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REV'IT! Airwave Jacket
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REV'IT! Airwave Jacket

Let the air in on those hot summer days, when the heat of the tarmac seems to burn right through the soles of your feet. There's just no excuse not to get on your bike when you have the REV'IT Airwave jacket. It allows for maximum airflow to keep you cool, whilst keeping you well protected with a combination of durable PWR | shell fabric at the impact zones and strong mesh fabric at the chest, back, and arms. Available in 5 striking color combinations, to match either the black or silver Airwave trousers.

PROTECTION FEATURES

  • Outer shell: polyester 600D, PWR|shell mesh, Lorica reg, polyester rib, polyester 600D EN471
  • Visibility: laminated reflection at upper arms and back
  • Protection:

ERGONOMIC FEATURES

  • Fit: tour fit , regular
  • Adjustability: adjustment straps at hips, adjustment tabs at collar, upper arms and cuffs
  • Ventilation: ventilation panels at chest, back and arms
  • Features: jeans loop, short connection zipper
  • Pockets: inner pockets, slit pockets

Additional Note: The shoulders and side accent panels on the Silver/Neon colorways are black, not dark grey as shown in product image.

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REV'IT! Airwave Jacket 4.4 5 254 254
Great Summer Jacket, Euro Styling, But Expensive. First I'd say the jacket fits great, got a large I'm 6" 185 lbs, 42" chest and it fits well, the adjustment straps at the waist can be used to adjust the bottom to fit. Has nice pockets inside the jacket but I do wish their was an external chest pocket that I could fit my ID into. For the Cost I also think it should come with the back protector, its one of the more expensive jackets and doesn't really offer that many features that some of the cheaper jackets do, also there is no internal liner for warmer wear, hence my deduction of points for bang for the buck. And the lack of Back protection is my reason for the deduction in points in protection, it has the spot for it you can get it but I feel like it should come with it. The shoulder and elbow protection is very comfortable and breathable and seem durable, the air flow is excellent, but like everything if you aren't moving it just adds to the heat. Also something that I find irks me, the zipper is on the wrong side, the functional moving part of the zipper is on the left side of the jacket, I assume its some sort of european thing, but it feels wrong and I still haven't gotten used to it ~ 3 weeks later. September 29, 2014
Perfect summer jacket! This jacket cools very well for 95+ temp/humidity Memphis summers. The adjusters on the hip/wrists/arms/neck work very well and consistently. 4 pockets total, more than enough for my needs. A+ construction with YKK zippers and Rev'IT build quality. I have a 40 inch chest and 30-32 inch waist. The Large jacket fit PERFECTLY. I couldn't've asked for a better fitting jacket on the 1st try! The only complaint I have is the neck cuff can be slightly annoying, but I wear an Under Armour moisture wicking turtle-neck, so I don't feel it. I haven't tested its crash protection, but I'm confident it'll do its job, granted you don't ride like you're on the track. September 29, 2014
This product has great features I liked the Jacket...The only thing I noticed was the size of the mesh is smaller size...(It was mentioned in the review video)...but it sure flows LESS air through the jacket. I does look better, but again flows less air. September 29, 2014
Rev'It! Airwave I have had this jacket for a couple of seasons now and still love it! I hate to ride without any protection and this is as close as I dare get to riding in a t-shirt! Or at least it feels pretty close to me. Here in the Mid-Atlantic there is no escaping the humidity so, you are bound to get a bit warm. But, keep it moving and this jacket stays well ventilated. Sufficient protection to keep you safe as well. I was struck by a car in 2011, wearing this jackets predecessor, and it did it's job! Highly recommended! September 15, 2014
Perfect for hot weather I can ride in very hot and humid FL weather in relative comfort and still feel protected. Fit is perfect for my small frame. September 13, 2014
That dang Euro zipper Overall, very pleased with the jacket. Very well built using high quality materials. Definitely runs on the small side, so bump up a size or two. The neck collar tab sticks out and jabs me about the neck while riding. It will hopefully soften up and drape more with use. The zipper is euro, so the pull is on the left. My fingers are still getting use to that. I feel this jacket will only get better with more wear. September 12, 2014
Air Flow I really liked the fit and finish of the jacket. It has the right amount of Hi-Vis to not feel like a beacon on the horizon and yet still be seen. The armor is a nice touch and stays put while in motion. I am a portly chap and this is money for me absolutely love it and makes such a difference in the high humid 90+ days we get in Nebraska. I liked it better than the Air intake 3 but is has less features September 3, 2014
Great air flow, but... ...That zipper... I bought this on sale and couldn't pass up the deal. The jacket flows lots of air as long as you are moving (even walking). I am 6' tall, 195 lbs, and went with a large after watching the review video. It feels a bit restrictive after the XL Cortech I've been wearing for 7 years. That's OK though because unlike the Cortech, this one feels like the armor will stay in place in the event of a get-off. The collar was annoyingly snug at first, but now that the material has softened up a bit it's fine... I also ordered the Knox TP2 Advance X CE Back Protector which fits in the pocket perfectly and doesn't affect the fit much But the zipper... It's small and it is on the opposite side from what I'm used to in men's jackets. After a month, I still have trouble getting it started, and when it's dark it can be VERY frustrating. Rev'it needs to do something about this. A larger gauge zipper would make this jacket really great... And stop putting it on the women's side! September 2, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Eric W: I love my Ignition 2 jacket, but it is just too warm in the hot humid Nepali summers. I needed something cooler, wanted to stay with a revit product, and this fit the bill nicely. Sep 30, 2014
Michael J: Great hot summer jacket with protection Sep 1, 2014
robert w: Sizing off, should have followed manufacturers sizing Aug 25, 2014
Daniel P: Possibly the best hot weather jacket especially in silver. Flows lots of air but is also sturdily made and it looks great! Aug 16, 2014
Travis E: it was this or Joe Rocket. This won it for me because of the availability to swap out the back plate later and the fact that it was the most reviewed and highly rated item. (sound product) Lastly their hi viz scheme was there but it didn't include a lot of black to attract heat!!! This is a summer jacket. Aug 13, 2014
Kevin K: already had pants, was saving for jacket Aug 10, 2014
Jacob C: The price and after watching the video review seemed like the right fit for me. Aug 9, 2014
John J: Good, basic, lightweight protection when leather is too hot. Jul 28, 2014
Richard A P: A riding friend loves this jacket. Jul 27, 2014
David L: Excellent jacket. Good value. Fits small. Highly recommended. Jul 26, 2014
Ralph C: Because it's hot and this is suppose to be about the coolest jacket I can find. I'd buy the pants too if they were available. Jul 14, 2014
Bob R: Rev'It brand name and past purchases. And I did NOT start my diet soon enough to make it through the summer in my no-longer-fits-me, medium Vanson mesh. Jul 12, 2014
John B: Need a summer riding jacket Jul 12, 2014
Mark P: loaned one from the dealer for about 3 weeks loved it Jul 6, 2014
Plaridel A: I wanted a summer jacket and this one received good reviews. Jul 3, 2014
Ken A: Brand reputation, airflow potential. I will see if I am satisfied with the protection Jul 1, 2014
Matthew P: Needed a summer jacket to use instead of my perforated leather jacket which made me feel like I was dying when it's hot outside. Reviews, ZLA, price, and customer service sold me on this jacket. Jun 29, 2014
vernon k: researched with revzilla Jun 26, 2014
Christopher A: This is PERFECT summer riding jacket. Lots of overall protection, nice stylish Hi-Vis accents and breaths quite well for those summer day rides. Jun 24, 2014
J I: after watching many of Anthony's vids this jacket has the features I want for riding in florida Jun 14, 2014
Lloyd C: Need a cool jacket living in a desert. Jun 4, 2014
Jim M: It's too hot now for my Olympia AST 2 jacket, which doesn't have much airflow. May 23, 2014
Chris P: The Airwave was exactly what I wanted; just a naked mesh jacket. I replaced the armor (which was actually not at all uncomfortable) with some D3O armor I already had, and the combination makes for one of the most comfortable jackets I've owned. The Airwave is, to me, actually more comfortable than not wearing a jacket at all, as it keeps the sun off my arms. It moves massive amounts of air, provides more than adequate protection, and looks great. Another fantastic product from Rev'It. May 20, 2014
Ford R: Looking for a jacket suitable for the hot, dry southwestern summer heat. This jacket seems to exactly fit the need. May 19, 2014
Matthew L: ZLA AWARD AND PRICE May 16, 2014
Jeromy S: Hi viz arms with great airflow for summer. May 15, 2014
Geoff M: video May 11, 2014
Greg W: cost and style. hope it works, $200 a lot of $ for me, but I ride every day. May 10, 2014
Malek T: confort May 9, 2014
John R: Zilla Reviews and awards and have enjoyed quality of all Rev'It purchases so far. May 8, 2014
Paul P: Hot weather gear, trying to look as casual as possible with some protection May 7, 2014
Peter R: I Liked it so much I bought the hi viz version Apr 29, 2014
Basil C: Light weight summer jacket with elbow and shoulder protection. Apr 22, 2014
Sam M: Needed a summer time jacket for my HD, but didnt want all the HD logos and the price mark up. Plus the elbow and shoulder protectors are part of the package too, unlike the HD variant Apr 21, 2014
Lyn L: The cut, size, and style. I got this as a hot-weather option, although it's still not even close to hot here yet.

In person, the jacket looks fantastic. It's extremely cool with regards to airflow.
Apr 20, 2014
Chee Chyn C: I will be riding in a country that is constantly hot and humid. I am hoping this helmet will be do the job of protection with a decent level of comfort. Apr 18, 2014
Kevin W: works with the spine protector and milt layers Apr 10, 2014
Jaber I S M: air flow, design and price Apr 1, 2014
William H: I chose this jacket because it is made for summer and has ballistic armor. I ride with this jacket in 110 F weather in traffic with an air cooled engine and it feels like I'm wearing a t-shirt. Mar 14, 2014
Fernando N: Although there's the new GT Air jacket, I think this has a more relaxed cut. I like that this has bigger panels and fewer parts that means fewer stitches. The only drawback is that, as an older jacket it won't match with the new cooling vest insert. Mar 14, 2014
David M: I needed a summer jacket and this one fits the bill. Revit makes high quality products with attention to detail. It's a great jacket and very breathable. My only complaint would be that it rides up a little in the chest area when seated. Maybe I have a short torso. Feb 26, 2014
Charles B: Great summer jacket! Feb 25, 2014
Jonathon K: Summer riding with protection. If I'm on the road or at high speeds. Feb 24, 2014
Subramanian S: Looks like a pretty good jacket from the customer reviews. I was just looking for hot weather riding and waterproofing is not really a concern for me. Bang for the buck. Feb 23, 2014
Robert D: I chose this particular jacket for its breathability. I am fortunate enough to be able to visit the showroom. Love this jacket. My other jacket is a Klim Badlands. For summer temps the Airwave is a great choice. Jan 13, 2014
Jason W: Great, light jacket. Jan 8, 2014
Rex G: Gift Dec 16, 2013
larry w: High quality jacket for a good price. Works well in very hot temps. Very happy with Airwave pants/jacket combo. Dec 7, 2013
colm m: I needed a cooler vented jacket for the hot and humid summer days. This does the job very well. Nov 3, 2013
Dan S: Referral from a friend who owns one of these jackets Sep 5, 2013
Brenden C: Love Rev'IT and needed a lighter, White summer jacket. Sep 4, 2013
Shane T: great review I especially like the loop on the back. Tired of other jackets riding up on me! Sep 3, 2013
Michael G: Good fit for me and great ventilation at a decent price. Aug 27, 2013
Todd O: I purchased this jacket for our hot summers here in Houston TX and so far so good. Aug 26, 2013
W H: I have a winter/fall coat, but needed something for commuting to work in the 90-100*F & 80% humidity we have in DC. It's great when moving, but if I get caught in traffic then it's drenched central. It's ok till I can afford something better. Aug 25, 2013
Jimmy A: Chosen as a light weight breathable riding jacket for Florida riding. Aug 20, 2013
Kevin B: For the $ it's a great jacket. Air flow works quite well and is comfortable ...2013 BMW G650GS Aug 19, 2013
Richard H: Comfort in hot weather/Protection Aug 18, 2013
William V: needed a summer jacket for deep South. Was this or Tourmaster equivalent. Aug 16, 2013
V E: I commute every day and in summer, my BMW Rallye 3 is too heavy and too hot. Even with all the air vents opened, on the highway, above 80F I was sweating. Not good when arriving in the office. The airflow makes a big difference. Above 70F, this is a really light, comfortable jacket. Aug 9, 2013
A shopper asked: What can be used for replacement of back protector, elbows and shoulder armor? Jan 8, 2013
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Chris P: I happened to have a set of Icon D3O shoulder and elbow pads sitting around, so I tried them in my Airwave jacket. Absolutely perfect fit, and it made an already comfortable jacket even better. In fact, it's now the most comfortable jacket I own. The armor stays in perfect position. The Knox armor that comes with the Airwave is both protective and comfortable, but I'm in love with the comfort of the D3O armor. Aug 21, 2013
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RevZilla: You can use a trimmed SAS-TEC, or the Knox TP2 Advance X CE Back Protectors for the Rev'it! Airwave jacket. As for protection, you can replace the standard armor with the Alpinestars Bio Armor Protection Kit, or the Klim T5 Pro D3O. However, keep in mind that they have a different size than the standard Pro-Life protections, and would probably require to be trimmed to fit properly. Jan 8, 2013
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Johnathan S: I've heard the Knox TP2 will fit in the back but I am waiting for the Re'Vit! Seesoft to get back in stock. Type KN-65 is the one that will fit into this one according to their sizing chart.

http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/revit-seesoft-back-protector-insert
May 6, 2013
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Kris S: The Klim back armor will fit perfectly it the back pocket. Mar 15, 2013
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Diego Lorenzo J asked: Would you use this during spring & fall as well? Aug 20, 2013
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David B: It depends on where you live. I'm in Florida, so I can wear this jacket for most of the year. If the temps drop into the 50's, it can be a bit cool to wear. The jacket allows a lot of air through it, which is good for the hot weather. I also bought the light color so that the jacket would not absorb heat from the sun. The jacket has held up well to a lot of miles. The only thing I would ask them to change is to have a way to snap down the collar flap when open, so that it does n ot blow around and tap against the helmet. I actually used fabric glue to hold it open since I never feel the need to snap it closed. Aug 21, 2013
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Maria K: I wear it alone when the temp is 78 or above. It does not have a liner but you can throw a windproof shirt underneath and get away with temps in the 60's. Out here in CA, morning temps can be 55 and afternoon 95 in the summer and you can make this jacket work for that but if it's not going to get warmer than 75 all day I would wear another jacket. Aug 21, 2013
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Steve B: I live in Yakima, WA. Spring weather can be sunny, but cold in the AM, 36 to 40 def F. I can wear the Airwave jacket over a button up work shirt, and a pull over. But I'm pretty cold by the time I get to the office. I wouldn't want to ride it under 40 degrees if I had far to go. Or if I didn't have a wind shield. Apr 14, 2014
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Eric D: There is plenty of airflow--I am not sure that I know an exact lower temp threshold, but fall/spring mornings and nights would be out for sure. A nice warm and sunny afternoon would be a perfect setting for this jacket though. Remember there is no liner. Aug 22, 2013
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Bryan S: Yes. The jacket is great in the summer but it works well in the spring and fall. Here in Texas we usually have warm temperatures all season and will wear the jacket anytime above 50-55 degrees even if I have a warmer layer underneath.
hope that helps.
Aug 21, 2013
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Chris P: In Florida, or in Maine?
Seriously, the jacket has a lot of mesh and no liner, so depending on your internal furnace I'd say it's good for temps above 60-65 F. Even that might be too cool for some.
Aug 21, 2013
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Steve M: No, I would not consider that a three season jacket. Unless the temps are over at least 80F to 85F I'm not putting the Airwave on. I live in BC and our Spring and Fall is not generally that warm. Aug 21, 2013
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Kenneth S: The airwave jacket lets a lot of air in. It can be used in late Spring/early fall depending on your temp tolerence. I would recommend a wind/waterproof liner for temps below 63 degrees Sep 5, 2013
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John L: For me, it is needs to be in the high 60s to wear it. I live in CO and even some summer mornings it can be a bit cool. Great jacket, but I have other jackets for spring and fall. Aug 21, 2013
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Joseph O: With some cloths under it I will wear it 3 seasons. Cold in the morning wear a shirt and take it off on the way home.
Aug 21, 2013
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Cyrus S: I live in Southern California
The weather is always good here.
Yes I would wear it
Aug 21, 2013
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Cyrus S: I live in Southern California
The weather is always good here.
Yes I would
Aug 21, 2013
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Reginald C: It matters how cold. I could were this jacket until the temp gets down to 70 degrees. Aug 21, 2013
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A shopper asked: I am 6' tall and have a 37" chest. According to the size chart a 37" chest is on the cusp for both a SM (34"-37") and MD (37"-39") size, but my height suggests a LG (39"-41"). I am confused as to which jacket would be the best fit for me; a SM, MD or LG? Does the height factor really matter? Aug 22, 2013
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Jon G: I have a large and a 42-43" chest, I think you'd find it roomy. Nothing that can't be remedied with delicious stew and cupcakes though. Delicious, warm, cupcakes... That said, I'm about 3" shorter than you are and I have quite a bit more sleeve length than I need (my arm-span is 70"). This jacket is supposed to be one of Rev'It's moves toward the "American Cut" so it's boxier than the last iteration. Don't get me wrong, It's still a slimmer fit than most of the other brands out there that I've tried on, but for a tall lanky guy, you might want to look closer at the other euro-fit stuff. I think I was bouncing around between this jacket and the the Alpinestars Verona and the Dainese Air-Flux when I was internet-shopping. Best of luck. Aug 22, 2013
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Brad R: Hi, I just purchased this Jacket and love it. It does fit a bit small, and it a tight fit, I don't know my chest size but I do have broad shoulders. I am 5'11", 195 lbs, and where either a 42T or 44 jacket. I purchased the XL and it fits perfectly especially in the shoulders. Technically the arms might be a bit long (1") while standing, however, once I get on the bike and lean to the bars they are just right, instead of being short like my other jackets are. I wear short gloves so keeping the jacket sleeves long is what I like. Based on what you have said I would recommend the LG and if not for my shoulders the LG might work for me but it is a snug fit. Hope this helps Aug 22, 2013
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Jang K: I'm 5'11", 165 lbs, 40 jacket, regular body type - right in the sweet spot for a large which is what I have. With my chest and back armor, it's just the right amount of snug. If you plan on similar added armor, medium is the way to go. Don't forget, the included back protector is thin and really nothing more than a placeholder for the real thing. Your issue may be the length of the medium due to your height. Measure your current favorite jacket and compare to the Airwave specs. This jacket (and pants) are excellent for the money, IMHO. Aug 24, 2013
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Jang K: I'm 5'11", 165 lbs, 40 jacket, regular body type - right in the sweet spot for a large which is what I have. With my chest and back armor, it's just the right amount of snug. If you plan on similar added armor, medium is the way to go. Don't forget, the included back protector is thin and really nothing more than a placeholder for the real thing. Your issue may be the length of the medium due to your height. Measure your current favorite jacket and compare to the Airwave specs. This jacket (and pants) are excellent for the money, IMHO. Aug 23, 2013
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Walter G: I wear size medium on every single top. I am a regular medium sizer. I bought a size large according to those sizes and it is just in size. If I were you I would think from size large to extra large. Your height is more, I am 5.8¨ tall and it is just in size for me. I would recomend going from L to XL.
Hope this helps
Aug 22, 2013
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ReyAnthony Y: To me it sounds like you need at least a large. The jacket runs about a size smaller. I have an odd build: 5'8"/220 lbs/ 36waist/34inseam. I wear a XL in this jacket but the sleeves are too long. However everything fits well once adjusted. I don't know if that helps but I hope it does. Aug 22, 2013
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Julien G: I think a medium would suit you best. I'm 5'11" with a 38" chest and like the fit of my medium. Height doesn't play a huge factor, but if you go too small and you may have trouble connecting to pants. Aug 22, 2013
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Tom L: Here's my tale. I'm 5'9" but chunky. The large fits fine. I'd err on the high side and go large. Hope this helps. Aug 22, 2013
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David H: This won't help much, but I am 6' with a 44 chest and the large fits perfectly.
Love the jacket, btw.
Aug 22, 2013
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James L: Buy the larger size. they run small Aug 22, 2013
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Sam M asked: I'm 6'4", 220 44" chest. What size would you recommend? XL or 2XL Apr 21, 2014
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stephen y: I would guess 2xl. I'm 5'10 or 11" 200lbs strong build and I have large, but I couldn't put a sweatshirt under the jacket it is tighten the shoulders and arms. but if I got a xl the waist would be to big and jacket would inflate. so thats my guess Apr 23, 2014
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Leonel R: I would say 2XL, maybe even a 3XL. The jacket tends to run a bit small in the arms. I'm a 46 and the 2XL fit ok in the chest, but tight in the arms (they aren't pro wrestler big or Kermit the frog skinny, average at best for 5'10"). Got a 3XL and it worked for me. Apr 21, 2014
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Timoteo E: I am 6'1" , 220lbs. And just received my Airwave XL. It is a nice fit, but a little snug for my liking. I am unable to put it on with a back protector inserted. So I am returning and exchanging it for a 2XL. Hope this helps. Apr 21, 2014
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Craig B: Sam, I'm 6'1" and 215 and have a 2XL...it fits well. I wouldn't go smaller...Great jacket by the way. Apr 21, 2014
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Douglas G: I am 6'2" 225 and opted for the XL. It fits perfect, any smaller would be tight. I would try the 2XL Apr 21, 2014
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chris h: I'm 5'9" 44" chest 185lbs and an Large fits me like a glove. Apr 21, 2014
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Joseph O: X X L I'm 6' 210 with a 46 and it fits fine. Apr 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: Liner?
Insulated?
Waterproof?
Jun 11, 2012
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Ben R: This comes with no accessories. There is no insulated liner. There is no rain liner or rain cover. What you see is what you get.

BTW, I would suggest getting an outer rain suit anyway, you can use it as an impromptu outer thermal layer if needed with any gear, they cut wind as well as stop rain and that is half the battle in staying warm.
Jun 18, 2012
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SprinterNoob: No liner option that I can see, so you'd have to rely on a base/mid layer. It flows so much are that you must call it a summer jacket. Close to zero insulation at speed. It has a zip pocket on the left chest inside with loops to hang a headset from (keeps the cord in place). Velco cinches on wrists and waist but also w/ a jeans snap belt loop. Jun 11, 2012
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Johnathan S: No liner or insulator is included. Also this mesh jacket is not waterproof (are any mesh jackets waterproof?). I would suggest rain gear that goes over this is you are wanting this jacket. May 6, 2013
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Steve B: No liner, not water proof, not insulated. It's a warm weather jacket.
You could probably throw a rain ponco over it though.
Apr 14, 2014
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nikolaus h: It does not. It has no zipper to zip in a liner. So at cold mornings you need separate wind protection. Need rain gear as well. Feb 2, 2013
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ArizonaF800ST: Liner? No.
Insulated? No.
Waterproof? No.

This is a summer jacket at it's best.
Mar 31, 2013
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DarkMark: No accessories. There is a mesh liner that is not removable. Not insulated and not waterproof Nov 6, 2012
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A shopper asked: Hi - another sizing question: 6'1", 180-185 lbs, chest size just shy of 42 (41 3/4?) - don't know if that puts me at the high end of L or the low end of XL? Hate for it to be too tight, but also don't want to be swimming in it. Thanks Aug 11, 2014
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Leonel R: I would go xl. You will want some wiggle room. Considering you want it to flow plenty of air. Plus you can layer up with a long sleeve shirt or sweat shirt when the temps are lower in the morning and hotter in the evenings, as the are in Louisiana at the start of fall and end of winter. Aug 12, 2014
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Eric T: I am 5'7", 165lbs with 42 inch chest and the medium is very tight around the collar and arm pit area. The length of the jacket and sleeves are perfect.

So I am too fat for a medium and too short for a large. You might have better luck than I do!
Aug 12, 2014
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Richard H: I have a XL. I am 6'3" 210lbs , 35-36 inch sleeve. If a Large normally fits you a Large would most likely be the right size. Unless ypu have a long torso or long arms. This Jacket fits pretty true. Hope this helps. Aug 12, 2014
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Todd N: I'm 5'11"
185 lbs
42" chest
The XL fits perfectly
Snugly but comfortably
There is no way that I could fit comfortably into a large
I have two other rev it jackets
Both are XL
Aug 12, 2014
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Craig B: I'm 6'1" and about 215. My Airwave is labeled XXL and it fits perfectly. I have 2 Rev'It jackets and both of them run small. I wouldn't normally wear an XXL but with Rev'It I typically order one size up. Aug 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm 6'4 and am likely going to order this in XXL. My question is, will the tail of this jacket be proportionate to my height or will I be wishing I had bought a 3/4 jacket? Do any other tall riders have this jacket with good experiences? Thanks a lot! Jun 29, 2014
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Niels M: I am also 6'4" and have the jacket. It isn't a 3/4 jacket, but does fit well and the tail gets good coverage. If you have riding pants, they often have a tail as well, increasing the coverage for a more tucked position. I have the matching pants and the resultant coverage is great. Jul 2, 2014
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Douglas G: I am 6'2, 220lbs. I bought the XL. It fits perfect but is a short Jacket meaning it just covers the belt line on me. Nice Jacket, my only gripe is the neck strap is annoying but I think they may of fixed that on the later releases. Otherwise nice jacket. Jul 1, 2014
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shawn s: I am not tall but I can say that the back of the jacket hangs a little lower than it looks in the pictures. Not quite as far as a 3/4 but provides me with great coverage on my GS Jul 4, 2014
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Nick B: I am about 6ft. and the XL fits well, as long as you don't have too much on underneath. Great jacket Jul 15, 2014
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A S asked: Hi, i need to know if this jacket is right for a very warm and humid weather?, I live in Playa, south of Cancun and it is hot all year round, the coldest only 2 weeks around 50 °. which pants do you also recommend? Does the jacket have protection? Jun 21, 2014
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Patty P: The jacket has a high collar which tends to rub on your neck and create heat. That I didn't like. Also the back protection is small compared to some other jackets. It's probably a great adventure touring jacket. But I would rather a sport bike jacket. There are probably some jackets out there with better airflow if on a sportbike. If your riding straight up in a touring style. This jacket might not be bad. Jun 21, 2014
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john m: Wind blows right through it. There are pockets in the shoulders, elbows and back for ce armor. Good protection. But in Cancun Mexico? No jacket will be anything but hot. If you do get it buy the silver color so as to reflect the sun. Good luck and happy riding. Hope this info isnt to late. Aug 28, 2014
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Paul A: This is my summer jacket in coastal South Carolina. Our summers are similar to your year around weather. It has good ventilation and very good armor. Rev'it makes a mesh pant that matches this jacket and it has functioned well for me. Jun 21, 2014
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jerry k: I have not tried any pants yet. Jun 23, 2014
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A shopper asked: hello, i live in Playa del Carmen, a few miles south of cancun mexico, we have a very warm weather all year around and very humid. what jacket and pants do you recommend? all year around is about 95 and the coldest during one week is 50, we get some rain. i would like to place an order Jun 18, 2014
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Tom L: Hi,
I like the Rev'it Airwave. Definitely get something with a lot of venting without sacrificing safety. Color is important. A black jacket can be very HOT!

I also use the Rev'It cooling vest.
Jun 20, 2014
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Richard H: I live in Ft Worth TX area. I am actually cooler with my jacket than without. The air comes in but the sun does not. I can feel the difference. I think you would like it. Aug 12, 2014
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Nick B: Airwave would be fine. Nothing works that well stationary, but keep riding and the ventilation is excellent! Jul 15, 2014
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Peter H asked: The video reference a sub $30 back protector for this jacket. I can't find that sku. Can you help? Thanks. May 22, 2014
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Lee H: The SKU is 511566, but it looks like they're out of stock right now. If you're in the 48, buy the jacket first, earn the $10 in revzilla cash, then use that towards the Revit Seesoft back protector and you only pay $10 more but free shipping! Based on reviews it's far better anyway.

That all being said, I returned both the jacket and the back protector. You can read my review if you care to know why.

Lee
May 29, 2014
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John L: I didnt find it either so I bought the air soft and its fine. A little more money, but worth it May 29, 2014
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chris h: One phone call to Revzilla will answer this question. I put in a Knox I believe it was a TP-2. May 29, 2014
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Sam M asked: Dont know where the answers go, so let me ask again. Im 6'4, 220 lbs and have a 44' chest. What size should I wear - XL or 2XL. If I had the back protector, do I need to increase the size? Thanks Apr 21, 2014
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Steve M: Don't know if this is helpful but I am 5'5", 180 with a 42" chest. I bought a large and added a Knox TP2 back protector and it does not seem to effect the size very much. It does however seem a little snug in the arm pits, although not really restricting... Apr 25, 2014
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John L: The sizing chart worked great for me Im 6 foot 185 pounds and 40 inch chest. I got a large and it fits great. The back protector made no difference in sizing for me May 29, 2014
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Brad R: Definitely 2xl. I am 5'11" and 200lbs and where at 42T jacket and the XL is perfect for me. Apr 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi,
i would like to purchase this jacket i'm chest 100 CM which is a 39.3701 Inches.
can you tell me what size is best for me because?
in the video it says that sizing is different with this model.
Nov 22, 2013
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Rodney S: I can tell u my chest measurement is 42" and I bought an XL. It fits good. This jacket is slimmer in the shoulder and waist than a traditional American cut but still roomier than the early rev'it gear. Sounds like u might be a Large. Nov 25, 2013
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eric r: this jacket does run on the small side...so always do 1 size up from your normal size with rev it products....overall a pretty good jacket Nov 25, 2013
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Wayne M: I have a 40 inch chest and the Medium fits me well. Nov 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does this jacket attach to the Rev'It Airwave pants? Mar 27, 2013
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RevZilla: The REV'IT! Airwave Jacket is able to connect with the REV'IT! Airwave Pants via a short, 8" connection zipper on the back. This will not be as complete of a system as a full or 3/4 zip, but should still do a great job at preventing either from creeping up or falling down. Mar 27, 2013
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JStovall3: Yes, the airwave jacket attaches into the airwave pants via zipper. The jacket also has a built-in elastic loop to attach to belt loops. This information is also explained in the revzilla product video Apr 29, 2013
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Jeffrey L: Yes, comes with a zipper in the back to attach to the pants. Apr 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: I just bought an Ignition 2 in a 48 and it fits perfect; what size Airwave should I order? I was thinking medium. 5'10 155lb 40" chest. Thanks. Apr 17, 2012
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Chris K: The Airwave will probably fit you best in a MD. This should allow a small amount of room underneath for layering, but won't be too loose as to flop around in the wind. Apr 21, 2012
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JD7329: This jacket fits true to size. If you normally wear a med then that should be fine. Apr 30, 2012
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nikolaus h: For what it's worth, Medium fits me perfectly. I am 5'11 177lb Feb 2, 2013
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A shopper asked: What is the sleeve length on this jacket?

When will Revit start making TALL sizes?
Feb 4, 2012
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Hill40: My wife is a clothing technical designer, so this is from the pro. From edge of shoulder to sleeve opening edge, the Rev'it Airwave extra large sleeve length is 27 3/4". Apr 20, 2012
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RevZilla: Sleeve lengths vary with each size, so we would need to know what size jacket you need in order to provide the sleeve length. This is a measurement not provided by REV'IT! and is something we can physically measure for you. While REV'IT! offers Short, Standard and Tall to every men's pant they make, they still do not make any of their jackets in short or tall lengths. Only Firstgear TPG is offered in tall sizes in jackets if you were to look in a similar genre of gear. May 3, 2012
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BritGuy: I'm 6'4 and about 190lbs, my work shirts are 35inch length and this jacket fits be just fine. Revit do long pants but dont seem to do a special cut for their jackets, but honestly i dont think they need to this new style and fit works well and unless you have really long arms i would say this jacket will work fine for you. If it doesn't Revzilla's return policy is really easy so its low risk at best.

Rob
Mar 5, 2012
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Brian S asked: I have a Klim Overland jacket. Do you know if the D3O BP XT Back Protector that comes with that jacket will fit in the Airwave? Will buy the suggested back protector, but trying to see if i can save a few bucks first. Jun 2, 2014
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MIchael G: I have a Klim Traverse. The D3O didn't fit. Not sure if it's the same as in the Overland. I bought the suggested back protector but I found it too bulky so I returned it. (Perhaps it's because I wear this jacket a bit tighter than I do my Traverse) Anyway, now I simply use the foam insert that was provided with the jacket. Not really "protection" per se, but that's where I'm at with this jacket at the moment. Jun 17, 2014
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Niels M: It doesn't fit. I also have the Overland and tried the same thing. Jul 2, 2014
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omar d asked: Hello,
can u help me pick the right size my measurements are:
chest size : 109 cms / 42.9134 inches
sleeve : 68 cms/ 26.7717 inches
Height : 181 cms
weight : 89 kgs/ 196.211 lbs.

which back protector should i buy?

thanks
May 6, 2014
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Thomas P: I followed the size chart based on chest size and it worked well for me. I like the upgrade revit back protector. May 7, 2014
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John L: At the website, click on the jacket, it will guide you to the proper back protector when you choose a jacket size May 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: What's the difference in sleeve length between an XL to XXL? May 2, 2012
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Ben R: In my experience, (YMMV) most XL jackets will technically have the same sleeve length as an XXL within a quarter inch. However when wearing them an XXL may appear (on a smaller chested and smaller shouldered person) to have an extra inch in sleeve length. I used to wear XXL and then lost 35+ lbs. and now wear an XL. I don't think the sleeves on the XXL jackets are actually longer, but because I lost weight on my shoulders and chest the shoulder line on my older/bigger gear falls out and downward which makes the sleeves APPEAR longer than they actually are, but it is actually just loose and floppy around the shoulders that makes it that way.

To put it in perspective, I have a winter riding jacket that is XXL, and I still wear it, but I wear a thick inner jacket under it (when you loose 35 lbs. of fat you get colder easier). When I do that the sleeves are correct. But if I wear the winter riding XXL jacket without a fleece jacket and a long sleeve shirt underneath then the sleeves are 3/4 inch too long, but I think it is not that the sleeves are long it is that the shoulder pads are hanging outward and downward.
Jun 18, 2012
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RevZilla: It is hard to have an accurate measurement as the sleeves are not flat, but there is about 1/2 to 3/4 of an inch difference between the size XL and the XXL. May 9, 2012
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A shopper asked: I'm 6'3 with a 42 chest and somewhat in between sizes on the size chart. What's the sleeve length difference in the L vs. XL? Apr 17, 2012
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RevZilla: There is a 1.5 inch difference in sleeve length between the size Large and X-Large for the REV'IT! Airwave jacket. Apr 23, 2012
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Hill40: After ordering both, I'd say extra large about an inch longer sleeves, as well as overall length. Apr 20, 2012
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A shopper asked: Wondering how the new AirWave differs from the older RevIt Air? Is it basically the same level, or is it an upgrade? Mar 20, 2012
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RevZilla: The REV'IT! Airwave jacket is the replacement of the Air jacket. It features upgraded shell materials as well as elbow and shoulder armor. The fit is also different; the Air was a trim "European" fit whereas the new Airwave has a standard fit. In other words, the Airwave is not as trim as a European cut but less generous than an American cut. Mar 26, 2012
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knastia: Airwave has better quality mesh and loose cut fit. Apr 14, 2012
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A shopper asked: Hi,
Would you please provide a comparison between this Airwave jacket and the Tourmaster Intake Air 2 (build quality, protection, functionality, versatility). I tried the Intake Air on and the 2xl tall fits well and very slight loose. Does the Rev'IT have a comparable size (sleeve length is critical).
Thanks
Jan 18, 2012
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AliB: Doing a full comparison of the REV'IT! Airwave and the Tour Master Intake Air 2 Jacket falls outside what this format can accommodate. If you would like to email us directly at cs@revzilla.com or call us at 877-792-9455, we would be happy to give you more details on both jackets. For comparable sizing, Tour Master runs considerably larger than the REV'IT! brand. If you contact us with measurements, we can make some size recommendations. The Tour Master in 2XL would roughly translate to a 4XL in REV'IT!, but there are no Tall jacket sizes offered by REV'IT! Feb 2, 2012
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Hill40: I can only say this. I own a tourmaster jean jacket. It is made well, and I would recommend it. But I have the Rev'it airwave, and I love this jacket. They are made so well, I would say to go Rev'it with all jackets, they are so well made. Just my opinion. May 1, 2012
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A shopper asked: Is there a denier rating for the mesh fabric used in this jacket? Jan 17, 2012
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AliB: Unfortunately, REV'IT! only provides the Denier for the textile portion of the jacket, not the mesh portion of the jacket. If you are looking for the highest level of abrasion resistance offered in a mesh jacket, you might consider the REV'IT! Turbine jacket that is made with 1200D Schoeller Dynax mesh. Feb 2, 2012
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knastia: Mesh doesn't have rating but the quality looks so much better then any of the other ones I have seen. Apr 14, 2012
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A shopper asked: A friend bought this jacket--hi viz yellow, grey, silver- last year. He had to size up from L to XL. I just ordered (today) the same jacket online . The product notes now say that the hi-viz yellow color jacket has BLACK accent colors instead of dark grey like the picture show. Has Revit changed the color with the same jacket? Feb 18, 2014
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Chuck W: I bought this jacket nearly 2 years ago. I don't think that the shoulder/side panels have changed colors, but when looking at my jacket, I can see where it is difficult to say whether they are black or very dark gray. The side panels have a more open weave than the shoulders (to increase airflow), and seem to look more dark gray as a result of that weave. The shoulders are a tighter weave and look at little more black than the side inserts. Until this question was asked, I would have said that shoulders and side inserts were black, especially when contrasted with the high-vis neon yellow and silver for the rest of the jacket. Feb 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: Would the connection zipper on this jacket match the connection zipper on a pair of Joe Rocket Ballistic pants? Sep 26, 2013
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John W: I am not familiar with Joe Rocket pants. Sep 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will the Forcefield Sport Lite Back Protector Insert fit into the back pocket as a replacement for the stock foam? Feb 21, 2013
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RevZilla: The Forcefield Sport Lite Back Protector Insert will fit in an Airwave Jacket without complication. Please remember to size accordingly. The dimensions can be found on the product page in the product details section. Feb 22, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can anyone directly compare the fit of the Airwave vs. the original Air? I'm skinny and have longish arms; I wear a medium in the Air and overall it fits well -- perfect in the arms, but a bit loose in the torso, and a bit snug across the shoulders. I'm concerned the more generous cut of the Airwave will be way too loose in the body and arms, but if I go down to a small the arms will likely be too short. Jun 10, 2014
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Paul A: I am 5'9" 145lbs. I ordered a small and it fits well. It is a touring fit not a sport fit. The arms measure 20" from pit to end of the sleeve and 26" from sholder seam to the end of the sleeve. With the jacket flat and stretched it measures 22.5" from pit to pit seam. The waist goes from 17" to 20" with the sinches. Hope this helps for comparison. Jun 12, 2014
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SIZING INSTRUCTIONS

We highly recommend finding a cloth tape measure and taking the time to take these measurements.  REV'IT! sizes will not necessarily correlate with fitment in other brands.

  • Chestwidth: Measure from under/top of armpit cross chest to under/top of other armpit, then across back to first armpit
  • Waist: Measure at the hourglass of your torso, (circumference measured at your belly button)
  • Hips: pelvic bone to pelvic bone, the widest part of your hips below the waist
  • Inseam: from crotch to big ankle bone
  • Outseam: from waist to big ankle bone

REV'IT! Unisex Jacket Sizing

Size Chest (in) Ladies REV'IT! Size Mens REV'IT! Size Height
2XS 30-32 32/34 4'9" - 5'1"
XS 32-34 36/38 4'9" - 5'1"
SM 34-37 38/40 -/46 5'1" - 5'6"
MD 37-39 40/44 46/48 5'3" - 5'9"
LG 39-41 44/46 50/52 5'7" - 6'1"
XL 41-44 46/48 54/56 5'9" - 6'1"
2XL 44-46 50/- 58/60 5'9" - 6'1"
3XL 46-48 60/62 5'9" - 6'6"
4XL 48-50 62/64 5'9" - 6'6"
5XL 51-53 64/66 5'9" - 6'6"
6XL 54-56 66/68 5'9" - 6'6"

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full REV'IT! Size Chart
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