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REVIT Poseidon Jacket

Are there no boundaries to your sense of adventure? Are you always pushing yourself to your limits? Then the REV'IT! Poseidon GORE-TEX Jacket will suit you just fine. It feels lightweight, but appearances are deceptive as this jacket’s rugged outer shell is made for riding in extreme conditions.

It has a very low water pickup and is 100 percent waterproof as the membrane is laminated to the outer shell. The innovative VCS | Aquadefence with FidLock® magnetic fastener system offers excellent on-demand ventilation and can be closed with one hand while riding due to the FidLock magnetic fastener. The FidLock magnetic fastener not only uses the attraction but also the repulsion of magnets. This leads to a robust closure with high locking strength that can still be easily opened with one hand while riding. With CE-certified protection, reflective panels, collar hook, connection zippers and the possibility to adjust the fit and the option to upgrade the jacket with a Challenger cool vest and HV Connector vest—this jacket offers the complete package.

Protection Features:

  • Outer Shell: 3L GORE-TEX Pro nylon 600D fabric, 2L Nylon 600D GORE-TEX fabric, 3L stretch GORE-TEX Pro fabric, SuperFabric, polyester rib, Wax polyester 600D Lorica
    • 3L at elbows and shoulders for higher durability
    • 2L at body of the jacket is softer and more flexible
  • Insulation: Detachable thermal liner
  • Waterproofing: 2L GORE-TEX fabric
  • Breathability: 2L GORE-TEX fabric
  • Composition:
    • outer shell: 84% polyamide, 16% GORE-TEX membrane (ePTFE)
    • lining: 75% polyester, 25% polyamide 
    • thermal liner: 100% polyamide (insulation 100% polyester)
  • Protection:
    • Sas-Tec CE protection at shoulders and elbows
    • SuperFabric panels at the shoulders and elbows
    • Back Protector (sold separately):
      • Seesoft Back Protector -Type RV
      • Type RV / Size 04 fits MD
      • Type RV / Size 05 fits LG-2XL
      • Type RV / Size 06 fits 3XL
  • Visibility: Laminated reflection at the upper arms, chest and back

Ergonomic Features:

  • Fit: Tour fit, regular
  • Adjustability: UTA tab at cuffs, flexisnap, adjustment straps at waist, adjustment strap at upper and under arms, adjustment drawcord at hips
  • Ventilation: VCS Aquadefence, VCS zipper at the back and under arms, air outlet at under arms, VCS Aquadefence with FidLock magnetic fastener
  • Features: Prepared for Challenger Cooling Vest insert, Prepared for Vest Connector HV, collar hook, short and long connection zipper, stretch at elbows
  • Pockets: Waterproof stash pockets, back pocket, hand warmer pockets, inner pockets
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Rev'It Poseidon Gear OK, finally got a chance to ride in my new Rev’It Poseidon gear. The fit is almost perfect on me, the jacket fits exactly as it should. With the liner in I think there is room for my Gerbing’s as well, but didn’t try or need it today. The pants don’t fit as well as the jacket, but I bought the XL since it fit me when I tried it on last month at a nearby shop, but they were the regular length and were 3-4“ too long for my short inseam challenged legs. Should be able to also wear my Gerbing’s beneath them. The short leg length is perfect for me, they are a bit big at the gut or waist and if I lose much weight I’ll need to use suspenders. (Yeah, like I’ll lose some weight). The finish is first rate, the seams, zippers and Velcro closures are very well done and show a real advancement in some of the other gear I tried on or considered. Others would do well to emulate this. My other consideration and was the Klim Badlands Pro and they are equal to the task as well. For me the final decision was fit. The Poseidon fit better that the BP, on me, so before you get your panties in a wad the final call was I preferred the Rev’It and especially when it came to the pants, Klim doesn’t offer us inseam challenged folks an option. At least if you are as short legged as I am.  Now to the ride…..the weather was 48-56 all day long and the elevation ranged from 700’ to 3200’, it was sunny and a light wind. I wore only my usual LD Comfort riding shorts and a t shirt as a base. I was warm enough for the 170 or so miles, but had the sun not been shining I would have worn a layer beneath the Poseidon gear. It is comfortable and movement was not hindered in any way. So I can safely say after my initial riding impression that the Poseidon gear exceeds my expectations and I think we’ll enjoy a long and enjoyable relationship. Anxious to see how it fares in the rain and warmer weather as well. Will update this when that happens. March 24, 2014
Perfect fit and great product! I've got it! Finally! Thanks to my wonderful wife (thanks Honey!!!) I do have a jacket and pants. This is the coolest set I've ever had. I've been riding in rather low temp (34F) and nothing - I felt like in armor. Cool, cool stuff. I definitely recommend it! February 19, 2014
Satisfies every need. So far..... I just received the light grey Poseidon GTX jacket and pants today, but with only one ride so far wearing the new kit, I can tell that I have bought two ATGATT essentials that will last me a very long time. The detailing (or 'make', for those in the garment business) on the Rev'It Poseidon GTX stuff is really, very good. Just enough pockets, inside and out; the attention to detail is evident; comfort-level is high, too. I have read about people not liking the lighter colour option, but having ridden in a black jacket for over 10 years (nicknamed "Punishment Coat"), I am not at all worried about looking like a NASA shuttle commander... I am 6'2", 195-200 lbs and I have settled on the XL in both the pants and the jacket. The excellent adjustability on both the pants/ jacket mean that there is 'room to grow' for sure. I love the dual closures on the jacket's cuffs: a long, gathering zip and a strong Velcro tab make sure that it fits right, immediately. Once the Velcro is set, I only need to open/ close the zippers and everything is streamlined. Gauntlet-style gloves fit over the cuff without any issue. I have been riding all day in the Northern Washington/ Lower Mainland of Vancouver, BC in unusually cold (for here) temperatures: 0 to -4 degrees Celsius (32 to 24.8 Fahrenheit), at a standstill. At 120 kph (75 mph), it gets much colder and still, I was warm and toasty underneath the comfy, lined, two-piece suit. I looked at the Dianese Teren D-Dry jacket/ pants as well but I decided that I was tired of zip-out waterproof liners: Gore-Tex Pro is the business and with the right care, this stuff should last me a while. My only (minor) caveat is that at such cold temperatures, the SAS-TEC armour is much less yielding to bent knees/ elbows but thankfully, it doesn't get this cold often here and Spring/ Summer are just around the corner. Also, as mentioned in almost every review that I have read on the innanets, the included back-pad is useless and a jacket of this calibre should have the SeeSoft protection included instead. Otherwise, LOVE this gear. Thanks again Revzilla for making this painless and swift. February 8, 2014
Not for where I ride. Lo these many years I’ve searched for the “do it all” jacket. I like to travel light and not have to haul around a bunch of extra “stuff” to accommodate climate changes. Looks like I need to keep on searching as, at least here in southern Arizona, this ain’t it. Here in AZ, when we’re coming home from a chilly +/or wet ride up north, venting is a BFD. Those aqua-defense vents are billed as allowing “massive” air flow. Fact is compared to the venting on say, a Sand 2 the GTX is pretty pathetic. As to the “vents” on the sleeves; I have no idea what those are for as they sure contribute nothing to the interior airflow. Concerning the claim that the fid-lok vent hold open thingies are “a snap to operate even with gloves on”: Good luck with that; at least while sitting on the bike with a helmet on so you can’t see the gizmos. One last thing. For a garment at this price point I think the zippers are pretty shabby. The wrist zippers would barely operate and I wouldn’t hold out a lot of hope that main zipper to go the distance. So, it’s back to my trusty Sand 2 and a rain jacket in the saddlebags. January 15, 2014
Checks all my boxes I'm 5'10" 175, 42" chest, 33" waste, athletic build. Went with a large and it fits great, maybe a half inch longer on the arms then I would like but doesn't really matter once gloves are on and on the bike. Minus rain, I put it through it's paces this weekend. Started of the day 40 degree's and brisk #live in SoCal# ended the day in the 80's. Started on the street and spent the day on the trails. Jacket liner was great and once removed airflow was nice. Went with the light grey and can say that I was a lot cooler in the sun then the others I was riding with once it got warm. The liner removal and replacement is great, I like the color coded sleeve attachment system, as well as the pouch for the detached liner. Neck collar is nice and soft. I've had other jackets wear after a long day it starts to annoy me, not so with the Poseidon Few minor gripes: - The neck collar can be hooked to stay open to allow airflow. Only issue is it's a hook not a snap so a few times it came undone and flapped a little. Not a big deal, my guess is that it needs to break in a little. - The back protector if you want to call it that is a joke. For the price they should have given something a little better. If you buy the jacket, invest in an upgraded back protection. One concern - Velcro for the front seal over the front zipper. A slight concern over wear and tear. If it holds up over time then no worries. Very pleased with the purchase, have to thank Drew from Revzilla for helping with selection and sizing. For me this should be a nice 4 season jacket. If you dip below 40 then I'd suggest an extra thermal layer. Probably sweat some if above 85, but that goes with just about anything. Probably invest in there cooling vest for the late summer months out here when hits those high dry temps. December 16, 2013
Exchanged a Defender GTX suit for this.... I originally purchased the Defender GTX suit instead of the Poseidon GTX, for a couple of reasons: 1. I thought it would be cooler in hot weather, since the Gore-Tex liner is removable. 2. Better-looking suit, since the Poseidon jacket looks boxier to me, plus the Defender is closer to a white-silver color vs the Poseidon's drab shade of light gray. Once I received the Defender, however, I knew I had to return it. The sleeves were much too long. The forearms were so baggy that the elbow pads flopped loosely, even when everything was cinched together as tight as it could go. The little loop and hook designed to keep the collar open in warm weather wouldn't stay hooked. Too many liners = too much complication, especially when trying to stuff the gauntlet of a long glove beneath multiple liners. Zipping the jacket to the pants proved to be nearly impossible when wearing the liners, and almost equally difficult without them. Horrible placement of the connecting zippers, laying them one right on top of the other. The Poseidon seems to have fixed most of these issues for me. For one thing, I can at least zip the suit together while wearing it now, which I couldn't with the Defender. Also, while I would still say the sleeves are perhaps an inch longer than I would prefer, they're not bad. And, even though the designs seem identical, for some reason the loop manages to stay hooked when I want to keep the collar open. I would greatly prefer a simple velcro or magnet method of pinning the collar open, but this hook-and-loop method did at least work (it remained hooked) during my ride. I remain dubious as to how I'm supposed to stuff the gauntlets of my gloves beneath the liner—I can do it with a bare hand easily enough, but once I have a glove on I can't manage the other glove—and that remains my primary concern with this suit. They should have made the wrist closure wider to accommodate gloves in wet conditions. As it sits now, I have to wear the gauntlet over the sleeve cuff when I'm wearing the liner, which means water will find its way into the glove. Also, I almost can't close the lined cuff over the glove. Again, the cuff needs to be wider, with a greater range of closure. And having seen the gray color in the flesh, now I'm wishing I'd bought the black suit. The gray jacket with the gray pants looks like a space suit, according to the comments I've received so far. I figured the black version would be too hot in summer, but now I'm thinking I would make that trade. My only other issue with this jacket so far is that it feels a bit constricting, especially in the right underarm area. I think a large would have fit me best through the torso, but then the sleeves would be WAY too long, which is why I stuck with the medium. Hopefully it will loosen up once it breaks in, and everything will be fine. So, those are my only issues with the jacket. Oh, and it could also use more easily accessible pockets for keys and wallets and things, as opposed to those two lower pockets with their very narrow openings. At least they're waterproof, though. On the plus side, this jacket seems exceedingly well made, with very high-quality materials. I'm a little concerned about the long-term durability of the main zipper, which seems like it could stand to be a whole lot beefier, though perhaps that's a necessary trade-off in order to ensure the jacket's waterproofness. Otherwise, everything else seems built to last. Its relatively snug fit is a welcome attribute on an upright naked bike. No flapping at all. The armor sits exactly where it should, and it doesn't move around. It's not going anywhere. I feel very secure in this thing. One huge positive is that the snug fit combined with the excellent thermal liner has allowed me to go without any of my heated gear, which is downright amazing to me. I can scarcely believe it, but even in high-thirties/low-forties temps I'm doing fine with just the liner. Makes me wonder just how warm this suit is going to be once it gets hot again, even with all the flaps open. And, come summer, I sure hope that hook-and-loop collar opening continues to stay hooked. All in all, other than the color choice I made, I'm thinking this suit is the one. I'm ridiculously picky, and still the Poseidon looks to have everything covered. It's not quite perfect, but it's probably about as close to perfect as a single four-season suit can be, at least for me. As long as it loosens up a bit upon breaking in, and if the collar manages to stay open when needed, AND if I can figure out how to stuff the gauntlets of cold-weather gloves beneath the sleeve cuffs with the liners in place, this should end up being my every-day go-to suit for the next ten years. December 16, 2013
Excellent and Versatile Jacket I've had the opportunity to take a few rides covering a few hundred miles since receiving my Poseidon jacket a couple of weeks ago. Temperatures have been between around 62 to 38 degrees (F). The jacket is comfortable down to around 55 degrees with the thermal liner installed. Below that I add a heated liner. Some might wish this jacket was warm enough to not need an electric liner, but I think that if that were the case it would probably be too hot in the summer. I can feel some airflow through the jacket which makes me optimistic that it will still be OK when the weather warms up. I bought a size XL, and it fits very much like the XL Sand jacket I've owned for a few years. The vents are easy to open and close with one hand while riding but I haven't had a chance to test them in warm weather yet. The cuffs close with a zipper, which I find more convenient than a Velcro strap on other jackets, and it seems as if leaving the zipper unzipped will allow air to be scooped up into the sleeves. The Velcro on the pockets seems to be better quality than on some other Revit jackets. It holds very securely and doesn't seem to be wearing out almost immediately, as some other jackets did. I like to take motorcycle trips lasting 3 or 4 weeks and covering several thousand miles a few times a year. On a trip like that you need to be prepared for every kind of weather. I think the Poseidon is going to handle a broad range of weather conditions better than any other jacket I've tried. I've filled a closet with jackets in my quest for the perfect one. The Poseidon looks as if its going to be the closest to perfection I've found so far. December 10, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Dean d: I have had great luck with RevIt gear in the past both on the track around the world and also on my street bike travelling in NA. Ihave loved the fit and wear of the gear and the quality has surpassed my expectations. I have gone from my RevIt gear to other gear and including some premium BMW gear and also Klim. OF them all I am going back to RevIt. This new laminated Goretex gear is the ticket for me. Apr 4, 2014
Gavin D: It has all the features that I am looking for and is a very well made garment. I hope I get a lot of miles under me with this jacket! Feb 2, 2014
Ryan C asked: I am considering this Jacket and also the matching pant. I am also looking at the Dainese Talos pair. Can you help with any pros and cons of either set in general also compared to each other? I am curious about the jacket and the pant. Thank you for any and all info you can provide! Oct 8, 2013
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Avery S: Size 05 Jan 9, 2014
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Greg F: The specs say that this will take a Seesoft Type RV. The Seesoft fitment table doesn't list Poseidon yet. What size(s) of RV will these take? In my case, I need it for a large. Thanks. Oct 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does the jacket work well with the least Stx brace? That is, do the struts of the brace interfere with chest or rear vents? Mar 10, 2014
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sean e: Not sure about STX, I have a Leatt brace. I don't' have any issue's. You have to lift the brace up a little to get the the front pockets open, but it rest just on top after they are open. Mar 10, 2014
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Gavin T: Sean, which Leatt brace do you own? Aside from the front, does it work well with the rear vent? Mar 25, 2014
Gavin T: Sean, which Leatt brace do you own? Aside from the front, does it work well with the rear vent? Mar 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: having trouble deciding on a jacket. I like the toned down look of the gtx however it seems the Klim badlands Pro is more ventilated. I live in san diego so I'm more concerned with warm weather riding then I am about cold. Which would you consider a better option fro warm weather riding?

other options possibly?
Oct 28, 2013
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Avery S: There has been multiple reports of the Badlands leaking at the arm and pocket zippers on naked bikes. Jan 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does anyone know if MD will be the smallest size this jacket will be available in? I could've sworn I saw smaller sizes but after checking recently they've been removed. Oct 22, 2013
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Shashank M: Yes, MD is the smallest size for this jacket. I am myself in need of a SM and emailed Revit EU, they informed me that the jacket will not be made in SM size. I guess the only option for me now is to get a Klim. Dec 3, 2013
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Greg F asked: The specs say that this will take a Seesoft Type RV. The Seesoft fitment table doesn't list Poseidon yet. What size(s) of RV will these take? In my case, I need it for a large. Thanks. Oct 19, 2013
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Shashank M: Per Revit website, you would need size 5 with all large Revit textile jackets. http://www.revit.eu/en/#/products/FPB003 Dec 3, 2013
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A shopper asked: This jacket has everything I want, and gets top rating in the most recent issue of Motorcycle Consumer News. What is the closest women's counterpart in your lineup? Feb 26, 2014
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Bruce C asked: Have been looking at the Poseidon gear now for close to a month, and since I actually was able to try on a set yesterday I have noted a discrepancy between the jacket I tried on and the video. The fidlock magnetic devices on this one do NOT release by pulling down on the fidlock, but by pulling them up. Can you tell me when Rev'it made this change and maybe the reasoning as well? Alos tried on the Klim Badlands Pro and it will be one of two sets that get my vote, or should I say dollars? Each has it's strong/weak points, at least for me.

PS Your product video are second to none!!!!
Feb 6, 2014
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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! Unisex Jacket Sizing

Size Chest (in) Ladies REV'IT! Size Mens REV'IT! Size Height
2XS 30-32 32/34 4'9" - 5'1"
XS 32-34 36/38 4'9" - 5'1"
SM 34-37 38/40 -/46 5'1" - 5'6"
MD 37-39 40/44 46/48 5'3" - 5'9"
LG 39-41 44/46 50/52 5'7" - 6'1"
XL 41-44 46/48 54/56 5'9" - 6'1"
2XL 44-46 50/- 58/60 5'9" - 6'1"
3XL 46-48 60/62 5'9" - 6'6"
4XL 48-50 62/64 5'9" - 6'6"
5XL 51-53 64/66 5'9" - 6'6"
6XL 54-56 66/68 5'9" - 6'6"

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

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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / LG 921018 FJT1691010-L In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
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Light Grey/Black / MD 921022 FJT1693610-M In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Light Grey/Black / XL 921024 FJT1693610-XL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Light Grey/Black / 2XL 921025 FJT1693610-XXL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Light Grey/Black / 3XL 921026 FJT1693610-XYL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours