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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 28 28
Adventure Riders Jacket w/o Selling Wife/Kids For some of you, maybe selling the wife and kids might be a good option. For the rest of us who can't afford Klim, there is Olympia. I also like Rev'It gear quality, but find that it runs small for large frame individuals(yes, even fit ones). Onto this jacket. I went with Hi-Viz and I get compliments like "I could see you a mile away", which is what I want. The days of me dressing up like a ninja and hitting the strip for tricks are done with. I can't afford more women in my life, so practical, safe, and smart approach on gear just seemed like the right mid-life crisis thing to do. After all, I go for the ride and adventure. The fit is slightly American. I normally fit XL jackets to conform to my torso, but due to my wide shoulders and long arms(6'1",47" chest, 225) I went into XXL and it fit like a glove. The outer zipper was rugged and durable, exterior pockets were more than suffice in space(also exposed to air/rain/temp), stitch was high quality. Airflow is amazing on this jacket. It's a great 3 season jacket. I felt comfortable in 85 degree,some what humid weather. Stay at traffic light long enough and you'll start to get warm. I wouldn't wear it under 45 degree unless I had some layering underneath besides long sleeve. I found the waterproof barrier did excellent job keep wind/elements from getting inside. On top of insulated liner, you have wide range of temperatures you can ride in. I rode in heavy rain and the jack did amazing. Remember to keep valuables/sensitive items BEHIND the water barrier. The separate windbreaker/waterproof liner could be a handy campsite jacket for keeping body temp close and keeping you dry. Nice feature of the multilayer jacket. The collar on this is perfect. I didn't find it intrusive when I kept it open or closed. Closed did great job keep my neck warm to just under my helmet without irritation or annoying comfort. The adjusters on sleeve and torso work great for when you strip the liners in and out, keeping the jacket conformed to your body based on insulation needs. Zippers worked great, no issues. Only one negative to post out of everything. Small pockets behind the water barrier. I can fit my iPhone 4S w/small otter box sleeve, but anything bigger than that, forget it. Make sure you got a dry bag, waterproof tank bag, or panniers. Again, you cant have ultra waterproof jacket and expect it have airflow like this one. It's a trade off. The armor seemed to stay in place and conform well to my frame. I highly recommend this jacket for someone looking for mid-grade level jacket for 3 seasons and great air flow, and option for a very high visibility jacket. Ride Safe November 30, 2014
Has all the warm weather features I was looking for I did considerable research and ended up with the Olympia. My main objectives were protection, and comfort for warm weather riding in Florida. This jacket is well made, and the fit is great. Plenty of air flow. Having the two liners (waterproof and thermal) should make this a great all around jacket. Service and advise from Revzilla was top notch. November 17, 2014
Incredibly versatile 3+ season jacket This is a three layer jacket that is very versatile across a wide range of weather conditions. The shell has amazing ventilation, lots of pockets and good body armor. Add the rain liner and you still have surprisingly good airflow as well as good waterproofing. The insulated liner is amazingly warm and eliminates the airflow. I've used the jacket in the summer and fall so far and think it will get me through a few winter riding days as well! My only complaint, and one that has been documented in other reviews is the virtually useless waterproof pockets on the front of the jacket. I can't fit my cell phone, wallet, passport or anything else that's bigger than a box of tic tacs. Other than that I am very happy with my purchase. I am 6 feet tall, weigh 175 pounds and have long arms; the size large fit perfectly. I bought it at the retail store in Philadelphia and customer service there was outstanding! October 21, 2014
Great Jacket for hot weather riding! Having purchased jacket at MOA rally to replace my First Gear Kiliminjaro jacket for return trip to SW WA, I found it to be perfect for riding in 90+ temperatures. Wonderful air flow w/o liners and 1.5 lbs lighter. With the two liners, I count 6 different combinations. Jacket with rain liner perfect for morning rides with temperature in mid 50's. Have not used jacket with both liners or used in rain. Shell sizing is correct but it fits tightly with both liners and I do not have large stomach. It could use snaps instead of velcro to hold sleeves of inner jacket which tend to come out when jacket is removed. Pockets are functional and front pouch pocket is perfect for storing ear plugs. Loved jacket enough to make this purchase for my wife who is very pleased with jacket. May work well for dual sport but it also makes a great summer touring jacket August 26, 2014
This is an excellent jacket for the Summer. The air movement is excellent. The fit is the best. I will be purchasing another Olympia Jacket for cold weather bike riding. August 11, 2014
Nice but for the price, should be better This is a nice jacket, however once you wear it for a while you find things that it should have had. The waterproof liner should have some snaps to hold the upper corners to the outer jacket and the sleeves don't hold well at the cuffs. Very annoying, Olympia should have thought this through better. The inner most insulated jacket does keep you warm. In the summer I ride typically with the waterproof liner zipped into the outer jacket and then take that liner out as the day gets warmer. I do like the longer rear panel on the outer jacket. The pocket linings of the outer jacket are flimsy and get caught on just about anything you put in them, they feel like cheap mesh material. For $350, I think I expect a bit better details than this jacket has. August 11, 2014
Great Product The value of the jacket is great, I couldn't be happier. The only mark down is on air flow, but that's because I have been riding in 100+ degrees. Overall it is a great jacket! August 7, 2014
summer breeze Having never owned any gear other than leather, this was new territory and long overdue. My first ride with this jacket started with 58 degree weather. I had left the two inner liners at home. With the ample mesh, it was a bit chilly. Within the hour the temperature had risen to the mid 70's. The mesh was now creating a wonderful cooling effect. By the end of the ride it was in the upper 80's. While no longer cool, I was certainly comfortable. My leathers will be living in the closet for quite a while. During morning commutes, with the temps in the mid 50's, I now wear the inner waterproof shell to ward off the cold. It provides a perfect layer. The jacket itself has many adjustments to create a custom fit from hips to neck. Come September/October, I'm looking forward to seeing what this jacket will do with the quilted layer added. July 28, 2014
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Olympia Dakar Dual Sport Jacket
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
rod u: Olympia makes a great product, and the Patriot colors ROCK! Nov 15, 2014
Kenneth G: I based it on the Revzilla's video. I love it. Works great down to about 50 degrees and look forward to summer here in Texas. Size was right on. Nov 13, 2014
N I: replaced an old worn out Olympia jacket. Good products at a reasonable price. Would like to see them eliminate the rubber tab for the cuffs. This is annoying. Oct 17, 2014
Martin C: venting and as a commuting jacket seems to be fantastic, according on what i read. Oct 3, 2014
Christopher S: I bought it for the shell - to use the shell as a light summer jacket with enough pockets to accommodate my stuff. I ditch the liners to use my own. Sep 7, 2014
Josh C: Fantastic colors on the patriot color scheme, lots of mesh venting. Sep 3, 2014
Robert S: Flow through fabric when hot. I can slip on the waterproof layer beneath it and/or a third layer insulated jacket liner. I am an Architect by profession. This jacket works the same as an exterior rain screen building design. Buildings incorporate an outer rain screen that lets water through to the waterproof layer. Insulation is on the warm side of the building protected by the waterproofing.. Aug 19, 2014
Steve W: Awesome design, layered inserts. Olympia brand. Jul 23, 2014
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
Bruce G asked: Hi Guys. I am a bit nervous due to the fact that I live in Brisbane, Australia, and if I get this wrong it will cost me. I am 6'3, 270 pounds, with a chest of 51", a waist of 49" and a sleeve of 29". I am keen on the Olympia Dakar jacket and am thinking of a 2XL at this stage due to the fact that I don't plan gaining weight, I will lose weight if anything. I want to buy the right gear as I plan to ride around Australia and then RTW in the next few years but I am not a millionaire either, and the Olympia gear looks good bang for buck.

Climate at home is mostly warm to very hot. It gets as low as 50 in winter and as hot as 100+ in summer.

My questions:
1. Do you feel 2XL is the right fit for me?
2. What pants would you recommend I buy to go with this jacket? What size would you recommend?
3. Does the Patriot colours get dirty easily? (i.e. should I stick to darker colours if heading off road?)
4. Who was the second gunman on the grassy knoll? (just kidding!)

Any advice you can provide will be greatly appreciated.

Regards,

Bruce Graydon
Aug 12, 2014
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David W: Hi,

I have the 2xl and it fits me a little loose (with none of the liners in it) to just a little snug (with liners and a polar fleece on), but that is the way I like a jacket to fit. I am 6'2", 230lb, 46 or so chest, 42 waist, and 35 sleeve (but measured from back of neck, sounds like you may have measured from shoulder?). The sleeves are just a little up on the hands when in riding position. Again, this is how I prefer it.

I am thinking that a 2xl might be a little small for you? But, that would depend on how you like a jacket to fit.

I do like th jacket a lot. Good airflow along with some heft to it that makes me think it might actually protect me in a fall (could be all in my head). But, at a 100+ it will still be to warm, but a t shirt would be to warm for me at a 100+. With the liners in, and particularly if you have any wind protection on the bike, 50 degrees is fine.

2) I have no idea. I run levi's with pads under in hot weather and a firstgear over pants when it gets chilly or wet.

3) I have the white and black model. After a couple of trips it is fine, but it will get dirty, especially if you use it off road.

4) What grassy knoll? (just kidding)

Cheers,
DaveW
Aug 13, 2014
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Anthony Sean D: 1) I am 6'2", 260lbs a chest of 48 and I wear a 3XL. Granted I do like my jackets a bit looser, rather than tighter. Factor in how much weight you plan to lose over the life of the jacket and how often you plan to wear the inner jacket.

2) I did not buy the pants. tending to prefer the waterproof zip up type instead. I purchased the Moose Monarch Pass pants from Revzilla instead. I can't help you will the pants sizing.

3)I stuck with the darker color pictured. If you decide to go with the Patriot colors, I would highly recommend Scotch Guard to try to keep it cleaner.

4)
Ace Ventura: " I came to confess. I was the second gunman on the grassy knoll."

Good luck with your purchase!
Aug 14, 2014
Michael M: 1. A 2X will be to small a 4X should work. I have a 42" waist and am between the 3X and 4X.
2. I still wear blue jeans so I can't help you there.
3. I bought the High Viz and it is still bright.
4. Those who know aren't telling.

I do like the Dakar jacket and the ease of removing the inner jacket. In south Texas sounds like we have the same kind of weather you do. In the spring and fall in the mornings it is cool and the afternoon it is hot and being able to easily remove or add the inner jacket is very important to me.
Aug 15, 2014
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Michael H: Not sure how much this helps but I am 6' 1'' about 200 lbs, and I thought the XL was a perfect fit for me. As for color, if you are worried about it getting dirty, go for the dark color and buy a really light weight hi viz vest to wear on top for visibility when you have to muck around in traffic. Or you can wear your dirt as a badge of honor to shame those fair weather city riders. Aug 13, 2014
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Bruce G: Thanks Dave. I think I will go for the 3XL after reading your reply. Grateful for the advice. B Aug 15, 2014
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Bruce G: Thanks Michael. Good advice. Aug 15, 2014
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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?

Thanks.
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 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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