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Joe Rocket Ballistic Revolution Jacket
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Joe Rocket Ballistic Revolution Jacket


  • Waterproof Rock Tex 600 outer shell
  • 840D Ballistic Nylon reinforced shoulders, elbows & forearms
  • CE Approved armor at the shoulders & elbows
  • Removable spine pad with pocket for optional CE spine protector
  • Two-way main zipper with dual closure button secured storm flap
  • FullFlex articulated back expansion panels
  • Variable Flow ventilation system with waterproof zippers
  • Extended fleece lined collar with VELCRO® brand closures closure
  • Removable Cynix insulated full sleeve liner
  • 5 outer pockets (2 chest, 2 cargo & rear storage)
  • 4 interior liner pockets
  • 10-point SureFit custom adjustment system (waist, torso, wrists, & arms)
  • Extended back with elastic hem for improved fit
  • Reflective stripes with 360º visibility

Note: The 8" zipper for pants attachment was sewn on backwards and WILL NOT mate with any pants.

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Joe Rocket Ballistic Revolution Jacket 4.6 5 38 38
Well rounded great jacket. It's a killer jacket, the only thing I could possibly say about it is that over 80 degrees it gets hot. I would say it's a great 3/4 season jacket, but summer in the city with all the stop and go it's a little hotter than I would prefer without airflow. October 5, 2015
Goovy Jacket I bought this jacket after watching the reviews on Revzilla. I like the stylish looks and was amazed at how well it fit me. Pros: Fit is right on using the sizing chart for a 6' 0" 220lb male. Styling is great, love the look. Its completely waterproof. I wore it to my motorcycle safety class during a heavy rain and was dry as can be underneath. Comes with a cooler weather liner that is removable. Lots of pockets and snaps. Its a full size jacket will cover your waist some. Does its job at not allowing wind through. Cons: Rain liner is not removable. Vents open to the liner, not the body. I wear it during the summer now but, will be buying a Summer Jacket as well because it doesn't vent to the body. Spine armor is not CE rated. Overall: Awesome jacket for the buck. Highly recommend it. August 31, 2015
Perfect This was exactly what I wanted in a jacket. Has everything I want and more. It's not as warm as I want but riding with the liner in 50 and above at thruway speed is nice an warm. I bought a XL and I'm a 46 in chest. Should of bought a L for a better fit. But no complaints other then to many pockets. I have so much junk in the pockets I have to clean them out once a week. But all round great jacket July 6, 2015
great for cold to moderate temperatures This jacket looks great, feels great and definitely has a bang for the buck. Has a removable insulated lining, which keeps you pretty warm. You can take it out and open the vents to be fairly comfortable around 70-80F, but anything above that you will start to sweat. Rain-resistant rather than rainproof in my opinion. Stayed decently but not completely dry. If you have a thick neck, the top velcro latch is not going to close; the neck hole is pretty small. Otherwise, a great, comfortable, stylish jacket. Be prepared to be mistaken for a cop at night though... May 4, 2015
good value-looks sharp-snug fit 5-8 155lbs, 32" waist and the medium fits perfect. Would not want it any "snugger". Collar not a problem with cooler/mild temps. I ride generally in 50 degrees and up.comfortable fit. Appreciate the length-covers lower back. I purchased this based on the reviews and having previously owned a Joe rocket Ballistic jacket that saved my hide in a bad accident. If you are new to textile jackets, get one with armor-it makes a difference and you won't know it's there.Very happy with this purchase April 17, 2015
Excellent Jacket Excellent jacket. Love the style. The fit was good. Great price. Revzilla is awesome. March 30, 2015
For the money and style, this is a good buy Joe rocket ballistic revolution jacket review First impressions: Styling is nice, I like the fact that this jacket flashes a good deal of hi-viz yellow while still being less than 100% conspicuous. The hi-viz has been strategically placed so that it is directly visible in the front and rear when in the riding position. This does work too, I notice a lot of people looking back at me in their rearview mirror. Joe Rocket is the only brand I've seen that makes this stylish option available in an adventure style longer jacket. I do get compliments on the jacket’s look. Putting on this jacket for the first time, it was easy to adjust everything to where it fits right. The zippers on the sleeves and the outside pockets are waterproof which means they're stiffer than your regular zips and they open and close very smoothly without grabbing fabric around them and binding. This alone is already good. All outside pockets are waterproof, the upper pockets have waterproof zippers and the lowers fold over below the opening so the opening itself faces down and prevents water from coming in easily. The rear butt pocket is just barely big enough to hold the liner or a pair of gloves with hard armor. Nothing special there. The neck closure flap is too small and there isn’t enough velcro, if you wear a balaclava it can pop open for no reason, and the snap at the top of the flap is hard to fasten if you’re wearing The main double zipper is a pain to get started, I have no idea who needs a double ended zipper here. I’ve used the feature a few times to go to the bathroom, but that’s about how useful it ends up being. While the body of the jacket is nicely waterproof, the main closure of the jacket is NOT. In the rain, and if the jacket bunches up at your waist, which it will because it’s an adventure style jacket, water can get blown into the main zipper if you ride a naked bike like I do. The zipper is just your regular cloth variety and once it gets wet, your clothes will start getting wet. The closure has a back-fold that should prevent water from getting into the zipper, but the fasteners to keep it closed are four measely snaps which don’t provide a very positive closure where it’s needed the most. This area is also the weak spot when it comes to cold weather as cold air can get thru. It could have used a true double closure. In warmer weather this will be a hot jacket due to a lack of direct venting, but the protection of the jacket might just be worth it as it feels very solid and safe. The inner liner is warm enough for 50 degrees without any layers underneath, but the pockets in the liner are rather pathetic. On the right side are two pockets, side by side, one of which has a velcro closure and another which has a stretchy closure. Neither of these pockets is wide enough to hold a smart phone and the only use I see for them is holding sun glasses or a Nokia 5190 from 1995. On the left side is a larger pocket that will hold a smart phone but instead of being a top loading pocket it has a zipper up the front side of it. Being made out of flimsy fabric and equipped with a small tooth zipper, and with a flap that covers a zipper, the overall effect is that opening and closing the pocket while you're wearing the jacket is a pain in the butt and requires two hands without gloves on. That and the side opening means things are likely to fall out of it when you open it. Oh and the same pocket on the actual jacket is a top loading design that actually works. I have no idea who designed this liner, but the 90s want their design back. Overall, I’m pleased with the jacket, I would buy it again as it does perform well enough for the price point. The styling can’t be beat and I don’t intentionally ride in the rain enough for the non-waterproofness of the main zipper to be a huge problem. This jacket could use a re-design in a few areas, but the niggles aren’t deal breakers by any means. March 25, 2015
Great Jacket for the price I'm very happy with my purchase. I would not hesitate to purchase another one. March 1, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Alain M: Needed a protective jacket for touring. Jul 21, 2015
S K: Saved my arm in a crash Jul 19, 2015
Autumn I: Good value and desired features Mar 10, 2015
T I: Impressed with the reviews, priced right for my first textile jacket and had the features I was looking for. I reviewed A LOT of jackets before deciding on this one. Here's hoping it performs well during an Alberta riding season. Cheers. Feb 26, 2015
Norman D: This is my 3rd Ballistic, loved everyone and each new iteration has been better then the previous.
Jan 2, 2015
Robert B: My first motorcycle jacket had to have several key features; Versatel in most weather conditions, ability to store items in pockets, and be well made. This jacket had it all. Dec 26, 2014
Iva R: for my boyfriend.. i have a Joe rocket jacket and i want him to have one for christmas... i think it will look good on him.. i like mine very much Nov 18, 2014
Matthew M: Like the style. Like the cost. Oct 23, 2014
Alexander H: Price, feature, benefit Oct 22, 2014
Steven P: I like the Joe Rocket mesh jacket I've used for 6 months. Oct 10, 2014
Frank V: I liked the style has good reviews and I was looking for winter warm jacket. Sep 24, 2014
Dan S: Value - Appearance - Brand Sep 23, 2014
christian b: Wanted a low cost winter jacket for very short commute to work. Have a Joe rocket jacket and like it so I am trying this one out. I liked that it had a hiviz option. Got rear ended before so now I look for visibility in my gear. Sep 16, 2014
James H: I already ride Joe Rocket products for textile gear, and appreciate the brand's quality and functionality. Aug 27, 2014
Blake G: Reviews Aug 4, 2014
St Louis R: Great experiences with Joe Rocket....this jacket replaces a worn out 10_ year old "Ballistic" jacket. I expect great results and appreciate the more sleek design of the new ballistic jacket. Jun 18, 2014
Christopher R: Good price point, and I've been very happy with Joe Rocket products before. May 16, 2014
Bernhardt W: I have a friend who swears by Joe Rocket. This more or less met my needs. May 6, 2014
Joshua R: sexy Apr 9, 2014
Gary M: Price Mar 15, 2014
F X: I have a old Joe Rocket Ballistic and it has been good to me. Time for a new one. And the price is great. Feb 25, 2014
kevin p: it looked cool Jan 17, 2014
vincent b: because here in virginia beach the weather can go from sunny to a downpour in a moments notice also it can start raining whenever also. i choose this jacket for the many things and seasons i can get through with this jacket and it makes more sense to buy something i can use year round versus having multiple jackets. looks good and i like storage pockets cause i do listen to music while riding as well as carry other things on my that i would rather have in a jacket pocket versus a pants pocket. Jan 16, 2014
michael l: A good looking jacket while im rideing or on a date....cant wait to waer it....awsome Dec 9, 2013
Jeff Y: Love my Reactor 3.0 for Florida 10 months of year - but we do get some 'florida' cold at nights in Dec/Jan/Feb that makes Reactor a bit too breezy -- expecting same quality from Joe R outta this guy. Nov 29, 2013
Daniely R: I needed something slick for wet and winter riding. Tired of big bulky coats.
Plus compare to other jackets. this looks good on any Bike I choose to ride.
I'm just hope it does justice to its look in the could month to come.
Oct 20, 2013
Andrew W: form and function plus it looks bad ass! Sep 24, 2013
Daniel R asked: How warm of weather would you wear it up to? I currently live in the northeast but moving to the northwest soon in a month or so. Where I'm moving to gets low 80s summers. Would you say this jacket has enough vents to keep me cool in low to mid 80s? I don't really want a mesh as I believe that would be too much ventilation but Im having difficulty finding a textile jacket that can be worn in the mid 80s Jun 2, 2015
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Chris J: Yes, go for this jacket. I do tons of research on whatever I buy (type A that way), since I like quality but money can be a factor, so I'm pretty picky when it comes to criteria. I'd rather have less things, but quality items, rather than a whole wardrobe of riding gear for each month of the year.

This jacket not only looks awesome, but it fits really well too (comfortable, yet form-fitting enough that it doesn't make you feel like the Michelin man). The inner liner is great - if you pull it out, you can wear it in much warmer weather comfortably. If it gets chilly, use the liner and it helps a ton.

I live in the SouthEast, and have had this jacket since October. I still have my Joe Rocket mesh jacket from before, but I hardly ever wear it unless it's 90-95+ out. This jacket does have venting, but if you close it all up, it's super wind and rain-proof. My mesh jacket, in any dribble of rain whatsoever, soaks my shirt completely.

The sleeves and waist are a nice length; feels like would offer a lot better protection in a crash. The neck is super nice in colder weather too; the lower necklines on mesh jackets can be a pin.

It's a pretty aggressive looking jacket for what it is. I went for the high-vis; it's not quite yellow but not quite green. More yellow and less green than I expected, but still not gaudy looking.

The padding is good too.

All around a super jacket for the price. Go for it. You'll need the cold and wet protection way more than super hot weather anyways where you're moving.

Jun 2, 2015
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Mark G: I've worn mesh jackets in a wide variety of climates, to include in the mid 90s. This jacket offers you the ability to remove a variety of layers, to include the insulated layer as well as the waterproof layer. What's left is the mesh outer layer with protective pads. I live in the Puget Sound area and have worn it in temperatures from the mid 40s to the mid 80s, and plan on wearing it to Sturgis in about 58 days, and have absolutely no concerns as to its ability to provide me the necessary protection regardless of the different environments we'll encounter. It will not provide too much ventilation, plus as I mentioned, the different liners afford you the ability to adjust as is necessary. I wore a similar Joe Rocket jacket in Japan several years ago in the Kanto Plain area of Honshu during the summers when it hit 95 degrees, and while it was hot, it would have been hot no matter what I was wearing, but it's hard to beat the protection Joe Rocket jackets offer with the breathing ability of their mesh jackets. Jun 2, 2015
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Blake G: This jacket fits comfortably and performs great in cooler weather, but I personally can't tolerate wearing it for any protracted period of time if it's 75 with direct sun... so I would caution against it. Especially if you're going to be slowing or stopping frequently. My complaint is not with the ventilation so much as the material lining the inside of the jacket, which tends to stick to my body once any amount of perspiration occurs, effectively stifling airflow.

That being said, I live in ND and prefer -10F to 80F. If you have a love of heat, can tolerate it moderately well, or don't sweat very much than you should probably attenuate my advice accordingly. Maybe as much as 10-15F.
Jun 2, 2015
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Marcel B: Hi Daniel. Mid 80s any jacket is warm but I still wear mine. When I'm moving its just fine. But at stops you will be a little warm. But more important, I had an accident a few weeks ago. Landed right on my shoulder. Jacket ripped but the only part of my body that got hurt was my hip. The others bikers around immediately commented on how remarkable my jacket performed. So it was worth a little discomfort in 80 degrees. Hope that helps. Jun 2, 2015
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Seth P: I currently live in western wa. I have had no problem with the jacket being ventilated enough for the weather. Only thing I have ran into is during the winter I put a light sweater on underneath the jacket. Other then that I love it and definitely recommend for riders in the northwest. Jun 2, 2015
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Sean E: I've worn it in 25 C sunny weather with no problems. Mine fits a bit loose without the liner in so that certainly adds to the ventilation. Jun 2, 2015
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Lars v: This is definitely too hot for a PNW summer. I'd look for an all mesh jacket like the Icon Anthem. Jun 2, 2015
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Sean R asked: Would this be a good jacket for a cruiser? Have a shadow and need a new jacket. Thanks Jun 7, 2015
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Charles C: I have a Triumph America and used this jacket to commute in temps between the mid 30s through to the 70s. It is comfortable in a upright seated position. If the style has you concerned, I would suggest not worrying over it. For one it isn't too far removed from more classic cruiser styles, while providing good bang for the buck protection that far exceeds the other cruiser style of just a t-shirt.
Jun 8, 2015
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Wade B: I use it on my rebel. I like how it looks because it is a happy medium between sportbike wear and full-on leather cruiser wear.

The only issue you might have is if you live somewhere where it gets over 80F. There is effective venting you can open up, and you can remove the insulation liner, but it still gets hot.
Jun 8, 2015
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Ian B: Hi Sean,

I ride a street bike and it looks great on that, but I could definitely see it working for a cruiser as well. It's been extremely comfortable, kept me warm in the winter, and now cool in the summer, and the price is hard to argue with. Just go for it :)

Jun 9, 2015
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Demian A: I wouldn't call this cruiser style, it's more adventure than cruiser. Also, it's very hot in hot weather because it doesn't breathe well, so if you live in a truly warm area you're buying a wearable sauna. It's very nice in cooler weather tho. Jun 8, 2015
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Evgeniy A: I dont know. I have Yamaha TDM 850. not cruiser.
The jacket is very hot. Its good from 5 to 20C. After that not comfortable.
Jun 9, 2015
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Thomas H asked: I am between sizes and I am curious if the 10 point adjustment system only pulls material in or if it can also give some slack as well. I would prefer not to sacrifice this jacket's sleek design. For that matter would it puff out if I did round up a size? May 18, 2014
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Norman D: HI Thomas,
There are no expandable sections in the jacket so the only adjustment is to pull things in. I'm 5' 10" at 175# and wear a large. Most of the adjustments I've made have been one snap tighter. The waist belt adjustment is Velcro so it's infinitely adjustable. I use an electric liner which works much better the tighter it hugs your body so I don't feel the need to change any of the adjustments on the jacket once set up with the liner in. In hotter weather with the vents open the missing liner gives a lot of room to let air flow through the jacket with the vents open. I don't believe it will puff out because of the multiple adjustment points. Oh yeah, this is my 3rd Ballistic 3/Revolution jacket and I've been very happy with the quality/price comparo on every one. The only need to replace them is that I've worn them out. I have not tested the waterproof performance at this time.
May 18, 2014
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Joe C: Thomas,

I'm 5'-8", 200 lbs., 42 shoulders, 34 waist, athletic build. I purchased the large and it's fits tailor made. I would consider the adjustments as cinching down excess material rather than letting material out. I highly recommend this jacket for the fall, winter and early spring. The venting is minimal so anything above 65 degrees will feel warm. However, if you are ridding in anything below 65 degrees this jacket is amazing. I typically ride down to 40 degrees with only a thin turtle neck. I hope this helped.

May 19, 2014
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Gabriel C: Hi, my name's Gabriel. I've owned this jacket for some months now. As per your question, the jacket's straps allow it to become a nicer fit according to your body, but it won't make it more loose than the jacket originally comes. This jacket is phenomenal! I can't feel the chill at freezing nights riding through the highway, and the pads provide a great amount of protection. It's just a great accessory. It'll save your life too. I am grateful I have it. I'm sure you'll love it just as much. May 18, 2014
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Andrew W: it relaxes to a certain extent. I'm 200# at 6'0" with a 36" waist, 47 chest, I got the Xtra Large, fits and looks Great! If you're just in between sizes, I'd go up to the next one and pull it in. Hope this helps, it's a good looking jacket and rides well. May 19, 2014
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tweed g: No it really doesn't offer any slack, just snugs it up. I'm 6'1'' 220lbs and went with the xl and it is just perfect. I also have a Joe Rocket mesh jacket in the 2xl and it really is too big but it works. May 18, 2014
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Austin H asked: Is the shoulder armor in this jacket removeable? Feb 19, 2015
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PAUL L: Austin H.,

The shoulder armor is removable. The jacket is very comfortable for both riding and walking. The problem i have with this Jacket is that the zipper failed almost immediately. It was rather disappointing.
Feb 20, 2015
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Norman D: all of the armor is replaceable, I would recommend upgrading the back armor with Force Field, available here. Feb 19, 2015
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Ted A: Good question . I haven't tried to remove it , so I don't know . Great jacket though . Feb 20, 2015
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Andrew W: Nope. Back and elbow only.
Feb 19, 2015
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A shopper asked: What is the venting on this jacket like? It's hard to tell from the pictures but it appears that there might be vents in the underarm area and exhaust vents hidden under the fabric folds on the back. Are there?

I'm looking to use this as a Northern California cold half of the year jacket. It will probably handle the cold fine but how about the warmer days (ends of the cold season, sporadic warm days in the middle of winter)? How warm outside could it be and still be comfortable? How warm outside could it be and still be bearable?
Nov 12, 2013
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Anselm E: There's a vent in the front, going from the armpit up toward the inside point of the collar bone in the front, and from the back of the arm pit down about 5 inches in the back. Seals are great.

I ride this thing in NorCal (Oakland), and did a couple of miles in mid-30s degree weather last night with the liner in and a thermal long-sleeve beneath that- a bit chilly, but not bad at all for 15 minutes or so on the freeway on a naked bike. WIth a proper hoodie, you're OK for sure. Mine tends to get a weird draft up the back, but I think that's from the way I sit on the bike.

In warm weather, it gets pretty muggy since it's water proof. Once you're moving, it's fine and vents well. On surface streets with a full windshield, you're gonna roast quick but that's true for any jacket.
Jan 2, 2014
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Demian A: The supplied vents are crap because they vent to the space between the waterproof liner and the shell, so the vented air only cools you off (very slightly). It doesn't actually breath so your sweat plus the heat will turn this jacket into a Sauna.

However... The snap closure that is about breast height allows you to run with the top of the jacket undone and keeps the wind from opening the zipper on the jacket so you can flow a ton of air to clear out the muggy feeling of your own sweat. Un-cinching the sleeve adjustments also allows a decent amount of wind to flow up your arms and helps there.

If you're stopped, you bake. No way around that.
May 30, 2015
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Andrew W: Yes, you are correct. There are vents both under the arms and on the back of the jacket that supply plenty of flow threw air. I have used this jacket now both on hot (without the liner)and on cold (with) and found it to be very comfortable during both. Great Jacket, no lie! Dec 1, 2013
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Jazz W asked: Concerning the hi viz version of the jacket, is it more of a green or a yellow? I have a green kawasaki ninja (in the standard kawasaki green) and I am wondering how well the hi viz version would match that. Sep 19, 2015
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kevin p: I actually purchased the black and gray colored one, and the color didn't match exactly how the picture looked, so realistically it would most likely be a bit off from the standard kawasaki green. But I can't say for certain though. BTW it has a double zipper just so you know (2 zippers are needed to close the front of the jacket up) and it can be bothersome. Sep 19, 2015
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German C: Definitely green, neon green. Not exactly the Kawasaki green but they'll match Sep 19, 2015
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A shopper asked: Just wondering if it comes in blue? im having a hard time finding a dual sport jacket in blue with good length. i am 6'3 170 lbs and im leaning towards a medium tall i dont know if that will be long enough in the arms however. Any help? May 14, 2015
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Ian B: Hi,

I'm 6'4", 220 lbs, and purchased a large, and it fits perfectly. It's very true to size, so if you find that you're normally a medium, go with a medium.

Hope that helps!
Jun 9, 2015
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Norman D asked: Isn't it really a water resistant 600 Nylon Shell and a water proof middle membrane, that's how Joe Rocket describes it on their site?
Sep 30, 2013
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eric t: Correct. Apr 8, 2014
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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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Black/Black / SM 921916 1352-1002 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Black / MD 921917 1352-1003 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Black / LG 921918 1352-1004 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Black / XL 921919 1352-1005 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Black / 2XL 921920 1352-1006 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Black / 3XL 921921 1352-1007 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Grey / SM 921928 1352-2602 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Grey / MD 921929 1352-2603 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Grey / LG 921930 1352-2604 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Grey / XL 921931 1352-2605 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Grey / 2XL 921932 1352-2606 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Grey / 3XL 921933 1352-2607 Out of Stock
Black/Red / SM 921922 1352-2102 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Red / MD 921923 1352-2103 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Red / LG 921924 1352-2104 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Red / XL 921925 1352-2105 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Red / 2XL 921926 1352-2106 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Red / 3XL 921927 1352-2107 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Hi-Viz Neon / SM 921934 1352-4602 Out of Stock
Black/Hi-Viz Neon / MD 921935 1352-4603 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Hi-Viz Neon / LG 921936 1352-4604 Out of Stock
Black/Hi-Viz Neon / XL 921937 1352-4605 Out of Stock
Black/Hi-Viz Neon / 2XL 921938 1352-4606 Out of Stock
Black/Hi-Viz Neon / 3XL 921939 1352-4607 Out of Stock