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Spidi Voyager 2 H2OUT Hi-Viz Textile Jacket
  • Spidi Voyager 2 H2OUT Hi-Viz Textile Jacket
  • Spidi Voyager 2 H2OUT Hi-Viz Textile Jacket
  • Spidi Voyager 2 H2OUT Hi-Viz Textile Jacket

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Spidi Voyager 2 H2OUT Hi-Viz Textile Jacket

This hi-tech, hi-viz, fully waterproof jacket is designed for cool weather touring and dualsport riding. With its exceptional visibility and reflective materials, the Voyager H2 H2OUT jacket is an extremely functional, versatile example of the trend towards increasing the level of visibility and safety in motorcycling.

  • CE En471 Certified material for increased visibility
  • Highly abrasion resistant Tenax Polyamide external shell
  • Tenax Flex stretch areas for increased range of movement and comfort
  • H2Out waterproof, breathable internal membrane
  • Removable 250g insulated liner
  • CE Force Tech elbow and shoulder protectors
  • Wide reflective areas
  • Optional internal Back Warrior CE Level 2, Level 1 and Chest Protector (sold separately)
  • EST adjust system on neck
  • Six different volume adjusts (part of the exclusive Ergofit fitting system)
  • Four waterproof pockets

Notes: Notated as the Voyager H2 H2OUT Jacket out on product label and Spidi website

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Spidi Voyager 2 H2OUT Hi-Viz Textile Jacket 4.7 5 7 7
Keeps you dry in any down pour Purchased this jacket for winter rain protection only.It has no vents and did not want vents.The outershell is waterproff unlike other jackets that have an interior membrane thats waterproff. It has a very warm zip in liner and have rode in 25 degree weather and was comfortable. Jacket quality is top notch and heavy duty.Runs small in size, I ordered 1size larger.The only dislike is the zipper slide is on the left and I prefer right.It does keep water out. Have not used in warm weather yet. It is highly visible and I like that feature also. I ride to survive and have no need for fashion shows. December 30, 2014
Nice jacket. Very warm. Overall, I like this jacket. I bought it for cold weather riding. Without the liner I am comfortable into the upper 40's. The inner liner is very warm. I was a little disappointed in several areas. The sleeves do not have Velcro. There is a zipper and snap. Loose enough that you might want to wear your glove underneath, but it can't really tighten over the glove. For a gauntlet, not being cinched tight makes is time consuming to tuck the sleeve all the way into the gauntlet. There is no two way zipper. Really? On a $500 retail jacket? No slotted pocket that most jackets have midway up the zipper for cell phones, etc. Overall, this is a very high quality jacket. The bright green color really stands out. It is also very light for a jacket this warm. I like the crotch straps instead of a rear zipper, although they're a little flimsy, so I'll see if they hold up. The detail stitching and workmanship on the jacket is very high quality. July 28, 2014
Almost perfect, definitely the best If you live in a colder, wetter climate, or if you don't and you're just looking for a winter jacket, this is going to be your best pick if you're trying to not spend over 400 dollars. I have only worn five different jackets while riding (only owned three), but this is by far the best one I have ever used whether it's a summer jacket, leather jacket, or textile jacket. If you ride a lot, or if you're like me and commute on a bike, do yourself a favor and don't cheap out on your jacket. You may be thinking "oh, well 'so and so' company has a jacket with the same features for 100 dollars less." NO! Forget it! It's not the same! This jacket is in a league of its own. While there are more expensive jackets out there that I can't speak for that may be better than this one, I can tell you, overall, this jacket is simply the best. For the money, there isn't anything that comes close to this one. When you put it on and use it for a while, you will see that it's engineered and refined to a whole new level compared to other jackets. They even made the main zipper start about 1/4 of the way up the jacket so that the jacket doesn't bunch up when you're on the bike. It's just about perfect. Pros So comfortable it's stupid. "fitted" european fit. fit is true, but on the small side. I wear a large, and I still have enough room to fit my SPIDI Defender underneath. Cuffs small enough to easily fit glove gauntlets over. Waterproof pockets you can ACTUALLY USE. Really is waterproof. Sleeved thermal liner (not that vest liner BS). Easy enough to take off and put on. Easy to remove and install thermal liner. relatively light weight for a winter jacket. comfortable shoulder and elbow pads. Lastly, it looks 10x better in person than in the pic. So far, the only cons are The main zipper is a little bit small, so it's kinda hard to get the zippers to mate up to zip up the jacket. The neck is very tall, so it irritates my neck a bit. Good thing for insulation, bad thing for comfort. June 6, 2014
great jacket I cant give 5 stars because i think the jacket is overpriced. However...the jacket is comfoortable and it kept me warm and dry. I rode an unfaired bike on a 45 degree rainy day wearing nothing but a T shirt under my jacket and i was fine. If you like the style and dont mind spending a little $$$ go for it. But if you are on a tight budget, i think there are better alternatives. May 12, 2014
The right kind of waterproof Great looking and fitting jacket. Revzillas sizing recommendation was spot on. The armour stays exactly where it should be. This is a warm jacket and the collar closure seals it up tight while the soft collar fabric don't irritate the neck and chin. And the waterproof is by a membrane laminated tot he outer fabric (ala Gore tex) so the outer fabric doesn't soak through the way jackets with waterproof liners do. Love this jacket. February 17, 2014
My winter jacket Bought this to use as my winter jacket. Since it was on closeout sale, there were only size large left. The fit is a tad on the big side for me (I'm 5'6", 170lbs, 33w 41c) without the liner in it, and it fits ok with the liner in. I would prefer a Med, but again, it was on closeout and that is all that was left and the price was right. It's very bright and the quality is top notch. Feels great in 50-70 degree weather without the liner and seems to breath ok. That about all I can comment on until I have spent more time with it and the temperature drops. Winter is coming. September 9, 2013
Very Warm and Very Bright Jacket Let me begin with saying that this is definitely NOT a 4 season jacket, that's not what I was looking for when I bought it. This jacket is really warm. I opted to purchase separately the CE back protector as well as the CE chest protector. Fit. Anthony nailed it when he said you need to buy a size larger then you normally wear. I usually wear a M, so I bought a M & a L and the L fit best. I sent the M back. Revzilla does make quick returns and credits super easy. Comfort. This jacket is soft to the touch and very warm a cozy feeling. It does require some time to get into it properly with all the snaps and zippers and velcro. The Chest protector is a little cumbersome to snap. They need to design it to zip down the middle instead of snap on the sides. The snaps are buried underneath the insulation liner and are kinda hard to find. I have worn many jackets and this one rates at the top for comfort. Warmth. To date this is the warmest jacket I have owned. If you are looking for venting, you need to move on to another jacket. I have been riding down around 35 degrees in only a T-shirt under the jacket. The jacket performs flawlessly. I ride about 10 minutes at 70 MPH before the sun comes up and did quite well. If I were going to ride for hours, I would likely add a better layer such as a sweatshirt. Waterproof. Very. Within the first week, on the way to work I hit rain. Only for a few minutes but I did not have one drop get past this jacket. Hi Vis. Best I have ever seen. Super bright. I was taking out the trash in the dark and I felt like I was glowing in the dark. Leg Straps. I have not used them. I unhooked them and stored them in one of the many pockets in case I ever feel the need to. My only gripe, which I was aware of is that I like to get in and out of my clothing quickly. This jacket takes more time with all of the flaps, velcro, zippers and buttons. Well worth it though as this jacket was purchased as a WINTER ONLY jacket for me. All of the work pays off with the warmth it provides at speed. I have a mesh jacket with appropriate liners for the warmer three months. Overall, I hope this jacket lasts for many years. I have no reason to think it will not. The material is very sturdy and sewn quite well, May 7, 2013
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Spidi Voyager 2 H2OUT Hi-Viz Textile Jacket
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Avis A: I am a new rider. High visibility, armor, and weather protection are all important to me. Mar 20, 2015
Leonardo K: The colors man... The colors Feb 21, 2014
Antonio S: I will look like a bright yellow bumble bee in the winter! Feb 1, 2014
A S asked: Question, I live in Colombia which has about all weather conditions, yes we even have snow here year around on a few mountain tops. I am also planing some trips to Patagonia, and even Canada later. I want a hi-vis, truly 4 season motorcycle suit, not a three season. Can you recommend one? I have been looking at the spidi Voyager 3 Suit in HI-Vis with a Nolan n-44 HI-vis helmet but am not locked into anything at this point.

Open to all suggestions as I like to stay warm and dry.

I ride a KTM 1190 Adventure with a larger than stock windshield.

Thank you to all whom wish to respond.
May 12, 2014
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Kirk K: This is a GREAT jacket. Very well built and the yellow is bright and beautiful. This is a very warm jacket. There is no way this is a 4 season jacket. I wear this one when the temps drop below 60 degrees and a mesh jacket above 60. I can wear this jacket over a t shirt in the winter down to freezing. I choose to not ride below ~38 degrees for safety and the chances of black ice.

If you are looking for a true 4 season jacket, I recommend to move along.
May 14, 2014
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A S: Thanks Lee,
Can you recommend a jacket for me to look at that REvzilla has? So many options Revzilla carries. What about hte Spidi Voyager 3? It seems to have ventalation or do you believe they will be inadequate for my purposes? May 15, 2014
Kirk K: Sorry A S, I cannot. I took me weeks to find this jacket by watching all the videos. Thankfully Revzilla has a no hassle return policy. I imagine some of the olympia gear would be 4 season because some of their gear has several removable layers. My wife rides in Olympia gear and loves it. Ride safe! May 15, 2014
Jeff B: I live in Seattle and commute 60 miles each way, in all weather. This is a very warm and dry coat. Just be mindful that it is not a warm weather jacket. No vents. even with liner out it is too warm for above 60 or 65 degrees. Other than that, it is well made, fits true to Spidi size chart.I upgraded back armor, but rest is just fine. In hard seattle rain I stay completely dry and warm (so far down to 34 degrees). May 16, 2014
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Andre W: I have this jacket. It is excellent for cold, windy or wet and snowy weather. The jacket will keep you warm and dry. However the jacket is not ventalated, you will heat up quickly in warmer weather. This is more of a Fall/Winter jacket . May 14, 2014
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Spidi Men's Textile Jacket Sizing

Size Chest (cm) Overall Height (cm)
XS 82-88 161-173
SM 88-94 164-176
MD 94-100 167-179
LG 100-106 170-182
XL 106-112 173-185
2XL 112-118 176-188
3XL 118-124 179-191
4XL 124-130 179-191
5XL 130-136 179-191
6XL 136-142 179-191

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
Neon Yellow/Black / 2XL 755006 YD105-486-2X In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Neon Yellow/Black / 3XL 755007 YD105-486-3X In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Neon Yellow/Black / LG 755003 YD105-486-L Out of Stock
Neon Yellow/Black / MD 755004 YD105-486-M Out of Stock
Neon Yellow/Black / XL 755005 YD105-486-X Out of Stock