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Olympia Airglide 4 Mesh Tech Jacket

When it comes to multi-function mesh based riding gear, the Olympia Airglide 4 jacket has no equal. Heat,wind, rain and cold are no match for this cutting edge style. Constructed in authentic Cordura fabric with ballistic nylon mesh panels, this jacket offers maximum airflow with superior abrasion resistance. For added safety, Airglide offers 3M Scotchlite piping at the chest, back and sleeves. Equipped with a sporty two stage, wind and waterproof, Thermolite insulated liner jacket, this style delivers the ultimate in multi season riding comfort.


  • Outer shell constructed in 500 denier Cordura fabric with ballistic airflow mesh panels
  • Waterproof, Thermolite insulated two stage liner jacket
  • Removable CE approved Motion Flex armor at elbows and shoulders
  • Removable CE approved Motion Flex articulated back protector
  • Cool mesh airflow lining
  • Custom Fit detailing at collar, cuffs, elbows and waist
  • Comfort neoprene framed collar
  • 3M Scotchlite reflective piping at front, sides and back
  • 8” connecting zipper for pants
  • Five storage pockets plus cell phone pocket

Liner Jacket Features:

  • Two stage waterproof liner jacket
  • Wind and waterproof
  • Breathable rip stop nylon shell with removable Thermolite insulation
  • Mandarin style knit trim collar
  • Two waterproof zipper pockets and interior cell phone pocket
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Great Jacket for the price Wanted a jacket with protection and would be 'cooler' to wear in the summer. So far have only worn the jacket with all 3 layers and riding in temps in high 40's/low 50's with two layers under jacket (tee shirt and thermal long sleeve) so the cold did start to "creep in". Given that the front has mesh panels that is no surprise. Construction seems very good but the only thing I'm concerned is how well the Velcro in the wrist will hold up over time with constant use (would have preferred some snaps); and do wish the pockets were deeper and cell phone pocket a little larger to fit modern smart phones (as others have stated). Overall the jacket is very comfortable (bought a large) and fits me very well, never notice the padding in elbow or shoulders while riding. I'm 5-8 180lbs. Unfortunately will have to wait till spring/summer to remove layers and see how well the venting actually works (the main reason for me buying the mesh jacket). As of now would not hesitate to recommend this jacket. December 2, 2014
3 1/2 season, high quality reflective jacket For those that value safety when riding, fitment and being conspicuous are two of the most important elements right at the top of the list. These jackets run a bit more than others but there is a reason. Highest quality construction, materials, and air flow are unparallelled. There are two liners, one more for breaking the wind and rain; the inner liner is more for riding in colder weather. The small fit me a little snug but as the representative illustrated, you want those pads close to the body and don't want them to shift in a fall. My wife has had a very hard time finding a jacket that fits her body type. The female version of this jacket has gussets and tightening straps that allows the jacket to go over her hips while ensuring a nice fit in the waist, arms and shoulders. The RevZilla video does a great job of illustrating all of the features of this jacket. It is well worth the money! You wont regret it. . November 22, 2014
Solid jacket at a good price I agonized for weeks over a jacket. I was wanting a true 4-season jacket, but the more I researched, the more I realized that true, comfortable 4-season is nearly impossible. My initial purchase was a Dainese Teren jacket on sale at just under $500. I went back and forth on that jacket for a couple of weeks without actually taking it for a ride. I loved the way it looked and fit, and it felt like a tank, but considering much of my riding is warmer weather, it just seemed like it was going to be too warm for 90% of my riding. I finally sent it back. A fellow riding buddy has the Airglide 4 and raves about it, so I started looking at it, and considering most of the features were the same as the Teren (removable waterproof and thermal liners), but with a much more breathable shell, and $200 cheaper, I finally decided to go with it. I initially went with the black, but returned it for the hi-viz, and am happy I did. I'm at the point in my riding career where safety is really paramount to me, so the greater chance I give myself of being seen the better. The fit of the jacket isn't nearly as good as the Teren was, but I knew that going into it. I'm tall and skinny and the Airglide definitely has too much room in it. I'm 6'1 and went with a Medium. Considered a small, but this jacket is already borderline too short since it's waist-length not 3/4 (again, something I knew going into it) so a small would have been too short. Arm length is great, and there is a decent amount of fit adjustment, although with all the liners out, the jacket does fit looser than I would like. Still, though, it's a very comfortable jacket. Build quality seems solid. I like the included CE back protector. I haven't tested it's waterproof capabilities yet, but based on most feedback I have seen on this jacket, I'm confident it will do just fine in the rain. Once I convinced myself that I wasn't going to find a do-it-all jacket, I eventually honed in on the Airglide. All things considered, for me, it's the best all around fit. Would definitely purchase again. November 3, 2014
Very good jacket I read most of the reviews on this jacket before I purchased it. I bought the hi-vis colors for two reasons: 1. I want to be seen, and 2. It allows me to get on Ft. Hood without having to put on an ugly vest. One review that I read said the armor in the jacket was uncomfortable. That was being very kind. Actually, I would say the armor is torturous. For that I gave this jacket a 3 for features. Being forewarned, I also purchased the D3O elbow and shoulder armor along with the jacket, 1000% improvement. At 6', 210 lbs., the jacket fits well and is not as roomy as the video says. However, I like the slightly snug fit as it helps keep the jacket from riding up if you happen to go skidding down the road. October 17, 2014
Excellent quality for the money Having gotten back on a bike after 10 years, I needed to get a jacket. I had read a number of reviews and liked what I had been reading about olympia jackets so I took the plunge and went in on the Airglide 4 sight unseen. I'm happy that I did! It's a very high quality jacket with just the right combination of what I needed. It was warm in Northern California when I got it so I took out both liners and just loved the fact that it's got a ton of ventilation while still providing protection. Overall I'm very happy with the purchase. October 13, 2014
Almost Perfect Jacket This was my first textile mesh jacket and I am pleased to report I made a very good purchase with the Olympia Airglide 4. I've always worn nothing but leather, even in our hot, humid deep-south summers but finally decided to broaden my horizons and get a textile garment. I confess the Olympia Airglide 4 wasn't my first choice having my mind made up for a Tourmaster Intake Air 3. Unfortunately (or perhaps not) my size and color choice (Hi-Viz) were sold-out in the Tourmaster which forced me to look for a runner-up. After MUCH research (thank you Revzilla for your product videos and customer reviews) I concluded the Olympia to be my best alternative. Kudos to Revzilla for their speedy shipping; I received the jacket in a mere 3 days time from ordering. As I've had the jacket only one week so far and have worn it but three times without the liners in temps ranging from a low of 55*F (w/ light weight, long-sleeve shirt underneath) to high of 90*F (w/ cotton t-shirt) it has performed excellently. PROS: The build quality is excellent. The color (Hi-Viz) is vibrant and the correct hue (not too yellow). The CE armor fits well and stays in place without shifting around during donning and movement. Although I've not yet used them; the liners fit well when attached and seem quite functional. It's multi-seasonal versatility is one of this jacket's features that helped sell me over it's competitors as well as inclusion of a CE rated back protector. The air-flow is very good (although my only comparison is versus a ventilated leather jacket) and keeps me adequately cooled while riding and during short-term off-bike strolls in the out doors. SIZING: For me the sizing chart was spot-on. I purchased the Medium and with/without the liners the fit is good. I am a slim build, 5' 9" tall, 155 lbs., 30" waist, 39" chest, arm length: 24" from shoulder joint to wrist (32" from center of neck, along shoulder down length of arm to wrist.) CONS: Minor details really, for me I wish there was one more larger map-style pocket on the interior R/H side. The Napoleon pocket could use a beefier zipper with a pull-tab. As stated by others, the cell phone pocket is completely too small for current smart phones. And, lastly, the sleeve adjustment tabs at the elbow pads tend to catch against the jacket body from time to time whilst moving about. Apart from those minor caveats this jacket is about as ideal in function and execution as I was hoping to find in a mesh type jacket and warrants my recommendation to anyone interested in a mesh textile riding jacket. October 12, 2014
The only jacket you will ever need Awesome 4 season jacket, good for summer up to 90 or so with liners removed and down to single digits with thermal liner installed. The quality to detail is excellent. I got the yellow high viz and people have commented how easy I am to see. Liners are easy to remove and install and the jacket has armor in all the right places. This was my first Olympia product and I will stay with them. Liners roll up small to carry in panier while touring, excellent 4 season choice. September 22, 2014
Tremendous three season outfit!!! I bought this after watching my wife enjoy the ladies version for a year. with the multiple liners, it covers a wide range of temperature, but especially when it is hot it is s godsend. To get comparable versatility, comfort, and protection you might spend much more, but you won't get a better outfit. September 2, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Jeff Trevor D: I needed a lower cost, transitional jacket to both commute with on my air base in Germany, and explore other locations while carrying a minimal amount of clothing. I love the stand alone line I could use when I get off the bike to check out nearby spots, etc. Dec 12, 2014
Robert K: It should be able to meet the year round needs of my riding season, reputation, and high visibility (neon yellow). Nov 28, 2014
John T: From the description it will work well as a summer jacket when really very hot - keep the liner in when riding early in the mornings when still cool, and remove liner in the heat of the afternoon - and I am still protected. I am looking forward to receiving it. Nov 26, 2014
Eric R: This is a great multi purpose coat. Long cross country rides have different temps and having a coat that can go from keeping you cool to keeping you warm in a matter of minutes is an excellent option. This has been a great coat for the summer and what I wear in the winter (in addition to a heated coat). Nov 25, 2014
Paul D: Versatility. I want to be visible with the Hi Viz version. Nov 15, 2014
Christopher W: needed an all season jacket. This is the best motorcycle jacket I have ever purchased. Extremely versatile with good protection Nov 13, 2014
Sergio P: Price
Can be use all year round
Oct 27, 2014
Tom C: I liked my Olympia one piece. this is a great three season jacket. works great for me with an electric liner. Oct 20, 2014
William A: Recommendation from a friend how purchased similar coat while in the USA Oct 20, 2014
Kevin N: I wanted a jacket the was versatile for the various riding condition. The one jacket allows me to start my riding season in early spring through late fall with out switching jackets Oct 17, 2014
Donald C: Wanted a HiViz, 3.5 season wet jacket. Oct 16, 2014
Nesbitt C: Alternative to Klim Induction--got similar ratings and costs less Sep 29, 2014
Jeffrey M: I was looking for a hi-visibility 3 season jacket and did a lot of research online and tried some on in the various motorcycle shops. I know someone who has this jacket and is very happy with it. Sep 27, 2014
Loren S: Good 3-season jacket with an "American cut", looser fit. Extremely satisfied with this purchase! Sep 22, 2014
jordan r: sales person Sep 22, 2014
terry n: "IMHO, bang for the buck, this is the best summer jacket on the planet for adventure riding â?¦ period." Sep 12, 2014
Steven B: Features, style, user reviews, video review, price Sep 8, 2014
Ean J: Nice style, 4.8 average user rating, and the hi-vis yellow I was looking for made this a no-brainer for me, especially at the price Revzilla is asking. Jul 17, 2014
Tory S: A long time riding buddy has had this jacket for some time and loves it. He says it is very versatile and comfortable. Recently he was hit while riding and skidded across the pavement on his shoulder and back. There was no damage to the jacket or piping and he did not sustain any injuries after hitting the pavement. Jul 15, 2014
Chuc N: Best 3 season on the market! Jul 3, 2014
Dale A: Good revues and Revzilla reputation for great customer service Jun 29, 2014
Matthew B: Your videos of jackets was priceless in my decision. I started out thinking I wanted a Tourmaster Transition 3, but after learning more about the jacket I learned it would fit my needs-too warm. Your reviews and comments by other riders helped me tremendously. After diving into the Sonora Air Jacket and then the Olympia Air Glide 4, I believe the Olympia will work better with my ride and long 200 mile commute. Black is better with the Harley, plan on adding a High Vis "Hit-Air Vest" soon. Jun 8, 2014
John F: recommended per friend. Jun 8, 2014
David M: I liked the looks of the jacket and the reviews on Revzilla were all very positive. I also wanted hi viz and a rain liner. That limited my choices to 10 or so mesh jackets. I think overall this jacket got the highest ratings. And Revzilla has a reputation for fast delivery. Jun 5, 2014
Michael K: Needed a jacket in a larger size with great airflow. Hopefully this will fit the bill great! May 31, 2014
Lee S: Recommended by 3 Revzilla sales associates. I wanted a four season jacket and this was best I could afford. May 31, 2014
Graeme T: Wanted a textile, all seasons jacket for motorcycling down here in Sydney, Australia.
Heaps and heaps of research and landed on this brand/jacket (worth also mentioning online dialogue with Kevin at Olympia asking questions, he was fantastic). Also a nod to Revzilla, sooooo much info from Anthony and his reviews, great stuff.
May 31, 2014
James B: Friend recommendation May 24, 2014
Jeffrey S: Great multipurpose and protective jacket. May 18, 2014
William S: Olympia reputation, protection and price. May 17, 2014
Robert F: Great jacket with rider protection and high visibility so the cagers "might" see me. May 16, 2014
Douglas R: Typically, on a hot day I ride with only T-shirt. I am hoping that this jacket will give me some protection and not heat me up. May 14, 2014
Casey H: Tried on a small size at a local dealer and really liked the jacket.
I love the destination layer concept as this makes the jacket a 4 season for me (especially with the insulation).
May 13, 2014
Timothy M: High viz jacket with great protection, paired with loads of features. May 9, 2014
David B: I like the look, and I like the features. It ended up being a bit more bulky than I anticipated, but it seems to work very well in all the kinds of weather we get where I live. May 8, 2014
George L: possibility to use year round in FL even in the rain May 6, 2014
Nicolas S: Upgrade from my AirGlide 2, which has been fantastic, but is finally showing it's age. Plus, wanted hi-vis for both visibility and to not trap heat as much. Apr 28, 2014
Ray W: Good video review by Anthony. And, others ratings/reviews are positive. (I've had the jacket now for a year and love it!) Apr 24, 2014
John S: Previous experience, quality and features. Apr 23, 2014
Eric L: Fantastic ventilation, versatility in different weather, sharp looking hi-viz color Apr 8, 2014
Dale W: Purchased my wife the same item for Christmas and she loved her Olympia jacket. Only made sense to go with the same one, when I went to a high vis motorcycle jacket. Revzilla has been great to work with on her orders and I expect more of the same great service. Apr 2, 2014
A s: It is awfully hot on a RT in the summer. Mar 23, 2014
A S: Went for the high-vis as always and wanted a good hot weather jacket with some level of protection. Mar 20, 2014
T H: I was looking for a jacket that fits a warm climate all year round. This one seemed the perfect choice. Mar 15, 2014
Jim W: I chose this jacket due to its versatility for all weather types. It performs extremely well in warm weather and with the windbreaker/rain liner in performs well in 55 degree weather. Any colder than that and you will need to add a base layer. Mar 9, 2014
Lawson H: It appears to fit my need - 3 season riding - and waterproof! Video demo of this jacket was quite thorough, impressive, and well done! Feb 16, 2014
Jose R: European tailored jackets look great but many sacrifice comfort as they are intended to fit very snug. This jacket looks good, allows for simple fitting adjustments, and provides the comfort I am looking for when taking those long rides. The versatility it offers to tackle different weather conditions is also a huge plus. Feb 14, 2014
David S: Four season jacket, High viz, super high quality loaded with features. This is my second Revzilla purchase, excellent web site, excellent choices and super shipping. Revzilla is my new place to go for all of my cycling gear. Jan 26, 2014
Jon D: It seemed to fit most of my requirements in a Hi-Vis multi-season jacket. Jan 5, 2014
Leonardo L: 3-in-1... mesh, textile, liners (2..!) lots of adjustments! all CE armor :) I think it will be perfect for my current climate (tropical, hot all day, windy and a little cold at nights; rains a few hours during a few months... no big rains... Dec 30, 2013
Loren Z: I had an Airglide 2 that I wore for about 4 years and really liked it. After the color faded so bad and couldn't get all the dirt and grime out, I threw it away. Tried other coats but really didn't like them as much. I really like that it is vented but in the critical impact areas they don't use the much weaker mesh. Most jackets today seem to be almost all mesh or no mesh, no in between, SO I bought your product again. Dec 24, 2013
Rich F: Features seemed to fit riding in the pacific northwest. Good value. Dec 23, 2013
Lars N: A friend of mine wears the Olympia Airglide 3. It appears to be exceptionally well made, and fits me well. The CE rated back protector is a huge upgrade over what many jackets include by default. Dec 10, 2013
Eric B: Excellent reviews, good multi-season use, preferred high-vis option Nov 5, 2013
gary w: quality and 4 season comfort Nov 3, 2013
Mike H: Great 3 season riding jacket for the mid-atlantic region! Oct 19, 2013
Ralph G: After watching the review and doing some research, I settled on this as a good multi-season jacket because of its two removable liners (one waterproof and one thermal). Summers are HOT and HUMID here in TN so I definitely wanted a mesh outer shell. It flows air great. Oct 3, 2013
P C: H viz jacket loaded with features like 3 layers and rated back armor Sep 24, 2013
Glenn R: Video convinced me that it would meet my needs best. Sep 9, 2013
Bruce B: I tried it on in a local dealership. They didn't have my size. It seemed like excellent quality. Aug 29, 2013
John H: Wanted a step up from my tourmaster jacket, which I have had 3 years, and so far this Olympia Airglide 4 Jacket is not disappointing me. The extra cash seems to be worth it. Did have to go one size up to 3xl as the 2xl seemed tight in the chest area. Aug 11, 2013
Daniel H asked: What CE level 2 back protectors will fit the jacket? Prefer to not have to modify the armor, but will trim if necessary. Apr 9, 2014
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Nicolas S: Good question. I don't have an answer. I haven't looked into it, but now that I'm riding more off-road I do want to upgrade the back armor. May have to call them directly. May 5, 2014
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NORMAND L: My dear Daniel,
I have no clue what you're talking about.
Real sorry
Apr 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: I recently purchased this jacket in a size M, and although I'm very happy with the look, fit, and material of the jacket itself, I'm thinking I might want to upgrade the armor for something a little less bulky/clunky than the foam inserts that it comes with. Has anyone else purchased this jacket and swapped out the armor in it for something that's a little more form fitting and lower profile? May 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: Size wise how does it measure up to tourmaster, I have a 5 year old XL that fits well ,are sizes pretty standard ? Thanks Aug 12, 2013
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William S: I am 6'0" and 200 lbs. A bit broad in the shoulders (always have trouble fitting suits). I have a Lg Firstgear mesh jacket and a 2XL Revit cheyenne (?) suit. I went with a large in the Airglide. Both the Firstgear and the Airglide fit perfect as shells, which is what I wanted them for. They are OK with the wind/rain liner in and are a little snug with the thermal layer. The revit is my cold weather gear. With everything in, it fits great but I could never wear it as just a shell.
As always, it is a compromise. Buy a little bigger and you could ride it later in the season. The airglide is toasty with both the liners in. But, it will be a bit baggy when the temp climbs. Hope this helps.
Aug 13, 2013
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Randy E: While I dont have a Tourmaster to compair size with, I bought a size large Airglide 4 in June. I normally wear a size 42 in jackets and the large Airglide 4 is perfect. The sleves are long enough while on the bike, and the side snaps / sleeve straps adjust respective girth depending on which liner is being used. In the heat I wear the mesh outer over a LS Heatgear shirt and when it gets cold I wear both liners over the LS Coldgear Mock-T. I would describe Olympia Jackets (I also have an AST2) as "American Standard Sizes"; they are more comfortable than slim cut European sizes. Aug 12, 2013
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lee h: Can not compare with Tourmaster as this is my first jacket. I wear a 36 regular sport jacket. I am 5'9 130 lbs. I bought the Olympia 4 small + the Olympia 3 pants size 30. The jacket with all 3 pieces fits fantastics with sufficient room for a shirt under and wear the pants with jeans. Have just the right amount of movement but not baggy. Love both jacket and pants. Plus the people at Revzilla are fantastic. Hope you enjoy and this helps. Aug 12, 2013
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Loren S: I don't have any experience with Tourmaster, but I was between sizes on the chart. My chest size said "LRG" but my arm/body length said "MED." Because others said this jacket was "American cut", I went with the MED. Fits beautifully. I gets a bit snug when I have all layers, jacket, rain, and thermal, but so do my other jackets once I get layered up. A wonderful jacket for summer riding. Aug 12, 2013
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Jittawadee M: Yes, I would say the sizes are pretty standard for The US market. Thus, an XL should be close to what you would expect.

It's been awhile since I bought the jacket so I don't recall exactly but it seems to me they had a chart or something to help match the proper size to your measurements.
Aug 13, 2013
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keith p: i would say that yes, the air glide is pretty standard in size and a hot item aesthetically. i purchased the air glide 4 with the latest black and neon approach. Very sweet stroll through the interstate letting the "four wheelers" know in advance that you intend to keep it safe! Aug 12, 2013
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david h: I dont have any tourmaster gear but the olympia sizes seem pretty standard but the sleeves might be slighty shorter. I am an XL also with a 44 inch chest, 6'3"/215. I ended up getting XXL because of my monkey arms. All of my non-moto jackets are XL. Aug 12, 2013
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Juan Ramón B: Well i think it should fit well but for me it fit niche with all of the two liners( thermal and windbreaker) but with out them i think feels a little loose. I suposed to be a medium size and im not so tall. So in general it fit well. Aug 12, 2013
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Michael M: My 7 year old Cortech jacket was a 2xl, my new Oly Air 4 is a 3xl. I feel that my two jackets are pretty close in how they wear. So you may want to bump the size especially if you plan on using all three layers. Aug 13, 2013
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Nathan S: Can't comment on the tourmaster. I have the X Moto jacket that fits great. Just to HOT for Florida. This is why i went with this coat. Loving it so far. From my two coats i say size is the same. Aug 12, 2013
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Melissa G: I'm not sure I can help because I've never owned a Tourmaster jacket, but I can say the Olympia Airglide 4 fits true to size. Aug 12, 2013
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WILLIAM M: Yes, sizes are pretty standard for the same model, be aware if there is a new model similar I mean works good Aug 13, 2013
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John H: I had to go one size up from tour master to olympia. 2xl tourmaster was 3xl olympia for me. Aug 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can you wear the outerjacket with the thermal liner only or with the waterproof liner only or do you have to wear water proof liner if you want the thermal liner? Oct 5, 2013
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Myron G: There is no zipper on the thermal liner that allows you to zip up the front of the liner. After trying it out just a minute ago, the only way that I see to zip it is to install it into the wind breaker/waterproof liner and use that front zipper to close things up.

Sorry. Wish I had a better answer. Sounds like you want the thermal liner to be stand alone like the windbreaker is. It's not designed that way.
Oct 5, 2013
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Jittawadee M: The jacket can be worn with either the waterproof liner or the thermal liner. If you want to use the jacket with both at the same time you first zip the waterproof liner into the jacket and then zip the thermal liner into the waterproof liner. Otherwise just select the liner of choice and zip it into the outer jacket.

Also keep in mind the waterproof liner (aka inner jacket) can also be worn as a light jacket on its own -- what we used to call a windbreaker. Or, you could add more cold protection and zip the thermal liner into it.

Once again a fantastic product with a lot of thought put into the design.
Oct 5, 2013
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NORMAND L: The thermal liner only attaches to the waterproof liner and does no zip up with the jacket. You could wear only the thermal liner underneath the jacket without the waterproof liner but I believe it would be useless as the thermal liner does not protect the next but the waterproof liner does. You can wear the jacket with only the waterproof liner. I hope this clarifies your quetionning. Oct 19, 2013
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Thomas B: Yes you can wear it one piece at a time of both at the same time.
Note: I live in Las Vegas the temp in the upper 90's. They went to the Grand Canyon where in the AM it was 42. The water proof liner and thermal both in made it a very nice ride. It is a good fit for me in Las VEgas where this jacket and my Grebin heated gear covers me all year long.
Thank for the question.
Oct 5, 2013
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lee h: You do not need to wear rain liner to use thermal liner,use can use all,or which ever with outer shell. Also,the thermal and the rain jackets can be used nicely without the outer jacket . Extremely versatile combo. Love both the jacket and pants. I live on an island in Mexico, and the air flow is excellent . Hope that helps, ride safe. Lee Oct 6, 2013
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A s: You can wear all three individually or together. Warmer weather, just wear the actual jacket, I wear it in 80+ weather without the liners. Colder weather , I wear all three. I keep the waterproof liner in my seat with my rain pants just in case! Oct 6, 2013
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Coy B: I have worn my jacket with the thermal liner only. I think it could use another snap or two to secure it better to the jacket but for me it's not a big issue. didn't have any real problem wearing it this way. Hope the info helps!! Oct 28, 2013
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NORMAND L: Correction: The thermal liner DOES zip up to the jacket without the waterproof liner but I still think it is quite useless as it does not zip up in the front and allows air to reach your body. sorry for the false info. Oct 19, 2013
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Kenneth S: They can be worn in any combination Outer jacket with waterproof liner, Outer jacket with thermal, or Outer jacket and both liners Oct 5, 2013
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Gary N: You can wear either one independently or all together. I usually keep the thermal liner on my bike to zip in when it cools down. Oct 5, 2013
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Jim C: The thermal liner could probably be worn without the waterproof liner, but I don't believe it would be very effective. The thermal liner has a single snap at the top of each szpper that only snaps to the waterproof liner after zipping it to the water proof liner. Plus so much air moves through the Airglide that without the wind breaking function of the waterproof liner it would not provide much warmth. Also, the windproof liner is what sips together in the front when the thermal liner is in place. The thermal liner just has a weather flap that overlaps under the zipper. Great jacket. Easily covers three seasons. Like not having a jacket in the summer with all liners out. Oct 6, 2013
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A shopper asked: Getting confused on which size to order for the Airglide 4.
I am 5'8;; 200 lbs , stocky but not round.
Would the large size be the best option?
Sep 1, 2013
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Tom C: I would suggest that you try a XL. I'm 6' and overweight at 250 with a bit of a belly and I bought a 3XL and it works well for me. I'd suggest that you try that first and if it is too big go smaller. The good thing is that Zilla ships quickly and you receive it within a few days.....or at least i do because I'm in southern Maryland. With their no hassle returns, you can't go wrong in my opinion.
Hope it helps.
Sep 26, 2013
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Terry D: If I were you I would go for the large. I'm 5' 11 , 185. I can just get the medium zipped and buttoned around my waist comfortably.If I were any larger, I'd have to have a large. Sep 25, 2013
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Randy E: I am 5'7" and weigh 165 pounds. I'm wearing an Airglide 4 size large. It is a little loose with the liners out and just right with the liners in, over a coldgear shirt. Sep 25, 2013
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Dan F: I am about the same size and found the X-Large to snug with the liners in.
I feel these are sized smaller.
My tourmaster Large fits Fine.
Sep 26, 2013
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William C: Probably. I'm 6'3" and 220 and the XL fits a tad big on me which is perfect when you add the liners and an electric vest. Sep 25, 2013
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Gary H: I would have to guess that an X-large would be better. I'm 5'10" and weigh 205 and the X-Large is a perfect fit. Sep 25, 2013
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Patrick Z: I am 6'2" and 275 and ware a 3x in a regular jacket and the Airglide runs true to size Sep 25, 2013
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Juan Ramón B: I think the large size is the one for you but try the XL Sep 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi,
Im 6 foot 2 and weigh 190 punds. Would I get a large or XL?
Aug 4, 2014
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Tom S: I am 5'10", 215 lbs. , with a gut. I should weigh 180-185. The jacket fits fine in shoulders. Arms a little long. Still have room in mid section but just so. The weight is coming off slowly so jacket is fitting better. I have xl. I like the size because I will put wind proof fleece under instead of their liners. I wear rain gear over when needed. I feel the adjustment straps will make fit perfect. Just got back from 2500 mile run thru ma. , down to va. Up Delaware , Maryland to nj, montauk Long Island back to Gloucester ma. Rain storms ( Olympia rain jacket and pants) and sun alike all worked very well. Aug 4, 2014
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Michael D: I am 5' 10" and weigh 170 (athletic build) — I ordered a Medium and it fits well. I don't like my jackets to bunch up around the neck area while seated. With both liners in (rain and thermal) it fits snug, but certainly not tight. I plan to use as summer weight, both liners out, and it is perfect. I'd go with Large first -- are sills has stupid simple return policy if you're not happy with size. Aug 4, 2014
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Loren S: The gent in the demo tape is 6' and 195# with 40" chest and has plenty of room in a Lg. I am only 5'6" and 175#, wide shoulders and a 42" chest. I went back and forth , Med or Lg. Because it was "American cut", I went with a Med. I fits wonderfully unless I have the thermal liner. Then it is a bit snug, but I love this jacket and believe that a Lg would have been a bit too large. Good luck! Aug 4, 2014
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Stephen M: I'm 6' 2" as well, but a bit "rounder" at 225lbs. I went with a XXL and am very happy with the sizing, if I got any smaller with the liners in it would have been uncomfortable. As long as you don't ride in it, RevZilla will let you exchange it if the size isn't just the way you want it! Good luck! Aug 4, 2014
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keith p: The Airglide series is a pretty solid fit across the board . If you can have a chat with the infamous "cat"( a salesperson at RevZilla ) I'm sure you can come a lot closer in determining size. She is pretty spot on with fitting and will accommodate your choice most admirably. Aug 4, 2014
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david h: I would pick the XL otherwise I bet the sleeves will be too short. I am 6'3, 210 (44" chest) and I got the XXL and the sleeves are just right. The body is a little big without the liners but with the liners in it looks perfect. Aug 4, 2014
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Jeff G: I'm 5'9" and 165 lbs and I wear a Large. I would guess the XL. Aug 4, 2014
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Brian S asked: Does this jacket have the loops in the back for attaching to pants via belt loop (ie, riding jeans)? I see that it has the zipper for attaching to Olympia pants, but some of their jackets also have loops...? Jan 3, 2014
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Conners W: There are two tabs that button into a loop form. One on each side of the zipper Don't know if the are made as belt loops. But you could certainly run a belt through them. They do snap button. Guess it would be possible for those snaps to unbutton. Those are the only loops available. Jan 3, 2014
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William S: I was going to answer this and then thought I should check for sure first. Much to my surprise, there are two loops attached to the zipper strip in the back. Hope that helps.
Jan 23, 2014
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Tom C: Brian, I just checked.....yes it does. one on each side of the zipper panel. each loop is approximately 3 inches long (loop) when snapped. hope it helps. Jan 3, 2014
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Loren S: One loop on each end of the zipper. Never used the loops, but love the jacket! Jan 3, 2014
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Randy E: Yes, it has belt loops and zipper for attaching to pants. Randy Jan 3, 2014
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Thomas B: Yes there are loops in the back. Easy to get to and use. Jan 3, 2014
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John H: Yes it has a zipper and loops. Jan 3, 2014
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Ahmed H asked: Hi There,

I have a 34" chest and would like to wear this over work clothes, would the 'small' size be appropriate for me?
Mar 15, 2014
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keith p: The Airglide 4 is a well thought out Jacket that offers great comfort on the open road as well as cruising the neighborhood. As per a very cool salesperson at Revziila by the name of "Kat" I was able to try on the medium as well as the small. She was instrumental in pointing out the perfect fit for the motorcycle as I was going for the relaxed "medium size" off the bike look. Turns out she was right ! This winter I've been wearing the thermal liner without the outer shell and I've been plenty warm. During the summer you'll obviously be enjoying the outer shell minus the liners which will have you appreciating the fit even more as it's just enough to zip open a few vent zippers and continue looking good en route.Enjoy Mar 16, 2014
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david h: I have a 44" chest and I have the 2XL jacket. I can fit a hoodie under my jacket with both liners in.
I would recommend getting the Med. if you plan on wearing anything more than a t-shirt under the jacket.
Mar 16, 2014
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Thomas B: Yes it should fit fine. As long as you are not talking a jacket as well. Regular shirts or polo shirt more than enough room. That is what I wear every day. Light jacket fits or a dress jacket will fit as well. Mar 15, 2014
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keith p: Fits true to size. Nice looking on and off the bike. Like to wear the thermal liners while out on the town just walking about. Not to be disappointed with this piece! Mar 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi, my measurements are: 5' 8.5'' tall, 36'' chest, 25'' sleeve (measured from shoulder to wrist), 162 pounds. Which is the right Olympia Airglide 4 jacket size for me? Thanks. Oct 8, 2013
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Tracy L: I would recommend giving Revzilla a call or send an email to them. Their staff can give you the best idea about that. I will say that my jacket is just wonderful. I hope enjoy yours as much! Oct 8, 2013
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Dan T: I'm about your exact size and I bought the Large..Its alittle big when not using the(inside) liner,but very comfortable,still
Plus,worse case they have a great return policy
Oct 8, 2013
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John M: Hi, I am 5'9, 160 pounds, and I bought a size small. It fits very good. Oct 8, 2013
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Terry S: Medium Oct 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: are the pocket zippers yakk also? I have an older jacket which has yakk main zippers but for pockets and inner lining it uses w&t zippers which did not hold up as well. Sep 29, 2014
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phillip t: Yes the zippers on pockets are w & t as well as the liner zipper . I and my wife have been wearing the air glide 4 high vis for 2 seasons now and love them we have had no issues with them. Sep 29, 2014
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Gary N: The main zipper is a ykk. The liner zippers are w&t. I have had this jacket over a year now and use the jacket with and without the liners with no problems with the zippers. Sep 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: On this jacket, which layers actually have the armor on them? Apr 26, 2013
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75Nort: Armor is in the outer shell. Back, elbows, and shoulders. May 8, 2013
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RevZilla: The armor in the Olympia Airglide 4 Jacket is located in the mesh lining which is sewed directly to the inner shell of the jacket. May 1, 2013
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A shopper asked: What is the sizing of the armor pieces in the jacket? I'm looking to upgrade to some D3O.

May 14, 2014
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Tom C: The shoulder armor is listed as a "Type B" its approximately 8" long by 6" wide and cupped to fit your shoulder. The back armor is about 18" x 7.5" and also listed as type b. The elbow pads are similar to the shoulder pads at 10" x 5.5 " and are cupped and tapered also. Hope this helps. May 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: sleeve length on a size MEDIUM? Mar 30, 2013
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RevZilla: In a size medium, the sleeve of the jacket measures approximately 25 inches from the shoulder seam. Apr 3, 2013
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Nick S asked: Hard to find info for us smaller guys. I'm 5'9", 145lbs. I'm right at the upper limit for the small. Better to go small on this or should I opt for the Medium? Thanks in advance. Oct 19, 2013
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Jesse T: Nick, I am on the edge between the medium and large and went with the large. Glad I did. Rarely as I aged have I become smaller. Hope this helps, Jesse Oct 21, 2013
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Brian M: Hi Nick. I'm 5'7', 135lbs. If you can, I would measure your chest with some string and a tape measure, that would be the best indication.

I ordered the small. It fits me well, not too big. This leads me to thinking medium might be best for you. Either way, it's worth paying any small return fee to make sure you have the best fitting jacket. It's not the most protective, but it's a decent compromise (esp. off-road biased riding), and it should last you quite a while so it's important that it can adjust a little if you change sizes (add/lose fat/muscle).

I had previously ordered a medium Airglide 3 for my dad (5'6" 145lbs). He has very large shoulders (surfer) and finds my jacket far too constricting. I'd used the medium for a few DS events before, it adjusted to fit enough to be quite comfortable, despite the increased size. Had it been cooler, I would have taken out the so-so Olympia pads and worn my proper, albeit bulky, full suit of armor underneath. One of the benefits to a slightly larger jacket.
Oct 22, 2013
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Jason H: Nick S,

I hear you loud and clear: I'm 5'7", 135 lbs. I bought this jacket in a small in May, and I love it. I called Olympia Moto Sports before I placed my order. Without missing a beat, the guy I talked to advised the small. If you're concerned that you might be on the borderline, I suggest you call Olympia to ask. I think you'd be good with the small. The great thing about RevZilla is that you could exchange for free if you were to decide a medium would be better.

Again, this is a great jacket. I haven't worn it in cold temps yet, but for the summer I liked it a lot.

Good luck and ride safe,
Oct 22, 2013
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Kenneth L: I am 5'8, 165 lb, and tried both the medium and large. My shoulders are on the large side so I frequently have problems with clothes being too tight in the armpit. The medium was a little snug for me with both liners on so I got the large . It is a little loose and long but that is how I like my clothes in general and I've had no problems with it. I had an extra sweater on this weekend and the medium definitely would have felt tight. Glad I got the large, so I am guessing the medium would work for you. Oct 22, 2013
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Nigel S: Hi Nick. I'm 5' 10" and 195lbs (used to be 155 many years ago). My LARGE Airglide jacket fits perfectly across my shoulders. Sleeve length is perfect too. Elasticated waist is a little tight (I'm size 36) but manageable (need to shed a few pounds). I think a MEDIUM for you is the way to go, possibly even a LARGE. Revzilla has a great return policy if you find you need a different size. Nigel Oct 21, 2013
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John H: Nick, Hard for me to say on the small size, I thought I needed 2xl but 3xl was the size that fit me. If you plan wearing layers underneath I would go a little bigger. I had to send my back and Revzilla made it easy just had to wait 3 or 4 more days to get it, don't take the tags off and don't wear it on the road and you should have no issues exchanging if need be.
Hope this Helps,
Oct 21, 2013
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David G: Nick, don't know how much I can help. I'm on the opposite end of the spectrum but, here goes : I normally wear 2X. But my Olympus is a 4X. I have definitely found most mc jackets to run at least one size too small. I would go for the medium, in my humble opinion.
Either way, Olympus makes first class stuff.
Oct 21, 2013
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Michael C: Hi, I am 5'10", 185lbs. I wear a Medium. Just a wee bit tight for me at the moment and it will fit much better when I lose the 25 lbs I am currently working on. I prefer a roomier fit to clothes in general however. Seems like a Medium would be a good choice for you, can always exchange it with the return policy. Mike C. Oct 22, 2013
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James F: First, I love this jacket. I'm an XL in everything and this jacket fits perfect. It has plenty of adjustment and if you are right on the line I would go with the medium rather than the small. It will give you room to wear something warmer underneath (if needed) and if not, you can always tighten things up. Oct 21, 2013
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jay M: I am 5-10 and weight 190. I chose a large. The fit changes as you put on the layers. So it is snug with both liners in. There are lots of adjustments when they are out however. It is a great jacket for all weather conditons. Oct 21, 2013
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Ted's N: I don't think you will regret a Medium... I usually wear XL shirts and the 3XL barely fits me, I should have gotten a 4XL. Oct 21, 2013
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David G: Nick, sorry...OLYMPIA!!!! My bad... Oct 21, 2013
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Jacket Size Guidelines
We suggest you use these size charts as a general guide. Variables in weight distribution and height may alter the appropriate size range indicated. As a general rule Olympia Jackets are designed in America, with an "American" body in mind. As such, you will find that Olympia tend to fit more generously than European brands (such as REV'IT!, Dainese, Alpinestars and Spidi). If you are in between sizes, we recommend to you to err on the smaller side.

Pant Sizing Guidelines
Olympia pants fit true to size. If you intend on using them as over pants, please go one size up.

Inseam Lengths
Olympia pants are cut with generous inseams to accommodate various riding positions. Olympia EZ hem bottoms (can be hemmed up to six inches) and adjustable knee armor help riders achieve a custom fit

Olympia Men's Jackets / 1 Piece Suits

Alpha Size Suit Size Height Weight
SM  34-36 5'3"-5'9"   120-150
MD  38-40 5'3"-5'10"  150-170
LG  42-44 5'6"-6'1"  170-190
XL  46-48 5'8"-6'2"  190-210
2XL  50-52 5'9"-6'3"  210-230
3XL  54-56 5'11"-6'4"  220-250
4XL  58-60 6'-6'5"  240-285

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

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