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REV'IT! Melville Jacket
  • REV'IT! Melville Jacket - Black
  • REV'IT! Melville Jacket - Black
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REV'IT! Melville Jacket

The REV'IT! Melville Jacket is everything a classic British styled waxed cotton riding jacket isn't. Embodying the same enduring style, the Melville has a ultra waxed cotton twill shell that provides excellent weather protection, but as if that's not enough REV'IT! has bonded that shell to a Hydratex waterproof and breathable membrane to ensure you stay dry and a removable thermal liner to keep you warm. Knox Lite CE certified armor is also included and a pocket for a Seesoft Type KN back protector makes it so you can ride in style and stay totally protected. 


  • Outer Shell: Wax coated cotton twill
  • Insulation: Detachable thermal liner
  • Waterproofing: Hydratex | mesh G-liner (5000mm H2O)
  • Breathability: Hydratex | mesh G-liner (5000g/m2/24hrs)
  • Composition: Outer shell: 100% cotton
  • Lining: 100% polyester
  • Thermal Liner: 100% polyester (insulation 100% polyester)
  • Protection:
  • Visibility: Reflection at collar


  • Fit: City fit, regular
  • Adjustability: Adjustment tabs at collar and cuffs, waist belt, adjustment drawcord at hips
  • Pockets: Stash pockets, hand warmer pockets, inner pockets

Please Note: Jacket featured in video is a pre-production model and varies slightly from the Melville images and description, which are accurate.

REV'IT! Men's Textile/Mesh Jacket Sizing

Size Chest (cm) Waist (cm)
SM 86-94 76-83
MD 95-100 84-89
LG 101-106 90-95
XL 107-112 96-102
2XL 113-118 103-110
3XL 119-124 111-117
4XL 125-130 118-123
5XL 131-138 124-129
6XL 139-146 130-135

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

How To Measure

C Chest Measure around the fullest part of your chest, under the armpits, keeping the measuring tape parallel to the ground.
W Waist Measure around your natural waistline, around the top of the hip bones, inline with the navel while keeping the measuring tape parallel to the ground.
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
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REV'IT! Melville Jacket 4.2 5 32 32
Excellent! Lovin' it! Rev'it just seems to be a heck of a good brand. Light enough to be worn in relatively high temps. Heavy enough with the liner to go cold. If I layered up underneath this jacket it could probably get me down into the low 30's. Without the liner up to lower 80's (Unzip the chest down a bit for some otherwise nonexistent airflow). Keep in mind that's my tolerance and I handle hot better than cold. But I love this jacket! It's especially good for those that want something that doesn't scream, "Motorcycle Jacket!". FYI: It basically looks like leather to casual observers. March 29, 2016
Wind proof, warm,very good quality. Strange fit. Have not ridden in rain yet, but this jacket is warm,very wind resistant. Very nice remove able liner. Zippers, snaps, belt, etc. all look like it should last a long time. The look of of the cotton exterior is deceiving: hard to believe it is not nylon, but it seems it will "wear-in" like cotton or leather after a season or two. It does not have the look/feel of the vintage Belstaff I used to have:maybe after some break-in. The fit is small: I am the same size as the model in the video (6ft 190). He had L so I ordered an XL. Had to send it back for an XXL:sleeves/short, shoulders/tight. Sent back the back armor, used old piece from last jacket because of fit. March 22, 2016
All weather, Cross country, h3ll yeah! I've been riding this jacket for a year, and it's amazing. "It is 100 waterproof, windproof, and warm." Bam. That's it. I rode from Chicago to Barber Vintage Festival last October, and the versatility was so great. Windy and COLD at 5am here, but HOT and wet in Alabama. The layers are unmatched, the protection provides an "I can feel the safety" mentality, and it's just cool looking. Everyone loves it. One con: I'm a built dude. So the shoulders and arms are snug when the liner is in, but the belt could use some extra eyelits to synch it closed, since it ends up being loose when off the bike. (I wear a L, bought an XL) biggest CON: made in China. March 2, 2016
Great jacket! Survived the cold and wet better than I did. I put this jacket to the test immediately upon getting it. I found the fit to be a little snug with the liner, such that I couldn't wear anything under it than a base layer. I'm 5'8'' and wear only mediums, so going up to a large seemed risky. I suppose I'll try to shed some weight and avoid too much upper-body muscle building. I took it out into the cold and wet with just a base layer and it worked very well in temperatures as low as 35 degrees. I haven't taken it into sub-freezing weather, but I'm confident it would work well. It also looks great andcan totally be worn out even without the bike. December 13, 2015
Superb Style - Good Value I have had my Rev'It Melville for 10 months. The style is impeccable. At the price point, it is certainly a terrific alternative to the high-priced waxed cotton icons such as those from Belstaff and Barbour. There are a few quirks however that should be noted. First, as others have mentioned, the material does not feel like waxed cotton. It looks, feels and smells like a synthetic material. I had to read the label to verify that it is indeed cotton. I still have a hard time believing it. Others have mentioned short sleeves. I have average arm length (34/35" for dress shirts) and the sleeves on the Melville are the right length for a fashion jacket. But for riding, they are a little short when reaching for the bars. However there are a few mitigating factors. First, given the style of the jacket, I usually use this jacket in fall, winter and spring, when I'm using a glove with a guantlet. Thus the short sleeve doesn't bother me. This is further mitigated by my second point. There is an inner cuff that can be extended almost an inch beyond the seam line of the sleeve cuff. Look at the picture I've attached. The belt is a classic feature on this jacket. I think it is essential, given the blousy fit. I think the belt should have more holes. I use the very last one, and I am not skinny (6 ft., 215 lbs and 34" waist). I think skinnier guys would have a hard time cinching it tight enough. Also, there should be more belt loops. Mine comes out and flaps around from the wind when riding at speed. I intend to attach a snap to the end of the belt to secure it to itself. Now I'm using a small binder clip. Lastly, the buckle is seems cheaply made, but it works fine. A buckle-wrap like Belstaff employs to keep the buckle from scratching paint would be a nice added touch. So far, I focused on some of the things I would change for this jacket, but haven't mentioned just how much I like it. It certainly delivers on the looks. One of my bikes is a modern-classic Triumph, and the Melville is my go-to jacket. It is very warm, too. I am very comfortable down to 50F (below that I switch to heated gear). It is also quite good in the rain. Overall I am very pleased with the Melville jacket. October 13, 2015
Style and function My wife bought me this jacket for my birthday last year. I haven't noticed the fitment problem other reviewers have mentioned. I commute in AZ on a cafe racer style Moto Guzzi with pretty aggressive clipons. I can get me down to 45F with the liner, and I rode home this afternoon at 104F. Not too shabby. September 30, 2015
Horrible Fit The person who designed this jacket has never sat on a motorcycle. The sleeves are way way way too short and the shoulders are way to constrictive. The medium and large are pretty similar both tight round the shoulders and short arms. The large is just better if you have a fat guts. so if you have wide shoulders and long arms but you are slim like me the fit is horrible. Apart from that its a great jacket. July 3, 2015
fit is a bit weird Overall a pretty nice jacket. It would be nice if it had a little more ventilation for warm days, but it's not very thick so it doesn't matter to much. It also fits pretty tight in the shoulders and pretty loose around the waist, at least for my build. I think an extra loop or two in the belt might fix that though. May 11, 2015
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Have a functionality, fit, or otherwise product-specific question about the REV'IT! Melville Jacket? Ask it here! If you have a customer service or shipping question, please direct it to our Customer Service department.

With the REV'IT! Mellville Jacket there's not gonna be any surprises in the cut, more of a European but standard type cut here from REV'IT. Now when we think about the positioning of the Melville, it's that classic design, the outer shell actually is waxed cotton. But the interior has a non-removable, HydroTex lining for waterproof breathability.

This style is a very classic motorcycle riding style, and the exterior being waxed cotton really gives it that feel as well as that look in the way that it hangs on your body and that throwback style. Four main pockets, they're water resistant not waterproof and very subtle branding here from REV'IT. Two colors available. There's the black. There's also that olive brown color as well. We're using snaps wherever we can here on the Melville, up near the collar, these snaps all the way down. We do have YKK zippers throughout. High-quality materials.

The nice part about this jacket if we look at the Mellville jacket, it's hard to tell that it incorporates armor. Knox CE-rated armor in the shoulders as well as the elbows. You can always upgrade the back as well. Now breaking it down, you're gonna see when I open it up rain gutter construction, big YKK Vislon zipper that goes down. This is actually from REVIT. This is removable. It is a keychain that comes with it. But notice the big zipper pull, a few subtle yellow elements that just add some flavor to it, and if we open it up, high quality, quilted thermal liner.

Now the Melville's gonna be a step up from the Brera in the new REV'IT City Urban line, but from here you'd really step into something like the Spectrum which becomes more of a technical touring coat. So from this city inspired, urban look the Melville is the top of the line. The thermal also has a collar on it, and if we look past it, you're gonna see the silver behind it is that HydroTex G-liner. And then we have fully functioning pockets on the inside as well. You also have cinches down here along the waistline to really ratchet it down.

There are clean lines that come down along the shoulders. You can see that major belt that comes around right along the mid-section to cinch it in and give it that classic look. Turn backwards for me. The only REV'IT branding here besides the subtle REV'IT embossing on the snaps is gonna be on this anthracite reflective panel on the back of the collar. It does say REV'IT but again, for this type of rider, this is a great looking jacket on or off the bike. And that's really what it's designed to do.

So remember, two colorways, touring cut here, no surprises.