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Scorpion Clutch Jacket

Focusing on the purpose driven needs of the serious sport rider, the Scorpion Clutch Jacket delivers commanding features and benefits to meet the expectations of the most demanding riders. Extreme perforation across the chest and arms allow for temperature regulation, while the1.2-1.4 Monaco top-grain leather and Sas-Tec CE armor provide extreme protection.

With the trademark Scorpion “broken in” feel, comfort is not sacrificed through the use of power stretch panels in the sleeves and underarms along with padded torso panels in the abdomen. The comfort and function continue with a neoprene collar leading back to the Powertector GP Air Hump, constructed with bioelastan antishock material for protection and aerodynamics, along with a hollow core that creates air channels for increased airflow. Addressing the needs of the street/track rider, the Clutch also incorporates NighViz accents, adjustable fitment, internal and external storage pockets and molded shoulder protectors.

The Clutch Jacket is shifting expectations of Scorpion’s premium leather jacket offering into a new gear.

Features:

  • Constructed from a combination of premium, perforated and non-perforated 1.2 to 1.4mm Monaco top-grain leather
  • Perforated leather panels in the front and rear provide flow-through ventilation
  • Scorpion molded shoulder protectors integrated in key impact areas
  • Sas-Tec CE Level 2 approved, removable armor; SC-1/05 elbows and SC-1/03 shoulders
  • Back protector compartment sized to fit optional Sas-Tec Level 2 SC-1/15 CE Back Protector (sold separately)
  • Powertector GP Air Hump, constructed with bioelastan anti-shock material for protection and aerodynamics with a hollow core that creates air channels for increased airflow
  • Padded panels in the torso
  • NightViz reflective accents for increased night time visibility
  • Accordion leather stretch panels in the elbows and sides for exceptional flexibility and fit
  • Scorpion power stretch panels in the sleeves and underarm increase flexibility and comfort
  • Removable and washable, Everheat insulated liner with KwikWick II moisture wicking and anti-microbial panels
  • Dual adjustable waist belts with TPR pulls help to fine tune the fit
  • Two internal storage pockets and two external hand warmer pockets
  • Comfortable, durable and flexible neoprene collar
  • YKK main closure zipper with Scorpion TPR pull
  • TPR main zipper pull cover with Stinger logo
  • YKK spring loaded zipper pulls on the cuffs
  • 8” and 28”, #5 nylon zippers as well as a belt loop for secure pant attachment
4.8 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.8 / 5
Features
4.5 / 5
Comfort
4.5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
4.8 / 5
Fit
Small
 
Large

Scorpion Men's Jacket Sizing

Sizing Notes!

Tall sizes are 1.5" to 2" longer in body and sleeve length.

Size Chest (in) Arm (in)
XS 34-36 31
SM 36-38 32
MD 38-40 33
LG 42-44 34
XL 44-46 35
2XL 46-48 36
3XL 48-50 37

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

How To Measure

C Chest Measure around the fullest part of your chest, under the armpits, keeping the measuring tape parallel to the ground.
A Arm (Neck to Wrist) Standing up straight with your arms at your sides, measure from the base of your neck at the center of your spine, along the top of your shoulder and down to your wrist bone, along the outside of the arm.
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
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4.8 / 5.0
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4.5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.8 / 5
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4.1 / 5
Comfort
4.8 / 5
Style
5.0 / 5
Air Flow
4.6 / 5
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5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
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5 / 5
Awesome jacket!
I'm a corn fed American male, 6'4" and 300 lbs. Most Eurpoean brands like Alpinstar, Dianese, SGV and the like don't fit. I bought an AGV perforated leather jacket but it just doesn't fit right, and being black, riding in the summer was a major pain.

Scorpion just fits. Comfortable, reliable, and bullet proof.

2 years ago I bought a BMW K1300s 30th anniversary edition. Since, I've been looking for a jacket that matched the colors, and this one is it.

Now, I can ride in 100 degree weather, in traffic, and not suffer heat stroke. Air flow is excellent, even with a laptop backpack.

Awesome product, getting the pants next...
August 2, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Scorpion clutch jacket
Great jacket. I live in Arizona...sport bike, commuter. For the cooler desert mornings, a compression base layer and the liner in the jacket are plenty to keep me warm. Haven't seen extreme hot temps yet, as I have recently moved to Arizona, but so far have rode in 98 degrees without too much discomfort. All in all, I would buy again.
April 13, 2014
Ride:
2005 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Scorpion does it again
This is gonna be short and sweet. Since I just got the Jacket and havent had the chance to ride with it ill give the quick update. First off the jacket feels awesome like the scoop and looks like vents for it lead directly to the middle and small of the back, the arms dont have anything other than the zipper, which in past experience is not a good thing but these zippers seem to have the fabric enclosed around it so maybe that will help. My only downside is the fitting which im 100% certain a personal issue, I'm 6ft 196lbs wear 36 jeans and have a 46" chest. Thejacket fits great in my stomach and chest area but loosens in the shoulders which i assume is normal but in the arms is pretty loose but as i said most likely a personal issue. All in all a great jacket. will update in a few weeks.
March 13, 2014
Ride:
2013 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
Awesome
Sizing is excellent, I usually wear a medium but they were always a bit loose so I got a small this time round and it was a perfect fit. Quality is excellent with little to none loose stitching visible unlike many others. The shear weight of the jacket alone proves that you get alot for the price.
August 18, 2014
Ride:
2014 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
1 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
Clutch Jacket does not fit with the Clutch Phantom Pants
Due to an oversight by Scorpion, the Ravin Jacket and Clutch Jacket were made BEFORE the pants. I just received word back from Scorpion about the oversight and questioned why I received 2 female zipper attachments. They explained the oversight and stated that the New Phantom Clutch Jacket would fit, and would I be interested in spending almost $200 more on a jacket just to fit the pants. Their work around was to sew the two male zipper attachments together to keep the jacket and pants together. I clicked NO as a recommendation because I didn't want further people to purchase these two products together only to not have them fit.
As far as fit goes, the jacket is great. pockets are easily accessible, zippers (on the outside# work great and slide easy. for those with thicker wrists and forearms #like mine#, expect a slight roll back on the zippers. XL fit comfortably 48in, but the L was just too tight. I can wear a heavy shirt and T underneath #for commuting purposes) and not fit too tightly across the chest. Arms are not restrictive and standing and being in full tuck are comfortable.
August 16, 2015
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Everything I Was Looking For
I am writing this review after 1500 miles of ride time with this Jacket. I ride a 2014 Ducati Panigale and the Jacket works very well with the riding position of the bike.

I was coming from a size Medium Icon Arc Suzuki jacket that I had been wearing for years. The Arc Suzuki was a hybrid jacket comprised of mostly textile with leather in the impact areas. I was looking for something similar for my next jacket. Without finding a textile that really sparked my interest I decided to go with a perforated leather. I am 5'8" tall; weigh around 150 pounds and the size Medium from Scorpion fits perfectly.

Living in Northern VT I do a majority of my riding in 60-80 degree weather. I rode primarily without the liner and found the jacket to breath exceptionally well; even on the warmer days I was very comfortable when riding (average riding speed 55-80 mph). The fit was snug and there was no flapping at higher speeds. The YKK zippers worked like a charm keeping the jacket sleeves secure all the way down to my gloves. The "sport hump" also performs very well keeping your head "locked in" to a certain point but still allowing me to look over each shoulder fairly easily. Airflow with my Scorpion EXO-700 helmet works very well. The jacket has 3 pockets, two outside and 1 inner chest pocket. All have plenty of space and are easily accessible, even with summer gloves on.

Recently I also had the "pleasure" of riding in some cold wet weather. Not having any rain gear I layered up and hoped for the best. I started the ride at 0900 and was IMMEDIATELY appreciative of the full-length liner. The temperature was about 45 degrees F and due to my "excellent" time management I was traveling at approximately 90mph to get to my destination on time. Without question my upper body (minus my hands) was the warmest part of my body (I was wearing 2 layers of long underwear beneath my kevlar jeans). A few hours into the ride the weather warmed up into the lower and mid 50's and then began to rain. I rode in moderate rain for approximately 2 hours. My hands, legs and feet were completely soaked. I was VERY impressed to see that the liner of the jacket kept out a good 90% of any rain! Everything in the pockets (even the inner chest pocket) was soaked, but that was to be expected with the perforated leather. The neoprene collar was also very comfortable, NO complaints at all.

Summary: The jacket is an excellent choice for summer riding in the Northeast (or similar climate) without the liner. The liner provides comfort down into the 40's depending on your tolerance and how you dress. I rated everything "Excellent" except the Protection & Durability, my only reason for that was the back protector. The jacket comes with a cheap foam protector and for the price I don't think some type of D30 back protection is too much to include. But that is my only complaint. Yes, it is a $500 jacket. But it was money well spent in my opinion.
September 16, 2014
Ride:
2014 Ducati 899 Panigale
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Fits great, looks even better
I am 6'3" and 180 pounds. I ordered a large and it fits me pretty well. I usually have problems with the arm length of jackets (I'm looking at you alpine star), but this jacket does the job. My only complaint is that the waist is a bit large, but i have a fairly narrow waist (size 30-32 jean) so its the price i pay for not having a gut.

long story short, BUY THIS JACKET. works wonderfully, built to last, and the looks are outstanding
September 23, 2014
Ride:
2003 Suzuki GSX-R600
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Must buy
I bought the jacket because of the cost. But for the cost you get an exceptional jacket. So Cal even in the "winter" can be warm. Jacket has great airflow, with the liner in keeps you warm on the cooler days at speed in the shadows of the canyon rides.
February 16, 2015
Ride:
2003 Ducati 999
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Awesome looking jacket, great value
I looked all over, I was going for a black/red theme and found this jacket. I was like sure... it's a sport rider jacket. It could use a couple more pockets perhaps but it's not meant solely for touring.

It's HEAVY, with all that armor in there it's got some heft to it. Not overly so, and you're sitting down on a bike so who cares right?

You can unzip this thing like crazy, take out all the armor pieces. Some of the zippers for the protective pads and spinal area are kind of small and look a little delicate but I haven't broken any yet.

Arm zippers stay zipped, pockets are average size. Just my personal feeling but with a Shoei RF-1200 helmet and crouched on a bike, turning your head can get obstructed if not used to the hump on the back. Just something I wasn't used to as I wore touring type jackets before.

Removable liner, kept me warm on a 38*F riding day with a cross wind, no complaints there.

Overall pretty awesome, I wear a Large regular winter type jacket, medium undershirt but had to get an XL in this jacket. It gives me enough room, is a good fit though.
March 4, 2016
Ride:
2015 Kawasaki Ninja 1000 ABS
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
One of the best jackets in its price range
Gonna break this down into the rating guidelines for everyone:

1.) Bang for the buck
For a $500 jacket, the features you get with it, the look, and build quality* (I'll discuss one issue later), it's hard to beat. Even more of a steal if you manage to find one on sale like I did.

2.) Style
Goes without saying, this is a mean looking jacket. Not too busy like most of the Icon designs either; reserved and mature yet aggressive.

3.) Comfort
This thing felt like I was wearing a Cadillac the first time I put it on. The thermal liner is incredibly comfortable, able to keep me warm in the 55-70 range at highway speeds with just a T-shirt on underneath. Still comfortable on warmer days without the liner in; great amount of airflow for a leather jacket. Yes, you will begin to cook in it while stopped, but that's to be expected with any jacket besides maybe mesh. The jacket pairs well with my 600RR yet is also comfortable on my VFR, despite the elbows having a bent shape for a tucked positioning.

4.) Protection and Durability*
With CE-rated armor, the speed/air hump, and extra reinforcement at points prone to crash contact, they did a good job with the design. Durability, as far as the leather goes is a non-issue, so long as you keep it properly maintained of course. However, the asterisk (*) mentioned before pertains to the liner. When you remove it you must be VERY delicate with the snap buttons, otherwise they'll break. One of mine broke within a month of owning, second time removing the liner.

Also, be leery of velcro with the inner (permanent) mesh liner; my gloves (even the Alpinestars ones with "special, non-hooking velcro") tend to tear it up and cause it to fray.

5.) Air Flow
With the liner in, you still get a decent amount of air flowing through, which can be a bother in cooler temperatures. While there is enough room for me to fit another layer in, I'd consider this jacket a 3-season one at best. Without the liner, it's great in the heat. Have yet to test if the perforations allow water to get in.

6.) Features
Apart from what was listed before, there are reflective panels to make you more visible, stretch panels and side adjustments for better fitment, and the pockets aren't handwarmers but the mesh is of good quality, and likely can function as vents as well. There's also a 360 zipper and a regular back zipper as well to accompany race pants (though, read what another viewer said about Scorpions' Clutch pants).

7.) Fit
I'm 5'7" with a 36" chest, and aside from my 30" waist this small-size jacket fit very well; not too large or too small, with enough room to add a layer in for cooler temps. The side-adjusting straps snug the fit even more.

Do I recommend this product?
Yes, though I would say dig around to find one for a lower price if you can. I got mine on sale for $350, so despite some of the issues, I can't really complain. Probably the big issue will come with trying to find race pants with matching zippers; at least they won't mate to Scorpions' pants.
May 9, 2016
Ride:
1998 Honda VFR800 Interceptor
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Love Scorpion!
Damon M on May 30, 2016
It breaths, has armor, looks very cool, summer fit
John M on May 28, 2014
Love Scorpion!
Damon M on May 30, 2016
Great design, breathable but comes with a thermal liner just in case it gets cool.
Chris H on Mar 5, 2016
It breaths, has armor, looks very cool, summer fit
John M on May 28, 2014
Great design, breathable but comes with a thermal liner just in case it gets cool.
Chris H on Mar 5, 2016
Anybody have any idea on how much this jacket breaks-in and loosens? I've tried on the Large and it fit but found it stiff when i moved my arms around and restricted my movement. The XL fit more comfortably but I'm afraid if it loosens too much than it'll be too big. Any feedback?
Patrick B on Mar 18, 2015
Has anyone tried to use a backpack with this jacket, if so does the hump interfere with it at all? Thanks in advance!
Chelsey M on Jul 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Chelsey: To answer your question – No, the hump has not interfered with the backpacks I have worn with the Clutch Phantom leather jacket. But there are a few caveats. First - I tried five bags with this jacket while sitting upright with the bike on a rear stand. Each bag had a chest strap. That was very important to me because of the width and depth of the hump. The chest strap helped to compensate for this, and gives a really confident fit. I’m not talking about snugness. But rather confidence in knowing that the hump will not cause the straps to slide while navigating tight curves. So, I packed each bag with real gear – for a real ride – with a real destination in mind. The two most considerations for me during this phase were weight and shoulder strap width. Out of the five backpacks, the three that I liked best were the Icon Squad 3.0 backpack, a High Sierra backpack, and a Bug Out backpack. Please understand that I’m not advertising ANY of these backpacks. I’m simply referencing what I actually used. Second - I rode with all three backpacks on separate occasions to various destinations/events (i.e. work, meet-ups, group rides, errands, etc…). All the bags performed well. However, the Icon Squad 3.0 backpack performed the best. It had a natural feel with the race hump. Third - What I think made the backpack and race hump work well together, was a combination of three things: My shoulder width, the width of the straps, and the width of the backpack. Although, I did detach the two ID holders from the shoulder straps because the thickness of the leather at that portion of the jacket raised the straps high enough that they interfered with my helmet during head checks. So in the end, from my experience, any backpack I wore did not hinder me while riding. And the backpack that performed the best was of mid-size, with straps of moderate width, and had a chest strap. All-in-all, you should be fine with whatever backpack you decide to wear. Hope this helps.
Would this be a decent jacket to wear even when not riding. I plan to use the jacket all year. Would it be suitible for almost every day wear or is it too bulky? Thanks!
A shopper on Oct 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Well, in my honest opinion---as far as getting off the bike when commuting to and from work, running errands that may cause you to walk around a bit, and meeting up with friends/associates – then yes, you’re ok there. It’s a GREAT Jacket for those purposes. However, as an everyday jacket to wear for pleasure and comfort, I would have to say no. The main problem lies with the race scoop. It is out of place and distracting. Imagine this: You’re wearing a nice shirt, slacks, nice shoes, and……the Scorpion Jacket at an up-scaled social event. In my opinion, it just doesn’t fit the environment by having the race scoop on it. Just my two cents.
What would be the lowest temperature you would recommend for this jacket?
Jeremy R on Jan 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Lowest temperature? Hmm. Not exactly sure how to answer that one. I'm a south Florida rider. It doesn't get colder than 40's typically and even if it does, it's for 3-4 days. A sweater or under armor what not can easily be worn inside this jacket not to mention the removable internal wind breaker. And basically on the hot side of things, if it's hot, it's hot no matter what you wear. If you're thinking to get this jacket, it's strongly recommended by me.
im 5'5 and weigh about 145, would the small be a better fit? or a medium? really appreciate it!
A shopper on Sep 23, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I won't really be able to answer your question, as I am 6'2" and weigh 220. I bought an XL and it fits perfect. I love this jacket! I would suggest just picking either the small or medium and then swapping if it doesn't fit. RevZilla will Swap for free if it doesn't fit. They really have the best deal. Hope this helps.
Hi , I'm 5'6 , about 38.2-38.5 inch chest, 147lbs , should I go with the s or m? I'm looking to also get the back protector. Thanks!
A shopper on Nov 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This jacket is very well balanced and loosens a bit after a few uses, so it gets really comfortable to wear after a while.

I'm 6.0, 200lbs with 45" chest and I wear size L. I like them tight, but without restricting movement. I also wear a pullover under it when it's cold. Those are great for summer. They let pass a lot of air through, so it's not ideal for cold days or early morning rides.
The video didn't say much about the elbow protection. I see the ratings for the elbow protection but I am not sure how well they Protect. Anthony usually mentions it in the video but he didn't say anything this time. Where does the elbow protection of this jacket rate in comparison to other similar jackets??
A shopper on Mar 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Revzilla presented an excellent break down on the Scorpion Clutch Leather Jacket, and subsequently, the Scorpion Phantom Clutch Leather Jacket. With respect to the shoulder amour, it should be noted that that the piece actually sits on the clavicle bone and extends just below the shoulder muscle. Upon wearing the jacket for the first time, you will notice the piece due to the weight of the jacket. However, it is not at all uncomfortable while riding. Like most high end quality leather jackets, the jacket molds to your frame – and so does the amour. My best reasoning for the placement for this particular shoulder protective amour is; 1) To limit swelling around the shoulder muscle upon impact and, 2) To guard against splinter fractures around the rotator cuff and the densest portion of the collarbone. I have ridden with the thermal liner both, in and out. The shoulder armor wears well and is very comfortable with both set-ups. In my humble opinion, a great deal of thought went into “how” the shoulder amour should protect you. I honestly believe that Scorpion achieved that goal. As compared with shoulder armor protection in other premium quality leather riding jackets, I would be hard pressed to rank Scorpion below number 1. I think they nailed this one for the street rider and for the occasional track enthusiast.
Does the hump restrict any movement of your helmet?
A shopper on Jun 6, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It does depend on how big your helmet is. I wear a Large HJC RPHA 10 and it touch the racehump if your jackets "rides up" a little bit while riding. I haven't investigated whether there is a jeans fastener for this jacket. If there is, I would recommend to use it because, if you are riding a sportbike, IMHO it could be a bit of a nuisance. Just one man's opinion. Real nice jacket though. Top notch quality, feel, smell. Its great.
Is the neon yellow a true yellow color or is it more of a hi-viz yellow that appears to be green? It's hard to tell from the photos. Thanks.
A shopper on Apr 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't know I got the white and red jacket, but all I can say is that I love the clutch jacket and have had a number of compliments!!
Will the zipper in this jacket work with the REV'IT GT-R pants?
Michael B on Mar 18, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I wish I could help answer but I don't know because I don't have any pants that I use to attach but it does have the zipper to attach pants - I just love the jacket - she looks good and fits great!