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Really good jacket
I'm 5-8, around 195 lbs. I wear size 36 pants, and my hips measure a hefty 43". I'm on the chunky side. I ordered a Large and it fits ok with very little to give around the waist (strap fully extended). I decided to keep the Large and not going up one size because the arms would have been too long and the shoulders too wide.
I use this jacket for commuting and touring. I ride everyday on a BMW R75/5 or a BMW R80G/S PD, rain or shine, until the Minnesota winter decides to coat the streets with ice.
What I like about the jacket:
I'm not an expert in armor but the armor of this jacket feels right and in the right places.
Performance in weather:
-Heavy Rain (with waterproof membrane inserted). In the rain the jacked performed very well. I rode for 3 hours straight in constant rain and not a single drop came inside with the exception of the outside pockets.
-Cold/Wet. Jacket worn over wool sweater and with the liner inserted. I rode a few times with temps in the low 30's and the jacket has kept me reasonably warm for most of the times. In long rides with temps around 32-33 I started to feel chilly after about 45-50 minutes.
-Foggy, really wet, cold. I consider 34 and foggy the worst weather into which you can ride a motorcycle. The jacket (with the membrane and the liner attached and worn over a wool sweater) kept me reasonably warm and dry for at least 2 hours.
-Hot and humid. I live in an area of extremes so I rode several times in temperatures in the 85-95 degrees range. The jacket did ok. In stop and go traffic no jacket can save you from misery so i won't go into that, but when in motion and with the vents open I was able to ride somewhat comfortably.
I really like the simplicity, function and cut. The jacket is not overly flashy, it is well tailored and very functional. It looks really good despite having good armor in it, so the jacket does not compromise either style or safety.
- Heavily branded. There are two large logos, one that goes the length of the forearm and another that goes across the back. I corrected this by buying black cordura and having a tailor cover the logos.
- Length. The jacket is a little short, in certain riding positions my belt gets exposed. (could be due to the size)
- Sliding: the jacket tends to slide up after a while.
This is a great jacket that looks great and most importantly can serve you and protect you in a wide variety of scenarios.
March 3, 2015
After looking for a good 4 season jacket, I decided on the Spidi Voyager 3. Revzilla did not carry the hi-viz version so I ordered it directly from Spidi. It cost me a little more money but I will not wear a jacket without some hi-viz color to it.
Sizing: I'm 5'10", 165lbs, 40" chest. The large fits perfect!
Lots of adjustability in the arms and waist to get that close to the body fit. I added the chest protector (from Revzilla). The vents are small but the design is absolutely brilliant. They do work and flow air into the jacket. I haven't decided which pant I'm going to pair it with yet.
July 15, 2014
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