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The REVIT Redhook jacket is designed to match the style and sensibility of vintage motorcycle enthusiasts. The jacket is influenced by a bygone racing heritage and comes with pre-curved sleeves and padded shoulders. It is made of high quality leather that won’t age and keeps its original look and feel no matter how long you wear it. The top quality components such as zippers and pulls and overall attention to detail set this jacket apart from the pack. Equipped with CE-approved armor and a removable thermal liner this jacket is much more than just another good-looking leather jacket. This jacket is ready for action.
Great fit, look, and overall product
I wasn't sure what size to get, but customer service helped me out and told me what size I would be. It fits perfectly, feels durable, and definitely worth the price. A bit on the high side, but I do not feel like i overpaid at all.
July 21, 2014
It is a stylish, durable, practical and comfort fitting piece of leather. I did an online purchase, not having a true fitting but with it's description, I chose my size. It worked perfectly. If you know your true size for clothing, you can purchase this product knowing that you will get what you asked for. Also, the price tag is very reasonable. I did my research, looking at similar jackets and could not find one that compares. The fashion statement this jacket makes alone, I've seen go for 10 times the price. But, that's not what revzilla is about .... I see now. Revzilla is about making a practical piece of gear so that we can enjoy what we do, safely.
July 21, 2014
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Michael P: Wanted new leather riding jacket and the Red Hook appears to have good functionality and style. Love Rev'it gear.Aug 12, 2014
A shopper asked:Hi! I'm curious about the sizing as well. I'm 41 chest, 32 waist but 6.3 height. I've got Alpenstars Indie jacket size 54, and it's tight in shoulders, loose in belly and short in sleeves. I wear it with long gloves, so it's fine. But I want to wear this revit gear with shorty gloves obviously, so I'm hesitating between 54 and 56. Will 54 be long enough? Won't 56 look like parachute? If anybody has a clue on this, please let me know.Jul 18, 2014
A shopper asked:Hello, I was just wondering if you could please let me know on the sleeve length of this jacket? I'm 5'5, 37inch chest and my arm length is 23.6inches. I was considering on the 48 but just wanted to make sure the sleeves werent too long if you know what I mean. Thanks for your help.Apr 30, 2014
Christopher H:I bought the 46- i'm 5'8 with a 38inch chest and the jacket fits me really well. My sleeve length is roughly the same as yours and the sleeves fit me well. I would say go with the 46, as the 48 may be too big.
I also asked customer service (Rafael) and he told me to get the 46. He was definitely right.Apr 30, 2014
Darragh M asked:How does the armor in this compare to something like the Dainese Speed Naked (non-perf). I know that there aren't exterior sliders, but is the armor formed, as opposed to other super flexible jackets?Apr 23, 2014
Christopher B:If I understand that question correctly. The armor is formed. It's hard and molded in the shoulders and elbows. Especially in the shoulders I have the feeling as if I'm wearing small football shoulders pads. It's makes the jacket fit kind of boxy in the shoulders Apr 24, 2014
Thanks Christopher. Dainese had a jacket a few years ago with super flexible armor that was essentially useless, even though it was CE rated. that's good that this jacket didn't go down that route
Apr 24, 2014