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REVIT Sand 2 Jacket

The REV’IT! Sand 2 Jacket is the ultimate affordable Adventure Touring jacket that will get you from point A to point B even if those points are on opposite sides of the globe. Packed with innovative features designed to keep riders protected yet comfortable through varying terrain and weather, the Sand 2 Jacket incorporates removable waterproof and thermal liners, massive zippered vents, CE rated elbow and shoulder protection, reflective panels, pockets for a REV’IT! Seesoft back protector and Hydra Bag, as well as, zippered connections for the Sand 2 Pants and REV’IT! Challenger Cooling Vest. The Sand 2 is even designed to be compatible with both Leatt and MOVEO neck braces to further increase rider safety.

With the Sand 2 Jacket on your back you will be prepared for whatever your next adventure has in store.

PROTECTION FEATURES:

  • Outer shell: PWR|shell 500D, polyester rib, polyester 600D, PWR|wax 1200D, Lorica
  • Insulation: detachable thermal liner
  • Waterproofing: detachable hydratex | 3L (5000mm H2O)
  • Breathability: detachable hydratex | 3L (7000g/m2/24hrs)
  • Composition:
    • Outer shell: 52% polyester, 48% polyamide (color 1500: 64% Polyamide, 36% Polyester)
    • Lining: 67% polyester, 33% polyamide
    • Thermal liner: 99% polyamide, 1% polyester (insulation 100% polyester)
    • Membrane: 100% polyurethane (tricot 100% polyamide)
    • Protection:
      • ProLife CE protection at shoulders and elbows
      • Back Protector (sold separately):
        • Seesoft Back Protector -Type RV
        • Type RV / Size 04 fits SM-MD
        • Type RV / Size 05 fits LG-2XL
        • Type RV / Size 06 fits 3XL-4XL
  • Visibility: laminated reflection at chest, upper arms and back, laminated reflective logo at back, reflective logo at upper arms

ERGONOMIC FEATURES:

  • Fit: Tour fit, regular
  • Adjustability: UTA | tab at cuffs, flexisnap, double adjustment straps at waist, adjustment strap at under arm, adjustment tab at upper arm, adjustment drawcord at hips
  • Ventilation: VCS I zippers at front, chest, back and under arms
  • Features: prepared for Challenger Cooling vest insert, prepared for Leatt and Moveo neck brace, prepared for Vest Connector HV, long and double short connection zipper
  • Pockets: stash pockets, membrane storage pocket, hand warmer pockets, inner pockets
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REV'IT! Sand 2 Jacket 4.6 5 86 86
Nice jacket for the on-sale price First off, I like Rev'It products. I think they look good, high-end and lot's of protection and their designs are well thought out for the serious rider. I have been eyeing the Sand 2 Jacket, Klim, and BMW jackets but when the 15% sale was announced I jumped on it. I received the jacket and see-soft back protector (I will review this product later). Shipping was extremely fast. Thank you Revzilla! The first thing I noticed that it was a heavy jacket. Not having enough experience with high-end jackets, I can't say if this was lighter than most or equal. The fit was snug. I think it is supposed to be that way. I was used to the TourMaster box cut. The Gear Geeks were right about sizing up after I consulted with them even though Anthony, the Revzilla Video Reviewer mentioned this product was an American cut. With the next size up however I found myself with sleeves a little longer than I had hoped. Not a deal killer just yet. With the liners out, the fit improved tremendously. I will probably use it in this configuration the majority of the time. I took it out on its maiden voyage in 100 degree temps and baked. The ventilation was so-so but I need to wear moisture wicking undergarments with this jacket. I also think I need to get a hyperkewl vest too. If I had to nit-pick, the rain and thermal liners were easily removable but one thing I noticed is that when you remove the rain liner and only use the thermal, the thermal attaches via short zippers and snaps to the rain liner but there are no lower snaps located on the jacket. This may allow the thermal liner to rise or bunch up. Only the rain liner has the receiving snaps to secure the thermal liner. Don't know why that is but I'll need to put more hours on the jacket. August 17, 2015
So disappointed. Leaky and hot. I really wanted to like this jacket. It looks slick. It fits well. It has some great features. Sadly I now feel like I threw away 500 bucks. I got this jacket right before riding 1600 miles to Sturgis. I threw on the outer shell with all the vents open and hit the road. Soon as it got to about 85 degrees it was miserably hot in this jacket. I ended up riding most of the way without it on. I was disappointed with that but figured I should have gone for mesh. My fault. Then a rain storm hit. I pulled the jacket back out and put the rain liner in. I might as well hadn't bothered. I got completely soaked. My cheap First Gear pants kept my legs perfectly dry. Oh. One last little complaint. The snaps for the chest vents and the snaps for the bicep adjustment catch each other and sometimes unsnap because of it. I really wish I could return this and upgrade to something like the Rev It Chronos but since I wore it I guess I'll have to try eBay. August 13, 2015
Worth the extra money of fit. I've had a number of different jackets and touring gear, and I've tried on dozens trying to get the perfect fit. IT seems that sizing charts are across the board. One brand is always too small. One is always to big. Theres are never even close. Zippers pop, get stuck, pull loose. Fits in the chest but the arms are to long. The arms are too short, even different lengths! Rev'it is not like that. The gear is well thought out. Fits well, Has the right material in the right places. The zippers work! the fasteners can be adjusted when you need it. The venting seems to be perfect! I opened up the jacket and rode on a hot day and it vented as well as my Rev'it Air jacket. And it didn't fill up like a parachute when I did. The only down fall is not getting a Back Protector included. August 10, 2015
Great Value Compared to, Well, You Know. When I was shopping for a new ADV suit I started with "the K standard", but the price point is so high now I decided to expand my thinking and settled on the Sand 2. For the money this an unbelievable jacket in terms of quality, fit and features. You do give up the integrated goretex liner you get with other gear, but, it's a small sacrifice to make for a comparable jacket at roughly half the price. I have yet to ride wearing it in a rain storm so I don't know yet how the waterproof lining works (removable), but I imagine it will work just fine; I'll come back and let you know if it doesn't. For fit, if you follow the instructions for fitment you shouldn't be disappointed. I was instructed to purchased the large even though I typically wear a medium and it fit perfectly with the right amount of room for additional layers without making it too tight. I went with the light version (silver) and I love it. Sure, it shows the dirt, but it's cooler than black during summer riding and I just like it better than all black. Also, having lived in Holland for six months last year I was more than happy to purchase a Dutch design (made in Vietnam; another country I enjoy). To summarize; great performance and a great look add up to an exceptional value. I'm a REV'IT! customer now. July 29, 2015
I would recommend this jacket I am 205 lbs, all in my gut, 6' 1" tall, and I ended up buying both the L and XL, and ended up keeping the Large. With both the rain and warm vest liners, it was very tight, but I live in San Diego so none of those are needed normally, and the jacket fits perfect without them. The XL was very baggy, even though I am big in the middle. I could have cinched it down, which was nice, but without the liners, it would have been too baggy, and you want a jacket that fits better. My shoulders are narrow and felt way narrow in the XL. I wish Rev-It had more options with the hold open colar, but I leave it unsnapped and it does not bother me at all. This was a big deal when I was searching for the right jacket, and it is a non-issue. This jacket handles the wind very well. It vents very well. It does not fill up with air at all. The sleeves were way too long on the XL, which made that decision easier, and I am a 34 length sleeve. The XL was like a 37. The large sleeves are perfect, maybe 34/35. There is a snap on the cuff that is annoying. It works fine, but it is bulky with my gloves. That it the one thing I would change or fix. This is a WARM jacket. I can't imagine needing a liner or more than a T-Shirt for anything over 50 degrees, seriously. The wind protection is excellent. Close the vents if it is cold. It looks cool. This is a nice jacket. The silver is like an off white grayish, not really silver. The harness buckles are black, not red. I was pleasantly surprised when the jacket arrived. I thought the red ones in the video would look weird. I wish they did not exist at all, but black is fine. Pockets are great. No need for a tank bag. My cap fits in the back pocket and my sunglasses and garage remote fit in the front and I don't feel them. I ride a KTM 1290 Super Adventure and a Ducati GT 1000, and this jacket works well with both. Shoulder pads are not the best, but they are fine. July 6, 2015
Awesome ... This may be the best jacket I've ever owned. Vents in all the right places. Plenty of storage. Water bladder pouch. It's comfortable in the summer and layers up for the winter. I've seen no downside in more than 7 thousand miles. July 6, 2015
Fantastic do-it-all jacket! Really impressed by this jacket. Construction is very solid, on par with what I've come to expect from Rev'it. Outer shell is a bit technical looking, is great for putting miles on the bike. Airflow is pretty impressive through the shell, allowing me to remain cool on all but the hottest of days. the easy to remove liners are great for long-distance touring as they take up little space and allow for nearly any weather conditions. I am 5'8, ~150lbs and usually wear a size M coat, but find size S fits perfectly in this and most Rev'it jackets. Matches great with the Sand 2 pants! I look forward to putting many more miles on it with my Multistrada! June 23, 2015
This coat looks as good as it feels!! Very durable plus easy to clean if needed. A true 4 seasons coat. I reviewed many 4 season coats and decided on the sands 2 coat . To my surprise it was a perfect fit ! Very versitle and easy to change out layers if needed. Stains seem to not cling and the outer shell takes a lot of rain before it needs the water proof liner. A good buy for under 500$! Can't wait to Buy the pants and back armor ! June 13, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Peter R: Great price/features. Aug 31, 2015
Kevin O: Had everything I was looking for. It turned out to be a great investment! Aug 29, 2015
Don M: Revzilla video presentation and customers review Aug 28, 2015
konrad m: I wanted a reliable and good looking jacket. I have been watching a lot of reviews and yet this one seems to be a winner if you do not want to spend more than $500 on it. My main reason to buy it was that jacket is really a multi-season one. I am not going to ride in wintertime but I live in Chicago so chilly weather is quite common here. Summertime can get really hot so it is important to me that jacket has a lot of ventilation options. Plus safety features, really expandable on this side. Aug 19, 2015
Denton H: versatile, 4 season riding capability, removable liners Aug 17, 2015
Tracey G: Looks, functionality Aug 11, 2015
Richard M: Fit, Style and function! Jul 13, 2015
Jamil P: Excellent reviews Jul 1, 2015
Jon W: ZLA award and reviews Jun 28, 2015
Monte W: I bought it to replace my worn Cayenne Pro jacket. I'm looking forward to the improved air flow. Jun 11, 2015
NIck C: purchased a large based on the video as I was the same size as the model but it was way too tight so I ordered an XL May 28, 2015
Ron L: Going out on a cross county trip for a month, needed gear for all types of weather, although I fear it maybe to warm for sunny climates, guess I'll find out soon enough. Online reviews were good, as well as the reviews from people I actually know. May 22, 2015
Jason B: I liked all the comments and the video break down May 21, 2015
Dan D: I wanted something for touring and based on the description this had all the bells and whistles I wanted. Paired with the Defender GTX pants I got on sale for the same price as the Sand 2 pants they are an awesome pair in cold, wet weather. Apr 28, 2015
Kevin S: Best value for the features Apr 27, 2015
Corey T: Good Reviews. Looks Great! Apr 24, 2015
David W: Great jacket. Nice features and functionality. Have had Rev It gear before and very high quality. Apr 22, 2015
Alexander S: Based on the reviews of the other customers and the demo video this looks like the best bang for the buck in four season jacket. I live in high altitude area and commute to work early in the morning. Even in the peak summer months it can be chilly in teh morning and sweltering in the late afternoon with temperature swings of 40 degrees (F) in a single day. I'm really looking forward to a single jacket solution!! Apr 21, 2015
Mike A: Great style, versatile performance for different weather and riding conditions, and solid protection. Apr 8, 2015
Predrag V: good product Apr 8, 2015
Bill L: I had a Sand 2 jacket previously and decided it was time to replace it. I have really liked the flexibility and protection of the jacket and believe it is very nice looking as well. Nice all around jacket regardless of riding style. Mar 18, 2015
Alexander M: I think this jacket offers a good level of protection and comfort; the jacket has a nice design,and perfect fit Mar 16, 2015
Jacques C: because you guys recommend it and I trust your review process and experience. Mar 16, 2015
Bennet M: Features and price Feb 21, 2015
jose luis h: Awesome jacket. I already had the Sand 2 pants and decided to go for the jacket as well. Feb 12, 2015
Seth H: A 4 season jacket that has (seemingly)outstanding ventilation and more options then you can shake a stick at. Dec 3, 2014
Peter G: Same reason I bought the Sand 2 pants.... Oct 27, 2014
Monte W: To replace my almost wore out Cayenne Pro Sep 24, 2014
david M: already had REV'IT SEND jacket and it was very good. i like all REV'IT products. Sep 13, 2014
Matthew M: I purchased this for the increase in ventilation compared to my Revit Defender. Aug 12, 2014
Thomas W: Already had one really liked it, but it picked up some road rash. Needed new one to replace it. Nice jacket grea in cold weather, very comfortable. Nice air flow in warmer weather. Jun 29, 2014
les w: because it is cool and video was great, very informative Jun 22, 2014
Jim D: Revit's reputation. I own the Sand pants and they are great. Jun 6, 2014
Jeremy T: For summer riding in southern california and the hi viz vest option Jun 6, 2014
Gentil N: returned it Jun 6, 2014
Jose V: I am going on a 4,000 mile trip, covering both mountains and desert. This seemed like a good choice in terms or quality, function and price. May 18, 2014
Ethan J: Great value to protection ratio. I live in colorado and need a jacket that will travel well with me through the seasons and the sand 2 should meet my needs. May 14, 2014
kyong c: It fits very nice but for $500 jacket it needs to improve back protection May 10, 2014
Adam S: Good combination of elements protection and looks Apr 29, 2014
Nickolas K: I chose this because I was tired of my 1-piece leaking (I still love my Olympia 1000D cordura) and the more fitted, European-ish cut both fits my frame better and offers far greater mobility. The latter is extremely important to me as I ride an enduro-style sidecar rig and need to be able to move around all the time. Apr 25, 2014
Ronnie C: functionality mostly... I wanted the white and red one, but I don't want to clean off the bugs all the time. Apr 13, 2014
Matthew H: Supposedly this item is more of a "European" or trim fit than similar jackets. I prefer an athletic or slim fit rather than a bulky jacket. Apr 4, 2014
Richard F: I tried it on at in the store and loved the fit and feel. Three in one, great ventilation and not super long Mar 30, 2014
Richard L: To get a jacket that will work for the cool mountain mornings but also open the vents for the Hot afternoon sun Mar 24, 2014
SHINGO M: fit my mike BMW Mar 21, 2014
john p: Fantastic video revue by Anthony, very informative and a very practical jacket for it's intended use. Mar 15, 2014
David K: great reviews, great look, lots of useful characteristics Mar 12, 2014
Bruce G: Best value, looks, and features. Jan 6, 2014
paul k: Tried it on and I liked the fit and features Dec 9, 2013
Paul C: I am shopping for a REAL four seasons motor cycle jacket for New England area weather.
My final selection are either REV'IT Sand 2 or REV'IT Outback jacket. I like all REV'IT jacket style and design.
I ordered REV'IT Sand 2 today for it good ventilation for the summer and excellent custom service from Revzilla.
Dec 5, 2013
Justin P: Great fitting & good looking jacket and material very comfortable. Reflectors are nice and vent work well. Not a fan of all the zippers and buttons involved with the liners but once they are in they stay well. Nov 9, 2013
Oscar C: It s a complete product! Oct 14, 2013
Alejandro S: Currently own GTX Defender. Rev'It fan! Great quality, durability, and comfort. Sep 21, 2013
Tim L: Great reviews on this jacket. Aug 28, 2013
A shopper asked: FOR the Revzilla team
What is the difference with the Hydratex waterproofing in this jacket and the Goretex waterproofing (other than lifetime guarantee) in more expensive jackets putting features features aside.?
Feb 26, 2014
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Richard S: GoreTex should breath better and provide better waterproofing, technically. But, I can tell you that after riding for 12 hours in steady rain I was dry and comfortable in my Sand 2 with Hydratex, so the difference might not matter. Mar 7, 2014
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nimrod b: Hi, I am not able to tell you the difference between this and other coats because I have only ever tried this one. It is of great quality due to its isolation and thickness. Feb 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm 6'5", 190 lbs, with a 42" chest and 36" sleeves. I normally buy a Medium Tall or Large Tall in gear. I'm considering this jacket in either Large or XL...can anyone with similar measurements weigh in? I'm most concerned about adequate sleeve length. Thanks! May 9, 2015
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Richard M: I am 6 ft, 200 pounds. I went with the xl. There is a lot of adjustability built into the jacket so it is easy to snug things up when the liners are out. The xl is comfortable and the sleeve length is perfect. I found I could do up an L, but if I wore anything heavier than a t-shirt it would be a tight fit, and the arms would be a little short. Jul 11, 2015
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A shopper asked: Interested in this Jacket, but confused about sizing. If Ben is wearing a size Large and you say he is a 44 inch chest than the sizing chart is incorrect, because is says a Large is 39-41 inch chest? Buying from Australia and don't want to receive incorrect size!
Marcel.
Oct 22, 2013
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DANIEL M: I was confused about sizing as well. With their advice I ordered a large. I'm 5'10", 175lbs with a 44" chest. It fits well and there is a lot of adjustment in the sides. It is a little snug with both liners but I usually wear it without any liner or just with the rain liner and the fit is perfect. An XL would be too big. Oct 23, 2013
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Michael W: I bought a Sand 2 Jacket in a 2xl as I am about a 44 chest. I had heard that the sizing was little on the small size and compensated accordingly. With the waterproof and thermal liner in, it is a good fit. There would be more room without the liners but I've left them in. The jacket itself is well made and good value. Sleeve length in the 2xl is just right for me and the jacket length is just right. It felt a little stiff at first but has relaxed and is now really comfortable to wear. I've been in some serious downpours over the last week in Geelong and I haven't had a waterproof over jacket on and I haven't got wet. I can recommend this jacket. Oct 23, 2013
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Jose V: am 6'01", 175 lbs, 40 chest and I got the Large in both the Sand 2 pants and jacket. This was based on the sizing chart, although I must admit I was a bit skeptical since this is what the big Revzilla model guy was wearing. Oddly enough both fit absolutely perfectly, the pants are a fantastic fit, as is the jacket, which has a great deal of adjustment both for the chest/waist, and the sleeves. It fits great with and without one or all liners. I hate baggy clothing, so this setup works perfectly. Jul 26, 2014
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Les H: Hi fellow Aussie. I bought a Revit Sand 2 jacket recently and I'm very happy with it. I took it with me to Europe in May and it took everything in its stride. I am a 44 inch chest and my jacket is an XL which I think is just right. I went off the sizing chart. Without the liners there is about 2 to 3 inches to go so it's probably good for 43 to 46 inch chest. Hope this helps. Cheers Oct 23, 2013
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Kerry F: Can't answer your question directly but I'll tell you that I have a 45" chest and I wear an XL. With the thermal liner in and venting zippers closed it is a snug fit and oh so cozy. With no thermal liner there's room for good air movement and with zips open the ventilation is excellent! Hope this helps Marcel. Oct 22, 2013
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Christopher D: That's a good point, I'm a 42 R and my shirt size is a 34/35 US sizing, am 180lbs and 6' tall. The first jacket I ordered was a large it was too small. I bought the XL and it fits perfect.
Amazing jacket!
Oct 22, 2013
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Larry Y: Yeah, I'm fairly confident in my chest measurement of 41", and a large with the liners in it fits perfectly. I can't imagine having a 44" and being comfortable in a large. Oct 23, 2013
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Tony T: I am size 44 and the extra large sizing of my Sand 2 jacket fits well.
I would recommend extra large.
Oct 22, 2013
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A S asked: I'm 6'5" and and a slim 200lbs with a 41" chest. I typically wear Md or Lg jackets. I really like this jacket but when I look at the sizing chart, it suggest a 3xl given my height. I'd like to try the large but I'm concerned the torso and sleeve length would be too short.

Any thoughts?
Oct 5, 2014
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Peter R: Hi A S. I purchased the Sand 2 Jacket in XL and it fits perfectly. I am 6'3 and 210lbs. I have long arms and a long torso and the sleeves and waist are perfect for me. For your extra 2 inches of height you may consider the XXL, Revzilla is so good about return shipping you have nothing to lose by trying a size. Nov 11, 2014
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Larry Y: I'm 5'11" with long arms, and the same size chest as you and the large fits me very well. I had tried an XL initially and it was way too baggy. With your height, 2XL is probably as small as you could go, but I doubt you'd be happy with how loose it would be around your torso. Oct 6, 2014
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Gregor P: I'm about 5'10" and 180lbs and I had size large.
Sleaves were a little long but medium was bit too tight. So large would do someone with slightly longer arms.
Oct 5, 2014
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Richard L: I'm at 6'0" and slim and got a large and it fit good, I believe re lg would be short for someone 6'5" but it's a great jacket and Revzilla will exchange it Oct 6, 2014
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Paul R asked: Just wondering if the connection zipper of the Sand 2 jacket is compatible with the original Sand pants? May 12, 2014
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Jonathan H asked: Having viewed the sizing chart Im not exactly which size would fit me best. Im a 50 chest, 38 waist, 240 lbs 6'0" , so finding a proper fit can be a challenge. Anyone have any thoughts? Aug 11, 2013
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William Z: Hi Jonathan,

Have the Sand 2 jacket and pants and went with the XL jacket, which is still fairly roomy given my 48 chest and fairly broad shoulders. I think you' be ok with that. In terms of the pants, though, I had to return them for the "short" version (despite normally wearing 32" inseam jeans), as the reg fit were very long, such that the armor hung down below my knees. I'm 5'11" and about 220 lbs. Great gear in terms of quality & function; I keep coming back to RevIt & Aerostitch for quality kit.

Will
Aug 14, 2013
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Larry Y: I have a 41" chest, 5'11', and 33" waist. According to the sizing chart I'm exactly between a LG and XL, and based on my previous REV'IT jacket I went with the XL. With all the liners in, plus wearing a heated vest, the XL only felt right when everything was tightened to the limits, which meant that without the liner and vest, it was too big.

Based on that experience and you being between a 4XL and a 5XL, unless your gut sticks out way past your chest, I think the 4XL should work for you.
Aug 12, 2013
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Jaime G: Hey Jonathan,

i have this jacket and its and amazing jacket.

Acorrding to youir question im a 5foot 4 and im 32 waist. And the jackef fits me exactly as the size chart... im a medium and i found no problems with the jacket... it is actually vary spacious inside the jacket without all the layers...

Hope it helps..
Regards
Aug 12, 2013
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RICHARD R: Jonathan-
I am 6'4" 205# 36" waist and 34" inseam. I wear the 2XL Rev'it Sand 2 Jacket and Pants. Fit is very good in sleeve and pant length. At a 36" waist, it is comfortably loose. I would think the 2XL would fit for you.
Best regards....
Aug 13, 2013
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Peter H: I'm 6'1" 180lb and I like things a little loose. I went with the XL and am happy with it. Take your best guess and go for it. Revzilla are great to work with, and like they say, they will switch it out for you if it's not right. Aug 12, 2013
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Adam L: I have a 42 chest and 33 waist and weigh 180 and I bought a Large in May and it fits perfectly. They are slim fitting. Its one of the best fitting jackets I have owned. Hope that helps you figure out a size for you. Aug 12, 2013
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Gregor P: I'm just under 5'11", 175lbs and 34" waist and I bought size L. Its a good size and you can tighten the jacket in so many places when you have the liners out so its fine. Aug 12, 2013
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Tony T: Jonathan,
I an 6'3" 220 weigh 220 with a 42-44 chest and 36 waist. The XL works well for me.
Aug 12, 2013
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Daniel A: i am 38 chest ,32 waist ,173 lbs 5'7'' i choose a size small for the jacket and medium for the pants.i don't know which fit you will prefer, but i prefer a tight fit it is why i chose a small jacket.hope that it will help you.Buy it you will not regret it. Aug 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does the collar flap have a way to be secured so it won't flap around if you want to leave the jacket unzipped a few inches? The original Sand jacket had a clever hook to do this. Aug 11, 2013
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Scott S: My Sand 2 jacket doesn't seem to have any such hook. I find the venting to be quite good even in hot weather though (as long as I'm moving), and haven't felt the need to leave the main zipper open. Maybe leaving the collar flap snapped closed would actually keep the lapels from flapping around if the zipper was a bit open...may have to try that.

So far the jacket has been great...I'd definitely buy it again.

Hope this helps...good riding!
Aug 15, 2013
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Gregor P: unfortunately it doesn't. This is one reason I almost bought the Sand Jacket as it was a great idea. I don't know why they left it off the Sand 2 Jacket.
But I am glad I bought the Sand 2. The airflow with vents open is amazing. Means you can ride this jacket easily in warm weather.
Aug 12, 2013
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Robert R: Yes it has a snap on the collar that is movable to accommodate how open you want the neck. The entire jacket is amazing. Very well designed - good in cold as well as warm. Very happy w it. Aug 12, 2013
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Patrick B: I have left the collar un latched on many occasion and have had no issue. That stated my bike has a full fairing andso I wouldn't know if this was an issue if your bike was naked. Aug 12, 2013
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nimrod b: There is a unique collar that you can change the the size will it still close.
it's like a slider
Aug 12, 2013
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david f: No. I fold the collar inside to take care of the flapping.
Aug 12, 2013
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Paul H: I do not see anything that you can fasten the collar to. Aug 12, 2013
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fred m: Dont see one but it hasnt been a problem Aug 12, 2013
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Jesse G asked: I just received my jacket... was wondering if its normal to feel some air coming through the front two chest vents even when they are zipped up? I feel some airflow coming in at the top of the zips.... Feb 12, 2014
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William G: It's normal. The YKK zippers are great quality but they are not going to completely seal off airflow because they're not weather proof zippers. Putting in the liners will help keep the chill out. Feb 13, 2014
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Clifford M: Given how the various layers interact, and overlay each other, I find it hard to believe that any air can or would get through. I've been riding all winter long with the coat, and I've never felt any air coming through then the coat was zipped up. Mar 21, 2014
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Jesse G: Yeah its stuck in all the way end. I notice it alot when I am on the highway... Even with all the liners in and zipped up, i still feel a significant amount of airflow... not sure what to do... anyone else have this problem? Feb 17, 2014
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Mark C: Make sure you unsnap (3 snaps I believe) the flap that runs down the inside the jacket along the zipper. This should help block the wind some. Jun 28, 2014
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Daniel M: I never notice it on mine. Are you tucking the ends of the Zippers into the little zipper pouch? Feb 12, 2014
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Christopher E asked: Where is it made? Sep 12, 2013
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DANIEL M: Vietnam.
Top quality. I've had several premium jackets including another Rev-it, a Held and a Klim. The Sand 2 in my favorite.
Sep 12, 2013
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Thomas P: Mine says Designed in the Netherlands and Made in Vietnam Sep 12, 2013
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Jeffery C: the tag say it was made in Vietnam Sep 12, 2013
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James B: The tag inside mine says Vietnam. Sep 15, 2013
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Giovanni T: Vietnam Sep 14, 2013
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Mike A asked: I'm looking at the Rev'it Sand2 jacket and pants and having trouble deciding on sizes. Here are my measurements:

Chest - 40
Waist - 32
Hips - 37/38
Outseam - 42
Inseam - 31

Also, for reference, I'm 6' tall and 165 lbs.

Based on these measurements, it looks like I'm maybe a Large in the jacket and Medium or Medium-Tall in the pants. For what it's worth, I usually wear Medium-sized shirts/sweaters/jackets. For that reason, I'm a little skeptical about getting a Large jacket.

Can you weigh-in on which sized jacket and pants are most likely to fit me?
Mar 27, 2015
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Adam G: I'm basically your size and wore a medium. Plenty of room for impact protection and a light layer for insulation underneath. Mar 27, 2015
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Mike A: Cool, thanks Mar 28, 2015
Richard L: For the sand2 jacket, large, I'm the same size Mar 27, 2015
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Gregor P: I'm 34" waist, about 5'10" and 180lbs and I had ordered size L
so you might get away with Medium

I actually went to a shop that sold them and tried them on first :-)
Mar 27, 2015
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Mike A: Ya, would love to try first. Unfortunately nowhere to do that near me. Thanks for response Mar 28, 2015
Mike A: Thanks dude Mar 28, 2015
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A shopper asked: Can the shoulder and elbow armor be removed? Reason l ask is im lookIng for a adventure style jacket that l can wear my alpinestars bionic armor underneath. Dec 1, 2013
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A s: Yes, the elbow and shoulder armor can be removed. The jacket is comprised of three layers, the thermal, the rain and the outermost shell. Part of the outermost sell is a mesh liner that has pockets to hold the armor in the correct position. These pockets open with a velcro closure. I am not familiar with the bionic armor but the revit armor is not bad, i would upgrade the back panel though. I am 6 foot and 210 pounds, the XL fits me perfect.
-brad-
Dec 1, 2013
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Richard L: Yes, The armor is removable, not sure about the size. I ordered
The Revit back armor for my jacket
Dec 1, 2013
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Yeshe P: Yes, all of the armor is removable (elbow, shoulders, back). Dec 1, 2013
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Adam G: Yes! Dec 1, 2013
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A shopper asked: What are the 2 clips/loops on the chest of the jacket for? Nov 24, 2013
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William Z: I believe they are for attaching the optional minimalist lime dayglo vest. I like my Sand 2 pretty well, BTW -- very versatile, comfortable & confidence-inspiring gear. Nov 24, 2013
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DANIEL M: The two loops in the front and one in the back are for attaching a neck brace. Nov 24, 2013
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Jose V: Yes, for a neck brace. Jul 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: Could the Sand 2 jacket/pant be worn on a sportbike, or is strictly adventure touring with upright ergos? May 1, 2013
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flyaway: The large front pockets and generous material around the abdomen area might bunch up between you and the tank. Arms and everything else would be fine. May 2, 2013
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Nicholas G: I wear the Sand 2 jacket and pants on a BMW S1000R, and it works perfectly fine, and is very comfortable. No bunching up or anything like that. Aug 2, 2014
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cooee: adventure touring is better reflect it advantage! May 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: In the video, Ed is 6', 220lbs with a 44" chest and is wearing a large. The sizing chart puts him between a XL and a 2XL.
I'm 5'10", 175lbs with a 44" chest. What size do I need?
Apr 28, 2013
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DoofusDog: I would agree that a large probably is your size. I am similar in height but a bit more slender than you and with the adjustments in the coat it sizes down and up around the torso quite a bit. I almost went with a medium as I was close to those measurements but am very happy I didn't. I have wider than average shoulder as well as longer arms and the large accommodates both. I hope that helps! Apr 29, 2013
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Lindymac: I would get a large, I'm 6'3" 200 pounds with around a 41 inch chest and I wear a large, fit is great and if I need to, I can still throw an additional fleece underneath as an extra liner. The side cinches really help to take up the slack as needed. Apr 29, 2013
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Tourniquet: I'm 5'11" 185 and I got a Large. I would go large if you plan on doing a lot of winter riding, otherwise a medium might fit perfect May 20, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does revit have a over pant available or is there other makes that will fit the sand 2 jacket? May 6, 2015
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William Z: They make matching Sand pants, which I've used both on their own and over (very) light weight polyester camping/travel pants. This approach is do-able, but not great when it's hot out. If that's your primary use, you'd be better off with an Aerostitch suit, May 21, 2015
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Andrew L: The Sand 2 pants go with the jacket. May 21, 2015
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Matthew H asked: I leave for a 14 day motorcycle trip through Peru with Motoquest in 2 weeks and I'm looking to for an adventure jacket that will cover me for this trip and down the line. A few things about me and the trip.

Peru Trip:
Temperatures run from 40s to 80s with high and low elevation
Some rain could be expected
Riding a BMW 650GS
Mostly all Paved Roads

Me:
Live in LA, so the weather is usually always warm and dry
I plan on doing more adventure riding throughout the US (including Alaska) and Internationally
I already own a Rev'It Leather Jacket and the Gear 2 Leather Pants (so I think I might be set for pants for the trip).
I would ideally like to stay with Rev'It so all my jackets and pants will be compatable.
Looking for a good adventure jacket that I can wear all around the world and be comfortable with at home in LA,

I've sized up the Rev'It Cayenne Pro and loved it but am worried about rain protection with it and overheating in the over-jacket for the rain
I've also tried on the Sand 2 jacket, it feels a bit bulky and doesn't have the armor that the new Cayenne Pro has. Feel like it would get too hot at times.
Would be willing to look at other jackets all the way up to the Rev'it Defender Pro GTX
Thoughts or Opinions?
May 1, 2015
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Yeshe P: I too live in LA, and own the Sand 2 Jacket/Pants, and the Ignition 2 with the Gear 2 Pants.

One thing to note, the Sand 2 pants can be worn as overpants. I've upgraded the back armor on both jackets with the matching seesoft back protector.

As far as heat goes, I do get overheated during the summer with the Gear 2/Igntion 2, but it's not too bad, just stay hydrated. The Sand 2 set-up allows for a ton of airflow and I've been out to the Lancaster/Palmdale area while staying fairly comfortable.

The Sand 2 jacket has a lot of zippers and adjustments to get airflow through, and it does it very well. In addition to that, you can zip in the challenger vest, and get the wrists and neck cooling band as well, soak that in some cold water and "wring it out". Unfortunately the zip-in cooling system does not work on the older jackets, but it looks like it does fit the Cayenne Pro.

Also, the seemingly "bulkiness" feel can create a nice gap for airflow. You don't want the jacket to be "too" form fitting.

The zip-in liners for the sand 2 (thermal and water proof) are nice, but I've left them out for most of the LA weather throughout the year. The jacket and pants themselves have some level of waterproofing up to a certain speed before water starts to bleed through.

The only thing i can't recommend are the sand 2 gloves, they fall apart fast, and unlike the jacket/pants, they aren't water proof.
May 1, 2015
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Fernando V: I have the same bike and I used the Sand 2 jacket last time for a journey of about 450 km, I had heavy rain, and the jacket works excellent. I think its a great jacket for the journey you are planning to Perú, may be you can use a thermal T-Shirt in case of low temperatures. May 3, 2015
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A shopper asked: Which high-visibility vest works best with this jacket? Aug 2, 2014
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Nicholas G: There's actually a high visibility version of this jacket, as well as a high-vis attachment thing made for it, if you watch the revzilla video review you'll see what I'm talking about. Aug 2, 2014
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Brian R: I don't use a vest so I can't comment sorry. I will tell you the jacket and pants have been great. Currently riding without insulation and rain liner. I did get caught in the rain last week and without liner you will get wet. Jacket pockets did keep my wallet and phone dry though. I stopped at revzilla and purchased jacket and pants. The staff was very helpful, I recommend giving them a call. There are several option for the jacket, vest, back pad and hydration pack. Aug 2, 2014
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charlie s: This does not answer the question that he asked all it, it is more of an overall review. There is a rev-it brand vest that will go with it. Mar 4, 2015
Richard S asked: I just noticed there is velcro at the top of the back on the outside of the jacket. Anybody now what this is for? Some sort of giant back protector? Nov 12, 2013
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Giovanni T: I think it's for venting.. Otherwise the only Velcro at the back is for the large external pocket at the bottom of the jacket. Nov 14, 2013
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Matthew H: its for a water back pack Dec 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi.

I have the first SAND jacket in 3XL (XYL) which a bit tight with the lining in. I’m thinking about replacing it with the SAND 2 . Are the sizes in SAND (1) and SAND similar or ??

Regards
Per
Sep 11, 2013
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Peter R: I originally bought the 2XL thinking I'd have plenty of room for an under layer. It was actually tight so I returned it for the 3XL whic is great. I would guess that it is similar to the Sand Jacket. Sep 16, 2013
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Gregor P: I would say they are similar. I tried both on in the shop before I ordered online from Revzilla. Sep 16, 2013
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A shopper asked: Very nice review, but I didnt understand 1 thing - how long is the new back CE2 back protector? Does it cover the whole back, or only part of it like on any otherÔªø jacket? Trying to find better/same alternatives for BMW Rallye 3 jacket Mar 11, 2013
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RevZilla: The REV'IT! Sand 2 Jacket accepts the new REV'IT! Seesoft Back Protector Insert (Type RV). The back protector size required (04, 05, or 06) depends on jacket size. Specific sizes are listed on the Seesoft Size Chart and Seesoft Back Protector Insert Fit Chart (pdf).

http://www.revzilla.com/assets/0000/2114/SeeSoft_Chart_PDF.pdf
Mar 13, 2013
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cooee: The new back CE2 back protector length is enough,but the width compared BMW Rallye 3 jacket back protector is narrower, so the lack of protection of the lower back„ÄÇThis is the lack of SAND2, my travels, the only one fall, the injured area exactly this position„ÄÇ May 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have the Rev'it Sand Jacket (not v2), I'd like to purchase a hard back protector, something like the Lifeforce one, but as an insert. Are there any options out there? Feb 11, 2015
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John J asked: In the description it says underarm vents? Did I miss them in the video?
Also what's the sizing? 44" chest is a LG or XL?
Sep 11, 2014
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Chris H: The aren't any vents under the arms unless they are referring to the vents up the sleeves, which do a good job of directing air into your chest.

As far as sizing I take a 42" suit jacket and the shell of the large fits well. I'd say to go with the XL because when I put in all the liners it starts to get snug and there is just enough room for a t-shirt and light sweater underneath.
Sep 13, 2014
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John J: Thank you Chris.
I have a Sand XXL now and with the liners out its way to floppy and big. I prefer to wear my electric jacket in the cold instead of the liners especially since the zips leak air into the shell. I prefer Frogg Toggs for rain protection.
So I am thinking I may need an XL with the heated venture jacket as an inside liner I may have enough room but it might be snug but at least the shoulders won't be vibrating off my helmet lily the XXL does with everything removed.
I really think these sand jackets are 3 season with all the zips, even closed, unless you have a bike with some wind protection then maybe 4 season. Sep 13, 2014
Quint G asked: Which high-visibility vest works best with this jacket? Aug 2, 2014
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Nicholas G: There's actually a high visibility version of this jacket, as well as a high-vis attachment thing made for it, if you watch the revzilla video review you'll see what I'm talking about. Aug 2, 2014
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Quint G asked: Which high-visibility vest works best with this jacket? Aug 2, 2014
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Nicholas G: There's actually a high visibility version of this jacket, as well as a high-vis attachment thing made for it, if you watch the revzilla video review you'll see what I'm talking about. Aug 2, 2014
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Edward H asked: How bright is the black\orange jacket? I normally purchase the hi-vis version, but I would like a jacket with less black to avoid attracting heat. Appreciate it. Aug 26, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hi, is the MOVEO neck protection usable while riding a sportbike? Or does it block the head in such a way that it's not possible to use it? Jul 2, 2015
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A shopper asked: I'm 6'5" and 190 lbs, with a 42" chest and 36" sleeve length. I usually try to buy Medium Tall or Large Tall gear, but I love this jacket's design and features. I'm trying to decide between a Large and XL...can anyone with similar measurements weigh in? I'm most concerned about adequate sleeve length. Thanks! May 9, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hi, I am choosing between the SM and MD sizes in this jacket. To help me, can you please tell me the lengths of (1) shoulder seam to shoulder seam; and (2) the sleeve; for the two respective sizes? Mar 11, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hi, I am choosing between the SM and MD sizes in this jacket. To help me, can you please tell me the lengths of (1) shoulder seam to shoulder seam; and (2) the sleeve; for the two respective sizes? Mar 11, 2015
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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! 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.

Click here to see the full REV'IT! Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
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Black/Silver / SM 868503 8700001163828 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Silver / XL 868506 8700001163859 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Silver / 2XL 868507 8700001163866 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Silver / 3XL 868508 8700001163873 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Silver / 4XL 868509 8700001163880 In Stock: Ships next business day
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Silver/Black / MD 868518 8700001163972 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver/Black / SM 868517 8700001163965 Out of Stock
Silver/Black / XL 868520 8700001163996 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver/Black / 2XL 868521 8700001164009 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver/Black / 3XL 868522 8700001164016 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver/Black / 4XL 868523 8700001164023 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Orange / LG 868512 8700001163910 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Orange / MD 868511 8700001163903 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Orange / SM 868510 8700001163897 Available: Expect 2-3 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black/Orange / XL 868513 8700001163927 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Orange / 2XL 868514 8700001163934 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Orange / 3XL 868515 8700001163941 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Orange / 4XL 868516 8700001163958 Out of Stock
Silver/Red / LG 868526 8700001164054 Out of Stock
Silver/Red / MD 868525 8700001164047 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver/Red / SM 868524 8700001164030 Out of Stock
Silver/Red / XL 868527 8700001164061 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver/Red / 2XL 868528 8700001164078 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver/Red / 3XL 868529 8700001164085 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver/Red / 4XL 868530 8700001164092 Out of Stock
Silver/Blue / LG 868533 8700001164122 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver/Blue / MD 868532 8700001164115 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver/Blue / SM 868531 8700001164108 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver/Blue / XL 868534 8700001164139 Out of Stock
Silver/Blue / 2XL 868535 8700001164146 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver/Blue / 3XL 868536 8700001164153 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver/Blue / 4XL 868537 8700001164160 Available: Expect 2-3 business days processing time prior to shipment