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The Rev'It! Oxford jacket marries a retro look with the most modern functionality. The exterior design is based on a traditional motorcycle jacket silhouette, but the inside features state of the art functionality. The robust outer shell is strong and durable. On the inside you will find Knox Lite protection at the shoulders and elbows, a detachable thermal liner to keep you warm and a pocket prepared for a Seesoft CE-level 2 back protector insert (sold separately). This vintage-inspired jacket's outer shell has not been coated which gives the jacket a rugged look and feel.
Found what I was looking for
I was in need of a riding jacket that could double as a townie coat, plus something that was fitting for my vintage BMW R50/2. This fits the bill very nicely on both fronts. It would be nice to have better ventilation, but the waterproof characteristic is very nice. It fits well and looks good even on me!
September 8, 2014
Disappointing build quality. Wish I had returned.
I was looking for a jacket that would provide decent protection and warmth for my suburban commute in Northern California. I chose a cooler weather jacket because the temperature varies so much here even during the summer.
When I first received the jacket it fit great and looked less like a moto jacket than most of them. I appreciated all the pockets, especially the hidden zippered breast pocket you can access even when it is zipped up. It arrived missing one of the armor pieces but Revzilla sent that promptly with no hassle. I was a little surprised this expensive jacket was made in China but I had heard good things about Rev'it quality and the fit was good (a true medium). It provided good warmth down to the high thirties with the liner and was wearable in the heat to the mid eighties if moving. I didn't get a chance to wear it in the rain.
Then I started noticing the loose threads. They are all over the jacket. It was too late to return so I decided to live with them. Two weeks into owning the jacket a large hole had developed in that inside pocket I mentioned. I never had anything sharp in there and only used it to hold my wallet/phone.
I sent it in for a warranty return and it'll be a month or two before I have a jacket again. Really disappointed in Rev'it's quality. Don't make the same mistake I did.
August 28, 2014
Great on/off bike jacket
First off, the Oxford is a pretty cool looking jacket if you want to look decent at work. The removable belt is a great feature for that. The belt loops aren't so bod as to look out of place without the belt.
Rev's vid helped me select my size, sort of. I looked at the model's height to determine my size. I usually order a small, but they didn't have it in stock. With the video review, I suspected I could get away with a medium, and I did! Score! Thanks Revzilla!!!
I'm 5' 8", 140lbs, 37" chest. So most times, a small is nice and snug.The Oxford actually fits me snug for a medium. May be the liner or the Euro fit.
Sleeve- since I ride elbows bent, it's just right.
Features- it was sub 37 deg at night in San Francisco, Bay Area. Trust me, that's cold for us spoiled west coasties, but the jacket held up. Core was kept warm in a 30-min 75mph and over ride.
I hope I don't have to test the jacket's abrasion resistance as it looks like it'll rip in a spill. At least the jacket comes with armor (shoulder/elbows).
Bottom line, get it if you think you like it. Maaaaaybe size up like I did. Then you can wear a vest under it, as well.
December 19, 2013
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Ken C: I prefer the non-shiny look of cotton over the waxed cotton Melville. I plan to return the Melville.Aug 21, 2014
Devon S: Taking a gamble on whether this will seem protective enough for my commute. Hoping so because the style appeals to me much more than other motorcycle jackets and Rev'it is usually quality. I will update with a full review after a bit of testing.Jul 19, 2014
Jonathon K: I wanted a coat that was warmer a different style. I also like the brand.Feb 24, 2014
A shopper asked:What is the difference between this and the Melville? Is this an update or a new piece?Jan 26, 2014
Jerry Y:Even though they are both based on similar designs, released around the same time, they are two totally different jackets in terms of outer shell material and fit adjustability. The Oxford doesn't have that waxed-cotton look and feel. Waxed cotton gives the jacket a "wet" or slick look to the cotton. If you're into that look, you'll like the Melville. Next, the Oxford has a removable belt, which I like, on my commutes, I take the belt off. I may need it to clip things to on longer rides, like a phone or muiti-tool for easy reach. But it's not a real belt (thin material), just enough to adjust your jacket if need be, and maybe hold a light item or two. It has belt loops which help hold it in place. The Melville, from the videos, do NOT have a removable belt even though the product photo shows it does. It has waist adjustments that cannot be removed. Either way, depending on which look you prefer, both are probably equal in value, low profile branding, detachable liner, and armor, with pockets abound. Good luck in your search!Jan 26, 2014
Harout D:I have both the Melville and the Oxford. They are identical in every aspect. I'm pretty sure they are made of the same patterns. The only difference is the outer material. The Melville is made of waxed cotton, which gives it a sheen while the Oxford is made of waterproof textile and has a matte black finish. If you look at their pictures side by side, you can see white highlights on the Melville while the Oxford is simply flat black with no highlights. They are both excellent jackets and I highly recommend them. If you like Barbour and Belstaff motorcycle jackets but don't want to spend $1,000, the Oxford is definitely for you.Jan 26, 2014
A shopper asked:Between the Oxford and Melville jackets, which have a fully removable belt? The item pictures for both make it look they both have them, but in the video reviews, it looks like the Melville's belt is attached at the sides, more like an cinch/adjustment.Oct 8, 2013