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With a focus on elegant lines, premium leather and a cutting-edge aesthetic, the REVIT Roamer ladies jacket is designed for riders who are looking for a motorcycle jacket that is as stylish as it is functional. The jacket’s top-quality leather is highly abrasion resistant and won’t age or damage by wearing it. The durable construction is second to none and the fine stitching lines accentuate the female form. Equipped with a discreet reflective panel on the back, CE-approved armor at the shoulders and elbows and back protector pocket ready for an armor insert, this jacket is ready to worn in style without sacrificing safety.
Stylish and comfortable
I purchased this jacket after having returned a different brand because it didn't fit right. The Roamer jacket uses European sizes and it was a much more accurate size for me. At 5'7" and about 140 lbs, the size 40 was a perfect fit. It does not come with a back protector, but does have a removable inner liner. I have not worn it in the winter time yet, so I cannot comment on how warm it is, but the late summer and fall in Georgia have not been unbearably hot with the jacket on. I found that as long as the wrist cuffs are unbuttoned I am able to get adequate air flow into the sleeves. The style is pretty flattering and doesn't have any flashy buttons or brand names all over it. Other than the elbow protection, it's almost impossible to tell that it is anything more than a nice leather jacket.
August 17, 2015
... and this one was juuuuust right.
It took trying and returning several riding jackets to find the perfect gear for my wife. One jacket was too aggressive, one wasn't very flattering, the next wasn't comfortable.
I have to give it to her, she was right on all counts; persistence pays off.
We own several other REV'IT! products; we're both slim-to-medium build and appreciate the more Euro-type styling of their product line -- as well as quality construction and protection attributes.
She looks great in her new gear. The ONLY downside is now I'll have to reconsider getting the men's Roamer -- as I had intended to -- so we don't look so fricking "matchy-matchy" because... gross.
April 14, 2015
Fits the bustier gals!
I have a very hard time finding items that fit properly on top: I'm 5'0" with a short torso, very broad shoulders, and a 36DD/34DDD. I was so excited at how well this jacket fit! Size 40. The armor sits where it ought, the full-sleeve zip-out insulator is great for women (who tend to have colder extremities). Haven't worn it on a ride yet, but I'm itching to!!!!
February 27, 2015
I bough this jacket for my wife as her first motorcycle jacket. She is 5'4" and 120lbs with an athletic build. Using the sizing chart I was able to get the exact size she needed to be both shapely and protective. The interior has a breathable mesh with a removable liner. It stays fairly cool but she wishes it had a vent or two for summertime riding.
We give this jacket 5 stars in all categories except bang for buck and airflow. Rev'it tends to be a little pricey but the quality is definitely there. Stitching and leather quality is on point. Airflow, again, would be improved with some venting.
December 1, 2014
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A shopper asked:I'm curious about how this jacket fits different body types. For example, Alpinestars stuff is cut too short and too tight in the arm for me, but Spidi stuff is awesome - it's longer, still slim in the torso, but easier in the limbs. Since Spidi leather is hard to find in the US for women, I'm curious about Rev'It. Which company is the fit most similar to?Aug 15, 2014
Elle S:I would not say that Rev'it resembles Alpinestars in fit.
I have tried on various jackets and pants by Rev'it (Airwaves, Ignition, Gear 2, Roamer, Union) and they seem to run a half size to a size too big to me.
According to the size chart, I'm a size 34 jacket (the smallest) at 32 upper chest (not bust) and 25 waist, but I would have liked for a size 32 jacket to exist which could fit me more snugly, and slightly shorter in the arms. On the other hand, the size 34 jacket is fine to wear with thick layers, particularly a heated Gerbing jacket liner.
Similarly, although their pants say 25" waist for size 34, they were giant on me, definitely feeling like a size too large. The hips in the size chart say 35" compared to my 33.5" and they were ridiculously much too long for my 28" inseam, so it seems to me that Rev'it runs large and long. Again, here I would have liked a size 32 pants to exist.
On the other hand, my Alpinestars Vika leather pants and jacket both in size 38 are spot on in the size chart, not running larger.
Rev'it seems to fit better for taller, curvier(?) types, and does not gear towards small, short people. Alpinestars (along with Dainese) seems to work well for small, short women such as myself. I have no experience with Spidi.Sep 18, 2015
A S:My wife is 5'4" 125 lbs. 34-36 chest. She wears the size 38 which is comfortable in the torso, chest and arms. We ordered based on the measurements in the sizing chart and what the video model was wearing. I would not say it was loose...it looks good, but you may want to try a size down if you prefer a slimmer profile. We couldn't compare length to the others since we've no experience to base it on.Sep 10, 2014
Elle S:When you search for REV'IT winter weather jacket, this jacket appears in the results. However, the video says that this is a 3-season warm weather jacket. This doesn't sound like it includes winter. Also, the video mentions 'early spring' and 'deeper in the fall', which also suggests that it doesn't include summer. I am confused. Could someone please clarify?Aug 13, 2015