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Speed and Strength Stars and Stripes Jacket
  • Speed and Strength Stars and Stripes Jacket - Black
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Speed and Strength Stars and Stripes Jacket

The Speed and Strenght Stars and Stripes Jacket offers a casual appearance with hard hitting moto functionality baked in. Removable Vault CE approved shoulder, elbow and back armor is included and the the water resistant AR-700 construction ensures you stay protected from weather as well as the road. When you're off the bike the Stars and Stripes jacket blends into the crowd, making it perfect for urban commuting or for riders that prefer understated styling.


  • Water resistant AR-700 frame 
  • Removable Vault CE approved shoulder and elbow protectors 
  • Removable Vault CE approved spine protector 
  • Shoulder expansion gussets 
  • Removable insulated vest liner 
  • Detachable hood 
  • "Speed Zip" controlled ventilation 
  • "Lockdown" waist adjuster 
  • Microfiber lined collar and cuffs 
  • Belt loops for pant attachment 
  • Reflective trim
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Speed and Strength Stars and Stripes Jacket 4.6 5 28 28
Solid jacket with great style and comfort. I bought this Speed & Strength jacket when looking for a nice summer riding jacket that was stylish and offered some decent protection. Overall, the jacket is very comfortable from about 50°F up to 80°F. Above or below those temperatures you're either going to need a base layer at the low temperature or a lighter jacket on the high end. The armor seems good (haven't had to use it yet) and is positioned where I need it. Doesn't move around on me, which is nice. I'm 5'8" and 180 lbs and the large fits me great. I tried the medium as well but it was just a bit too tight. If I was around 165 lbs I might have gone for the medium. The material seems durable and you can't argue with the good looking style. Overall a nice simple and reasonably priced jacket. March 22, 2015
This Jacket is great!!! Love this jacket, It was a gift from my wife.It's a great fit. Sizing chart was spot on .This Jacket is very comfortable, breathable and the style is great. The protection is good. The only issue i had was the velcro that holds the armor in is not that great. As i attempted to open the velcro to remove one of the armor pads. the back stitching to the velcro came off .Luckily the wife can sew, problem solved But other than that it's a great jacket. I do recommend this jacket. March 3, 2015
Can't go wrong with this Jacket I love the style and look of this jacket, and it's not just my opinion, I've gotten several compliments, and envious looks since I started wearing it. I got the jacket back in January but because of the sub-tropical weather (Okinawa) 50degress and up the first thing I did was take out the thermal liner. I imagine this jacket will keep you plenty warm in 30-40 degree weather though. I just hope it's bearable come summer, but with 4 air vents, 2 in the back and 2 in the arms I have faith that will be the case, however if I still get warm, I'll open up the cuffs a bit and zip down the top. As far as the fit goes I'm 6''2' about 185 lbs, long arms and pretty skinny, I ended up going with an XL because I tend to like a looser fit and I'm pretty glad I did, arm length, chest and shoulders all fit perfectly...my only complaint...I wish the jacket was a bit longer, I don't like my shirts to hang below my jacket, but I think that might be the motorcycle jacket style. Highly recommend this jacket to anyone, especially commuters, not only because it's water resistant but also because it works perfectly with my business casual attire. As an added bonus I'm pretty proud to have the "Star's and strips" "land of the free" and "home of the brave" patches on the jacket. Gives me a subtle sense of pride in my country, and my service. Thanks for reading, Stephen February 3, 2015
S/S Jacket when i got the jacket i was very happy with it perfect fit very comfy and looked great especially on my new bike that i got the next day February 2, 2015
Perfect Jacket I chose this jacket mostly for the style. In my opinion it is hard to find riding jackets that actually look good. This jack keeps me very warm when it's cold. When you take out the liner it will also stay cool when it's hot. The protective armor is hard and sturdy but not too hard to where it's uncomfortable. Good amount of pockets, and a great material. I'm 5'7" and 170lbs and a medium fit me perfectly. December 2, 2014
Good lightweight option Like that it comes with CE back protector along with the requisite shoulder and elbow. It is a poly/canvas like material that will not provide the level of abrasion resistance that leather would, however it is very comfortable and not bulky at all. Better off to be in this than not putting on that restrictive heavy leather because it's a pain and you're "only going a few miles". Freedom and range of arm movement is outstanding. December 2, 2014
Happy with purchase The order process was simple and delivery was quick. The info provided on how to select the correct size was bang on. I was not certain though and emailed Revzilla to get their opinion and they responded really fast and they were right. Overall quality of the jacket was what I expected for this price and material. It is sturdy, good fit (especially when in riding position) and has good air flow. I am not using the removable hood or the liner vest as it is still hot out, but will follow up on this review when the colder weather hits. Can't really go wrong with this jacket at this price. I would recommend it for sure. September 4, 2014
Excellent bang for the buck!! For price, you can't beat the durability, comfort, style, and protection you get from this jacket. Open all the vents and the air flow is excellent in 90 degrees. Riding in 50 degrees is very comfortable. But for a distance ride, I would probably dress in layers around the 45-60 degrees mark. The vest will keep your core warm but the arms will probably need long sleeves. Can't complain about the armor protection for the price you pay. I am 5'9" and 230 lbs. with 46 in. chest, and a XL fits perfect. I am a new rider and would highly recommend this jacket to anyone, especially new riders. August 14, 2014
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Speed and Strength Stars and Stripes Jacket
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Aaron L: Comfortable early spring jacket to wear as soon as there is no snow on the roads. Jan 7, 2015
David I: I tried it on at a local dealer and it felt extremely comfortable. It passes off as a standard street jacket as well. Dec 29, 2014
Michelle A: I returned this today it was too small and he did not like how it looks so I just bought another one Dec 11, 2014
Christian G: NICE, CASUAL, AND ARMORED Oct 5, 2014
Thomas H: Liked the look and protection offered by this jacket. Went by the size fit chart and it fits perfect! Love this jacket! Sep 29, 2014
Matthew S: Stylish, decent all season jacket for what it is worth, decent protection. Sep 15, 2014
Alex B: Great looking jacket sub $200 armor included with awesome reviews... shut up and take my money! Sep 11, 2014
S D: have had good luck with speed and strength and have 4 of them now .... Aug 30, 2014
Jayme H: The video review and features really sold me on it. Plus it was a great price Jun 23, 2014
david h: not a billboard Jun 22, 2014
andrew b: Looks comfortable, warm and subtle May 4, 2014
Adam N: I like the style of this jacket Apr 18, 2014
Deb M: Comfort and retro looking style Nov 1, 2013
micheal s: I picked this jacket because of it's functionality, price and appearance. Oct 13, 2013
anthony g: Love their stuff, true to size and great quality Sep 17, 2013
James R: Versatile for spring-fall wear with summer comfort without the liner. Denim look was a big feature too Sep 1, 2013
Lane B asked: Would this jacket be to hot for the summer in the south? (90+ degrees with 80%+ humidity) Mar 17, 2014
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Robert C: I'm in California and it gets pretty hot here. I personally think it would be unbearable in those temperatures even with the liner removed and all vents opened. Mar 17, 2014
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Timothy S: That depends on your heat tolerance. I live in the Panama City and I use mine all year round. Even on the really hot days. It is fine as long as you are moving and have the liner out and vents open. The only time it gets hot is when you are sitting at a red light for an extended period of time or are caught up in bad traffic where you cant get the wind going well enough to cool you off. But even then it is not incredibly unbearable. But, I was born and raised here in Florida, so i have a high heat tolerance. Jun 8, 2014
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Kevin L: I live in Hawaii and love it! I haven't yet worn it through the summer as I got it in December but it's still kind of warm with high relative humidity. But I can say this If you ride a lot in the city then most definitely it will be hot for the summer as that will have a lot of stop and go traffic. The vents on the arms and the back do help quite a lot though as they help immensely with the wind flow. Hope that helps! Mar 17, 2014
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Mark A: Well, Yes & No. Its a medium weight textile jacket so it does have some mass that will retain heat. The venting is good, especially that big one right up front ;) I always ATGATT so I've worn this on 90* days. It aint that bad as long as you're moving, but its definitely not a summer weight mesh breather.
Its my only motor jacket, and I really like it.
Mar 17, 2014
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anthony g: My answer would be yes, I bought this as a fall/winter jacket and it works great for those months here in Maryland. I would not recommend it for the summer here so I wouldn't recommend it for the southern states either.

Mar 17, 2014
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Brady L: It's really not to bad. I'm in Dallas, TX. I just took the liner out and open the vents. It's actually feels a lil cooler than riding without a jacket in the summer traffic. Mar 17, 2014
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James H: It ventilates well while riding on the hot days but is hot if stuck in traffic. Have used it up to 95 degrees. Mar 17, 2014
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A shopper asked: What are the compatiable armor replacements that offer more protection? Nov 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: I've seen other speed and strength jackets with pistol holsters built into the jacket. Does this jacket have a holster or capability to install holster? Thanks Jun 8, 2014
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Chris Z: It does not have a pistol holder but it does have a pocket in the same place as the "off the chain" jacket, (the one with the built in concealed carry pocket), and my Kimber Pro Covert 1911 fits fine in the Stars and Stripes pocket.

Just be aware, since it's not a built in holster, it does not sit at a ready to go position, and if it's moved around it can be difficult to get out.

I have never seen the off the chain jacket in person so I don't have anything to compare it to as far as ease of use goes.
Jun 9, 2014
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Timothy S: No, it does not have a holster. As for the capability to install one, you may be able to rig something up yourself if you are handy with a needle and thread, but it would be difficult as the inner lining is removable. This is also a very "form fitting" jacket. If you get one that is your size, it had better be a thin pistol and holster or else it may be rather uncomfortable. Jun 8, 2014
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Michael V: No it does not. Jun 12, 2014
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Adam B: No it does not Jun 9, 2014
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Chih H asked: Does this jacket do well in the winter? How well in 20 degrees? 30? Should I just look for a wind breaking jacket instead? Nov 26, 2014
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Michael M: Not well down to 30 or 20. Liner helps a little, but it's just torso, so your arms are just as cold. You could theoretically manage with some serious base layers, but probably best to look elsewhere for that cold. Nov 26, 2014
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Chih H: Oh the liner that comes with the jacket is just a vest type of thing? It doesn't go down into the sleeves? Thank you I wasn't aware of that. Nov 26, 2014
Jared G: I wouldn't wear just the jacket in that cold of weather, a few miles maybe! If you wore a sweatshirt under it then maybe......other than that this is hands down the best riding jacket I've ever owned and looks awesome at that! Nov 26, 2014
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Chih H: How about with a First Geart heated jacket liner? Would that combo work well down into the 20s? Nov 26, 2014
Steven B: It certainly seems comfortable around town in temps down to 30, but not meant for riding in those temps.... Nov 26, 2014
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Travis C asked: Can you remove the patches without damaging the jacket? Aug 2, 2014
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Alexander T: Sorry I haven't done this but the patches aren't crudely stitched on, they seem pretty solidly adhered. I think it might damage the jacket or leave a mark, have you taken it to a tailor or alterations shop? They would probably be able to tell you for free, good luck! Aug 2, 2014
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Russell M: Yes. I took mine to a seamstress for custom patch work and she had no problems moving the patches. Aug 27, 2014
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Chris F: no you can't . keep in mind with this brand sizes are small Aug 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is it possible to remove the patches without cosmetically damaging this jacket? As much as I love it, the patches just aren't for me.
Aug 2, 2014
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Jayme H: No, I don't even see any stitching that you may be able to pick. It would probably ruin the jacket. Aug 4, 2014
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Russell M: Yes. I took mine to a seamstress for custom patch work and she had no problems moving the patches. Aug 27, 2014
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anthony g: From looking at mine I think you would have to damage the jacket to take the patches off Aug 2, 2014
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Alex H asked: Can you upgrade the padding, or is it "what you see is what you get"? May 28, 2014
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Arnaud J: You can upgrade the padding inside of the jacket there are velcro pocket which hold the original paddings. However there pockets holding the padding are not very large so the new padding you are looking to add would have to be roughly the same size and width (with maybe 1inch-1inch and half of wiggle room) of original purchased padding. May 29, 2014
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Chris C: It seems you can most definitely upgrade the padding. Inside the jacket, there is velcro for which you can take the padding out or if you would like to upgrade them and replace them with something better but the padding is already in my opinion are of high quality and extremely sturdy and tough. May 29, 2014
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Men's Jacket

Size Sleeve (in) Chest (in)
SM 33 38-40
MD 34 40-42
LG 35.5 42-44
XL 36.5 46-48
2XL 37 50-52
3XL 37.5 54-56
4XL 37.5 58-60

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 / SM 907133 87-7470 Out of Stock
Black / MD 907134 87-7471 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / LG 907135 87-7472 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / XL 907136 87-7473 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 2XL 907137 87-7474 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 3XL 907138 87-7475 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours