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Jacket fits great. Sizes are more accurate not tight fitting. More coverage on lower back. Doesn't ride up your back. Very comfortable to wear. It's not stiff. Removable liner is warm. Vents work great lots of air flow. Looks better "in person " then in pictures.
June 22, 2015
Excellent for my San Francisco commute.
Very good for my everyday commute from Berkeley to downtown San Francisco.
Jacket is not super hot but I never felt cold too, around 50 degrees + wind was my limit, I felt like I would need some under layer if it gets a little colder.
In the warm weather you can open the air flow zippers etc... it's not made for a hot weather, you'll be sweating in minutes!
Never fell on it but protection feels good.
After 3 months it feels less stiff and much more comfortable.
Use: commute everyday (around 12 miles each way)
Bike: Suzuki GSX 750R
September 2, 2014
Liking the jacket so far but havent broken it in yet.
I'm 6 ft 175 lbs and I purchased the large to accommodate my longer arms. A bit of excess material on the front side (around the stomach) of the jacket when your leaned forward. Also the jacket tends to pull towards your back so your neck can get a little tight especially if you button the collar. I haven't ridden without the back protector to see it this would remedy the tightness around the neck. Also I've only wore it a handful of times so it should get better as it breaks in. Lastly the pocket vent button digs in your chest if your down on your tank but you can unbutton it and it's not an issue.
July 24, 2014
Only concern I had was the size, went with the XL and it fits great.
May 5, 2014
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Emanuel F:This jacket does indeed have pockets. It has two pockets on the outside(one on each side) that zip up to keep your goodies in at 70+(highway speeds) and one zip up inside pocket that imho is pretty deep which I use to keep my wallet and phone in. The rest of the zippers(2 chest, 2 bicep, and 2 back) are your vents plus 4 extra zippers for shoulder and elbow armor
Will M:Yes this jacket has pockets. There's one inside pocket on the outter shell of the jacket that is still accessible with the liner in, and there are 2 side pockets. All of which can be zippered shut.
Ryan H:This jacket has three pockets, two in the front near the bottom and one on the inside on the left just behind the main vent zipper. It is pretty much the same jacket as the Joe Rocket Atomic 4.0 jacket just with the Honda logos.Feb 21, 2015
Helton S:Sorry for the delay, I was on a ride to Tahoe this weekend! I was 215lb and 5'10" when I got mine and is the perfect size, it will break in a little bit too. Now I'm on my way to 200lb and the only thing that is changing is the belly area, it feels looser.
A shopper asked:I have a 50 inch chest and a 48 inch waist. I'm losing weight, lol. Is the 2x going to work for me? Maybe you could recommend something else. Like the styling of this product.Jul 10, 2014
Joshua L:I have this jacket and a Rev'it one. By far this brand has more room to spare. As long as the sizing chart is recommending about this size, you shouldn't have any problems at all. Rest assured, if you do, returning to Revzilla is no problem at all. (I have twice already). When you do find the fit that's right for you, you won't be disappointed. This has been a really great product for me. Jul 10, 2014
Tom C:I don't have this jacket but I do have a textile jacket with rain liner and thinsulate liner. different people have different tolerances to cold. in my case this jacket works down to about 50 degrees. at temps lower than that, it would only work for me on a short ride 10 miles or less. however, with a heated liner, I can ride it in any temperature and regularly ride 30-50 temps at an hour or more.Jan 3, 2014