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REV’IT Roamer Leather Jacket

The REVIT Roamer Jacket is a timeless motorcycle jacket, impervious to fashion fads. The high quality Max cowhide feels soft and is very durable, and highly abrasion resistant. This leather won’t age or damage by wearing it and has an elegant texture. Beside the fact this instant classic can be worn off the bike due to its stylish design, it is still very much a motorcycle jacket at heart, featuring CE-approved protectors at the shoulders and elbows and a pocket ready for a back protector insert upgrade. It can be connected to your jeans with the incorporated jeans loop or to your leather trousers with the connection zipper.

Protection Features:

  • Outer Shell: Max cowhide 
  • Insulation: detachable thermal liner
  • 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
      • Type RV / Size 06 fits 60-62
    • Safety stitching
  • Visibility: reflection at back

Ergonomic Features:

  • Fit: city fit, regular
  • Adjustability: adjustment tab at collar, waist and cuffs
  • Features: short connection zipper, jeans loop, V-flap at cuffs
  • Pockets: slit pockets, document pocket, inner pockets
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REV'IT! Roamer Leather Jacket 4.6 5 16 16
Great looking leather jacket This jacket looks great and it's a good quality leather. The armor makes it that much better for safety. I did at the insert for the back, which could have been included, but all in all it's a great jacket. It's still a little warm to wear it much where I'm at, but I've it on a few times now for some short rides and it's been really comfortable for the time it's been on. August 31, 2015
Pretty Sick Jacket From the pictures this jacket appeared to be what I was looking for - a modest yet sharp style and look, and armored without looking so armored. The shoulder and elbow protection seem to be right in place for me with no discomfort. I haven't yet added the separate back protector, but after trying out the jacket for a few rides it seems that it will be a comfortable fit in the provided pocket. All the zippers work easily without snagging, which can be a problem for some leather jackets. I'm 5'10" 180 lbs, 40R-42R suit size, and the size 52 fits nicely in all areas. If you're a slender 6'1"-ish or taller the jacket might be a little short in the torso for you without sizing up, as the length of this 52 is just right for me personally. Very happy with the purchase. August 27, 2015
Combines style and protection in the best possible way This is an excellent jacket. It combines style and protection in the best possible way and is comfortable to top it all off. This can be worn at pretty low temps, although if it's in the 40s or below I usually wear an extra sweater. I've worn this into the 70s, but high 70s and 80s it will definitely start to get uncomfortably warm. Airflow - with everything zipped up, you're very protected. Opening the wrists allows a little wind in for the warmer days. This is also the kind of jacket you can comfortably wear off the bike. I generally don't like wearing logos, but I don't mind this one because it blends in nicely with rest of the jacket. Overall this is a fantastic jacket and I highly recommend it. August 2, 2015
Well made, good fit, and looks great! I've had the Roamer jacket for about a month now, and I've worn it with and without the liner. The liner was important to me because I commute to work, and I'd have to change clothes if I layered up for the ride in. I bought the Seesoft back protector after the jacket was delivered and I knew it fit me. I was really looking for a dark brown jacket, and was tempted by the Flatbush. In the end, I decided the full liner was more important than the color. (You really can't go wrong with black.) The videos indicated the Roamer would probably be cut better for my build than the Flatbush or the Red Hook. I wasn't disappointed, but I'll never know for sure. My height is 5'11" and I weigh 175 pounds. I bought a size 50. Pockets, zippers, snaps, etc. have all been fine so far. It's not good for hot weather, but I knew that going in. It's perfect for spring and fall. Did I mention that it looks great? April 27, 2015
Good looking jacket with great protection and style for the price Probably one of the best bang for your buck leather jackets on the market. Has style, CE armor and a thermal liner. Just don't mistake this for a summer jacket as there's no ventilation and the leather is fairly thick. March 28, 2015
excellent jacket for the price point A great jacket overall. I spent 4 months researching leather jackets and ended up buying the Roamer. I was looking for the following: 1) something classic with modern lines that would blend into my waredrobe for a night out; 2) the highest quality leather and construction; 3) something that was made for motorcycle riders that would not compromise on protection. For me, the Roamer fit all 3 above criteria. I'd rate this jacket 4.5/5 stars. Half a star knocked off for the cheap materials used in the liner. For the price though I cannot complain. All the money you are spending is going into the highest quality leather and construction/stitching. Liners are cheap to replace. The fit is perfect for me. I have a 42 inch chest, 32 inch waist and 32 inch midsection. Finding leather jackets that contour my figure are extremely hard to come by. Jackets in stores never fit me right. That being said, the size 46 fit me like a glove. I couldn't believe it! I can't imagine this jacket fitting the average body proportions as well. I should note that I am basing my fit with the removable insulation removed. It's a piece of junk anyway, you're better off with an extra long sleeve shirt. March 13, 2015
Great purchase This jacket has the classic leather look that I was going for. It fits well and feels great riding in temps as low as 45 degrees. The construction seem great and I've purchased REV'IT products in the past and would recommend them to anyone. January 20, 2015
awesome jacket i'm 6'0" 155lbs, small build. i ended up getting this jacket in a 46 after trying on the 46, 48, and 50 at the revzilla store here in philly. the 46 was snug at first (especially in the arms) but it has begun to break it nicely. i've had this jacket for about 4 months. it's definitely more suited for cool weather. i rode it in temperatures ranging 50-85 degrees. with the thermal liner in (or better yet an ultra-light down jacket) the jacket is perfect for cooler weather. it's also great as an off-the-bike jacket. i wasn't much of a fan of the included armor (the shoulders and elbows just seemed too bulky) so i swapped it all out for d3o stuff. it's much more comfortable for me with the slimmer armor in it. super fashionable, great protection, basic features, i highly recommend this jacket if you like the way it fits. January 15, 2015
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REV'IT! Roamer Leather Jacket
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
G A: I'm shallow and I looked great in it. Jun 23, 2015
Lars Blomst M: Because it looks friggin' awesome! May 22, 2015
Joseph S: Style and quality of the leather. Oct 10, 2014
Jacob B asked: I'm 6'4 195 pounds. Chest 44" and Waist 33" What size would you suggest getting? Tall and lengthy build. Nov 28, 2014
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Joseph S: I bought size 52.
I am 5'9" 165
waist 36
Chest 42

Jacket fits good. Room for the gut.
Lots of room for the chest.
Sleeves are a bit long for me, but while on bike in riding
position they work.
Very nice jacket, high quality.

I suspect the 52 would fit you spot on.
Dec 2, 2014
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A S asked: I was initially interested in the Flatbush or Redhook but was advised that those jackets aren't really cut for my body shape.

I'm 5'8", 160lbs. I wear a 15/5", 32/33 dress shirt. I have a 30" waist with a 42-43" chest.

Which size would be best for me?
Oct 28, 2014
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Stapon T: You're pretty buff bro. I think 46 will fit you, but it's gonna be a bit tight around the chest and arms. Tried 48 and see how you like it (46 is out of stock anyway). If not just return it to them, they're doing free exchange no question ask. Oct 29, 2014
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Robert B: You're the same size I am. It fits good in the chest but loose on the gut. I bought a 50 and its a litte loose for me but I like tight clothing. It fits great with the liner in and I imagine with a back protector in it would be perfect. Oct 29, 2014
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A S: lol. thanks man. i have to have all of my suits tailored to fit right. i don't think it's possible to tailor a leather jacket with armor though. Oct 29, 2014
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Alfred P: Love it. .it is true to size. .I wear USA 44 aND with the back protection still room...very comfortable Oct 28, 2014
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Mathieu A: 48 or 50 Oct 29, 2014
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" ": I got the medium. I am 6' 165 lbs. I wear a 15 34/35 shirt.
32 in waist and a 40 in a jacket. I went to the Philly store to try them on. It fits snug (as it should).

It's a really nice jacket! Good luck!
Oct 28, 2014
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A S: what's the numeric size for a "medium"? Oct 29, 2014
A shopper asked: How thick is the leather on this jacket? Looking for a jacket that would work down to 40 degrees on a naked bike Jan 8, 2015
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Alfred P: Hi
You wil be very happy with the Roamer jacket
It is true to size
That is I have a 42" chest while inhaling and wear 44" sports jacket
I bought the Roamer size EU 54
Extremely comfortable for the leather being 1.2mm thick
Has plenty of room for a back protector
Get the one that is recommended
The Roamer also comes with strong yet not cumbersome shoulders and forearm elbows protection and inside quilted lining for the cold days take it off in warmer days and you will find it is very breathable
To add, the Roamer is also fashionable to go about

Hope this helped
Alfred
New York
Kawasaki Vulcan 500 LTD
Jan 8, 2015
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JOHN L: Thanks for you input Alfred, I appreciate it! Ride On Jan 8, 2015
A s: The leather is.. well I mean it's about 1/4" thick. It includes a full liner, and when I wear a wool sweater under that and zip up all the zippers, I felt comfortable riding 45 minutes each way to and from work until the low 40-degree-range this year. I did one 2-hour out to NYC in similar weather, and I found it pretty chilly (but not terrible). I don't have a windscreen or any fancy warming technology, but if you have a windshield I think you'd be fine in colder temperatures.

I found that especially once it had broken in, the jacket began to become more of a second skin against the wind. It's not a winter jacket, but it'll carry you through late fall just fine.
Jan 8, 2015
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Weston M: It's pretty thick.

I also ride a naked bike and my torso is the last place that gets cold right now.
Jan 8, 2015
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dan p asked: I just received my roamer jacket and was suprised that the zipper pull is on the left and not the right like every other jacket I own? And I am a man... what's up with that? The one in the video looks to be on the right? Did I get a womwns jacket? I would love/hate to see the woman that fills out a size 56! Help! Sep 5, 2014
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Alfred P: Hi Dan,
Yes I've notice the same observation.
No worries..If you look at the right side of the jacket, you'll see an overlap of the lining.
This helps with wind.
I love your comment about a 'woman' sizing a 56.
Myself wear size 54.
Stereo typing went out last century, lol
The Roamer jacket is very well made and plenty of room for winter add-ons.
Beautiful stiching, design and very comfortable.
Enjoy!!

Alfred
New York
Sep 5, 2014
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dan p: I love the look and feel of the jacket. It will just take some time to get accustomed to the opposite side pull. But the overall quality of the jacket is top notch. I have to seesoft back armor in transit and look forward to installing it. Yea I'm 6'4" 200 lbs and a woman that size would be a bit intimidating for sure! Have a great weekend
Now I'm off to get my knees in the breeze! Peace Sep 6, 2014
Alfred P: Safe ride Dan.. nice exchanging conversation Sep 6, 2014
Alfred P: Hi Dan,
Yes I've notice the same observation.
No worries..If you look at the right side of the jacket, you'll see an overlap of the lining.
This helps with wind.
I love your comment about a 'woman' sizing a 56.
Myself wear size 54.
Stereo typing went out last century, lol
The Roamer jacket is very well made and plenty of room for winter add-ons.
Beautiful stiching, design and very comfortable.
Enjoy!!

Alfred
New York
Sep 5, 2014
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A S: Why is the zipper pull on the left-hand side? Oct 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: How thick is the leather? How this be a good winter jacket down to 40 degrees on a naked bike? Jan 8, 2015
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Andrew G: Its a pretty solidly built jacket, with leather thick enough to help with abrasion resistance. Not sure of exact number of mm. Down at 40 degrees you would need multiple layers underneath. Jan 8, 2015
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JOHN L: Thank you Andrew Jan 9, 2015
Zack K: I've worn it in temps down in the 30's but I did layer up as well and was a bit chilled. I don't think I'd go touring in this during the winter but I'd say it's fine for around town and shorter trips. Jan 15, 2015
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A shopper asked: 5'11, 188 lbs, 43in chest, 34in waist, 40in stomach. Any size advice? I see many different size experiences on this one Jan 8, 2015
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Zack K: I have a 45in chest, 33in arms and the 52 fits me pretty much perfect. I will say that I originally went by the size chart and got a 58 which was comically large. I then ordered a 54 which just wasn't right. I blame the euro sizing, it's just odd. For reference I wear a 44s in suit jackets and I'm a 32/33 x 30 pant. 5'9" 205. Jan 15, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hi,

I've got, based on very quick and cursory measurements, around a 42-44" chest to about a 38" waist (I'm around 6' 3", weight around 200 to 210). Usually I'll be wearing the jacket without armour or inner lining (somehow, I can overheat in a tshirt in snow), and I prefer a snug fit - any input as to what size I should be going for? I'm torn between the 52 and 54 - the 54 seems to be a better fit on paper, but everything I'Ve seen indicates it'S a little more generous in the belly. Would prefer a cut like the flatbush, but it doesn'T come in black
Dec 13, 2014
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A s: hey brother
I purchased the 54 I'm six foot five 190 34 waist tight belly.
I have plenty of extra room in the stomach area and if I had the funds I would get it taken it in the waist It's a Wonderful jacket and I leave the armor In,its such a good looking jacket. summertime hot days it's not the jacket but this is my fall to winter apparel and it performs well for me down to 49 degrees and I wear it down to about 45 I put some microfleece up under it with the liner. good luck with it and I do recommend it, and always keep the shiny side up hope I see you on the road this afternoon.
Dec 14, 2014
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match m asked: Hi, I will purchase this jacket but you have no back protector from Rev'It! on stock. Is there a Forcefield replacement I could buy instead? Aug 16, 2014
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John W: Try the Icon D3O back protector: http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/icon-d3o-back-protector-insert Sep 18, 2014
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omar d asked: Hello,
can you help me get the right size
my measurement is :

chest size : 109 cms / 42.9134 inches
sleeve : 68 cms/ 26.7717 inches
Height : 181 cms/ 5 feet 11.25 inches
weight : 89 kgs/ 196.211 lbs

i wear an XL in the revit airwave jacket but im not sure what would fit for the roamer 54 or 52?

thanks
Aug 4, 2014
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Joseph S: I wear a large in the Revit airwave, which is perfect for me.
I have the 52 in the Roamer which fits perfect with the liner in.
Fit is loose with liner out.
The only issue is the sleeves are somewhat long for me, but in
riding position they are fine.
I have a 42 inch chest and 5 foot 9, 170
Aug 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: Should I size up on the jacket to add the back protector? I am 40" inch chest and 36" waist. Would the size 50 be too snug for me with the back protector added? Jun 4, 2014
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John W: No, the jacket is designed to accommodate a back protector so no need to size up for one. Not sure about your sizing but with leather you want it to be snug when you first get it so as to allow for break in. For reference, I'm 6'0" 155lbs and wear a medium in the Rev'it Airwave but just ordered a 46 in the roamer (after trying one on in the store). Revzilla is great with exchanges and very helpful so I'd say drop them a line if you're unsure. Sep 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: I find Alpinestar leather 48 euro snug fit for my built (everything in, liner, armours). Would you recommend that I get the same size for this jacket? Jun 1, 2014
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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 940343 8700001185172 Out of Stock
Black / 48 940344 8700001185189 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 50 940345 8700001185196 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 52 940346 8700001185202 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 54 940347 8700001185219 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 56 940348 8700001185226 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 58 940349 8700001185233 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 60 940350 8700001185240 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 62 940351 8700001185257 Available: Expect 2-3 business days processing time prior to shipment

The Roamer Jacket is the latest and greatest in a lineage of classic leathers from REV'IT! The Moto in 2005 extremely popular. We saw the Union, we saw the Rebel and now this is the full grain leather the REVIT Roamer. Classic, part of the City Collection. They made a couple of other city-inspired jackets like the Flatbush, like the Red Hook but in all honesty classic fit, slight pre-curve, full sleeve, removable thermal liner, it's really the do it all no frills leather.

It's really done just over that $400 mark but with full grain Nappa cowhide. So really premium hand to it. And again, very, very subtle branding. No frills here. Remember, only one color. It is a little roomier in the chest. As you go into some of the other REV'IT! leather models, they become a bit more aggressive, they become a little bit more preshape.

This guy offers a great relaxed fit on the bike, or off the bike feel. Remember, we ship for free and as always love to hear you gut reaction to the REV'IT Roamer Jacket. Now, diving right back into this bad boy. Single snap Mandarin style collar, classic style zipper, a YKK premium zips here.

If we look at the way the cuffs are done it's a snap also with the zipper. Again, meant to accommodate a lot of different riding styles and riding positions. Again, this jacket is not getting in the way of itself. Classic handwarmer pockets on both sides. It has a classic sleeve design, Knox Flexiform Armour, CE rated, but it's removable but it sits nicely within the jacket. You're not noticing it too much. Again, you're going for style here. Again, beautiful in its design, feels very, very soft. CE rated, CE rated in the elbows as well as the forearms.

Notice the anthracite reflective tape here, nice little safety feature that's worked in subtlely and it will not come with the back protector, it takes a REV'IT! Seesoft Type RV level 2 that you can buy separately. And notice the way it hangs classic waist-length. Come back around to the front let's unzip it. Let's show the interior guts. Again, this is a style you've seen in many ways. This is a very functional motorcycle version of that style that you grew up with.

Now again, lightweight thermal removable full sleeve liner that is quilted not meant to be worn as a stand-alone piece. You can see here on the inside that it's going to be basic mesh. Remember, as you're investigating REV'IT! leathers, it really depends on what you're going for. These City Collection pieces like the Roamer, the Flatbush and the Red Hook really are design to look great on or off the bike but be functional.

There is definitely more tech and aggressive there from REV'IT! too if that is your cup of tea.