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REV'IT! Defender GTX Jacket (Size 3XL Only)
  • REV'IT! Defender GTX Jacket (Size 3XL Only) - Black
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  • REV'IT! Defender GTX Jacket (Size 3XL Only) - Silver/Black
  • REV'IT! Defender GTX Jacket (Size 3XL Only) - Silver/Black
  • REV'IT! Defender GTX Jacket (Size 3XL Only) - Silver/Black
  • REV'IT! Defender GTX Jacket (Size 3XL Only) - Silver/Black
  • REV'IT! Defender GTX Jacket (Size 3XL Only) - Silver/Black
  • REV'IT! Defender GTX Jacket (Size 3XL Only) - Silver/Black
  • REV'IT! Defender GTX Jacket (Size 3XL Only) - Silver/Black
  • REV'IT! Defender GTX Jacket (Size 3XL Only) - Silver/Black
  • REV'IT! Defender GTX Jacket (Size 3XL Only) - Silver/Black

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REV'IT! Defender GTX Gore-Tex Jacket

Make it safer. Make it lighter. Make it stronger. The fifth generation of adventure jackets since the groundbreaking original Cayenne jacket. The Defender GTX sets a new standard in apparel for the adventure and serious touring rider. Every stitch, reinforced. Fabrics which are both lighter and stronger. A new DWR coating prevents water from soaking the outer layer, while the removable GORE-TEX Performance Shell removable membrane ensures the highest level of waterproofing and breathability, guaranteed. Superfabric ceramic panels and SAS-TEC armor protect, while huge vents, large pockets, glove friendly pull-tabs, and a great Exkin Air thermal liner complete the package. Every aspect of the Defender GTX was designed for easier use, and more abuse than the competition, period. This jacket forms a recommended combination with the DEFENDER GTX Pants.


  • Outer shell: Cordura 500D ripstop with Teflon coating, PWR|shell 500D with Teflon coating, Cordura 1000D ripstop with Teflon coating, SuperFabric, Neoprene
  • Insulation: detachable Exkin Air thermal liner
  • Waterproofing: detachable GORE-TEX Performance Shell LTD liner
  • Breathability: detachable GORE-TEX Performance Shell LTD liner
  • Composition: 
    • outer shell: 100% polyamide
    • lining: 67% polyester, 33% polyamide
    • thermal liner: 100% polyamide (insulation 100%polyester)
    • membrane: 73% polyamide, 27% Gore-Tex membrane (ePTFE)
  • Protection:
    • SaS Tec CE protection at shoulders and elbows
    • Back Protector (sold separately):
      • Seesoft Back Protector -Type ST
      • Type ST / Size 11 fits SM-MD
      • Type ST / Size 12 fits LG-2XL
      • Type ST / Size 16 fits 3XL
  • Visibility: laminated reflection at chest and back


  • Fit: tour fit, regular
  • Adjustability: UTA | tab at cuffs, flexisnap, adjustment straps at waist and upper arms, adjustment tab at under arms, adjustment drawcord at hips
  • Ventilation: VCS I zippers at chest, back and under arms, VCS I panels at the chest
  • Features: collar hook, COOLMAX mesh lining, long connection zipper and double short connection zipper
  • Pockets: waterproof stash pockets, slit pockets, membrane storage pocket, inner pockets


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.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 3XL 720663 8700001132237 Out of Stock
Silver/Black / 3XL 720669 8700001132350 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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REV'IT! Defender GTX Jacket (Size 3XL Only) 4.6 5 72 72
Excellent Product. For all season weather Only thing i want to add is the sizing. Calculate for the three layers. If you chose a XL and it fits snuggly for all three layers, in summer when you remove two of them, you are probably wearing an EXCEL. The proble is the arms are loose, the shoulders are loose and the protections end up sliding all over the place. I have attached welcrow on the arms that can be adjusted based on layers which ensures the sastech actually protects. Utility value is very high and vents unbelievable. On Super hot summer days there are times i ride with zip 1/4th down to let more air it. Its obviously not a Mesh jacket to expect to send all the air to the body. If its regular summer the ventings gush in air well enough to keep you warm. With all three layers the jacket is plenty warm. With no layers the jacket was warm at 45. I am sure it can manage much lower with thermal and goretex layers. Just ensure if you will be using all three layers and size accordingly. TO me the jacket fits slightly bigger. I am 6,1, atheletic build and usually wear 16.5, 35/36 sleeve or an XL shirt/tshirt. I picked XL and its definitely bigger. L is the right size for the above dimension. October 9, 2015
JUST OK FOR CLOSE-OUT PRICE I bought this jacket about a month ago from another retailer for 1/2 price of $700. It is barely acceptable for that price. It's not worth a penny more. After 3 weeks the draw cord at the ham pulled out...I don't remember an incident, I just noticed that it was hanging there. The cut of the arms has already been commented on by others but I have to say that Arnold must have modeled for the seam sewers. I find that a separate Gore liner is a cheap solution for a $700 jacket. For that price, The Gortex membrane should have been applied to the outer shell (see Klim Apex!). The separate liner adds bulk and is hot - it defeats having vents. I can just imagine what it will be like to get that thing placed inside the main jacket and all zipped up in a rainstorm while parked under an over pass (in the dark). Another gripe is when the other day I got a taste of cooler weather riding, I found that this is not a warm jacket either. There is a space between the top of the main zipper and the cinch, or whatever you call it, that snaps to the collar. The wind gets in there so you will need to have some sort of neck gaiter with you to remedy this design failing. Because of the separate liner and gortex insert, this jacket is somewhat tight with the liners in and somewhat baggy with them out. Also, for a $700 retail, they can't put a real piece of armor in the back??? Just a useless piece of foam? C'mon Revit...for 700 bucks retail, couldn't you have done better than that??? I suppose that I will have buy a Revit pant to zip in at some point but after that, because of poor design, poor execution and general lack of quality/dollar, I will look elsewhere for motorcycling apparel. Thankfully, I only paid 1/2 price. September 30, 2015
Great jacket The airflow is very good. The outhershell is pretty thin which help for the airflow but I am not sure for the durability and the protection. It is very well made with a lot of feature as armor in the elbows and shoulders. The outhershell is not waterproof and there is a goretex layer that you can put. This layer act as the waterproof membrane as well as a wind jacket. Finally, in cold weather you can also put the liner but the jacket is pretty tight when you have all the layers. To me this jacket does it all. September 14, 2015
Nice jacket, shoddy workmanship I've been riding with this jacket over six months now, so I believe I have solid grasp of quality and usefulness. For reference of this review, I'm 5'9 225 with broad chest and shoulders, I ride a supersport touring bike with a large aftermarket windshield. I bought the upgraded back armor, as the junk that comes with it isn't even worthwhile as a placeholder for the armor pocket. Ventilation is lackluster.... at least compared to what I was expecting. Fit of the jacket is a little smaller than I expected but still comfortable, at least until I need the thermal liner, that's when things get a bit snug in my gut area (which I could stand to reduce a bit, but that's another story). The reflective features are spot on and very very effective. They seem to hold up well to my daily commute and whatever weather I can throw at them, there's no degradation of them to this point, which is around 15k miles. The wrist cuffs are well designed with velcro closures AND zippers which allow you to adjust once with the velcro and take on and off with the zipper. This basically eliminates that pesky worn out velcro you always end up with after a while, however, once I tightened the wrist cuff to a comfortable fit there was about 1.5 inches of male velcro hanging off that snags on anything that gets near it. A longer matching section of velcro on the wrist fabric itself would solve this problem so I'm not sure why this wasn't designed into the jacket. Now to my major complaints. For the record, revzilla offered to trade out my jacket for another one but I would have to return the original first and then wait for them to receive it and then send me out a new one.... I'm admittedly not a patient person so I just stuck it out with the one I had. The first week I had the jacket I opened the left breast pocket which is secured with a very good quality high strength velcro - which promptly ripped the stitches that held it onto the jacket, now i have a long floppy piece of velcro to rearrange whenever I access this pocket by carefully pulling the velcro from the opposite side of the tear. Two weeks later while riding, I opened the right breast vent pocket during some warm weather. This flap locks open using a little metal button which is not only stylish but terribly conventient, at least until the button self destructs. As I tried to secure it the whole button split in two and separated from the jacket rendering that right side vent pretty much useless. All in all I'm terribly disappointed with the quality of this product line considering the premium price tag associated with them. I won't be purchasing this brand again. August 29, 2015
Great deal on Sale!! The jacket fits well except in my arm length. I am 5'9" and 44 Chest and ordered a XXL as there were no XL left. Chest and length are good. This jacket has kept me dry and cool during a rain storm. will be going on a long tour will follow up with any updates. The armor is very comfortable as it conforms to my joints. Venting works well even with Gtex liner on. Stayed very comfortable. June 18, 2015
Lots of features that actually work! A great value for a high quality versatile jacket. Watching the highlite video on Revzilla may have you rolling your eyes at all the whiz bang features listed for this jacket. But much to my pleasant surprise, they actually work! Vents are well placed and the 3-D mesh coupled with the sleeve ventilation kept my more than comfy even with the rain liner in. Fit and finish are likewise impeccable. June 3, 2015
Good, close to great ... when on sale The good: Very comfortable, looks great, warm w/ liners in, cool w/ liners out and vents open. With liner management I think I could easily use this jacket from 40 deg (w/ a base layer) to about 90 deg. Very nice build quality and stitching. I went down pretty hard going about 35 mph and it is indeed crash worthy. No seam damage or rips. Jacket was very dirty, but cleaned up amazingly well. I was very very impressed at how there was no damage and only two very small stains I couldn't get out. Forearm and shoulder armor did a great job. Nothing sore, no bruises. I was wearing a separate back protector and had made modifications to keep the forearm armor in place (see below) The not so good. Rev'it cheaped out on the back protector. Give me a real back protector for a $700 msrp! Arm fit is bad. Unless you are Pop eye you are going to have a lot of baggyness in the bicep and forearm. The bicep area had an adjustment which does a good job taking up the slack. The forearm snap adjustment... not so much. I actually added a 3rd male snap on the forearm adjuster to help keep the armor in place. Glad I did! On the upside you could fit aftermarket arm guards underneath if you ride offroad. Arm fit is completely different than the sands 2 jacket. Bottom line; Pretty d*mn good jacket at 350 - 400 dollars. Put a little money into it to get the fit/back protection right and you will have a nice jacket that will last a long time. When not on sale, pass. May 27, 2015
Terrific value; a great blend of form and function After an extensive search I bought this now-on-clearance jacket and am not disappointed. Still not cheap, but a much higher quality product than any new-model jacket I could find at this price point (including Sand 2). Very high quality fabric mix, and a thoughtful pocket/vent design that works well. Top notch stitching. The rain barrier has proven an effective windblock and has been helpful for cool spring riding. Collar height is just right for neck coverage without interfering with the helmet. I'm 6'0", long-ish arms and slim (suit jacket size of 34 Long) and bought the L. It's a snug fit but I like it; feels securely connected, a tailored fit, not sloppy. If I were any bigger or longer this size would be too small; the L is not for those with thick arms belly or chest. Note that the Revit back protector for this jacket no longer exists. I was directed by Revzilla staff to a suitable replacement (Klim D3O Viper T5 Pro Back Protector) and it seems excellent, well sized to the pocket and I sense no change in the jacket's overall fit. May 14, 2015
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REV'IT! Defender GTX Jacket (Size 3XL Only)
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
J M: Needed a new cold/wet weather jacket and the reviews and tech looked good. After a few weeks of rain I can say this thing is awesome no more wet shirts when I get to work Nov 7, 2015
Steven R: Recommended winter jacket, with a decent price. Nov 3, 2015
Joshua B: I took a chance on a brand that I wasn't familiar with and am so glad I did. This jacket super high quality and very versatile in any kind of weather and at any temperature. I love it. Aug 9, 2015
M O: I wanted an all weather jacket as I travel full time and MANY miles. Jul 17, 2015
E N: had my eye on it for quite a while, best for touring and loved the closeout Jul 11, 2015
O F: Bought this in 2011 and still using it as my main riding gear. I ride all year long in Tennessee and commute an hour each way to work. It has held up really good. I was a great purchase and worth the price.( I do go with a mesh jacket in the summer). May 6, 2015
Braden K: Gore Tex and looks to be a well thought out design May 5, 2015
Shaumbe W: It's on Sale. It's Gore Tex and it's a "4 Season jacket". Apr 23, 2015
Allen M: The quality and performance is unbeatable. The sale price saved me 50% on local shops Apr 12, 2015
charlie s: Decided to buy this because the lady friend needed a new jacket and the price was right. Great quality, but it built for someone who has the stature of Popeye and has HUGE forearm; Even a size small has massive forearms... Apr 3, 2015
Alfredo D: Lightweight, strong, comfortable and Gore Tex Mar 31, 2015
Mark G: Defender has almost everything a top shelf jacket does at hundreds less; also got a Cayenne Pro for $360 when the Everest came out Mar 28, 2015
Evan D: Well im a new to motorcycles,and I was concerned with protection. This jacket (after closeout) seemed like a no brainier in terms of functionality and protection. I was looking at the REV'IT! Levante Jacket which im sure would have been fine, but when this jacket went on close out it seemed line a huge upgrade in every way especially only being 100 dollars more. Also im sure this jacket will last longer and if I get into long distance riding it will be much better. Mar 19, 2015
carl p: new to the sport of motorcycling and I am looking for a jacket that will provide protection. I read the reader reviews and this seemed to fit the bill. Feb 24, 2015
Tom W: Phone conversation with one of the employee's at the store. I also tried it at Bob's BMW and they are retailing it for $550.00. They had a 2X on the rack, so I know it fits. Plus I had some Zilla cash left over. I'm interested in pants, but not in the budget for a few more weeks. Will use this jacket on a upcoming trip in Arizona. Feb 24, 2015
esteban a: value for a back up jacket and limitation of choice in larger leather sizes Feb 16, 2015
Mike M: A friend highly recommended it to me. Feb 6, 2015
A s: I have been wanting this jacket for years, but could never pull the trigger on the $800 price tag. I decided to treat myself to a retirement gift. When I went to RevZilla to purchase it, I found it at $399! Got the pants with the savings!!!! GREAT jacket!!! Feb 4, 2015
Jason S: bang for buck! Feb 3, 2015
John C: Value for money for an all season, Gore-Tex riding jacket, and the reputation of Rev'IT, along with the excellent demonstration videos and reviews on the site. Feb 2, 2015
Barry W: This is a fantastic jacket at an even better price.. Gotta love Revzilla! Jan 15, 2015
Andrew M: I think I got lucky to find this on close-out. Just received and fit and finish is fantastic. Got the Sas-Tec back protector with it. Very happy with how it looks and feels out of the box. Jan 10, 2015
Naomi K: Already purchased one and love the versatility and price. Just bought a second for my second home. Jan 7, 2015
DeLeon A: Have a long trip coming up and wanted to upgrade to a jacket that could handle most, if not all, of the elemental changes that I would be experiencing. I really like the cut and material finishes of Rev-IT jackets, and the fact that this jacket has Gore-Tex is a major plus for me. Dec 15, 2014
Carlos C: I have the revit sands 2 which is a great jacket... So once the price came down over 40% on the defender it was a no brainier. Dec 15, 2014
Blair C: Looks to be a high quality jacket at a very good price. Dec 3, 2014
Julio G: Good Price for all the features included in the jaccket!!!! Nov 28, 2014
Michael H: Black Friday Sale! $300 off!! Nov 28, 2014
Max G: It is part of the gear i decided to buy for my first trip to Chilean patagonia. My decition was taken after looking at Anthony's review at Revzilla, plus those published by customers who already bought the product Sep 26, 2014
Jean Francis R: To cruise to Uruguay Jun 2, 2014
Vint B: I liked the features of the jacket and matching pants. May 2, 2014
dlg management llc d: great four-season jacket, fits tight, but its nice enough to wear off bike as well. Mar 21, 2014
Donato D: Lower profile colorwise compared to Poseidon GTX and cheaper too. Dec 8, 2013
David V: Florida weather. Gotta be ready for anything. Sudden showers and temperatures in the mid 90's, both at the same time, is a daily occurrence in the summer, and it's only slightly less hot and wet the rest of the year. Taking the Gore-Tex liner out and stuffing it in the giant back pocket is a boon on hot clear days, because clear days often still have rain showers around here. Aug 14, 2013
A shopper asked: Is the main zipper a two-way zipper? Dec 11, 2014
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Arsenio G: No it is not. But it is a great Jacket, very versatile, confortable and it is on sale¡¡ Very well made and the waterproof liner works wonders. At the actual price it is a bargain. Dec 11, 2014
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Christoher L: No. The zipper is very easy to use. Large for use with gloves. Dec 15, 2014
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Di M: no it's not. Just regular main zipper Dec 12, 2014
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Ryan V: No, only sleeves zippers are two-way Dec 11, 2014
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daniel g: No. Single zipper. Dec 11, 2014
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Raphael M: No it's not . Dec 11, 2014
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Wray B asked: Is the main zipper a two-way zipper? Dec 11, 2014
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Timothy F: It isn't, but the jacket falls just below the waist, so it doesn't bunch when I'm seated on my bike. Dec 11, 2014
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Rumen D: No it's 1 way zip. Dec 11, 2014
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Rumen D: It's one. Dec 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a 40" chest and was planning on buying the medium size. I am also planning on buying the Sas Tec back protector which will obviously take up space inside the jacket. I don't mind a snug fit and prefer a more form fitting look without being restrictive. Should I stay with the medium or size up to the large?

Same question for the pants, 32" waist and plan to buy the Sas Tec hip protectors. Should I order Pant size medium or large?
Jan 28, 2013
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RevZilla: It is not necessary to increase the size of REV'IT! garments to accommodate the SAS-TEC protectors. You will be removing the temper-foam pads that come in the garments and replacing them with the SAS-TEC which is only marginally thicker. Here are some ideas of what you can do with the pads you remove: the back pad could be used as a (very) small yoga mat or (very) large mouse pad, and the hip pads would make excellent drink coasters for your coffee table. Jan 30, 2013
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Kei K: i have a 40 inch chest, usually wear a 50 in dainese, 5 ft 10 180lbs. i ordered a large and was a little too big everywhere especially the arms and sleeves were too long..... had to swap for a medium for a tighter fit .... but this is all personal pref Dec 4, 2014
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SlightlyOldGuy: I don't know about the pants, but I think the jacket will definitely be very tight on you with the back protector and both liners installed. Apr 2, 2013
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Blair C asked: Hello Everyone. I just received the Defender jacket and I’m trying to decide if I should keep it or not.

Has anyone else noticed either of these concerns, and did it become an issue?
-The forearm area seems to be designed for Popeye (i.e. they are HUGE). With both liners installed, the large forearm area seems manageable but when both liners are removed, there is a ton of extra space and it seems unlikely that the armor would stay in place if I was to need it. All other sections of the jacket fit as they should.
-The “Flexisnap” (adjustable collar snap) doesn’t seem to stay in place while wearing the jacket. So far, I’ve only tried the jacket on but the adjustable collar will easily move to the largest setting while making natural movements in the jacket. I do not have a thick neck (I would prefer the collar to stay in the middle of the adjustment strip) it just seems like the adjustment won’t stay in place right out of the box. I’m not sure if this is a problem with the particular jacket I received or if this is common for all.

Any feedback at all would be appreciated!
Thank you!
Dec 18, 2014
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Oliver K: I am having the same issue with the loose forearm area. Just bought the jacket and am debating whether I should return it. I noticed this problem in other textile jackets, too, although less pronounced (no issue in my leather jacket). Is that the price you pay for versatility/layering option? Too bad there is only a 2-buttom snap adjuster on the forearm. Great jacket otherwise. Dec 19, 2014
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Andrew M: I agree the sleeves could cinch down tighter but I didn't notice until you mentioned it. I only have real snug sleeves on my leather jacket. I still love the Defender. Jan 21, 2015
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A shopper asked: Sand 2 XL jacket fits me perfect, and XL long pants as well. Should I want the same sizes in Defender GTX ? Nov 29, 2014
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Mark W: Sorry, I do not know how the Sand 2 XL fits. However, I am 6' 1 1/2" with a 46 chest. The Defender fits quite snugly with all of the stuff, ie gore-tex liner and warm liner but this is the way I like it. I used to race bikes for many years and know that if you end up kissing the pavement, you want a snug fit. I will also say that it is the best jacket that I have ever had, it really does work as in breathing, waterproofing and warmth. I would buy it again in a heart beat. I also have the See-soft back. Nov 29, 2014
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Michael H: They should. The Rev'it sizes seem to be pretty consistant. I have the airwave pants and levante jacket both in large. I purchased the Defender pants and jacket and both fit perfectly. Dec 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: What size SAS-TEC Back Protector should be ordered for the Rev'IT Defender GTX Jacket in size XL? Aug 24, 2011
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Marcelo S.: Regular size would be fine because the size compartment for the back protector doesn't change that much for the jacket sizes Aug 25, 2011
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Stevan P: You would need a SC-1/12 Aug 26, 2011
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david w asked: Will this product work well with other pants? The defender pants are sold out for short guys like me, both her and most other sites (unless I want to pay $600+ for them). Will this jacket work well with other riding pants? Dec 12, 2014
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Andrew M: I paired it with Klim Dakar pants. Jan 21, 2015
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A S asked: Does this jacket have a built in area for a water bladder? Dec 1, 2014
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Michael H: Not for a camelback type water bladder. There's a rear cargo pocket below the waist that could potentially hold a water source...? Dec 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: I live and ride for the most part in SoCal and overheating is a main concern. I want a durable jacket that ventilates well. Considering the shell only how does the breathability of the fabrics, the ventilation, and comfort range of the Defender GTX compare with the new Sand 2? Durability and warranty are also a consideration, thanks. Dec 27, 2012
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SlightlyOldGuy: The Defender GTX has been the coolest non-mesh jacket I have worn. I believe it will be considerable more comfortable than the Sand jacket. The only thing I didn't like about it was having to install the waterproof liner if it rained. I wore the Defender in 105 degrees in Colorado and was only slighty hot. No other non-mesh jacket has come close to that level of comfort. Apr 2, 2013
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A shopper asked: Are there any plans to come out with a High-Visibility color version of the Defender GTX Jacket? Oct 24, 2011
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Chris K: Not that we've heard of yet. The Legacy will be available in a High-Viz, but nothing on the Defender. Oct 28, 2011
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A shopper asked: I have a rev'it sand jacket but the hydra liner leaks a bit in the arms. I would like to upgrade the liner to GORE-TEX since it just loves to rain here in the PNW. Jul 12, 2011
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Stevan P: REV'IT does not sell the liner separately, however, if your liner is leaking it could be covered under the manufacturer's warranty. We suggest contacting Customer Service 888.792.9455 9am-7pm EST Monday-Friday. Jul 29, 2011
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A shopper asked: How close are the sizes to the First Gear Rainier Pro. I have an XL Jacket and the 38 pants. Both are just a little snug. May 9, 2011
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Chris K: REV'IT! fits a bit more snug than FirstGear, so I would size up, especially if what you have fits snug. May 16, 2011
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Richard W asked: What size sas-tec back protector would I need for a size small Defender GTX jacket? Sep 1, 2015
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Andrew R asked: I am a big guy and have a 52" chest and 46" waist. According to the sizing chart I would need a 5XL. You only offer a 3 XL. Is it possible to get the larger sizes? Feb 5, 2015
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