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Aaron H: After wearing this jacket for the winter, I can't believe that teknic went out of business. Everything about this jacket is top notch. The liner is very warm, the entire jacket is perfectly waterproof, it has enough pockets for everything you could need, it's actually fairly stylish. I could go on, but suffice it to say that it would be a great deal for the original $400 price, let alone the $160 it was discounted to...Mar 24, 2014
Wayman P C: Recommended by a good, trusted source of information.Mar 1, 2014
Arsim A: This jacket was chosen for weather and safety protection , also it's a pretty cool looking jacketFeb 18, 2014
Jashan S: Favourite jacket of all time! Wish i had bought the yellow one as well in size 44!Feb 6, 2014
Clive A: I have owned a Teknic jacket for 7 years. It is not waterproof but it's as close as it comes without being made of PVC and has performed better than any other "waterproof" jacket I've owned. Teknic is worth another shot.
I have never purchased from Revzilla before but with a great price and free shipping they are certainly worth a first shot.
Can't wait to see how it goes.Jan 11, 2014
B O: I already have a Teknic Freeway jacket but it is a little tight for winter riding. Love the jacket.Jan 8, 2014
Derek C: high viz . waterproof . zip-out cold weather liner .and best price for an all yearround jacketDec 30, 2013
Donald T: Previous brand experience. My jacket before this was a Teknic and I really liked it, it fit well and did everything I wanted, so when it came time to get a new jacket I stuck with what I liked.Dec 16, 2013
Ermin M: I am 6.2" 210 pounds and 44 was too small even if review suggests it should not be. Mostly in the shoulders and neck area. I hope 46 will be better. Jacket looks great and I think it is excellent quality item.Dec 7, 2013
Jody K: Awesome deal, great features for year round riding.Dec 2, 2013
Phien-An N: I like its style, CE armors with built-in back protection, life-time waterproof and big reflective stripe on the back. I can't wait to use it in this winter. I don't think I can get another jacket this quality for $224.Nov 26, 2013
Wilson L: Good all-around value. Highly discounted price. Had desired features, and available in hi-viiz color scheme. Very satisfied so far (2+ months). Drawback - Teknic is out of business, so no long-term recourse for warranty issues. The slanted outside main zipper is a little unusual, but operates just fine.Nov 21, 2013
N A: On sale, had a great video review and great website reviewsNov 18, 2013
Donald H: It appears, from description of item and reviews, to be a good all weather touring jacket for 70 degrees or less temperatures.Nov 8, 2013
Steven D: Awesome closeout price and good reviewsNov 7, 2013
D R: Hi-Vis. Good reviews. Great price.Nov 2, 2013
Jeff M: Looks to be the best jacket for the price.Oct 28, 2013
Michael H: great video. good reviews and nice styling. little concerned about warranty.Oct 27, 2013
Juan Esteban M: the price (closeout), the style, the costumers reviews and the presentation in Revzilla TV makes me confirm my decision.Oct 25, 2013
Paul M: It's heavily discounted, is highly regarded, and looks pretty nice too. I wanted a jacket that I would be able to use most of the year and have good protection built in. The option for a chest pad is definitely a plus.Oct 11, 2013
Kathryn O: After doing quit a bit of online research this seemed to be the best motorcycle jacket for my husband's needs. It is a birthday gift from our children and me. Revzilla review videos also had a positive impact on my decision. Thank you for providing so much information.Oct 2, 2013
Michael F: Needed a warmer jacket for the fall days up here in Maine. Mornings are cool at low to mid 40's. Hope this jacket will help on those cool morning commutes.Sep 30, 2013
John V: Overall body length and fit for price.Sep 10, 2013
David S: Daughters jacket. Nice enough, but leather's better.Aug 12, 2013
A shopper asked:I am considering the Teknic Freeway HP jacket and wonder on fit between a 46 and a 48. Chest 46 1/4", Arm 29" ( Shoulder to wrist), 40" around the belly button. Do not want to go too big. Your video indicates your model wearing a 44" with a 46" chest. Do they run to the big size?Aug 31, 2013
mark a:I ordered the recommended size afraid the next size would be too baggy. The size was a perfect fit but I don't have much room to add layers for colder weather. Go next size up if you plan on a looser fit and want to wear more than a thin layer under it. This is a great jacket
MarkSep 26, 2013
James H:The HP jacket does run big. I have another Teknic jacket that fits perfect at size 46, but when I ordered the HP in a 46 I had to return it for a 44 as it was to large. The 44 fits great, and it performs as advertised.Sep 26, 2013
dave s:I'm 6', 210 lbs. and I have 44" and it fits good and the sleeves are long which is nice feature for me. I really like the jacket for cold weather. Quality and features are very good.Sep 25, 2013
Jason R asked:Hello! My dad just bought this for me for Christmas. I want to ride in southern Ohio, where it gets down to about 20 degrees. My question is: will this jacket keep me warm enough with just a sweatshirt underneath, or will I need a heated vest too? I'm hearing good things, but a little skeptical. (Of course I'm currently wearing an a* gp plus perforated, which is a nightmare in the cold.)Nov 29, 2013
Timothy N:Jason, you are lucky guy to get such a Jacket. Love mine-live in central alberta, but usually can't bike at 20 degrees as too much snow. Have had it in freezing weather and been fine, my knees were colder. I also use this jacket for sledding in the mountains, usually with a thin tshirt layer, and a medium fleece that comes off at mid-day. this cuts the wind well which usually helps keep the warmth in. Just make sure your gloves cover your cuffs in the cold and your neck is covered. enjoyNov 29, 2013
Ryan R:So far this fall I have worn the jacket in as low as 15 degrees in PA and I didn't feel a thing. And that was with only a T-shirt underneath. I do have a good pair of heated gloves which seems to help heat the whole body on those frozen days, but nothing else fancy. This jacket is definitely great quality even though I had never heard of the company before I purchased it. Fantastic value.Dec 1, 2013
I have worn my jacket in the freeway in Utah when it was 35 to 40 degrees. I was very warm the entire ride. The heat shield vest liner will keep you nice and warm. I did get a larger cuffed pair of gloves to overlap the sleeves and eliminate the airflow up your arms. I think you'll be fine without at heated vest. Nov 30, 2013
Thanks Brad. I think I'll put the money that would have been for a heated vest toward heated gloves instead, unless you know of any normal gloves that can handle 20 degree weather, lol.
Nov 30, 2013
THOMAS N:Hey man. I live in Cincinnati and have the jacket. If you put the liner in, you should be good. The bigger problem will be having warm gloves, pants, and shoes. Just close up all your vents on the jacket, put in the liner, and wear a scarf or something to keep wind from blowing down your neck line. Nov 29, 2013
Thanks! I have a 40 dollar a* pair of winter gloves (nothing special), as well as some racing boots which provide warmth. I also have a cheap pair of sweatpants that block out the wind pretty well (the kind that makes that obnoxious sound when you walk).
So I guess my next question is, any amazing glove liner you know about (which doesn't cost that much), or any overpants (sub 100 bucks) that you use? Thanks again.
Nov 29, 2013
For glove liners, I usually just use a pair of Mechanix gloves under my AlpineStars SMX-2 Air Carbon Gloves. That usually works out. For overpants, I have a pair of Olympia Ranger 3 Over Pants, but thats over your $100 budget.
Dec 2, 2013
I ride in Alberta and have been on the road with this jacket down to about 32 degrees with no problems as long as you keep your neck covered. The liner is excellent and your hands will freeze before the rest of the body.
A shopper asked:I am going to be ordering the FirstGear heated liner and gloves. What outer jacket would be best for this liner? I would best appreciate a waterproof jacket. Armor is important too. Any advice is greatly appreciated.
Matthew M:This is my go-to jacket. I liked the first generation one so much, I bought this one to replace it. It has been waterproof, and I did order the chest armor. The only bad thing is the magnetic collar, which holds well but is not adjustable. If I have my heated liner with tall collar on it is perfect. My son has one too, and likes his.Oct 30, 2013
Timothy N:Steve- love my freeway. Is plenty warm as is with its liner. Wear it sub zero on bike and also when sledding. Good wind and wAter protection Solidly built and thoughtfully designed. Grab one while you can as am told teknic is out of business. Oct 29, 2013
THOMAS N:Hey there. I can't answer your question about what jacket would be best with a heated liner, but I can tell you that this jacket is pretty warm. I haven't used the liner it comes with yet, as the core jacket is pretty warm. It's pretty good with waterproofing too, as long as you keep the vents closed and the jacket zipped up. You might get some water leaking around the neck down to your shirt, but nothing drastic. Wearing a helmet mitigates that, as the water will roll off my helmet and onto my shoulders usually. I've been through some very heavy downpours with this jacket on.Oct 29, 2013
MATIAS D:The color is like the photos that appears in the page when you can choose between the black or high vision jacket. In my opinion the jacket color in the video is a way off ( wash color) by the lights of the TV set or the camera white balance set up.
thomas w:looked but could not find the factory ones - even checked ebay. was going to try a 3d0 back plate and cut to fit but haven't gotten around to it yet awesome jacket and great service from RevzillaJan 2, 2014
RevZilla:As a match to your Teknic Freeway Jacket, we recommend the new Teknic Supervent pant. They have a mesh exterior that will breath well in warm weather and the pant is equipped with a removable breathable waterproof membrane for inclement weather.May 3, 2012
Teknic jacket and race suits are European cut and are more narrow in the arms, chest and shoulders than other brands. Their leathers are particularly form fitting. RevZilla recommends ordering jackets and suits one size larger than Teknic size charts suggest.
Mens Jackets (Numeric / Symbolic Sizes)
28 - 29
31 - 33
34 - 35
36 - 37
37 - 38
39 - 40
40 - 41
Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.