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Olympia AST 2 Jacket

The Olympia All Seasons Touring jacket  functions year round in all weather conditions. Wet and stormy rides are no match for the AST’S coated Cordura® shell and waterproof/breathable seam sealed membrane. For added weather protection, this jacket also includes five waterproof exterior pockets. For warm weather rides the AST offers our exclusive AVS shoulder to forearm and torso venting system. This system offers special water-tight zippers that when open, create major air flow directly to a riders body. For maximum comfort during cold weather rides the AST is also equipped with a stylish Thermolite® insulated liner jacket.

Features

  • Outer shell constructed in coated 500 and 2000 denier Cordura® fabric
  • Waterproof/breathable membrane adds double waterproof protection
  • Thermolite® insulated liner jacket
  • Airflow Ventilation System at chest arms and back
  • Slide buckle straps at chest pocket vents create adjustable air flow
  • Double storm placket front closure
  • Removable CE 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
  • Full circumference neoprene collar insert
  • 3M Scotchlite® reflective piping at front, sides and back
  • Six storage pockets

AVS Venting System

  • Fold up pocket flaps with lock down slide buckle straps create adjustable air flow
  • Shoulder to forearm venting system creates maximum airflow
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Olympia AST 2 Jacket 4.6 5 127 127
Great jacket, great price. Everything about this jacket works right. It keeps you warm when you want to be warm & dry, and it keeps you cool when you want to be cool. The fit is fantastic. There's plenty of flexibility in the arms when reaching down to the handlebars. The armor is comfortable, and it's just a great product. April 7, 2014
Excellent buy for a year 'round rider I purchased this jacket as a replacement for a 50,000 mile Tourmaster that had been to the Arctic Circle and back. I'm a daily commuter, rain or shine, and one of my requirements was that the jacket have a waterproof outer shell, and not merely rely upon a waterproof liner. I can attest that this is thoroughly a waterproof garment. I am impressed with the detail on the jacket, the storage capacity, and the features. The collar area took a little bit of adjustment and getting used to, however it is now very comfortable and I don't even notice it. It's unfortunate that, from my understanding, there are no more of these jackets available as in my opinion, it's one of the best values in the marketplace. As far as dealing with RZ? Tops in the business, as always! March 24, 2014
Fabulous Product at a great Price I really should have gone for a XL in size but went for a LG instead and it fits great. Very happy with the purchase and I was a little worried it would be the wrong size. As I'm in Busselton Western Australia. The Package arrived promptly and I must say I'm delighted with the product. March 24, 2014
Best 4 Seasons jacket I've tried So many features! Vented like crazy for a water proof jacket. Should prove to be durable, though I hope to never test all the padding inside. March 17, 2014
warm warm warm I rode in this jacket in ~40 degree weather, and was perfectly warm. It fits true to size, and looks very well made. The Velcro at the collar sticks in my beard, but that's more to do with my beard than with the jacket. In short - it's great! March 9, 2014
If you ride in all kinds of weather and temperatures, this is the way to go. Not as stylish as leather, but much more practical for an extended trip. If you ride in all kinds of weather and temperatures, this is the way to go. Not as stylish as leather, but much more practical for an extended trip. Especially if you will travel through varied climate conditions. Save your leather for good weather trips. This is a much better way to dress for rain, sun, and cold. Plus it has some armor in key locations. March 3, 2014
Amazing jacket especially for the closeout price I ordered an XL before Christmas based on the sizing chart. I normally wear no bigger than a L in any brand. Turns out the sizing chart is insane because the thing is gigantic on me. I was on the fence for a while and decided too late to return it, so I took to ebay and finally found a size L and I am selling my XL. Even the L is a little too big, but it is manageable. I am 5'11" / 215. The touring features on this jacket are incredible, the quality is very good, and the jacket has kept me warm at 45 degrees with nothing but a t-shirt underneath. With a few more layers, this jacket could go polar. I haven't tried it in the rain yet, but I have no doubts it would be fine. February 24, 2014
Such Waterproofing, Very Jacket, Much Airflow This jacket is top doge when it comes to bang for the buck. I ordered an XL because they were out of large. I have a big beer belly and love handles, but my arms are short, so it fits great in the stomach area, but the arms are a bit long and all the extra fabric makes turning my head a little bit difficult if I don't spend a good 15 minutes adjusting things before I get on the bike. Also, with my Shoei RF1100 it's very hard to turn my head far enough to the left and right. The shoulder pads block my helmet from turning any further. I have good mirrors and the view width is good enough on the Shoei for me to still be safe. It would be nice to have velcro shoulder straps for tightening the shoulder armor down to allow more freedom of movement for my head. February 20, 2014
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Joel D: Cold, wet weather protection. Apr 8, 2014
Barry C: Read and listened to reviews. Seemed to be a good buy. In fact even the small size was to big. Leaked at the vents. Collar a poor fit and uncomfortable. If your under 75kg, this is not the jacket for you. Apr 7, 2014
Albert S: Needed a good jacket to ride in colder weather. The reviews helped me to decide on this jacket Mar 28, 2014
James M: because the alpinestars cape town air drystar I first bought was too small. Mar 27, 2014
Ron W: great reviews on your site. Mar 17, 2014
Kurt S: I really wanted the high vis or pewter version of this jacket, but you are sold out of those in Xl size already. This is my third alternate and I have to be satisfied with that. Later and more expensive jackets don't have this simple style that I am looking for. If for any reason you guys can scrape up even a used version of this jacket in XL in yellow or pewter, please let me know and make that substitution!

Kurt Suleski
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Jan 26, 2014
Craig L: Was on sale and is a great jacket Jan 26, 2014
Douglas F: didn't Jan 25, 2014
Paul C: I read several reviews for this jacket and for the money and "my needs" I could not find a better value. Jan 21, 2014
Russell B: I have found Olympia to be high quality gear at a good price. I wanted a winter jacket with lots of hi-viz, not just little strips of it. Jan 19, 2014
donn c: The single reason I bought this jacket is that I find Revzilla's reviews by Anthony to be the most accurate, well-prepared and honest productions of any motorcycle supply store with an on-line presence. All of the features and benefits of each item are clearly articulated without a bit of hype and where some aspect may benefit from comparison with higher priced or lower priced items, Anthony does a great job explaining it. Jan 6, 2014
Brad P: Olympia gear is great as I already own the Airglide for the street. I was looking for the AST 2 in the Blue but settled on my second choice of Pewter/Black for a trip to the Arctic this summer. The pricing was also great on this jacket. Jan 3, 2014
Christopher R: Revzilla Product Guides. They are what sold me on this jacket! Very detailed and informative! Keep up the great job! Dec 29, 2013
Ray B: Great Value and I like the Features of the Olympia Jacket Dec 23, 2013
Raul B: Needed a jacket that was water proof and able to vent during hotter riding days. This jacket was what I need. Have been riding in rain with not leaks and in temps around 30 and this jacket has performed without any issues. Dec 5, 2013
MArtin S: Great closeout deal. good reviews. Dec 4, 2013
Curt R: Price!! Have been looking at this jacket for a while, seems to be exactly what I've been looking for! Need the pants too... on my Christmas list! Dec 2, 2013
Mike L: Needed a warmer jacket for cooler to colder riding than my Olympia Airglide 4. Very happy with the Olympia products I own so I thought I would add another Olympia product to pair with my Olympia pants. Nov 29, 2013
William B: I already own the Olympia Switchback jacket and it is an excellent coat. I wanted something for colder weather and I just couldn't pass up your closeout pricing on the AST 2. I know it will fit right and be a high quality coat that will last for a long time. Nov 28, 2013
Paul V: recomendation of a friend. Nov 23, 2013
Earl S: I have been looking at this brand of jacket for a while. This is a very good price for this jacket, no shipping charges and no restock fee if I need a different size. That is very attractive to a customer. Plus, the jacket matches my blue triumph trophy SE. Nov 20, 2013
Barry D: This is my 3rd Olympia jacket. They fit me like they were custom-tailored for me. Excellent quality, great features and a tremendous value. I plan on riding through winter this year and the AST-2 will allow me to do that. Nov 20, 2013
Darren G: Needed a multipurpose jacket which was waterproof, breathable,and would meet my Northwest 4 season needs. Nov 17, 2013
Alec K: American made, appears to be great for winter weather, Hi-Vis, reasonable price Nov 16, 2013
John M: Praise from other adventure riders Nov 16, 2013
John G: Needed better rain protection than my Cortech jacket provides.The AST-2 is longer, and has a bunch of pockets. Plus a great liner to keep me warm on these brutal Florida winter nights (bah hah .) Really, though. I needed more pockets and a longer jacket.. Nov 15, 2013
Jim M: Hi viz, sized to fit Americans, not skinny Europeans. (I won't mention Alpinestars...) Nov 14, 2013
Aaron E: I looked at everything from the Firstgear Jaunt and Tourmaster Transition up to Klim and Aerostich gear and even Rukka, I just have a hard time spending that much money on something I only expect to wear 3-4 months of the year and have a hard time believing a jacket could have almost a thousand dollar improvement over this one. The AST 2 seemed like the best balance to me. Overall it's reviewed as warm and waterproof by most. I will be using this in 20-40*F temps for my commute of almost 1hr. Nov 13, 2013
Dustin F: After I lost my car, I didn't have the funds to get a new one. As an alternative I bought a motor bike to ride to and from work year-round. I need gear I can wear in the winter and all forms of weather in addition to protection since I live in the city. This seem to fit the bill. Nov 12, 2013
Ken F: purchased Olympia jacket earlier this year for wife and she loves it Nov 9, 2013
J B: I have gone to all Olympia riding gear, it is great gear for the price, I find it very comfortable. Nov 9, 2013
Catherine M: Bought the Air jacket 2 years ago, happy with construction and color; people seem to notice in traffic. Really like the idea of no liners to stay dry in this one. ...And the sale price? The treasurer didn't wrinkle her nose at this one as much as the KLIM offerings. Mom's happy, ...now I'm happy. Nov 6, 2013
Reginald C: Convenience...price...free shipping...return policy...service rep...all very positive!!! Nov 1, 2013
Ryan J: The jacket had a CE back protector and CE shoulder/elbow protection Oct 24, 2013
Jeffrey S: Olympia provides great features and quality. There is alot of value here. The hi-Viz colors mean cagers no longer pull out in front of me...at least not for not seeing me!!! Oct 2, 2013
Dwight M: gift for my son. very nice warm dry jacket Sep 30, 2013
Todd F: I purchased this AST 2 to replace an AST 2 I crashed in. Since I needed a new cool season jacket I shopped around for awhile. I never found a jacket I liked the fit, features, and value of more. (My first AST 2 jacket performed very well in a low side crash) Sep 25, 2013
M A: This product meets my needs for longer trips motorcycle . Thank you. Aug 27, 2013
Stephany M asked: I want a winter jacket that I can wear over my new Powerlet Heated Liner. I am built pretty much like a guy (larger and wider shoulders than most women and no waist) so I tend to buy guys' jackets and shirts. I am pretty much a men's medium in my previous motorcycle jackets. I am wondering two things before I buy this jacket: 1. What are the significant differences between the men's and women's AST2 jacket; and 2. Would a men's medium be too large for me? (chest 40; waist 35; height 5'4"; wt 150 lbs.) Sep 30, 2013
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Joseph S: I can't answer your first question. As for the 2nd question, the AST2 seems to be sized for an American male, unlike Revits for example, which are sized for Europeans and are much slimmer around the chest and the middle and shorter in the sleeves and overall length. I am 6' 1.5", 225 lbs., 44 chest, 36" sleeve, 17" neck and 38" waist and the AST2 in XL fits me perfectly with room for layers underneath. So if you're used to buying US male sizes in regular clothes and a medium fits you well, I would think that a medium AST2 would work for you. My only caveat is if you're used to wearing a mens medium only in other motorcycle jackets, you need to consider the make of those jackets because in my experience, jackets of one size in one brand fit very differently than a jacket of the same size in another brand. Oct 1, 2013
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David B: Hi Stephany,

I think you will find the Medium the correct size for you, I use a large and it's perfect with a 44 chest at 6'0" tall @ 180#, and 32 waist (and it's roomy there). I do not have enough information specifically about the women's sizing unless its European measurement/sizing, they tend to cut the dimensions more precisely than in the US, so it would conform to chest size more specific to a woman versus a mans dimensions.

Hope is helpful, I love my jacket and didn't have to pay the price for a Rev'It that I was looking at. I also have the pants and they perform very will. The jacket strikes a pretty good balance for hot summer use with the vents and liner out, but I have opted for a more open mesh for summer use.

Take care,
Dave
Oct 1, 2013
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Thomas K B: I found my large AST-2 to fit true to size. I did find that the sleeves felt a little binding over my full Gerbings liner. My guess is the ladies AST is slightly more tailored which might cause the same issue for you. My gut says go with the men's medium.
P.S. I love my jacket. Handled everything Mother Nature threw at me over a six week cross country, 9,000 mile tour this summer. Excellent jacket for all seasons.
Oct 1, 2013
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Charles H: I can't tell you the difference between the men's and women's, but I can tell you about mine. I have a 44" chest, 34' waist, 6'2", 200 lbs and am a dude. I wear a large and with the liner installed I can wear a sweater comfortably underneath. With that being said the AST-2 is more of a tri-season jacket than a winter jacket. Personally, that is what I love about it. Hope this helps. Oct 1, 2013
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James T: This may be of litttle help, but I have always used a larger in such winter jackets, and this Olympia feels just the same, as if true to size. So if you used a Men's medium before, go with the same size here. It's a very well made, well designed and comfortable jacket. Oct 1, 2013
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james n: Just check the sleeve length. The beaity of this jacket is it is able to be "tailored" in the arms and waist. A heated liner or vest would work for me, so I would bet it would also do well for you. Hope that helps Oct 2, 2013
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FERNANDO R: You should purchase size S. This Jacket is very large. Good Choice. Oct 2, 2013
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A shopper asked: Watching the video covering Rev'it's Cayenne Pro jacket, they tout it could handle very cold weather; Alaska cold weather. I ride year round and will ride in the low 20s. Will the Olympia AST 2 jacket also handle similar temperatures? I know it is subjective as to how cold one finds tolerable. I am just looking to find what will meet my needs. Jul 5, 2012
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TriumphGuy: Cold weather riding comfort is a factor of speed and time due to the wind chill. Also how much wind protection you have from the bike is a huge factor in comfort so it is hard to give definitive answers in this area.

When exposed to direct air flow the AST vents leak a little cold air when closed. This is only really noticeable below ~45F at highway speeds or at slightly warmer temps without the liner. I wear mine down to 30F with a heated jacket liner under the standard heated liner but without a heated liner I would say the cold comfort limit is 45F (similar to other jackets in this category). I don't believe any jacket is going to be comfortable in the low 20's without a heated liner.
Jul 26, 2012
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CowboyBilly: In my view, probably not. Get the jacket with enough extra room for lots of extra garments. I've found that when it's really cold, anything below freezing, the cold seems to come through and press right against my chest and the roads are not longer trustworthy for keeping the wheels in the down position. May 6, 2013
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Alex T: I have ridden down to 5F with this jacket, the insulated liner, and a Gerbings heated liner. I ride a Triumph Scrambler and use a small windshield in the winter. You'll need heated gear to ride comfortably for any extended length of time in those temperatures regardless of what jacket you buy. Dec 30, 2013
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Spramn: Yes it is warm, but not waterproof Nov 4, 2012
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A shopper asked: I think the small but would it be too short? Jul 13, 2011
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David R.: The small would be too short, but I am only 6'1" and weigh 215 so I wear a 2X. At 6'11" and 135 you probably just need a sleeve. Jul 13, 2011
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TriumphGuy: Olympia don't make gear in tall sizes. I think you would do better in your case to look at products that come in tall sizes. Jul 26, 2012
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250rer: oops, I meant to put 5'11' and 135 lbs...sorry Jul 13, 2011
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A shopper asked: Does anyone have a recommedation for riding pants that would compliment this jacket well? Oct 22, 2013
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Patrick A: The Olympia X-Moto pant works well with the AST-2 Jacket. I find it makes a good fit in most conditions, and have worn this pair in everything from 100 degree dry heat to freezing rain/hail/snow. The X-Motos are better suited to warm weather than the AST-2, especially with the zip-down thigh panels. I do not use the liners in the X-Motos. Oct 22, 2013
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René L: Hi, last year I bought the Olympia AST 2 jacket I'm really satisfayed and now I'll bought the Olympia Ranger pant that compliment this jacket. I proved this pant, and I was looked for other trade mark before take a desition, I think Olympia Ranger pant is the best quality like the jacket. Oct 22, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is this product made in the USA??? Mar 13, 2012
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TriumphGuy: I believe Olympia is a US based company that designs its gear in the US and out sources manufacturing to China. May 26, 2012
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RevZilla: The Olympia AST 2 Jacket is manufactured in China. May 2, 2012
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A shopper asked: Hi, does this jacket have a place to put chest protector insert? Oct 7, 2013
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Richard F: It does not have a place for a chest protector insert. Oct 8, 2013
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Stuart S asked: Does anyone make D3O armour that will fit this jacket? My spouse has a First Gear and I'm in awe of how soft and pliable her armour is in her jacket. I'd like to update the armour if possible. Aug 24, 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 then 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.

Click here to see the full Olympia Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Pewter / 2XL 760314 MJ201P-2XL Out of Stock
Pewter / 3XL 760315 MJ201P-3XL Out of Stock
Pewter / 4XL 760316 MJ201P-4XL Out of Stock
Pewter / LG 760317 MJ201P-L Out of Stock
Pewter / MD 760318 MJ201P-M Out of Stock
Pewter / SM 760319 MJ201P-S Out of Stock
Pewter / XL 760320 MJ201P-XL Out of Stock
Blue / 2XL 760307 MJ201C-2xl Out of Stock
Blue / 3XL 760308 MJ201C-3XL Out of Stock
Blue / LG 760310 MJ201C-L Out of Stock
Blue / MD 760311 MJ201C-M Out of Stock
Blue / SM 760312 MJ201C-S Out of Stock
Blue / XL 760313 MJ201C-XL Out of Stock