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Power Trip Women's Lola Textile Jacket
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  • Heavy duty Polymide mesh and nylon outer
  • Removable waterproof liner
  • CE rated protectors in shoulders and elbows
  • Removable spine pad with pocket for optional CE protector
  • Adjustable waist
  • Adjustable sleeves
  • Snap loops for attaching jacket to belt
  • Reflective Stripe

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Very nice! I've been trying to find a good mesh jacket for summer riding for a while now. Being tall (over 6ft) and having ridiculously long arms has made it difficult for me to find anything that works. I'm around 34A-32-36 and 160lbs. The medium fits me well. Very nice looking jacket. Simple but stylish with some nice little details and a feminine cut. For the price I paid, I'm very happy with the choice. June 21, 2013
Fabulous mesh jacket, perfect styling! Have been shopping for a good mesh jacket with some feminine touches without the whole "pink" thing... this is a perfect jacket, fits well, has some great features, like velcro strips to customize the fit a bit more, zippers on the side bottom edges so it won't ride up while you're riding. It also has tabs to slip through your belt loops to keep it from flapping if that's an issue. Great pockets and a removable waterproof liner. It came with armor in the shoulders, upper back and elbows. AWESOME. It will be perfect for our ride from SW Colorado to the Grand Canyon next week... I'll feel protected AND cool! August 29, 2011
Nice jacket! Stylish, yet simple. I have only worn this jacket once, but I am quite pleased with it! After trying on several jackets that were bulky or had short arms, this one was nice and fitted, the arms were long enough, and it looks great on!I am pretty tall and have long arms and this jacket fits great! June 7, 2011
Great Jacket! This jacket is sturdy, and has slightly more structure than the Joe Rocket air mesh. There is solid material across the shoulders on front and back, and across the bottom, but it is mostly mesh (with a zip-out liner). I'm 5'6", and generally wear a 14 (38DD bust), and while that size might have fit, from other reviews I read about the jacket being very fitted, I order the XL, which was a good choice, since it gave enough room in the shoulders and chest, but could be cinched in at the waist with the velcro straps in back. The jacket is mid-hip length (3/4 length), and the bottom side zippers which allow room for sitting on the bike are perfect. Good spring, fall, and summer jacket, but even with the liner, I think you'd need a lot of layers or heated gear for winter. If temps are over 90 (like when I rode in TX), you might be a little cooler with the all mesh Joe Rocket, but the styling of this Power Trip Lola jacket is definitely more feminine, and more proportionally aligned for women. (I've got the Joe Rocket, and it is boxier, and everything about it seems built a bit short.) June 26, 2009
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A shopper asked: What's the temperature range on this jacket? Warm enough for the fall? Is it really reflective? Jan 9, 2012
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RonD: I just tried mine at 25 degrees and without heated gear under it, that is what I would call minimum (behind a fairing). Definitely warm enough for fall. Very effective - no wind got inside, glove gauntlets easily covered the end of the sleeves. Very reflective. I checked it in a dark room with a flash light and it is reflective from any side. Also, in hi-vis, it is very noticeable in daylight. Jan 16, 2012
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Simplecow: Although this is the first winter I've owned the jacket, and I live in So. California, it does well in our version of 'cold'. Some days I wear it to work, even though I don't ride to work, to keep me warm on the cold mornings (lowest temp. I've worn it in was mid 30's; lowest temp. I've rode with it on was low 50's) Jan 25, 2012
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A shopper asked: What is the difference between EE rated armor and CE rated shoulder and elbow armor? Aug 5, 2011
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mmmpies: CE is a European standardized rating scale of motorclothes armor impact absorption. There's a adequate explanation of that scale and benchmarking techniques here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motorcycle_armo

EE I've never heard of, so your question piqued my interest and I did some research on it. Interestingly enough, that jacket's description is the only place I found the EE rating mentioned; you'll see it both on Revzilla's site and other motorclothes vendor sites. I couldn't find anything whatsoever about it being an actual rating scale, so I think it may just be a typo in the description the manufacturer sent to vendors.
Aug 6, 2011
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Bott: EE can mean a couple things. CE is European Conformity. It's CE rather than EC because it's Lingua is French.

If you really want to get technical EE is generally followed by another letter such as EEC which is the specific directive. Or EEA which is an economic zone of manufacture.

Missuse of this is a major issue, but generally limited to Chinese manufacturing.

EE standard is related to poultry so... not sure what you mean there.
Aug 17, 2011
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Womens Jacket

SizeSleeve (in)Chest (in)
W/XS0-2
31
31
W/SM4-6
32
33.5 - 34
W/MD8-10
33
35 - 36
W/L12-14
34
37 - 39
W/XL16
35
40 - 41
W/2XL18
36
41 - 44

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

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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/Black / XS 372999 PTT841-1001 Out of Stock
Black/Black / SM 373000 PTT841-1002 Out of Stock
Black/Black / MD 373001 PTT841-1003 Out of Stock
Black/Black / LG 373002 PTT841-1004 Out of Stock
Black/Black / XL 373003 PTT841-1005 Out of Stock
Black/Black / 2XL 373004 PTT841-1006 Out of Stock
Black/Black / 3XL 373005 PTT841-1007 Out of Stock
Grey/White / XS 373006 PTT841-1301 Out of Stock
Grey/White / SM 373007 PTT841-1302 Out of Stock
Grey/White / MD 373008 PTT841-1303 Out of Stock
Grey/White / LG 373009 PTT841-1304 Out of Stock
Grey/White / XL 373010 PTT841-1305 Out of Stock
Grey/White / 2XL 373011 PTT841-1306 Out of Stock
Grey/White / 3XL 373012 PTT841-1307 Out of Stock