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Mike K: I was torn between the Resistor and the Reactor. I went with the Resistor because it felt lighter and I will be wearing it during the spring/summer/fall in Northern Virginia where it gets pretty darn warm!Mar 29, 2014
michael d: like the feel and fit -- i feel JR makes a nice product for everyday ridingMar 22, 2014
A shopper asked:I'm a very new rider (will get my license tomorrow, if all goes well with the riding evaluation) and was looking to buy gear. I like the look of the Joe Rocket products and like the Joe Rocket Resistor Jacket. I'm 5'11", 180 lbs with an athletic build. Can you please recommend an appropriate JR jacket size for me?Oct 18, 2014
Dylan B:I decided to go with the Joe rocket resistor jacket. It works well and for my frame it's good. 6'1" 180lb I got a large which was probably good to make sure it covered my torso, but overall there still is quite a bit of excess material around the chest. It does have straps to tighten around the bottom but the material sits around the shoulders if the size is too big. I had to make some minor adjustments to fit properly. So having said that, I am sure that a medium would fit you, especially since you'll be in the tuck and most of JR products are true to size. Plus on a sports bike you want something a bit more snug. Good luck, be safe on the road -Oct 18, 2014
Korbin S:I'm 5'7" 140lb and own a size "small." It fits me snug, but not tight, just right. This is the second Joe Rocket jacket I've owned, and can't speak more highly of their quality, comfort, or functionality. Perfect jacket for 60-80 degrees plus it has a liner. Although, it has vents, and is breathable, it gets hot in there when above 80 degrees outside. Good luck and enjoy your new ride.Oct 18, 2014
Mike K:I purchased this jacket when I was a brand new rider (6 months ago so I still consider myself a new rider). I love it. It's got a liner you can take out for those warmer days. I got a size Large and It fits great (i'm 5'8, 200lbs so a bit stocky). I also got the Icon Compound overpants (kinda mixing two brands but it works for me).Oct 18, 2014
Denisa F:Hi , I'm Swiss I don't know the US measure . I'm 182 cm . And about 90 kg . And the size I chose was little bit big . If you're not overweight than buy a size down . I should've go for L instead of XL . Besides of that is the jacket very nice to wear . Oct 18, 2014
michael d:Great jacket..fits well...the inner liner provides adequate protection from the wind and cold.. I ride 45 degrees and ..up .. remove the liner and it flows plenty of air at 80 degrees outside... do you recommend upgrading the back protector to a force field level 2... overall a very quality jacket... highly recommended for daily commuting......thanks again revzilla for excellent customer service.....mike ...chicago..Yamaha fz8
Apr 18, 2014
A shopper asked:I love in Fresno ca where it gets to be over100 degrees but I cummute in the morning where its around 60. I was wondering if this jacket would keep me warm in the morning but be able to flow enough for the evening?Jun 12, 2014
Mike K:Yes, this jacket will keep you warm in morning and fairly cool in the evenings. It has a removable liner which I took out immediately. I live in VA where it's hot and humid all day during the summer and this jacket has been great. It's made of mesh so the airflow is good. I also have the Icon Resistance jacket which is also mesh but has leather arms. I actually prefer it over the Joe Rocket for look/feel but both are great and both. So, you could keep the liner for the morning commute and take it out for your evening commute but I actually think you could just leave it out completely and you'll be fine. Enjoy!Jun 14, 2014
Josue J:I live in dallas Texas where the temp sometimes fluctuates by 40 degrees and the jacket works great. In your morning commute keep the liner in and zipped up. Take the liner off and open the vents when going home and temp is 100. The jacket also protects from getting a sunburn. I love my jacketJun 12, 2014