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Icon Anthem Mil-Spec Mesh Jacket
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Icon Anthem Mil-Spec Mesh Jacket

The Anthem Mesh Jacket is a call to leave the car behind. A challenge to refute the air-conditioned cage and instead embrace everything enclosed transportation will never know. Breathable and abrasion-resistant Fighter Mesh construction, relaxed fit, and CE-approved elbow and shoulder Field Armor with a dual-density foam back pad are combined for both mobility and protective qualities. Get out on the road, but don’t forget to suit up with the ICON Anthem Mesh Jacket.


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Icon Anthem Mil-Spec Mesh Jacket 4.7 5 72 72
Junk within one ride I love almost everything about this jacket, but the one thing I hate is a deal breaker. It fit wonderfully out of the box and was everything I was looking for. Took it for a ride to a doctor's appointment. While I was waiting I made the awful mistake of leaving my jacket on. My sleeve brushed against the, for lack of a more precise term, male Velcro Id pouch. It apparently grabs everything including the fabric of the sleeve and any mesh part of the mesh jacket. It immediately linked to the mesh and, when I moved my arm, ruined the fabric that is supposed to keep me safe. Now I have a one ride jacket with one sleeve that looks like it is five years old. Apparently icon doesn't feel like this is an issue and is refusing to cover it under warranty. It seems to me that a jacket with a self contained design flaw is a manufacturing defect that should be warranteed. They do not feel the same way. If you are from icon, do me a favor, pull out any of those id holders and try to stick it to any of the mesh parts of the mesh jacket. You will immediately see the defect. Buyer beware. Poor customer service. Tried to upload photo, but it won't allow me because of pixel size requirement. Trust me, stay away. April 9, 2015
Love the outside Id pocket and inside pocket with cable loop. Love the look and fit of this jacket.Jacket is very comfortable with and without liner.Liner is very nice for cool days.Mesh material seems very strong.Yellow is highly visible.The outside Id pocket is very handy and Velcro is very strong.Love the inside cell phone pocket with cable loop and holder.Inside pads stay in place and don't move around,very comfortable.Awesome jacket for the money,much more of a jacket than I expected. April 6, 2015
Get White This one doesn't flow a ton of air. The weave is a bit too tight for that. What keeps me coolest is the white color of the jacket that repels heat. No more black in the summer. This jacket has a naturally relaxed fit so it's very comfortable. The armor falls in the right places and the shoulders aren't pointy. Real nice. The staggered zippers are a great touch. Icon jackets do feature some nice details. May 18, 2015
Good quality, pads move a little The jacket looks and feels of great quality. The airflow at any speed is great and the styling is very sharp. The zip in liner isn't all that thick but it should do fine throughout the fall in Indiana. My only complaint is that the shoulder and elbow pads tend to move around a little. Overall, I would highly recommend. May 18, 2015
The color stands out. The jacket isn't to bad, its a little tight in the neck area and just a tad short. Could use a bit more reflective on it. No complaints other than that. March 22, 2015
Love it so far! I've ridden with the jacket several times and so far I'm very pleased with my purchase. The first ride the temp was in the middle sixties and even with the liner in I could definitely feel the cool air. With another layer of clothing or a sweat shirt on I think it would've been perfect. So for me at least, I think with temps much below about 55 degrees, the jacket won't be adequate without an additional layer of clothing. On rides on warmer days, with temps in the low 80's, it's perfect. Great air flow and I like the snug fit. I also like the armor and the hi vis color. I feel like I'm easily seen and don't blend in with the surroundings. The jacket sizes do seem to run large. I usually take a medium to large but after reading the reviews and on advice from the great Revzilla rep, I ordered the small and it fits perfectly. In summation, I'm very pleased with the jacket and highly recommend it. March 17, 2015
Great buy on clearance! Great jacket so far. The removable liner is great for mornings that are a little cooler, but even with the liner it still flows some air. Remove the liner and it flows like crazy. The jacket appears to be of high quality materials and has pretty good features such as the liner, storage pockets and protection. I normally wear a Medium in shirts/jackets and based on other reviews I ordered a small and fits perfectly. I'm 5' 6" 165 and athletic. The jacket is a loose fit anyways and even with the liner I feel like I could comfortably wear a hoodie underneath. April 30, 2015
Great airflow Didn't have any kind of riding jacket. Watched your 2015 video guide for textile and mesh jackets. Needed a summer fall riding jacket. Found this one on your site for a great price. Received jacket and within the first ride knew I had the right jacket. Airflow was more than I expected. Only draw back is the back protector is a little flimsy, but still a great option as a commuter jacket. April 27, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Charles E: Reviews were good. I live in South West Florida. Very Hot and Humid in the Summer. I hope this jacket cools things doen. May 25, 2015
Arthur D: hi-viz summer wear May 17, 2015
Charles B: value May 13, 2015
Julian T: Safety. May 12, 2015
Jason C: Needed a replacement summer jacket and couldn't beat the Revzilla price :) May 8, 2015
Ray W: Want to be more viable to other drivers because they do not see you. I also need to get onto military bases. Apr 24, 2015
Paul B: Price and reviews Mar 29, 2015
Nicholas S: video, high visibility color Mar 25, 2015
David K: Relaxed fit and the mesh for warm/hot weather riding. Also the Hi-Viz was a factor as well as the protection this jacket provides were reasons for selecting this model. Mar 2, 2015
R W: I have the Anthem Orange Mil-Spec Jacket, and it fits perfect. The Yellow Jacket will allow me to swap off Jackets now and then. The Yellow will most likely Replace my Fly CoolPro II Jacket, sice the Anthem Jacket is built better. Aug 14, 2014
John S: The Hi-Viz color ( visibility to distracted drivers) was my main motivation followed by protection and air flow. Reading the other reviews gave me comfort before ordering. Aug 10, 2014
shawn m: Mesh jacket loose fit hi vis color and its not three hundred plus dollars. Jul 21, 2014
Mariane A: Hi visibility and good ventilation to wear it in warm weather. Jun 6, 2014
Matthew V: Nice 3 season Jacket with a zip in liner. Has armor and Hi-Viz, what I was looking for as a novice rider. May 23, 2014
T H: built well May 13, 2014
Price D: Reviews, I ride in hawaii and need something cool and that I can wear on base. Oct 21, 2013
Robert J: Particularly like the bold visibility. Also, like the relaxed fit and comfort features for the seasons in which I ride - in the South,
that Spring, Summer and Fall only.
Aug 19, 2013
William M asked: What is the black pouch on the front of the jacket? Aug 20, 2014
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Robert J: That pouch is an ID holder. Has a clear face so that a rider, entering a facility
requiring ID, can detach the velro-attached ID holder and show it without having to fumble around getting an ID from a zippered pocket. When I ride, I use it
for my DL and charge car, and a few dollars in cash. At first I was skeptical that it would stay attached, but in two years I've had it, it has always stayed attached to the jacket.
Hope this helps.
Aug 22, 2014
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Aaron H: It's a removeable badge holder pocket. It has a clear plastic window so you can put in a badge (i.e. Military ID) that you would want to show without digging around in a pocket with gloves and stuff on. It has a regular pocket as well, so I've just used that rather than the clear window. It comes off, but there will still be a black velcro patch in that spot. Works well if you routinely go someplace where you have to show a badge to get in. Aug 21, 2014
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Ryan B: The US military realized a lot of young men were dying from motorcycle accidents on and off base while in the US. Therefore, they introduced several requirements relative to helmet use, high visibility gear, etc. This jacket is called "Mil-Spec" because it meets those US military standards for safety. The reason it has a black pouch is to display your military ID. Aug 20, 2014
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Keith H: It is a Velcro patch that holds a pocket holder for credentials mostly military IDs for riding onto and off the bases. It can be removed which I did. Great jacket for hot weather riding. Aug 21, 2014
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Matthew V: It is like a wallet for an ID. Behind it is a rectangle of Velcro. I like the jacket but didn't have any use for the velco or the ID wallet so I removed it with a seam ripper. Aug 21, 2014
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marco f: Hi William! It is a belcro, I use to pyt my gloves, in that way you don't forget it in any place...
I hope my answer can help you...
Drive Safe Marco
Aug 21, 2014
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James D: The pouch is a removable ID holder that can be flipped open with one hand. Most military riders wear a plastic armband with their ID for quicker base access. Aug 20, 2014
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Price D: It velcro attaches to the jacket. It can hold your ID for easy access if you need to show to security personnel at miltitary or other security gates. Aug 20, 2014
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Chris E: It's a pouch to put your ID in that can easily be removed to show someone. Specifically for going through the gates at military bases. Aug 21, 2014
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Paul R asked: Hi I am 6 foot and about 115kgs, large chest. Do you recommend XL or XXL? Jan 7, 2014
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Thomas C: I have the XXL, I'm 6' 2", same weight, big chest, wider shoulders, and longer arms & torso. Fits me great without the liner since I use this as a warm weather jacket. It gets a little tight with the liner in at the shoulders and arms.

For the money, it's a great jacket. Going to get my son this coat too. I'm also planning on upgrading the back protection for next season.

Jan 8, 2014
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Aaron H: Paul,
I'm 5'11" and about 70kg and a medium is big on me. I was close on sizes and went up, so at least in the smaller sizes they seem to run big. I'd try the XL. Good luck, I really like the jacket.
Jan 8, 2014
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Robert C: XL should do it. I'm about your size and have 2XL. Wish I had XL instead. Its a bit bulky and arms a tad long. Good jacket overall. I also got the upgraded back protector, very nice. Jan 7, 2014
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marco f: Hi Paul R! I think is XXL, beacuse is more confortable when you drive...
I hope sinserely this help you.. Think Before You Drive... Marco F.
Jan 7, 2014
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A s: I am 6'1' 230lbs the XL fits perfectly when I'm wearing a t-shirt. If you dress in layers or don't like a snug fit get a XXL. Jan 7, 2014
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edward m: I think an XL will work fine. It made to fit loose while still protecting torso Jan 8, 2014
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Michael B asked: Since this jacket has no collar at all, should I be concerned about a sun burned neck under a full face helmet? Mar 26, 2015
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Price D: I just tried on my orange version of this jacket, paired with a Bell Bulitt. My daily commute is short (3 miles) so I have never had an issue with sunburn, however, there is an area of my neck from the collar of my tshirt to the base of my helmet that would be exposed to sunlight.
If I had a long commute on a sportbike I would definitely have sunburn on my neck.
When I bought this jacket one of the first things I noticed was how loose the collar was on me. It fit's larger and more loose than what some of my other (Roland Sands, Alpinestars) jackets fit.
I generally just use this jacket for riding on base and for the airflow it provides. I would not use it as a long commuter.
Mar 26, 2015
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GEORGE W: Yes, the back of your neck could be subject to sun exposure, especially if you have a longer neck. But personally, I would not want my warm-weather jacket to have a high collar. I usually wear an evaporative cooling neck wrap on hot/sunny days. A conventional bandanna would also work. Mar 26, 2015
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Aaron H: Depends on your riding position. There is no collar and the neck opening is fairly large so it is certainly a possibility. Mar 27, 2015
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edward m: living in Virginia we have extreme Summers high humidity lot of heat and I never experienced any type of sunburn. Mar 26, 2015
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William H asked: Will the klim D3O back protector fit this jacket? Jun 8, 2014
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Matthew V: Very Likely. I have the Icon D30 back insert which fits great. The Kilm is the "Pro" version which is the same shape but thicker, should fit fine. Jun 8, 2014
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Jonathan L: I have no idea if it will fit, I don't own any Klim products. Jun 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: Which Forcefield back protector(s) are compatible with this jacket? May 10, 2014
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Icon Men's Jacket Sizing

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Yellow / SM 886763 2820-2476 Out of Stock
Yellow / MD 886764 2820-2477 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Yellow / LG 886765 2820-2478 Out of Stock
Yellow / XL 886766 2820-2479 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Yellow / 2XL 886767 2820-2480 Out of Stock
Orange / SM 886758 2820-2471 Out of Stock
Orange / MD 886759 2820-2472 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Orange / LG 886760 2820-2473 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Orange / XL 886761 2820-2474 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Orange / 2XL 886762 2820-2475 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours