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REVIT Excalibur Jacket
The REVIT Excalibur jacket is a great choice for any rider looking for a versatile, four-season performance piece. It features a removable thermal liner as well as a removable waterproof membrane, which provide significant insulation from the elements, and also can be removed and worn together as a separate jacket. When both the thermal liner and waterproof membrane liner are removed, the jacket offers the excellent ventilation of a summer jacket. Additionally, those who regularly ride in hot weather can upgrade the jacket with a Challenger cooling vest insert, which connects with the same zippers used to secure the waterproof membrane. Although it has the clean lines of a seemingly simple design, the Excalibur is a capable performer.
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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.
|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
|Product Style||RevZilla Item #||Manufacturer Product #||Availability|
|Black / LG||868575||8700001162586||In Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
|Black / MD||868574||8700001162579||Out of Stock|
|Black / SM||868573||8700001162562||Out of Stock|
|Black / XL||868576||8700001162593||Out of Stock|
|Black / 2XL||868577||8700001162609||In Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
|Black / 3XL||868578||8700001162616||In Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
|Silver/Red / LG||868581||8700001162708||In Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
|Silver/Red / MD||868580||8700001162692||In Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
|Silver/Red / SM||868579||8700001162685||Out of Stock|
|Silver/Red / XL||868582||8700001162715||In Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
|Silver/Red / 2XL||868583||8700001162722||In Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
|Silver/Red / 3XL||868584||8700001162739||Out of Stock|
At first glance, the REV'IT! Excalibur Jacket is really a three and a half season coat. It's going to perform really, really well in that fall and spring range. It'll take you deep into the cold weather riding season with a waterproof, breathable, removable liner as well as a thermal, removable liner, but there are a few vents on it. And being that it's not as ventilated as some of the other products in REV'IT line like the Outback or the Sand 2, I'm going to give it that three and a half season mark, meaning, depending on your temperature tolerance, there might be cutoff point somewhere in the summer where it just doesn't flow enough air. So keep that in mind.
So past that, the REVIT Excalibur has a tour fit, with adjustments on the arms. You also have adjustments along the waist. It's going to be a rock solid fit. There are really no surprises with the Excalibur from REV'IT.
Moving into the protection side of things, you can also see that there's a lot going on here. REV'IT's using a 600d poly in the main construction, which isn't crunchy. It's not going to be, but it's also not soft. You know that there's a good level of protection here. Then we're using a PWR Shell Rib in the abrasion-resistant areas that are going to be impact-prone like the shoulders and elbows. It's also using the CE-rated Knox Flexiform Armor on the shoulders as well as the elbows.
Now, a little bit of a note about the back protection, because we're making a change in 2013 with REV'IT. All of these jackets are going to come with a temper foam pad that's replaceable. In years past, there was a Knox protector. We've also had the SAS-TEC. REV'IT's now doing a new CE Level 2, Seesoft RV back insert that actually is size-specific. So if you want to upgrade the back protection here on the Excalibur, what you're going to want to do is look at the size chart, the size of the jacket that you're purchasing, and then buy the back protector that's the appropriate size for the pocket. And if you have the jacket first, it's really easy because it'll be labeled on the pocket.
Keep in mind too, a note on sizing, depending on what size you wear and depending on any of your concerns, over 39 bucks, we ship for free, exchange for free, no restock fees if you need to send it back to us.
Now, moving into the nuances of the Excalibur motorcycle jacket, and the nuances is what REV'IT typically does so well. If you want better venting, remember, you're going to go to that Outback. You're going up to something like that Sand 2. But looking at some of the features, there are a lot of shared features here that are those creature comforts. REV'IT uses high quality zippers, high quality snaps. We see YKK-rated zippers, the Fiocchi snaps, which are spring loaded. They're not going to wear out over time.
We talked about the ventilation, and you are going to have vents over the chest and a sleeve vent, which is a nice touch. And for those of you, depending on your riding position, I ride a lot of upright bikes. I'm a Multistrada guy right now on a Ducati. I like these vents. They tend to flow a good amount of air up the sleeve.
You also have a nice covered eyelid adjuster for your bicep, which is a nice touch. And then you also have the ability to ratchet in some of the flappage that, depending on the circumference of your forearm, you can now strap that armor down tight and make sure it stays in the right place.
I mentioned YKK Zippers, moving into the collar, spring-loaded snap that goes into a five-way adjustable collar. I always joke. It's the Ron Popeil collar. You set and forget it. So you put it for the right circumference for your neck, and then you leave it, and it's going to stay put. Tricot Lining, which is a nice a micro-fleece at the collar that's also wicking. And then you have a nice roll at the top, which is going to keep it from chafing.
Other features you might not be keying in on, 3M Scotchlite on an angle that create a good . . . It's a good level of function of reflectivity, but it's styled really nicely. And then we also have hand-warmer pockets that do have a zipper.
A few different color waves available, this is a silver, black, red. There's also a full black version. You can see the adjustment under the sleeve. And if you come in here tightly, you can see the tucked away zipper with a hand-warmer pocket and also has snap there to keep it in place.
Now, this is a nuance that through the product pictures, you might not decipher. The Excalibur from REVIT has what I call a passive vent. So it's going to allow some of the air that's coming in through the inside or through the front to circulate around your body, and it's going to get forced air out through this back vent. Again, it's a low profile area. It creates some passive ventilation, but it's not going to be as effective as something like a direct back vent. And that's, again, why I've given it that three and a half season rating versus a full four season rating here where the summertime would be no match for it if it had some bigger vents. But, again, that's all a style thing, and that's your preference. There's a lot of folks out there that are riding really when it gets just too sticky warm in the summer, they might have a mesh jacket, or they might just stop riding.
You know a note on further seasonality and some of the other lines, if you're looking to go three season warm weather, there's always the Levante in the REV'IT mix, which is really a similar multi-season jacket that's going to have more of a mesh construction that's not going to perform in the winter. So keep that in mind.
And if we break this guy down, you're going to see there's an outer shell, mesh-lined on the interior. And then what you can also see is we have it zipped in on the right side that this is going to be my Hydratex waterproof, breathable layer, which is completely removable. And it is finished. You can always tell when they hide that zipper that it's meant. It has nice style to it. It can be worn as a destination layer.
And as we come down the inside of the front and open up further, you're going to see our quilted thermal liner that is a full-sleeve liner. And that's really how your able to get that three and a half season cold weather functionality and how you're going to good coverage if you go into the winter months. It's really what I'm considering a multi-season sport and sport-touring coat by the style because it is waist length. And remember, something like that Outback or Sand are going to be slightly longer than the waist. They're going to give you a little bit more coverage if you want to delve into that longer distance, more aggressive or dual-sport touring range.
Also notice that at the collar you have that fleece-line collar at every step here on the thermal, not so on the Hydratex. But then here in the main construction collar that's going to get the most contact with your neck, it's not going to chafe you.