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The Rev'It! Opera Jacket proves it's possible to construct an outer shell from a cotton-wool mix and still get 100% waterproofing, achieved by laminating the membrane to the inside of the shell. Wind is blocked from entering the neck and cuffs through knitted closures. The thermal liner is removable, and so is the CE Approved Knox Lite armor at the elbows and shoulders. Integrating seamlessly into city life has never been as easy as with the Opera Jacket. Wear it any way you like it.
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A S: Very stylish look with protection built in. Already have a summer jacket so this being a 3 season colder weather coat is a perfect addition to my gear. Weather resistance is always a plus in the fall/winter/spring. This coat looks amazingJan 25, 2014
A shopper asked:When do you expect the 2013 Rev'it collection available in the store?Sep 15, 2013
michael k:I am not familiar with the shift jacket. your lean so large will fit more snug, but may fall short on your sleeves due to height. if you are looking for the casual fit you may want the xl, sorry if this is not more help
I am 6'1" 250lb fairly fit bodybuilder type i bought the 2xl, it fits slightly snug but over all pretty well. it is a touch long on the sleeve, length is a bit long but ok, great in the shoulders, a little tight around my biceps.Dec 31, 2013
Yun Lung Y:I'm 6'1 195 lb. I picked up a L and it fit real well. I have a swimmers build, 43 inch chest, and 32 waist. It fits perfect. The large fits perfect, so I'm not sure your build. Hope that helps.
Daniel W asked:Little confused about the discrepancy between the sizing chart and what's said in the video and the answers below. The sizing chart says if you have a 41-44 inch chest then you're an XL. Yet Peter in the video has a 42" chest, and one of the folks below has a 43" chest and both prefer the large.
I have a 44" chest, 6'1", 210 lbs. I wear a large in a FirstGear Kilimanjaro jacket.
What's the right size here? Feels like the sizing chart is quite deceptive. Resulting in a lot of returns maybe?Apr 11, 2014
Thomas U:I'm 5'9", 180 lbs with a 42" chest & relatively broad shoulders, and I got the XL. It's a little baggy for me in the torso, but not too bad (enough that I can comfortably wear a sport coat underneath if I need to for work), and the torso length is good.
However, the sleeves are really long on me, enough so that I do sometimes wonder if I should have gotten the L. One note to the Revzilla and Rev'it folks: You should include sleeve sizing on the sizing chart.Apr 15, 2014
michael k:I am in the 50-52 chest range 6'1" 250. 36 waist. I have a xxl. Fits well. A touch snug in arms but not bad. I was concerned at first since most jackets don't fit my arms or shoulders. My ducati jacket is a 60. I would say it depends on if you want tight fit or loose fit. Mine is tight.... but any tighter and it would limit my arm movement.