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Teknic Sprint Jacket

Teknic textile jackets make sense. They are versatile garments that can keep you dry in the rain, warm in the winter, cool in the summer and provide excellent protection. Features like waterproof/breathable membranes, zip out liners, Teknic body armor, Cordura outer shells and waterproof zippers create a value second to none. 

Shell Material:

  • 600D Cordura
  • Powerskin breathable waterproof membrane

Inner materials:    

  • Removable full-sleeve thermal liner with 140g Multi-Layer Fiberfill insulation

Protection:

  • Knox “Lite” CE in shoulders
  • Knox “Lite” CE at elbows, in Advanced Elbow Pocket
  • Armorshield Spine guard included    
  • Molded shoulder cups

Additional Features:     

  • 2x shoulder vents, 1x exhaust vent
  • Pack’n’Go Liner Storage system
  • Integrated under helmet rain hood
  • Integrated kidney belt system
  • TASC stitching
  • YKK zippers
  • 6x Outershell pockets (all 100% waterproof)
  • 1x Large Rear Map Storage Pocket (100% waterproof)
  • 3x Internal pockets
  • Bicep & Forearm Snap adjustment
  • 360º 3M Scotchlite reflectivity
  • 8” pant connection zipper
  • Belt loop connector

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Teknic Sprint Jacket 4.9 5 47 47
Great cold weather, wind and rain protection I measured as a size 44", but ordered the 46". Fits nice with room for a sweatshirt/layering underneath. The sleeves are a bit long, but the large velcro adjusters at the cuff stop them from slipping over my hands. This jacket is warm and moves with you, you don't feel like you are fighting the armor and lining. Lots of adjustment straps and buttons throughout this jacket. It was an amazing price and for the first time I feel I have a jacket that will protect me when the riding weather turns nasty. January 13, 2014
Excellent Winter Jacket This jacket is sweet! Purchased this as my main winter jacket and boy, am I glad I did. With just a t-shirt underneath, this jacket keeps me plenty warm below 35 degrees. Lots of pockets and fine adjustment points. Quality is excellent and I feel the level of protection is up there. I also purchased the Knox TP2 back insert to replace the foam pad that comes with the jacket. I feel good when I'm riding with it on. I'm 6'1" and 255 lbs with a 46" chest. Not an athletic build at all. Bought a size 46 and it fits pretty true to size overall but there's just some extra space in the chest area(Prob just need to hit the gym, lol). I also love that there's a belt loop to hook up to any pants. If you been eyeing this jacket then just buy it! You won't regret it. Sad to see Teknic is longer around but take advantage of the great pricing while you can. December 25, 2013
Too bad they are gone. A great jacket. Keeps me warm and dry here in SoCal. This jacket will defiantly be too much come Summer, but I'll wear it every day I ride until at least April. It's huge on me; I had to send the first one back and got one two sizes smaller(which is still, as I said, Huge). I love it, if there any any left as you read this, and you ride in the rain and cold, get one. December 23, 2013
A tad warm, but awesome! The good: Completely waterproof, I've ridden in utter downpours and anything this jacket covered remained dry. Although I don't have a crash report for you I can say that the armor stays in place and the Cordura speaks for itself. There are plenty of pockets to store anything for you desire. The fact that the liner easily zips in and out allows for use in a variety of climates. The bad: I've worn this jacket for a whole season now and gotten to experience temperatures from 50 F to 95 F. In hotter temps (80 F+), even with the liner out, you will be sweating up a storm. The coat could definitely use more ventilation, but hey, the only way to really stay cool in hotter temps is to go fully mesh. In the cooler temps this jacket excels, but dip below 50 F and you might want a few layers under it. December 17, 2013
Love this Jacket!! It's very stylish and keeps me warm when riding. I have ridden with this jacket down into the high 20' and love it. I would say that this will keep me warm with temps down to the teens. December 6, 2013
Comfortable - Well made - High Quality Love this jacket. Amazed at the quality and comfort for the price Revzilla if offering. I'm 6,3 204. Originally bought the 48 but felt it was just a bit too big. Returned and swapped out for the 46 which was bang on! ( thanks Revzilla!). If you're thing about buying this jacket, do yourself a favor and buy it. November 25, 2013
excellent Great jacket for the money, can't believe they went out of business with such a fine product.. November 25, 2013
Fantastic Cold Weather Jacket I was specifically looking for a jacket for when it is under 50 degrees. This jacket has little to no airflow which is what you want when it's cold...so keep that in mind if you plan on using this jacket when it is warmer. I rode the other day when it was 25 degrees out, and I was toasty warm in this jacket. November 18, 2013
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Wade T: don't need a new jacket right now but the price was too good to resist for a great jacket. I have tried it on in the past and it was going to be my next jacket anyways when I needed one. Mar 29, 2014
WILLIAM T: closeout great jacket for the price Mar 4, 2014
David H: great for weather up here in the north Mar 3, 2014
Kevin R: Was cheap and on sale, and I needed a smaller jacket since I'd lost a bunch of weight, but I needed the jacket to be waterproof. This works great. Feb 5, 2014
Michael P: Need a nice, thick, waterproof jacket with lots of pockets for long runs. Great sale price, awesome Revzilla staff and subtle graphics make this a perfect jacket choice for me! Dec 21, 2013
Daniel S: Good price, excellent reviews, sharp looking jacket. Dec 18, 2013
Taylor R: Well rounded jacket that seemed to match my climate of riding and had the benefits of some aspirations id truly love to try out sometime. Nov 26, 2013
Patricia K: My sons wish list Nov 22, 2013
Michael M: Price and reviews. Nov 15, 2013
Anthony B: The price was impossible to beat for the features. Having already reviewed/received this item, it has worked out to be an AMAZING jacket. Too bad Teknic is no longer in business, because they made a solid product. Nov 13, 2013
Vance P: It fits a bit larger than my other Teknik jacket, but I can fit sweaters under it easier that way. The armor doesn't shift much, which is the important part. The liner is good at keeping the heat in as well. Not sure how it will hold up in the dead of winter, but so far so good. Been staying very dry so far in the rain, been caught in a couple of downpours lately. I will say the neck opening is rather large, so some cold air gets in that way. Time to get a scarf! Nov 8, 2013
Alexander R: Its my first jacket and I desperately need a winter coat and this was highly recommended, I'm hoping for the price that i cant go wrong.. Oct 24, 2013
allen s: It was a great price and it has really good reviews. I look forward to receiving it! Oct 23, 2013
Karen H: Close out sale is fantastic deal! Oct 22, 2013
Gerard G: Good reviews and informative video, I like the style and it was a great close-out deal. Oct 17, 2013
DENNIS G: Video Review was very good. The built in protection features. Good Styling. Great Price. Trusted Brand. Oct 13, 2013
Jeffrey E: Warm, functional jacket. It's got a lot of nice touches that you only see in jackets twice the price, My fav is the built-in rain hood. Oct 2, 2013
Edward M B: Quality and price, but unfortunately it is too large and I'm returning the jacket. Oct 1, 2013
mark s: I liked the style and price. I was looking for a good winter jacket for riding in. Sep 27, 2013
A shopper asked: I'm 6'2", about 200 pounds, with long arms. is the 46 a good fit for someone like me? Nov 14, 2013
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William H: I would think so. I am 6'4" about 230lbs, I wear a 36" sleeve and a 17" neck (i.e. 17/36) fitted shirt and the 48 fits me great. I love the jacket and it is very warm, I left out this morning and it was only about 20 degrees (F), I did keep my suit coat on (normally I don't) and I was comfortable on my 55 min ride into DC. I also have the TCX Xmove boots and love them too. The jacket has alot of features and is very warm. Hope this helps. Nov 14, 2013
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Reg M: I am exactly the same size as you with a 34 inch sleeve. I wear the Sprint size 46 with liner and a cotton turtle neck in cool/cold weather. I was just out for 3 hours in 45 degrees and was comfortable but I tend to run warm. My only minor beef is that the neck closure is a little short. This was noted in the reviews and is an easy fix. I just add a fleece neck warmer when needed.
Well worth the sale price as my cold weather go to.
Nov 14, 2013
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Ronald T: I'm 6'1 and have been between 190 and 220lb since buying this jacket (size 44). It's always fit well because of the built in adjustment. At my heaviest the fit was snugger, but I could still insert the liner and ride without discomfort. I suppose I have normal arm length, but I'd say the cut is generous enough to accommodate longer arms. And if all else fails, Revzilla has a great return policy! Nov 15, 2013
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Daniel M: I can answer it this way...I am 5'10" 230 with broad shoulders and about a 46-48" chest and was very happy with the size 48. The Jacket has been roomy enough for layers without being too bulky. The arms on my jacket appear 'normal' length so I cannot really help if it would fit someone with long arms. Nov 14, 2013
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Julian Andres C: Hi. I think it might be a good fit, a little loose on chest and sleves. But if you want a more thight fit you should buy a 44. Any size you choose its an excellent choice it now depends on your stile. Nov 14, 2013
Michael G: Prob not. I am 6'4" with long arms and the arms are almost too long on me with the 42. It is also pretty spacious in the chest, but I don't have a very large chest so that could vary for you. Nov 17, 2013
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Anthony B: I'm 6' ~190 and the 44 is a tiny bit loose. The size chart is pretty accurate, so I'd measure your chest. The arms run a bit long as well, so you'll probably love the fit! Nov 14, 2013
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Craig M: I am 6'1" and about 205 and the 44 fits me like a glove. If you want extra room I guess the 46 would do that but the 44 feels perfect to me. Nov 14, 2013
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Tyler K: I am basically the sane size and the 46 fits me perfectly. I love this jacket. Nov 14, 2013
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David W: I'm 6'3 and about 215 pounds and it fit me perfectly! Nov 21, 2013
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Alexander R asked: Ok I would like to order this for my first jacket, I measured my chest and its a 42, so taking the advise from the site and because all they have is a 44 that's what Im thinking of ordering however when measuring my fat stomach its a 38 and looking at the size chart they day that a 44 chest is automatically a34-35 inch waist a 48 chest would be a 37-38 inch chest?? So my question is what size should I order? Should I just go by chest size and disregard waist size? Oct 23, 2013
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Timothy W: This is an awesome jacket. It is sized way too large, though, and, for example, a 44 fits like a 46.

My best advice is to watch the RevZilla video and pay special attention to the narrator when he points out what size the big model dude is wearing. He's a big guy, and (I think) the narrator says he's wearing only a 42!

So, judge your size according to that beefy guy, and don't be afraid to buy a size or two smaller than you normally would.
Oct 25, 2013
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Jimmie K: Buy the size that fits your chest and shoulders. This jacket is more "straight down" than a tailored fit, so the 44 chest should fit your 38" waist just fine. I have this jacket in a 46 and have to cinch the velcro straps way down to be snug around my 34" waist. It may be a bit snug with the liner in (the liner is thick), but I don't see why it would be unmanageable. Oct 25, 2013
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Ian K: I say order the 44. Mine is a 46, and I love it. I have a 42 chest with a 39 waist and the adjustable straps on the sides work well to get the right fit. I ordered mine a size up to layer underneath. I am also a cop and I can wear my external body armor underneath with no problem. How this helps! Oct 24, 2013
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Jose L: Get the 44, the waist will be snug, but that should protect you from the cold coming from under the jacket, besides Revzilla has a great return policy and if you need to change it for another size, it will be easy peasy. Oct 30, 2013
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Carsten B: I like this jacket, but it is hard to guess the right size. I bought a 44, which is snug for my 35-35 in waist but is a bit loose in the chest/shoulders. Hope this helps you Oct 24, 2013
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John G: Based on my experience, I would go with the larger size Oct 31, 2013
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Jonathan J: Yeah that's what I did and the fit is fine for me Oct 24, 2013
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A shopper asked: i dont have access to a phone right now, but im wondering about sizing, my chest is roughly 42, sleeve length is 25, and waist is 36. According to the size chart im right in between a 42-44, but i dont know what one to get, do these run small, or big? Oct 26, 2013
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Donald T: I just rode in my Teknic Sprint jacket this morning so I think I can answer your question. I say it runs a little large. I am 6 foot 2 and about 225 pounds with a 44 inch chest and I wear the 46. The 46 is a little large for me but I got it so I can layer chest armor. The Jacket is roomy in the arms and shoulders. The wrist and the waist have velcro adjustments to tighten. The 44 would fit you but if you want more of a snug fit then go for the 42. Oct 29, 2013
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Bill A: I believe they run a size smaller compared to American sizes, I am also roughly the same size waist at 34, and went with a 44 and have plenty of room at the waist if i got bigger. arm length is great. i am thinking of getting another of these jackets and storing away, as they are awesome! kept me dry on 10hr wet monsoon ride. keeps me warm on cool rides, and now have heated liner replacing the standard thick liner! Oct 29, 2013
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Dan D: Sorry. Just saw the email. I bought a 48 as that what my other jackets are and it fits a bit loose. Not too bad and I am ok with it since it is really a winter jacket for me and i would be wearing other clothing underneath. If you want it tight but comfortable go a size smaller. Nov 6, 2013
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thomas w: Go with the 44. Great jacket with a nice tapered fit. I am 43 chest 33 waist have the 44 and it is close fitting w the liner. This jacket vents great btw if you only zip the outer zipped. Worked gray this summer and is transitioning well into fall. Nov 3, 2013
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Henk B: Take a 42. You will egt it on comfortably with one or even two sweaters underneath.
Regards
Henk
Oct 31, 2013
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Jose L: I am a 48, but ordered a 44 and I am really happy with it Oct 30, 2013
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Chad B asked: I'm 5'11", 180lbs with a chest measurement of about 43in and a belly around 38. I'm about to pull the trigger on the size 44, but just want to make sure I won't be swimming in it. For size comparison, I tried on a Tour Master Transition 3 yesterday and the medium (44) fit me like a glove. Any thoughts? Thanks! Oct 31, 2013
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eric l: Hey chad I'm 5'9" 170 and my size 42 fits perfect. There are plenty of adjustments to make it tight or loose. I have a KLR and mostly ride off road. This jacket has a good removable liner and kept me warm and very dry through snow, mud, rain. A little hot in the summer, but it's designed for 3 season. You will be very happy great jacket at a great price.
Only con I have is the zipper does get stuck if you zip it up fast, but no problem if you're careful.
Oct 31, 2013
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Richard J: The jacket is boss but a tad larger. I'm 5'10 190# and the length in the arms is a little too long and sit on tail. If you can get a 43 I'd do that. You're a little bigger than myself I and a 42 chest. As for the workmanship its a top notch jacket and the liner I'd nice and warm. I've already seen 30° weather here in the south and it kept me comfortable. If it is a little bit that's good too for that price. Oct 31, 2013
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James L: I have a 44, am 5'9 190 and with the liner in it fits snug, but is not uncomfortable. I can't speak to the comparison of the TM jacket but based on your description I think you'll be good in a 44. I've worn this jacket all season and am very happy with it. Oct 31, 2013
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Henk B: Hi Chad, If you like a lot of room around your self or if you are planning to travel with an extra couple of sweaters underneath then a 44 will be fine. If this is NOT the case I suggest a 42, there will still be ample room for you and if you have thick arms too. The jacket is a slightly tight fit around the chest but it makes it feel more sturdy. It is a very good jacket and certainly is warn even with only wearing a t-shirt underneath. I wear mine daily and prefer it to my leathers. Hope this helps you. Regards
Jack
Oct 31, 2013
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Chad B: Just a follow-up.... got the jacket and it is indeed a tad large. Not enough to return though- sitting on the motorcycle everything feels good and all armor is in it's place. What an awesome jacket! Nov 5, 2013
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Lee T asked: Your rear photo in the ad shows a reflective stripe but the video shows a large reflective patch. Which does the jacket actually have and how can you show two different jackets? Sep 4, 2013
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thomas w: I have the hiviz version. It has a large hiviz patch with a reflective stripe above the patch. I am on my way home from a trip through WA's north cascade mtns. I've been through hi wind rain and all kinds of temps. This jacket is great. The fit is a bit more athletic then most. Buy it! Sep 25, 2013
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Dan D: I have the yellow jacket. The yellow jacket has a big yellow area on the back like in the video. I am guessing that the black one only has a stripe across the back. Either way its a great jacket. VERY warm btw. Sep 26, 2013
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Anthony B: I have the Black version. There are two reflective stripes on the upper-back and the brand name "TEKNIC" is also reflective on the butt. Oct 24, 2013
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Brad J: The black jacket just has the stripe, the high-viz/day glow jacket has the larger reflective patches.
Brad
Sep 25, 2013
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Lee T: too bad all hiviz sizes are out of stock Sep 25, 2013
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Jeffrey E asked: Is this jacket compatible with the zipper system in the Teknic Supervent Mesh pants? Sep 7, 2013
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Carsten B: I don't have the pants, but I checked the jacket. It has a small(~6in) zipper in the back at the waistline, and a few snaps. Hope that helps. I have not worn it yet because it has been too warm. Sep 16, 2013
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John G: Sorry, don't know for sure since I don't own the pants -- like the jacket however Sep 16, 2013
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Jose L: The zippers are compatible with most brands of pants, but BMW Oct 30, 2013
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Jeffrey E: I ended up buying this jacket, and the answer is YES. Sep 30, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is this jacket for 4 seasons? Is the liner thick enpugh for Winter? Thanks Jul 9, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, the Teknic Sprint Jacket is a true 4 season jacket with full sleeve thermal liner to get you into the colder months. However, everyone has a different cold threshold to which they find it just too cold, but that varies from person to person. Jul 10, 2012
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Patan: I think this is a 3 season jacket, winter, fall and spring but all depends on where do you live, here at Buenos Aires the liner is thick enough cause we almost don't face less than 25F¬? on winter but if you live on Alaska I think this will not be enough for the coldest days. May 31, 2013
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A shopper asked: My summers are hot and humid (90-100 degrees).

Will this jacket be too warm?
May 28, 2013
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EnduroMan: I think you would be too hot in this jacket at temp above 80 degrees because there is not enough air flow. Look into mesh jackets. May 30, 2013
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A shopper asked: hey im 5'4" and would want to order a 40 but worried about the sleeve length would this be an issue? Nov 6, 2012
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Vroom: Sleeve length always seems short on this type of jacket, but that is usually due to the fact that you don't want it too far down your gauntlet glove as it would bind up. There are only a few brands that sell tall length jackets. Nov 30, 2012
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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)

SizingChart
Size Chest (in) Waist (in) Sleeve (in)
38 38 28 - 29 25
40 40 30-  31 25.5
42 42 31 - 33 26
44 44 34 - 35 26.5
46 46 36 - 37 27
48 48 37 - 38 27.5
50 50 39 - 40 28
52 52 40 - 41 28.5
54 54 42 29

 

Size Chest (in) Waist (in) Sleeve (in)
SM 42 32 26
MD 44 34 26.5
LG 46 36 27
XL 50 40 27.5
2XL 52 42 28
3XL 54 44 28.5

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full Teknic Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 46 818215 210-749046 Out of Stock
Black / 48 818216 210-749048 Out of Stock
Black / 50 818217 210-749050 Out of Stock