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Rukka Airway Gore-Tex Jacket

The ultimate in warm weather protection, the Rukka Airway Jacket is your "Defence and Comfort" in extreme heat conditions. Able to take on rain and heat while keeping you dry and cool, the Airway offers unparelled ventilation using Cordura AFT with AirPower Technology.  

The exterior shell provides substantial abrasion resistance, while still allowing the entire body of the jacket to function like mesh. In this manner, there are no vents on the Airway jacket as the entire jacket flows air inherently. The removable liner is made from Gore-Tex Performance Shell and is intended to also be worn as a destination liner. The main zipper on the liner uses the Gore Lockout closure to ensure a constant seal against water. Rukka's RVP Air protectors are included in the back, shoulders, and elbows. The Rukka Airway Jacket rounds out with additional features like its magnetic collar closure, soft neoprene collar, reflective detailing, as well as the two interior and two exterior pockets with generous storage capacity.

Materials:

  • Constructed from knitted Cordura AFT with AirPower Technology for riding in warm weather
  • Cordura AFT is 2-7 times more durable than nylon, polyester and cotton
  • Cordura AFT is knit in such a way that it allows airflow to keep you cool through the entirety of the jacket
  • Two-layer knitted Cordura AFT at elbows for extra strength
  • Removable 3-Layer Gore-Tex Performance Shell inner jacket with minimum weight and pack volume can be worn as a stand-alone jacket
  • Gore-Tex shell has a waterproof Gore Lockout main closure
  • Gore Lockout closure is tooth-free and ensures a constant waterproof seal
  • Liner has soft flannel backer

Protection:

  • RVP Air Backpad included
  • RVP Air Protectors at the shoulders and elbows
  • RVP Air Protectors are extremely breathable, very light weight and distribute the impact better than hard protectors
  • RVP Air Protectors meet the requirements of CE Norm prEN 1621-1 2010

Other Features:

  • Intended to be paired with the Rukka Airvision Pants
  • Soft neoprene in collar
  • Collar with magnet closure
  • Width adjustment on upper and lower arm
  • Zipper gusset adjustments in hem on both sides
  • Jacket and trousers have connecting zippers
  • Jacket has two outside pockets in front and two inside waterproof pockets - one including an integrated mobile phone holder
  • Two pockets in the inner jacket
  • Reflective details
  • 5 year warranty
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Rukka Airway Jacket 4.7 5 21 21
Great summer riding jacket, but a separate Gortex jacket inside First few rides have been very comfortable. With Gortex jacket inside, it can get a bit warm. But without, great ventilation and protection! Rode during a rain storm with Gortex jacket inside, stayed nice a dry. Will ride to Sturgis with this jacket, so that will be the true test . July 28, 2014
Comfortable, great quality, very airy I'm 6'5", 230 pounds, in good shape and fairly broad-shouldered. I went with the size 58 and it fits me perfectly. I just test-drove the jacket in 30 degree Celsius summer weather for a couple hours; it's nice and airy, the breeze flows through the Cordura material effortlessly. I thought it wouldn't, given how tough the material looks/feels compared to the usual mesh jackets, but it's really quite well-ventilated. Nice and large armor blocks at neck, forearms, shoulders, and back still let the air through. June 28, 2014
Nice Jacket, but rather bulky First off I like to say I really like this jacket. Two of the main reasons I got it was because of the gore-text liner and all of the reflectivity. It has armor in the shoulders, elbows, and back. Which is all a good thing but it does make the jacket very bulky. Now I must say that this is my first jacket so I could be that way for pretty much all jackets. Because of the bulk it makes putting on book bags or turning your head a bit harder to do. Also while I'm riding at times the back pad rises up and makes it harder for me to tip my head up. Other than that I think its a great buy. Almost forgot to mention that it is cut short so keep that in mind when your thinking about buying it. May 25, 2014
Fantastic airflow, excellent build quality I recently upgraded my gear to Rukka. I have an Airway jacket and then the Armaxion pants. I went with the Armaxion pants instead of the Airvision pants because I wanted a pair of pants that was waterproof as it's a little harder to pull over and swap a pants liner than a jacket liner. I will probably end up getting the Armaxion jacket this fall. I have the Airway jacket for summer riding. It flows an impressive amount of air, it feels like you are riding in a t-shirt. 70 or below it's a little cool for me. I'm 5'8" 185lbs, 42-43 chest, and the size 52 fit well. The 54 was close, but the arms were a little long and the elbow armor wasn't in the right place. So the 52 was a better fit. I don't think i'll be able to layer much under it. The liner is great, the lock-out zipper takes a little getting used to, but if it works, it works i guess. I like that the liner is pretty easy to remove. I usually just keep it on the bike with me so i can pull over and put it in if needed. Overall the Rukka gear is very impressive stuff, i'm glad i upgraded to it. It's far more comfortable than any other gear i've ever owned including my Aerostich. I upgraded the shoulders and elbows to D30 and found it to be more comfortable. Without the liner, i could sometimes feel the ridges of the air armor, the D30 is buttery smooth and more comfortable. Plus it's what all the new jackets/pants come with now anyways. May 12, 2014
Good quality, priced appropriately I ordered and received my new Rukka Airway jacket early in our Ontario winter so only had modest opportunity yesterday to give it a try. Despite snow on the edge of the road, sand in the corners and heaved pavement, I had to get out and didn't regret it. Although it was a sunny early spring day, the air temperature was just 4 Celsius. With only a t-shirt underneath, the GORE-TEX liner was effective at keeping the cold air out. I haven't had opportunity to test it with the liner out - I expect it will flow air well for the warmer months. The fit and finish are as expected. Quality materials. Well thought out. I haven't tested the durability or protection yet. I purchased a size 54. I'm 6'-3", 205lb. At first I thought the length at the waist was a little short but I'm generally happy with it. The strap intended to pass under the crotch is definitely too short for me. The power ranger flashy v look on the front and arms isn't really for me. In Grey, the v-profile is reduced. Apart from the reflective v, I like the look and the reflective strips provide unrivalled visibility in lights at night anyway. Revzilla processed and shipped seemingly within minutes and were helpful with some question concerning length after the purchase. The fellow from Revzilla I talked to offered to ship the next size up so I could compare but in the end I declined and kept my initial order. Definitely satisfied with the product and service from Revzilla. Great demonstration and description video's. March 31, 2014
A great jacket! Overall I am very happy with this jacket. Fit and finish are excellent. Let me see if I can brake down the pros/cons. Pros: 1) Very comfortable 2) Good construction 3) Easy to take the inner rain liner in and out 4) Breathes very well (I rode in 70 degree hot sun and was never hot) 5) Stays warm when you need it. I rode with a t-shirt in 40 degree high wind and my body stayed warm. Wearing a nice layer underneath would make this a great jacket for relatively cool weather. Cons: 1) The jacket rides a bit short on the waist. I think I might resort to zipping it to the pants, because it tends to ride up. 2) The back armor they put in this thing is a bit of a joke. For the money they should give you some decent armor, but I guess most companies don't give you anything so it is better than nothing. Overall a great jacket. Especially for a location like Colorado where the weather changes fast and frequently. I could be riding in 70 and sunny during the afternoon and hit 40 and windy by evening. I wanted a jacket that handles all these conditions well, and I found one here. February 18, 2014
great product, watch the sizing The Ruuka jacket is everything its advertised to be; Just be careful, its a snug fit, and if you're used to "mature sizing", its cozy. December 23, 2013
Great airflow = less protection. This Jacket replaced a older model Revit after having concerns of the protection that it offered. Purchased the Rukka without seeing one in person. The armor has great coverage but the material on the main body is not any more substantial than the Revit it replaced, with an exception of the elbow/forearm area. That was a letdown at 900 dollars. The bad news, my premonition was correct. Good news no major injury. I slid on my shoulder and the jacket wore completely through on the front below the armor at 35 MPH. This is the same material on the back of the jacket and in a higher speed crash this could have bad results if the back protector moves of comes out. I feel like the shoulder should have the same material as the elbows. With that change would be better IMO. Otherwise the fit and finish is top notch. So the choice is yours, airflow over protection. Be safe out there! December 16, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
E R: Convenience of having a jacket that performs well in summer, under the rain and in Florida "cold" weather.
Looks and protection features was the other points that help in the decision process.
Aug 30, 2014
Ian O: Jacket looks awesome...versatile - hoping it becomes my main jacket for years to come. Jul 17, 2014
DANNY B: Webbikeworld provided a very comprehensive review on this jacket. As a SOCAL resident, this jacket may provide all the protection I need for year-round driving. Since it was time to upgrade my eight year old jacket, I decided to splurge on a quality item. Jul 11, 2014
Patricio H: Warm weather jacket with very good protection and very comfortable. Jun 15, 2014
Steve F: I have had this for a year now. Great venting but with good protection. I wear the liner as a waterproof jacket. Jun 4, 2014
Eric C: Lighter weight, high quality material. Feb 13, 2014
Joseph M: I Wanted a technical jacket with protection I could invest in. Loved the technology that went into it and I haven't been disappointed. Dec 18, 2013
Joe V: Great jacket. You feel the wind coming through. Excellent for extreme heat conditions. Fit and finish are excellent. Sep 15, 2013
A shopper asked: Is it possible to tell me the weight of this jacket? Nov 15, 2013
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William S: On a very accurate digital scale: 215 - 210.1 = 4.9 pounds for size 56.

I have a 44" chest measurement and wear 35" sleeve dress shirt. The body of the jacket fits very well. The sleeves are the right length when I am reaching forward to the grips of my F6b. I live in the humid south. It is comfortable up to about 70 F in direct sunlight. On low humidity and cloudy days it is comfortable at higher temps. I am very pleased with the jacket.
Nov 16, 2013
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A S: Thanks William....is that with or without liners?
Thanks
Damian Nov 24, 2013
William S: That is without the liner which weighs very little. Nov 25, 2013
Pierre Paul B: Unfortunately, I don't have access to my jacket as it is stored outside my home for the winter. Otherwise, I would've weighted it for you. What I can tell you though, it is not lite. The jacket itself with it's solid construction and the armour it contains, cannot be compared to a mesh jacket like a First Gear for example.
In conclusion, I'm very happy I bought it, even at the price it is!
Nov 22, 2013
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Lina B: The jacket weighs about 4lbs. I have worn it everyday for about 4months with no signs of wear. I bought it as I ride in summer temps of 40+degree Celsius, 104+F. In that temp you need your skin covered or you burn! Jacket bearable at those temps. In cooler weather jacket is great to about 77degree without liner, never had liner in mine yet. Nov 15, 2013
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Nils G: The jacket is very light.
Used it in 5 to 40 degrees C and it is great.
Weak point is the zipper, be careful with it.
I strongly recommend the jacket.
Nov 15, 2013
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Eric H: It's light as jackets go, it also carries it's weight well on my shoulders. When riding it almost feels like I am not wearing a jacket. Hope this helps Nov 15, 2013
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Danny P asked: I'm thinking of getting this jacket, but was pondering upgrading the D3O upgrade. I do not have much information on what you get with D30 other than it is more flexible than RVP Air, but does not breath as well as RVP. BTW, I do not know the difference between CE Level 1 and Level 2.

What is the difference between the two?
Dec 17, 2013
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Mikhail L: Hi Danny,
I'm very happy with the jacket and don't plan on upgrading to D30.
RVP Air is totally cool and flexible.
Here is the some info on levels of protection:

European Standard EN 1621-2:2003[2] defines two levels of performance for CE approved back protectors. The test apparatus and procedure is similar to that of EN 1621-1:1997,[1] but with a different impactor and anvil configuration. The impactor is a rounded triangular faced prism, of length 160 mm, base 50 mm, height 30.8 mm and radius 12.5 mm. The anvil is a radiused cylinder, with its axis orientated to the direction of impact, of height 190 mm, diameter 100 mm and rounded end radius 150 mm. When tested to the procedure defined in the standard, the two levels of performance are:
Level 1 protectors: The average peak force recorded below the anvil in the tests shall be below 18 kN, and no single value shall exceed 24 kN.
Level 2 protectors: The average peak force recorded below the anvil in the tests shall be below 9 kN, and no single value shall exceed 12 kN.[2]

Hope this helps...
Misha
Dec 21, 2013
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Steve P: The D30 is more flexible, as you stated, but it gains further merit by the fact that it 'hardens' on impact-hence, a higher level of protection. This comes, again as you pointed out, at the loss of some air flow. To the differences between CE 1 and CE2, there is a concise wikipedia article on it that can be found by google searching "CE level 1 AND level 2." The top level answer is that the standard requires less force transference for the level 2 armor versus the level 1. Dec 17, 2013
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Eric H: I got the D30 back protector, it is much thicker then and adds some weight to the jacket, but when on the bike I don't notice it at at all. Best Summer jacket I have owned. Dec 17, 2013
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Christopher N: I replaced the pads with the D3O pads and find them much more comfortable. May 16, 2014
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Danny P asked: I notice they video says the guy has a 42 inch chest, but according to Rukka, she should be wearing a 54 (41.7-42.9) and not a 50 (38.6-39.8). Am I suppose to go by what Rukka says or do 1 measurement below what I measured to be at? I have a chest of 43, Belly 40 and Sleeve 34. Dec 17, 2013
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George L: Danny

I bought a size 52 hacker in this model....in a word it fit well, a close fit but not snug. Collar and sleeve length were perfect.....my custom shirts are usually cut to a 34.5" sleeve. My actual measurements are 40" chest and 36" waist. In street cloths, I usually wear size 42 jackets that are cut with a slim fit and "longish" arms and 34" jeans. I'm 5'11" and 175 lbs. With the size 52 Rukka jacket, I could put a bit more weight without incurring a problem.

Let me know what else I can relate about Rukka fit.
Dec 18, 2013
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Joseph M: Hi Danny, I'm a 44in chest, 34in waist - I'm supposed to be a 58 but ordered a 56 and found I have plenty of room. I had to cinch in the waist and arms for a snug fit. I wear a uniform under it and have no problems.
Your measurements should be a 56 but I'm not sure about your sleeve. I might stay with the Rukka size and if your not happy go up or down a size accordingly.
Hope this helps
Joe
Dec 18, 2013
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Mohammed M: You we'll be 52 large Dec 17, 2013
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A shopper asked: I was curious about the comfortable temp range for this jacket. Without the liner I assume it should go as warm as you can go because it replaces a mesh jacket.
But could you tell me the lowest temp that it stayed comfortable with the liner in?
I have a jacket from Rev'it that I can wear when it is cold. But I wanted something to cover temps going up from 50-60F.
Apr 29, 2013
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Chrisbcg: I've ridden with the jacket at 60mph on cool 40 degree mornings and literally didn't feel a thing under the jacket with the liner in. I would say the jacket is capable of more than I'll ever test as it could probably keep your torso warm in 25-30 degree conditions. The jacket is also entirely water proof (again I've tested it with outstanding results) so it'll keep you dry and comfy even on rainy days. I live in upstate NY and regardless of weather, once the street sweepers have cleaned up the winter roads, I'm out there and with this jacket I'm comfortable, and protected. Buy it. Apr 29, 2013
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Christopher N: I rode yesterday in 55 degrees with the liner was quite cold. I would say this is a 60-65 and up jacket. Without the liner, it's literally like wearing a tshirt. I think alot of it depends on the bike you ride and how much wind you are getting. This was on my Ducati, so i'm getting quit a bit of air. Didn't test it out on my BMW touring bike, but i'd imagine it's a bit warmer.

Dunno, I have no clue how other people are wearing it in cooler temps, i froze at 55 degrees with the liner in and a tshirt underneath.
May 16, 2014
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William S: I am comfortable at 50F with cotton tee shirt and long sleeve dress shirt with no liner in the jacket. Nov 16, 2013
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A S asked: I have a 37 inch chest, 36 inch hip and 5ft 6in 150lbs. which size would fit best? Nov 27, 2013
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minh d: you would be a small Dec 11, 2013
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Sizing Instructions

We highly recommend using a cloth tape measure to take the following measurements:

  • Chest:  Measure from under/top of armpit across 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 bellybutton).
  • Hips:  Measure the widest part of your hips below the waist, or pelvic bone to pelvic bone.
  • Outseam:  Measure from your waist, along the curve of your hip down to your heel.
  • Sleeve:  Measure the length from the back of your neck, over your shoulder and elbow, to your wrist bone.

Rukka Men's Jacket Sizing

Rukka Size Chest (cm) Waist (cm) Sleeve (cm)
44 86-89 74-77 76
46 90-93 78-81 77
48 94-97 82-85 78
50 98-101 86-89 79
52 102-105 90-93 80
54 106-109 94-97 81
56 110-113 98-102 82
58 114-117 103-107 83
60 118-121 108-112 84
62 122-123 113-117 85
64 124-129 118-122 86
66 130-133 123-127 87

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/Grey / 48 834273 75123-720-280-48 Out of Stock
Black/Grey / 50 834274 75123-720-280-50 Out of Stock
Black/Grey / 52 834275 75123-720-280-52 Out of Stock
Black/Grey / 54 834276 75123-720-280-54 Out of Stock
Black/Grey / 56 834277 75123-720-280-56 Out of Stock
Black/Grey / 58 834278 75123-720-280-58 Out of Stock
Grey / 48 900028 75123-720-288-48 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey / 50 900029 75123-720-288-50 Out of Stock
Grey / 52 900030 75123-720-288-52 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey / 54 900031 75123-720-288-54 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey / 56 900032 75123-720-288-56 Out of Stock
Grey / 58 900026 75123-720-288-58 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Red / 48 834282 75123-720-650-48 Out of Stock
Black/Red / 50 834283 75123-720-650-50 Out of Stock
Black/Red / 52 834284 75123-720-650-52 Out of Stock
Black/Red / 54 834285 75123-720-650-54 Out of Stock
Black/Red / 56 834286 75123-720-650-56 Out of Stock
Black/Red / 58 834287 75123-720-650-58 Out of Stock
Black/Yellow / 48 834291 75123-720-994-48 Out of Stock
Black/Yellow / 50 834292 75123-720-994-50 Out of Stock
Black/Yellow / 52 834293 75123-720-994-52 Out of Stock
Black/Yellow / 54 834294 75123-720-994-54 Out of Stock
Black/Yellow / 56 834295 75123-720-994-56 Out of Stock
Black/Yellow / 58 834296 75123-720-994-58 Out of Stock