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The REV'IT! Tornado Motorcycle Jacket is built to be your secret weapon against the heat of summer. The REV'IT! Tornado combines durable open mesh panels that flow air better than the competition’s, with REV’IT! styling and features. The REV'IT! Tornado Jacket is equipped with CE-approved armor, so you don’t have to sacrifice safety for comfort. And for the unexpected shower, or cooler day, a removable 2-layer inner jacket provides both waterproofing and insulation. It’s wearable separately too, for added convenience when off the bike.
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D A: Dynamite jacket in 40-108 degrees, with very good protection. I've got about 15,000 miles on it.Jun 14, 2015
Jesse K: Well ventilated jacket that offers great protection and style.Apr 7, 2015
A s: The liner is works just like a rain gear it works awesomeâ?¦ When it gets cool with a long sleeve shirt or a sweat shirt it work outstandingâ?¦..Mar 30, 2015
jonathan d: I destroyed the first one in a crash.Dec 13, 2014
Himanshu P: recommended by a friend and the product looks to be well thought outOct 11, 2014
Charles P: Excellent quality and airflow.Oct 9, 2014
Per A: Wanted a jacket with good airflow and realized having the extra liner may be a good thing come the cooler seasons. I live in Southern CA so summers are quite toasty. Received the jacket today and very satisfied with it.Aug 19, 2014
joe h:Good stitching and material, Typical REV'IT high quality product. Fit is excellent. I'm 5'7", 140 lbs., ordered jacket size 50. The liner provides comfort across a wide temperature range. I've ridden for hours with the liner in at 45 degrees F. Very good air flow with the liner out.May 10, 2015
A shopper asked:Hi there..I am following you from Greece !! My name is Steve and i have a question about sizing for the Tornado I am very athletic with 112cm chest and 90cm waist..I am between 54 for the chest and 50 for waist..What should i get ? I am wearing now a Revit Sand size Large and it fits with both liners on very tight..With the hydratex only less tight and without the liners it fits i can say regular..If i buy now a Revit Sand again i would buy it in size XLarge In the Tornado ?? An Airwave that i try from a friend fit me the XL good enough..With only a t-shirt inside
My second and last question is which Jacket from Revit to buy ? Tornado or Levante ? I want to use it from MArch to November with temps here in Greece between 10-40C !! Which jacket from these is better ?
A s:I currently own the Tornado and it is my favorite jacket. It is very comfortable from 15C and up. Depending on the type of bike you ride could be a bit chilly under 15C but the liner is quite warm. Most other jackets I find get too warm above 30C and the Tornado is excellent. Wearing a cooling vest underneath is very effective as this jacket allows incredible airflow through it! As far as size is concerned I would say a 56 would be perfect as your chest is at the upper range of that size but this Rev'It jacket fits a little a looser than the other ones and sounds like you would be wearing it most of the time without the liner. Hope this helps, Rev'It makes some of the finest clothing on the market. Cheers!Mar 11, 2014
A shopper asked:I'm trying to decide whether to get the REVIT Tornado or a leather jacket like Alpinestars Mert. I'm concerned about the durability of the textile compared to the leather in case of a crash. How does the textile in the Tornado compare (polyester 600D?) compare to leather in abrasion resistance? Also, how does the Tornado compare to the Turbine (Cordura 1000D and Superfabric)? Overall I'm just trying to get the safest jacket I can. I live in Austin TX and would like to get by with one jacket if possible for all seasons (usually it does not get below 50F).Nov 24, 2011
KenO:Without comparing the specific jackets, I can speak to the trade-offs between leather and textile in choosing cycling gear. Leather is almost always going to be more abrasion resistant if you go down on the pavement. High quality leather gear is the best possible barrier between your skin and the road. The exceptions to the general rule are thinner "style over substance" leather gear as opposed to the best textile gear with 1000 denier at contact points and other more exotic compounds, including leather, at the most likely points of contact. The downsides of leather gear boil (pun intended) down to heat retention and sensitivity to water. Even perforated leather can be pretty hot in Texas, and rain is not the friend of leather. There will be times when leather gear is just not the right choice for the conditions, and if you decide to go anyway, a decent textile suit is infinitely better than nothing. I would say that overall, a high quality textile jacket will be the most versatile seasonally, and the trade-off between protection and comfort is not too steep that you'll feel unduly exposed. Later on, you can add a good leather jacket for the many times conditions warrant it.Nov 26, 2011
Mike C:John, I'm not sure if you will see this but I am also in S. Florida and i am concerned with the same thing you mentioned. In the summer I tend to not wear a jacket because it is just too unbearable anytime you have to stop, which is quite often down here. I want protection but if I can stand the heat, I wont wear it. In the summers now I don't wear a jacket and would like to get in the habit of wearing one. Since you posted in 2012, you have had it for quite sometime. How do you feel about it now? Still recommend it or have you replaced it with something else? Thanks in advance, MikeMar 29, 2014
John J:I bought the REV'IT Tornado for my riding in the FL Keys heat. I also have a leather jacket that I some times wear on I-95 or the Turnpike, for everything else I use the Tornado. I'm not a scientist or have tested the durability in a slide down the pavement but I'm sure the leather will hold up better. I know leather thickness is a big factor but I use both, textile and leather. Some days with the humidity even the perforated leather gets to be too much. My philosophy is even if the textile isn't as crashworthy as leather I WILL wear it on hot days.Jun 18, 2012
TacoSupreme:I have the Turbine Jacket and I do not think it would be as tough as leather. However you would be very hot in the leather in Austin, TX. I would get the turbine for the better airflow, and I think the protection it provides against abrasion would still be sufficient.Mar 26, 2012
flynnski:I low-sided through gravel at 15-20mph wearing the Tornado, and it was absolutely unharmed. Not a scratch or tear on it, and the armor did its job perfectly. Would definitely recommend it.Oct 10, 2012
Greg P asked:Can the jacket liner be worn over the jacket (get caught in a down-pour and quickly throw it on over), or is it sized specifically to only fit under/inside the jacket? This option also can keep the jacket itself dry vs. ver jacket dry person.Jul 3, 2015
The liner won't fit over the jacket. I can tell you this is completely rain proof when the liner is in and this jacket allows an incredible amount of airflow when the liner is out. I am very pleased with this jacket.
Damien M asked:I recently purchased the Tornado pants. I really like the airflow they provide during the summer time, and the liner that is included is a great addition for the colder days. I would really like to know if there is another liner option for the jacket? My current summer jacket has served it's days and is due to be replaced. It was a basic Joe Rocket mesh jacket, that had a simple wind liner. This liner was great for the days where it's a little chill early am, and then the liner packs away quickly. It also provided a little extra protection when it rained in the summer. If the liner in this jacket is the same as the pants, it's too much for the summer time.
I already have a First Gear Kilimanjaro jacket for the cold days.Oct 27, 2014
Fredrick M:Damien - I'm not familiar with the pants liner but the Tornado jacket liner may be similar: its slightly insulated and is a bit more than just a wind/water barrier. It works well for me on cool mornings but definitely becomes too much/too warm once the temps rise, and I remove it, as needed. I'm not aware of other liner options for this jacket.
For the record, I have been very happy with the Tornado jacket (styling, quality, functionality, etc.) and, being in the NE US, the liner works great for me. I would recommend it to anyone. - ErickOct 27, 2014
DARREN R:The liner in the Tornado pants and jacket is great. The liner is not cheap but nice liner to walk around in. Make sure that the temperature is below 70 F before you put in the jacket.Oct 29, 2014
ToneHz:I am 6' 2 ", 40" chest, 184 lb., and I wear a 52 jacket. BTW, I have a 34" waist, and wear a 54 in the Tornado pant. I've done to 2550 miles in 9 days in the Tornado jacket and pant, riding over a mountain pass in with snow on the ground crossing the Cascades in Northern Washington, and came back through Northern California a few days later in about 104 degrees #I removed the waterproof thermal liners, of course#. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.Feb 9, 2013
imataiwanezz:You sound just a little bit bigger than me, sizing depends on the brand/jacket you want to get as well. I personally am an Icon Gear Nut lol, I'd suggest getting a medium Icon jacket - cant go wrong with the Icon Contra Jacket. I got the Contra Redeemer in a Med and it was just a tad big for me it should fit you fine. Unless you lie something super big on you but then it just makes you look fat thats why I returned it and got the small lol. I'm right at that cut off between small and medium, sounds like you are at the med/large borderline. Try an Icon jacket in med and should fit you great. If you wanted a Speed and Strength I'd go with large.
Also the Contra jackets are upgradable to the CE Striker Back Protector which I would highly recommend. Simple to slip in and super comfortable as well.Aug 17, 2012
Fredrick M:I bought the "white" version of the jacket, which has been a great addition to my warm weather gear. I have other pants, which are waterproof grey/silver, but I usually wear armored jeans with this jacket or black leather over-pants.Jan 31, 2015
A shopper asked:Anthony is hte narrator for the video to aid identifying what size Schuberth C3 helmet would be right for the buyer. In the video, Anthony is wearing a Rev'it jacket that is very simple and not flashy. Do you carry that jacket? If so, what is its name?
Chris K:We do carry this jacket! It is the REV'IT! Ranger and is a mid-layer not a riding jacket. It is designed to block the wind and keep you warm as you would wear it underneath an armored riding jacket. I've included links to the product and video below.Apr 25, 2011