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REV'IT! Voltiac HV Jacket
  • REV'IT! Voltiac HV Jacket - Black/Neon Yellow
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REV'IT Voltiac High Vis Jacket

When riding through congested city roads make sure everyone can see you with the REVIT Voltiac HV all-weather high-visibility jacket. The Hydratex membrane makes the jacket waterproof and breathable while the detachable thermal liner adds serious warmth on cold days. In warmer weather take all the layers out of the Voltaic Jacket, open the vents and let the summer breeze keep you cool. It is fully equipped with CE armor at the elbows and shoulders to keep you safe. Don’t compromise anything and stand out in traffic with the beautiful REV'IT Voltiac!  

Protection Features:

  • Outer Shell: polyester 600D EN471, polyester 600D, wax polyester 600D, polyester rib
  • Insulation: detachable thermal liner
  • Waterproofing: hydratex | G-liner (5000mm H2O)
  • Breathability: hydratex | G-liner (5000g/m2/24hrs)
  • Composition:
    • outer shell: 100% polyester
    • lining: 100% polyamide
    • thermal liner: 100% polyester (insulation 100% polyester)
  • Protection:
    • Knox Flexiform 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 shoulders, chest, back, waist and upper arms, reflective logo at upper arms

Ergonomic Features:

  • Fit: tour fit, regular
  • Adjustability: flexisnap, adjustment strap at waist, adjustment tabs at cuffs, adjustment drawcord at hips
  • Ventilation: VCS I zippers at back and chest
  • Features: short connection zipper
  • Pockets: stash pockets, 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! Men's Textile/Mesh Jacket Sizing:

Size Chest (cm) Waist (cm)
SM 86-94 76-83
MD 95-100 84-89
LG 101-106 90-95
XL 107-112 96-102
2XL 113-118 103-110
3XL 119-124 111-117
4XL 125-130 118-123
5XL 131-138 124-129
6XL 139-146 130-135

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/Neon Yellow / LG 940486 8700001184199 Out of Stock
Black/Neon Yellow / MD 940485 8700001184182 Out of Stock
Black/Neon Yellow / SM 940484 8700001184175 Out of Stock
Black/Neon Yellow / XL 940487 8700001184205 Out of Stock
Black/Neon Yellow / 2XL 940488 8700001184212 Out of Stock
Black/Neon Yellow / 3XL 940489 8700001184229 Available: Expect 2-3 business days lead time prior to shipment
Black/Neon Yellow / 4XL 940490 8700001184236 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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REV'IT! Voltiac HV Jacket 4.4 5 11 11
Good Jacket First and foremost I love how this jacket is built. All too often jackets in this style are built to be very boxy and bulky. I like that the Voltiac fits like a regular jacket. Say what you will about Hi-Viz gear. The stuff works! Rev-It must have brought in a witch doctor when they engineered their Hydratex liner. I spent 2 hours in stop and go Chicago traffic during a downpour and my torso stayed completely dry! I also stayed dry when riding for 2 days through constant rain at highway speeds. For these experiences, I'm proud to say this is genuinely a "waterproof" jacket. I love that the front pockets are also waterproof. Where this jacket suffers is with its ventilation. Or lack thereof. When temps get above 80 you WILL sweat in this thing. However, its a fair compromise considering how it'll keep you warm and dry during adverse weather conditions. November 14, 2015
Great commute jacket. Let's face it, you're not going to impress anyone with a hi-vis jacket, it's pretty tough to make one of these look good. Rev'it did a great job on the shape/cut of the fabric, and the fit is excellent. I use this for riding around at rush hour in the distracted driving capital of California and have noticed a whole lot less close calls on the road. The jacket has a pocket for a back protector and front vents. I would like it to breath a little better, but with the liner removed, the vents open, and the velcro straps on my wrists loosened, it's pretty comfortable up to about 80 degrees. September 7, 2015
Love it. I ride mostly at night and this jacket is exactly what I had needed. Airflow could be improved. Fit true to the size chart which was xl2 for me. 6ft 235 44 1/2 chest 42 waste I've got a gut so it fits just right. With a little self control I would not complain about the almost too tight waste. Looks great feels great no idea on longevity until I put a on few more miles. September 1, 2015
Excellent 3-season jacket! I bought this jacket as a winter jacket for commuting to replace my aging 7-year old winter jacket. I wanted something warm enough for Midwestern winters, and also wanted the high-visibility color to help stand out in the sea of vehicles while commuting. The removable quilted liner is remarkably warm for its size and thickness; it's very thin, yet extremely warm. For riding in warmer weather, the liner is easily removed and the two chest vents and rear vent flow a decent amount of air. I've ridden in temps up to 80, which I would say is the upper limit for this jacket, at least as a commuter, as it gets a bit warm during stops. The only thing I would change about it is an inside pocket for a cell phone in the liner; the liner covers up the inside pocket of the shell. Overall, a very visible, well-styled, excellent-fitting jacket for Fall, winter and Spring. April 24, 2015
good jacket the jacket is great in cold weather and is comfortable. but is definitely more of a "european" cut. I find it is not long enough in the front to keep me dry in the rain. I have kind of a long torso, and I don't believe it is offered in a Tall cut. I am 6' tall, but a 30" inseam. in moderate rain, it leave my belly wet after about 20 minutes of riding. and I do wear waterproof (tourmaster) riding pants. will need to find my own solution for staying dry in the front. April 20, 2015
Do Some Sit-ups! I'm a new rider, so this is my first motorcycle specific jacket. 5'11'', 185 lbs. 40 regular jacket size, bit of a beer belly from too much well, beer. Ordered a large. With the liner in, it fits great in the arms and shoulders. Nicely snug around the middle, but the adjustment straps at the sides work well for getting a comfortable fit. Doing some extra sit-ups would help. Coldest ride so far has been a very humid 36 degrees. The kind of cold that seems to get into your bones, but I did not feel it with this jacket. Nice and toasty. Looking forward to spring to see how well it does with the liner out and how far I can push it into summer. Only wishes are that the pockets were a bit bigger or there were more of them and that it came with back armor included. January 13, 2015
Excellent fit for tall thin rider I am 6'3" 170lbs, with a 38" chest. My priorities in a jacket were FIT, and Hi-Viz, and this jacket delivers on both. For a tall thin rider like myself, it has arm and waist cinches that greatly improve how it fits. If you have an abormally long torso, this jacket (like most jackets) will probably not be long enough. Sleeve length was another big concern for me, but this jacket is PERFECT! Thermal layer is very warm, and while there are only two small intake vents, it seems to get decent airflow. I have ridden with this jacket in temperatures ranging from 90 to 30. It performs best in the 40-70 degree range. I live in Texas and expect to buy a lighter more vented jacket during our 100+ degree summers. January 12, 2015
I like it! I really like this jacket. I got it for winter weather riding which hasn't quite hit, but it's been cold enough a few days to really justify the jacket. It's a double layer and the inner could be removed. Definitely water proof and the zipper flaps prevent the wind from sneaking in. The collar is tall enough where most of the wind stays off the front of your neck while riding upright but short enough where when the weather is cold the back of your neck will feel it. Inside is soft and comfortable. The pockets outside use velcro to seal them and they actually fold over a bit so when you've put something in the pocket but don't seal it shut the item won't fall out. My only gripe is it fits "european." The body fits well, I have the velcro adjusters pulled in tight so it doesn't flap, but the arms need more room. I'm of pretty average build (I probably look more muscular than I am), but the sleeves and cuffs are sewn small. Wearing this jacket you WILL feel ripped because everywhere fits perfect except the arms. November 11, 2014
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REV'IT! Voltiac HV Jacket
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Raymond F: Wanted a hi viz jkt for spring and fall that's is well made and didn't cost an arm and a leg. Nov 30, 2015
Richard W: Needed a jacket that was warm in the cool spring and fall months. Oct 3, 2015
Kenneth N: My son has a Rev'it Jacket and he is impressed with it. I'm looking forward to trying it out Oct 2, 2015
Todd D: Style, Hi Viz, and Warmth Sep 17, 2015
David M: Having purchased a Rev'it GTR jacket last year thru Revzilla I was extremely satisfied with the jacket's quality, style and fit. There may be others just as good, but Rev'it jackets are for me! May 15, 2015
Allan G: Best value hi viz jacket May 2, 2015
G U: Great sale from Revzilla and Rev'IT couldn't pass up on this great winter commuting jacket that has been on my wish list Sep 11, 2014
N O: Because is Rev'it and HV Apr 25, 2014
A shopper asked: Is the elbow and shoulder armor removable? May 2, 2015
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Jeremiah R: Yes. They fit into little pockets in the shoulders and elbows. The openings to the pockets are secured with a small patch of Velcro, so they are very easy to open the pockets and removed the armor. May 5, 2015
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Travis W: Yes. Completely removable. I've also installed the back protector. While you can feel it back there it doesn't change the fit of the jacket at all. May 2, 2015
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John Z: These pads are not removable. Sizing also runs on the small side. Great jacket! May 3, 2015
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Patrick D: Yes they are removable. May 3, 2015
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Tucker F asked: I am looking for a 3 or 4 season (emphasis on cold weather) jacket under 300$ that is high vis and a sport touring (more sport than touring) cut. Suggestions? Sep 6, 2015
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Patrick D: I didn't like the voltaic jacket. I am a bigger guy and the voltaic is a European cut. It says it is waterproof, but does not do a good job of it. It also channels water through the inner liner which left me wet on my belly area above my riding pants. I switched to the first gear killmanjaro. The first gear jackets have the outer shell as the waterproof part I like it a lot more and it fits better. I had a tour master 4season jacket that I really liked but a seam came apart and they stopped making it. Check out the first gear stuff. Let me know if you have any other questions. Sep 6, 2015
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William N: Price and high Vis are definite with this coat. I'm 6'2" 160 lb and the coat fits very well at x-large. I've ridden in low 40's so far this season since my purchase and couldn't have been more comfortable and this is without the liner. I'm expecting 30's to 70's to be the best range. I commute daily on my Vespa and this is a great coat when my mesh coat isn't warm enough or bad weather. Sep 6, 2015
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Otis R: NIce jacket, I have ridden in 42 degree weather for short rides, a little chilly but, works great. Make sure to have a cold weather top on. Can get a little warm sitting at a stop light in 70 and above(without liner). But overall well made and fits great! I have also noticed that with it being Hi-Viz people do notice you more! Oct 2, 2015
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Alexander B asked: Would you buy the same size in this as the airwave?

Oct 13, 2014
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Shayn E: I found it a bit snug in Medium especially if wearing the liner it won't fit any other layers beyond a t-shirt or thermal. I'm 5',9" 181lbs and about average build all around so if your going to layer get a size up. Oct 14, 2014
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John I: I bought one size up so I can layer under it for winter. Nice jacket! Oct 13, 2014
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Steve M: Yes, although when wearing the liner it is a little snugger. Oct 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi, I just want to know if just by sizeing my chest it's enough to selecti my size? Tanks Oct 1, 2015
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Vincent C: The jacket is fairly adjustable through the waist and arms. I would size based on sleeve and torso length. Chest size will get you an idea if it's too small, but I'd go based on length, since that is not adjustable in any way.

FWIW, I wear a 34R suit (5'9", 145 lbs) and a small fits perfectly.
Oct 4, 2015
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Otis R: Thats basically what I did. I really like this jacket. Good for 3 seasons anyway. Can get a little hot at 70 and above. But made well and fits me great! Oct 2, 2015
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steve p asked: Does this jacket have a two-way front zipper? Dec 15, 2014
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Shayn E: Sorry it does not have a two-way zipper, that really is one downside, and I'll say that it does fit snug-Euro, if you have even the smallest of gut/belly it bugles at the front leaving you with a bit of a draft. Dec 16, 2014
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brent b: No. Dec 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is the size chart accurate for a comfortable fit? Chest size to jacket size. Or is the chart for a snug fit? Sep 8, 2014
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Locke H: I found the size chart to be accurate for a comfortable fit. Including a fit with the liner installed for colder weather riding. Sep 8, 2014
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Thomas H: Was a little snug with liner in for me so I went up a size Sep 8, 2014
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Eric W asked: are there zip together pants available for this jacket? if not can you recommend a similar jacket that does have compatible pants?
Nov 4, 2014
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Clifford W: Yes, I have Rev'it Tornado pants. I believe all REv'it pants have compatible zpper Dec 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: does this jacket have zipper for pants? are there pants made for this jacket? if not, can you recommend a similar jacket that does have compatible and or matching pants?
Nov 4, 2014
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doug k: yes the jacket has a zipper for pants and REV IT dose make pants but so far all I have found are black or white pants though. Nov 10, 2014
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Thomas M asked: How would this jacket fair in 90 degree or more Hot Southern CA weather? I just want ONE jacket that is has great protectio, Hi-Viz, waterproof, and vents well for the Summer. Does anyone have any thoughts? Sep 17, 2014
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doug k: love the jacket and it works well when your moving,that said when you come to a stop you sweat.So not so great for hot weather. Sep 18, 2014
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Thomas M: Thanks Doug. It lokks like that waterproof liner doesn't come out either. Sep 23, 2014
doug k: the liner dose come out but because the jacket is waterproof it dosent breath as well. Sep 23, 2014

The REV'IT! Voltiac HV new for 2014 is the replacement for the Energy HV. Again, similar positioning, classic three-seasoned cold weather non-removable waterproof liner, but it does have a removable thermal. This is going to be your great commuter option. Great touring. Great commuting. Comes in one color. High vis and it's EN471 rated, so it's that CE or high vis standard coming out of Europe. Remember, why is high vis important? Because that this color in this shade actually irritates the human eye and human brain and that's why you see it because you can't not see. It bothers us and by bothering us it keeps us safe.

Now, quickly note on the sizing as we look at this new scheme which is really an updated style for 2014. Peter, six foot, 195, 42 inch chest. He is wearing a size large. I consider this to be a tour fit from Rev'it. I think it has a European look to it, but in an American cut and when I say American cut, it's not sloppy, it's not boxy. It just has a little bit more room in the chest and the waist and there's a lot of adjust ability here as well.

Now remember, we do ship for free and I love to hear a gut reaction to the Voltaic HV. Click here, subscribe to us at Revzilla TV. Leave me your comments, your questions, your feedback and if you want to punch Peter, because I want to punch Peter all the time. I'm sorry, we're keeping it loose today.

Now, moving back into the Voltiac jacket, 600D polyester throughout. Again, you're coming in sub $300, so it's not going to be the super, over the top beefy stuff, but it is going to project or give you a great deal of abrasion resistance. If we look at it though, what I do like is they beefed up the reflective scheme on it; shoulders, chest, under the arms, along the sides here. Again, with that humanoid pattern we find and it's been studied (and Klim, I think, was the first guys to do this study) is that the humanoid reflective pattern if it goes down the sleeves, people will react to that faster especially at night when a bike or car lights hit it than they would if it was just a basic horizontal or vertical pattern.

Now, if we look at the Voltiac HV, I'm going to walk through some of the other nuances here. Knox CE light armor in the shoulders as well as the elbows going down the forearm. Again, more reflectivity, more reflectivity behind that leather REV'IT! logo. Turn backwards for me there Peter. More reflectivity again, in the back and you notice here across the top they change the location in this vent. This vent's going to allow the air out through the back, again, around that waterproof liner which is non-removable. Keep that in mind and this is the new configuration for the back.

Notice neoprene across the top. You're expected to get wet, to get cold in this bad boy. Nice long drop seat as well. Come back around to the front. Now, looking at some of the other features and again, I talk briefly about the waterproof liner that's not removable. Remember, it's going to be a G-liner construction which means it's a floating liner on the inside.

So, you have these two big vents here in the front of the Rev'it Voltaic and you saw the vent in the back. When they're open the air goes in, circulates around the liner. It doesn't completely come to your body, so there's no way to stretch this into the summer. You'd simply be too hot with the indirect vent scheme. Keep that into mind guys.

Also look, cargo pockets down here along the front, basic snap of the bicep and you're looking at velcro along your sleeve. So again, a basic approach to the Voltiac, but they are giving you some of the creature comforts like the five-way positioning neck adjuster here. Now, if you open it up, go ahead and open it up for me Peter. You're going to see rain gutter construction down the front. Remember that waterproof lining is baked into the outer shell and then you open it to expose the full sleeve thermal liner.

If you open that up, you're going to see what that looks like. Snap down here with the basic zipper. Not meant to be worn stand alone, but meant to really keep you warm when that temperature really drops, and if you look here along the collar, notice it is fleece lined. A lot of those creature comforts like spring loaded snaps, YKK zippers; they do make their way here into the Voltiac which in my opinion, one of my big features on this guy as an upgrade over that Energy HV is it has just a nice more clean, more refined style moving into 2014 and the added reflectivity is a nice touch as well. Go ahead and zip it back up for me.

You'll also notice there are some adjusters right here along the waist here too if you want to cinch it in. Now, if you're looking within the Revit line, remember this bad boy's an entry level tour and commuter, multi-season cold weather. If you want to stem up to something with a removable waterproof liner, it's going to give you better warm weather flexibility. The spectrum lives in the mix and from there you're off to the races. Then you're looking into the sand, you're looking into the much more aggressive textiles in the Rev'it line.