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Speed and Strength Off The Chain 2.0 Textile Jacket
The Speed and Strength Off The Chain 2.0 Jacket is an all-rounder that transcends rider types, blending casual styling with moto-centric protection that looks good and functions well no matter what you ride. A water resistant AR-600 construction keeps wind and water at bay while removable CE approved armor guards against impacts. The Off The Chain 2.0 Jacket even includes a concealed carry pocket to keep your....copy of the constitution.
Water resistant AR-600 frame
Removable vault C.E. approved shoulder and elbow protectors
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Calvin M: Like the style. Comfortable. AffordableMar 27, 2015
Cody S: Commuting jacket for Northern CaliforniaMar 24, 2015
Wayne S: I like the zip out hoodie feature in what appears to be a quality product with good protection. Bought for my son on his birthday!Mar 13, 2015
steve b: VERSATILE,THE LOOK, ALL THE REVIEWSMar 12, 2015
Will D: Because of the review done on the site.Feb 24, 2015
JOHN R: A gift for my friends son, he loved it! His first real bike Jacket with armor.Feb 24, 2015
Christopher P: Was looking for something lightweight with CE rated armorFeb 24, 2015
Patrick R: everyday use look to it jacketFeb 20, 2015
Tuan Duc P: wanted alternative choice from my harley leather jacket. plus you can start in morning with layers and the afternoon take hoodie layer off and store in bag and enjoy the rest of the day coolerFeb 15, 2015
adam i: good price plus the concealed carry pouchJan 28, 2015
Anthony t: Great jacket, the only downfall is that there isn't a strip behind the zipper. Cold air flows right through the zipper, but on warm days its not an issue. great product from speed and strength!Jan 17, 2015
Z I: black on black with a retro twist. can't go wrong!Jan 7, 2015
Chris R: Seems to have really good reviews and the presentation video was very helpful.Jan 1, 2015
Matthew M: My son rides too and he was using my old leather jacket. He saw this jacket and fell in love with the look and also having the hoodie closed the deal. Plus it matches with his vintage '88 Honda HawkDec 29, 2014
Prasa D: Looks good and has a hoody liner for colder weatherDec 4, 2014
Adam R: This will be my first motorcycle gear purchase. I wanted a "casual" looking jacket. Something that will help me feel relaxed as I putt around the neighborhood on my first motorcycle. Plus it looks awesome with that Orange/Black scheme. And the orange bits certainly will help me stand out to the cagers.Nov 26, 2014
Mark M: This Jacket is a true bargain. I have had this jacket for 3 months now, and have roughly 600 miles on it, both warm, wet, and cool weather. This jacket performs well. The removable hoodie is great, and does not get in the way or flap around like you would expect. Fit and finish are really good, and overall comfort is wonderful. The jacket looks awesome! I would absolutely buy this jacket again if needed.Oct 17, 2014
Robert K: Good reviews, liked the style and the protection it offered, as well as the price.Sep 23, 2014
Mark R: Price. Modularity. Amercian Cut.Aug 25, 2014
Joseph S: I'm a small guy. Hard to find anything that fits. Looks like this might fit the bill and suit my purpose.Jul 6, 2014
Daniel G: Casual look with some excellent features. Worn it a few times already and no one suspects it's a motorcycle jacket. Also, I appreciate the idea of a holster built into the jacket. I wish more companies would start doing this.Jul 2, 2014
Sean M: I really like the style of this jacket. My coworker had one in faded black and I like that it doesn't scream motorcycle jacket, so hopefully I can wear it at work without issue. A big plus for me is the CC holster, I don't feel comfortable carrying with a waistband (only have a couple IWB) holster when ridingJun 19, 2014
John B: I loved the features and styling of this jacket. I also think its a very versatile jacket for many riding styles and types of weather.Jun 19, 2014
reza z: awesome looking jacket with protection..Jun 13, 2014
Julius D: Style, features and price matched what I had wanted in a jacket.. plus black and orange.. GO GIANTS!Jun 3, 2014
Frank I: i wasn't sure of the proper size to order -- even after following your instructions, online -- so I contacted Speed and Strength and had a reply within 24 hours! I love companies that believe that customer service is tantamount to success! Also, this jacket looks to be a great value for the options that it contains -- including the concealed carry pocket! ;-)May 21, 2014
Jonathan G: this best met my needs as a city ride your videos have been extremely helpful and all aspects of your web sight have been pleasant and user friendly. i hope this continues, i will continue to reword your great service with my $$$ when i need things. thank youMay 17, 2014
Gregory R: I have a great leather but wanted a lighter weight jacket. The off the chain 2 had a style, features and color that caught my attention. The concealed carry pocket sealed the deal!Apr 4, 2014
T R: Full compliment of CE armor, style, integrated hoodie-- all at a decent price.Mar 31, 2014
Brandon W: Looks casual. Good price. Good pockets. I didn't wanna look like everyone else around here with the jackets with stickers/logos everywhere!Mar 1, 2014
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:So I'm really diggin the all black murdered out option on this jacket, but I need some help in which size to get. Unfortunately, im more on the smaller side standing 5'6" and 145lbs. I measure 32in (sleeve) and 35 (chest). I see the smallest size they have is 33 on the sleeve and 38-40 (chest). Anybody think the small will be alright? Or should I just keep searching for another jacket? Any advice would really help. ThanksMar 27, 2015
Kevin B:I'm 6 fwet tall and 155 lbs. I have the small and it fits snug. I wouldn't want it to be any smaller, that's for sure. You'd probably be fine with the small but hard to say for sure. It's a great jacket though. I love it!Mar 27, 2015
A shopper asked:So I'm really diggin the all black murdered out option on this jacket, but I need some help in which size to get. Unfortunately, im more on the smaller side standing 5'6" and 145lbs. I measure 32in (sleeve) and 35 (chest). I see the smallest size they have is 33 on the sleeve and 38-40 (chest). Anybody think the small will be alright? Or should I just keep searching for another jacket? Any advice or thoughts would really help, thanks.Mar 27, 2015
James P:I love this jacket, but they do run a little large. It's not really noticeable if you are layered up for cold weather riding and leave the hoodie liner in the jacket, but just the jacket is large. The main issue is the placement of the elbow protection. Since the jacket runs large, without the layers underneath, the armor doesn't cover the impact points on your arms. Sorry to turn you away from a product I've enjoyed, but I think your concerns are valid. Mar 28, 2015
Douglas P:Here's my take on sizing...I am a true medium and the Off the Chain fits me perfectly. It is definitely American Cut, meaning is has some room vs the more fitted Euro styles. With the jacket's flexibility, I am able to have it work three ways. With the hoodie and armor removed, it fits great (roomy but but not big) for everyday casual. With the armor in, it is a bit more snug and great for riding. With the armor and hoodie, it gets tight, but not too constricting. The arms have the length needed for my riding position which is a cafe bike. For a small rider, it should be flexible also. The return process with RevZilla is great, so there's not much to worry about, except possibly this eternal winter we seem stuck in.Mar 28, 2015
Phoenix S:I have the same measurements as you height and size. I purchased a medium and it fits perfect. The sweater and jacket are very casual also highly protective you will definitely get come cool compliments.Mar 27, 2015
Steven M:I'm similar in size, 6'2 195, and bought the XL. This fits me spot on, the sleeves are long enough and I have a long reach, and it is big enough to not bind up. I can wear a layer or two underneath in cold weather and it fits just right. I wouldn't want to go any smaller ...
Brian P:Get xl Im about your size 5"10 186 initially got large but was too tight for me got xl fit was great only wished they made the length a little longer overall I'm pretty satisfied with my purchase but yeah you should purchase an xl and go from there unless you like that tight fit look=) Dec 16, 2014
Brian P:Get xl Im about your size 5"10 186 initially got large but was too tight for me got xl fit was great only wished they made the length a little longer overall I'm pretty satisfied with my purchase but yeah you should purchase an xl and go from there Dec 16, 2014
Adam D:I am 6' 185 lbs and purchased a L. I wish I bought a medium instead. It was my first motorcycle jacket. Took my a while to realize it was too big. The pads don't sit exactly where they should Dec 16, 2014
Rory T:I'm 6'0" 210lbs and I got the XL. The fit is great, but I wish they had an XLT because I like a longer waist. As it is, though, the jacket gives me plenty of room to move without feeling too baggy or tight. I've used it with the hoody zipped in for 45 degree weather, and without the hoody and all the vents open for a ride across the Mojave in 110 degrees. It's a great jacket and I highly recommend it.Dec 17, 2014
Patrick M:honestly, if you remove the hoodie, it is still pretty heavy duty and hot, i personally ride more at night and towards sun down so i enjoy it. i also dont mind sweating as it is half the experience to me, but sweating is definitly something youll bendoing in 90-100 degrees mid day, perfect at night and hoodie will be great come fall and early spring
patMay 13, 2014
Steven M:Can't help too much as it is only now getting warmer. I suspect though by taking out the liner the jacket will perform well in warmer weather although there aren't a lot of vents. Sorry I can't be more specific ,, as I only have owned the jacket since last fall.May 13, 2014
Nathan C:I absolutely love this jacket, but I wouldn't recommend it for hot weather. It may be alright if your moving and getting some decent breeze, but if you get stuck in traffic, you're going to roast.
Can't recommend it enough for cooler weather though.May 13, 2014
josh a:its definitely not bad, i've been riding with this jacket for the past few months here in L.A. where its been pretty hot (70-80 degrees) and i haven't once been uncomfortable wearing it. The ventilation zippers on the jacket work great, especially when moving. but on extremely hot days (90+ degrees) i had to remove the inner hoodie to keep extra cool. very versatile jacket.May 13, 2014
Adam D:I am 6ft tall 185lbs. In suits a 44 reg. I got the large and it's a bit large if I removed the hoodie liner then the elbow pads are off a bit I had to Safety pin them in place to keep them on my elbow. I say get the medium first for fittment Aug 19, 2014
Kyle B:I'd go large. I'm 6 foot, 165lbs and the medium fits me perfect with the sweater liner in. Without it, it's a little large but I'm only about a 39 inch chest. I think the medium would be a bit small on you if I had to guess. Aug 19, 2014
Christopher M:I personally must say this isn't the best rain jacket. It will hold up just fine during a short rain shower, but if you will be riding during a constant rain shower I wouldn't recommend this jacket at all. I once rode for about 20 miles in the rain and I thought it was going to hold up, however the rained had seeped through by the time I parked by bike. I had to let my jacket air dry for a couple of days. If you know you will be riding in the rain just get a rain proof jacket.Jan 14, 2015
Charles A:It's not too bad in the rain. However, you will get rain through your jacket from the top and the sleeves. If you have the sweater liner on it will seep in even faster. If your in short bursts of rain it's not bad but if your in a rainy area for climate this jacket may not be for you. Where I live in Las Vegas.... It hardly rains and lasts for an hour tops. Jul 10, 2014
Christopher A:Thanks Charles. I'm looking at the jacket as a somewhat cool, yet rain friendly jacket. During the Houston, TX summers, we get plenty of afternoon showers, but it's still 95F+ with high humidity so I don't want to bake. How well does it vent?Jul 10, 2014
Dillon C asked:So I'm about 5'7" and only 125 pounds. (Don't laugh, I'm only in high school) and I love this style of jacket with the hoodie and all. But I'm really worried that the small is going to be too big. Anybody have any thoughts? And if you think it'll be too big, are there any other similar jackets that may be a little smaller? This is my first motorcycle jacket so I definitely need some help here.Apr 1, 2015
Noah B:I think it should fit fine. The jacket is styled to fit on the looser side. That being said, you can fasten it down pretty tight at the waist and it still looks good. I'm 6'5 175 and I have an XL. I'm a thin build 23 years old and I love the fit of this jacket. I thought it would be too baggy on me too as I'm only a 33 waist and 38 inch chest, but the fit is good. If anything you can return it if it doesn't fit. Doesn't cost anything. Apr 2, 2015
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
Spencer M:I am I self I'm 5'11 185lbs and I havea 40 inch chest and I wear a medium. With the liner it fits pretty snug but with the liner out I have plenty of room to wear anything I like underneath it even another hoodie. If you're much bigger than a 40 inch chest I would go with the large. I've worn this jacket almost everyday for the past year and a half since I got it and I haven't had any problems with it.Jun 6, 2015
Steven M:I am not familiar with the Tour Master Jacket, so can't make a direct comparison, however the Speed and Strength has served well in some pretty cold rides. The wind simply can't get through, and the liner provides a good amount of insulation. I rode for a couple of hours recently with a heated vest under the jacket, in temps below 32 F, and was quite comfortable. Perhaps someone else will comment on the other jacket to give you a comparison.Mar 24, 2015
John B:I do not own the tour master but from comparing them side by side they seem pretty equal in terms of protection. I will tell you I am very satisfied with the layout and design of my speed and strength jacket and it is plenty confortable for use on a daily basis. I think it more comes down to the styling and layout you prefer.Mar 25, 2015
Visuth W asked:Hello, I was wondering if this jacket have any Kevlar protection (Beside those removable CE protection). Since it doesn't say what specs beside the WR AR-600 Frame. And how heavy is this jacket?Jul 11, 2014
Patrick M:I dont believe the jacket has any kevlar, the ar-600 skin itself is pretty durable tho, its nothing to shake a stick at! The elbow and spine protector are pretty durable as well, providing enough protection in the vulnerable areas, and a noticeable protection at that. I cant really speak towards crash protection as i haven't been down in them, but i feel safe if i were to. the jacket and hoodie combination is a bit heavy, certainly not the heaviest tho, enough to make you warm! I've only had this jacket since the warm weather came out though so i haven't needed the hoodie just yet and without the hoodie the jackie is no heavier then a rain coat. ventilation is excellent at medium to high speeds and there is no hindered movement. all in all a great purchase on my part, definitely recommend.
i ride a '04 Honda 599 Hornet for reference.Jul 11, 2014
Thank you for the input. Will definitely get this one then! Hopefully, it will keep me warm in the Winter time. Wished SS made the jacket interchangeable with a waterproof jacket or something lol.
Scott A:The jacket does not have any Kevlar. There is CE rated padding in the back, shoulder and elbows. The jacket is pretty heavy and would be best for spring, fall, and mild winter temperatures. I love that it doesn't sacrifice style for safety. That being said, this is my go to jacket! Jul 11, 2014
Daniel C asked:I like the look of this jacket but I'm hesitant to buy it because I'm afraid it'll be too short on me. I'm 6' 3" 220 lbs and I have tried on a few other jackets by Speed and Strength and they were a little short on me. Any other tall guys rockin' this jacket? And would this jacket fit the same Speed and Strength's other jackets?Apr 20, 2014
Dmitry V:Well, i don't know about the other S'n'S jackets, cuz i never worn them. But about Off The Chain Textile Jacket i could tell you some. First of all i'm 175 lbs and 6' 1,5'' (or 80 kg and 187 cm). As you see i'm pretty thin guy for my height. I buy the MD size. It fit very well in the chest, sleeves good and the back. But i would like some more centimeters at the front, some about 2 or 3. The hoody sticking out from under outer jacket and it saves. But if there be another 2-3 centimeters it would be perfect. Over all this jacket well build for it's price, but the shoulder and elbow protectors are not so solid as on my leather AGV jacket (some sport model from 2005 year). Also this S'n'S jacket has back protector. Not bad i think. Hope it help you for your choice. Best wishes!Apr 21, 2014
Travis G:Daniel, I just bought this jacket a couple of weeks ago. I'm 6' 4" and 200lbs. I got the XL and it is a perfect size for me. I was worried when purchasing it that the sleeves would be a little short as I have the same problem. But they were a good length. It's a lot heavier than I expected, but that's the nature of the Armor I guess. But I love all the features on this jacket. Rode on a 50 degree day here in MN last week, and it was perfect for riding in that cooler temperature. Motorcycle jackets in general are made shorter tho so they don't bunch up on you when you sit down. Hope that helps!Apr 20, 2014
A shopper asked:Hello. I am 6,1' tall and 154 lb, chest w/o armored jacket 38", sleeve - 28". What size will fit to me with armored jacket? Or what other model can you recommend to me? Thank you.Mar 24, 2014
Rory T:I'm 6'1" 220lbs with a normal jacket size of 45. I typically wear XL non-armored jackets. I bought the XL Off the Chain jacket and it fits perfectly. I'd recommend buying whatever size you typically wear.Mar 24, 2014
Jonathan A:Hey, I'm same weight, but an inch shorter. I have medium with armor and it fits great, just marginally short on sleeves. but the inner liner sticks out beyond cuff to make it work. Go Medium.Mar 24, 2014
David T asked:I am 6'2" 195lbs and buy mediums or larges in most jackets. I currently own a River Road jacket in large. With the liner it fits great but without the liner it is a little baggy.
I want to buy the OTC as a 3 season and want a good fit without the hoodie in it. I think the medium would be good since it's an American fit but I'm worried sleeves and torso won't be long enough since I'm tall.
Brian P:I'm 5'10 190lbs I got xl and love its kinda loose without the Hoodie but I like it that way I got large at first but was to small for me too tight I recently went down on my bike and boy was i so glad that I was wearing that jacket that day the elbow pads and back protection helped alot!!!! Bang for your buck I would buy xl first then if it's too big then return and get large but XL should be perfect for u since your 6'2 195 Jun 4, 2015
A shopper asked:I've tried this jacket on in a store local to me, but I'm still confused on the difference between the AR-600 and AR-700 fabrics, as I'm considering this and the Stars and Stripes jacket. I've tried doing research, but I'm having trouble differentiating between the two. Can you clear up the difference for me? Thanks.Oct 5, 2014
Kevin B:I believe that the 600 and 700 would refer to the "denier" of the fabric. "Denier" is a unit used to measure the fineness of certain fabrics. One denier weighs 1 gram per 9,000 meters of yarn. In the denier system, lower numbers indicate finer fabrics, while material with higher numbers are more coarse. Within one type of fabric, a higher number also indicates a stronger and heavier material. However, the comparison is not valid among different fabrics. For example, 420-denier nylon is stronger than 600-denier polyester, as nylon is inherently a tougher fabric.Oct 19, 2014