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Olympia X-Moto Jacket

Whether touring, dual sport riding or daily commuting, the four season Olympia X-Moto jacket will handle it all.  Tack on the X-Moto Pants for a formidable two-piece combo.

Its “Mega Vent Panel System” allows the X-Moto to transition from solid body, to adjustable airflow construction in seconds, as its  front, back and underarm vent panels zip down and fold neatly into self storage pockets.  A zip off integrated back pack with hydration bladder and expandable zip off luggage system offer major versatility. The X Moto is also equipped with a sporty, waterproof / breathable, two stage, Thermolite lined, inner jacket to deliver multi season, all weather riding comfort.

Features:

  • Outer shell constructed in 500 and 2000 denier Cordura fabric 
  • MVS Mega Vent Panel System at front back and under arms water resistant, see through sleeve storage pocket
  • 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
  • Six storage pockets
  • Integrated zip off back pack includes 1/2 liter hydration bladder
  • Integrated, expandable zip off waterproof  luggage system
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Olympia X-Moto Jacket 4.7 5 85 85
Great Versitility and protection I have worn this at 40 degrees and 90 degrees with no comfort issues. The armor is very flexiable. May 19, 2014
Versatile. Great vents. Trim. Fantastic quality design and features. Super sale price. Bought pants too! Swapped them for a 36. No hassel. May 5, 2014
Excellent product. Tons of features and well built! We purchased this jacket, in a small, for the wife on closeout. I wear a BMW GS dry jacket and honestly wish I had one of these. Jacket is full of features, and the drinking system is an excellent addition. Several inner layers are easily removed (and installed). The inner jacket is an especially nice touch and can be worn off the bike comfortably. Velcro/zippers/stitching is all excellent quality. Extremely adjustable in the waist and arms but doesn't bunch up. Wife already opened up the vents on a rare warm Indiana afternoon and they worked well. Highly recommend, but again, it's the exemplary Revzilla customer service that keeps us coming back. May 5, 2014
Great Jacket for the Money I have had a chance to ride in this jacket in most all types of weather. It does well at keeping you warm( I have ridden in it down to about 20 deg). When all the vents are opened it will keep you decently cool as long as you are moving. It is not as cool as a mesh jacket, but for the protection it offers I feel it is worth the trade off. Rain protection is very good. Most rain it is very dry. I got a bit wet on a 6 hr rain storm recently. I honestly think I would have gotten wet with any jacket it was raining so hard and for so long. I use this jacket as my touring dual sport riding jacket. One of my favorite features is the integrated Water Bladder. This is a great jacket for someone that wants one jacket to do it all.For the money you cannot go wrong IMO. Happy Riding! April 28, 2014
moto-x in summer Rode in my first 90deg day yesterday and venting was nice, though the forearms could use a few ports. Chest venting is excellent. Still waiting for a rainy day to see how "all season" it really is. April 28, 2014
Very comfortable and looks great! I got this jacket on clearance as the price went down over 40% so the value is outstanding! I finally got to try it out over the weekend and I loved it. I took out the first liner and just wore the second liner and outer shell. It was in the 60s and I started getting a bit warm so I unzipped the vents (didn't have to fold back the flaps) and the temperature inside was just right. The airflow even with the liner was just right. I got this jacket because my rev'it airwave flowed too much air for cooler days (awesome when it's hot though) so I needed something a bit warmer. I got the hi-vis yellow color and it just looks cool! I have not tried the camelback yet but was missing it on my ride, next time. The jacket is a bit heavy as are most armoured jackets and with a full camelback it will be even heavier... April 16, 2014
Kept me warm at 19F I've got about 200 miles on this jacket and the matching pants (which I believe are no longer available). I rode today in 19F weather and my torso and arms were fine. Jacket is heavy with all the layers but is breaking in nicely and is becoming very comfortable. I'm looking forward to the summer when I can start taking the liners out and testing the airflow. April 15, 2014
Excellent Quality and Value I was able to pick up the X-Moto jacket (and pants) on closeout and I'm really very pleased with the quality of the jacket. I'm relatively new to motorcycles and I am now replacing my original set of entry-level gear with better quality items. The X-Moto jacket appears to be very well made. Time will tell how it holds up, though I suspect it will wear very well. With the liners in, the fit is perfect for me and with the liners out, it may be only slightly too large. I suppose that's to be expected, though. The waterproof inner liner doubles as a nice looking jacket when removed from the shell. I'm looking forward to breaking the jacket in as it is fairly stiff (as all textiles seem to be). I have not had an opportunity (or need) to open the vents on this jacket. The ventilation does appear to be enormous, though. It should be very comfortable in the heat with all of the giant vent panels open and stored. Clever, effective design. Armor seems decent enough and the jacket has lots of storage and pockets. The rear zip-off pouch is massive. The hydration pack is a little gimmicky, in my opinion, though it seems to be well made and does have the utility of a spare half-liter of water. It zips off easily and the jacket looks fine without it attached. Overall, I am very happy with this purchase and Revzilla shipped it super quick. April 14, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
A W: I bought this jacket as a dual-sporting piece, but have ended up using it for long distance road touring, too. It's one of the best, most versatile jackets I've ever owned! Sep 3, 2014
Michael S: Returned... did not like the fit. Jul 21, 2014
Edward B: I needed sport touring gear for long trips that could handle any kind of weather. Jul 8, 2014
Cheng Q: High quality jacket, got it on a close out deal. I'm 5'7 and small fits me perfectly. Jun 21, 2014
G R: High versatility and great protection Jun 13, 2014
Joseph J: I love this jacket. Very well made. Versatile for different climates. Fits me well. I can't think of a feature I'm not happy with. May 26, 2014
Anthony G: I have watched countless Revzilla product reviews with Anthony (he does a great job BTW) and it seems that this is the jacket that is best suited for the riding I want to do and at such an incredible price too! I am not thrilled with the Hi-Viz color but safety is a major concern when on two wheels so I it is probably worth having the ability to be seen. I ride on and off road and I think this jacket will do both. Thanks Revzilla! May 6, 2014
Jason P: best jacket ive seen to date Apr 28, 2014
Charles H: Great gear Apr 20, 2014
Kon N: Price. But in the end it was up comfortable. Too much going on with this jacket. Effort was there, just too much. Apr 3, 2014
L I: Was a little worried about the bulk of this jacket. It performs great. Apr 1, 2014
Brad S: versatility and good reviews Mar 26, 2014
Christian J: Great price, has the features I want. Mar 21, 2014
Jerry P: True four seasons jacket and the price can't be beat. Mar 13, 2014
Ken S: Great jacket at a great price Mar 9, 2014
Thomas F: I wanted a 4 season jacket that i could wear anytime of the year. I am an adventure rider and need the versatility this awesome jacket provides! All the reviews here on Revzilla and the incredible closeout deal pricing played a big factor in my purchase decision of this jacket. Thanks again Revzilla! Mar 8, 2014
sebastian o: ... it is awesome... 2000D cordura and 500D cordura and EXTREMELY well ventilated... waterproof layer, winter layer, stylish and fitting... and affordable ... could you ask for more?? Feb 26, 2014
Ron W: Price, features,appearance and reputation were the reason for choosing this jacket. Feb 16, 2014
R O: Awesome features, very versatile as a BMW tour guide ... and at a great price. Feb 16, 2014
Enrique G: It has literally everything I been looking for in a jacket. Feb 13, 2014
M M: Sweet coat on sale for a sweet price!! Feb 7, 2014
Chris C: Great value and good reviews. Feb 6, 2014
A L: Great jacket, lots of ventilation and pockets

Warm to 2C/ 36F without heated gear, just the line

Love the hi-viz
Feb 6, 2014
john w: quality and value Feb 3, 2014
Rod M: I like Olympia gear and it was a great price. Jan 31, 2014
Brian C: Fantastic Price. Lots of Tech. into this jacket. Olympia makes good higher end, quality products without insane prices. Jan 31, 2014
Santiago G: Excelent price and quality ! Jan 30, 2014
Marcos G: Excelent price! Jan 28, 2014
David B: Versatility Jan 23, 2014
Salvador S: Same as above. Jan 17, 2014
mohamad s: Planning on long distance traveling... (5000km) Jan 15, 2014
Brian S: Like the matching set, a hydration system is a plus also Jan 12, 2014
James L: General design and quality, large vents and water bladder. Nothing like this for a reasonable price in Australia. Jan 6, 2014
Chris S: Great recommendation from fellow rider, at a great price. Dec 26, 2013
LUIS A: IS A EXCELLENT JACKET WITH MANY FEATURES .... IT COMPARES WITH BMW´S JACKETS BUT BETTER PRICE ! Dec 26, 2013
Dave P: price point, quality Dec 18, 2013
Elias B: How it looks and reviews Dec 17, 2013
ken m: According to what I've read best bang for the buck..the Ast 2(Olympia) being sold out...rain, cold and heat versatility in northwest, a factor. Dec 14, 2013
Greg J: Pity you are going out of these. Would have liked a medium Dec 13, 2013
D H: Great price and Revzilla has been great to deal with Dec 12, 2013
TRAVIS W: I CHOSE THIS PRODUCT DUE TO ITS CONSUMER REVIEWS, AVAILABILITY OF HIGHLY VISIBLE COLORS, AND ITS ABILITY TO MATE (ZIPPER CONNECT) TO THE MATCHING PANTS. Dec 11, 2013
Ed R: I decided to purchase the X Moto pants and jacket over the one piece suits on Revzilla for added flexibility and lower(ish) price. I'm excited to try out all the different liner combinations as I like riding all year enduring many cold temperatures. Merry Christmas to me! Dec 2, 2013
Marcelo M: Versatility, quality,bang of the buck! Dec 1, 2013
Jose F: price, features and water Dec 1, 2013
David W: I currently have an Olympia vented jacket that I really like and needed a more 4 season jacket for adventure riding and a future Alaska trip. This jacket was on sale and it looked like it will fit my needs. Nov 30, 2013
CHRIS VAN K: Saw one while on a riding trip in Europe, was impressed by the quality and venting system. Rene, the owner of the jacket raved about its comfort and quality. Bought one upon returning home. Very happy with the purchase. Very comfortable, excellent venting system, tons of usable storage, haven't had the chance to ride in the rain yet. Highly recommended Nov 30, 2013
Gary M: I recently was totaled out from behind, traveling at 55 mph, by an uncaring driver who told the police he didn't even know he hit a motorcycle. You didn't, you hit the camping trailer I was pulling which in turn pushed into my bike totaling it out. I always ride ATGATT and was wearing an Olympia Moto-X jacket, and although it got torn to pieces, I remained unscathed other than a broken hand and 3 broken ribs. Kudos for my Olympia!!!!!!!!!! Nov 26, 2013
Colin M: Venting, versatility and lots of pockets. Saw it in person, and it looked good, but much better price on Revzilla. Nov 26, 2013
Jerry B: Reputation and price Nov 22, 2013
Paul M: I did a bunch of research on "american sized" as I have a larger frame. I also live in a climate that stays in the high 90's-100's for most of the year so I needed something that could breathe allot. I use the jacket for commuting and longer pleasure rides and so far I like it allot. Nov 16, 2013
Mark D: I was looking for a good 4season jacket at a good price. I looked at the $1000 Klim's and BMW jackets but could not justify spending the money. This was a mid range priced jacket on sale with all the features I wanted. The only downside was I couldn't try one on and there are no dealers close by where I live so I will have to take the chance. Oct 10, 2013
Carson S: I have had a really good experience with Olympia jackets and pants. This addition to my wardrobe will cover all season riding. I have no doubt it will be a perfect fit and very durable and functional for years to come. Oct 5, 2013
Michael M: The reviews were positive on what I was looking for, and the price drop made it that I was willing to chance it. Sep 28, 2013
Peter W: Good features, excellent reviews, and 4 season capability Sep 13, 2013
Perry O: I have other Olympia gear and it has provided great functionality, durability, and comfortable style during riding. No complaints. Sep 4, 2013
Andrew L: Looks to be a great Adv jacket, will update later on when I have put some Km's on the jacket. Aug 14, 2013
Neil W: I like the features, though it's a bit gimmicky. I ride more in hot weather than cold and think this venting mechanism will work well. Also, the hi-viz placement is just right - the right amount in the right places. I have a 4-yr old Olympia AST that paid $350 for and an 8-month old Tourmaster Transition that I paid $99. The old AST, faded, dirty, and worn from near-constant use is still the better jacket. I'm sold on Olympia quality and ready to get back into a jacket I can trust year-round. Aug 14, 2013
Nabil E: A friend has one and likes it, versatile, good airflow and the hi-viz option, now it my turn to try it Aug 13, 2013
Andrew S: I am very happy with my Olympia Nomad jacket for commuting, and the X-Moto pants I bought to go with it. I wanted a touring length jacket with similar features, so an X-Moto jacket is on it's way. Great deal for the closeout price, just wish I hadn't missed the black color in medium. Hi-Vis is smart, just not my first choice..at least it's accents, not the whole jacket (for my taste). I think Olympia builds a rugged, quality product at a fair price. Aug 9, 2013
Amber H: I liked the options, the style, and colors offered. It appears to hit all my needs and wants. Aug 7, 2013
A shopper asked: hi there, i am a big guy 6ft 5 inch / 330lbs. looking for a mesh or textile jacket. The closest jackets ive found to have a chance of fitting are the olympia brands. Any other reccommendations ? thx cliff Mar 29, 2014
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A s: I am 6ft 1in 220lbs with long arms (34/35), have a size L which fits me well, roomy, not too tight. Of course you will have to size up but their sizing guide is accurate. Love the jacket, my only complaints;
-the 1/2 liter hydration bladder is useless (too small), fortunately zips off and I just use a 3L hydration backpack
- the jacket shelll is not waterproof, not even water resistant. I also have the smaller Renegade jacket and found putting the waterproof liner on the outside of the jacket works great so don't end up with 10lb soaked shell. Unfortunately the waterproof liner for the X-Moto is too small to fit over the outside.
I am glad to see the newer for 2014 MotoQuest jacket addresses both these shortcomings and would highly recommend it.
Dave in Gilroy, CA 2 time IBR finisher
Mar 29, 2014
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A s: I'm not quite that big but this is one of the few coats that fits my particular build. I'm 5'10" 230lbs. I have a 3x. It is a nice coat with a lot of nice features. I used it without the winter liner in 30 degree temps and was comfortable. Will need a little break in but overall a really nice coat at a reasonable cost. I ride an HD. This coat is good for a more upright riding position. I hope this helps. Mar 30, 2014
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A s: I'm not quite that big but this is one of the few coats that fits my particular build. I'm 5'10" 230lbs. I have a 3x. It is a nice coat with a lot of nice features. I used it without the winter liner in 30 degree temps and was comfortable. Will need a little break in but overall a really nice coat at a reasonable cost. I ride an HD. This coat is good for a more upright riding position. I hope this helps. Mar 30, 2014
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Stacy M: I'm 6'2" and 260. I purchased this size because I hate my riding jackets to fit tight. A 4X jacket fits me just the way I like. I couldn't say how it might fit for you but the upside is that if it doesn't work, Revzilla has a quick and easy return program. Mar 29, 2014
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LUIS A: REV´IT IS A EXCELLENT JACKET TOO , BUT IT COST MORE ! I ´M SURE THIS IS THE BEST YOU CAN BUY FOR THE MONEY AND YOU WILL SEE THAT IS BETTER THAN MANY OTHER EXPENSIVES , HOPE THIS HELP YOU ! Mar 29, 2014
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john b: Try Klim. Top dollar but top quality. Mar 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: hi could a geigerrig 2L or 3L bladder fit on this jacket hydration backpack ? Apr 30, 2014
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Stacy M: I couldn't give a definitive answer since I'm not familiar with the bladder you mentioned. This jacket comes with a .5L bladder and I believe the pocket is large enough to carry a full 1L. Whether you could fit a 2L or 3L is anyone's guess. The shoulder straps will certainly help with the support. The jacket is fantastic. I've had other jackets and none are as nice as this. The pockets and the venting are incredibly user friendly. The only complaint I have is the chest and back panels completely unzip to reveal large mesh panels. Unfortunately, those surface panels aren't removable. They just tuck into the lower 1/3rd of the jacket. The same applies to surface opals on the pants. Apr 30, 2014
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Neil W: No. Only the stock 1/2-liter water bag will fit. It's the same capacity as your typical water bottle and only meant to stave off thirst between stops. It's not meant to be an all-day supply. Remember, the weight of the water will be pulling against your throat since it's mounted to jacket and not harnessed to your torso like a backpack does. The weight of 1/2-liter is not a problem, but 2-6 times that amount in this arrangement would be a problem. If you need that much water on your person, wear a proper Camelbak. Otherwise, carry additional water elsewhere on the bike for refill purposes. Apr 30, 2014
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john b: Sorry I'm not familiar with those. The bladder, hose and mouth piece that come with the Olympia seem to function perfectly well. Apr 30, 2014
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Timothy B: i have used a platypus 1.8L bladder. u have to work it in, but it fits. May 2, 2014
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Robert G: Sorry! I don't know. May 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the jacket's zipper work with all Olympia pants? Do you know what other brands of riding pants also zip to the X-Moto jacket? Oct 14, 2013
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Lar M: The jacket's zipper does attach to the pants. It's not like the Dianese full wrap-around design but about an 8" strip at the rear. It seems okay and have not had any problems. I think this was done by design; if it had the wrap-around design it might restrict some of the movement you need on a dirt/adventure bike. It does come with an extra zipper strip so you can sew the strip on your own favorite pants if you wish.

I purchased the Olympia X-Moto Jacket and pants about a year ago. It's been a great combination. I really like the zip down vent panels on the jacket. I can start early in a cold morning and easily turn it into a near mesh jacket with protection as the day becomes warm.

If you purchase the pants, I would suggest you anticipate an additional cost to have the pants hemmed. I was okay with this because it now fits perfect with my size, boots and gear.
Oct 14, 2013
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Eric S: I believe it works with all olympia pants, I have the airglide 3 pants and they zip right up. Oct 14, 2013
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Stacy M: The zipper does work with the X-Moto jacket and pants. Although I haven't tried the jacket with other pants, I believe it would be compatible. Oct 25, 2013
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Carey S: I love the jacket, and pants, but have never tried to zip them together, so I don't know the answer to your questions. Oct 16, 2013
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Jeffrey M: so why did you reply? Dec 9, 2013
Juan Carlos V asked: Would like to upgrade the armor on this jacket what would be the best option? Oct 1, 2013
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Roy R: Although I have been happy with the original armor, if I were looking to upgrade I would look at the D3O armor. There are also lots of other options depending on how serious you want your armor, just do a search on Revzilla for armor. Oct 1, 2013
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Juan Carlos V: Would the spidi warrior back armor and the icon d3o elbow and shoulder. fit on this jacket Oct 2, 2013
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Tracie M: I'm happy with the armor as is and haven't considered upgrading. Have no recommendations. Oct 2, 2013
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Donald S: I'm sorry, I don't have a good answer for that. I continue to use the armor it came with for this jacket. If there is an upgrade I would be interested in hearing about it too. Thanks. Oct 1, 2013
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Juan Carlos V asked: Hi would a geigerrig 2 L or 3L fit on this jacket hydration backpack ? Apr 30, 2014
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don p: i'm not sure.. i have put a 1.5L Camelback in there and it fits easily.
i had to "rig" it a bit to get it to stay upright, as the devices which fasten the bladders in place are different on the two types but it worked...
Olympia's 1.0L bladder and long hose work great, and it stays in place via two slots (near the top) which have straps fed through them and snap in place.
So, my concerns would be 1) the physical dimensions of the geigerrig 2L and 2) how to keep it upright and not sag down into the bottom of the "pouch". Looking at pictures of it online, i see a slot in the bag closure system that might work to feed a strap through, if the bladder fits the Olympia pouch in the first place :)
Although i had a larger Camelback already, i'm very happy with the included 1.0L bladder/pouch system Olympia comes with. The entire jacket is really well thought out.
Though i realize it's not pressurized like the geigerrig system. Sorry i wasn't very helpful.
May 1, 2014
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David G: Good question and a point of clarification...
The hydration pouch that zips in to the back of the jacket would not hold anything larger than what is included. I did notice today that the hydration liner that fits inside the pouch is actually 1L rather than the advertised .5L and I can confirm that it does hold an actual 1L. Since I haven't worn the jacket with the hydration pack attached, I can't comment on whether it's comfortable with a full liter in it, only that it's possible. Best of luck!
May 1, 2014
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Guillermo B: Juan, No Its a 1 liter pouch, I dont usually ride with the water pack on. It has lots of space, and bags. You can fit a lot of things in this jacket.

Very comfortable. Ive never used the liner, I ride mainly in hot weather.
May 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the zipper open from the bottom when the zipper is zipped? Dec 5, 2011
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DCOURT: If you're asking about the X Moto jacket, then yes, zipper opens from the bottom when you have it zipped. But that's only true on the outer shell. The waterproof liner/removable jacket has it's own zipper, and that's only one way. Dec 30, 2012
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tjzulu: The correct answer to the question for the X-Moto jacket is "YES" it has a two way zipper that works like a traditional zipper and also a zipper that allows opening from the bottom up, not just from the top down... May 11, 2012
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gbmmo: Yes it does open from the bottom, Jan 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: I'm 6'3", 210lbs, 46 chest, 36" waist and generally wear 36" sleeve length however, like at least 1 inch longer for riding jacket say 37". Would Olympia work? thx BR Apr 29, 2011
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Agent: BRRR

I am 6'3" 195lbs, 43-44' chest.

Not sure if your sleeve length is correct, but if the jacket around the chest fits (I am guessing you may need a XXL unless you like a snug feel) then I would say the sleeve will work as they come down past my wrist. They cover my gloves very well in any position, standing, sitting, etc...
Dec 5, 2011
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DCOURT: BR,
You might want a 2XL. I'm 5'11", 195, 46" chest and generally wear 34" sleeve. The XL is a great fit for me, but I could give back an inch or two on the sleeves and still be fine. You're a little bigger, I think the XL might not quite make it.
Dec 30, 2012
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Chris K: There is about a 1/2 inch difference between the LG and XL. I'm 6'4" and 200lbs and the XL fits me fine in the sleeves, so I think that the XL would be fine for you as well. May 3, 2011
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Juan Carlos V asked: hi could a geigerrig 2L or 3L bladder fit the hydration backpack of this jacket ? Apr 30, 2014
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Lar M: Hello Juan,

I don't think the larger bladder would fit. The small backpack and 1L? bladder that is included with the jacket is best for a day trip. If you need more, a separate backpack would be needed. After two years, I am really happy with the X-Moto jacket.
May 2, 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.

Click here to see the full Olympia Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 2XL 594734 MJ151B-2XL Out of Stock
Black / 3XL 594735 MJ151B-3XL Out of Stock
Black / 4XL 594736 MJ151B-4XL Out of Stock
Black / LG 594737 MJ151B-L Out of Stock
Black / MD 594738 MJ151B-M Out of Stock
Black / SM 594739 MJ151B-S Out of Stock
Black / XL 594740 MJ151B-XL Out of Stock
Neon Yellow / 2XL 594748 MJ151Z-2XL Out of Stock
Neon Yellow / 3XL 594749 MJ151Z-3XL Out of Stock
Neon Yellow / 4XL 594750 MJ151Z-4XL Out of Stock
Neon Yellow / LG 594751 MJ151Z-L Out of Stock
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