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Olympia Dakar Jacket

Equally suited for on and off road adventures, Olympia’s Dakar Dual Sport jacket delivers the ultimate in multi-season riding comfort. Equipped with a sporty two stage, wind and waterproof, Thermolite insulated liner jacket, this style delivers true multi season riding comfort. It’s unique "Three Layer Systems Design” allows you to customize its function by simply adding or removing appropriate layers as needed.

Layer One - Consists of a rugged outer shell cut in authentic Cordura nylon with ballistic mesh panels for maximum airflow and superior abrasion resistance. Two flap covered chest pockets plus two zip flap lower cargo pockets and a waterproof back pocket offer multiple storage options. For added safety in low light situations, 3M Scotchlite reflective material is located at the chest, shoulders, collar and back.

Layer Two - Consists of a sporty two stage waterproof breathable liner jacket cut in rugged rip stop nylon and features mandarin style knit trim collar, two waterproof zipper pockets plus an interior cell phone pocket. Forget having to stow away extra personal gear as this liner pulls double duty as functional sportswear.

Layer Three - Consists of a removable thermal layer with authentic Thermolite insulation. This zip in, zip out feature insures multi-season riding comfort through a wide range of temperatures and weather conditions.

Features:

  • 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
  • Eight storage pockets plus zippered waterproof  back pocket

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Olympia Dakar Dual Sport Jacket 4.6 5 20 20
Excellent full function 4 season riding jacket for reasonable price This Olympia Dakar jacket fit my needs in all respects. I'm 6'-5" with medium build and long arms and legs. After trying jackets and pants by 4 different makers, Revzilla gear gurus recommended Olympia and I'm now all set. This jacket is longer in the torso than any others I tried and the arms are long enough to stay at my wrists. The many functional features of this jacket include cinch straps at the elbows that not only position elbow armor where it needs to be but also prevents sleeves from creeping upward. Ventilation is excellent for summer riding and it comes with both a zip-in thermal liner and a zip-in (or not if you choose) waterproof/windproof liner that has a breathable membrane. I've ridden in 90 deg weather without liners and 45 deg rainy weather with just the membrane liner and was dry and warm. I have found no negatives with this jacket, which is rare! Another plus with Olympia Moto Sports gear is that this US company is owned and operated by MC riders and Kevin, the owner and GM, makes himself available by phone or email to assist with sizing guidance or whatever you might need. I also purchased a pair of Olympia riding pants via Revzilla and together with this jacket I have no concern about riding comfortably in any weather short of frozen road conditions. July 21, 2014
I should of held out... I bought this jacket on a whim because my Rev It Sand jacket finally bit the dust. The zipper got crushed and disintegrated (which i still might look into fixing), it wasn't as water tight as it once was....etc. I was really hoping the Sand would of lasted me the rest of the season, at which point I was planning on getting the Sand 2. But sadly it wasn't so and I needed a jacket. The Sand 2 was out of my budget at the time and this Dakar looked good enough to buy. However once I received it, I found it pales in comparison to the Sand. First off the sizing. It's large is some area's and slim in others. The forearms are slender, which I like, but the upper arms are baggy. I had a Tourmaster jacket once and it too suffered from the sloppy upper arm fit. It must be an American sizing thing. The jacket overall fits ok, but I liked the Sand's torso adjustment better that was on the sides only. I feel like I'm wearing a belt around my stomach with the Dakar. Also I don't like the extra long tail of the jacket.. I'm 6'0" 220, avg build with a slightly long torso and I'm constantly sitting on the tail of the jacket on my GS. The collar velcro doesn't seem to hold well either. A few times already, when I turn my head to look left or right, the velcro lets go and the collar is flapping in the wind. Also the jacket alone, is VERY thin without the liners installed. It feels like a thin cordura windbreaker with armor. Even though the Sand was a lighter styled ADV jacket, the fabric felt thick and in the event of an off, It would last. The Dakar's fabric feels like, if I bin it on asphalt, I'll have about .0002 seconds before the fabric lets go. Next, I don't need to tell the world in big white and yellow letters that the jacket is Cordura running down the side. Or telling the car next to me the sleeve has 3M Scotchlite reflective patches and piping. Or the person behind me, that the large rear pocket is WATERPROOF. Functionality wise, it's hit and miss. It's VERY well ventilated. The liners are pretty good. The water/wind one kept me dry in a storm last week. I haven't tried out the thermal one yet. However, the thermal layer...well....stunk. When I got the jacket and took it out of the bag, the thermal layer kinda smelt like formaldehyde slightly. It better now, but still not gone. The jacket itself is fairly water resistant, but the non closing vents make sure you need to put in the wet liner if rain is suggested in the forecast. The pockets are a joke. There are tons of them, and 90% of them are USELESS as a ADV jacket. 90% of them are are ridiculously small, like the front zippered ones.....or the cell phone one. Or they are lined with the same interior mesh lining. An adventure type jacket should have large, sealed, weather resistant, tough pockets. For example, In my sand jacket, I always put my phone in the front pocket. I rode through tons of weather and the phone was always dry, They never tore, the flap secured everything in the pocket. With the Dakar, only things behind the wet liner are safe, I'm not even counting the silly large rear pocket that I'm constantly sitting on. The pocket linings are so thin , I'm afraid to put anything sharper than a quarter in them . My largest pet peeve with ANY type of gear is...excessively floating armor. From light commuting jackets, to my 1pc suits, floating armor drives me mad. The Sand's armor was tightly held in place. So every time I threw it on, the nicely designed armor always fell naturally into place. With the Dakar, I find myself sticking my hand down the other sleeve adjusting the rather bulky armor, every time I head out. When I use my Sena, I'm readjusting the left shoulder armor soon after. Overall it's not a horrible jacket and it gonna keep me riding through the rest of the season, but I personally should of held out for the Sand 2. But as an economic ADV jacket, its pretty decent. July 20, 2014
Great Jacket! I commute and do some ADV stuff. Needed a replacement for my Tourmaster Transition that was VERY long in the tooth. I bought this in Hi-Viz and have a new favorite! Great American Cut (as Anthony describes it), ventilation is amazing on my KLR. There is almost nothing to nit-pick on this coat. If you are looking for a great dual sport coat or something for commuting it is terrific. The only minor issue is that they made the waterproof pockets on the front WAY too small. About the only thing I can put in there are an extra set of ear plugs. Not sure what they designed these for because the non-waterproof chest pockets are GIANT! Revzilla shipping was lightning fast! (I think it arrived about 30 seconds before I finalized my order) And as always all of the videos are a huge help. Thanks Anthony and everyone else at RVZ for doing a terrific job! July 10, 2014
Great jacket The Good: This jacket fits true to form in my view. If you have a huge belly it may be a little snug, otherwise should be great. I'm 6'2" at about 245, 38W, 48L Jacket. An eddie bauer XL Tall tshirt is a perfect fit for me. I bought the 2XL and the sleeve length is spot on, along with the shoulder fit. I also don't feel like I'm wearing a girdle, which is good as I'm not into that scene. The pockets are great, and there are plenty of them. The airflow is great. I'm coming from using my other jacket that is not vented in the arms though, so YMMV. Any air on my arms makes me happy in 90 degree heat stuck in traffic. The neoprene neck is really comfortable and I've found I like that and the easy to grab pocket pulls and neck closure more and more. The jacket fits fine with or without the liners. I can't rate the liners more than that as it is hot and it hasn't rained much. They fit, they didn't try to kill me when I pulled them out, and they play nice with my other jacket in the closet. I have not crash tested this jacket, it does appear durable and up to at least one attempt, though I will leave that to others. The Bad: If I have the sleeve openings opened up they are very attracted to the front pockets. It is a minor irritation but they like to try to pull the pockets open if my arm grazes one. Also, and this may be my fat neck, but at times the rubber pull tab for the neck closure can rub my neck when pinned back and going at speed. Normally I just close the tab and its fine then. The Ugly: The armor is not the most breathable of items available. I have D3O Air armor on the way. It isn't horrible, but if you don't want to replace the armor get used to pulling at least the back pad out and washing it after a hot day. Otherwise, you are risking some locker room stank spreading to your clothes. Other Thoughts: I know another review stated you can't get a modern phone in the front pocket. I just put my Galaxy S5 in every pocket in the jacket. It was snug on the front zipper pocket but not impossible to fit. The only place it didn't fit right was the cell phone pocket on the inside breast. Normally I keep it in the zipper pocket in there anyway. Carrying stuff isn't going to be a problem. I don't like a lot of (any) branding on my gear, so I removed the front rubber badge and the sleeve marker for the 3m branded piping. The jacket is not quite as green as it seems on screen, but does have a green tint in the sunlight. 2012 Triumph Tiger 800XC 1992 Honda Nighthawk 750 July 1, 2014
You get what you pay for with Olympia This jacket is made with high quality materials. I am 6'2", 34" waist, 44L coat, athletic build and I purchased a large. The jacket fits nice and the features are nice. I enjoy having the small pockets in front. I put my wallet, phone and keys in there. The dry pocket across the back has comes in really handy when it starts to rain. The layers are easy to put together and take out. I have owned jackets with snaps that hold the liners in place on the inside and I feel the velcro used is superior and makes the process easier. The 3M reflective piping around the jacket reflects headlights at night very well. Another great feature. The jacket does a great job repelling dirt too. It doesn't get that dirty. The jacket also provides good air flow. The biggest thing for me is the quality of the manufacturing. All of the seams line up. Nothing is crooked. The workmanship is really nice. Olympia hit a home run with this jacket. June 23, 2014
Good jacket This is a good jacket. The only complaint I have is that the armor is hard, lumpy, and uncomfortable. The armor in the back was really uncomfortable and dug into my back. I ended up buying a replacement Rukka D30 back protector and that is awesome! I'm now considering replacing the elbow and shoulder pads too. The only other thing I'm not sure about yet is the velcro sleeve fasteners. Somehow my glove has ended up sticking out of the sleeve a few times, and on cold days that wind then blows right up the sleeve. Overall, it's a good jacket that I like - just for the cost it should have had better armor included. June 12, 2014
Forgot to update pockets! It is with mixed emotions that I write this review. I love the jacket, but it has one major drawback: pockets are way too small. If you want a great fitting, comfortable, airy jacket this is the one. If you want a jacket that has water-proof pockets that accommodate today's cellphones and wallets, this item comes up short. The jacket looks great and comes with enough pockets to accommodate anything, even an IPad in the rear pocket, but I cannot fit my cellphone, wallet or anything other than keys in the front water-proof pockets, WHERE I NEED THEM. Other than that...fantastic versatility and comfort, given the 3-in-1 construction. June 9, 2014
Well built three season jacket This jacket appears to be well built with premium material. The jacket seems to run about a 1/2 size small in the body but it does have good arm length for me (I usually wear tall sizes). The stand alone liner jacket is a nice feature from Olympia and it makes for a good light destination jacket. I believe that this jacket should come with better armor for this purchase price. The armor in the elbows and shoulders is substantial but is fairly bulky and rigid and sometimes will twist in the armor pockets when putting on the jacket without any other liners installed. Some of the higher tech soft armor (like D30) really makes this jacket better. I installed some Scorpion Sas-Tech armor from another jacket and much preferred the fit and comfort. June 5, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Paul D H: Excellent fit and quality. Tried to buy local, but the shop did not have the jacket in neon yellow/black.

After Use Feedback - Olympia has hit a home run with this jacket. Excellent fit; with and without the liners. Because of the sizing adjustibility, this should be the only jacket I need for all four seasons in the desert. Highly recommended.
Jul 7, 2014
ANDY C: Need a breathable jacket to ride thru south america. Looking forward to receiving the jacket!! May 19, 2014
Anthony Sean D: Color, fit, built, quality, value. I was looking for a touring length mesh jacket for summer and this looks to fit the bill. May 14, 2014
John G: style and function May 14, 2014
DOUGLAS W: OTHERS HAVE VENTED RIDING GEAR, BUT NOT IN THIS COLOR. Apr 19, 2014
Brad S: Needed breathable jacket that could be used in Spring/summer/fall weather Apr 14, 2014
Phillip B: Wanted an off-road touring jacket for hot weather. This my first "mesh" jacket and other brands that are reasonably priced did not have the same reputation for quality of workmanship and materials. My sizing is right between a Md and Lg but went with Md.

Great information from Phillip at your store. Thanks. Dakar pants may come next.
Apr 1, 2014
Jeff D: I ride a sport touring bike and this jacket uses higher quality materials than some of the others and I like that the owners focus on quality. Mar 25, 2014
tommy w: price / performance Mar 5, 2014
Nathan B: 3 Season Jacket with multiple pockets and the tri layer system with dedicated armor in key locations. Feb 23, 2014
Corey H: This looks like a good 3+ season option for use both here in Florida in the summer, and travels to the Northeast in the spring and fall Jan 9, 2014
Clark S asked: Does this jacket have hand-warmer pockets? (I thought the video said yes, but I can't see them--sorry.) Apr 26, 2014
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Michael M: The outer jacket has three pockets in the area of a hand warmer pocket. A zippered pocket over a mess pocket and another small zippered pocket behind the mess pocket I would never known it was there if not asked this question.

The hand warmer pockets are in the inner rain jacket / thermo jacket when the thermo liner is installed. The rain jacket also is the wind barrier and works very well when the temperatures are in the 60's by itself without the thermo liner.

The outer jacket is made for air to flow thru so when the inner jackets are removed it does just that allows the air to flow through. A hand warmer pocket on the out jacket would defeat its purpose.

The first of April I took a 1660 mile trip to the desert and back and had use for all three layers with temperatures ranging from the mid 40's to 100 degrees. In the morning I had all three layers on and by 10:00 I had shed the inner layers. Also at night when the desert cooled down I wore the rain / thermo jacket as a regular jacket as advertised.

I have the rain and thermo jackets zipped together but I don't zip them to the outer jacket. This is why I chose Olympia over other manufactures because of the ease of wearing the inner and outer layers without a major ordeal of change outs. The jacket worked as I thought it would very happy and very pleased.
Apr 27, 2014
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Dan F: They have a larger pocket under the front flaps, but it's mesh so I would not call it a "hand warming pocket". I have been wearing this jacket in 45 degree weather and you can feel the cold come through. This is more of a warmer weather jacket. Apr 27, 2014
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Phillip B: Yes and no...there are pockets but they are in mesh...so hand warmers? No.

My thought is that this a jacket for high temperature riding trips...and with gloves on, no need nor can you warm your hands while riding..
Apr 26, 2014
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Kevin C: it does have side pockets I wouldn't call them hand warmer pockets since the mesh is on the outside of the pocket, the waterproof liner has hand pockets as well. by the way love the finished breathable rain liner Apr 27, 2014
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Jason D: Yes, it does. the hand-warmer pockets are behind the two lower zippered pockets you see in the picture. Apr 28, 2014
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"" ": There are zippered side pockets that could be used as hand warmers. Apr 27, 2014
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Scott S asked: OK, so I have watched the videos by Anthony for most of the Olympia line, more than once. I think I am settling on the Dakar (after considering the Ranger and Nomad). I am just wondering how we are defining 3 season? I want a jacket that will keep me cozy and warm at around 40° F in early spring and late fall. I also want comfortable ventilation (with liners out, of course) in 90° + temps in late summer. Mar 15, 2014
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Michael M: I just recently bought a Dakar for the same reasons you want one. Even though it is mid spring where I am going on a trip it will have late fall, and early spring temperatures in the mornings and evenings in the desert and at the higher elevations but will be summertime during mid day and especially down in the basin of the Big Bend of Texas where it will be approaching 90 degrees.

I have both a summer jacket and a winter jacket but neither would fill the bill as a all around jacket as the Dakar. I live in Houston, Texas and the one time I have used the jacket it was cold when I left the house and was warm when I returned and the jacket preformed as I had hoped.

The main reason for purchasing the Olympia jacket is the versatility of the inner jacket that can be worn as a cold weather jacket off the bike. The ease of removal and installation to and from the outer shell is what I was looking for. The day I wore the jacket I used the outer shell for warmth away from the motorcycle and just slipped the out jacket over it zipped it up and was on my way. The other jackets I have it is a major effort to change out the linings and put them back in. Later that day I just wore the outer jacket and had plenty of ventilation.

One last note these skinny guys saying it is American fit is misleading. I wear XL shirts and jackets but order a XXL in the Dakar when I received I could not come close to zipping up the jacket so I ordered a XXXXL and sent the XXL back and the XXXXL fits.

I am very happy with my purchase it is what I had hoped it would be a very well thought out and high quality product. RevZilla did as they say sent me a return label and credited back to my debit card a ++ on all accounts.
Mar 16, 2014
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Philip G: Just got the XXL today. Won't fit, ordering the XXXXL and returning the XXL. I am such a fatty. I normally wear XL or XXL coats and shirts like Michael. Mar 28, 2014
Nathan B: Greetings Scott,

I purchased the Dakar Dual Sport jacket to replace the Nomad I have had for two years. The Nomad was a solid jacket though after riding across the country (U.S.) a couple times I found it did not breath the way I needed; warmth was never an issue (down to 32F). The Dakar is much better in terms of airflow. The mesh panels on the arms and chest move air through the jacket quite well. I have been able to ride with all 3 layers down to 38F without getting uncomfortable. I ride a Kawasaki C14, hence I have a moderate amount of air flow around my frame. I cannot comment on the 90+, but only up to 75 and it was very comfortable. I can say the Nomad was far too warm for 90+. I was in a pressure cooker at 102 out in the desert with that jacket. I suspect the Dakar will be warm at 90+ but due to the modified venting will be manageable.
Mar 15, 2014
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Ron F: Scott, I bought a dakar jacket this spring and have ridden in the cooler temps you mentioned. It did not keep me warm and cozy by itself. I have to wear a warm sweatshirt and an insulated vest too stay warm when riding in the 30's. But that is totally OK with me because most of the riding season is in warmer temps and I get too hot with the jackets that dont have mesh,just air openings. I bought the XL size and it fits me good. I am 212# and 6' tall. The fit is still comfortable with layers underneath thanks to adjustments in the jacket. It looks good and has good quality. PS- When I mention it didnt keep me warm at colder temps w/o layers I am talking highway speeds(50-70mph),where you really get the wind-chill effect. When I hit the dirt roads to go exploring it was OK w/o much underneath. Apr 10, 2014
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Kevin C: I have used this jacket in temps of 38 f just to test it, I was comfortable I was wearing under armour cold weather base, and long sleeve cotton, plus all the liners in the jacket. I have a small windscreen on sport touring motorcycle that does a good job of blocking,heated grips and seat. it even snowed slightly. haven't ridden in 90f yet, but last weekend 85 no liners and had great airflow thru entire upper area, mesh all around, was very comfortable. I do have a spidi cold weather jacket that I will continue to use in the colder times of the year. but in a pinch, in higher altitude cooler weather this jacket will perform well, the liners are easily removed and inserted. Apr 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: If I wanted to replace the back protector in this jacket with something more substantial, what would fit here? Suggestions? Apr 29, 2014
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Valeray H: Will the ForcePro fit this jacket? Apr 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can i use the SAS-TEC Back Protector with this jacket? Apr 28, 2014
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Mitchell S: Yes bit only if or XL XXL XXXL SC16 will fit Apr 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: There are eight (8) pockets; where are they located? Which ones are waterproof?

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Feb 22, 2014
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Nathan B: On the reverse side of the jacket there is a single large waterproof pocket at your waist, glutes level. On the front side there are 8 non-waterproof pockets. There are 3 pockets at hip level either side of the jacket and 2 pockets at torso level. In staring at a front view of the jacket you have two pockets right below the shoulder vents (look for the rubber tabs near the main zipper on a pair of flaps - one flap has the Olympia logo). The next two pockets are the small flap pockets at the hip level on the jacket (both have rubber tabs near the main zipper). If you pull up on the rubber tab either side at the hip level pockets you will expose another pocket bringing the count to 6 pockets. The final two on the front of the jacket are at hip level on the side of the jacket behind the flap pockets. Mar 15, 2014
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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.

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