from the back plates. The second one lasted about 2 hrs before stitching started to come apart. The stitching was coming apart and also the mesh on the rear of the shoulders seems to easily stretch and rip during normal use. Once you look at this material closely you'll probably wonder how it is supposed to stay together while being so thin. Ultimately I didn't have confidence that this item would actually stay together in a fall and I returned it. On the rest of the rig: Great airflow. Good shoulder and forearm/elbow protection (mostly the padding and not the material holding it in place). The forearm protection stays in place but the shoulder protection straps are stretchy and don't really stay tight for very long. I don't know if it was just me but the weird loops at the ends of the sleeves for your thumb had stitching that was too thick and parts of my hands would tingle and go numb after a while of riding with pressure on those areas (ie: the grips on the bike). The sleeves are nice and tight, the chest was a bit looser and the waist area seemed like it was made for someone with a huge beer belly. You can zip the thing up (make sure you have the zipper connected correctly otherwise it splits open easily, not heavy duty), strap around the waist belt (kidney belt?) and the bottom of the rig still rides up a bit. Can be awkward with riding pants that are meant to ride higher. It was a fairly comfortable rig but in the end I just wasn't comfortable using it regularly as PPE. Seems more geared towards wearing under a motocross jersey or something to that effect (if it doesn't start coming apart on you). Over-priced for it's manufacturing quality. The pads are solid and I would love those in a thick sweatshirt or something similar, it's just that the materials holding everything together need more thought. Maybe you will have better luck. . . August 25, 2015
Great armor but short arm straps I have a xl-2xl and it fits me good but the straps on the arm could be longer. August 14, 2015
Great looking And Great protection just received product today and overall love the look and feel of the icon Stryker rig. The only cons were: as I was overlooking the product fresh out the package, a rivet popped out from the back protector. Not a deal breaker as it popped back in and seems secured. After trying it on, I decided to remove the back protector from the jacket itself and found that the top rivet popped out from the back protector. This one wouldn't pop back in but being I didn't want to deal with returning, and waiting for a new one I Krazy glued it and it seems stable. Do note that the back protector is not as hard as some might think but does provide the protection that you are looking for. Wish I had pictures of the popped rivets but thought about it as I wrote the review. At half the price I think the icon Stryker rig would be an amazing product. But if you have the money to spare and want to look bad a**,and or are ok with the rivet issue then I do recommend. July 15, 2015
Great for middle TN summer riding This rig is great for hot weather riding. It breathes like a t shirt. I the armor is all well secured and stays in place. The only complaint and the reason i didn't give it a 5 star for durability is that the plastic rivets holding the back protector plates pop off so they need to be super glued in to stop that. Could easily be worn under a non armored jacket once the weather cools down. July 13, 2015
Not the best Quality I'm 5 '9' with an athletic build. I purchased the M/L size and it fits fine. The front of the shirt is a little short so I definitely recommend wearing something underneath. The quality of the shirt seems cheap. The back straps for the back protector was half ripped when I received it. In addition, the stitching was poorly done on the back zipper for the back protector. I could see the holes from the stitching which appeared to look like the zippers were unable able to bear the weight of the back protector. Overall, I ended up unzipping the back protector plate since the straps were already half ripped and probably wouldn't last long even if they weren't already half ripped and instead wore my Icon stryker vest over the rig instead. I don't think it was worth $250 based on the poor quality of the stitching and the half ripped back straps. I would suggest revzilla to check the product before it is shipped out. June 22, 2015
Perfect Summer Option I'm 5'10, 180lbs, average build, and the medium/large fits me and needed to be tightened at every point of adjustment. I tried this rig for the first time on a 90+ degree summer day on my wife's Spyder RS. Normally, I don't enjoy riding in temperatures above 85 because I ATGATT and even mesh jackets are too uncomfortable when it's that hot out. With this rig 90+ degree days can actually be enjoyed. What a difference! I am done wearing mesh jackets on really hot days thanks to this product. That said, you obviously sacrifice some protection on the non-armor-covered parts due to the thin material used throughout this rig. If you end up rolling around on the pavement you're better off in something with thicker material throughout. My second ride with this product was a night ride on my GSX1250FA and it was about 75-80 degrees. The rig was so comfortable. It was at this point I realized that there was really no reflectivity on the back, but again, the comfort factor alone makes this a winner. The good: Its perfect for hot days. Makes you look and feel awesome. Easy to put on and take off as any other protective jacket. Light weight and easy to stow away in a saddle bag when you reach your destination. Lots of adjustment points make this work for different body types The bad: No reflectivity for night riding. No hi-viz color option. Any part of your upper body not covered by the armored pads will probably get road rash if you go down just wearing this. June 7, 2015
Review of Icon Stryker Rig Decided to get rig for riding in the hot summer months while still staying protected. As always Revzilla delivered promptly..sooner than expected actually, no issues there. Got rig and tried it on. I'm 6', 180lbs, athletic build, got the M/L size. The fit was good, felt snug and proper, all the armor was where it needed to be, I actually felt it offered more protection than my textile Overlord jacket. Unfortunately the lower shirt part seemed to be a little small, too small to be tucked into your pants so you have to wear an undershirt or have some skin showing. The bottom belt area was kinda tight, for someone who has a little extra gas in their tank it may be a uncomfortable. Upon a tight bend one of the plastic "rivets" popped out of the back armor, luckily it snapped back in. After taking it for a ride I can say that it does breathe great and has that evaporative cooling effect, thinking it will be just fine in the 100* weather. The rig does draw a lot of attention being how it looks. The thumb holes seemed a bit awkward, kind bulky in the gloves...if you don't use them you have a poof of fabric at your wrists...I think a simple stitched elastic loop would have been better in this scenario. Overall I'm happy with it despite the criticisms, could be considered nit picking to some but still worth mentioning. For 250.00 it's a tough call...if the issues I mentioned were addressed it would be worth it in my opinion but others might be just as happy with another rig for a bit cheaper... May 26, 2015
2 3 4 next>>
Use our Product Q&A for a chance to win our monthly $100 giveaways.

Have a functionality, fit, or otherwise product-specific question about the Icon Stryker Rig? Ask it here! If you have a customer service or shipping question, please direct it to our Customer Service department.

Icon Stryker Rig
Already Asked: 19 Questions, 66 Answers
Sort by:
RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Josue R: Wanted protection without having to sacrifice what i wore. I can put this on under anything and in the warmer seasons will not add any unnecessary added heat Oct 1, 2015
Derek M: For the hottest days. Jul 14, 2015
Nicole K: Birthday gift for hubby Apr 15, 2015
Kirk E: Good reviews. Needed it for dual sport riding instead of my bulky textile jacket. Mar 14, 2015
Heung Shing T: It looks cool and has high rating. Feb 22, 2015
Mackenzie W: look like it would fit the way i want it to Sep 26, 2014
Marius J: Looks amazing and need it for hot summer Aussie days. Sep 16, 2014
michael b: off road protection Aug 3, 2014
Peter R: Safety Jul 22, 2014
Daniel B: This rig was ok but it was a little hot when I put it on. The size was my normal size and fit ok.

I just got the Dainese Manis Jacket at the same time and there was not comparison. The Dainese Manis Jacket wins hands down. Better protection level 2 on back, I could feel breeze walking and going down the road is like wearing a t-shirt. I feel the hairs on my arm blowing from the wind it is great! So back to this rig...I sent it back because it is not needed now with the Dainese Manis Jacket.
Jul 7, 2014
Alexander H: I wanted protective gear that is not a coat so I don't get too hot. May 8, 2014
Michael M: Hello, I picked this item because of the style, features & all the positive customer reviews. Once I receive it, I'll be sure to leave my personal review about this product. Mar 25, 2014
michael f: its a light weight material that makes riding in Florida with much more comfort and protection. Icon has the better style from all the others I have checked out. I'm going to be happy with this product. Jan 18, 2014
Lardy A: I choose this because I felt that it will be ideal for wearing under my jacket. Its review was also very good. Jan 16, 2014
Fred Y: Read the reviews on Revzilla. Liked the more complete look of finished product over th alpinestars version (and I own a lot of alpinestars products). I have a pair of ICON gloves that are 12 years old and still wear weekly. Icon makes quality products at reasonable prices. Nov 6, 2013
A shopper asked: I'm using the Fox Racing Titan Sport Jacket right now...and it zips up the front.... I've looked and looked...and I can't tell how the Icon Stryker rig is put on OR taken off? It it a pull over? or side zipper? Aug 18, 2013
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (1) No (0)
Goh H: It's a Velcro belt and zipper on the left side of the chest protector.

It's tightened by straps over the shoulder and Velcro straps for the arm sleeve width too.

I personally don't like how its designed to put your thumb into a open finger glove. When you put it in it makes your glove fit too tight around the thumb.

Aug 19, 2013
Reply to Goh Good answer? Yes (2) No (0)
Alonso R: This is more like a pull over. It takes just a few times to get used to put it on and off, because of the back armor. Its great for riding in the summer or going cross country. Light, comfortable, easy adjustments for waist, shoulders and arms. I highly recommend it, great materials, nice look, plus you can wear it under any regular jacket without a problem. Aug 19, 2013
Reply to Alonso Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
Bruce T: The zipper is on the left front side (right in the picture), next to the front chest protector. If you zoom in on the display picture you can faintly see it, it runs underneath the shoulder strap clip. Very easy to take on and off. Just unclip the shoulder strap, unvelcro the waist, and unzip and you'll be out of it in under 10 seconds. Aug 20, 2013
Reply to Bruce Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Geetpal H: The stryker rigs zipper is located just below the left shoulder, it zips up normally then the adjustable clip is attached. really simple. very quick and easy to put on and take off. enjoy!!! Aug 19, 2013
Reply to Geetpal Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Michael S: There is a zipper along the seam on the left side(while wearing it) of the chest plate. Once it's on and zipped up, you pull the Velcro kidney straps tight around your mid section Aug 19, 2013
Reply to Michael Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Adrian C: It's a "front side" zipper; it goes diagonally from the bottom front to the side of the chest protection. It works OK, it makes putting the rig on and off fairly easy. Aug 20, 2013
Reply to Adrian Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
yulian c: The zipper is located on the left side, stretching from the bottom then to underneath that plastic clip and then to the left side of the neck. Hope that helps! Aug 19, 2013
Reply to yulian Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Daniel Q: The Stryker rig has a zipper on the left part of your chest so you put in on like a jacket; arms in first then just zip to the side... It works flawlessly. Aug 19, 2013
Reply to Daniel Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
A s: The zipper is to the front but on the side. If you look very closely to the image you can see it along the right side. Aug 20, 2013
Reply to A Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Greg R: The zipper is off center on the left side. It runs under the buckle that attaches the shoulder and chest plate. Aug 19, 2013
Reply to Greg Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
nick h: The Icon Stryker Rig has a zipper that goes along the left side all the way up to the neck. Aug 19, 2013
Reply to nick Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Ronald R: Its a side zipper. It is very easy to put on or take off. Aug 21, 2013
Reply to Ronald Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Jerred F: Would be happy to help, it zips up the side Aug 19, 2013
Reply to Jerred Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Cody S: It is a side zipper just left of centre Aug 20, 2013
Reply to Cody Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Georgios S: Hello,

It's a side zipper
Aug 21, 2013
Reply to Georgios Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Paul G: It has a side zip. Aug 20, 2013
Reply to Paul Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Santiago N asked: I'm a really small guy, I'm 5' 5 (165cm) and there are only two sizes for this thing so I was wondering if the MD-LG would fit me...I'm 37 in for chest and 26 in for sleeve. I know that in the chart it says quite more inches in both chest and sleeve but in the photos of digginurgrave it doesn't seem too big. So, you think it could fit me? Nov 29, 2013
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (1) No (0)
Edmund M: Yes. The M/L should be good. Thats what I have and it fits really well. Im 5'9" with a 37 chest and 26 arm. The straps on the chest is adjustable. And so are the ones on the forearm. The length of the arms is pretty good and the mobility is better than how a riding jacket feels. Its not that tight and still offers extra room in case you grow. Dec 2, 2013
Reply to Edmund Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
Marc D: I purchased the XL size and it fits a bit snug. I am 6', 210lbs with a 44/46in chest. The straps allow you to loosen and tighten the"rig" accordingly. I usually wear an Under Armour style shirt underneath as well

Sounds like the MD-LG will fit you fine.
Dec 3, 2013
Reply to Marc Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
Greg R: Im 5'10 and 180. 40" chest and the MD-LG fits me about right. I do have to crank down the shoulder straps connecting to the chest plate. Otherwise they hang wide. Dec 3, 2013
Reply to Greg Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
Goh H: I'm 180cm and 66KG, it was really big for me in MD-LG.

If it's loose the protection can move around so I wouldn't suggest it. Icon is made pretty big
Dec 2, 2013
Reply to Goh Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
Shaikh R: Santiago, it's me digginurgrave. Thanks for finding my photos useful. I am 5'7, 33 inch chest, and 23 arms. The bottom of the suit lines up slightly above my belt on jeans. It will most likely cover your belt. I highly recommend this to you, as I usually have difficulty finding jackets of my size because of my smaller frame, and this suit is a very flexible size. (in a good way) There is plenty of room for your arms and chest, as the fabric material is quite stretchable if needed. Let me know if you have any more concerns. Jan 11, 2014
Reply to Shaikh Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Marc D: I purchased the XL size and it fits a bit snug. I am 6', 210lbs with a 44/46in chest. The straps allow you to loosen and tighten the"rig" accordingly. I usually wear an Under Armour style shirt underneath as well

Sounds like the MD-LG will fit you fine.
Dec 3, 2013
Reply to Marc Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
A shopper asked: Would this be ok to wear by itself for commuting around at speeds up to 65?
Mostly city riding with some highway not interstate
May 5, 2015
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Geetpal H: It's personal preference.
I wore this on super hot days under a tshirt for commuting around town and I frequently hit speeds of 65 & above. I also wore this under my light textile jacket sometimes. Probably not good alone for technical twisties riding, I always wear leathers if I'm going to ride hard. Better safe than sry, always go overboard with gear :-)
May 5, 2015
Reply to Geetpal Good answer? Yes (2) No (0)
Jacob B: Yeah i dont see why it wouldn't be. I wear it with just a t-shirt under it on really hot days and thats all i do is ride in 30-65 mph roads and highways and it works fine. I really like it and i feel very safe wearing it. May 5, 2015
Reply to Jacob Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
kevin q: That's what I use mine for. Excellent on hot days, bit not ideal on chilly mornings though. May 5, 2015
Reply to kevin Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
Traneen S: Yes it is ok to wear by itself. With some sort of lightweight shirt on underneath. That's what it's designed for. May 6, 2015
Reply to Traneen Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
A shopper asked: I was curious about size. I am 6'2'' 220 pounds. Would the XL be the best option? Aug 13, 2014
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Egor T: I'm 6'0 and weight 187 I fit suit, but not completely. Time very well tightened and no extra space. When tightening the upper pitches are creases on the protection front. In full may be appropriate. But it is better to measure. Aug 14, 2014
Reply to Egor Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Jacob B: Yes i would. Im 5'11 185 and i bought a L. It fits around the waist but fits snug on my arms and is just long enough around the waist also. So definitely get a XL Aug 13, 2014
Reply to Jacob Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Greg S: Hi,
I'm 5'4" 160 pounds and I found the MD-LG was best for me.
Just to give you an idea.
Aug 13, 2014
Reply to Greg Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
michael b: Im 6 and 240 and wear the 3xl off roading Sep 30, 2014
Reply to michael Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
A shopper asked: What are your thoughts on this versus the Icon Stryker Vest? The vest doesn't offer shoulder or elbow protection but also seems easier to get on and off. If wearing under a padded jacket is this worth the hassle? Thanks Aug 5, 2014
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
John S: the vest would offer the back protection if your padded jacket does not have that built in.

Think of this rig as the armor layer and you can wear a jacket over it

I would not wear this rig and a padded jacket or the vest for that matter it would get way to0 bulky.

The rig is a standalone upper body armor option good for dual sport IMO.
Aug 5, 2014
Reply to John Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Egor T: Good protection. Solid 4 to attach and remove quickly. In summer, the hot weather will be 30 back wet. Synthetic Sleeve Series and the front of the blown. - At the front velcro shof sold after 1 month of use. As with all Zadie rivets made ??of plastic, and preferably not svarachivat protection because they can fall back in flexion. Aug 14, 2014
Reply to Egor Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
CONSTANTIN GABRIEL D: actualy the stryker vest is well designed to protect you in the city enviroment. ,lots of air flow, and protection in critical area. i use this since last year and even in 45to 50 celcius is a breeze to wear it. Aug 6, 2014
A shopper asked: Can this be worn inside jacket or worn by itself? Feb 10, 2012
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Daneg6: You can wear this under a jacket assuming your jacket is baggy. Most people comment that I look like iron man with it on so you can imagine that the protection adds a lot of bulk to your upper body. I regularly ride with this by itself. For the the street I see no problems, however when hitting the canyons I find myself wondering if this is enough protection again road rash. May 11, 2013
Reply to Daneg6 Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
djyshadow: Not without considerable effort to make some kind of harness. It's strictly a pad replacement for jackets with foam/CE1/ or some kind of pouch for back armor. It's easy to cut/shape so that it fits your jacket, but if you want an armor without a jacket, I'd look elsewhere (i.e., dirtbike armored vests or the like). Feb 19, 2012
Reply to djyshadow Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
zx6rse: Yes you can. I ride with just the rig all the time in warm weather Apr 22, 2012
Reply to zx6rse Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Brian L asked: How cool is this jacket in the summer?

I live in the Northeast US and temps are usually in the 80s to 90s. I am ALWAYS warm and on 70+ degree days much more than a t-shirt is too warm. I don't want to ride like that, but I haven't found a jacket that is cool enough yet. Does this breathe well enough on the back and chest to keep me cool for my 40 minute daily commute of 50/50 highway & city?
May 31, 2015
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Quade H: I wear this with a t shirt in 95-100 degrees weather here in Australia, its the only option in that sort of weather. Just watch sunburn. The material between the plates is flowing material similar to basket ball shorts but stronger. May 31, 2015
Reply to Quade Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Luis A I: This body armor will keep you cool no problem. The airflow on chest and back area are great. I used an Icon vest over this body armor and still get great air flow. Jun 3, 2015
Reply to Luis A Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Codie Q asked: would this be good to wear by itself for commuting around the city and on the highways up tjo 70mph but not on the interstate? May 5, 2015
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Lardy A: Hi there,
I had bought it for use in the Middle East. Here mostly its hot weather. I do not use my bike for commuting daily. I usually were it with a jacket over it for more protection. Here it tends to get pretty hot wearing 2 layers of protection.

The quality of the product is very good and it offers good protection. It is always better to be safe in any situation. I hope it helped. Happy riding.
May 5, 2015
Reply to Lardy Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
michael b: You would be better to purchase a textile jacket with armor built in , but if your riding with no other protection than and summer heat is a factor , this is very comfortable to ride in , I wear this Off Road riding May 7, 2015
Reply to michael Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
A shopper asked: I was wondering if things could fit under the jacket. I'm not worried about the shoulder/elbow and back armor, but the chest plate. I've heard from people that brought this said that it is molded plastic and it is not CE approved. I'm planning to put a rib protection vest and chest plates under the jacket. With that being said, do things fit under the jacket? Apr 24, 2014
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Yanco O: Hi, like you said, only the chest plate is not CE approved. If you planning to put a rib protection I thing you have space, I always wear a medium T shirt and the Icon Stryker Rig have a lot (really a lot) of space, but I dont believe that your idea could be comfortable.
The jacket used to get worm when u are in a stop and the belts are pretty big to put something under them.
I hope my answer can help you
Apr 28, 2014
Reply to Yanco Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
said s: Yes. You should be able to fit a rib protection vest under the rig. The rig is very stretchy so as long as you get the correct size I don't see a problem with fitment for a rib protector. Apr 30, 2014
Reply to said Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Michael S asked: Does anyone know how well this fits under the ICON Overlord jacket? Also is this capable of being used by itself? Not sure if this will offer proper abrasive protection or not. Sep 26, 2013
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Michael S: It does not fit easily under your jacket unless you have a jacket a little bigger than your body. I am pretty sure it's meant to be able to be used by itself. I wear mine by itself all the time. It's great in a really hot day. Totally breathes, but I still feel protected. I haven't gone down ever so I can't speak for its protection from experience, but it does feel very secured to my body. Sep 26, 2013
Reply to Michael Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
yulian c: It's a bit snug, I own both and usuallly either wear one or the other. But if you like that really tight feeling it might be an option for you Sep 26, 2013
Reply to yulian Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
A shopper asked: I am a first time bike rider and I have not found a jacket yet. I would like to get the Icon stryker rig while I find a good jacket that I am comfortable in. I am worried about the size, from what I read from other customers they are thin. I am 5 11" and 280lbs. Will a XXL fit me? This way i can wear a sweater or another shirt over the rig. Sep 19, 2015
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Michael M: You'll be fine with it. I'm 6'1" 260lbs. and it fits fine. The side straps are adjustable. But make sure you invest in a good jacket with more protection. I hope this helps. Good luck and be safe. Burn rubber not your soul!!!! Oct 1, 2015
Reply to Michael Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
A shopper asked: I am 6' 1" tall and 200lbs. I have a 43" chest and a 44" waist. What size should I get? Mar 20, 2015
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Greg A: xl Mar 27, 2015
Reply to Greg Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
A shopper asked: I am very tall (6'6) and was wondering how long these sleeves are? will they stretch down to my wrists or is that kind of pushing it? Dec 13, 2014
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
N I: I am 6'1 and wear a med-lg. There are thumb loops in the end of the sleeve that that hold the sleeves down but the sleeves are long enough they aren't really necessary. Dec 13, 2014
Reply to N Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
A S asked: The description says that the d3o armor is CE approved.... I'm assuming that means CE level 1, and not CE level 2? Is that correct? Nov 27, 2014
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Egor T: I do not know exactly what this level, but I can see. Nov 28, 2014
Reply to Egor Good answer? Yes (0) No (4)
German D asked: Hi,
Would this rig be stretchy enough to fit an insulated jacket underneath? I'm 5'9", 155 lb (size M/L I guess?)
Nov 25, 2014
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Georgios S: Hi German,

Sorry for the late reply. I am pretty much the same weight and height with you and I bought the M/L size. From my experience I have worn a jacket under the rig and the rig stretched enough. I suppose if your jacket is thicker than average you may have a problem. The only minor issue is that when you wear a jacket under the rig it gets a little bit tight at the elbows which can be relatively tiring for long trips.


Dec 7, 2014
Reply to Georgios Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
A shopper asked: Hi all, I'm 6'1" 193lbs (184cm - 87.5kg) ~41" chest (105.8cm). Do you think the MD-L size will fit me, or should I go for the XL? Oct 8, 2014
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Edmund M: Well I'm 5'9 150lbs and 37 chest and it fits me perfectly fine with plenty of room to adjust. So it depends if you want it tight. Otherwise I would go for the XL just to be safe. Oct 8, 2014
Reply to Edmund Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Austin C asked: I am looking into buying this jacket as my gear needs an upgrade. I love the look of this jacket and the ratings look very good. What I haven't found information was how much abrasion protection it has and how safe it is. The DO3 pad is made for shock resistance and I have found positive things on it but, I want to know if this jacket is abrasion resistant. (Has anyone been down with this jacket on?). What is the structural integrity of this jacket? I dont want a jacket that will shred easily giving me road rash and throwing the armored pads all over the road. May 27, 2014
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Charrelle S: I'm haven't been down but the jacket is well put together. Jun 13, 2014
Reply to Charrelle Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
A shopper asked: I was wondering if things can fit under the jacket. I'm not worried about the shoulder/elbow and the back protection, but the chest plate. I've heard from people that brought this that the chest plate is molded plastic and not CE approved. I'm planning to put rib protection vest and chest pad under it and I'm just wondering if things can fit under. Can it? Apr 24, 2014
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)

Men's Stryker Rig Sizing

Size Chest (in) Sleeve (in)
MD-LG 38-42 32-33
XL-2XL 42-48 34-35

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

Click here to see the full Icon Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
MD-LG 822613 2701-0579 In Stock: Ships next business day
XL-2XL 822614 2701-0580 In Stock: Ships next business day