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Ever since REV'IT! dropped the original bombproof mesh jacket - the Turbine from their line up, they've been overwhelmed with requests for a Turbine 2.0. With the REV'IT! Chronos GORE-TEX Jacket, they offer the next generation and a bit more! The outer shell construction features large air mesh panels for optimal ventilation, excellent reflection and plenty of adjustment features for fine tuning the fit.
On the inside, you'll find ProLife armor at the shoulders and elbows and a comfortable mesh lining. The bonus feature is the removable and separately wearable GORE-TEX waterproof Soft Shell jacket that is a beautiful garment on its own. The standalone garment is incorporated into the Chronos GTX Jacket to provide warmth, waterproofing and wind protection. The Chronos Jacket pairs well with both the new Neptune GTX and Poseidon GTX Pants, both of which feature direct ventilation on the upper legs.
Outer Shell: Polyester rib with Teflon coating, Dynax mesh, PWR shell 500D stretch with Teflon coating, Lorica
Waterproofing: Detachable 3L GORE-TEX inner jacket with a soft backer
Breathability: Detachable 3L GORE-TEX inner jacket with a soft backer
Visibility: Laminated reflection at the upper arms and back, reflective logo at back
Fit: Tour fit, regular
Adjustability: Flexisnap, adjustment strap at upper arms, adjustment tabs at waist and cuffs
Ventilation: Ventilation panels at chest, back and sleeves
Features: Prepared for Challenger Cooling Vest insert, prepared for Vest Connector HV double long and double short connection zippers, separate wearable GORE-TEX inner jacket with a soft backer for everyday wear
Great for warm weather
This jacket is this first for me to offer too much venting. That's not a bad thing it just requires the liner below 65 deg. to stay warm. Excellent purchase.
May 12, 2014
Fantastic spring/summer/fall option
I just got back to Baltimore after visiting the Philly store and purchasing this jacket. I've been in the market for a summer-only jacket with a max budget of $400, but after trying on a number of different options in that category, I decided to spend a few more bucks and pick up the Chronos.
Quality - The jacket feels well put together when compared to most of the others I tried. The others weren't cheap feeling, but you can tell this one will outlast them.
Fit - I'm 6'0, 195 (just like the guy in the video#, and this jacket in L felt great with or without the liner. I typically don't care for removable liners because it's hard to get a comfortable fit for all configurations. If the jacket fits well with the liner in, then it's baggy with it out. If it fits well with the liner out, it's restricting with it in. This jacket is not like that at all. It has a nice cut, it has soft stuff in all the right places, and sealing up the collar is not uncomfortable thanks to the adjustable snap thingy. I also really like the length of the jacket and extra material on the backside. The sleeve length is also perfect for me. I tried on a couple Klim jackets and the sleeves were shortish.
The liner - This isn't really a liner. It's pretty much a goretex spring jacket you wear under the shell. They have half a dozen snap tabs to hold it in, but I don't see the point of them other than being able to call it a liner. I will probably just treat it as a separate layer. It is very nicely built. The microfleece inside feels great with a t-shirt on.
Pockets - The shell and the liner both have inside pockets and side pockets. The chest pocket is a bit perplexing to me. It's like the size of a change purse. Not sure what you're supposed to do with it. Toll money I guess?
Airflow - I started back to Baltimore in about 60 degree overcast weather. It was about 55 on the way there, and I was getting pretty cold in my leather with the quilted liner in. I left the liner in the Chronos for the ride home and also wore a long sleeve base layer with my t-shirt. I was plenty warm, but I don't think the jacket is going to be appropriate much below 55.
As I got closer to home, the sun came out and somebody turned on the heat #finally). It got up to around 80, so when I stopped for gas I took out the liner and shed my base layer. So now I had just a t-shirt and the shell on. Airflow was great and I was very cool at speed. It's probably possible to get more airflow if that's the parameter you want to maximize, but this jacket provided ample cooling at speed. At stoplights it started to heat up some, but that would be hard to avoid in any jacket.
I took a star off on the style category because I really wanted a hi-vis jacket, and they only offer it in grey and black. They offer a hi-vis vest to attach, so I bought that, but I kinda regret it. It's expensive and not very well-made. It doesn't really fit the jacket very well so I may try to fix that with some fabric tape.
I also gave it 3 stars for bang for your buck. Sorry, this is a fantastic jacket and fits my needs best, but it's not for the value-shopper.
One last thing - The Revzilla staff are fantastic. This is my second trip to the Philly store, and both times they were extremely helpful, knowledgeable, attentive, and patiently allowed me to go through the process and make my choice. Thank you Revzilla!
May 8, 2014
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