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Scorpion Commander 2 Jacket

Features:

  • 600 denier poly construction
  • Sas-Tec CE approved elbow and shoulder armor
  • Removable EverHeat thermal liner
  • NightViz reflective front, rear and sleeve trim
  • Rare earth magnet front closure
  • AirGuard waterproof/windproof liner
  • Waterproof zippered chest vents
  • Two-way YKK main closure zipper
  • Comfortable collar trim
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Scorpion Commander II Jacket 4.2 5 14 14
WAY too small Not sure how the other reviewers can say it fits like it was tailored. I'm 6 foot 168 pounds with long arms. I got a Large Tall and could barely get it on. Then with it on I felt like one one of those huge body builders who can't even touch his own nose. No sleeve length. No shoulder room. No way I could even get my arms to the handlebars on my BMW 1200RT or Kawasaki KLR650. November 6, 2014
Better choices out there I had high expectations of this jacket...it looks great.. but its heavy... armor is above average..but airflow is way below average.... My biggest complaint, which is a deal breaker had I known before purchase, is the fact that you CANNOT use the jacket with the insulated liner only. In other words, the waterproof inner liner must be zipped in , THEN you can zip in the insulated liner, making the jacket bulky with virtually no air flow. My g/f Scorpion jacket was designed so that you can forgo the waterproof liner and use the insulated liner on those chilly but rain free days. Off to EBAY my jacket goes... September 9, 2014
Just buy this jacket now. I'm 6'1'', 230 lbs (a bit of a gut) and somewhat long arms. The XXL fits me extremely well. I've got the Hi-vis and really like it. While I do prefer the look of the black there is no denying how far away cars see me while wearing the fluorescent jacket. It can be a bit warm on days above 90F, but honestly only bothers me a bit when stopped at a light - when moving you get decent airflow. The coldest I've taken it so far is about 40F - was very comfortable with both liners in. I haven't ridden with it in the rain but can't imagine that it wouldn't perform superbly. I really like the adjustability of the arms and the waist. The only thing I could complain about, and really only a minor complaint, is that the air vent zippers can be difficult to open and close while moving; you'll probably want to pull over to adjust them. Really very happy with the jacket - just extremely pleased. I put in a Klim D3O Viper T5 Pro Back Protector - fits well enough, maybe a bit tight in the pocket but a decent fit. October 21, 2013
Would buy again. I've owned the jacket for a few months now, bought it in late summer and have worn it to early-mid autumn; I live in northwest Oregon (helllooooooo rain). The jacket holds up fine, it essentially looks as if i just unwrapped it. As with the other reviews, the neck cuff is abrasive, and lets in a lot of air flow; this would be a great winter jacket as well if not for that (i'm going to have to find some nice scarf or face mask). The removable layers are an amazing feature, I'll use this as my 4 season jacket as the airflow is nice when the inner layers are removed. With the exception of the neck, the jacket is very comfy. The jacket is waterproof, being that i live on the coast, i encounter rainy weather often. One last note, the thing is stylish. I'm 6'3" 190 lbs, 35-37" dress shirt sleeve length, and let me tell you, it is extremely difficult to find clothes that fit well, I ordered the Large Tall, and it fit as though it was custom made. I've lost count the number of compliments that i've received. Overall, I would highly recommend this jacket. October 14, 2013
Excellent touring jacket My first real jacket (other than a summer mesh) that I purchased for all season riding. As far as fit, I'm a 6'3", 210 lbs guy and the Tall Large fit me like a glove (measure your arms). Zipping the jacket all the way down results in bunching right over the pants (I ride a standard), which is easily alleviated with unzipping a little bit from the bottom. With the winter liner in, I was unable to wear any other layers (other than a light sweat shirt). I have not yet tested it in rain, so that will have to wait. Needless to say though, I look like a human highlighter and remain toasty warm. As others have complained, the collar tends to rub a little, but it does keep a lot of the wind out. Anywho, I would definitely recommend this jacket to anyone looking for increased visibility, safety, and warmth. September 12, 2013
You will feel the weight as the miles roll on... The jacket looks really good but there are some flaws to it. I really love the way the jacket looks and purchased it based upon that aspect; however, I neglected other features when making my decision. The jacket is heavy! I mean, I cannot do a long distance ride on this jacket because I end up being spent. The weight wears me down every time. Furthermore, if you are somewhat muscular or your arms have some meat on them; then, sizing will be tricky. Again, the jacket is very stylish; however, that should not be the only thing about a product. August 18, 2013
Looks even better than the original Commander I love my Commander jacket! I have the previous version and find it to be perfect for all conditions except peak Summer (85+ degrees). Extremely warm in the winter with both liners in. Version 2 has several upgrades that I wish I had. Especially the magnetic closure. The original had an additional zip-on neck gator that reaches up to the base of your helmet (looks like you're ready for a shuttle mission), however, I only use it once or twice a year. This design is more practical. I'm 6'2" 185lbs 42 inch chest, 34/35 shirt sleeve length, and the large fits me as if it were custom tailored. Now I just need to find the perfect Summer jacket. July 20, 2013
New Purchase Rode with it for the first time today - great jacket. It was cool out, but I was comfortable. A bit stiff, but that should get better. Highly recommend! Rick May 17, 2013
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Alfred C: I got the high visibility version of this jacket, so all the drivers out there can see me. When I lived in DC, I wore a black Cortech jacket. I ended up buying a hi-viz orange vest to wear over it, and the response of drivers was night and day. People stopped pulling into my lanes. They saw the orange. And they see yellow very well, too. Ride safe. Ride defensively. And be seen, so you can ride another day. Jul 15, 2014
Bruno H: really like the hi-viz yellow May 10, 2014
seung pyo h: multi~ Feb 23, 2014
Kevin M: Processing an exchange of a Large Tall Scorpion Commander II Jacket purchased a few days ago which I received this evening. The Large Tall is too small.
Kevin
Dec 18, 2013
John G: style, 4 season functionality, and cause I wanna look good!!
this jacket keeps me warm, warm, warm in the cold weather.
Dec 14, 2013
Thomas M asked: What back protector is used for this jacket? Anthony said something about a Knox Viper II, but I can't find that. Please help.? Sep 22, 2014
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Duane F: Thomas M not sure about knox viper but I purchased the Klim D30 Viper T5 Pro back protector for this jacket and it fits perfectly. It is very light compared to a second protector I have for another jacket and is flexible. Good riding, Duane Sep 23, 2014
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Stewart W: To match the rest of the jacket (armor wise) I actually went with the SAS-TEC SC-1/12 and trimmed it down to size. It's not perfect, but it's what the Scorpion reps recommended. I've never seen a Viper II. Sep 22, 2014
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Kevin M: I just use a separate Sidi back and chest protector. Sep 23, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hello I am close to buy a Hi viz jacket and I am between two models: the Moab from Olympia or the Scorpion Commander II. I like that both of them can be able to remove the wind and thermal liner since I live in Mexico city. Here the problems are heat, wind and rain. Not really extreme cold issues.
So what will be your suggested item t buy based on quality, lightness of weigh, looks, etc???. The costof them is very similar. I ride a V-star 650 from Yamaha so more into the crusier look of jacket.
If there are more other models please mention them please. I am XL and have just a bit of belly protruding. Nothing extreme in this area! Haha.
Thank you,
Leon
Mexico city
Oct 21, 2013
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Nathan P: Personally I really prefer the look of the Scorpion. I bought one a couple months ago, and couldn't be happier with it. I've got a bit of a belly myself(I'm not 20 anymore) and it fits well. Lots of available adjustment to get a good fit.
I'm very impressed by the quality of the jacket - can't hardly praise the quality enough.
I'm in the Denver area - so a different climate. Hot dry summer, cold and dry winter. So far I've worn it in 95 down to 41 degree F. On the hotter days it was comfortable while moving - but can be a bit warm when stopped at a light. Decent amount but not a huge amount of airflow through the jacket. I've unzipped the front to get a bit more air on hot days. The magnetic closures(which I really like) do to tend to keep it closed.
It hardly rains here, so never ridden with it in the rain, but I can't imagine anything being more waterproof.
I'm riding a cruiser myself(Honda Fury), and while the Hi-vis may not be the normal leather/jeans it certainly seems to work well. Most cars seem to see and wait for me from very far away. The cut of the jacket works well with sitting upright. I really think it is a great jacket.
Oct 21, 2013
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Duane F: I purchased the scorpion but also looked at the Olympia jacket. Riding in New Hampshire I was looking for something to stop the cold winds as I will be riding as long as there is no ice or snow on the ground. I liked the cut of the Scorpion coat better and seems to be a heavier coat. In fact the coat is too heavy to ride with here in the summer months, even without the liners. I have just started to wear it this month (october) and be comfortable. It is what I wanted as I was looking for something to get me through the Fall to early Spring months. It is now in the high 50's and I have been using it only with the waterproof lining as it is still still warm for the thermal liner. That said I am happy with my choice but you may really want to look at the Moab as the coat itself looked lighter than mine and maybe more suitible for Mexico riding. For size I bought the Large, it is a bit snug with all of the liners in but would expect this. I am about 5'10" at 185 Lbs and 42 +- sport coat.

Hope this helps and GO RED SOX!!!
Oct 21, 2013
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Stewart W: So I had to look up the weather down there and assuming they're right, I'd say this jacket might actually work well (assuming you don't any of those sub 100 degree F days we get in the southern US). I personally think that this jacket is fantastic (I bought it as a 4-season catch all). I am incredibly warm blooded, so if I'm stopped for too long I start to feel hot (I usually never use the thermal liner). I'd say with the wind/water liner in, the ideal temp for me with this jacket is ~60 degrees F. Anything warmer and I have to open all of the vents up. This jacket will indeed keep you bone dry (a drenching trip taught me that), but with the excessive humidity we get around here I feel drenched just from my own body moisture. I should also note that due to it's increased protection, it is a bit on the "heavier" side (some of my smaller riding buddies commented on it, but for larger dudes it's negligible). Hope that helps. Oct 27, 2013
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Tanner G: Ever since I've bought my Commander 2, I absolutely love it! If heat is the only temperature issue you have, I wouldn't recommend it. You can remove both inner liners, and it does have plenty of ventilation, but it's more a fall winter spring jacket. If you don't wear a shirt under it you can pull it off though. But if you dead set on one of these, I can personally vouch for the Commander 2. It's an awesome jacket for the money. Oct 21, 2013
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Tanner G: Ever since I've bought my Commander 2, I absolutely love it! If heat is the only temperature issue you have, I wouldn't recommend it. You can remove both inner liners, and it does have plenty of ventilation, but it's more a fall winter spring jacket. If you don't wear a shirt under it you can pull it off though. But if you dead set on one of these, I can personally vouch for the Commander 2. It's an awesome jacket for the money. Oct 21, 2013
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A shopper asked: Which is the pants for this jacket and what is the weight of the jacket thanks? Apr 19, 2014
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Steven R: My medium jacket is around 5 pounds with the waterproof liner (the thermal liner is very thin). I agree that this is an extremely well made jacket - high quality down to the stitches, seams, vents, zippers, etc. I wore it on a 3000+ mile trip last summer (cruiser) in temps ranging from low 40s to mid-80s, and it was perfect. I wasn't aware of matching Scorpion pants, so paired the jacket with a pair of Klim gore tex pants. May 9, 2014
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David C: I paired the Commander-II jacket with the Scorpion Monroe pants. My size Large jacket weighs 5.8 pounds with both the water proof and thermal liners. I'm really happy with both the Commader-II jacket and Monroe pants. Rode them from Baltimore, MD to Branson, MO and all points in between including Deals Gap, NC. Highly recommended. Good luck! Apr 19, 2014
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Scott L: Would love to answer your question, but I have not been able to find the matching pants for the jacket either. Also, we're right in the middle of moving to a new house, and I don't have access to a scale. Jacket is heavy, but very well made, and I would absolutely buy it again. Apr 19, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can you utilize the removable liners independently from each other? Example: thermal liner without waterproof liner and waterproof liner without thermal liner? May 3, 2014
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Steven R: To an extent, yes: you can insert the waterproof liner with or without the thermal liner, but not the thermal liner without the waterproof liner.

BTW - I love this jacket. I bought it for a 3,000+ mile trip last summer (on a cruiser), where the temps ranged from high 40s to mid-80s, and it was perfect. I wore it with the waterproof liner through several downpours. I don't think I ever even used the thermal liner, which is very thin. Overall, the jacket's construction is high quality (no problems with zippers, stitches, vents, seams, etc.). I'm 5'8 with a 30" waist and broad shoulders and the medium is a perfect fit.
May 9, 2014
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ALWYN K: Yes, you can. I used the waterproof liner independently on a recent trip and it performed very well. May 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is this jacket able to upgrade the back armor to the SaS Tec armor? Feb 1, 2013
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RevZilla: The SAS-TEC Back Protector may work with the Scorpion Commander II Jacket but will likely require some trimming and may not fill the back protector pocket. The Klim D3O Viper T5 Pro Back Protector provides a better fit for the jacket and is also CE Level 2. Feb 1, 2013
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Mens Jackets

Size Sleeve (in) Chest (in)
XS 31 34-36
SM 32 36-38
MD 33 38-40
LG 34 42-44
XL 35 44-46
2XL 36 46-48
3XL 37 48-50
LG Tall 34-36 42-44
XL Tall 35-37 44-46
2XL Tall 36-38 46-48
3XL Tall 37-39 48-50

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 / LG (Tall) 840936 11403-25 Out of Stock
Black / XL (Tall) 840937 11403-26 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 2XL (Tall) 841143 11403-27 Out of Stock
Black / 3XL (Tall) 840938 11403-28 Out of Stock
Black / SM 841141 11403-3 Out of Stock
Black / MD 840939 11403-4 Out of Stock
Black / LG 840940 11403-5 Out of Stock
Black / XL 840941 11403-6 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 2XL 840942 11403-7 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 3XL 840943 11403-8 Out of Stock
Neon/Black / LG (Tall) 840944 11450-25 In Stock: Ships next business day
Neon/Black / XL (Tall) 840945 11450-26 Out of Stock
Neon/Black / 2XL (Tall) 840946 11450-27 Out of Stock
Neon/Black / 3XL (Tall) 840947 11450-28 Out of Stock
Neon/Black / SM 840948 11450-3 Out of Stock
Neon/Black / MD 840949 11450-4 Out of Stock
Neon/Black / LG 840950 11450-5 Out of Stock
Neon/Black / XL 841145 11450-6 Out of Stock
Neon/Black / 2XL 841147 11450-7 Out of Stock
Neon/Black / 3XL 840951 11450-8 Out of Stock