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REV'IT! Rebel Leather Jacket

The birth of a new classic. Rebel looks good on you anywhere, anytime. Whether you're cruising the city streets or rediscovering Route 66, you're comfortable knowing you will blend into any scene you choose. Soft and supple leather, fully equipped with CE-approved Knox armour - plus a removable thermal liner. And with its timeless appearance, REV'IT Rebel fits practically any rider's style.

PROTECTION FEATURES

  • Outer shell: Mirage Performance cowhide
  • Insulation: detachable thermal liner
  • Composition:
    • outer shell: 100% leather
    • lining: 100% polyamide
    • thermal liner: 80% polyester, 20% polyamide (insulation 100% polyester)
  • Protection: Knox Flexiform CE protection at shoulders and elbows, EVA foam at back, CE prepared for Knox Advance X CE back protector (sold separately), safety stitching

ERGONOMIC FEATURES

  • Fit: city fit, regular
  • Adjustability: adjustment straps at waist, adjustment tab at collar and cuffs
  • Features: short connection zipper, jeans loop
  • Pockets: slit pockets, document pocket, inner pockets
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REV'IT! Rebel Leather Jacket 4.5 5 8 8
Clean Low Key Jacket This is a great low key jacket very beautifully placed subtl branding and overall a sturdy jacket. Bought this as a gift someone who rides a gorgeous full dresser and he loves timhis jacket says very comfortable. Seems like this jacket will be great for spring fall early winter and cooler summer days. There are no vents and most likely will not flow much air. February 12, 2014
Great Value, Good Protection I picked this jacket because I liked the style and features for the price. The construction of the jacket seems to be fairly high quality, but I would like to see a little more detail and thought given to the lining and thermal liner of the jacket. I would also prefer to not have the plastic Rev'it logo on the front of the jacket. This jacket does not have any built in ventilation, but I was looking for a jacket with a sleek, simple design and zippers for vents would have killed the look. I've been very happy with the performance and looks. I wore the jacket (with liner and wool base layer) in 45 degree weather at sustained 45 mph plus speed for around 30 minutes and was comfortable, but I wouldn't have wanted to be in colder weather or out for much longer. I wear a size 46 suit jacket and the size 46 of this jacket fits me well, but is a little snug with the liner in, but not uncomfortable. Pros: Great price for a leather jacket with liner and back, elbow, and shoulder protection. Good looking style, the wife likes it. High quality construction for the main part of the jacket. Cons: Location of elbow pads is not adjustable and a little low for me. Snug fit with the liner in, perfect with it out. Annoying logo on chest (will cover with patch). Not great construction on the liner. November 25, 2013
Nice Jacket I'm 6'2" 190lbs ordered a 50 and it fits great. nice leather and very comfortable. Armor is adequate although I added a Sastec back pad which I had to cut down a little to fit in the pouch. I separated the mesh at the lower end of the pouch so I didn't have to cut the Sas-Tec down as much and also provide more coverage. worked great. Great Jacket that doesn't scream motorcycle gear when you walk around town. Love it. October 10, 2013
Good but had to return for 2 sizes smaller I purchased a 56 at the recommendation of the size chart (45 inch chest, 6'0", 195 pounds). Obviously from the other reviews and videos, that didn't work. Revzilla was completely cool about the exchange and the phone rep recommended I try a 52. He didn't see any in the computer so he went to the warehouse team and had them track one down for me (kudos!). A week and a half later I'm wearing my 52 and it fits just about right (with the waist snaps all the way tightened and with the Knox add-on back protector). I find the sleeves snug but not too tight. Interestingly, the sleeves on the 52 are not tighter than the sleeves on the 56. I'm amazed at the wind protection on this (I have used a cheapo fashion leather and an Icon Overlord tex jacket). I took it on the freeway in Montana in March (temps in the 30s/40s with wind up to 25 mph) and I get slight airflow through the collar but it's totally comfortable. I'd recommend it for rides in the 40-70 degree temp range. I'll probably push it ten degrees either way with liner removal for hot days and base layers/heated gloves for cold ones. Compared to my Icon textile, this thing seems like you could slide 100 yards on the pavement with no adverse effects. It's tough as nails and the armor stays way better positioned than the Icon. If I could make any suggestion, it would be to include a zip vent. But for the price I think it's the way to go for temperate climate riding protection. March 15, 2013
The best all around jacket for the price I searched high and low for a jacket of this quality. Many jackets costing $500 or more are not as good. I love the fit and finish. I wouldn't say the style is retro but very european and sleek. The jacket is has a lot of functioning features and not to hot on those 75 degree days. The only thing I don't like about the jacket is the cuffs. The air gap is way to big and a lot of air gets in. I have to buy a set of gauntlet gloves to fix the problem. I don't know if it's my jacket with this problem or they are just designed this way. Poor flaw for a performance jacket. Overall this jacket is worth the money. December 17, 2012
Excellent high-quality jacket I ordered this jacket after trying on a variety of leather jackets, including several Dainese, and the Rev'it CR--the Rebel's older brother. At the time, there was about a $100 price point difference between the two, though now the CR is on closeout. I was actually ready to order the CR when I discovered the Rebel. I wanted an armored leather jacket with a classic look. Something that wasn't covered in logos and ten different colors. So just based on appearances, the Rebel was already a winner for me. It's understated and simple. Constructed from thick, high-quality leather. This is a jacket you could wear over a dress shirt, or over a v-neck. The shoulder and elbow padding is solid, but is not easily noticeable if you're not looking for it. At a glance, the Rebel looks like an expensive non-armored leather jacket. I've put about 2,000 miles on the Rebel, and I'm in love with it. I've ridden it in temperatures down to the 50's without ever using the thermal lining, and I've ridden in temps of up to 90 degrees. My only complaint is that the jacket is not perforated for ventilation, where the CR is. If you're looking for a hot weather jacket, I would recommend something with venting (or a mesh jacket). However, the Rebel is comfortable in weather up to about 80 degrees. I've yet to ride in very cold weather, but I expect the jacket to be very comfortable with the thermal lining, and layers underneath if necessary. July 5, 2012
Amazing leather at a great value! I bought this jacket for protection, and bang for the buck. It satisfied those two requirements completely! It does get a little hot sometimes, but then again, I was expecting that. The leather is very nice and thick, stitching is solid, and the styling is amazing. great jacket overall! June 26, 2012
So good I bought it twice! A year ago I found the Revit Union jacket, which is the previous iteration of the same design. I bought it, and loved it. You can read my review for the Union here: http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/revit-union-leather-jacket. Everything I said about the Union is still true and equally applicable to the Rebel. Unfortunately after having the Union for 6 months my bike, with the jacket in the panier, was stolen. After getting a new bike I needed a new jacket. I looked around for about 5 seconds before realizing there wasn't any other jacket on the market I wanted more than the one I already had. I tried to get it in brown, but apparently Revit decided not to make the brown after all. Oh well. Do I wish I hadn't lost the first one? Obviously, yes, though the Rebel seems to fit slightly better than the Union, mostly in the way the neck is no longer uncomfortably tight when snapped. Do I wish the majority of the "upgrades" between the Union and Rebel were something other than an increase in price? Again, yes, but it comes down to this: when you compare the style, quality of materials, and finish in this jacket relative to its price, it is simply in a class by itself. Heaven forbid I lose it again, but if I do I'll probably come back and buy it a 3rd time. June 7, 2012
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REV'IT! Rebel Leather Jacket
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Ronald L: Good protection and street style Apr 29, 2014
A shopper asked: Does this jacket allow you to remove all the armer to just wear ? Nov 12, 2013
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Michael G: You can remove all the armor, but the shape still reflects that it was there. I wouldn't wear mine on the street unless I just got off my bike (and then I'd have the armor in). Nov 13, 2013
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Fredrik A: Yes all the armor is removable. The arms are somewhat loose fit so without the armor it may be even roomier, something to consider. Nov 12, 2013
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Cynthia F: Yes it does - I now wear it as a regular jacket more than a riding jacket. Nov 12, 2013
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Brian L: All the armor comes out of the jacket. Nov 12, 2013
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david mills m: you can remove the armor. no problem. Nov 12, 2013
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Mark A: Yes. All armor is removable. Nov 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: In the video review Anthony and person wearing jacket should both be wearing a size 54 according to revit chart but the 50 is what fits and the waist adjustments are maxed out ( fully tightened) as well. I'm a 47 chest 41 waist ,230 so should I be getting a 56 or 58? Trying to avoid sending back a jacket for 2nd time. Thanks May 2, 2012
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Mike M: Sounds like Tola is similar build to me - 6'2", 230lbs, 44"-46" chest, 36" waist. The size 56 works for me, if a bit big around the waist (I have the adjustments fully tightened). The size 54" would have been a tight-ish fit with some breaking-in to be comfortable, but I chose the 56" to give myself the option of layering on something underneath and being a bit more comfortable.

I also have a long torso, and I think with any smaller size the jacket would have been just too short. The size 56 is just a tad short for me, but I definitely wouldn't go any size higher. Sleeves are about the right fit, if a bit loose in the forearm. Armor never shifts out of place though.
Apr 21, 2013
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Yun Lung Y: I usually wear a 52 rev it. I wear a 52 on the ignition 2 jacket. After watchign video and deciding to get the 50, because I have worn the 50 before and it was just slightly tight. I figure since the video said it was roomier the 50 may fit. The problem is, the jacket is cut slightly roomier in the mid section, but the shoulder is still too narrow. A 52 is still required. I also find the lack of flex panel makes this jacket a bit ridgid than to my liking, that is however just an opnion. I am going to not order a size up and just get a different jacket. Oct 23, 2013
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Benjamin P: UPDATE TO PREVIOUS ANSWER: I received my 52 and it's a good fit. The sleeves don't feel any tighter than the 56 sleeves did, but they're the correct length. The chest and shoulders are a much better fit. The midsection bubbles a bit, but with the Knox back protector in it's reasonably well-fit. Two sizes down from the size chart is the charm for me.

Build: I'm 6'0", 195 pounds (toned up a bit since my last QA) with a 45 inch chest. Jean size is a 32 waist.
Mar 15, 2013
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Benjamin P: I'm 6'0", 200 lbs with a 45 inch chest. I ordered a 56 and was swimming in the torso. Chest was massive and the waist even more so. Sleeves went down over part of my fingers. I've sent it back for a 52 and we'll see how that works when it arrives. Mar 4, 2013
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Dharmarider: I'm 6 ft and 200 lbs. I ordered an XL and it fits snug. Maybe a tad bit tighter than I expected, but not uncomfortable. May 4, 2012
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Chad S asked: Is the armor removeable on this jacket? Sep 17, 2013
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Brad L: yes the armor is removable, but if your looking to give it a more sleek street jacket look, don't bother. it is cut and designed to with the armor in mind. if you take it all out it looks bulbously and funny and a bit to long. also if your buy a size small if your looking for a tighter fitting jacket because it is a generous "American" cut. if your just looking to upgrade the armor no prob what so ever although the stock armor is definitely adequate. hope that helps. Sep 18, 2013
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Cynthia F: Yes it is. Changed my armour out to SAs-Tec but the armor that it comes with in shoulders and arms is pretty comfortable. The back pad the Rebel (and all of Rev'It and most other companies) comes with is just useless foam. Sep 17, 2013
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IVAN YADIR R: yes it has removable elbows, shoulders (Knox) and back protector (foam) Sep 22, 2013
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William H: Yes all the armor is removeable. Nov 1, 2013
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A shopper asked: Would this be a decent jacket for winter in SoCal? Average temp in my area during winter is about 38 to 43 degrees.
I plan on wearing this with with a sweater underneath.
Oct 13, 2012
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Harley06r: Great jacket for many weather conditions. I live in fl and I love this jacket. Then winters here drop to 20 degrees and it can handle it. We have high humidity so it feels colder then Cali. Worth every bit of the money. Dec 17, 2012
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RevZilla: The REV'IT! Rebel Leather Jacket is more oriented towards fall weather riding conditions. I would consider the temperature range in which that jacket can be used to be between 40 and 60 degrees. Oct 15, 2012
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A shopper asked: What are the sleeve lengths of the size 54 and 56? Mar 28, 2013
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RevZilla: Measured from the outside shoulder seam to the wrist, the 54 is approximately 27.75 inches and the 56 is 28.5 inches. Mar 29, 2013
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SIZING INSTRUCTIONS

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
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 46 815248 FJL0520010-M46 Out of Stock
Black / 48 815249 FJL0520010-M48 Out of Stock
Black / 50 815250 FJL0520010-M50 Out of Stock
Black / 52 815251 FJL0520010-M52 Out of Stock
Black / 54 815252 FJL0520010-M54 Out of Stock
Black / 56 815253 FJL0520010-M56 Out of Stock
Black / 58 815254 FJL0520010-M58 Out of Stock
Black / 60 815255 FJL0520010-M60 Out of Stock
Black / 62 815256 FJL0520010-M62 Out of Stock
Brown / 46 815257 FJL0520700-M46 Out of Stock
Brown / 48 815258 FJL0520700-M48 Out of Stock
Brown / 50 815259 FJL0520700-M50 Out of Stock
Brown / 52 815260 FJL0520700-M52 Out of Stock
Brown / 54 815261 FJL0520700-M54 Out of Stock
Brown / 56 815262 FJL0520700-M56 Out of Stock
Brown / 58 815263 FJL0520700-M58 Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment
Brown / 60 815164 FJL0520700-M60 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Brown / 62 815165 FJL0520700-M62 Out of Stock