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Joe Rocket Alter Ego 3.0 Jacket

Drastic weather changes part of your daily ride? Our authentic MetaSport II system is the all weather riding solution you've been waiting for. 100% waterproof treated outer layer that removes to reveal a fully armored high-flow FreeAir Mesh  jacket beneath.

100% Waterproof Rock-Tex 660 outer shell

  • Meta Sport II System Features a completely removable outer layer - That covers a complete mesh jacket underneath!
  • Variable Flow™ Ventilation with waterproof zippers
  • Sure Fit™ adjustable Waistband
  • Pockets for optional C.E. Armor
  • Elastic Sleeve Adjusters
  • Outer Shell Folds into self contained Pouch
  • Reflective Stripes 

FREE-AIR™ MESH JACKET - Inner Layer

  • Heavy Duty Polyamide Free-Air™ Mesh
  • Grade “A” C.E. Rated Protectors in Shoulders and Elbows
  • Removable Spine Pad with Pocket for Optional C.E. Spine protector
  • Elastic Sleeve Adjusters
  • Removable Fleece Vest Warmth Liner
  • Sure Fit™ adjustable Waist
  • Reflective Stripes
  • Pockets for Eye Glass and Face Shield Storage
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Joe Rocket Alter Ego 3.0 Jacket 4.7 5 94 94
Great jacket for a Canadian. Jacket fits well. Shoulder and elbow pads sit where they should. Contoured arms sit well on any bike with an up-right/slight forward lean bike. I've only driven in the rain once but stayed completely dry. Pockets are waterproof as well but are on the small side. Outer jacket venting is average but if you opt to just wear the mesh it will be great on the hottest days. With the fleece liner in you will be comfortably warm until the snow falls. July 21, 2014
The shell is more like a straight jacket than a motorcycle jacket. I bought this jacket to replace a 5 year-old similar Joe Rocket design (mesh with zip-off shell). It was't until after I wore the jacket on a ride that I realized several major flaws (in comparison to my older Joe Rocket and an even older MotoPort). CONS: The sleeves on the shell are simply too narrow at the open end to be able to easily slip your hands in and out out of the jacket. Without zippers on the end of the shell sleeves to allow for "widening" when putting it on or taking it off, this is more like a straight jacket than a motorcycle jacket. While there are velcro tabs that allow for about an inch of expansion, both the gusset and the tabs are woefully inadequate. So you either need to have someone else pull on the first sleeve to get the jacket off your arm, or dance around and shake the sleeve until it releases your arm. Or do like me and coat it with bacon grease and have your pit bull grab the end and not let go. The end-of-sleeve-width is a deal breaker with my new Revit Dirt Two gloves. The gloves are glorious, but the gauntlet is too small to slide over the end of the shell sleeve and too big to slide inside. The major other CON is how the outer shell attaches to the mesh inner jacket along the collar. My old Joe Rocket has a microzipper that runs along the entire shoulder line bringing each inch of outer and inner jacket in line with each other. To my great dismay the Alter Ego 3.0 has a single snap fitting in the center of the neck. The fitting is attached to the end of a ~1" wide piece of nylon webbing. The webbing goes through the "hang loop" of the mesh inner jacket and then snaps back onto itself. This allows the bulk of the fabric in the shoulders of the inner jacket to "bunch up" inside the shoulders of the shell. And when wearing a shirt without a full collar (like a tee shirt), the nylon web strap rubs against the back of my neck. After 30 minutes it feels like sand paper. Quite expensive sand paper. The last major CON: Neither the inner mesh jacket nor the outer shell have 2-way zippers. In looking at all of the cycling and outdoor gear that I own, two-way zippers tends to really be the dividing line between excellent gear and everything else. This jacket falls into the "everything else" category. But I took the tags off, I wore it on a ride, and now I own it. PROS The pros of this jacket are really in the mesh "inner jacket". The placement of the armor is excellent. The ends of the mesh jacket sleeves DO have zippers to allow for easy entry and exit. The pockets are well placed (epecially the inner cell phone pocket), and the sleeve adjusters work well enough if you glue them in place (they never stay put on my older Joe Rocket, either). The fact that the shell is waterproof/breathable is definitely a step up from my older Joe Rocket (which relies on a waterproof/windproof liner). The lack of waterproof shell on my old jacket means it weighs about 10 pounds more when riding in the rain and takes two days to dry out afterward. Before next fall I'll rip the seams out of the ends of the shell sleeves, expand the gussets, and install zippers. Come next Fall I'll be wearing this with a full-collar shirt or the zip-in quilted liner and find out if it doesn't irritate. Yes, I'm a guy, I own a sewing machine, and I have scars to show for both. SUMMARY: If you are looking for a true 3 season jacket and don't have a brand affinity for Joe Rocket, I'd take a look at another brand that has zippered sleeve cuffs (both inner and outer jacket), a 2 way zipper, and a waterproof/breathable shell. One thing I should have learned by now - don't scrimp on the details. When it comes down to riding every day, those details count more than the extra dollars you'll shell out making yourself more comfortable then miserable. Keep both wheels down. Otherwise you might fall in front of me. And I won't even touch my brakes. I like both reading Darwin awards and keeping everyone's insurance premiums lower. June 23, 2014
Not quite I purchased this after reading the positive reviews but am ultimately disappointed with the quality of the jacket. I typically use the inner mesh liner when I ride which does breathe good except for the back portion where the armor plate is. I've had the jacket for maybe 4 full months of riding 3 or so days a week and already I'm noticing issues with the zipper quality. The zipper sticks and is a pain to unzip. It feels like I'm trying to escape from a straight jacket sometimes with how hard I have to work the zipper to get it to actually unzip. At some points when zipping up it also sticks. The other issue is one of the arm buttons has already broken off somehow while I was riding so now I have a strap flailing from my left arm since it can no longer be secured. It makes me wonder what will start coming apart next when I approach a full year of riding with it. I now know not to skimp on your jacket because I'm sure the build quality on the more expensive jackets is worth the extra $$$. I'd say spend some extra money and buy a jacket that lasts, not this one that has shoddy quality. June 17, 2014
Pretty much perfect jacket I have owned many motorcycle jackets and this is the best by far. Joe rocket is one of my favorite brands for their quality and style for the price. Very well designed, fits fantastic. My only complaint is the new zippers JR is using. My past JR jackets I could move any zipper up and down with ease. All the zippers on this jacket have an initial "hitch", they don't like to start moving easily, they kind of "catch". Once they are moving, they are smooth as silk though. I just wish they were like the old zippers that would move easier. Maybe they did this to obtain a sort of "locking" effect, not sure??? June 9, 2014
Great overall jacket. Usable in all weather The Positive: This is a higher quality jacket than I'm used to. the armor seems stronger and is placed better than in other jackets I've owned. The removable water proof shell and inner vest liner allows me to use this jacket all weather from the 20's to 80's (which is as hot as it usually gets here in Wisconsin). I normally wear a large, and the large fits me well. There's enough room to wear a hoodie under the jacket on those really cold days. The arm length is perfect, which is a pleasant surprise since most jacket's sleeves tend to be short on me. I'm 72" 170 lbs. The Negative: I only have some picky stuff to "complain" about. The pockets on the shell are very difficult to use and very small. They are pretty much useless. A taller collar would be nice. Or additional snaps or velcro on the collar for a custom fit. I get a lot of wind down my neck. May 23, 2014
Awesome jacket!! This is my first jacket and I wanted something that I could use year-round without breaking the piggy bank. This one did the job! The coldest i have ridden in with this jacket so far is in 42F weather at 70mph for 1.5 hrs and not once did I get cold! I was amazed because all I had was a t-shirt underneath. Warm weather is amazingly breathable without sacrificing protection. LOVE IT!! May 19, 2014
A highly critical, but an overall positive review I have owned this jacket for just over a year in flouro yellow. I have put thousands of miles on it, and for the most part, have liked it. It was my first motorcycle jacket. It has been a great jacket, and I do recommend it, especially to new riders, but I'm not going to buy it again. The pros. This jacket is great for the money. As far as features, this jacket does *just about* everything that a jacket that costs 2x - 3x as much can do, but not quite as well. It has an external waterproof liner, which is far superior to the internal liners because if you get rained on, you're not riding around in a soaked jacket. It has a fleece vest liner, which is nice if you're riding in really cold weather. Fit is true to size. It has elbow, back and shoulder protection. I would call this a four season jacket. I have had many compliments on the looks of this jacket and had just as many people ask where I purchased it. The cons. Even without the internal fleece liner vest installed, this jacket is heavy. You will get fatigued much quicker with this jacket on unless you are only riding with the mesh layer. The vent zippers on the waterproof liner are very hard to manipulate while riding. The right elbow of the waterproof outer layer started leaking after about three months. It's still not bad enough to ditch the jacket after a year. After about six months, the waterproof layer started having this stuff grow on it (possibly mildew) even though I always dried it out before storing it. It's stained and wont come out. The internal fleece is not sleeved - it's a vest, so you may find that your arms get cold in extreme conditions unless you wear an extra layer. Many people buy this jacket instead of buying another jacket because it already includes the back pad, but the back pad in this jacket is not CE rated. In time, the elbows have become extremely uncomfortable, and I'm not entirely sure why. Lastly, the right elbow button won't stay buttoned now, so I'm not entirely sure it would stay buttoned in a crash. Is it a good jacket yes? Do I recommend it? Yes. Will it last a long time? Relatively, but you're going to want something else in less than a year. May 9, 2014
Great Jacket for summer and cool weather I've only owned the jacket for a couple of weeks and temperatures are still just above freezing here (around +3 Celsius) and I find this jacket alone is not enough to keep me warm when cruising at highway speeds.. it does stop the wind very well and my torso was fairly comfortable but the arms are not protected by the fleece liner so my arms were cold after 30-40 minutes cruising at 70 mph. I think if I wore a hoodie underneath this jacket it would be great for the cold temps. Otherwise I really like this jacket... fits well and I'm a big guy at 6'2" and 275 lbs... I ordered the 2XL Tall size and it's a great fit which is normally hard to find... the tall sizes are a huge bonus for me. I would definitely purchase this jacket again. May 5, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
D A: Looked cool... Jul 17, 2014
Daniel A: Needed a summer jacket for a DS ride and wanted something cool but water proof also. Liked the water proof over jacket that you can use only when you need it so it does not make you any hotter than you have to be. I often ride in near 100 degree temps and heat is a big problem. Jun 15, 2014
Jason R: Features and visibility May 27, 2014
Eric G: Versatility, look and reviews May 9, 2014
robert c: Fit and price May 1, 2014
David R: I have an old hand-me-down Joe Rocket Jacket, a Meteor I think, and I put my bike down when I hit gravel. The jacket worked perfectly and only a little road rash on the front. I wanted to get a 4 season jacket and Joe Rocket already saved my skin once so I am loyal to them. Apr 28, 2014
Steven G: Wanted something to protect me for the better part of the year without breaking the bank. From all the reviews, seems like this was the best buy! Apr 28, 2014
Krzysztof B: I have a leather jacket, that is a little to cold in temps below 50F (not wind proof) In the temps over 90F mine jacket is hot. I hope to get some wind protection in spring and fall, and more air flow in a summer. More info, after I use it a little more. I hope a zippers will hold. Apr 24, 2014
Todd L: Versatility, safety, waterproof, and warmth. Mar 29, 2014
Anthony C: Anthony.s utube review Mar 7, 2014
Paul C: Matched my bike color and jacket looks very versatile Feb 9, 2014
Jordan A: can use it as an all season jacket Jan 28, 2014
Carl A: Really like the fact that this is an all-year jacket (I live in Florida) This will be really useful and cost-efficient, not having to buy a bunch of jackets for different seasons. Jan 24, 2014
john f: for cooler riding in summer and still have some protection Jan 3, 2014
Juan Pablo P: because it allows me a flexible use in winter and summer Dec 2, 2013
Geoffrey P: I have a 10 year old Alter Ego and love it. Time to get a new one. Very flexible for weather changes. I can encounter 95+ temperature and rain all in the same day, so the Alter Ego is a good solution. Nov 13, 2013
Mark H: I love the 3-layer system. And the jacket looks good. I with tall size came in a color besides black. Sep 22, 2013
Jim B: all season Sep 9, 2013
Samantha L: Great reviews an I was looking for a versatile jacket for all seasons. Sep 2, 2013
Joshua B: After months of research, I decided on the H-Viz Yellow Joe Rocket Alter Ego 3.0 b/c of its versatility across seasons and its protection. Aug 28, 2013
john m: Tried the earlier versions of this and impressed. This seems to be an improved version. Like the direction of the styling - looks a little better in the photo's and i like the option of different colors Aug 8, 2013
A shopper asked: I am 6-3, 185 lbs, 32" waist, 44 chest, 35" arms. I am assuming medium tall on the Alter Ego 3.0?
Also, gunmetal/ black is coming up as unavailable in tall sizing. Will you be getting this color in?
Aug 18, 2013
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Dan C: Got the same jacket in hi viz yellow which I feel makes me more visible and safer on the road. I have a medium which has a generous cut. The sleeves are slightly long which is ok when reaching for my bars. The zipper gets sticky occasionally due to the way I pull it but it is mostly very smooth. I have only used it in warm weather so have not used the waterproof outer layer yet. It has decent ventilation but even on a very hot and muggy day my shirt was soaked w sweat. (Armor was installed).
I'm 5-7 180# 32" waist; 42" chest; 32-33 arms good luck.
Aug 23, 2013
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Mark W: Yes I think that size should fit you very well to be on the safe side you might think about the large my partner weighs 218 6'3'' he ordered the xl and fits him really well, I am 6'2'' 230 36 waste I ordered the xxl tall and this jacket is just a bit loose on me I could have went with the xl large but I like my clothes just a bit big you being a tall guy you should get the tall. I ordered the black and love it so much I would buy this jacket again. Aug 19, 2013
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Greg P: I think this size will be too small for you. I am 5' 10" 170lbs 32" waist 42" chest 33" arms and medium is a good fit, I did have to cinch up the waist straps to their limit for a snug fit. Aug 19, 2013
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Allan K: I found that Joe Rocket fits true to size of regular clothing, not sure about 35" arms. Sounds like custom to me but check that with the staff. Aug 19, 2013
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Brett V: I am 5' 10" and 185 with 44 chest and 38 waist.. The med reg. works well for me. It is a great 3 season jacket and tough as nails. Aug 19, 2013
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Manuel Z: I'm 5-8, 160lbs. I bought the M-size one, and it's a bit loose for me. so, a medium-tall should work out fine. Aug 19, 2013
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Jeff R: I'm 6'1", 195 lbs 34" waist, large tall is great for me Aug 19, 2013
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Theodore G: Jacket fits true to size. I am 6' 190 and no issue. Aug 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: I am 6-3, 185 lbs, 32" waist, 42-44" chest, 35" sleeve. Would medium long be best? Aug 19, 2013
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Glen F: I'm 6'2", 250 lb, 34" waist, 50" chest, 35" sleeve and the XL is a decent fit for me, though I have no room for any extra weight. The sleeves are long enough, but the length of the jacket is shorter than I like, not a problem, just no overlap over the pants, making the waterproof shell less than ideal.

That said, the waterproof overshell is brilliant, I was riding a faired bike (Concours) in 50 degree weather with just the jacket and shell and was comfy. As the day warmed I rezippered to have the mesh zipped up inside the shell with the shell open at the front for extra air until I stopped to remove it completely. The high viz colors are really bright.

I've noticed two defects to far, but haven't called Revzilla yet for resolution, the face shield pocket has a small hole in it, and the snap on the shell retainer pulled out on the first day of use.
Aug 19, 2013
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Larry C: I'm not in this size range, but the Joe Rocket sizing chart I saw online indicates Medium for chests 40-42 and Large for 42-44. Just based on that Large sounds best.

Another thing to consider: Somebody was thinking when they designed this jacket. With the vest liner, the mesh, and the outer shell, you can cover a wide range of conditions with just one jacket. I went a little more roomy with mine because I also wanted to have the option of wearing a sleeved fleece (just normal cold weather wear) under the jacket to extend the range just a little more.

Give Revzilla a call to see if they concur.
Aug 20, 2013
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David Lee V: I am 6'4" 235 lbs, 48" chest, 38" waist and 37" sleeves. I purchased the XL Tall and it is a perfect fit for me. So I would have to say that Joe Rockets sizing is pretty well dead on. Looking at their charts, you should be good to go. Aug 19, 2013
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Mark W: I am 6' even 185 lbs 34 "waist 44" chest and a med. reg fit me great. If your not all legs the med long should work for you I would think Aug 19, 2013
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Rory D: That would probably work. I'm 6'6" 250 pound (48" chest, 38" waist, and 37" sleeve) and I wear an XL long and it fits nicely. Aug 19, 2013
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Russell I: I think you should be okay. I'm 6'3", 250 with a 38" waist in an XL and I still have tons of room. Aug 19, 2013
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ROBERT M: If medium is your normal size I say it sounds good to me !!! Aug 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hey... So I own the this jacket, and curious if there is a zip liner that I could add to the inside of the mesh instead of the fleece? May 8, 2014
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Guilherme M: Hey there. Well, there is none I'm aware of. What exactly do you want? Like the same fleece, but with another material and with sleeves? Maybe you can tailor build one, might not be THAT expensive so that would justify buying another jacket. May 8, 2014
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Dennis M: not that I know of, but I prefer to wear the layers separately anyway. A gerbing heated liner would fit under and you really would have a 4 season combination. May 8, 2014
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ROBERT M: I am not aware of anything I don't use the fleece either. I guess you can wear a hoodie or a sweat shirt. I have never needed more than the jacket. May 8, 2014
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Robert F: No there is not anything available. The fleece liner is only needed when it is very cold, if at all. The sleeves are not lined for what it's worth. Jun 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: I am looking at tour master 3 and joe rocket alter ego. Is this the only tow jackets that you can remove the other shell and still have armor and mesh warm weather jacket ?

Thanks and you web site is awesome
Dec 25, 2013
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Daniel B: I'm not sure if they are the only two.. I have the alter ego for about a year now and absolutely love all of the different features it has... being able to break down to the mesh in Louisiana is a must and I like the fact I can still have the armor. It really offers full season riding for me. With being able to put on the outer layer. Plenty of pocket space to carry everything thing you need.. Dec 25, 2013
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Wayne P: Not sure but I have the alter ego and like it for the mesh part the best and the outter shell is great in the rain or for warmth but I really don't like jackets with multi layers, kind of a hassle to deal with. Dec 25, 2013
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Michael H: I'm not familiar with the Tour Master 3 however the Joe Rocket you can and it's been a great purchase! Dec 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will this jacket accept an Alpinestars Bionic Air Back Protector? Aug 15, 2013
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Justin W: I don't think it will accept that back protector. But, joe rocket has a great back protector that fits in there perfectly. It's also made by a great company ( T - pro ). Aug 15, 2013
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Mary T: Sorry don't know . This is the second alter ego my husband got the other is 10 years old. He is a daily rider 120 miles a day. Has had others but this is his fab. Aug 16, 2013
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Kevin F: I have no idea. Aug 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is there a built in storage pocket for the outer waterproof layer. How small does the xl compact down to? May 13, 2013
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zanfar: The outer layer has a pretty ingenious built-in storage pocket for itself. It sounds weird typing it, but it flips inside-out into a pocket in the jacket's back. The pocket itself is large enough for the outer layer and the insulating vest.

When rolled up, the outer layer/vest form an (uncompressed) cylinder 10" in diameter and 18" long. If you used a compression sack, or something similar, I'm betting you could compress about 30% of that. The pocket also has an elastic buckled strap you can use to secure the package to a frame--although it seems a bit flimsy for me to trust in the wind. I have some fairly small saddlebags, and I'm pretty sure I could shove it into one of them, however, at this point (with 85 F weather) it has stayed at home while I ride with just the mesh armor piece.

The outer layer is made of some very, very rugged cordura, and so is a bit stiff, bulky, and heavy.
May 14, 2013
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RevZilla: The outer shell on the Joe Rocket Alter Ego 3.0 Jacket folds into a pocket located on the inner backside of the jacket. The pocket measures about 13" x11" on a size MD, and should not be much larger on the XL. The jacket also comes with instructions as to how to fold the shell into the pocket. Best part is, it also has carrying straps! May 22, 2013
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A shopper asked: I am considering buying this jacket and the Alter Ego 2.0 pants together, but I know the pants don't have a zipper in them. Does this jacket come with a zipper that includes a side to sew on to the pants? Apr 10, 2013
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Vipin: The jacket does not have a zipper which can be connected to pants. It has belt loops. Apr 15, 2013
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RevZilla: This jacket does not come with a pant attachment zipper. Apr 16, 2013
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A shopper asked: I bought this jacket from Revzilla and love it, but I feel like the foam back protector is a bit flimsy. What back protector fits best in this jacket? Aug 25, 2012
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zanfar: I bought the (recommended) Knox TP2 Advance X CE Back Protector, and it fits great in this jacket. Much more substantial than the included foam insert, but also noticeably hotter. May 14, 2013
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RevZilla: We recommend using the Knox TP2 Advance X CE Back Protector in the Joe Rocket Alter Ego 3.0 Jacket, however the SAS-TEC Back Protector will also work if you trim it down. Aug 28, 2012
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David M asked: I'm looking at upgrading the back protection and I was looking at the forcefield back protectors. Which shape/size would fit best in a medium jacket? Apr 19, 2014
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Pete L: I got the size 2 for my Large jacket. What I did was measure the size of the foam insert that comes with the jacket and compare it to the dimensions of the size 2. Jun 2, 2014
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David M: Thanks for the reply. Thats what I ended up doing also. Jun 3, 2014
A shopper asked: I live in Australia so return shipping will be pretty expensive if I get the wrong size. We don't have any Joe Rocket jackets where I live, is there another brand that fits pretty similarly to this Alter Ego jacket so that I can try that on and get an idea of what size I need? I currently have an Ixon Alloy jacket, what is the sizing like compared to this? Dec 13, 2013
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Kevin F: No idea.
Dec 17, 2013
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Men's Textile Jacket

Size Chest (in) Waist (in) Sleeve (in)
XS 34-36 26-28 32
SM 38-40 29-31 32
MD 40-42 32-34 33
LG 42-44 34-36 34
XL 46-48 36-39 35
2XL 50-52 39-42 36
3XL 54-56 42-45 36.5
4XL 58-60 45-49 36.5
5XL 61-63 49-53 37
MD Tall 40-42 32-34 35
LG Tall 42-44 34-36 36
XL Tall 46-48 36-39 37
2XL Tall 50-52 39-42 38

Please Note: For Tall Sizes add 3" to torso length.

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

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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/Black / SM 764301 1051-6002 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / MD 764302 1051-6003 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / LG 764303 1051-6004 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / XL 764304 1051-6005 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / 2XL 764305 1051-6006 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / 3XL 764306 1051-6007 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / MD (Tall) 764297 1051-6013 Out of Stock
Black/Black / LG (Tall) 764298 1051-6014 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / XL (Tall) 764299 1051-6015 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / 2XL (Tall) 764300 1051-6016 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Red / SM 764307 1051-6102 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Red / MD 764308 1051-6103 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Red / LG 764309 1051-6104 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Red / XL 764310 1051-6105 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Red / 2XL 764311 1051-6106 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Blue / SM 764312 1051-6202 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Blue / MD 764313 1051-6203 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Blue / LG 764314 1051-6204 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Blue / XL 764315 1051-6205 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Blue / 2XL 764316 1051-6206 Out of Stock
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