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REV'IT! Tornado HV Jacket
  • REV'IT! Tornado HV Jacket - Neon Yellow/Silver
  • REV'IT! Tornado HV Jacket - Neon Yellow/Silver

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REV'IT! Tornado HV Jacket

Commuters and serious touring enthusiasts from all over the world asked for it, so here it is: REV'IT! has developed the REVIT Tornado HV as the high-visibility version of the immensely popular and multi-functional REVIT Tornado jacket. The only difference is that the high-vis variant's outer shell is made of 600D polyester CE-EN471 certified fabric and features additional reflection panels at critical areas. Now you can be safe and cool at the same time.


  • Outer shell: PWR|shell 750D , PWR|shell mesh , Monaco Performance cowhide , polyester dull 450D , polyester 600D EN471
  • Insulation: detachable 2-in-1 thermal liner & membrane
  • Waterproofing & Breathability: detachable hydratex | G-liner
  • Visibility: 3M Scotchlite reflection at shoulders and upper arms , laminated reflection at chest and back
  • Protection:


  • Fit: tour fit, regular
  • Adjustability: adjustment straps at hips and upper arms, flexisnap, adjustment tab at cuffs
  • Ventilation: ventilation panels at chest, back and arms
  • Features: collar hook, stretch lips at elbows, double short connection zipper
  • Pockets: inner pockets, slit pockets 
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REV'IT! Tornado HV Jacket 4.6 5 112 112
Super comfortable and excellent visibility I got this jacket primarily for the visibility. It's a great mix of high-viz yellow in a humanoid shape with large reflective panels for nighttime visibility. With the liner in it's not overly hot but keeps me comfortable up to about 80 degrees. Over 80 I pull the liner out and then it's very well ventilated without making you freeze during the early morning commute. I have broad chest and shoulders so the jacket isn't a perfect fit - I got the 52 to fit in my upper area but it makes the arms slightly loose (you can cinch them down somewhat). I would've liked the 50 for my arms and waist, but at least the waist has easy pull adjusters to snug it up a bit. The jacket is also slightly short at the lower back when on a supersport bike with aggressive riding position, I would've liked another 2 inches there. It's not gapping, but it would be tight if I had matching pants and tried to zip them together. Overall a very well made jacket with useful features and provides all the visibility you could ever need. September 21, 2015
Sizing Just got my jacket, first purchase and wasn't sure how sizing would be over the internet, all the recommendations for measurements seem to be accurate. I'm 5'7" 185lbs with an athletic build, so sometimes have issues getting chest/shoulder sizes to line up with waste and sleeve sizes for off the rack items. I ordered the 52 and it is spot on. August 20, 2015
Excellent quality Fits very well. Don't even notice the armor (upgraded to revit back armor) while wearing. While moving you will be the same temperature as the outside air; it flows that much. Inside pocket easily fits smart phone. Neck snap is pretty tough to get on with gloves but stays put. Fits true to sizing guide. August 24, 2015
great for real hot weather Great jacket, air flow is awesome. My only problem with the jacket is the straps around the waist and arms wont stay put. If I pull them down tight, they just work there way out to wherever they want to stay. needs to be velcro. Other then that it's great August 3, 2015
Pass on this one Okay gents, after several glorious season riding in the Rev'It Airwave Jacket/Pants, I decide to "upgrade" to the Tornado after losing a bunch of weight. Bottom line up front, the Airwave and Tornado differences are minimal, VERY minimal, not over $100 worth of difference. If you are thinking of Rev'It mesh, go with the Airwave. They both pretty much fit the same. I like the sinches on the bicep better on the Tornado, but I hate the sliding button on the collar. seriously, save some cash and get the Airwave July 15, 2015
Great three season option... I've only had this jacket for a couple weeks now but I have used it with and without the liner. Without the liner it moves a lot of air and is very cool, if fact I need the liner installed anytime it dips into the 70's. With the liner installed in it is warm and comfortable from the 70’s in to the low 60's. I have not ridden in anything below the low 60’s so I can say for certain how long this jacket could be wornm but I expect to be able to ride into the middle to upper 50’s with it before having to add layers underneath. The good news is that this Rev’it Tornado fit has enough room for an added layer of clothing such as a fleece pullover. I am also very happy with the protection although I do wish it came with the back protector standard. Normally I am a size 56 but I ordered a 54 and a 56 based on Revzilla’s sizing recommendation and ended up going with the 56 as the 54 was just a little too small. I returned the 54 for a nominal shipping fee that was deducted from my refund. June 22, 2015
love this jacket It looks great and feels great. Let's great amount of air in and has nice wind/rain protection with the addition of the inner layer. Made good use of the very accurate size chart- size 50 fits me, 6'3'' 183lbs, very well indeed. Added a back protector which fits perfectly. November 24, 2014
This is a nice jacket that can work all around airflow, protection and a thermal liner, plus its nice to look at (not ugly). i think its about all one could want at the pricepoint. thanks and i'm looking forward to being cool during the summer runs. November 3, 2014
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REV'IT! Tornado HV Jacket
Already Asked: 11 Questions, 33 Answers
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Steven P: Color, air flow, style and fit. Ride a lot in Florida Sep 18, 2015
Richard G: I like Rev'It gear and needed a mesh Jacket. Great fit great performance. SOLD! Aug 21, 2015
Douglas R: Very good quality and coolness in summer Jul 17, 2015
Yoon Jeon K: I chose this for my husband as a gift and I think it is good for summer season because it has mesh on top and bottom of the jacket.
color is also good :)
Jul 9, 2015
David N: Hi Vis (which is most important!!), and modular. A true 3 season jacket with proper armor. I can easily stow the inner liner and ride the mesh during the warmth of the day and still be warm on the evening ride home. Jun 4, 2015
John M: Love the fit, style, and quality of the Rev'It gear. Apr 15, 2015
Timothy M H: People see me and I get great airflow in summer. Oct 3, 2014
Chris R: Flexibility thru various seasons, and awesome video reviews on Revzilla Aug 12, 2014
Willie V: I wanted a well vented summer jacket in hi-viz. Jun 15, 2014
Christina M: based on reviews and video found on this web site. May 11, 2014
Jon R: Because I'm an Apex Predator who gets hot in the summer. Apr 16, 2014
Gary H: I needed a high visibility jacket for summer that flows a lot of air. This works! Mar 22, 2014
Robert L: Ibought the Tornado in silver/ black in a 50. Very nice but a little tight. I decided to order a size larger and high vis to compare. I will keep one or the other. Mar 12, 2014
A shopper asked: Concerned about fading of the hi-viz - considering this jacket (Rev'it Tornado) or the Icon Contra hi-viz.

Which is better as far as fading is concerned?
Aug 20, 2015
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Richard G: I have had the Rev'It jacket and mesh pants for over a year. I have traveled over 4k miles in the south west and I am also a daily commuter. I haven't scene any fading.The only thing I have noticed is I wear a Aria hi-viz helmet and bottom of it is black rubber and it's stained the collar of my jacket.
I bought a Rev'It one piece hi-viz rain shell. Its really small and goes right over your mesh gear so no need to bring two sets of riding gear. Buy it big.
Another tip for hot traveling is a wet vest. makes the temp. feel 20 degrees cooler.
Happy trails
Aug 21, 2015
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MICHAEL B: I probably have not had it long enough to know whether or not it will ultimately fade. Considering the quality of the jacket I highly doubt it. It is an extremely comfortable jacket for spring, summer and fall riding and it looks great on. You wont be disappointed. I highly recommend this product. Aug 21, 2015
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John D: I've had mine for nearly a year now and ridden with it in summer and winter. So far I see no sign of any fading at all. I've been very happy with this jacket. Cool in the summer and warm in the fall/winter months with the zip in liner. Aug 23, 2015
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Jakob L: I can't speak to the Icon Contra, but the Rev'it Tornado has not faded in the year I've owned it (after riding ~6K miles). Aug 22, 2015
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Timothy H: I have been wearing my tornado for two seasons and was hit fading here. Aug 20, 2015
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Christopher F: I only have the Rev'it. No issues with fading. Aug 21, 2015
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A shopper asked: What size Seesoft back protector goes with this jacket? Jan 31, 2014
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Michael S: I removed the back protector that came with the jacket and bought a separate Alpinestars back protector that straps to my body.

If you Google the Seesoft it will bring you to a page that has a link from Revzilla to a "fitment" page for that protector. Here is the link:

The Tornado HV jacket is listed as number FJT129 on the left. It appears that you need size: 106 for the Seesoft but you would be a better judge than I.
Hope this helps.
Feb 3, 2014
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William P: Thanks for the link, Michael. Unfortunately, I'm still confused. I have a size 56 Tornado HV, purchased last year. If I understand the chart, it says that I need a type KN in size 65. The Revzilla page for Seesoft -- -- lists KN sizes 03-16, all "unavailable," and sizes 105 and 106. I must not be reading something correctly in that chart... Feb 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hello - I am 6'3", 185 pounds, about a 40/41 inch chest; waist is 32 around hips, 34 around belly button. I am trying to determine what size jacket to get...question really is if 52 would have long enough sleeves for my arms, or if I need to go 54. Would like to be less baggy as possible. Thanks. May 19, 2012
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RevZilla: The 54 will definitely be too baggy for your frame. The size 50 sounds like the best fit to your chest and waist, but we think the 52 will split the difference best considering your arm lenth. May 22, 2012
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PabloHoney: 54 would be way too big for you. I am 6'2", 215lbs and the 54 is good in the chest and arms but too big at the waist. At 185 you would definitely need the 52 and maybe even the 50.
May 21, 2012
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A shopper asked: I'm 6'0, 210, 40.5" chest, 38" waist (around belly button). Given what the video says about the relative roominess of the Tornado, would a 52 or 54 be better? Thank you! Apr 18, 2012
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RevZilla: Based on your measurements we would recommend the size 54. Especially if you plan on wearing any extra layers underneath. Apr 27, 2012
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JackB: I would think you will want the 54. I'm 5'9", 40 chest and 32" waist. My size 50 fits snugly, but I like it that way. May 31, 2012
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A shopper asked: I am looking to replace my Turbine jacket with the Tornado. With the Turbine, the size 52 was too big for me, and the size 50 was a pretty good fit, but maybe just a little snug.

The video review of the Tornado says it runs roomier than other Rev'it jackets. So I'm wondering if the Tornado size 50 will be too big for me and I should go with the size 48... or, will it be just a little bigger than a Turbine size 50, giving me a perfect fit? Thanks.
Apr 11, 2012
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Ray M: GeeBee, I was wondering about sizing too. I did the personal measure, and ordered the 50, but then decided to talk directly to the Revzilla guys. The Revzilla guys told me the jacket runs in "normal" American style sizing to fit "our" bodies (whatever that means). For reference...I'm 5'7" and 160 lbs with an athletic build. The 52 ends up fitting me's just the right height at the waist, sleeves aren't too long, and it's not snug at all..feels very natural. With the wind/waterproof liner in, it's slightly more bulky, but not so tight as to not being able to move. Recommend that you re-take your measurements, and then talk to the Revzilla guys...they were great, and helped me select 52, which ended up being perfect. Happy riding! Ray Apr 12, 2012
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RevZilla: Based on the information you provided, a size 50 would be appropriate for the REV'IT Tornado jacket, but please feel free to give us a call if you would like to discuss it in further depth. Apr 12, 2012
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A shopper asked: Can you get this jacket in a size 46? Feb 5, 2012
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RevZilla: Currently the Tornado jacket is only produced from sizes 48 to a size 58. May 3, 2012
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MicDuc: On the Rev'It site the list the jacket sizes from 48-58. Apr 10, 2012
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A shopper asked: Looking at the REV'IT! Tornado HV Jacket 5' 10' tall 210 pounds 45" chest, 46" waist. Read it runs a touch large. Thinking I should get a size 54. Any thoughts? Thanks! Dec 3, 2014
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Michael P: I am 5'7" and about 160 pounds and I found that the size 50 fits fine. I have pretty broad shoulders and fit into the jacket with the lining quite well. I'm able to wear a sweatshirt underneath for the really cold rides. I would say the sizing is pretty spot on, I know that returns are pretty painless if its because of a sizing issue. Dec 3, 2014
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Gary R asked: I am interested in correct sizing I am not tall, I am 5'5" and 190 wondering if i am a 50, 52 or 54? May 23, 2014
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Dave B: I am 5' 10", and I weigh 170 with a trim build. The 52 fits me perfectly. It is a European fit, so it does not give much room around the torso and waist. It is especially snug on me when I have the liner in. If I wore a sweatshirt with the liner in, it would be uncomfortable. I have to wear a t-shirt, or something light when I have the liner in. I do get a lot of compliments on the jacket. Hope that helps. May 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a older Airforce I jacket in size 50. It fits me well at 6 ft tall 38 chest with the sleeves being a tad short. Should I stay with the 50 in the Tornado? I have long arms and broad shoulders but thin build but worried about sleeve length and shoulder girth. Thanks! Jul 6, 2012
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PacificRim: 48 IMO Oct 22, 2012
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A shopper asked: I'm 5'4" 143lbs, 38" chest and 35" waist at belly button. I always wear thin cool t-shirt if I'm wearing a jacket because its very hot here. What size do recommend? I need to get it right because returns will be very costly from here.
Which ventilated back protector will fit as the knox advance will be hot as it does not ventilate. Thanks.
May 3, 2012
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RevZilla: I would recommend a size 48 for your measurements. For an upgrade in back armor that will flow more air, I recommend the Forcefield Sport Lite Back Protector Insert in size Small. It's lightweight and will flow air. May 9, 2012
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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

Men's Tornado Jacket Sizing

REV'IT! Size Chest (in) Waist (in)
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

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
Neon Yellow/Silver / 48 815142 8700001149457 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Neon Yellow/Silver / 50 815143 8700001149464 Out of Stock
Neon Yellow/Silver / 52 815144 8700001149471 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Neon Yellow/Silver / 54 815145 8700001149488 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Neon Yellow/Silver / 56 815146 8700001149495 Out of Stock
Neon Yellow/Silver / 58 815147 8700001149501 Out of Stock