REV'IT! Ignition 2 Jacket
Fit: The Ignition 2 jacket does a sporty fit, but I found it to run big where most others found it to run small. I ordered the jacket after doing all the measurements and looking at the Rev'It! size chart. It was definitely a size too big. Revzilla made it really east to exchange and was very happy with the size down from my original order.
Pros: With all the liners out, it breathes extremely well. I went out for a ride on an 80 degree day and was actually chilly at times. With all the liners in, the jacket kept me warm at 40 degrees, also completely dry during two separate rain showers I was in.
Cons: I only have one and thats with the neck strap / button. The button is really hard to snap on your neck, with or without gloves on.
This is definitely the goto jacket for most situations. If you were only going to buy one jacket, this is the one.
May 11, 2015
Great comfort, style, and protection
I was really wanting a full leather jacket, but I was worried about it being to hot in the summer. This was a great compromise that looks great, offers great protection, and is very comfortable!
May 5, 2015
Perfect in moderate weather conditions
I have owned this jacket for two years now and ride year round about 2,000 miles per month in the South. This jacket is great for a little rain or a little cold, but it's really a summer jacket that can CYA in adverse weather conditions.
Pros: I feel extremely well protected with leather and more rigid protection in all the right places, and mesh keeps me from overheating. I'm not a flashy person so the design was perfect, and even better is user friendly when trying to add layers in a hurry. The three layers are sturdy and can be combined to get you through any mild to hot weather. The leather, zippers and buttons have held up extremely well. You won't glow with reflective panels as you walk around, but friends who've seen me on the road have noticed my presence as a rider long before they reached me.
Cons: With the mesh, as good as you'll feel in the summer you'll feel terrible below 60 with the thermal liner in. The water liner is short and does not cut it in the rain. I have yet to be in a good rain one time without my shirt being moist to soaking wet and the liner forming a wet vacuum around my arms. The collar is too tight around the neck and there's no way gauntlet gloves will fit under those sleeves with the rain liner in if it rains.
Bottom Line: I love my jacket and it's perfect for the weather where I bought it (California) and extremely durable, but you will need to invest in some serious base and mid layers for the winter and another cover to keep dry.
March 28, 2015
I will say that I am a new rider and new to buying motorcycle gear. I was fitted by a sales rep at one of the chain's local stores in my city. The fit that he felt was appropriate for feels awfully snug, but "this is how motorcycle jackets are made." Which is all well and good, and i've come to enjoy a snug fit, but the problem lies now with layering. In 30 degree weather, with a hoodie and thin bomber jacket underneath, i am still quite cold. This jack is supposed to have 3 layers to and is supposed to be one of the most versatile jackets on the market, but it does not do well in the winter weather. For the price of this jacket, and its supposed versatility, its not worth it. I should have purchased winter jacket and then waited to purchase a summer jacket. Another aspect of the jacket that really irritates me is that the collar is so uncomfortable that i can't zipper the jacket fully.
It certainly is a nice looking jacket, and I'm sure this jacket will fair well in the summer time as i will be removing two of its layers.
February 16, 2015
Looks great, but not as weather-sturdy as advertised.
As a rider in Alaska who rides as long as there isn't snow on the ground (mid April to mid-October), the phrase "all-weather" must be taken very seriosuly. This jacket is truly wonderful for a May-to-August hot summer ride, as long as there isn't a cloud in the sky and it's daytime, but many of the manufacturers claims have been less than accurate. When I put 2,000-to-4,000 miles on my bike in a good summer month, I need my gear to work as advertised.
It is the embodiment of all the style and look that a rider desires. The mixture of leather and textile is extremely good looking and I get compliments all the time. The coat claims to be "all-weather", but I found I needed to purchase another, ACTUALLY all-weather jacket for if there was a slight chance of rain, as the nights in summertime Alaska can be as low as 45 degrees and the days as chilly as 55 degrees on a cloudy day.
If it rains at all, without a doubt I will be wet in this coat, despite its claims to being waterproof. The liners do not provide sufficient protection from wind. If you are wet and there is wind to wick away your body heat, it goes from a minor discomfort to a survival issue very quickly. The strain on the zipper from adding base and feather-down layers underneath eventually wrecked the flimsy zipper, and I had to get a heavy-duty one installed at my expense.
I very much like removable liners, pocket distribution, and ergonomics. It was definitely dedsigned by someone who rides. I would recommend this to someone on the West coast for wind protection, but never for someone like me.
December 27, 2014
Great leather & mesh mix.
Such a amazing mixture of leather and mesh. I'm 5'6" 36" chest 32" waist and 145 lbs. A 46 was almost a perfect fit. For me the sleeves were just a tad bit short but nothing to be discourage at what the rest of the jacket has to offer. Incredible look and style, quality leather at the key points with plenty of mesh. Only had a chance at riding with it in Florida's winter weather and it keeps my body surprisingly warm. Using both the windproof liner and the insulated vest with only a tanktop underneath proof more than needed. The true test will be during the summer months which I'm sure because of the leather, it won't hold up. For the price of the jacket, I would have loved to see the back armor included.
December 24, 2014
Great quality. Beautiful design.
Heavy-duty leather so the jacket is a little heavier than I thought it would be, considering part of it is mesh, but still ok. I'm 6'1", 195 lbs., 43 chest, 34 waist and the size 54 fits like a glove --- perfect. Haven't used it in the heat yet so I can't rate the venting but with all that mesh and vents in the sleeves it should be fine. Love it!
November 24, 2014
Stylish and comfortable
I am 6'1 and 200lbs with a broad shoulders and a 37 waist and got a 56, which I returned for a 54, which fits perfectly. As usual the return process with Revzilla was ridiculously easy and fast. The sizing chart says I should be a 56 or 58 so I'd say it fits large and has quite a lot of room in the stomach area.
Very comfortable jacket, and looks great. The airflow is better than I thought it would be, (I'm in Florida) and when moving, is very comfortable, even in high temperatures. I haven't had to use the waterproof or thermal lining yet, but they fit in well and look to be good quality.
Overall, very happy with the jacket, great style, fit, comfort, airflow, inserts and the stitching and finish looks top quality. I would certainly buy this jacket again, however for $500 I think at least a basic back protector should of been included.
November 13, 2014