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Olympia MotoQuest Jacket
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As the official gear sponsor for MotoQuest Tours, Olympia owners Kevin and Karilea Rhea have been blessed to explore the globe with their team of ace international guides. When MotoQuest founder Phil Freeman asked them to create a set of gear that would protect his crew across the widest possible range of harsh weather conditions and constantly changing micro climates, they were definitely up for the challenge. After intensive design and exhaustive product testing, the formula was complete. Olympia’s “Three Layer Systems Design” which offers unmatched levels of performance when riding through extreme wind, rain, heat, and cold.

Layer One - Consists of a rugged 500 and 2000D Cordura shell that is equipped with Olympia’s exclusive Mega Vent Panel System. This system allows the jacket to transition from solid body, to adjustable airflow construction in seconds. Key features include a zip off integrated backpack with a 2 liter hydration bladder, seven storage pockets and an oversized waterproof back storage pocket.

Layer Two - Consists of a sporty, wind and water resistant Thermolite insulated, soft shell liner jacket that pulls double duty as casual sportswear. This jacket includes two side zipper pockets and a stand up mandarin style collar.

Layer Three - Consists of fully functional hi-viz rain jacket that includes a stow away knit hood with a rubberized aqua barrier and neck gator concealed under the collar. This jacket was designed to be worn both over and under the out shell as weather conditions dictate.

Mega Vent Panel System - Front, back and underarm Mega Vent Panel System transitions this jacket from solid body to adjustable airflow construction in seconds. All vent panels are permanently attached to the shells and fold neatly into self storage pockets for added convenience and easy access.

Zip Off Integrated Hydration Backpack - This handy zip off back pack can be used for storage of personal items or in conjunction with the 2 liter hydration bladder that comes as standard issue. This pack also includes an integrated shoulder harness system that helps to properly position the pack when weighted down with water or personal items.


  • Outer shell constructed in 500 and 2000 denier Cordura fabric 
  • 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 detailing at front, sides and back    
  • 8” connecting zipper for pants  
  • Eight storage pockets plus interior cell phone pocket  
  • Integrated zip off back pack includes 2 liter hydration bladder  
  • Oversized waterproof back storage pocket with zip closure

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Olympia MotoQuest Jacket 4.7 5 41 41
Best bang for the buck hands down for real 4 season jackets! I bought the MotoQuest jacket in white and black scheme with red and grey accents along with the matching MotoQuest pants in black in July 2015 after moving to Colorado from Alaska. I wanted a true 4 season jacket and saw the Olympia MotoQuest and was kind of hesitant even though it looked excellent to me in the pictures and videos as well as having all the features and then some of what I was looking for and the price was great compared to others with big big names (that also had big big prices!), I thought too good to be true right? Well, after a few months and about 4000 miles in all types of weather conditions, from blazing hot to cold and rainy, the MotoQuest is amazing and hands down the best bang for the buck you can buy if you're looking for a true 4 season versatile jacket. The 500 and 2000D Cordura nylon makeup can take a ton of abuse and still come out looking good and is fairly water repellent by itself. The seperate Hi-Viz rain jacket can be worn inside zipped in or on the outside, looks great and is super functional. The second layer is a wind and water resistant zip in piece that can be worn and is a true destination layer meaning you can wear it as is without the other pieces and it looks fantastic. The best part for me living in a place that can go from extremely hot to freezing cold in minutes or in thousands of feet, is the massive multiple and practical vents located on the chest, arms and back. I can zip them up in a instant or back down depending on if I'm going up a mountain gaining elevation and the temps drop or back down when riding at the bottom of a valley floor with the sun shining. September 30, 2015
Love it! I recently replaced a First Gear Kilimanjaro with the MotoQuest Jacket. Fit: Fit is a bit boxy, american cut, wide in the shoulders and chest and tapered down to the waist. in the 4XL I like the fact that the arms are not too long which is usually the case. Features: The MotoQuest jacket actually came with more features than I will probably use. The 3 in one concept is great, and when you look at the fact that you end up with 3 separate garments that can be used solo or combined, it really is a pretty good deal. The shell, rain jacket and thermal layer all work well on their own or combined. It also came with a separate zip-in backpack/hydration bladder that is nice, but I don't know how much I will use it. The main reason I considered this jacket is the flexibility it brings. Riding in Wisconsin we get all manner of weather, a cool 50 in the morning to 85 degrees in the afternoon. I like the fact that I can start the day with the mesh panels closed up, yet zip it ll down for afternoon heat. This jackets design has prevented me from purchasing multiple jackets for different weather conditions. Turns out, even with all the features it is lighter than my previous Kilimanjaro jacket. The armor included is interesting, I wasn't a huge fan and replaced it with D3O. I expect it to provide lots of years of service. September 22, 2015
Great all season jacket When I got my BMW F800 GS, I was looking for a nice summer adventure jacket that had a quality construction and reasonable price. I spent a lot of time looking at reviews and trying different jackets on to find a good fit. The Motoquest jacket was pointed out to me as a decent summer option that had more value than just a straight mesh set up. I was heavily considering the Olympia Dakar but decided the added features of the Motoquest was worth the upgrade. The large vent panels offer great adaptability to changing temps. I can hop on the bike on a cool morning with the vents closed, as the day warms up a little just open zipper of each vent panel to allow a little air flow and then by mid day heat or when riding through technical terrain that builds up body heat, open the panels completely. So far I've worn the coat without liner down to 50F with the vents closed and up to 95F with them open. And remained pretty comfortable. I really like that the rain liner can actually be an overcoat. I was always carrying a FroggTogg rain coat with me and the Motoquest rain coat is a great upgrade. It packs smaller and looks/fits better. My only complaint is the collar thickness with the hood rolled and stored in the collar. Almost feels like you are wearing a neckroll. The cold weather liner is a really nice, even as a stand alone coat. I have yet to need to wear it when riding, but in test wearing I can tell it will be pretty warm. When worn with the main coat it feels like a nice winter coat. When worn alone its great for cool nights camping. The hydration pack/backpack that comes with the jacket is a nice feature, but the bladder itself is not as nice as the camelbak I typically carry. I may try to adapt the better bladder to the Olympia pack. Overall I am very happy with this jacket. I justified the higher price by having only one jacket that I can wear year round and has great flexibility for those cooler mornings that warm up mid day. September 4, 2015
IDBR Tested Just finished riding for 6 days on the Idaho Backroads Route. We had cals hard rain and hail the first day followed by chilly evenings and days in the high 90s. I took the liner just in case and was glad I did. I stayed dry during the rain and wore the rain gear outside. I stayed dry an comfortable. Day two I unzipped the vents partially and by end of day had them wide open. With a compression shirt underneath I was comfortable as long as I was moving. The jacket came out every night and I slept in it for two. It looks great and was handy around camp. I plan to modify a few bits though: 1. The collar Velcro is uncomfortable and not strong or long enough. I might add Velcro or put in two snaps. 2. The tabs at the elbow gathers need a longer strip of hook side Velcro. I'm at the end of the strap. 3. The wrist Velcro is beefy but water and dust will render them useless eventually. Snaps or a zip would be great there for daily use and leave the Velcro alone after customizing the fit. August 3, 2015
Worth every penny I originally was going to buy something cheaper but after reading other reviews decided to go with the motoquest jacket. I could not be happier. The airflow is fantastic. Even with an orange vest worn over the top i stay plenty cool while riding regardless of the tempurature. The raingear and thermal liner are invaluable features. Especially because of the rear pocket i can easily carry the rain shell with me always. Ive ridden in tempuratres as low as 30°F at 70mph without my core getting cold with the thermal liner on. Best all around jacket for sure!!!!!!! July 13, 2015
Swiss Army Knife of Motorcycle Jackets The Olympia motoquest jacket is a really versatile three coat in one system. The outer shell can be worn alone or combined with the rain jacket and/or thermal layer. The flexibility of this system is great for commuting as the rain jacket and zipped up outer shell keep me warm during morning rides (tested as low as 55 degrees) and the open mega vents keep me cool in the afternoon (tested up to 85 degrees). Sizing: I’m 5’9”, 155 lbs, 38” chest, and the small fits loose without the destination coat or rain jacket. The fit is spot on when all three are worn simultaneously. I bought the fatigue grey, which looks like canvas green as shown in the display picture (not the video). Pros: When riding, the shell flows a ton of air. In addition to the chest and back mega vents, the front-facing arm zippers can be opened 4” to create scoops that direct air into the arm pits. When the shell is worn alone, the loose fit is very comfortable and allows cool air to circulate freely around my torso. There are lots of storage pockets, and the stock armor feels sufficient. I really like having the 2000D abrasion-resistant Cordura panels. The destination coat and rain jacket are high quality. I use the rain jacket as an outer windbreaker for chilly morning rides. The short connection zipper pairs perfectly with my Revit Defender pants. Cons: The sleeves are way too long (35”, Look carefully at the video!), the plastic tabs at the ends of the velcro straps extend too far and easily snag when you move your arms, there is no chest armor, I wish Olympia used a long-connection jacket-to-pants zipper, the chest pockets are too small (I removed the chest pockets so the front mega vent panels can fold more cleanly into their pockets), and the loose fit may cause the shoulder armor to shift in the event of an off. Overall: The motoquest jacket has many of the features of my thermal jacket, leather coat, and mesh jacket, but it trumps the others because it can be comfortably worn over a much wider temperature range. For that reason, I highly recommend the Olympia motoquest jacket. July 6, 2015
Lots of great ideas and value here, could use some minor tweaks. I bought this jacket for a trip to Patagonia - Argentina and Chile, anticipating a wide range of temperatures, climates, weather and terrain, and it performed beautifully. I'll do a review of the pants separately. I did a lot of dry runs before riding with it to figure out how the vents and camel pack setup worked, especially with gloves on and not looking in a mirror. I was envisioning using a gas-station utility sink to fill the bladder, and adjusting vents while riding, which isn't really safe if you're tucking them into the pockets, but maybe you can practice and manage it. I did it at stops. Also, I can't imagine why anyone would put the rain shell on the inside vs. the outside of the jacket, but it's nice that it's possible, I guess. I was able to get the rain pants over my size 12 Sidi Discovery Rain boots (rather than removing them, which you don't really want to do when it starts raining and getting muddy.) Pros - Good fit and finish, tons of good details, styling, and all-around functional considerations for riding. Includes all the layers and vents you need to stay cool or warm and dry. I got the white colorway, and it stayed white even after all the dusty and muddy roads. Cons - These are little nitpicks, but I'll note them for the sake of improvement, as it's a great jacket overall, but It can be fussy and technical. Breast pockets are good for holding ear plugs or cash, not much more. Forget putting a newer smartphone there (my iPhone 5 barely fit), but the waist pockets are good subs. Main zipper and vent zippers seem too close together, and I kept accidentally zipping the wrong one (maybe a big aftermarket zipper fob would fix this) For venting, I would usually just unzip the centermost vent zips, as rolling the whole panel down into the pockets was fussy, especially if you do the back. I think the water setup is a great idea - probably the best out there, but it may be over engineered. Velcro strips instead of zippers would make for easier on-off, but I like their idea of more evenly distributing the weight of the water to keep it off your shoulders to avoid fatigue. I usually took my whole jacket off to fill it once in the morning with a bottle, which isn't ideal, especially if it's cold or rainy, but once it was on and full, it worked great, and would last the day. It's also a great water source off the bike if you dump some iodine pills in to make the water safe to drink, depending on where you are. The shoulder pads tended to get in the way when I got into it, but I got used to that. June 23, 2015
Awesome Jacket! Right out of the box, excellent fit and finish. You can tell a lot of time went into designing this this jacket. Olympia makes great gear. First off, im 5'11", 175lbs. Jean size is normally a 33/33 depending on brand. I am at that in between size. Right now i have a size Large Tourmaster Jet 2 and it is a little baggy so i went with the size Medium for the Motoquest. With both liners its too restrictive. I dont plan on riding in the rain anyways. With just the thermal liner its still alittle tight but not bad. With both out its perfect fit. Love the water pack, vents work great. The armor in the elbows are a little rough but hopefully the jacket will soften up. Overall an awesome jacket. Pairs well with my Olympia motoquest pants. June 7, 2015
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Larry M: Quality of product 24 hr shipping & no tax Oct 8, 2015
Jame D: Bought jacket and pants for Alaska trip. I liked that the rain liner can be worn over the suit. Stayed dry and comfortable in temps from 40's to 90's. Warm in 90+ on interstate but can adjust vents on the move with practice. Good when you can encounter range of conditions. Jacket shell and a electric liner kept me toasty. Lots of pockets Only complaint was iphone6+ wouldn't fit in the interior pocket. After 11K miles gear was a little grungy but cleaned up easily. Would buy again! Oct 5, 2015
Joe M: this looks like it will protect me and has many functions I like on a jacket. Sep 10, 2015
Paul M: This was recommended by many other BMW riders as the all around weather jacket. It has the rain liner that I can remove and put on over the jacket to keep me dry, a fleece jacket to keep me warm in the winter, and a nice vent system to keep me cool during the summer. It also came with a hydration pack which sealed the deal for me. Jun 7, 2015
Paul F: I studied purchasing a jacket a lot and was impressed with the 3 layer, fabric and ability to wear rain suit over jacket. If I get as much satisfaction with this jacket as my previous jacket I will be happy. May 11, 2015
Michael B: Based on the reviews, it appears to be what I am looking for- a true 4-season jacket. May 2, 2015
Vincenzo S P: I compared it in the Store in Phli and found the fit and features to be nicer than the more expensive brands. I want a 4 season riding coat and I hope this hits the mark. Mar 18, 2015
Robert M: I currently have an Olympia Airglide jacket and love it. I need a colder weather jacket, and love the features of the MotoQuest. Feb 22, 2015
A s: Nice jacket, but I returned it with no hassles at all. The fit just wasnt me. Feb 4, 2015
Sychov E: Needed a versatile jacket for 3 seasons, fully satisfied. Only for extreme heat yet bought a jersey gray Klim Dakar pro. Dec 30, 2014
Patricia M: my son kept drooling on the computer screen --what could I do? Nov 19, 2014
Robert J: Versatility, comfort and safety. Nov 4, 2014
John B: quality Jacket...great bang for the buck...good looks and versiltiliy Oct 27, 2014
R O: Needed 3 season coat that wasn't all mesh. Olympia makes a great product as I've had their mesh pants, the "airglide". Sep 5, 2014
Josh C: Great combo of all-season weather protection with zip-down vents for summer. Sep 3, 2014
Bruce G: The Revzilla Team really helped with this purchase. I am planning a trip around the world and couldn't afford the Klim gear. The gear geeks steered me in this direction for a jacket and pant combo. I am a big guy (6'3, 250) and I can't wait to get suited up in this stuff. A big shout out to Ethan and the team for their solid advice. Aug 21, 2014
A S: Going to start as dual sport riding and move into adventure multiday camping across multiple states. This jacket does both and with the mega flow panels I can ride with just the outer shell when I do low end endure stuff out in La Panza, Pozo California. Aug 20, 2014
johnny r: Revzilla reviews and I went to the Olympia web site and watched the owner do the review. You see a product that has been well thought out and that the company is proud to present. Aug 18, 2014
Neil H: Multi layer with rain suit out or in. Huge vent panels. Aug 11, 2014
David M: used this jacket when rented from BMW 1200 GS from MotoQuest in Anchorage AK, awesome jacket. Jul 31, 2014
Marc O: Camel back and fantastic features. I live in Colorado, within a 50 mile ride it can rain on and off several times and the temp can fluctuate 40 degrees or more. I plan on spraying the main jacket with water repellent in case I'm on a mountain road that I can't pull over to put the water proof layer on. Jul 9, 2014
Scott W: I needed to replace my 20-year old suit, and the MotoQuest jacket and pants looked like the best option for me; mostly four-season ability, durable, and reasonably priced. Jun 27, 2014
Christian H: Olympia's reputation, product reviews, and features of the jacket. May 3, 2014
A s: My other jackets shrank, no really.....OK, just wore out a Belstaff that is no longer being made. Hopefully this is a long term investment, it is VERY well made with quality materials. Mar 23, 2014
Angela K: I purchased this to protect my 75 year old, rockin', papa who still rides with our whole family. Wanted one coat that can go from Alaska to Arizona with high vis and protection pads. Mar 9, 2014
Owen R: New adventure bike....don't want to ride it with my Harley jacket :) Feb 21, 2014
A S: I was looking for a versatile, comfortable, and durable four season solution. Thanx Revzilla, solution found! Feb 21, 2014
A shopper asked: Are there hand warmer pockets? Jan 27, 2014
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A S: Nope, but you don't need them if you are riding, and if you aren't riding you don't need the jacket ; ) Feb 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is the rain liner always hi-viz yellow? The video shows the black/grey jacket but the rain liner is still yellow, I want to make sure that is the case for the black/grey color combo or if you mixed and matched different jackets for the video. Feb 20, 2014
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Bradley C: in the video Anthony says they are all yellow, even on the black jacket. Feb 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is the water backpack included whit the jacket? Jan 9, 2014
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Keith V: Yes Jan 13, 2014
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Jeffrey A asked: How small does the rain jacket pack down to? Is one of the types that packs down into one of it's own pockets? I am trying to figure out if the rain jacket and over pants that come with the Motoquest pants could comfortably fit into the lower back pocket of the jacket without a huge bulge... Thanks! Sep 15, 2014
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Scott W: The first day I wore this jacket, it rained on the way to work, and was sunny on the way home. I was able to stuff the rain jacket into the back pouch, but it did bulge quite a bit. If I was going to have to consider this in the future, I'd want to try and find a zip-seal bag of some kind that I can stuff it in, and squeeze the air out of. I think that'd help, but there'd still be a bulge. Sep 15, 2014
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John B: If you roll the rain jacket it packs down reasonably small. I don't have the pants, but I'd expect that you can probably make them fit as well, but I bet it's tight and create a bulge. Sep 15, 2014
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Owen R: It rolls up pretty tight.....not a big bulge in the back. Sep 15, 2014
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A s: It packs down quite a lot; maybe 2x10x5, the pocket it goes into is large enough if you filled it evenly with the rain jacket it would hardly be noticeable.

Adding rain pants; they would fit, like I said it is a large pocket, but together they would bulge out some. Think of it as lumbar support. :)
Sep 15, 2014
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I A: It's quite large you would want to keep it in a tank bag or something. If you need something for emergencys when your just out riding it probobly won't work for you but if your going on a touring trip for a few days. It's a great rain coat to pack in your backpack or tank bag. Sep 15, 2014
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Rick W asked: How long are the sleeves? I'd like something with sleeves as long as in TourMaster tall sizes, are these comparable? Aug 5, 2014
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Sychov E: Good afternoon. I bought this jacket XL. My height is 184 cm, weight about 100 kg I Have a pretty long arms , sleeves are of sufficient length . I rode this jacket today 3500 miles. I am very happy with the purchase, there are a couple of comments but it individually. I recommend to buy. Good luck friend. Aug 6, 2014
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Rick W: I just got my jacket today. I'm 6'6", 210lbs and have long arms. The sleeves are long enough! My other two jackets are Tour Master (Intake Air and Transition... the sleeves are longer on the first by a couple inches) size M-tall, and this size large is about equivalent. Aug 13, 2014
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Antonio D: The sleeves measure 25 inches from shoulder to cuff and 22 and 1/4 from underarm to cuff. I hope this is helpful.

Aug 8, 2014
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I A: I don't know how long those selves are but I am 6foot 4 and these selves come down just past my wrist Aug 5, 2014
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Perry C: I dont own any tourmaster products. I wear a 44 short sport coat and the sleeves fit well. Aug 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can this jacket and pants be upgraded to the d3O armor throughout? Jul 29, 2014
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RJ M: I don't know. I don't use any armor, I pulled the armor out of my jacket. I went down coming off Bear Tooth Pass last August doing 65 (I was rear ended pulling a trailer and got jacknifed. I got two broken ribs, a shattered clavicle, and a concussion that put me out for 48 hrs. My Olympia jacket took all of the abuse without the armor. In spite of the bone damage I didn't have a single spot of road rash anywhere on my body. The EMTs cut off my jacket at the scene and totally shredded it. I replaced it as soon as I bought another bike and started riding again. P.S. The accident totaled my 07 Goldwing. Jul 30, 2014
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PETER B: I don't own this particular jacket but was in touch with Kevin (OLS Owner) re armor replacement for another one of his/their jackets. His short answer ... "if I didn't think it was good I wouldn't use it in my products" May 13, 2015
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Josh E: Sorry for the late response, I'm not 100% sure on that but I would assume so. You can always call revzilla and ask, I'm sure someone there knows the answer to the question. Sep 12, 2014
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Scott W: I'm sorry. I don't know. I'm pretty sure you can check with Olympia directly to find that out. Sounds like it would be a good idea! Aug 2, 2014
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Brady W asked: Anyone know how the fit through the waist is in comparison to the Olympia Renegade mesh jacket? The Renegade fits tight through the waist for me, but fits well through the shoulders. Wondering if I need to size up for the waist on this one or if it's looser in the waist. Aug 29, 2015
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James D L: Can't comment on the Renegade, but this Jacket is roomy in the waist for me and I run a couple inches on the large size (6ft 3in and 38" waist) wearing a 2XL. This is one of the better fitting jackets I've had. Sleeve length is generous too. There are also expansion gussets on both sides at the waist for more room if needed - I keep them closed. Aug 31, 2015
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R O: Can't answer when comparing with renegade but I'm using a 2xl in motoquest and the belly fit is fine with me as I do have a belly. 6ft and non athletic 225. It can also expand a bit further on mine as well. So I can say it's not a tight fit for my size. Good luck.
Aug 29, 2015
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michael f: I don't know abut the Renegade, but this one has three adjustments on each side of the waist (between the elbow and wrist area) (a zipper, two snap locations, and a velcro strap). I can taylor it as needed - tighten it up when wanted and loosen again when on a break. Aug 30, 2015
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Tom A asked: I ride an R1200RT with a Russell-Daylong seat and I'm considering the Motoquest jacket. I'm concerned that with the step up between the rider and passenger seat the waterproof rear pouch would cause discomfort by pressing against my lower back if the rain shell was stored in the pouch while riding. Can anyone speak to this concern? Thanks! Oct 24, 2014
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Christopher M M: So, I just returned from a meandering 12,200 mile trip...up the Eastern Seaboard from Newport, RI to Gaspe, QC, to Vancouver Island, BC down through the Washington and Oregon Coasts, inland through Canyonlands down to the Mexican border, Tucson, Grand Canyons and then home to Taos, NM. I ran into all kinds of weather...nothing but rain on the East Coast, snow in Jasper, Alberta, pretty hot in Southern AZ. I loved this jacket and pants (medium jacket & large pants), I'm 5'10", have 33 waist and a 32 inseam, weigh between 155 and 160 riding a BMW R1200 GSA. They're everthing they claim to be...definitely 3 season and the ability to throw the rain gear over the jacket and pants is a big plus. Frankly, I didn't pack the rain suit in the outside pocket, I kept them on top inside one of my boxes for easy access. I'm not crazy about the rain gear but it worked fine and will probably invest in a custom made gortex outer shell and use it the same way; however, I wouldn't trade the jacket or pants for any other suit I've ever purchased...these were obviously designed by people who do lots of riding and know what's needed. The venting system for hot weather is ingenious and, with a few zips the vents are closed and it's warm. I never zipped the cold weather jacket in...simply put it on when cold and slipped the main outer jacket over it. My wife would stuff maps and things in the rain jacket pouch on the back and would even put her hands in it when she got cold and I was never inconvienced by it. After 12,000 miles someone would have to fight me to get this jacket and pants away from me. Hope this helps. Oct 26, 2014
Tom A: Excellent. Thank you. That was what I was looking for. I actually had some time to take the liners out at my local BMW dealer and we're pretty confident that if it was bothersome in the rabbit pouch the rain liner alone could go in the backpack/water bladder pouch. If it's that cold that I would be considering taking the quilted liner, I'd likely have the rain/windproof liner in the jacket already anyway. Not having liners in your saddlebags saves quite a bit of room. Especially X2. Oct 29, 2014
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A s: The rain cover is substantial Once put into the pocket you would notice it if you sat all the way back. On my RT with the RDL saddle it was more supportive than bothersome. If you spent more time on getting it evenly into the pocket it would probably be better. As it was cold out I soon stopped and put it over the jacket as an extra layer. Nice and bright and toasty. Oct 29, 2014
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Gurushankar S asked: 52" Chest and Waist and 6'3" height 280 lbs. Which size should I get? I wear a Firstgear Adventure Mesh 3XL which is maybe 1/2 size too large for me. Jan 2, 2015
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A S: I am 5'11" and 280 with a 52" chest as well. I started with a 2xl because that is what I wear in most jackets. With the 2XL it was tight on my shoulders. 3XL is nice. Just a hair on the loose side but very comfortable and does not shift around. Jan 12, 2015
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Gurushankar S: Thanks "A" :) Jan 13, 2015
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A shopper asked: The video says this is a green grey fatigue color, but it looks pretty grey from my monitor. However, the photos look more green and closer to the Dakar jacket in color. Is it actually the same as the Dakar or more of a black/grey? Jun 19, 2014
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A s: Definitely more dark gray than green. Jun 19, 2014
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Craig C: The actual color is grey/black. Jun 19, 2014
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A shopper asked: HI, would you recommend this jacket if you have to use it with a EVS BJ33 Ballistic Jersey?
Apr 2, 2014
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Felix M: sorry - just looked at the EVS BJ33 Ballistic Jersey.
Answer: no you cannot wear it under the jacket - unless you only wear the outer layer or order the jacket 1 to 2 sizes bigger.
Apr 3, 2014
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Felix M: The jacket already has 3 layers with 3 zippers and at least one Velcro flap in front - which is sometimes a bit confusing when opening and closing blindly (not in front of mirror).

If the Jersey is really that, a Jersey without buttons and zippers in the front, I do not see a problem.

However, if the Jersey itself has a zipper or flap in front, I (old guy) would start to be confused. I know- each layer has a different zipper-grip so that I could distinguish, but I am not there yet.

The 3 layer thing has to be put in perspective: it is actually 3 jackets which you are wearing on top of each other. The good news: you get 3 really goods jackets and you can mix and match them according to needs (only outer shell on a dry and warm-hot sunny day - all 3 layers on a foggy day in winter).. The bad news: you are managing 3 jackets with pockets and zippers and flaps galore.

For my lifestyle and needs I like the flexibility of mixing and matching and thus accept the complexity
Apr 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have the Olympia Switchback in size M and it fits perfect. Will the Motoquest fit the same? Aug 14, 2015
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Craig C: I was nervous about the sizing so I bought a size up. Glad I did. I fits perfectly. Aug 14, 2015
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Teddy S asked: Does anybody have some dimensions for the armor pockets, especially for the back protector? If not, maybe a picture of the one that's included? Thanks Jun 21, 2014
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Scott W: The back protector is 18 inches long, and 8.5 inches wide at the top, and about 7 inches near the bottom. The corners on the bottom have been dog-eared about 3/4 of an inch. I hope that helps. Aug 2, 2014
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Juan Carlos V asked: Would like to upgrade the shoulders and elbow armor on this jacket for a klim d3o armor Would they fit on this jacket ? Mar 18, 2014
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Citadel S: I'm not sure because I'm not that familiar with the D3o armor. That being said the pockets for the stock armor have plenty of room. Mar 18, 2014
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Ivan M asked: If i want to change the armor of this jacket which one do you recommend? (elbows, shoulders and back). What about forcefield? Jun 4, 2015
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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.

Click here to see the full Olympia Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Ivory/Black / 2XL 940025 MJ219I-2XL In Stock: Ships next business day
Ivory/Black / 3XL 940026 MJ219I-3XL In Stock: Ships next business day
Ivory/Black / 4XL 940027 MJ219I-4XL In Stock: Ships next business day
Ivory/Black / LG 940028 MJ219I-L In Stock: Ships next business day
Ivory/Black / MD 940029 MJ219I-M In Stock: Ships next business day
Ivory/Black / SM 940030 MJ219I-S In Stock: Ships next business day
Ivory/Black / XL 940031 MJ219I-XL In Stock: Ships next business day
Grey/Black / 2XL 940018 MJ219G-2XL In Stock: Ships next business day
Grey/Black / 3XL 940019 MJ219G-3XL In Stock: Ships next business day
Grey/Black / 4XL 940020 MJ219G-4XL In Stock: Ships next business day
Grey/Black / LG 940021 MJ219G-L In Stock: Ships next business day
Grey/Black / MD 940022 MJ219G-M In Stock: Ships next business day
Grey/Black / SM 940023 MJ219G-S In Stock: Ships next business day
Grey/Black / XL 940024 MJ219G-XL In Stock: Ships next business day
Neon Yellow/Black / 2XL 940032 MJ219Z-2XL In Stock: Ships next business day
Neon Yellow/Black / 3XL 940033 MJ219Z-3XL In Stock: Ships next business day
Neon Yellow/Black / 4XL 940034 MJ219Z-4XL In Stock: Ships next business day
Neon Yellow/Black / LG 940035 MJ219Z-L In Stock: Ships next business day
Neon Yellow/Black / MD 940036 MJ219Z-M In Stock: Ships next business day
Neon Yellow/Black / SM 940037 MJ219Z-S In Stock: Ships next business day
Neon Yellow/Black / XL 940038 MJ219Z-XL In Stock: Ships next business day