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Speed and Strength Twist of Fate 2.0 Textile Jacket

  • Water Resistant AR-800 Frame
  • Knox C.E. Approved Shoulder And Elbow Protectors
  • Knox C.E. Approved Spine Protector
  • Kevlar® Thread
  • Aerodynamic Speed Hump
  • Low Restriction Collar
  • "Speed Zip" Controlled Ventilation
  • Dual Stage "Kinetic Cuff" Adjuster
  • Molded Strong Arm Sleeve Adjuster
  • "Lockdown" Waist Adjuster
  • Removable Insulated Vest Liner
  • Microfiber Lined Cuffs
  • Belt Loops For Pant Attachment
  • 8" Zipper For Pant Attachment
  • TPR Logos
  • Reflective Trim
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Speed Strength Twist of Fate 2.0 Jacket 4.6 5 19 19
A STEAL FOR THE PRICE! THANK YOU REVZILLA! I PURCHASED THIS JACKET THE OTHER DAY AND IT ARRIVED IMMEDIATELY 2 DAYS LATER :), I HONESTLY WAS UPSET AND SKEPTICAL BECAUSE IT WASN'T IN MEDIUM SO I WENT WITH SMALL THINKING I WOULD NEED TO RETURN IT, IM 6'2" AND 160LBS, AND THIS JACKET FITS GREAT ON ME AFTER THE EXPECTED BREAK IN PROCESS, THE ONLY ARMOR THAT IS REMOVABLE IS THE BACK PIECE BUT WHO NEEDS TO?! ITS WATERPROOF! WHEN ITS COLD I CLOSE MY ZIPPER VENTS AND KEEP MY INSULATED VEST ZIPPED INTO IT, AND ON A HOT DAY IN TRAFFIC I REMOVE THE VEST FROM THE INSIDE AND OPEN THE FRONT AND BACK VENTS AND ITS LIKE A/C! 9.6/10 STARS!! May 1, 2013
Great jacket for the price I really like this jacket. I have not had a lot of time to wear it while riding becuase the weather here has been crazy. It is 81 today and it was 34 yesterday. but what little I have been able to wear the jacket, it is freaking amazing. April 29, 2013
Excellent jacket I normally wear a medium anything. I have a 39" chest and ended up with a small since revzilla didn't have a medium, and the specifications said that the small was from 38" to 40" for chest. When I first put this on, it was very snug. I thought I made the wrong choice. Good thing though, is that it does stretch out a bit over time. Plus you can take the vest liner out if you wanna wear more clothes underneath. The jacket's length is pretty short, I'm about 6' and the jacket ends just below my waist. The armpit area is very snug. If you've ever worn any of those muscle fit Abercrombie clothes, the armpit area feels just like that. Style: It's a great looking jacket. Makes my shoulders look HUGE though, and can't take the shoulder or elbow armor out (if you wanna wear the jacket casually or want to replace the armor) so you're stuck with it. The SS logo in the front is a nice touch and the speed hump, while looks 'unique' adds some more protection and aerodynamics as well. Protection: I was looking around for a great jacket that offered great protection at the lowest possible price. And out of the box, this, so far, is probably one of the best, if not the best jacket that offers the most protection at this price. I haven't yet found another jacket that has this beat. It has Knox CE rated back, elbow, and shoulder pads right out of the box. There is no chest protector though. Air Flow: The airflow is decent with the arm vents. I haven't yet tested this out in super hot weather but on 70 degree days, riding around is not a problem and I still keep cool in this jacket. The vest liner can easily be taken out if you wanna keep this light. Conclusion: All in all, this is a great jacket. The jackets do run true to the size chart, although it runs a tad larger than other brands (Speed and Strength's small size is another brand's medium), so keep that in mind. Excellent price, features, protection, and seems like it'll last a long time. Buy it. April 1, 2013
These were an absolute STEAL! Great in the rain and sun, probably going to be hot in the summer when I get there. I'm a bulky guy, 6'0 and 230 lbs. I usually wear a size 46-48 chest size shirt. I don't have a massive gut, just broad shoulders. I ordered the XXL in white (I want to be seen, not blended into the night!) and I love the look. As far as the fit, the shoulders are perfect. The stomach region is made for belly busters, I had to tie the waist adjusters around the clips and pull them all the way in to be able to fit my stomach area. The XXL is certainly for those with some extra around the front. That being said the jacket is highly adjustable to sizing. If I had ordered the XL I don't think I would have had the room around the shoulder area, and that's not where I want to be cramped. The thermal liner keeps me warm in upper 30 degree riding. I rode last night 40 plus miles in a torrential downpour and didn't get wet at all. I haven't ridden in the heat with this but there are lots of ventilation zippers, it will probably be a lil warm but I'd rather sweat than bleed! The protection feels solid, and the jacket is built like a tank. A great buy. March 18, 2013
GREAT JACKET!! GREAT PRICE!! (GRAN CHAMARRA, GRAN PRECIO) Excellent jacket, great protection, good materials, it looks amazing, I am skinny and wearing size L, looks good, highly recommended items of speed and strenght Spanish version: Excelente chamarra, gran proteccion, buenos materiales, se ve increible, soy flaco y uso talla L, queda muy bien, muy recomendables los articulos de speed and strenght February 20, 2013
Overall, good king jacket, good quality, good price, warm when needed, vents when needed. Go dark or leather in this style I bought this in white because it caught eye. I wear a 44 L suit jacket, I am 5' 11 180 lbs, athletic build. The Large was a close fit but felt too tight on the arms, the arms were short, a it was tight in the chest. I went with the XL and it is a perfect fit. The white is easily visible. The jacket has kept me dry in the rain and it vents enough air for me on 80+ days here in FL. The only complaint that I have is that all of the armoir 't removable. Only the back armor comes out. My jacket has gotten pretty dirty and I don't forsee me handwashing the jacket as suggested. So, I am just going to put it in the washing machine and hope for the best. Also the white zippers fade after use. Overall, good king jacket, good quality, good price, warm when needed, vents when needed, and is comfortable. However, the white gets dirty easily and the only removable pad is the back pad. I would recommend to anyone, but would suggest a darker color or buying the leather version. December 17, 2012
Great Style, Great Comfort, and above all: Great Protection Unfortunately, I had my first major wipe-out in 10 years of riding, and I went down hard. I purchased a Twist of Fate 2.0 kevlar textile jacket from Revzilla.com at the beginning of the summer. I loved the fit and how comfortable it was, as well as how well it breathed. I was always curious about how it would hold up, should I go down on pavement since you always hear how much better leather is than everything else. Well, today, a cager decided he wanted to change lanes without warning while we were on an on-ramp to a highway. He jerked his car over, and I barely had time to swerve off the road. The rear tire came out from underneath me, and I landed on my back, doing about 45mph, on the road. I slide on my back (and on your jacket) for about 20-30 feet, on pavement. At the end of the slide I rolled 2 or 3 times before coming to a complete stop. After I stopped, I got up and felt fine. I noticed my wrists had some scrapes and bruises due to me not wearing gauntlets today, but I felt fine other than that. After inspecting my jacket, I found that I only had a small hole on my left arm elbow pad, and one small hole at the tail end of the back of my jacket. There are some signs of sliding near my shoulders, but other than that the jacket looks great. The kevlar held up incredibly well, and I attribute my well being, 100%, to this jacket's high quality. The speed hump definitely helped save my neck from injury as well. November 11, 2012
Love it ! This is my 4th jacket and for the price this thing is amazing definitely my Favorate October 22, 2012
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Sally S. L: Gift for my father Dec 13, 2013
A shopper asked: I'm wanting to clean\wash the jacket. its starting to get pretty rank just from riding in the heat and all. I can remove the back pad but is there a way to remove any of the other pads? I dont think there is, I've looked over the entire jacket and there doesnt seem to be a way to remove them. Oct 13, 2013
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Paul Z: The shoulder and elbows are non removable. I toss the jacket into the washing machine on gentle setting and it removes the bugs and what not and the armor seems to be just fine. I have this jacket in white. The various black scuff marks don't come out and those I have to clean by hand. Oct 15, 2013
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Maximilian F: No way to remove it. The mesh prevents it from being removed. I actually threw it in the washer with cold water and towels and hung it out to dry and that was it. Oct 13, 2013
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Steve G: I agree the armor does not come out . the back pad is the only one that can. Oct 13, 2013
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Sam B: I would recommend dry cleaning it. Once a season isn't bad price wise. Oct 13, 2013
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A S: awesome. thanks. I figured that was the answer. Oct 16, 2013
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A shopper asked: I live in Memphis Tn and im considering buying this jacket as the weather is pretty crazy here snowing one day and shorts and flip flops the next im curious would this jacket keep me warm with degrees as low as 40 F? Oct 20, 2013
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Kevin V: I've ridden in temps of around 32f with a hoodie underneath. The temp was never a problem. The windchill though, she's a cold mistress. As long as you have a solid layer or two (or three) you should be fine. Oct 20, 2013
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ryan b: 40 might be a little too cold for this jacket. The liner isn't much of one, very thin; however if you put a couple layers on underneath I've been out riding in lower 50 degree temps and was ok. Oct 20, 2013
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Luand G: It will definitely not keep you warm by itself. I tend to wear a thermal and a dual layer hoodie. It does the job then. But it also depends on your cold tolerance. Oct 20, 2013
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A shopper asked: I'm a big guy with a 51' chest based on the size chart I should be a 2XL. My question is should I get a size bigger or stick with 2XL? Mar 4, 2012
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RevZilla: We recommend going with the 2XL considering you are directly between the size range for an XL (50"- 52" chest). Speed and Strength generally run true to size. May 2, 2012
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MadOgre: Stick with the 2XL. It will fit perfect. Aug 15, 2012
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chuchuman: yes, size 2xl fits perfect to you Feb 20, 2013
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A shopper asked: I live in Savannah Ga and it gets pretty hot. I have a joe rocket mesh jacket but it does not fit right, the shoulders are too big. I tried this (twist of fate 2.0 Textile) jacket on at a local dealer and it fit me perfect. However the jacket is textile and not mesh so I am a little worried about getting it because it may be to hot to wear what do you guys think. Is it made for warm wethater? I know there is a mesh one too but I really like the look and fit of this one compared to the mesh. thanks for your help. May 15, 2011
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Noah: The jacket is textile and breaths a lot more then leather. Mesh is good but won't protect like the textile will. I've had a few textiles and while they may be slightly warmer then mesh, they are still good. This jacket does great in the heat and you wont be disappointed. May 15, 2011
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Pharmer2015: I have the jacket in textile and live in tallahassee. Climate here is similar to Savannah. The liner can come out so the jacket can vent. There are also vent zippers placed around the jacket that help with ventilation. I would recomment the textile. Dec 17, 2012
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MDK210: I would say that anyone who lives in a hot humid climate go with the mesh unless you like to sweat a lot. Even here in CO in the summer the jacket is warm but still good airflow when moving but not enough to dry you off. Jun 15, 2012
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A shopper asked: I'm a fat guy with a big belly. My chest is 46-48 inches depending on how tightly I squeeze the measuring tape. These jackets look like they are kind of form fitting with short sleeves and waist. Do you have a size recommendation? I generally like longer sleeves and waist because of my build. I can just see my belly hanging out of this thing but I'd love it if I could get one that fit right. - If this won't work for me maybe you can recommend something else in the same price range and level of protection? I ride in the rain a lot too. - Thanks for any advice! Apr 18, 2013
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Dozer: I think you would enjoy the fit of an all weather jacket with removable liners. I know they are more of a long cut in the back and have thumb holes in the sleeves. Also remember Revzilla will exchange for free to ensure you get the best fit possible. I also think the riding pants that connect to the jacket will help you with the ( cover the belly and crack ) concerns you described. Apr 18, 2013
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A shopper asked: what replacement back protector fits? Mar 30, 2013
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RevZilla: This jacket already comes with a Knox TP2 Advance X CE Back Protector. The pocket in this jacket is pretty small and you might be able to fit the Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro Type B and size Small, but it will be a tight fit. Apr 2, 2013
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SIZING CHARTS PROVIDED BY THE MANUFACTURER TO BE USED AS GUIDES

Mens Textile 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.

Click here to see the full Speed and Strength Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Grey/Black / SM 711931 STOF.2.TXT.F10.GYBK.SM Out of Stock
Grey/Black / MD 711932 STOF.2.TXT.F10.GYBK.MD Out of Stock
Grey/Black / LG 711933 STOF.2.TXT.F10.GYBK.LG Out of Stock
Grey/Black / XL 711934 STOF.2.TXT.F10.GYBK.XL Out of Stock
Grey/Black / 2XL 711935 STOF.2.TXT.F10.GYBK.2XL Out of Stock
Grey/Black / 3XL 711936 STOF.2.TXT.F10.GYBK.3XL Out of Stock