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I've yet to use this jacket for riding, Yet have used it just for my everyday activity here in Wisconsin. This jacket is a must have for anybody living in a cold climate. I've worn this jacket in temps ranging from 35 degrees to -5. In really cold weather it holds heat best with a light jacket or sweatshirt over it. Nice for running errands when your car never gets a chance to warm up.....Now you do! Bought one for my wife. her word for this Jacket is "awsome"
On the downside,
I don't think the battery supplied is enough for an all day ride. And the larger 4a battery I'm told is $60.00 which is a third of the cost of the jacket.
February 25, 2013
Nice jacket, but not worth the asking price.
So I didn't want to wire in heated gear to the bike and looked for options of battery operated jackets to extend the riding season as much as possible. As stated by the previous reviewer, it just doesn't do an efficient enough job of keeping you warm. Their are only three heating elements (two in the chest, one in the back) and they don't work well unless its completely against your body.
I purchased a small when I'm normally a medium and even then, it's still not great even at 100%. At 100%, battery life has been about 2 hours before it's empty. I kept the jacket because I already wore it on the bike and didn't want to put Revzilla through the hassle of a return.
Overall, it's still pretty stylish and I think the construction of the jacket is built well. It's thin enough that you can layer underneath your motorcycle jacket and it does work well as an insulating layer.
November 7, 2012
There are better options I think (based no price)
The biggest advantage of this jacket (to me), is that it can be worn underneath my riding jacket pretty comfortably; albiet a little snug as one would expect if you have a correctly fitting riding jacket. The hood sticks out the back of my riding jacket but it isn't so big that it interferes with my head movement or comfort - where some hoods bunch up and make your neck feel like there is constant pressure.
Pros: Fits snug - true to size, but snug - so can be worn underneath my riding jacket; thumb loops to keep sleeves down helps when putting riding jacket on over the top and keeps air from going up sleeves.
Not so goods:
Heating element is not all that impressive to me. In fact I had it on full-heat (in 50 degree weather) and to be honest, unless the element was in direct contact with my body, I couldn't tell it was on.
The first time I put the jacket on and zipped it up the zipper came undone at the bottom. Fortunately I was able to easily unzip the jacket and then re-zip it back up. This has happened on another couple of occasions so I just pay particular attention now when zipping it up.
I mean its a decent jacket and at the very least it does add another layer of protection from the elements because it does fit underneath my riding jacket. But bang for the buck? Well lets just say I have seen better options out there, like full inclement 1-piece suits for the same or nearly the same price.
October 29, 2012
Great colder weather jacket
Great looking and fitting jacket. love the wind/water proof hand sleeves. Warms up to full temperature in about 5 minutes. Air flow was good also.. Wore this jacket today with underarmour coldgear long sleeve and then a thin hoodie with the temp set at 50% my upper body didnt get cold at all.. temp outside was 33F..
Overall i think this is a awesome jacket for the price.. its not as thick as it looks so spring/fall.
March 2, 2012
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A shopper asked:From the video it looks like you should be able to fit most of the front under a helmet chin curtain. It looks like it would make for a great fall/early winter jacket, but I was just seeing if anyone has any more info about how it performs with keeping your neck warm. Thanks!Oct 5, 2012
Macdeezul:It does zip all the way up and by itself it would do exactly as you surmised (it most of the front under a helmet chin curtain). However I wear mine underneath my riding jacket and my jacket's, as I would expect most others to be too, neck area closes up pretty tight when fully zipped. So basically what I do is just wear a neck-gator that tucks inside both jackets.Oct 29, 2012
RevZilla:The collar is 2-3 inches tall, depending on the size of the jacket. Whether you can tuck the front of the collar up under a chin curtain depends on both the length of your neck as well as your riding position. In a forward lean or tuck, your chin would be lifted, which could create a gap between the collar and chin curtain.Oct 8, 2012