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chris c: I needed to replace my damaged tourmaster transition2 jacket. Wanted hi viz for commute + 4 season jacket w/ protection that won't 'break the bank'.Jan 18, 2014
JuanCristobal F: commute use in the city, heavy traffic, and unexpected rain year roundNov 23, 2013
Gordon J asked:love the jacket but confused re: sizing. i'm 6'2" 195lbs, 43' chest, thin shoulders. according to the examples in video i'd be ok with the large, but according to the sizing chart on this page (and others) i'm more in the xl category. i do plan to wear this year round, with an electric vest when needed, but hate a baggy jacket. i'd appreciate any real world opinions re: sizing. thanks! ?Feb 4, 2014
Sergiu S:I am 38' chest and 6'/160 lbs. I bought a large and fits me good but it is somewhat snug, as it's supposed to be. The guys in the video are both larger than me in the chest area and went for a large as well. That's why I decided to go for a large.
It is a layered jacket so I only had a long sleeve thin sweatshirt and a t-shirt underneath that. Rode the bike in the cold, I think it was below 32F and very windy so it must have felt like 25-28F with the windchill factor, along several Long Island beaches.
The jacket did great so I was very pleased. To be honest though, if I'd want to add a thicker layer, like a warmer sweater or hoodie without the hood sweater type on top of what I was wearing, the jacket might become a little tight on me which I would hate. Did not try the combination as that was my last ride before all the snow that peppered this area as of late.
I like to wear my regular jackets on the loose side but this is different being a motorcycle jacket so it feels a little different as well. Now, you have to factor in that when warmer weather comes you will need to remove those layers and the jacket will become looser.
Given your dimensions I would take an extra large. The guys in the video seem fairly athletic so a large for them might not be a problem, it seems though that the size chart from Revit is accurate. The snug part of the jacket feels like it starts below the chest and a little bit below the arm pits in the sleeve area. That however does not impede movement or anything, it just feels different.
That being said I am a beginner and this is my first motorcycle jacket so the feeling that the jacket is different is probably normal and the more I ride in it the more I will get used to it. I am impressed by the quality and I think that it's well worth the money.
Gordon J:so, to follow up - i tried this jacket in a large, and agree, tight in the chest and back. adding an electric vest would not be feasible, even without the cold weather liner. based on that fitting i ordered an xl - just right. furthermore, the jacket has an excellent amount of adjustment in the waist and arms. i'll need to get used to the collar, a bit different than any other jacket i've had. looking fwd to trying it out not he road when spring comes. thanks to all for the advice. another happy revzilla customer.Feb 18, 2014
Robert R:You'll love it, trust me. I'm 6'2", 185lbs with most of my muscle in my legs and shoulders and I have a large, but I would say that I'm at the limit of that size. To be safe, I would go with an XL. I think you'll be happy with that fit and even if it doesn't fit, you can always exchange it. I think the main difference between the L and the XL for you will be fit across your chest and neck. I think the L would strangle you because it almost strangles me...almost. Go with an XL, you won't be disappointedFeb 18, 2014
Ryan S:I'm 5'11“ 165lb with a 39" chest, so a fair bit smaller than yourself. The chart put me on the lower end of a large. I was a little worried it might be a bit big on me, but it fits quite well. My experience would lead me to trust the sizing chart.Feb 18, 2014
Geoffrey H:I'm at the opposite end at 5'5" and 130 lbs. I ordered a medium and it fits well with a Gerbing heated jacket. I have had Rev'it in the past and have always ordered a size larger for a good fit with a heated jacket.Feb 19, 2014
Spencer M:I'm 6'5", 205lbs. I got the XL and very pleased. Somewhat loose w/o the thermal liner (my preference). With the thermal liner, more snug but still room for a jacket or sweatshirt underneath.Feb 18, 2014
John H:Not sure I can help specifically on the size as I am taller and heavier. I would recommend a quick call to customer service. They have been great to work with on everything I have bought. On a product note, I have loved this jacket. Only upgrade needed is better back armor and you're good to go. Live in PA and it has been really cold. With the liner in, I have had no problem staying warm all the way down to 20. Haven't ridden in the summer with it yet.Feb 18, 2014
Samuel N:Not sure if this will help, but I'm 5'10", 150 pounds, with 38" chest and my Medium fits very nicely. The trick is that the layers add quite a lot of bulk, so you need a size that's not too big to be bulky when you're only wearing the shell, and not too small to be constricting when you have all the layers on. It's a bit of a compromise.Feb 18, 2014
A s:I'm about 5'10" and 180 with a 42" chest and the large seems pretty good for me. The medium was a hair snug with the liner in and a couple layers on when I tried it on in the store, but fit better with just the shell. If you don't plan to wear many layers underneath, the medium might be your best bet.Feb 18, 2014
chris c:I'm 5'10" 190lbs and 42 chest and had to go w/ the XL. I tried the L and it was a bit too snug/fitted for my tastes. With the XL I could still fit a heated vest over a T shirt inside the jacket (w/ all the linings still in). Worst case you have to return it and pay shipping (~$7?). Good luckFeb 18, 2014