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REV'IT! Red Hook Leather Jacket
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REV’IT Red Hook Leather Jacket

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. 

Protection Features:

  • Outer Shell: Arizona cowhide 
  • Insulation: detachable thermal body warmer
  • Composition:
    • outer shell: 100% leather
    • lining: 100% polyester 
    • thermal liner: 100% polyester (insulation 100% polyester)
  • Protection:
    • Knox Flexiform CE protection at shoulders and elbows
    • Back Protector (sold separately):
      • Seesoft Back Protector -Type RV
      • Type RV / Size 03 fits 46-48
      • Type RV / Size 04 fits 50-54
      • Type RV / Size 05 fits 56-58
    • Safety stitching

Ergonomic Features:

  • Fit: city fit, regular
  • Adjustability: adjustment tab at collar and waist
  • Ventilation: air inlet
  • Features: short connection zipper, jeans loop, V-flap at cuffs
  • Pockets: slit pockets, document pocket, inner pockets
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REV'IT! Red Hook Leather Jacket 4.5 5 15 15
Style,comfort, and protection! The jacket is very comfortable with a perfect fit. The padding is removeable but hardly noticeable when it's in. I tossed it in the dryer with no heat and some tennis balls to help loosen the leather up a bit. It's the perfect jacket for an evening ride with a few stops. The jacket is nice enough to wear even off the bike. I love the simplicity of the design and the overall comfort. I'd recommend this to anyone. The zip our vest is a lifesaver! I'm 5'8" 140 pounds. I got the 48 and it fits incredible! September 7, 2015
Stylish, protective, and affordable. I have had the Rev'it Redhook leather jacket for about two weeks or so. It has still been warm(90*), so I have only ridden in it on colder mornings. It has great style on and off the bike. The leather is still somewhat stiff when I received it, as it should be. Despite that I could still comfortably sit in riding position with the jacket. It has very sturdy zippers and plenty of pockets. The Rev'it logo is fairly innocuous and understated, which I appreciate. For a stylish leather jacket you cannot beat the price point. It took awhile to make the commitment to a quality leather jacket, but I am very happy with what Rev'it and Revzilla have provided September 7, 2015
Great jacket, be careful ordering the right size The jacket is durable and styled really well, but make sure you get the right size. Mine seemed about one size too big overall. The leather is really good quality. Unfortunately this made the already too big jacket stiff, which arked its shoulders up and out like Cruella Deville, and made the stomach look like I was smuggling a bowling ball. But I have to say if I had gotten one size smaller I would have been 100% pleased with the jacket. It looks timeless and is going to be safe on the roads. August 18, 2015
Not for skinny guys This jacket suffers from the same problem most do for me - shape. For someone of average or bigger build, this may be perfect, for me being tall and slender, it was waaaay too boxy. It has the general fit of a technical racing jacket you'd see at the track where the sleeves are incredibly precurved and the body is shaped like a square. It does offer more off the bike style in terms of finishes but not fit, it still screams moto jacket. July 17, 2015
Great for that fitted look First i want to write on how great the return policy is. I originally got a 48 and it was too small in the chest and armpit area, so make sure you use the size guide for this product. I returned the product and went up a size and received the replacement within the same week..super fast and impressive. As far as the jacket goes its perfect!!!The jacket is perfection if your going for that vintage cafe racer or old school bobber look. I like the fact that the sleeves zip open to allow you to slide in a pair of gauntlet style gloves. It was a little tight at first but after a bit of breaking in the jacket flexes and feels great. You can tell that it is made with high quality leather since you do have to break it in, not like some of these jackets that i see that are immediately loose and wouldnt protect you in a fall. I feel safe to say that i would be protected if something bad ever did happen while wearing this. July 14, 2015
Love it! This is a solid jacket. 1.) Style: Probably one of the best (if not the best) looking jacket you can get in this price range. I love the classic fit and design. I personally am not a fan of big logos all over my gear so this jacket really fits the bill. I get compliments on it all the time. 2.) Comfort & Fit: A little tight in the neck but otherwise this jacket fits well. For reference, I'm 5'7", 145 lbs, and normal jacket size is a 48 short. I ordered a size down and it's near perfect. Sleeve length is adequate and there is enough room in the chest to not feel cramped. Even with all the protection (including the back) the jacket never feels constricting or bulky. 3.) Protection: This jacket is basically the leather equivalent of a suit of armor. It's heavy (but not too heavy), thick, and feels like it's made to last. The included shoulder and elbow protection is pretty standard. I bought the back insert separately. It's light and not bulky at all. Can't even tell when it's in the jacket. I have a separate gripe with the insert (it's not long enough) but that doesn't take anything away from the jacket itself. 4.) Air Flow: It's a heavy leather jacket so, yes, it does get warm. However, it's not unbearable. I'm riding in NW Florida and it's tolerable when you're not stuck in traffic. The leather is perforated so that helps. There is ventilation at the armpits so cool air is able to get in. For those in colder climates there is a removable thermal layer. I can't speak to how well it works, obviously. 5.) Features: With this jacket, you're paying for tough leather and an outstanding design. I don't think anything here is revolutionary but what it does it does extremely well. Overall impression: Excellent! If you're looking for a classic leather jacket that doesn't skimp on protection or style, this is it! June 29, 2015
Awesome jacket! I've been wearing and riding with this jacket for a few months now, and I have nothing but great things to say. It fits me perfectly, and I get compliments almost every time I wear it. The removable armor makes it an easy jacket to wear just as a regular spring/fall jacket too. The belt loop keeps it covering my back on the bike, and the zip out liner adds versitility. Great jacket all around. I was wearing it with the armor in when I low-speed dumped my CB750 brat, and didn't even get a bruise. Even better, I thought it would be in rough shape from the pavement, but upon inspection it was still barely scuffed, and looking great! Only tiny thing is that you have to grab your shirt cuffs before putting your arms through the sleeves to avoid getting tangled in the lining mesh/armor because it's a more slim/tailored fit, but I got used to that quickly. Love the jacket! Great style and aesthetic, and really solid functionality and protection. June 29, 2015
Casual on and off the bike If you are a lanky fellow like myself it can be hard to find a good fitting jacket. This jacket was made for us! This jacket feels tailored for me. It doesn't have many features, but that's on purpose. It is designed for the stylistic casual approach. If it had a lot of bells and whistles it would ruin its outline and how it hangs. I'm 6ft roughly 155-165 lbs and taped at a 37 (puffed out I'm at a 38). I went with the 48 and it fits perfect as though it was tailored. If I was a 38 I'd take the next size up though due to the tailored fit. Leather is strong and soft. The elbow pads sit correctly and the jacket is just plain comfortable. It will only get more comfortable from here. June 19, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Pedro R: Needed a new Jacket. One that would protect me and look stylish as well. Jul 2, 2015
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
Daniel M asked: Is this jacket good for rainy weather or will it destroy the leather? Nov 18, 2014
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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
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JONATHAN N: I have the same size stats to you and just tried on the roamer in a store in Germany, and like all other Rev'it jackets, the size 52 is a perfect fit. Aug 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: Any idea on the collar size of this jacket? Looks awfully big in the video. Feb 7, 2014
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A S: 40 waist
40 chest
what size should i order ?
Mar 11, 2014
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A shopper asked: Im looking for a pretty specific kind of jacket and this one has everything I want, except venting. I'm looking to only get one jacket, for now anyways, and I'd like to know how this does in hot summer months. I'm not expecting it to be great, but is it at least wearable when it's high 20's to 30 degrees celsius?
Jun 3, 2015
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Christopher B: There are some ventilation holes under the arms. I've worn it in comparable temperatures and been fine while riding. It's when you are stopped or stuck in traffic you will start to get hot. It's a pretty high quality thick skin leather jacket, you will definitely be sweating wearing it during hotter temps. I wouldn't describe it as unbearable though. Jun 3, 2015
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Adam C: I wear this jacket all summer long, usually with a t-shirt underneath. No problems whatsoever. I live in Canada, temps usually 20-30 degrees Celsius. Has been an awesome purchase. Jun 4, 2015
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Joseph P: 30 celsius is probably the upper limit wearing this jacket. I personally haven't worn it over mid 20's but I've read some reviews saying its bearable up to high 20's. Jun 5, 2015
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A S: Thanks Jun 3, 2015
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Quinn N asked: I am 6" tall and 175lbs. I wear a size Large in the REV'IT! GT-R Air Textile Jacket. What size do you recommend for this jacket? Can you also recommend a Type RV sized back protector that would fit in both jackets? Thanks. Sep 13, 2015
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Alexander B: Hey there! I'm not sure if you've made your decision yet, but I'll offer my 2 cents just in case (and for future questions). I am similarly sized (6'0" // 175 lbs, just in between a Medium and Large in most clothing) and I purchased a 52. The quality of leather is no joke - but this tends to lead to quite a bit of stretch once the jacket is worn in. I ride with either a tank top, or short sleeve t-shirt on underneath and wish I would have purchased a size 50 (and dealt with a little tightness up front instead of it being a little loose the rest of the time I own it). If you like to ride with long sleeves or don't mind a little the jacket a little loose, I'd probably say a 52. The sleeves don't offer room for much underneath, especially with the armor in, but the body offers plenty of room for further insulation for colder riding. Sep 29, 2015
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Matthew L: I am also 6ft and about 175. I have a size 50 and it fits nicely in the chest and shoulders. For reference, I wear about a 40/42 in suit jackets. I can wear a long sleeve t-shirt under it, but anything bulkier and it would be tight. The jacket has what I'd call a "close" fit. Its not race cut but its not loose and baggy.

My only issue, and it's not major but figured I should say it, is the sleeves. The sleeves can be a bit stiff and bunch up on the inside of the elbows, especially if I put in elbow pads, but it's not a deal breaker. Just something to be aware of. I also haven't put too many miles on it yet, because I got it and the weather got really hot so I have been wearing my mesh jacket mostly. I'm sure with a few months of solid miles in it the leather will break in and the sleeves won't be a thought.
Sep 13, 2015
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Bob C asked: How will rain effect the leather?

Any pockets inside?
Apr 25, 2015
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Eric M: I've ridden in light rain and it has had no effect on the leather. I feel confident it could handle getting caught out in the occasional storm, but it's not rain gear.
There are two internal chest pockets. My only complaint is that they are not easily accessible with the thermal liner in place and it has no pockets. Otherwise, this is a solid jacket.
Apr 26, 2015
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Christopher B: Not sure about the rain... But yes there are multiple pockets inside for wallet, cellphone, etc Apr 26, 2015
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Christopher S asked: What size would you recommend for someone who has a Dainese Avro 48, I do cinch it down a lot though.
I'm 6' 65-70kgs Thin Thin Build, 39-40" Chest, 31" waist.

Would you recommend a 48 or a 50?
Apr 12, 2015
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Jason S: I would go with the 50. I'm 5'8", but I also have a 31" waist and I got the 48, but you have a slightly larger chest. I think the 48 will be too tight for you. It's close. Apr 12, 2015
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Christopher S: Thanks Jason, reading all the other reviews I also think the 50 is the way to go. Thanks! Apr 12, 2015
Michael D: 48 Apr 12, 2015
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A shopper asked: Air inlets in the front, but none in the back ? Nov 11, 2014
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Eric M: I have this jacket. The only ventilation on this jacket are a few holes in the arm pits. No ventilation anywhere else. i dont wear this jacket when its warm. Nov 11, 2014
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Ryan C: The only air inlets are a small perforated patch underneath each armpit. Other than that, there is no venting. The front zips are just pockets. Nov 11, 2014
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Timothy H asked: Where is this jacket made? Jan 20, 2015
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Joseph P: Pakistan. Feb 3, 2015
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A shopper asked: Is the shoulder and elbow armor removable? So it can be upgraded or worn without the armor. Sep 6, 2014
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Richard B: Yes the armor is removable and can be worn without the armor and/or upgraded. Oct 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can you connect pants to the jacket? May 28, 2014
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Christopher B: Yes. It has the typical horizontal zipper in the back inside that zips to riding pants May 29, 2014
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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
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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
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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
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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
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Darragh M: 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
Ryan A asked: Does anyone know how thick (mm) the leather is on this jacket? Jul 16, 2015
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A S asked: What REV'IT! pants will zip into this jacket? Or does the zipper on this jacket zip into just about any leather pants from any manufacturer? Jun 15, 2015
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A shopper asked: What is the height difference with the size 50 and 52? Mar 24, 2015
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Stephane J asked: Hi I am interested in getting this jacket but I am not sure which size to get. I currently have a Klim Badlands XXL, 52inch chest and it fits me well which size should I get in this one? Feb 20, 2015
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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! 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 940359 8700001185332 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 48 940360 8700001185349 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 50 940361 8700001185356 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 52 940362 8700001185363 Available: Expect 2-3 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black / 54 940363 8700001185370 Available: Expect 2-3 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black / 56 940364 8700001185387 Available: Expect 2-3 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black / 58 940365 8700001185394 Available: Expect 2-3 business days processing time prior to shipment
Brown / 46 940366 8700001185400 In Stock: Ships next business day
Brown / 48 940367 8700001185417 In Stock: Ships next business day
Brown / 50 940368 8700001185424 In Stock: Ships next business day
Brown / 52 940369 8700001185431 In Stock: Ships next business day
Brown / 54 940370 8700001185448 In Stock: Ships next business day
Brown / 56 940371 8700001185455 In Stock: Ships next business day
Brown / 58 940372 8700001185462 Available: Expect 2-3 business days processing time prior to shipment

The Red Hook fits within the New City Collection of leathers from Rev'It. You have the Roamer, you have the Red Hook. There's also the Flatbush. The Roamer is by far, I'm sorry. The Red Hook is by far the most contemporary, unapologetically so of the three. You see it almost has a very European line to it. Has a European cut and pre-shape. Really kind of feels like it's almost Armani inspired, if you really look at it. Now it is using premium Arizona leather.

You're gonna have Knox CE Flex Formed armor in the shoulders, as well as the elbows. And you could always upgrade the back protection. There's always a black version as well, to go with it. You can see that very clearly defined texture of the leather as well. Now quickly let's talk about the sizing. No surprises here. This is a little bit more narrow through the chest than jackets like the Roamer, less of a boxy cut.

Keep that in mind, guys. It all depends on how you want to wear it. And again, it's designed to be comfortable and protective on the bike. But off the bike it's meant to sit nicely. Without having that armor be so obtrusive in the outside line of the coat. Now look, we added a Mandarin-style collar with a lot of the city inspired elements from Rev'It. Industrial style YKK zips. You have these spring loaded snaps.

Again, it's about the details here. Basic hand warmer pockets that you can see framed out along the outside. And then even if you look at the cuffs. They're gonna flare a little bit more with the V backing behind them. Again, it's pulled together nicely. You're looking at a jacket that's north of that $400 mark. So again, you're playing in premium territory. What I do like about it, for its line, I actually like this almost board tracker-esque type style that you see quilted in the shoulder. You see it come down through the shoulder, come down along the arm. And there's a really nice hand to this jacket as well.

But I'm gonna call spade a spade. I like the hand on the Roamer better. Just my personal taste. And I think the Flatbush, the way it patinas and breaks in, has a unique feel to it. This guy, you're buying it for that Euro style. Looking at the back again. No back pad included. Type RVC soft is the Rev'It CE-level back protector, CE2 back protector that goes into this bad boy. Adjustment along the waste, drop seat. Again a different line as it moves down. Let's unzip it. And looking at the guts here. You're gonna see, it's not a full sleeve liner.

For the full sleeve thermal you go to the Roamer. This is a body warmer. This is just gonna be a vest liner removable. Again, seasonality on this bad boy is gonna be that spring, summer, fall. Really depending on how you want to rock it. But there's no venting here. I would've love to seen them do a little pit porthole or a little back zip. But, again, they chose to keep it clean and keep it classic even though it's going for much more fashion-inspired look.