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With the input of GORE, high attention to detail, GORE-TEX® Pro Shell 3L, Armacor®, SAS-TEC and LockOut® zippers, the Everest GTX has been designed to meet the requirements of the most demanding riders. The Everest GTX can be combined with the Everest GTX trouser in a variety of mix and match sizes, for the perfect fit. Add a full connection zipper for warmth and safety, plus a detachable Exkin Air® thermal liner for warmth, and you have one awesome suit, ready for every condition. This jacket forms a recommended combination with the EVEREST GTX Pants.
Outer shell: GORE-TEX® Pro Shell Armacor 3L COOL, GORE-TEX® Pro Shell Misano 3L TFL COOL, GORE-TEX® Pro Shell stretch 3L, neoprene
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Matthew R: got wrong size but one beefy jacketMay 13, 2014
Daniel M: As a replacement/upgrade to my current go-to jacket of the last 6 years. Also, the Gore-tex (along with their lifetime guarantee), fancy tech/features, and the closeout sale price. My experience with Revit's proprietary waterproofing hasn't been completely satisfactory, so I'd rather go for the Gore-tex.Oct 18, 2013
Long P: Have heard good things about Rev'it and getting tired of getting wet riding in the rain. Have try many other brand and still not happy. Will see if this hold up to the name....Only time will tell Still recover from broken shoulder so not yet try the jacket :(Sep 26, 2013
A shopper asked:hi, question on the Rev'it Everst GTX.
I notice you have an XL in stock. I am 6'1", 210-220 lbs with a 44-46", chest, 16.5 - 17" neck.
I am wanting to use under 2 circumstances. 1. with built-in armour, and 2. over body armour compression suit (with built in armour removed). Do you think that the XL will be large enough? Thanks. JohnJan 13, 2014
John H:I wish it were otherwise because this is a fantastic jacket.... but;
I'm 6' 1 1/2", 210, 44 3/4" chest and 40" waste and I have the 3XL size of the jacket. I wear it with the built in armor, which is SAS-TEC, which I believe is the best money can buy, and have substituted the SAS-TEC back armour (in the largerest S-16 size.) for the worthless piece of foam that comes stock.
Finally I wear a forcefield rib protector, and if it's really cold, cheap long underwear as a base layer, and a light The Northface jacket as a mid layer. This makes the jacket snug, which it should be, but borderline too snug.
I have a 17 1/2" neck and the neck snap, even when adjusted to being as wide as possible, is too tight, and it won't snap at all if I have a Klim baccaloria (or however you spell it) under my Arai XD-4 helmet.
Because the price is so good, you could order it and send it back if it's too tight, but I think you'd probably find it so. And I really would give serious thought about whether you want to replace the superb SAS-TEC armor.
I bought the same Jacket and am very much the same body proportions as yourself. I would recommend the XXL as this particular jacket i find is a little more snug than the REVIT Cayanne i had previously.
I like the Jacket for its improvement on the previous for the colder climates - however its not as well suited for the hotter climates. This is a bit of a problem for me given the fact its 44 degrees Celsius in Melbourne today.Jan 16, 2014
Fred T:Hello I had an Everst GTX Large that fit me good and I even had room to spare. I'm 5'11" and 175. My cousin has one and he is around 5'10 190 and wears and XL and I think it would fit someone a bit bigger than he is. Its a great jacket btwJan 16, 2014
Michael P:John, I'm 5'10 and 210 and probably 42-44 chest and the 2xl fits just about right with the armor and the liner in place. The xl will be to small, it's a nice jacket although it doesn't flow air at all so it's quite warm at anything over 80 degrees.Jan 17, 2014
Scott D:I bought the L. I am 6'1 and 195. I wear it with the optional back armor plate. I am sure you'll be ok with the XL and the built-in armor, assuming you are slim at the waist. I have no idea how it will fit over the compression suit.Jan 19, 2014
David P:Further to prior information - i ordered the 2 xl and still find this snug. i would think even the 2xl would be almost too snug for body armour under it for my liking with the same chest sizeJan 16, 2014