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Scorpion Hat Trick Jacket

Three goals, three jackets. The Hat Trick has a nylon mesh outer layer with ballistic nylon elbow and shoulder panels, providing maximum airflow for hot-weather riding. Two removable liners do the rest: One's an insulated Thermoliner to keep you warm when it's cool, and the other's a breathable waterproof liner that keeps you dry when it's wet. Simple and highly effective - a true four-season system.


  • NightViz reflective panels front and back for visibility; two inside and two outside pockets for all your cargo
  • Cool, tattoo-inspired asymmetrical screened and embroidered graphics give a total custom look
  • CE-approved SaS-Tec armor guards all critical shoulder and elbow impact areas
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Scorpion Hat Trick Jacket 4.7 5 42 42
Great jacket Good jacket, good features, very flexible in terms of the conditions it's suited for. Arms are a little bit short. Liners are not the easiest to put in and out but not terrible. March 13, 2014
Great all around jacket for a new rider who doesn't want to over commit. Jacket has worked great down to 25 degrees. Haven't used it in the summer yet, but based on the mesh, likely will work great. Wish the waste had one more adjustment smaller. The chest buckles up a bit, but that is to be expected. Very happy and love motorcycling. I finally get it !! January 20, 2014
Great purchase This is my first jacket as I am a new rider and this jacket is great. I got it on a closeout deal which only made it sweeter. There are a couple of gripes that I have with it though, but nothing major: - The high collar on the waterproof liner can be a bit irritating, my neck was a little red, but I after playing with it, it was ok. - I purchased a size Large and with both liners in, I fill the jacket, but with them both removed, it seems a little big. - The liners have a lot of buttons, so while it is secure and the sleeves won't slide up on you, it can be annoying to take out/put in as well. - The foam backpad will need to be upgraded, but no biggie. I do however like the fact that the thermal liner can be worn without the waterproof liner if wanted. And this is considered a "Summer" jacket, but I was wearing it in 30 degree weather (with both liners) and had no problem what-so-ever. I love my jacket and would recommend it to anyone. January 13, 2014
Great jacket for the price! Got this jacket for it's 3 season set up with the two liners it comes with. Great for the south/central Texas temperature swings! Breathes really well when only wearing the jacket when it's 80+ outside. Keeps the water off your body and keeps you warm when it rains between 60-80degrees. Keeps you EXTRA warm with the additional thermal liner in for those chilly 30-40 degree days as well. Reflective sections on the front and back are pretty good and the medium fits great for a guy with a size 38 chest. My only problem is the front of the jacket touches my neck when completely zipped. Not a complete annoyance, but it took a little getting used to. Replaced the foam back pad with an Alpinestars Bio Armor back protector, that fits great and gives me the additional comfort of knowing my back has some extra protection. Definitely recommended for those with a tight budget looking for a nice armored jacket. December 30, 2013
Great jacket This is a great jacket, two internal layers for multi season! that's great! December 9, 2013
Great Value for 3 Seasons I got my Hat Trick 1 Jacket on closeout in Black. I am 5'11" and 140 lbs and got a Medium, and I think it fits fine. The only thing with fitment that I don't like is how there is no zipper on the bottom of the jacket, so when I sit down it pushes up (not a major deal) and the front neck area seems to be to high up/ close to my Adam's Apple (when I sit down sometimes) that can get irritating, even though there is a little comfort thing at the neck. I'm not sure about the armor and how good the Sastech stuff is, but it feels protective, although it does move around a little bit (but not enough that it wouldn't protect you in a crash). I definitely recommend upgrading the back armor, I went with the knox tp2 back protector ($30). I do absolutely love this jacket though, because it is comfy and how often I can wear it. It usually takes me 5 minutes or less to remove/replace the liners, which isn't bad. I like the locking zippers on the sleeve, it's just a nice feature. Definitely great bang for your buck and if you're looking for a first jacket and can find this in your size, this is a good choice. The Hat Trick 2 is similar, and I assume it will be the same, if not better. December 3, 2013
Great multi-season jacket I've had this jacket for a couple of months now and I am really quite happy with the purchase. I'm not a tall guy, so the sizing was concerning but I got some great advice from Revzilla CS and they were dead on. I haven't had a chance to use it in really warm weather yet, so I can't really comment on the upper-range of temperature comfort. That being said, I've been out in 40F weather with only the insulated liner installed and wearing a mid-weight baselayer I was really pretty cozy. With the waterproof liner in I'm sure I could get close to freezing temps and be reasonably comfortable. October 28, 2013
Quality jacket Fitment is fairly standard (medium fits my 5'11" 170lb build perfectly) and build seems quite durable, aside from a loose seam in the inside pocket which was easily fixed by someone who actually knows how to sew. Other than that, it's a well made jacket. Can't speak from experience, but it seems to be quite protective for a textile/mesh jacket. All of the important parts have are covered w/ thick textile, and the armor at elbows & shoulders seems pretty stout. The back insert is rather flimsy, but can be easily replace. Airflow is surprisingly decent; I've ridden with this in East Tennessee summer heat (temps nearing 100°) and was fairly cool while moving. sitting at a red light, on the other hand, was not so pleasant. can't blame that on the jacket, though. Some other nice features include separate zippered breast pockets on the waterproof liner. They're made of the same waterproof material, which means they'd likely help protect the stuff you'd rather keep dry. There's also a strap/button on the back to attach to a belt loop, as so to prevent flashing your crack while in the tuck. Revzilla bills it as a "true 4 seasons jacket" and they very well could be right, depending on how mild your winters are. I can ride comfortably at temps down to the 50's with a long sleeve shirt and just the waterproof liner zipped in, and easily down into the 30's with the separate thermal liner in as well. Overall, I really like this jacket and recommend you get it. or not, your choice. October 22, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Thomas H: Great jacket, but scratches the chin. Terrific in summer. Would prefer to have the protective layer as the middle layer instead of the outside, third layer. Not a big issue, though. The only real complaint I have is that the zipper should have a lower release as well. I ride a chopper, so upright position. The jacket front can bunch up and shove the collar into my chin, which then scratches as I turn my head. If the jacket had a two-way zipper, I could flair the bottom to alleviate the problem. Dec 9, 2013
M T: Needed a jacket with versatility and protection Dec 6, 2013
John C: It is quality protection at a very affordable price. Dec 3, 2013
Greg M: Good looks all-in-one bang for the buck jacket!!!! Nov 24, 2013
Rahul D: This is a great jacket. Just did a 50-60 miler at highway speeds in 40's weather. My legs were freezing but my torso was perfectly fine. Great versatility. I upgraded the shoulder and elbow armor and I feel like Batman now. hehe Nov 13, 2013
Leo Hadley J: Excellent Brand Nov 2, 2013
Richard M: This was my second choice to the Scorpion admiral Oct 31, 2013
Pablo N: the price is moderate. the jacket is not used as a billboard. the company logo is present, but it isn't the 1st thing you see about the jacket. Oct 2, 2013
Kevin W: I tried this jacket on at a local store and the only other jacket that fit this well was the JR Exo 3 for $100 more. I was burning up in just the few minutes I had it on and was looking for something o provide decent rain protection and warmth with the cooler weather approaching. Unfortunately they were still asking full price so I chose to purchase it online instead of locally. Other reviews say it may work well during the warmer months as well. We'll see! Sep 16, 2013
John K: I wanted a multi-season jacket that vented well, had a European cut, excellent padding and a clean lines. The murdered out all black Phantom version of this jacket fit the bill. And has been perfect for summer riding. Sep 9, 2013
Dan M: Gearing up for first bike purchase, and looking for protection and coverage for central TX climate. Looks like down here this will be a Year-round jacket. The closeout pricing was hard to pass up on. Sep 6, 2013
Mark B: Features. In the Texas Hill Country I needed a jacket that would be very versatile for rain, summer heat, and mild cold temperatures. Aug 28, 2013
Anthony H: I was looking for a 3 season jacket for all riding purposes. This one fits the bill. Aug 24, 2013
Jerome R: Looks nice and is within my budget for my first motorcycle jacket. Aug 22, 2013
A s: Good price, good protection, good look Aug 14, 2013
A S asked: Hi, is this the back insert they're refering to in the video?: http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/forcefield-backpad-insert-pro
Which size should i get? Thanks
Jan 16, 2014
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John W: Temper Foam is what actually comes in the jacket. I went back and viewed the video again, and they do recommend the Forcefield insert as a replacement. From the size chart for the Forcefield, 003 most closely matches the shape of the Temper Foam insert. Jan 17, 2014
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John W: 1. That is not the back insert.
2. Use the sizing charts and the advice from the video and reviewers to help you determine the best size for you.
Jan 17, 2014
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A S: The video only says "force field..." and nothing else, and i haven't found any url to the actual back insert recomended, could you provide one? Jan 17, 2014
A S: Oh ok, so that is the replacement i need? Im asking because i saw two different replacements when searching for "forcefield". Thanks John! Jan 17, 2014
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A S asked: Hi, the model advertised is the one in the video with the big scorpion letters all across the chest? Or is it the one in the picture with scorpion written in small letters? Thanks Jan 13, 2014
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Kevin K: The phantom color is the jacket with the small letters across the front. The black color is the model with larger letters. Jan 13, 2014
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Andrew E: The model I received has the smaller print across the left, as in the picture. Hope that helps! Jan 13, 2014
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pierre-luc d: Small letter Jan 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: Which matches the Scorpion matte black helmet best? Jun 9, 2012
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Virago: I ordered the phantom, and it appeared to be a fairly deep black. I also ordered black pants at the same time, and I could not really tell the difference. There are, of course, the gray reflective inserts. Jul 10, 2012
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Josh M: It is a black, just not a deep black or glossy black. Matte is a good way to describe. The reflective material is a very dark grey that blends well. May 2, 2013
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RevZilla: The Phantom Black is best described as a charcoal, not quite deep black but not quite grey. Jun 13, 2012
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A shopper asked: i have a 50inch chest...what size would that be in this jacket? Sep 9, 2013
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Erik J: i have a 42 inch chest, and i got the XL (went one size bigger). thank god i did cause there isn't much extra room in the XL, but i am comfortable in it (the Large would've been too tight for sure

i do love it though. great jacket
Sep 18, 2013
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David G: I have a 46 inch chest and the XL is just a bit tight with the two liners in it. Sep 18, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is there a skull graphic on the arm of the Phantom color of this jacket? Mar 21, 2012
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RevZilla: The Scorpion Hat Trick Jacket does not have a skull graphic on the arm for the Phantom color, it just features the Scorpion logos. Mar 23, 2012
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Josh M: Phantom does not have a skull, just says scorpion on right arm in wrist area Mar 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does anyone know what's the best back armor that will fit in the Hat Trick jacket? Dec 30, 2011
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chinito2011: dude the best back armor that will fit your hat trick I have to say is the Forcefiled back insert other than the D30 back insert they fit perfect without modification except for the size of your jacket, I wear a large and use a type B size small forcefield and they both can take more than one crash, unless its badly torn. If torn I would suggest changing it. if anything call 8777929455 revzilla customer care. theyll answer all your questions and even call you right back if they had to find out. Nov 6, 2012
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GeeMan: Doesn't the Revzilla video recommend something called "Force Field"? I would try a search for that. Oct 15, 2012
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A shopper asked: I am 5'8", ~195 lbs, 43" chest with broad shoulder/chest. Which size should I opt for, considering I would want to be able to use all the liners as well as sans the liners? Dec 21, 2013
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Jason C: I went with the large and I am 6' and 175lbs. I usually where a large with most sizes. This jacket was no different, it is a bit snug with all the layers though. In terms of arms length it fits me perfect. Dec 21, 2013
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Aaron W asked: I'm a tall guy 6'6'' 230lbs. There are no more XL-Talls in stock so I was thinking about getting a 2XL. I have pretty long arms and was wondering how well the 2xl would fit me? I wear a 44-46 Extra Long Jackets. Sep 10, 2013
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Kirby P: Personally I did not like the fit of this jacket. I am 6'5" at 235lbs. I tried both the XL Tall and the XXL Tall. The difference i found between the two was that the XXL tall just had a wider body and no more increased arm length, I also found the arm length to be a bit short for a "Tall" jacket. I also found that movement in this jacket was limited because it is a tighter fitting jacket. Being tall I would look more into a jacket from Icon or Speed and Strength Sep 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: Scorpion ExoWear Hat Trick Jacket Blue colour, size XL Jun 4, 2011
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Chris K: Unfortunately I don't have a good ETA on when this jacket will return, however, you can put your e-mail in the notification box for that size to be notified when they are back in stock. Jun 7, 2011
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Mens Jackets

Size Sleeve (in) Chest (in)
XS 31 34-36
SM 32 36-38
MD 33 38-40
LG 34 42-44
XL 35 44-46
2XL 36 46-48
3XL 37 48-50
LG Tall 34-36 42-44
XL Tall 35-37 44-46
2XL Tall 36-38 46-48
3XL Tall 37-39 48-50

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
Phantom / SM 448013 115-003-42-03 Out of Stock
Phantom / MD 448014 115-003-42-04 Out of Stock
Phantom / LG 448015 115-003-42-05 Out of Stock
Phantom / XL 448016 115-003-42-06 Out of Stock
Phantom / 2XL 448017 115-003-42-07 Out of Stock
Phantom / 3XL 448018 115-003-42-08 Out of Stock
Phantom / LG (Tall) 448019 115-003-42-25 Out of Stock
Phantom / XL (Tall) 448020 115-003-42-26 Out of Stock
Phantom / 2XL (Tall) 448021 115-003-42-27 Out of Stock
Phantom / 3XL (Tall) 448022 115-003-42-28 Out of Stock