Log In / Register
0 Checkout
REV'IT! Vapor Jacket
  • REV'IT! Vapor Jacket - Black/White
  • REV'IT! Vapor Jacket - Black/White
  • REV'IT! Vapor Jacket - Black/Red
  • REV'IT! Vapor Jacket - Black/Red
  • REV'IT! Vapor Jacket - Silver/Red
  • REV'IT! Vapor Jacket - Silver/Red

Please select a Color and Size to check availability, or to add this item to your Shopping Cart or Wish List.

Select Color:

179 78 3883

Select Size:

Size Chart

Select qty:

Please select a Color and Size to view availability.
Add to Wish List

Video Reviews (2)

REV'IT! Vapor Jacket Videos

REV'IT Vapor Jacket

The REVIT Vapor Jacket is distinguished from other all-weather sport touring jackets on the market by its unique ventilation feature that is 100 percent waterproof when zipped up, yet allows direct airflow to the body when activated. The secret lies in a special construction of the vent in the z-liner waterproof membrane, which opens up all the way through to the jacket’s outer shell. This feature transforms a regular z-liner constructed jacket into a true four-season piece. Another innovation from REV’IT!’s in-house R&D department is the new height-adjustable straps at the waist and under arms, which help ensure a perfect fit for almost every body type. The Vapor Jacket is great for all year touring as well as four-season commuting!


  • Outer shell: schoeller dobby fabric, PWR|shell dobby, PWR|shell 500D stretch, polyester dull 450D, hypalon
  • Insulation: detachable thermal liner
  • Waterproofing: hydratex | Z-liner (5000mm H2O)
  • Breathability: hydratex | Z-liner (5000g/m2/24hrs)
  • Composition:
    • outer shell: 94% polyamide, 5% polyester, 1% elastane
    • lining: 100% polyester
    • thermal liner: 100% polyester (insulation 100% polyester)
  • Protection:
  • Visibility: laminated reflection at chest and back, laminated reflective logo’s at chest, back and upper arms


  • Fit: race fit, regular
  • Adjustability: UTA | tab at cuffs, flexisnap, variable height adjustment straps at waist and under arms, adjustment tab at upper arm, adjustment drawcord at hips
  • Ventilation: VCS | aquadefence, VCS I zipper at back, chest and under arms
  • Features: prepared for Challenger Cooling vest insert, prepared for Vest Connector HV, collar hook, short and long connection zipper, stretch panels at inner sleeve and arm pit, comfort collar
  • Pockets: slit pockets, document pocket, inner pockets


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
Black/White / LG 977871 FJT1831600L In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/White / MD 977870 FJT1831600M In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/White / SM 977869 FJT1831600S In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/White / XL 977872 FJT1831600XL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/White / 2XL 977873 FJT1831600XXL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/White / 3XL 977874 FJT1831600XYL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Red / LG 977877 FJT1831200L Out of Stock
Black/Red / MD 977876 FJT1831200M Out of Stock
Black/Red / SM 977875 FJT1831200S Available: Expect 2-3 business days lead time prior to shipment
Black/Red / XL 977878 FJT1831200XL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Red / 2XL 977879 FJT1831200XXL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Red / 3XL 977880 FJT1831200XYL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Silver/Red / LG 977883 FJT1834020L In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Silver/Red / MD 977882 FJT1834020M In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Silver/Red / SM 977881 FJT1834020S Available: Expect 2-3 business days lead time prior to shipment
Silver/Red / XL 977884 FJT1834020XL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Silver/Red / 2XL 977885 FJT1834020XXL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Silver/Red / 3XL 977886 FJT1834020XYL Available: Expect 2-3 business days lead time prior to shipment


Orders $39.99 and over qualify for our fast free shipping offer. Click Here for FREE Shipping Terms and Conditions.

Please see our International Orders page for orders shipping outside the US.

We show real-time availability on this product page when you select the size/color item you want.  Most items will ship the same business day an order is placed,however if an item requires additional processing time a message will be shown indicating such.

See our full Shipping Policy for further details.


If your order arrives and it is not right, we will we'll fix it, NO NONSENSE, we promise.

Doesn't fit or just not happy with it? You can return any new, unused and unaltered item within 30 business days of delivery receipt of your item. We will issue a full refund to your original payment method.

See our full Return Policy for all of the pertinent details.

Write a Product Review for a chance to win our monthly $100 giveaways.
REV'IT! Vapor Jacket 4.7 5 22 22
A true four seasons jacket! It has pretty good reflective panels (riding buddies can keep an eye on my back), the air flow is pretty good, not stuffy in the summer temperatures (living in Texas) and I haven't had to put the vest in for warmth yet even though it's gotten down to low 50s. The zipper panels seem to be made pretty well and it's not hard to pull them with gloves on and the pockets in this thing are very nice! The only two things I have an issue with are: the velcro (seems to be fading on strength in the front, and side adjustment straps (won't keep proper length). I'm roughly 145 and 6' so it's a hard size for perfect fitment but I went with small and the arms are good, the waist line is a bit short though. November 23, 2015
6000 miles later... I bought this jacket a month before I left on a 4700 mile motorcycle trip that was going to take me from CO, through UT and NV to CA and San Francisco, up the coast to WA, across to MT, down to Yellowstone, and back to CO. I was anticipating a wide range of temps and climates, and needed one waterproof jacket to do it all. In short, this jacket did it, and kept me dry and comfy most of the time. It's a good jacket, so let me state the times where it didn't quite cut it. Once I got in a hailstorm in Yellowstone while putt putting through the park at 25mph, and I stayed...mostly dry up top. My LEFT forearm got wet. Weird. It's not as warm as I hoped. I ride until there's ice on the road, so down to the 20s. This jacket will NOT keep me warm with just the liner and a tee shirt in temps below 55. With a warm sweater on underneath, I can stay warm indefinitely down to 40. Below 40...the best I can describe is that it leaks cold air. It seems to just seep in around my torso, no matter how tight I have it zipped and velcroed up. It's also not very long - more of a medium length jacket, so you can't cinch it down around your waist to keep the air out. So that's not fun. I'm a little disappointed because I wanted it to be warmer with the liner in, but I've learned to live with wearing layers, and it's alright. I probably would buy a warmer jacket next time around, but who can tell that sort of thing before actually RIDING in 24 degrees right? You just gotta pick one and cross your fingers. That said, I was never too hot. Even in Death Valley at 110 degrees. Well...I WAS hot, but it wasn't the jacket's fault. It was actually keeping me cool by not letting too much of the blow dryer temperature air in on me. Style was sort of a thing for me...I didn't like the look of the multipurpose do-everything jackets with the big ole rabbit pouch in the back, and this is a good compromise. But as I get older and realize no one really cares what I look like, I probably would have bought a warmer jacket that looked slightly more odd, but was nicer. Eh well. Live and learn...live and learn. October 25, 2015
Purchased the jacket just before a tour through the Italian Alps! Experienced Hot and Cold weather. Our second day of riding the rain was coming down sideways in sheets of water. My jacket didn't stop me from being wet, but I wasn't soaked either.. The ventilation on hot days was pretty good, and I like that it has reflective tape. It does fit rather snugly, but I also like that. Overall, I would say it's a good jacket, but don't expect it to keep you completely waterproof when it's really coming down. September 6, 2015
Good Jacket This jacket is a good mix of sport and regular riding style. It is comfortable and a nice intermediate jacket between a shorter sports and an adventure length jacket. This jacket passes a reasonable amount of air with the vents open but if you need a "lot" of air this may not be the best option. For all around use I think it is excellent. In the Pacific Northwest we can get all kinds of weather in one day so this does a nice job of adapting to changing conditions. I am 5' 10", 170 lbs, 34" waist, 32" inseam, 43" chest and the large fits great without the liner and slightly snug with the liner. Build quality is good, I have not ridden in the rain yet so no comment on that. August 31, 2015
Perfect for Commuters Bought this jacket a few weeks ago and wanted to give it some time in the saddle before writing a review. Like my other recently purchased gear, I bought this to primarily handle 4 season commuting duties, with some weekend trips thrown in here and there. I've really enjoyed my Vapor pants so far, and have no doubts I'll continue to enjoy the jacket just as much. Size: Go up one size. I'm a relatively slender, athletic build, 5'10" and 160lbs, I wear a medium in everything...except this jacket. I had to go up to a large. Around the waist and mid section, the medium was quite snug, but fit, the arms though, no dice. I don't even have big arms, I swim, bike, and run for my workouts, and the medium was immediately uncomfortable. With the liner in, I could barely get it on in nothing more than a t-shirt and dress shirt. The large fits like I thought a medium would. I really like the sport cut of this jacket, no bunching in the front or back when sitting upright on my bike. A perfect companion for the pants. I've been stuck in traffic in 90+ degrees on my way home from work, and surprisingly wasn't unbearable. As long as you're moving, the jacket does an okay job of moving air. It's no mesh jacket, so for its intended design and with the ability to stretch it 4 seasons, I think it performs perfectly fine. Two small negatives: 1) I've discovered that the velcro tab on the wrist closure is incredibly short, and sometimes I stuggle to get it closed 100% when I have my gloves inside the sleeve. What I've been doing lately since it's been so hot is just wearing the gloves inside the jacket, and not even bothering to velcro it shut so the air moves up the sleeves. 2) If the loop that keeps the collar open comes undone while riding, it's near impossible to get it back on the hook with gloves on. I ended up going with the silver/red colorway so time will tell how the white color holds up with everyday commuting. Overall I think it would be really hard to beat this jacket in terms of bang for your buck. It checks all my boxes, and depending on your heat tolerance, can easily get the job done as the only jacket in your closet if need be. July 24, 2015
Great Jacket Comfortable when cool out in 40's to the mid 80's, fits well. I would recommend sizing up. I am 5'9" about 180 and I normally take a Large and needed to return and get an extra large. Sleeve/forearm's were very tight, even with letting out the adjustments on the Large, but the X-tra Large fits great. July 22, 2015
Best all weather jacket for the price. I needed a jacket and pants combo that would work for a 1400 mile multi state trip I go on each year. The previous year I got rained on for 4 of 5 days of the trip and was miserable in my wet jeans and Ronin Leather jacket, This year I wanted the gear that would not only keep me dry, but keep me safe, and look darn good while doing it. This jacket is it. The fit is more Euro inspired, and definitely looks sportier than any other all weather jacket out there that I've seen. With the cold weather liner in, the fit is very tight, but the jacket is also very warm. I could see it being used down into the 30 degree range easily with the included liner. Without the cold weather liner, this jacket is still fairly warm in the summer. I wore mine on my trip into the 90 degree range and wasn't too uncomfortable as long as I kept moving. The venting system works very well, but if its high humidity you wont feel it much. An advantage to this jacket though, is that due to the design of the indirect vents on the back and forearms, you can leave them open even when its raining and still stay dry. The chest vents have a water defence shield built in to help reduce the amount of water that gets in, but its not foolproof if you leave it open in a downpour. Regardless, the waterproof capabilities of this jacket are amazing and it vents very well for what it is. This jacket was battle tested on my trip around some of the best East coast roads in the country. Downpours. High heat. High humidity. 16 hour days riding. It held up to all of it. I had the Vapor pants to use with it as well, and the addition of the 8 inch and 360 degree zip system added confidence and comfort while riding long days. It also meant I had a full neck to ankle outfit that could hold up to any kind of weather I ran into. It did. I highly recommend both the jacket and the pants if you're looking to stay comfortable and protected in any kind of weather year round. July 14, 2015
Great do mostly everything jacket! I just took a road trip of over 1800 miles and was looking for all new gear for it including water resistant clothing. I had originally picked up a Klim jacket and it was awesome but unfortunately did not fit right when I was sitting on my cruiser. It bunched up too much in the front as it was a little longer than I was looking for. This jacket however is nice and short and fit perfectly when I was on the bike. There were a lot of things I liked about the jacket that made using it different than my other jacket. The main thing that you never think about is the flipover collar. That one little thing was great to use when it got warmer out and then flip back to close when it got cooler or started raining. I also liked how you could zip along the forearm two different ways. One with the wrist still closed and another with the wrist totally open. This was also great when it got warmer out and the wind would go up my arms. I also liked how you could adjust the sinching on the arms and the sides to tighten up the jacket a little. The jacket was great when I hit rain too, absolutely dry when I took it off. Couldnt have asked more in that regard. So a couple things that bugged me were also on the venting side. This jacket was worn without the liner(a little too tight), but was actually quite warm in 50 degree weather and just an under armour shirt on. However, when it got to around 80 degrees this jacket just didnt have venting in the right places. Maybe it was because of the fairing I have on my bike but the vents on the side of the stomach didnt pull any air in. I also had the back vents open the entire time and I cant tell if they actually did anything. As previously mentioned, the only way I could get any good airflow was opening up the whole front of the arm and getting air in that way. I know this isnt a summer jacket but for a mesh(type) jacket I would have expected more. I could definitely see using this jacket along a larger range of my rides but I would keep it in the 45-75 degree range mostly. Otherwise, I definitely recommend this jacket for the price. June 15, 2015
2 3 next>>
Use our Product Q&A for a chance to win our monthly $100 giveaways.

Have a functionality, fit, or otherwise product-specific question about the REV'IT! Vapor Jacket? Ask it here! If you have a customer service or shipping question, please direct it to our Customer Service department.

REV'IT! Vapor Jacket
Already Asked: 13 Questions, 52 Answers
Sort by:
RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Stevie C: My son wanted it Nov 2, 2015
Dennis F: Appeared well made and had features that I found desirable. But the final selling point was the built-in water proof liner. One less layer to be fiddled with and a most useful/important one. Oct 9, 2015
Brett H: After trying innumerable jackets, it was time to step up to a real one. This jacket is AMAZING. Aug 13, 2015
Brian W: I chose this item because i needed a jacket that was water proof, comfortable in warm and cold weather. i am very satisfied with it and have worn it in cold weather and caught in the rain and it held up perfectly. the size chart is accurate, i actually ordered one size smaller and had to send it back, learned my lesson. May 20, 2015
David R: Looking for a waterproof jacket with good venting this seemed like a good option, time will tell. Apr 27, 2015
Michael A: I purchased the Rev'it! Vapor Pant and wanted the matching jacket. In addition, I wanted the ability to ride across 3-4 seasons with the thermal and waterproof liner. My current jacket (Rev'it! Galactic) is not suitable in cold conditions. The Vapor jacket will be suitable for those cold mornings and hot afternoons with the removable thermal liner. Apr 21, 2015
Todd B: The amount of ventilation is appealing (summer) along with cold protection (winter/spring) since I live in the Rocky Mountains. Apr 9, 2015
john b: I reviewed most all of the waterproof jackets on this site. I really did not want to have a separate waterproof removable liner and so it was between the Vapor and the new Dianese Tempest. I liked the fact that the Vapor has the hook for the collar and has both side vents and vents on the arms. I wanted a lighter color jacket for summer riding and wanted it to have some style. Mar 29, 2015
Brian W: I have a perforated leather jacket only suitable for 50 deg F and warmer DRY weather. This jacket will allow me to use it throughout my riding season because it has a removable thermal liner, is waterproof, and has plenty of direct venting. Based on the Revzilla video this coat is very versatile with fit and application. Mar 8, 2015
FRANCK B: It looks exactly like what i need to get on the road everyday to go to work and come back.
My gloves are from the same brand and i love it.
Really good finitions in details and overall design looks slick.
Mar 3, 2015
Miguel D: Because it looks sexy as hell, I was curious to try the 'railing' system as I usually need a lot on cinching down due to my athletic build Feb 26, 2015
John A: Switching from leather to textile. These look good and the reviews and features are what I'm looking for. Plus I like the high next which my leather doesn't have. Jan 14, 2015
Tommy H: Like the look Jan 10, 2015
Marcus T: 4 Season capability, sporty & european cut and sizing Nov 19, 2014
Douglas M: Tied it on at AIMExpo in Orlando. Loved the fit and overall quality of the jacket. Looking forward to getting it and seeing how it performs. Oct 20, 2014
gary j: quality of jacket, CE Level protection, style. Oct 13, 2014
GUY M: Protection, style, sizing, technology, color. Sep 17, 2014
Eduardo N asked: I'm interested in getting the Vapor for four-season daily commuting and adventure touring. Is there a place to put chest protectors like the Alpinestars Bionic chest pads or something similar? Sep 24, 2014
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (2) No (0)
gary j: I looked inside my jacket and there is not any pockets to insert chest pads. Nov 10, 2014
Reply to gary Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Garry Y: For back protectors, would Forcefield fit just as well as Seesoft? Oct 4, 2014
Reply to Garry Good answer? Yes (0) No (1)
A shopper asked: What is the best/safest way to clean this jacket? Oct 9, 2015
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (1) No (0)
Duane B asked: I'm 5'10", 185 lbs, 34" waist, 42-43 jacket. Looks like I'm between the L and XL on the sizing chart. I own the Revit Neptune GTX pants in a size L and they fit perfect. Based on the sizing chart I'd probably lean toward the XL, but based on the Revit pants I have it makes me think L. Any advise? Apr 20, 2015
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Marcus T: I am 5' 11", 195 lbs and a 34" waist and muscularly built. The XL fits me perfectly, but a bit snug in the biceps and arms with the winter liner in (which, BTW is pretty amazing and good for 30 degrees or so). I am a 44 jacket size and a have a 52 dainese leather jacket if that helps. Apr 20, 2015
Reply to Marcus Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
Duane B: Thank you Marcus. That was the information I was looking for. Apr 20, 2015
Brian W: Duane B. I hope this helps. I am 6' tall, 190 lbs, 33" waist, 43-44 jacket. We are very similar in size. I have the XL and it fits well. The jacket has a number of features that will allow adjustment for waist, arms, etc. (as you probably are aware). It fits well with the liner in (no room for heavy layering) but the fit is a bit more comfortable without the liner. Overall, it is a good balance between the two configurations. I would like to share that I am very pleased with this jacket - quality, features, and fit. I suspect it will last a long time. I did purchase this coat for cooler weather and I have used it with temperature around 36degF with t-shirt and long sleeve button up shirt (of course colder with wind chill of ride) and it kept me warm. I have also used this jacket at 75degF and it was noticeably warm. Despite having the vents open it did flow the amount of air that will allow me to wear it in warm temperatures. I know your experience will depend upon your tolerance. I have a perforated leather jacket that works much better in warmer temperatures. I apologize for all the extra babble, but I would recommend an XL. Apr 21, 2015
Reply to Brian Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Pedro M: Please pardon my english it is not my first language. ..

I am 5'9'' and 74 kg (150 lbs). i am quiet a lean guy but work out at the gym 3-4 times per week. I have broad back and shoulders.

I bought the large size and it is fine if i do not use the ínner láyer which is really "baggy". I Would not buy a large if plan on wearing it on cold days. Even if i wear something more than a thin sports jersey or shirt i start feeling a little uncomfortable. .. I personally think that you Will never fit in a large if you are a bigger guy than me...

Hope it helps!!
Apr 20, 2015
Reply to Pedro Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Samuel P: The vapor jacket is a really nice fit. The only quam I have is that the bicep area is a little snug. I am not a bean pole but neither husky, I just am in shape. While wearing the jacket from the house to the bike is a bit tight, while riding it is perfect. All other aspects of this jacket are excellent. the rail system is really a great add on I just wish the buttons on the bicep area had one more room for expansion. Very comfy other than that.
Apr 21, 2015
Reply to Samuel Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Jon Paul S: I wanted to underline this: the Vapor jacket's fit seems very different from the Sand and Sand 2:

I'm 5'9", 185lbs, 34" waist, 43 jacket.. fairly fit but not over-muscled.

I tried on a Vapor XL, and was a good fit, except that the arms were much too tight for comfort on my (very average - maybe 12") biceps - even without the liner! I ended up buying a Sand 2 in Large, which fit perfectly.
Sep 14, 2015
Reply to Jon Paul Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Stefano P: I'm pretty close to your height (I'm 6'0") and your exact weight, I also wear a 34" waist in most brands. My jacket is a size large and it fits me perfectly, not too snug and allows me to be comfortable. XL would give too much slack for me and the armor would not be seated correctly on my joints. My recommendation would be to get a size Large. Apr 22, 2015
Reply to Stefano Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Eric F: I'm 5'9", 165lbs, 33" waist, with probably a little broader than average shoulders for my weight. I have a L and it fits comfortably, but definitely snug in the arms and shoulders with the winter liner (I can't wear a sweatshirt and the winter liner at the same time). I would recommend the XL for you. Apr 20, 2015
Reply to Eric Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Abhijit P: L Would be a safer bet i am about the same size and weight as you i have a M, it tends to get tight, just on the point of being uncomfortable. Apr 20, 2015
Reply to Abhijit Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
John A: I'm 5'10", 172lb, 32 waist. I have a Large REV'IT! Vapor Jacket and fits perfectly. Apr 23, 2015
Reply to John Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Ross N asked: I didn't notice any pockets other than the hand warmer's are there any other's ? Oct 6, 2015
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
William S: In addition to the two outside hand warmers, there are two interior pockets on the left. One zippered wallet size and one Velcro closure good for sunglasses case. Oct 6, 2015
Reply to William Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
Ross N: perfect than you Oct 6, 2015
Andrew R: There's the 2 hand warmers on the outside, one vertical zipped pocket just inside the main zip on the left hand side and one pouch also internal and on the left hand side that closes with a velcro tab. I think the Winter liner has its own internal pockets also, but its summer so don't have it on me right now ;) Oct 6, 2015
Reply to Andrew Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Daniel C: It has the two hand warmer pockets on the exterior, as well as a waterproof zippered pocket and a velcro tab phone pocket on the inner, left side of the jacket. The quilted inner liner also has a velcro tab phone pocket. Oct 6, 2015
Reply to Daniel Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Dennis F: As far as I know there are only 2 pockets on the exterior. There are also 2 on the left side of the interior of the jacket. One is marked by a red zipper and the other has a red pull tab with a velcro closure. Oct 9, 2015
Reply to Dennis Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Frederick J: i returned this jacket. Didn't care for the fit. Sorry
i can't be of more help.
Oct 6, 2015
Reply to Frederick Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
MIKE M: There are two small ones inside the jacket. Oct 6, 2015
Reply to MIKE Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
A shopper asked: Looking to replace my Sand 1 jacket and thinking of trying the Vapor. My large Sand 1 fits me perfect with liners out, and is snug but still comfortable with them in. I was at Revzilla not long ago and unfortunately they didnt have a Vapor to try on. I'm wondering if the Vapor fit in large is the same as the Sand 1 on large?

Anyone go from a Sand 1 to a Vapor?
Sep 21, 2015
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Jonathan W: I measured for the large, but the Vapor actually fit me better in medium....with and without the insulator. The large without the full sleeve length insulator layer fit really ...a bit too large, even with the adjusters all tightened. Oct 7, 2015
Reply to Jonathan Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Brian W: Sorry I cannot help. I do not have experience with the Sand 1 jacket. Your description of relative size between liner andno liner is my wxperience with the Vapor jacket. Sep 21, 2015
Reply to Brian Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
gary j: I own this Vapor jacket and can say that it fit me true to the size chart. I however can not comment regarding the Sand 1 sizing relative to the Revitt. Sep 21, 2015
Reply to gary Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Shea B asked: I'm a skinny guy, 5'10", 140 lbs, 37" chest, 32" waist. Based on the sizing chart, I'm right between a small and a medium. Could I get some input on which size would probably fit me better? Jul 24, 2015
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
alexander d: Fit is really subjective on clothing. I am 5.10 170 and I got a Medium. If you don't have the ability to go in and try these on, I would suggest ordering one of each(something Ive done in the past) and return the one that doesn't fit as well. They have an awesome return policy so this is a great option. Jul 24, 2015
Reply to alexander Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Frederick J: I returned mine (XL) because it was too snug. I went with a different jacket. I'm 5'10", 189Lbs. I think thay are more Eurofit, not fata-ss like us Americans. However, I think medium would be good for you. my 2 cents
Jul 24, 2015
Reply to Frederick Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Michael P: I'm 5'9" 145lbs. w/38" chest. I bought the medium. It is snug when worn with underlayers in the cold & a bit loose when worn with just a t-shirt in the heat. Overall a good fit for me. Jul 26, 2015
Reply to Michael Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Michael M asked: Was hoping someone here is approximately the same size as me and can assist on sizing. I am 5'10", 178 lbs., and wear a 42 reg jacket. Chest measures about 40 without shirt. Would appreciate opinions on what size fits best. Help? Nov 10, 2014
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
gary j: I'm 5' 9" 145 with a 37 chest. I purchased both the small and medium to do a size compare. I kept the small and it fits me correctly, and comfortably.

For you, I suggest trying the medium and large, return the one you don't like. You are 1 inch taller, and 30 pounds heavier. The weight difference may drive you to a large, but not the height.

A couple of points: I could have gone with either size, but the medium arm length was just a bit too long, and the position of the armor was not exactly where it should be. Also, the medium left more risk of armor floating during an accident because everything was looser, and with the liner removed it would have been too big overall.

Be sure to check your size when on the bike. My first reaction of the small was that it was too snug and I went back and forth comparing to the medium, but now with about 1,000 miles of riding the small is a perfect fit..

The textile jacket will soften and establish a better fit over time, but does not seem to stretch. Too long of a sleeve can create a bunching issue at your glove.
Nov 10, 2014
Reply to gary Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
Jeff B: Hi Michael,

I'm 6'0, 172 lb and wear a medium. I wear a size 42 Alpinestars and the medium has been a great fit for me. As long as your torso length is the same I think it should work out for you as well.
Nov 10, 2014
Reply to Jeff Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
Eric F: I don't know my exact sizing, but I'm 5'9" and 165 with an athletic broad shoulder build. I bought a large and it fits great. It's more snug in the shoulder area and arms than I was used to with the thermal liner in, but still very comfortable. Sleeve length is good also. Nov 12, 2014
Reply to Eric Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Ross N asked: will this jacket take the sas-tec back protector? Oct 6, 2015
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Benjamin R: No, not in my experience. When I first ordered the Vapor Jacket the Seesoft Back Protector was backordered. I tried to fit the Sas-Tec protector from my Revit Ignition jacket but the Sas-Tec is way wider than the back protector pocket in the Vapor.

I wanted to have a protector in each jacket in the case that I want to use one over the other. I would recommend getting the Seesoft protector, it's newer, and more comfortable in various temperatures than the Sas-Tec.
Oct 28, 2015
Reply to Benjamin Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Cliff B: Not sure. I have the Seesoft back protector in mine. The pocket is fairly large, but it is shaped to take the SeeSoft and it is pretty tight.
If you own the SAS I suppose you could order the jacket and try it. Worst case you are out 45 bucks for a new Seesoft pad.
In terms of the jacket, I love it. Quality is great, fit is good, air flow is good, and lots of adjustment.
Oct 28, 2015
Reply to Cliff Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Rob S asked: Looking to get the silver/red version to go along with my Vapor pants, but I'm concerned about the light color getting dirty really easily and looking grimy whereas the black colors may hide that a lot better. Can anyone with the silver/red version speak to how it's holding up in terms of appearance? I ride all year round, so the road spray in the winter months may do a real number on it. Thanks. Jun 29, 2015
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Eric F: I have a black/white Vapor jacket and also ride year round. Even though the white is on the back it still does get dirty looking pretty quickly. Since it's only a small part that's white it's not so bad, but if the majority of the jacket was the same color I'd be looking very grimy. If you ride a lot as I do, I would suggest the black unless you are willing to clean it often. Jun 29, 2015
Reply to Eric Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
Rob S: Thanks for the info, fairly certain I'll go with black/white as well, esp since I was looking to get the hi-viz vest as well. Jul 3, 2015
Robert H: I have the Black n White version and the white still appears very clean to me. Have had the jacket since last fall. Jun 29, 2015
Reply to Robert Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
A shopper asked: I currently own a Olympia AST 3/4jacket. Several riding buds wear Rev'it gear and are very happy with them.
My AST is a 3xl and pretty loose even with Gerbing Microwire underneath . I'm in my 50's, 6'2" 240lbs.
50" chest 38" waist. What size do you think in this jacket? This jacket looks like the ticket in my mind!!
Thanks in advance !! C.
Feb 10, 2015
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
John A: I would suggest that you check out the video and look at the model they are using. If your build is similar but just taller and/or shorter, then it will fit you well. If you believe that you have a muscular build, larger chest and/or arms then most, you'll find this jacket tight fitting and might be uncomfortable. They classify this jacket as a European fit and it does fit that way. I don't have that big of a chest and skinny arms and I found it snug. In case your wondering I'm 5'10", 40" chest, 32" waist, 170lb using a L jacket size. Personally it fits me like a glove, with the liner even more so, but if I had bigger arms and/or chest I could most likely find that size too tight.

Of course you can always try the jacket, and if it doesn't fit return it.
Feb 11, 2015
Reply to John Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Tommy H: This is a very nice jacket if you are slim an tall with long arms... I am 5'5" 180 lbs 15" guns on both side with 43" chest, 33" arms... The Xl fits very tight and the arms was about 1" too long... I went to 2xl and fits better but the arms is 2" longer... The sizing chart is pretty accurate... The larger the size the longer the arm and to me that is a problems.... Remember this jacket is a sport fits very tight, with long arms...Overall good quality if the jacket arms was shorter I would of kept it in a 2xl. I return the jacket and replace it with icon patrol... I love patrol jacket it since I went to a medium I get the same sport fit and the arms is short enough that I am comfortable with.. Also have 11 air vent vs 4 for the rev it...hopes this help Feb 11, 2015
Reply to Tommy Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Miguel D asked: What size would you guys recommend for a 5'8", 175lbs 109cm or 42in. chest, 26.5in. sleeve 31in waist? Jan 13, 2015
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Brian W: Miguel I see your interest in sizing. According to the size chart it appears you are in between a L and XL. I recently purchased this jacket in a size XL. I am 6' tall with a 43.5" chest and 33" waist (pant size). The jacket fits comfortably without being too loose, but is tight enough to keep the armor in place. Of course it has a little more room when the thermal lining is removed. I hesitate to make a suggestion for you however, given the return policy, ease of working with REVZILLA staff and their quick response time for returns I would recommend you order a L. I think the XL would be too large (especially if you remove the liner). You can't go wrong no matter what you decide. It is a great jacket backed by REVZILLA customer service. Worst case is you lose time it takes to ship back and forth. Jan 13, 2015
Reply to Brian Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
Robert H: I'd start with the XL. Revit is European cut and runs small. I usually wear an XL, but with this product, I got a 3XL and it fits perfectly. I am 5'11 and 240lbs Jan 13, 2015
Reply to Robert Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Garry Y asked: For back protectors, would Forcefield work just as well as Seesoft? Oct 4, 2014
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Edwerd V: I would suppose so. The forcefield pro 005 seems to have the same shape. check the size of the jacket you're purchasing just to make sure. I purchased the seesoft and I'm very happy great quality and the jacket is phenomenal as well.
Hope this helps.
Oct 4, 2014
Reply to Edwerd Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)

New for 2014, this is the REV'IT! Vapor jacket. It is a true four-season jacket. There are three colors. Really, it's positioned as a four-season jacket for sport-touring and commuting. So what it means is that it has a great mix of functionality and it's going to work well in a multitude of riding positions. But it also has a baked in HydroTex waterproof breathable liner and you have a removable thermal liner, which is nice. So pulling that thermal out, opening up your vents, six-vent configuration, you're going to get great summertime coverage. But then you lock everything down and you're going to be great riding through the winter.

I absolutely love the styling of this jacket. It comes in three colors. I will call out REV'IT, that I wish you had a hi-viz version available. But if we look at it, I see the silver version on a GS rider. I see this black version on a Ducati Multistrada rider. And then, honestly, there are a lot of guys out there that, just over that $400 mark, that want a premium commuting jacket regardless of what you're riding. You could be rocking this to work, no problem.

So, we talked about the outer shell, we talked about the configuration for seasonality. I am going to call out one thing, though. The main zips here that zip down, there are your main vents on the front. They actually have the AquaDefense system and they vent directly to the body through the HydroTex shell. So, again, that's how you get that four seasons out of it. You're getting direct body venting. You're other zips, your back zips, as well as your zips here on the arm, are actually going to vent to the liner. They're going to be a little bit different. They're going to be indirect zips. And for a zipper that large on the side that doesn't have AquaDefense, again, it would be really hard to keep you completely waterproof. That's why they made that choice.

Now, when we look at it, you're going to see a mixture of factors here and the protection level is going to be beefed up. You're using ProLife armor in the shoulders, as well as the elbows and the forearms. And, again, you can always upgrade it to the Seesoft Back Protector to take it to that next level. But, again, that's going to be a big step up over what we've seen from Knox from REV'IT.

Now, a quick note on sizing, the large is spot on within the REV'IT fitment and I'm going to call it a more of a sport cut here. I think it's a nice throwing back to the REV'IT I know and love, which does a more tailored, European fit. Do I think it's not going to fit the American market? Absolutely not. It should fit no problems as long as you're using the size chart. But it has a nice tailor to it. It has a little bit of a sport articulation, great in the upright riding position, great in the three-quarter. Again, when I say sport or sport-touring, you have a lot of options to work with.

Remember, if it's over forty bucks, we're going to ship for free. No questions asked, there. Make it easy if you're concerned about sizing. 

Now, moving back into the details of the jacket, let's start with the front and work our way down. I'm going to start with our main materials here on the outer shell. It's a Schoeller dobby shell complemented by a PWR shell dobby. The dobby is that texture, it's the style of weave. Again, it's going to have between a 450 and a 500 denier to it. And the nice part is that underneath the arm and on the sleeves you're going to see the PWR shell stretch. The PWR shell stretch, again, same denier, same abrasion resistance but allows you range of movement. Really nice touch. And you can see it adds some of these darts, some of these style lines here, this stitching. It pulls it all together.

Moving up towards the collar, you have your spring-loaded snap that's on a five-position adjuster. Here, REV'IT's been doing this for years. Really nice touch. Notice our collar has an almost fleece or a very soft-lined, taffeta-lined piece here at the Adam's apple and you can see that roll around the neck. When you get into inclement weather, when you get into the wintertime, you don't want a harder material that's going to chafe, especially if it gets wet.

Moving down: reflective Rev'It logo, reflective darting, 3M Scotchlite along the chest. We've already talked about the main vent configuration down here along the sides where that's going to give you the best chance to stay cool in the summertime. And notice you have your loops here for your REV'IT Hi-Viz connector vest. It can be sold separately. It's an integrated piece. This will also take the REV'IT Challenger Cooling Vest, which you can bake in on the inside.

Now, one of the other standout features here, and I'm sad I didn't mention it earlier. Here on the REV'IT Vapor is the rail system. Brand new for 2014, this is the first time we're seeing it. It's truly an adjustability and tailor factor here that we've typically never seen on a men's jacket from REV'IT. So what we have here is these rails. You have it on the inside. You have it on the backside. And what it's going to allow you to do, if you so choose to do it, is to really move this and tune in to where he's going to adjust down to make sure that the armor stays in place. You have it here along the forearm and you also have it here along the side running down along this rail system. And when I turn him sideways, not yet, you're going to see what I'm talking about. It's, again, part of the fine tuning of a piece of gear. If a piece of gear fits you properly, you buy two things. You buy focus because you're not going to be flopping around, you're not going to be feeling the fatigue of an ill-fitting garment, and you actually buy protection because everything stays where it's supposed to be when you go scootin' down the road.

Moving into my sleeve here, three position spring-loaded snap at the bicep that's going to allow you to adjust it. And then if I zip this bad boy back up again, these are YKK zips, premium zips. I'm going to zip it up. There you go, gotta line it up. Zip it up here. You're going to see now I have the ability to go the other direction. There's my velcro cuff. There's my gusset behind there that's gonna, again, give me that waterproofing aspect. Or just tie it all together really nicely. Set it and forget it cuff there from REV'IT.

If we look at the side, remember, ProLife shoulder armor. It's more encompassing, it's more premium armor. You can see how the accents of color work in here. Remember, there is that silver version. And as you move down you see the dobby fabric. You go here into your elbow, and then you move down into your armor, which again, is fully all-encompassing here at ProLife, all the way down the forearm. You are going to get a stretch powershell under the arms and you're also going to see again that rail system along the back that allows you to tie it in. And you can see how that's done there, again, giving you the ability to tune it to your lat, depending on how athletic of a build you are. Again, you can keep everything in the right place. And notice it turns back into dobby down here at the bottom. You see that texture show up again.

Love the back on this jacket. It has just enough sport for my taste to really add some character to it. Notice our two back exhaust vents that are indirect. And we talked about indirect venting earlier, the HydroTex liner. Remember, it's waterproof, breathable, it's a built-in liner. These vents, outside of the two VCS chest vents are going to allow air to come in. They're going to circulate around that liner and they're going to evacuate out from the back. Again, it's an evaporative cooling effect, less of a direct venting effect, but it's nice they gave you those extra vents here on the back. Reflectivity at the Engineered Skin, the ES logo. Again, that's using panels to tune these jackets into different body types. And then, again, you have your vents.

And then moving up, notice the collar here. Notice, you see that you have that roll at the top that's not going to chafe you. Now notice this is more of a hip-length jacket. It's waist to hip length. Again, a little bit better in the upright riding position, a little bit better in the three-quarter.

Notice the Rev'It logo. It's their tri-design. And you're going to have your reflectivity baked in behind it. Again, a lot of reflectivity here. And then come back to the front for me. There you go. Stop right there. And notice that collar stay, that loop-back that you have. Now, opening up the guts of the jacket, if we open it up, you're going to see velcro. You have your rain gutter construction. Remember, the waterproof breathability is baked in here, so you need to keep all of the water away from this main connection zipper. That's what your rain gutter does. Big YKK zip all the way down with a big pull on it to be found with your glove. Notice, quick and easy and, remember, that's a one-way zipper, not a two-way.

The REVIT Vapor Jacket also has a thermal liner on the inside. It's a snap. It is a zipper. It is fully quilted. There is a pocket built into it. Again, that's full sleeve, that's poly. That's going to get you into those winter riding months. And when you pull it out, you're going to see that there's a few other things going on here.

Inside of the collar, red fleece, tricot lining. It's going to be very, very comfortable against your skin. Basic mesh lining. If you're wearing it over a tee-shirt. Hot weather riding if you've pulled your liners out, you need to be able to get that air flow through. The mesh is going to do a better job of that. No clearing of throats. Come on, now. What are you doing to me today? And if we move all the way down here towards the bottom, you're going to see if I pull to cinch it up at the waist and then notice, on its own panel, allowing for some stretch, dual connection zippers, 360 degree zip here that's going to attach to the Vapor Pant. There's also an eight inch short connect zipper here, as well, from REV'IT.

You can make it more adventure when you go with that silver version. You can stay more sport and sport-touring here with the black version that's going to pick up a littles less dirt. But, again, a lot of options that'll even take that cooling vest.

Within the REV'IT line, your options, really, in a HydroTex under five hundred bucks are going to the Sand 2, which is much more hardcore adventure. Or you have something like the Outback, which is going to be a little bit more streamlined, a little bit less of an investment.