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REV'IT! Ignition 2 Jacket

How can you improve on a jacket that's already considered one of the most multi-functional, 3-season, leather mesh styles? You dig deeper and make it even better. REV'IT! proudly presents the REVIT Ignition 2 jacket: without a doubt the most versatile leather mesh jacket available on the market. Its 3-in-1 layer system enables you to transform it from a 3-season, waterproof, and insulated touring jacket to a full airflow summer mesh jacket, simply by removing the separate layers included. Unbelievable function, versatility, comfort, and style: this jacket has REV'IT! written all over it.


  • Outer shell: Monaco Performance cowhide, Dynax mesh, PWR|shell 500D stretch, PWR|wax 500D, suede leather
  • Insulation: detachable thermal bodywarmer
  • Waterproofing: detachable hydratex | 3L (5000mm H2O)
  • Breathability: detachable hydratex | 3L (7000g/m2/24hrs)
  • Composition:
    • outer shell: 59% leather, 40% polyamide, 1% elastane
    • lining: 100% polyester
    • thermal liner: 100% polyamide (insulation 100% polyester)
    • membrane: 100% polyurethane (tricot 100% polyamide)
  • Protection:
  • Visibility: reflection at back and elbows


  • Fit: tour fit, regular
  • Adjustability: adjustment straps at waist, adjustment tabs at cuffs
  • Ventilation: VCS I zippers at under arms, ventilation panels at chest and back
  • Features: stretch lips at elbows, short and long connection zipper
  • Pockets: slit pockets, document pocket, inner pockets
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REV'IT! Ignition 2 Jacket 4.6 5 64 64
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
Slightly Disappointed 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
Most versatile jacket ever! I live in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and ride my Ducati Hypermotard 796 to work everyday. I was looking for a jacket that could deliver style and functionality and I found this to be the perfect one. It has a premium feel to it and loads of solutions that allow me to use it every day, all year round wether it is commuting or weekend riding. It has superb airflow for a leather jacket and has a style that allows you to wear it not only as a cummuter jacket with your work clothes, but also as a mean café type look with your jeans on the weekends. It has two additional layers (wind and thermal) so you can also wear it when it is a little cooler. Not sure if this would be your best winter jacket though. In terms of size, I am a 52 (Dainese) and 50 (Alpinestars) and size 50 for Revit fit me almost perfectly (just a tiny bit loose). I amin love with my jacket. Thank you Revzilla! November 10, 2014
Best customer service I recently lost my Ignition 2 jacket hydratex liner while in a trip to northern California. I was quite disappointed as I really like the liner. Revizella advised me to contact Rev'it and provided my with the e-mail address. Needless to say, I received a brand new liner within a week. The e-mail exchanges were also very pleasant. Well, I have always liked Rev'it products, but after this, they have a loyal customer for life. Thank you Rev'it. Sam October 26, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Michael F: Looking for a true 3 season jacket that can handle a morning in the 40's with the same day afternoon temps up in the 80's Mar 20, 2015
Brian S: Great looking warmer weather leather jacket. Love Rev'it gear. Mar 10, 2015
Tj G: Goes perfectly with my Gear 2 leather pants. Feb 8, 2015
G R: Great leather and mesh combination jacket. Sep 23, 2014
Houston H: Excellent youtube video, showed the quality of the jacket, and i wanted a sort of do-it-all jacket that i can use all year (with layers). Sep 8, 2014
Nathan K: I have the Rev It Gear 2 pants and I want the matching jacket. Sep 5, 2014
Miguel M: Best leather suit on the market Aug 27, 2014
Joseph A: I like the fact it is leather and mesh. Looks good also. Aug 12, 2014
jason b: Stop looking around for another jacket this one solves all warm to moderate weather needs. Wife just got me the gear2 leather pants and in the 2 hours i've been wearing them they are so comfortable. I am 6' 6" and running the 56 jacket and the 54 T pants. Jul 30, 2014
Tim N: I'm an athletic build 6' 190lb guy with a 42-43" chest and 34-35" arms. I tried this thing on and it fit incredibly well. I was hoping for a less expensive jacket but the fit, function and feel were just unmatched with anything cheaper I tried. It looks bad ass as well. Airflow and all the protection you need. I plan on pushing this thing into winter with a windproof shell underneath. Get it if you're on the fence. Jul 30, 2014
A D: I wanted a the look and feel of a leather jacket but one I can wear even on hot days. This one fits the bill; ventilated frontt, back and arms, but also includes a water proof liner and thermal liner making it a 3 season jacket. Jul 28, 2014
Michael T: Wide comfort temp. range Jun 21, 2014
Stian O: Design, Leather and WP Apr 25, 2014
Ken M: Style and features. Size 50 is a little small so ordering size 52 next and will compare. Apr 9, 2014
John B: Three season wearability..it snows here in winter Apr 6, 2014
John K: summer venting and it fit the model. I am built the same way, very difficult to find a good fit Mar 26, 2014
John P: Needed a 3 season sport jacket. Revit is my preferred sport brand (Ducati Monster 1100 Evo Diesel). I wear a full suit with protection. This is a very comfortable and warm riding jacket. Mar 13, 2014
A S: seems like a good quality, protection. And the reason why i got this is that this is four season jacket. I'm a student. don't have enough money to buy every weather jacket haha Mar 7, 2014
Jonathan E: I love REV'IT jackets and the combination of venting with leather in a subdued design fit me perfectly. I have a V-Twin Cruiser and a Ducati, and I need one jacket that makes both bikes look good. Feb 14, 2014
Jason W: Great flexibility - can wear between 40-80 degrees, no problem. Looks great too. Jan 8, 2014
Daniel T: amazing jacket. Oct 24, 2013
Michael M: I liked the two tone color and it goes with the color of my bike,besides I need a new jacket Oct 13, 2013
Michael C: I choose this product because of the need to have a 3 season jacket, the video is what made the final decision easier Oct 13, 2013
Jonathan A: Highly recommended, flexible usage, multi-season, has pants that work in sync. I don't want to buy multiple jackets. Oct 10, 2013
Andrew M: It looks really cool and should be cool in the hot sun of Guam! Sep 10, 2013
Jesse B: Called with concerns about height (6'6). Devin recommended this jacket. Great CS experience and excited to try it on. Oh, I also read a positive youtube comment from a guy with almost identical stats as mine (215 lbs, similar chest measurements) Aug 16, 2013
A shopper asked: temp is mostly 90s for about 1/2 to 3/4 the year. does the ignition 2 provide good air flow to keep me cool? Aug 13, 2013
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Roland H: I have ridden mine for 6 months now in temperatures ranging from the thirties to 98 degrees. The jacket is a bit warm despite its superb ventilation at temperatures much above 85. Still it is bearable at 95. I have a Revit Tornado which is much better at the higher temperatures as long as you are moving. Once stopped both are too hot for comfort. Some would say that a higher ventilation mesh jacket at temperatures above 95 is actually warmer to wear than the leather as the outside air amongst traffic is freely penetrating, whereas the leather prevents as much of the ambient temperatures from getting through. Aug 14, 2013
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Jeremy M: It flows pretty decent air, and it's my go-to jacket for rainy weather from late spring through early fall. But it wouldn't be my first choice for hot, dry weather mainly because the leather adds a little too much weight, which can offset some of the airflow. If you don't ride in the rain very much, I would recommend something made of more lightweight material such as the REV'IT! Airwave or the Dainese Air-Flux. I personally ended up buying the Air-Flux, and I can comfortably wear it even when the temperature reaches triple digits (it almost feels like wearing a t-shirt). But the Airwave seems to be very highly rated for its cooling features as well. Aug 14, 2013
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Omid R: There is no doubt a full mesh jacket will give you the best airflow and keep you coolest, but they can not provide the level of protection that the IGN2 gives you. I was actually very impressed how well both the jacket and pants let air in and circulate. Let me put it this way... I bought this to be a 3 season gear and I doubt I'll be able to wear it below 55 even with all the liners in. That's how good of an airflow it provides.
I wore this for 150 miles on a 90 day while in stop and go traffic. It does get hot at a stand stil, but as soon as you start moving it cools you down. The forearm vents are fantastic and they help a lot for air flow.
Aug 14, 2013
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A s: HI.
The Ignition2 is an awesome jacket , very well built , a top quality product, but I wouldnt recommend it for temps around the 30`s.
Even without the inner layers , the Ignition is a heavy jacket , with a lot of leather material . It does offer tons of protection, but during the warmer months I was having a hard time with it. For road use, wasnt bad, but for daily commute it was way to warm.
I would get a jacket specific for warmer weather , such as the Revit Airwave. You wont get as much protection as with the Ignition, but at least you wont "melt" everytime stoplight.

Aug 18, 2013
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Brent M: Jeremy and Omid are both right.

I generally wear the IGN2 up to about 85 degrees. Higher than that, and I'm in the Airwave instead. The IGN2 does flow air well (sans hi-viz vest) and the forearm vents are effective. It's comfortable up to about 90 - while underway - in my experience. I prefer the Airwave for around town, stop-and-go when it gets 85 or more. The Airwave is significantly lighter weight with a lot more mesh (and therefore the downside of less protection).
Aug 19, 2013
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Curran L: It has a tighter mesh than other jackets so the air flow isn't quite as free as some jackets. On the flip side I feel it provides better protection, is more durable, and less prone to snagging as the open mesh patterns. I live in NM and have ridden plenty of days in 90 degree weather. When your moving it is fine, when you stop it gets pretty sweaty. Over all, I'm happy and would make the same choice in jacket if I could do it over. Aug 14, 2013
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Mathew B: This is considered a three season jacket as it comes with a thermal and wind liner. As long as those are removed and you are moving, there is good airflow through the jacket. But as it is an all black jacket, it can heat up pretty quickly when sitting still. Keep the pockets and lower forearm zippers open and the ride is comfortable. For the temperature you are describing though, I would recommend a full textile mesh jacket. Aug 14, 2013
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Benjamin R: I live in the Bay Area where it rarely hits these temps. I have worn it in weather as hot as 85F and it did a good job. When you remove all liners and have the sleeve vents open it's pretty good. I have a Rev'IT mesh jacket for temps above 90 now and so I mainly use it when I'm traveling to places further from the coast.

You won't be disappointed by this jacket and IT will do for what you are asking.
Aug 15, 2013
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Bryant P: The ignition 2 provides good airflow, but at 90 degrees you still won't necessarily be cool. On the other hand I never felt like there wasn't enough airflow on those 90-plus degree days. I've accepted that I will be hot and sweat if I ride with the jacket on at temps above 80 or so. I don't have another jacket to compare the Ignition 2's hot weather performance against, however. Aug 14, 2013
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Craig B: Riding around town in the 90s with this jacket will probably be a little warm, especially if it is sunny and you have stop and go traffic. On the open road, this thing breathes really well considering the mix of solid leather and mesh panels. I think this jacket's comfortable top end for slow riding is about 85 degrees but on the highway, heat isn't a problem. Aug 14, 2013
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Jose G: Depends on how fast you're going and if there are a lot of traffic lights. Also the humidity. If it's mostly dry and you're mostly moving at over 30 mph, in my opinion you'll be ok.

I wore mine in 95 degree 70% humidity and I was fine as long as I was moving over 45 mph. As soon as I hit a stop it was brutal though.
Aug 14, 2013
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Jeff G: I've wore my Ignition 2 all summer(2013) I did an 8 trip where it was in the triple digits and I really wished I had a mesh jacket instead of my Ignition. It's bearable in the low 90s whilst you're moving. I am looking forward to the cooler months for sure! Going to get a mesh jacket for next summer. Sep 15, 2013
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Jason W: This jacket is fine while on the move - even in the 90s. However, you'll feel it's weight and the heat (mostly on the leather forearms) when stopped. Still a great jacket. I bought a full-mesh jacket as well for the hottest temps, but that's because I commute in awful stop 'n go traffic. Aug 14, 2013
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A s: Due to the mesh panels front and back and the large arm vents. You'll be hard pressed to find a jacket with more air flow that offer the same level of protection. Please keep in mind that using the thermal or rain liner will decrease the flow greatly. Aug 14, 2013
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Joseph G: This is a great jacket but in the 90s I am warm. It is mostly leather so it is a pretty warm jacket. As long as you are moving you can stay fairly cool. I picked this jacket because if I go down I want leather and not mesh protecting me. Aug 15, 2013
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Brian K: I've had this jacket for over a year, great air flow. Perhaps even too great, gets a little cold when the temperature drops and my one complaint would be that the thermal layer is sleeveless, but overall.. phenomenal jacket. Aug 14, 2013
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steven r: Yes! The sleeves have a zipper for venting and the mesh works well. I got this jacket because I wanted something with leather protection but able to handle the warm weather. Aug 14, 2013
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Christopher K: it does provide good air flow in that temp, as long as you are moving. if you are stuck in traffic, then you will be reminded that it is a black leather jacket. Aug 16, 2013
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Mark M: I've ridden in 90 degree weather and so long as I'm moving I have no trouble keeping cool with the vents open. Aug 30, 2013
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Miguel M: yes, it is very comfortable and breath well considering that is it dark coloured and with leather. Aug 14, 2013
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Bryan C: I love my Ignition 2 but mid-90's.....no way. I'd get a Revit Tornado and enjoy the heat. Aug 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: is the waterproof liner worth it? with the waterproof liner in and the thermal liner out, could i fit a hoodie to help keep me warm? Aug 13, 2013
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Brad L: The waterproof liner is totally worth it. I spent 5 days riding through the North West coast and Canada on my Diavel, and it poured rain on me every single day. The Diavel has no fairing to speak of and this jacket kept me totally dry. The versatility of this jacket is tremendous.(Defintely invest in heavy textile waterproof gloves to increase overall dryness and warmth) The cut is generous so there is room to layer up under neath, but with the waterproof and thermal liners in I rarely found that I was "chilly". Looks and fit and finish of this garment are exceptional. Only downsides to this jacket are that its cut is generous, (I prefer tighter fitting jackets even for touring, best to order one size smaller than your normal size), and for a summer jacket, the leather panels definitely ramp up the heat as opposed to a full mesh jacket. I bought the rev it cooling vest, although expensive does work well as advertised. (Just not as long as they say) With the purchase of the mentioned cooling vest and maybe a fleece jacket, this jacket will do it all. From 40F-120F. Aug 15, 2013
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John C: You use the Revit Challenger vest? Does it fit properly in the Ignition 2? Thanks May 19, 2014
Jeffrey F: The waterproof liner is definitely a valuable layer. As far as waterproofness goes, it is basically reliable, but because it is *inside* the jacket a pouring rain will still (1) soak the outer layer and (2) possibly leave you drenched from rivulets running down into your sleeves and crotch area, depending on your position, and whether or not it is combined with a properly positioned waterproof pants layer.

In all but a downpour, however, the liner will keep you mostly dry.

The real bonus though is that the waterproof liner also acts as your windblock layer, turning the mesh jacket into a much warmer affair. The difference is huge, and well worth having in any cooler temperatures, rain or shine.

Yes, you can easily fit a hoodie, sweater, etc. under the liner -- it's really paper thin. However, beware that the neck can be snug -- if you have any trouble fitting a hoodie under this jacket it will probably be at the neck.
Aug 14, 2013
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ray e: In my view Hoodie's do not lend themselves to moto environs . If your jacket fits loose of course you can wear anything you like under it. I have worn this jacket and pants only in HOT HOT weather so far and wore it without the liners as for maximum air movement.
That said I got soaked real good on occasion and the mesh moves so much air that it dried almost immediatly so water liners in hot weather are probably not necessary.
You question however speaks to a colder need. I wear other jackets for real cold but when out west found that all the Revit liner mesh jackets were only warm above 55 or 60 degrees but adequate at that range or above. My favorite solution out west was to take along my First gear waterproof heated liner and it worked perfect down to low forties and simply slip it off when the desert temps soared and as long as we were moving the jacket moved enough air to cruise comfortably up to about mid 80's . I hope this helps.
Aug 14, 2013
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Yun Lung Y: The liners are not really "ergonomic". It's more of a emergency item. It's a lot warmer and logistically feasible to wear a good quality fleece. With rain suit to keep warm. I would also say that the zipper and the liner are not industrial grade. Not something for heavy use.

I'm 6'1' 190 lb. athletic fit. 54 size.
Had it for 1.5 years. Put 23000 miles on it already. I put a lot of miles on my bike each year, it is not all that durable.if you ride 3000 miles a year it's totally good.

Liner are challenging to put on. Not something you would use on the side of the road, or on the go.
Aug 14, 2013
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Joseph B: The waterproof liner in my opinion, is definitely worth it! I live in SF which can get chilly and wet and with the liner in I haven't needed to use the thermal liner. It looks slick inside the jacket, and takes up virtually no volume and adds practically no weight. Could you wear a hoodie underneath? Most likely. I can. But it's it's on the snug side of comfortable (still comfortable). It's a great jacket overall but it's a little short sometimes (shirt tails sticking out) which is really my only complaint. Aug 14, 2013
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Thomas E: Its a very versatile Jacket. A hoodie would fit underneath the liner. I found that the thermal liner is not warm enough at temperatures below 10 C and a long sleeved thermal shirt does work better. The waterproof liner is also the only windbreaker in this jacket so it is important for thermal protection. All around an excellent Jacket. Aug 14, 2013
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fabian t: It's a great jacket is waterproof and works excellent when is raining, you can put a hoodie to keep warm if you have the right size Aug 14, 2013
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Stewart R: Why would you do that. Both fit in simultaneously. Aug 14, 2013
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Ryan H: I've worn a hoodie underneath with no problem. Aug 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: i live in virginia where it can get high 80s, pretty much 90+ cause of the humidity and stuff and usually down in the low 30s high 20s in winter time. doesnt rain too much..maybe 5 inches a month or something. between the rev'it ignition 2 and the rev'it galactic, which will help me stay cooler, warmer and dryer? Aug 13, 2013
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Jeremy J: I purchased the Ignition 2 back in May and have been fairly pleased with the jacket. I've ridden it all summer in New England up to 90+ degree temps. I must say though, it's not the coolest jacket out there. Above 80, it's definitely warm and the sleeve vents do little to help keep you cool, especially when you're stuck in traffic. Between 60-70, this jacket is perfect and in lower temps, I'm sure the insulating layer would be great to keep you warm. Haven't had a chance to test this out yet. In hindsight, I would have purchased a more ventilated, mesh textile jacket. Don't get me wrong, the Ignition 2 is great, it's just not the best for warm, humid summers. Aug 15, 2013
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Justin S: The ignition 2 is more or less a 3 season jacket. I live outside of Baltimore and I wear that jacket and gear 2 pants zipped together at all times. It's got mesh panels that breath a little, which might be too cold for the winter. It has a waterproof/wind proof liner inside that probably wouldn't work too well without at least a sweater in the winter. In the summer I take the liner out and it's still hot, but its better then skin grafts in case you ever go down. I would totally buy the suit twice, its designed and built very well Aug 14, 2013
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Eric R: I live in VA too, and just got the Ignition 2 and I am very happy with it. I've ridden in hot weather with the rain liner in and it still did a great job of staying cool. Without any liner, is has great airflow. I can't say anything yet for cold/rainy weather, but a friend of mine has the previous Ignition jacket and he swears by it being a true 3+ seasons jacket. I think you can't go wrong with either, but I believe this one may keep you cooler judging from some of the reviews of others. Aug 15, 2013
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jason b: i have limited experience with the jacket so take it at what it is worth. the ignition 2 has UNBELIEVABLE air flow. does come with a rain liner but personally i would just toss on a rain jacket over it if caught out in the rain. for cooler weather i doubt i'll be wearing this i'll go to my other jacket instead but from what i've been told you can feel the air even with the liners on and a heated jacket underneath.

for anything 70 + this is the best jacket i've had yet.
Aug 14, 2013
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Raymond M: Sorry to take so long to reply. I ride in Honolulu. It's really hot and humid this summer. I wear the Ignition 2 for safety reasons. It is definitely not as cool as my mesh jacket but is an acceptable compromise. A lot cooler then a solid leather jacket. Not wearing a backpack makes it a lot cooler.
As for rain protection. I haven't got wet yet and haven't used the liner. I've been in short spells of rain and been fine.
Aug 22, 2013
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ray e: I'm not familiar with the galatic but the ignition will work well up to mid 80's but would not work as designed layer wise below about fifty in my view depending on your tolerance to cold. Aug 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have an A* T-Breeze and I find the sleeves too loose so the armor isn't snug on my arm. I feel that in the event of a crash, the armor will slide to the side and my arm will hit. I was wondering on the fit of the Ignition 2's armor and the snugness of the sleeves. Mar 27, 2012
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Burton: The armor can be a little 'loose' feeling when the liners are out if you have thin arms, even with the gear fully cinched down. I was involved in a tumbling low-side and my arms were unhurt for what it is worth.
The armor will 'flap' around when you rotate your arm quickly, again if you have thin biceps. My wrists, even though small, have no problem holding the jacket tightly in place.
You could find a reflective velcro strap to put around your bicep to keep the armor from moving if your worried. Or take it out and wear armor on your persons directly.
Mar 30, 2012
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maix: If you put the liners out and you are not visiting the gym 5 times a week than the arms will be little bit loose. It´s not that sport fit but more relax fit. Anyway you can put out the elbow armour and put slide on elbow protectors (knox, alpinestars,...) and the protection level will be ok.
I am considering to do it like this.
Apr 18, 2012
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Sage73: The sleeves are pretty snug on me, but not uncomfortably so. I work out, but wouldn't say I have massive arms. However, the sleeves are perfect. I don't even feel the armor, and I think they are snug enough that the armor would not move in the event of a spill. Jul 26, 2012
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RevZilla: I think you will find the sleeves on the Ignition 2 are more fitted than the T-Breeze. The Ignition 2 uses Pro Life armor which is a closed-cell foam with a lower profile, so the sleeve construction can be more fitted. Apr 3, 2012
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xenti: I find the arms are a little loose. The armor may slide out of place in a fall. The shoulders aren't moving, though. Apr 1, 2012
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sej1: I just bought this jacket and have ridden it half a dozen times. The sleeves fit snug compared to my Sand Jacket (which has adjustments for sleeve fit). I have an athletic build so my arms might be a bit larger than someone who doesn't workout, but I find the fit tight enough and I suspect that the armor would more or less stay put if I went down in this jacket. Apr 9, 2012
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A shopper asked: Hi, I am a tall guy 6,3 with 43 chest and 40 waist, 200 lbs and has a long arms - around 36. I want to ask - should I go with size 52 or 54? Mar 31, 2012
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Tola: I'm the same height, 27" arms and waist size w/ a 47" chest and went with a 58 even though revit chart said a 60 would fit my chest size. it was tight in chest but comfortable w/ liners in and perfect w/ them out, waist was a bit loose. Your waist to chest size it a bit more equal so I think it will be perfect if you go one size down from recommended chest size. Jacket is a very straight cut. May 2, 2012
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Aristotle: Maix,
It looks like you posted a while ago, so you probably have your answer, but I would definitely go with the 54. I filled out a 52 pretty well, and I'm 5'10" with a 42 inch chest and 176 pounds. The 52 might fit you, but you'd have very little room to put anything in pockets or layer up for weather, which I think the jacket needs.
Aug 16, 2012
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BigRosey: I would go 56. I did. I'm 6'4", 225, 35 sleeve, 38 waist. I have the waist straps sinched down most of the way. Sleeve length is plenty long for me as well. Great fit and not baggy. Apr 2, 2012
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MicDuc: I would try the 54. I'm 5'6"-7" with a 44 chest and 34 waist at 180lbs. I bought the Rev'It Tornado 56 and it was way too big. I got the 52 and it was the right fit. Apr 10, 2012
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Sage73: Between the two, I'd recommend the 54. I am 5'11", 44 chest, 32 waist, 185 lbs and the 52 fits me perfect in every way. Jul 26, 2012
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A shopper asked: Hi,
I want to put in the additional back protector in my Ignition2 jacket, but im wondering if it would be possible to fit a Forcefield BackPad Pro instead of the Seesoft foam?
Is this possible or should i stick with Seesoft?
Apr 24, 2014
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Jeff C: If you draw this out on paper a 6" line at the top, 12" in the middle, and 5" at the bottom, with 15" being the top to bottom height you'll have the shape of the pouch that the back protector fits in when you connect the outer ends of the lines. It's kind of kidney shaped I'd say.... Apr 24, 2014
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Douglas H: If your Forcefield is "Knox-shaped" (I have an older Forcefield that is) then you can use it in the Ignition because the armor pocket is Knox-shaped, assuming of course that the size/length matches up. May 1, 2014
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David M: I'm using the Forcefield TPro back protector in my Rev'it Ignition 2 jacket. Works well and stays in place. Safe riding. Apr 24, 2014
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Eyal M: Hi David, can you tell me which model number is the Forcefield Pro protector you're using? They have many shapes and sizes for this product. Thanks. Jul 10, 2014
fabian t: I don't no you have to try with the jacket. I don't put any protection Apr 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can I combine a Revit Ignition 2 Jacket with Revit Gear Pant ? ie, is there any zipper in boths parts to make a close equipment ? Feb 27, 2012
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Douglas H: I own that combo (both are 52) and they zip with either the short or long connection zips. However, the long connection zip length varies with the size. I imagine they still may work if the sizes are close, but I'd check with RZ on that. I understand that the short connection zips are the same length no matter the size. Aug 14, 2013
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Burton: both the revit ignition 2 and the sand jacket share the same zipper 3/4 and standard zipper. I would use the 3/4 however as it gives a much better fit with the pants. Mar 30, 2012
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stanley s: There are short and long zippers in both the Ignition 2 Jacket and the Gear Pants. Apr 2, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, the REV'IT! Ignition 2 Jacket will zip to the REV'IT! Gear Pants. May 2, 2012
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A S asked: Any recommendations on pads for the Ignition 2 jacket? I want to replace my shoulder pads and possibly the back protector. Jul 2, 2014
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ray e: As it turns out I have not worn the jacket as often as iPhone I would that said I have in fact gone with the rabbit pads and with the highest grade read it back protector also having crashed recently and taking a heavy trauma to my back any BMW gear that had a much more comprehensive back protector I am thinking all of my jackets have an adequate back protection for that type of crash hope you Improve the back protector if nothing else Jul 2, 2014
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Mohsin M: I have not changed mine yet as it's going pretty strong still. Jul 3, 2014
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Douglas H: I replaced the back protector in mine with a Rev'It! Seesoft. Jul 3, 2014
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Antoine G asked: Is the leather in this jacket cowhide leather? or synthetic leather? Oct 17, 2013
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Keith B: It is real leather. Its not as thick as my old classic leather jacket. But its not fully covered in leather. the mesh in the middle and on the inner arms. So far i really love mine. Oct 17, 2013
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Mathew B: Cowhide leather. The product features lists the outer shell as containing Monaco Performance cowhide. You can search for more information on this material. Hope this helps. Oct 17, 2013
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Daniel T: cowhide Oct 17, 2013
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A shopper asked: I want to ask about the leather in this jacket, is it cowhide leather? or synthetic leather? Oct 17, 2013
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Bryan C: It's real leather. It's a great jacket for everything but real hot or real cold. Oct 17, 2013
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Mark A: Cowhide. Top quality. Nov 12, 2013
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Ryan H: Cowhide. Oct 17, 2013
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A shopper asked: I am 5' 11" tall, 46" chest, 42" waist at navel, 195 lb. Size 56 would be the ignition 2 jacket for me? Sep 1, 2013
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Jae O: that's a tough question. it may be a bit large...

i'm 5'11", 44R, 33" waist, 195lbs and 52 was actually snug, but perfect.
to put things into perspective, I'm actually a 54 wearing Dainese, but Rev'it remains 52.

good luck
Sep 25, 2013
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richard p: I'd say so.. my size is similar but a little taller (6'2") and i find myself tugging the liner down a little.. might be perfect for you.. nice trailer fit otherwise.. love the jacket..
Sep 25, 2013
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A s: Yes, cut a little longer so should work. Oct 6, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi, since this jacket's thermal vest doesn't have sleeves, do you recommend using it in winter where the temps could go around -5 ¬?C and 0 / 5 ¬?C on average?? Oct 9, 2012
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Brent M: I wouldn't. It flows a fair amount of diffused air, and although the thermal vest might keep your torso warm enough, your arms will get cold. I find it comfortable, but not warm and cozy, down to about 50F - maybe to the high 40s.

You might get away with your 0C rideability if you wore an effective long sleeve thermal underneath, but the jacket is pretty fitted with both liners installed and you may find the arms (biceps and forearms) a bit tight as a result.
Mar 16, 2013
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RevZilla: The Ignition 2 would not be warm enough for those temperatures. Even with both the waterproof and thermal vest liners, there would be too much cold airflow to stay warm. We would recommend a full textile jacket with a full-sleeve insulated liner for those temperatures.

Oct 9, 2012
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PacificRim: I wouldn't. The vest is useless if you need to use it. They needed to include a full vest to cover all areas if needed. Person Experience. Oct 22, 2012
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A shopper asked: I'm looking for some kind of all weather combination.More sport oriented. Jun 7, 2012
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Mirrory: If you don't mind doing a little tailoring work all track pants come with the opposite side of the zipper attached. So you can have a tailor do a zipper replacement on the jacket to the pants of your choice. It usually runs like $30~40 or maybe even less depending on the tailor. Jul 9, 2012
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RevZilla: The Ignition 2 jacket and the Tarmac pant are not compatible. The Ignition 2 Jacket has a 72cm zipper, while the Tarmac pant has a true 360 degree / size specific zipper. Only the Gear 2 Pants come with zipper adapters. The short zipper will work, but not the long zipper. Jun 8, 2012
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geschew: Is there any pants with sliders, that can be combined with this jacket ? Jun 18, 2012
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A shopper asked: How does this jacket compare to the Turbine for protection? Assuming both were upgraded to sas-tec back. Jan 22, 2012
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MicDuc: The Rev'It site lists the Ignition jacket "Monaco Performance Cowhide" as being strengthened for riding on the track or street. AMA racing regs state that riders must wear leather or Kevlar suits. No Cordura which is what the Turbine is made of. It is constructed of 1000D so it should offer decent protection. But if you're looking for ultimate protection it seems the Ignition would be the way to go. Apr 10, 2012
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AliB: From an abrasion resistance standpoint, the Ignition 2 is better because leather is used in conjunction with the Dynax mesh. Although the Turbine is equipped with SuperFabric panels, they are only on the elbows and does not cover as much surface area as the leather in the Ignition 2. Jan 31, 2012
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Burton: I own the sand and looking at the turbine review I would say they would be even in protection if not leaning toward the sand more since it doesn't have mesh. Mesh seems to wear faster than the 400 D they use elsewhere on the sand. Mar 30, 2012
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Jorge M asked: Can I pair this jacket with another brands' trousers such as Dainese or Alpinestars? Jan 28, 2015
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ray e: All my diagnese pants have very small zippers. The Revit zippers including the Ignition jacket have a far more robust heavy duty zipper so the real answer is no they do not match. Work with same brand only . Alpine stars same thing so far as what Alpine D Dry I had was not as heavy as the revit.

Personally I bought both the pants and jacket that matches from Revit. if you want a perfect match get the black version of the jacket as the pants only come in black . Hope this helps. Buying gear is a real crap shoot but at least Revzilla gives you a shot at getting the right fit . I love this jacket and pants combo the only thing I don't like is the cuffs . They are bulky and hard to get the gloves over when it is worn in the rain. As leather mesh goes , I don't know of anything else that is water proof in this price point .
Jan 29, 2015
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Jorge M: You're right! I'm saving the money for the Gear 2 Pants. I already have the Black Ignition 2 and I love it so far. It did help! Thanks ray. Feb 2, 2015
ray e: Of course you can pair this Jacket with any leatther or textile pant . I wear it all the time with my Dianese drake air pants Jan 28, 2015
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Jorge M: Thanks for the answer! So the zippers from the jacket match any pants? Jan 28, 2015
ray e: Very few zippers align with different brands . Some do some don't. just wear the jacket when you try on the pants and see. Obviously all the Revit gear matches up but others may not. How important is the zipper connection. I've never used that option more than on track days and last time i checked mesh does't pass tech on track days . jusayin Jan 29, 2015
Jorge M: You have a point! I just wanted to know because I'm looking for some pants and since the jacket has the zippers I didn't want to buy pants that would render the zipper option useless. Thanks ray Jan 29, 2015
Christopher H asked: Im thinking of hitting the tracks and starting to learn how to ride better and eventually get my racing license Would this jacket pass track and AMA regulations since its not all leather? And what pants would you suggest togo with this for track/street use. Dec 3, 2014
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jason b: Can't say if it is ama but I know for track days here they only require the 360 zip. Pants that go with this are the gear 2 pants. I have both and love them Dec 3, 2014
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Mathew B: Contact the track or tracks you plan on visiting. The requirements for full one piece suits and materials very from place to place. Dec 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: I suppose this is an inquiry regarding the waterproof capabilities. Would the hydratex do well in a storm? Aug 10, 2012
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ctwheels: In my experience, completely waterproof. The only difference is that goretex breathes a little better. You really only notice it when it's really humid/wet out and raining. After you take the gloves/boots off you're a little moist. With Goretex, I've found bone dry hands/feet. Of course if it's really humid out, your hands will be moist anyway because you put-on, take-off the gloves and your hands contact the really humid air. I'm talking about 80-90 degrees F and 90% plus humidity, then rain (yuck)...happened a lot so far this year on the east coast. Aug 12, 2012
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PacificRim: It doesn't! If you sweat, you will get clammy. IMO, for go the liner and vest, they are really worthless. If you do that, go a size down. I'm speaking of personal experience. Oct 22, 2012
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A shopper asked: I'm a 38.5 inch chestÔªø since the cut changed should I go for a 50 instead of a 48? I have a Rev'it CR Textile 48 that fits me fine, but that's probably because its worn in. Jan 21, 2012
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AliB: If you are wearing a REV'IT! CR Textile jacket, they are sized alpha numerically, not Euro numeric sizing. It's likely that you are either a medium or a large. If you have a REV'IT! CR Leather jacket that fits you comfortably in size 48, then I would recommend the same size in the Ignition 2. If you are wearing a size Large in the REV'IT! CR Textile, I would recommend a size 50 in the Ignition 2. Feb 1, 2012
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cklsynt: Sorry! I ment Rev'it! Sirocco not CR >_<, my mind was going blank. But I've had the Sirocco for awhile and I think it may fit me still because its worn in and I don't wear the liners. D: Feb 1, 2012
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A shopper asked: Hey guys. Anyone know if this jacket will fit back protectors other than revit's ? Like the dainese G2? Or did anyone used this jacket over a standalone back protector? Thanks! Dec 16, 2014
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ray e: I used the one from revit with mone . I hav a G2 udrf with deanese jackets but i think tke siztech is a better overall fit Dec 16, 2014
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rami h asked: Hi Guys.. I'm pretty much sold on this jacket but I'm not sure which color to get. Have several black riding jackets and would like to try the Anthracite.. I can tell from the video! Maybe someone who went for the Anthracite can help? Sep 18, 2014
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Miguel M: I would definitely recomend this color. Mine looks new after few months and it is very easy to clean. The jacket is very comfortable in any weather. Best jacket in the market by far..... Sep 18, 2014
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James H asked: I bought a size 48 but the sleeves are short on me. I am planning on returning it and picking up the next size up (50). Im a very thin guy at 170lbs and 6' tall. I like the slimness of my 48 but I just need more sleeve. Does the next size up offer much more sleeve? Or do just the chest and waist measurements differ? Sep 9, 2014
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Mathew B: I am 6'-2", 190 lbs with some pretty long arms. I currently own a siz 54 Ignition 2 Jacket and the sleeves are an acceptable length. It was hard to find a a brand that fits slimmer people with longer arms but I found REV'IT to be the best fit. Unfortunately jacket sleeves are always going to be a little short for guys like us with longer arms but the right set of gloves will fix that. Try the next size up and if that doesn't work, Revzilla has an awesome return policy and great customer service. Sep 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: When will you have this model in full black in size 46? Oct 18, 2012
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PacificRim: Check back this Friday. I just returned mine today. It should be in Philly by Friday (Oct.26)! It's the Black/Anthracite Color. Hope that helps. Oct 22, 2012
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A shopper asked: I fit nicely into a size 50 Tarmac Revit Leather Jacket, with a little room for a back protector.
My chest size varies between 39-40".

I was wondering what size I would be for this jacket?

Your youtube video claims that the Revit has now made their jackets a little looser fitting and sometimes you will need to size down for the ignition 2.
Sep 15, 2012
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Keystonemachine: I bought this jacket in my regular size of XL and had to send it back and get a 2XL. They run small. Sep 17, 2012
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eli f asked: Love this jacket! Wondering if there is a way to take off the metal logo from the front of the jacket? Just don't like branding of this type where it interrupts the smoothness and lines of the leather/mesh combo Mar 29, 2015
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A shopper asked: How long are the sleeves for size 50? If you can answer my question, please state from which points you are measuring. Mar 4, 2015
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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.

  • 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! Men's Leather Jacket Size Chart

REV'IT! Size Chest (in) Waist (in)
46 35-37 30-32
48 37-38 33-34
50 39-40 34-35
52 40-41 36-37
54 42-43 38-40
56 43-44 40-42
58 45-46 42-43
60 46-48 44-46
62 48-49 46-48

Click here for Unisex sizing (XS-XXXL)

Note that waist corresponds to "true waist" measured at your belly button. The waist measurement will not necessarily correlate to your jean size.

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full REV'IT! Size Chart
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