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Steven M: I wanted a jacket good for three seasons, this appeared to fit my criteria. I have since worn the jacket a few times and it exceeded my expectations! Highly recommend this jacket !Feb 17, 2014
Kyle B: Looked at this and the S&S Dogs of War Jacket. Liked that DOW donated to a good cause, but Liked the style of this jacket better, and the inner liner that should be warmer. Excited to get it, try it out, and see!Feb 13, 2014
Terry B: It had a built in holster. has a clean relaxed fit. and the built in hoodie for cold mornings and can pack it away when the sun comes up. oh and the CE BACK ARMOR.Feb 5, 2014
William D: The jacket is new for the year, looks GREAT, and has more than one function! Defiantly bang for buck after watching video reviews for it.Jan 29, 2014
A shopper asked:I am having a hard time deciding between this and the "Stars ans Stripes" jacket, what would you say are the differences between the two? Also I am 5'6 152ilbs and a 40in chest, should i nab a small or medium? I am not wild about something being to loose...Feb 6, 2014
Terry B:From a protection standpoint they both have Vault CE armor throughout (back, shoulder, elbows) and similar density shells. They both have microfiber in the wrist and neck, similar venting systems, belt loop attachments, reflective trim on the back, same waist adjustment, and shoulder gussets. For insulation the OTC2.0 has a removable hoodie that can be worn an its own when not on the bike but the SaS has a removable vest liner and zip off hood that cannot be used without the jacket. Onto fitment, they both have an American cut with a generous fit. but if you are worried about getting the wrong size i have had to exchange products for size with revzilla before and it's a breeze. just a quick phone call and print out a shipping label box it back up and you are done. they automatically ship out the new size when the return gets in. Last thing is style and im sure the pictures can explain those differences better than i can. Good luck and i hope this information helped.Feb 6, 2014
Charles A:Most definetly go with the small. The sleeves on this jacket are long with the hoody and the jackets are an American fit. The medium will be loose on you. Either jacket will be a great choice. Buy both!Feb 11, 2014
A shopper asked:im 6'2" 300lbs. i am really disappointed with the selection of jackets for the big guys. a real gap in the market for affordable stylish riding jackets. i wear a 3xl t-shirt will a 3xl jacket fit?Mar 6, 2014
Kyle B:I would think so. I'm 6'1" 165lbs. I usually wear a medium in shirts, and have a hard time finding riding gear with long enough sleeves. I based my sizing on usual shirt size (again, medium) and the jacket fits perfect. It seems to match the inner sweatshirt size and the jacket fits over that. Also the sizing is a little generous so that may work in your favor as well. Get the faded look. It is stylish.Mar 6, 2014
John R asked:I have some Knox Armor from another jacket (Shoulders, Elbows), 1. would that fit? and 2. What armor that you sell could be considered an Upgrade (Elbow/forearm, Back, shoulders) fro this jacket? ThanksFeb 19, 2014