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REV'IT has taken all the crucial safety necessities and added a clean, sport-inspired look to create the REVIT GT-R Jacket. The style is alluring, and the fact it’s fully equipped with safety features makes it irresistible. Prolife CE protection found at the shoulders and elbows, plus the carbon shoulder protectors and safety stitching at critical seams all help keep you safe at speed, while ventilation features and stretch panels will keep you comfortable and in control when you are giving everything you have.
Great for 3-Season Riding
I got this jacket in black/white in a size 56 and I also ordered the back protector (SeeSoft size 05). I have worn it in the fall and winter in Baltimore with the liner and back protector in and it kept me fairly warm in temps down to the mid 30's. I made a 600 mile road trip from Balt. to South Carolina in January, in temps ranging from 22-43 degrees and with an Olympia rain top over it, I was cool but not cold. I figured out early in the trip that if I wore something over my head (and under my helmet) I was quite comfortable in the cold with that setup. I have now worn it all spring in SC and it does flow a good amount of air to the chest area and a faint amount along the stretch panels in the arms, but I am not wearing this jacket past the 80 degree mark. For that, I just bought the Revit! GT-R Air which I have not reviewed yet because I haven't spent enough time with it. The GT-R leather jacket in size 56 and the GT-R Air in a size Large both fit me perfectly. And the back protector can be switched between jackets so that's a plus. I also added the Athos Hi-Viz vest too, in a Large and it fits both jackets perfectly. The zipper on the opposite side is something I had to get used to but after a few times it feels natural. The armor is good stuff and stays in place. The leather will loosen up the fit a little bit over time but not enough to make the elbow armor flop around. I prefer to wear leather as much of the year as possible because it gives the greatest protection. I am very happy with the style, quality and performance of this jacket. For sizing reference, I am 5'8", 188lbs, 42" chest, 35" waist, and 32-33 dress sleeve.
April 20, 2015
A good leather jacket
I bought this jacket and the GT-R pants for a track day in July. Even though it was a hot July day and there is minimal perforation on this jacket the stretch panels did a good job of flowing air. The jacket is comfortable and well made.
As always Revzilla made it easy to exchange the jacket when I initially ordered the wrong size.
July 28, 2014
You get what you pay for.
This is the first leather jacket I have ever bought so I was a bit hesitant about the price tag. After receiving the jacket and wearing it for a ride I am very happy with my purchase.
The fit of this jacket is great for me. I am 6' and 155 pounds, tall and slender, I went with the size 48. I never liked how bulky most leather jackets look on skinny guys and this jacket fits my profile perfectly. The front of the jacket ends right at my belt line, so wearing your shirt tucked in is the way to go. The back of the jacket covers past my belt. The stretchy material in the inner arm is so perfect. It makes the slim sleeves not too constricting.
The style is what has really drawn me to the gt-r. When wearing it you feel as awesome as it looks. When viewing from the front the only logo really showing is on the collar, which I like. I don't like to have too many logos plastered all over me.
A little bit of reflective material would be nice, but my other gear can compensate for that.
Another big reason why I got this jacket is for the safety. I have seen way to many guys in my small town get road rash while wearing cut-off t shirts and sunglasses. The elbow and shoulder guards make me feel very safe about going down (not that I plan on doing so anytime soon). I like that they are more casual by not being on the surface of the jacket like the REV'IT Stellar's protection is. I most likely will never buy back protection for this jacket unless I decide I want to take my bike to the track.
The features of the two front pockets are nice. They are hidden away where you can notice them or the zipper. The only con is that I can barely fit my full hand in them. The smooth mesh inside of the jacket is really nice too, allowing me to slip in and out of it easily. The left handed zipper was a bit awkward for me at first but no biggie.
All in all this is a great and very stylish jacket. I plan on wearing it for many years.
Also it looks really great with my OGIO No Drag Mach 5 backpack!!!
June 19, 2014
I was blown away by the quality, fit and finish of this jacket. The style of this jacket is wonderful and I would recommend it to anybody. Wish it came with back protector instead of having to buy it separately. Still love this jacket.
June 9, 2014
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Steven B:You could wear this with a pair if jeans with no problem. This jacket is not water proof. The stretch panels flow a good amount of air but they would also let rain in pretty easily. Jul 28, 2014
A shopper asked:This jacket is only one I've seen since the Icon Seventh Seal that has a stretch collar in the rear. Having worn many jackets, I find that the most discomfort comes from a jacket with a stiff leather collar that obstructs you from putting your head back when tucked. I would really like to see more of these videos show the jacket model on the bike as that is what we are buying these for.
So my question is, what other jackets have that stretch rear section of the collar? What is this feature called so that I can conduct a more narrow search? The stretch collar is the only way to goJun 3, 2014