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The Teflon-coated, waterproof/breathable Hycor & Ripstop Raiden DKR shrugs off weather and thick brush with casual ease and a hardcore ADV attitude. Read More

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Icon Raiden DKR Jacket

Built to endure the roughest and toughest enduros, the Icon Raiden DKR Jacket brings Icon's technical expertise to ADV fray, kicking up dust and mulching trails along the way. Designed from the bottom up to compliment the Adventurous lifestyle, the Raiden DKR Jacket  features a totally waterproof/breathable Hycor chassis that is Dupont Teflon coated and seam sealed to create the ultimate barrier. Venting is provided through strategically placed zippered vents that mitigate moisture buildup and keep air moving. The main zipper is gusseted and features a magnetic storm flap and exclusive Hydrolock zipper.

Half as heavy as its predecessor, the Raiden DKR Jacket’s Hycor chassis provides all the waterproofing, and crashability but with less fatigue during extended rides. Removal of excess snaps, zippers and pulls further decreases the weight of the garment and enables a much improved fit.

Competition use in the Baja 1000 led us to slim the profile of the body and arms to not bunch when standing up. The DKR Jacket works with you, instead of against you.

Modularity is key to the Raiden DKR Jacket so that you may modify as the ride and conditions change. Twelve pockets, even a seat pocket, add trail carrying capability. D3O impact protector suite, hydration system routing, and three exhaust vents create a jacket that is prepared for whatever your ride may hold.

Features:

  • Raiden relaxed fit
  • Honeycomb Ripstop chassis with laminated Hycor membrane
  • Waterproof
  • D3O impact protectors - shoulders, elbows, back
  • Insulated and removable Thermolite Plus full liner
  • 2 chest vents
  • 2 pit vents
  • 1 exhaust vent
  • Sublimated chassis
  • Get Block waterproof chest pocket zipper
  • YKK waterproof zippers
  • Double storm flap with rare earth magnet closure
  • Hydration system hose routing
  • 3M reflective accents, rear storage
  • Ballistic nylon paneling
  • Three position elbow protector pockets
  • Fully taped seams
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4.7 / 5.0
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4.7 / 5
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4.7 / 5
Comfort
4.8 / 5
Style
4.8 / 5
Air Flow
3.8 / 5
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5 / 5
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4 / 5
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5 / 5
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2 / 5
great COLD weather jacket
I've only had one quality issue with this jacket. The waterproof chest zipper quit sealing. Otherwise the construction of this jacket is very good. This jacket is basically a tough shell with great inserts, btw other zippers are beefy and awesome. The issue is hot temps and trail riding. The vents don't really open up, so the air flow is constricted to slim slots. This means hot days this jacket is like wearing a black garbage bag, and trail riding it is easy to overheat except on cool spring/fall days. Positive tho is this is an awesome cool weather jacket. It's legit waterproof, it blocks cold air, fits well, is tough material, looks good, great pocket size, and is a lot of bang for your buck. Just understand this jacket cannot do heat. This is fall/winter/spring only, and you can overheat this jacket quick doing slow technical riding.
October 31, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
Best Deal on a Jacket
Just picked up this Jacket in the blue color. The only size left was a XL or a XXXL, So I got the XL, I am 5' 8" and 240 lbs 49" chest and its fits amazing. I was a little worried but its amazing. Have not had it long but great first impressions.
October 9, 2018
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
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Large
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3 / 5
Value for money nothing better
Super well made , does evert thing you want and more. Just a really well thought out jacket thats totally water proof and a good cooler weather 3 season.
September 30, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
Excellent choice
I initially was on the fence regarding this jacket. Get it - don't think twice.
Bang for the buck - 5/5 - at 37% off, including all the armor. Most jackets sporting similar build quality don't include the back protector; the DKR comes with the d30 level 1 protector. After riding a few days with it, I'm loving the armor. it's much more flexible than the knox found in my old jacket.

Protection and durability - 5/5. the shoulders and elbows are covered by a heavy weight cordora. It feels like it would definitely hold up in a get-off. Level 1 D30 inserts in the shoulders, elbows, and back.

Features - 5/5 - contains the perfect amount of pockets - 2 handwarmer pockets. A waterproof inner pocket. 2 mesh pockets that can hold a ball cap. Another inner pocket that unbuttons on one side, so it can be moved inside the insulated liner. And, a lower back pocket to stow the liner. Speaking of the liner, it has one continuous zip up the side, over the back of your neck, and down the other side. Not a deal breaker for me, since I never plan on wearing it alone as a destination liner. There are strategically placed mesh cut outs corresponding to where the zip open vents are located. You can wear the liner on those days when it's in the 50's in the morning, and open it up for airflow when it's in the 60's and 70's on the way home. I plan on replacing it with a puffy jacket when it gets into the 40's.
The rare earth magnets closing the front main zip are just plain cool.

Comfort 5/5 - sans liner, I've worn it to work when it was 60 in the morning, then home at 85. I was comfortable regardless. I have a mesh jacket for summer.

Style 5/5 - the jacket looks fantastic. I got the slate/orange.

Airflow 4/5 - with the chest, pit, and back vents open, it flows plenty of air to be comfortable at 85. This is a vented, waterproof jacket -- it's not mesh. Currently, in PA, it's 90 with near 100% humidity. I'd be sealtering in it right now. I'm on the fence regarding the "monkey paw". If I cut it out, it would flow air up the arms. I'm going wait until late fall to see if the benefits of the paw justify keeping it.

Fit - The jacket does fit slightly large. I'm 5' 9", 145 pounds and went with the small. The arms are the perfect length. There's plenty of room in the jacket to fit a hoody and synthetic puffy this November. I haven't my elbow armor moving much or being in the wrong place.
August 6, 2018
Purchased
8 months ago
Ride:
1985 Honda CB450SC Nighthawk
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
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Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
Do it all jacket!
On sale this jacket can't be beat. Rain or shine, hot or cold this jacket has you covered. I've been commuting and touring in this for a year now in 40-100f weather. Chose this for the full compliment of D3O, liner, venting and water resistance. Only way I would improve this jacket would be to add some arm vents and maybe more abrasion resistant material to the shoulders and back. Fit is a little big, I usually wear an american large, medium fits perfect. Love it and never ride without it.
July 27, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Amazing Looks & Bang for the Buck
I’ve been out a handful of times (including a 60mi ride this past weekend) and I love this jacket. It looks and feels great… just listen to Ryan F9’s review.

Price:
I got my Red/White/Blue jacket for $250 on closeout, so I would DEFINTIELY say it’s worth it… and even for $400, I would still say it’s worth it depending on your budget and style of riding. I mean it comes with D3O shoulders, elbows, and back protection… that’s a steal to get with a jacket this comfortable and stylish.

Riding:
I plan to do a lot of dual sport/commuting riding in the coming year, and this jacket is certainly up for the task so far. I don’t plan to ride in the cold/rain if I can help it, but this should have all the warmth/dryness that I could hope for (will update if I encounter cold/rain that this thing can’t handle). I’ve worn it on a cool day (maybe in the 50s? Fahrenheit) and the insulation was making me sweat a bit, so I took the liner out for this past weekend’s ride that was in the 80s and it was fabulous.
With the liner out, I don’t recall having any complaints in the 80+ degree heat. I had just gotten a new helmet that was doing a spectacular job, and I kind of forgot to actively pay attention to how the jacket did… that being said, I had the vents open and was doing between 25-55mph at any given time during this recent ride and when I got off, I wasn’t sweating or uncomfortable or anything.

Comfort/Style:
Like I said, I got the red/white/blue and this jacket is extremely comfortable and looks great. This version is very visible, without being a harsh ugly highlighter green/yellow. I really do still enjoy seeing it every time I pull it out of the closet. Not much else to say here other than you’ll be comfortable and protected, while probably also having one of the coolest looking jackets around.

Protection:
Have not had firsthand experience with any crashes/skids (and hopefully never will), but it seems to be very durable material and stitching. Revzilla and Ryan F9 do good reviews of this jacket, so I’m going to trust them and hope I never have to find out how good or bad this thing is in an emergency.

Fit:
I’m about 6’4” 200lbs, 42in chest, 35in arms, and the Large fits me perfectly. I’m not sure about their sizing chart on this one because that would put me in an XL-XXL, but I certainly don’t want anything bigger than my large. I normally wear a breathable undershirt with some kind of light long sleeve shirt underneath the jacket, but it definitely has enough room for layers/a hoodie that’s not too thick.

Likes:
THE LOOKS! It’s comfortable, waterproof, has multiple pockets both inside and out, comes with D3O armor, and has removable insulation. I personally like the monkey paw; maybe it will get a little stuffy on a super hot day, but overall I don’t have a problem with it – other than sometimes it gets a little velcroed to my gloves and I just worry about it starting to fray. It also has an attached zipper area that I assume can connect to the matching pants, but it also has these little loops that close via a button that I put through my belt loops to keep the jacket from riding up during a potential slide. The magnet flap on the front to cover the main zipper from the elements is also really cool…. I don’t know why I like it so much, but I just think it’s still so cool when you zip this baby up and the flap pops right into place with no effort. I really don’t know what else you could ask for (without getting too pampered) that this jacket doesn’t give you.

Dislikes:
Nothing too major for this jacket… I will say the neck is kind of stiff and sits up straight since it’s not really tall enough to fold over, so it can kind of rub or poke you in the neck which isn’t super comfortable. That being said, I don’t really notice it while I’m riding since I’m focusing on other things – and I’m sure it’ll break in with some time. Sometimes the armor can also shift around a little on my arms since it doesn’t have straps to keep the sleeves in place, but honestly that is a super minor complaint and it is really fine about 99% of the time.

Potential (minor) Improvements:
Some kind of straps to hold the vents open, straps on the sleeves to add a little more adjustability, a hood that could come up from the neck under the helmet to keep any potential rain off your neck, monkey paw connected to the removable liner.

Final Thoughts:
I love this thing, both how it feels and even more how it looks. I would 100% recommend to anyone looking for a 3-4 season jacket. For the average rider looking for an all-in-one jacket for commuting or dual sport riding – look no further.
May 22, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
9-month review, year-round rider
I've ridden almost 4,000 miles this past fall-winter-spring, including 20-80 deg and some rain. This jacket is my friend.

FIT: I'm 6'1" 225 lbs with an athletic build. This fits great in the arms and shoulders (mine aren't *huge*) but is a little large around the middle, which allows for some layering and airflow. I wish there were little adjuster tabs in the arms and sides.

PROTECTION: CE1 D30 armor and material that is similar to 840D Cordura (same abrasion resistance as Kevlar but more prone to tear). Great at this price point.

WATERPROOFNESS: Not GoreTex but I've never been wet.

WARMTH: At 20-30 deg, I use the provided thermal liner plus an expedition-weight fleece top. I haven't ridden with it in HOT conditions yet, but the vents are adequate up to at least 80-85 in my experience.

QUALITY: Material is durable. Zippers are solid. There's a little pilling in the velcro cuffs after 9 months. My sense is that I'll clean and spray this with waterproofing sealant before next winter.

FEATURES: Where this jacket really shines. Well-placed pockets are everywhere! You could nearly eliminate your tank bag if you didn't mind falling on this much stuff should you go down. I don't mind the monkey-cuff things, but I, like others, wish they were sewn into the liner instead of the shell.

SUMMARY: I think this is the next-best option to a Klim that's 3x more expensive.
May 4, 2018
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
Very comfortable jacket with good, D3O protectors in the shoulders and back. The thermal liner works decently, however when it gets into colder weather you'll need to layer a sweatshirt or something underneath anyway. The liner is a pain to take in and out because of the snaps that hold it in. The collar is very wide, even when buttoned so expect air to get into the jacket there. Cuffs Velcro nicely, but it can be a pain when your gloves also have Velcro and keep sticking to your cuffs when you're putting them on. Includes mounting points for a hydration pack which is good if you ever decide to get one. I've heard that the clip for the hydration pack hose which is on the front left of the jacket likes to catch gloves or the cuffs of the jacket. I haven't had this issue but I also flipped the clip around so that it's less likely to catch on the way down. The ziplock pocket on the front of the jacket is an interesting concept. I haven't had any water get in so I guess it works just fine. There is no shortage of pockets and I have not gotten any water in any of them. Riding through the rain is no big deal as no moisture gets inside at all. There's also a zipper attachment on the back so you can zip your pants to it and prevent air/rain from getting in. The vent zippers work well, moving decent amounts of air. But the zippers are difficult if not impossible to open/close while riding so plan ahead and open your vents as necessary before moving. The jacket looks pretty slick too in all colors so you can't go wrong. Go off the sizing chart and it'll fit fine with a bit extra space for a sweatshirt. All in all, a very good jacket for the price.
May 2, 2018
Purchased
11 months ago
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Awesome in all weather
Purchased after reading all the reviews on here. Have been using flat out for about 4 months now in rain and 40 Degree heat (in Australia) and it performs flawlessly. Would recommended. Style is on point as i have had heaps of people ask where they can get one in the blue also.
April 30, 2018
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
That comfy jacket that you'll always reach for
Not too much to add here that other have not already, but this jacket runs BIG. I am 6' 1 and 195 with broad shoulders. Fully zipped up I definitely look and feel a bit chunky but that contributes to the comfy jacket feel. Some folks hate the d30 armor and write it off as flimsy but it seems legit based on youtube videos - I mean don't be a moron and take this to the track as it is definitely CE rated 1 armor. I do still wish it was level 2 but all in all not bad for the $250 price tag, and wish the fit was just a tad tighter.
April 23, 2018
Purchased
11 months ago
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I live in Buffalo NY and mornings are cold, and since I would like to prolongira My season I needed a Good all season jacket that will give me a comfort and at the same time not to break my budget.
Slobodan B on Oct 3, 2017
Seems like a great deal on a highly regarded adventure/dual sport jacket
S C on Sep 9, 2017
I live in Buffalo NY and mornings are cold, and since I would like to prolongira My season I needed a Good all season jacket that will give me a comfort and at the same time not to break my budget.
Slobodan B on Oct 3, 2017
I've always wanted this kind of extroverted ADV jacket, but couldn't afford it until now. Thanks Revzilla!
GUSTAVO D on Sep 26, 2017
Seems like a great deal on a highly regarded adventure/dual sport jacket
S C on Sep 9, 2017
recommended by a friend
stephen c on Aug 4, 2017
good venting system, D30, waterproof, great color and design
Jon W on Jul 27, 2017
Research
Gary P on May 11, 2017
I needed a winter outfit to deal with the huge rainstorms that the Bay Area was having. This fit the bill pretty well!
Connor E on Apr 5, 2017
Love this in blue/yellow... very visible. Super-warm in the winter with the liner, and well-ventilated the summer. I cut out the monkey-paw... just wasn't for me. The zippers are very strong & feel sturdy. I love the chest pocket... perfect spot for my earplug stash.
Mark R on Mar 20, 2017
Good reviews, I like the look and there seems to be a lot of thought put into design. Also I love Portland :-) And I like the simple selection. When I go to other sites like Alpine, it's too much to dig through and I give up lol.
Jeffrey V on Mar 5, 2017
Looks and function, quality jacket.
Hillary C on Oct 8, 2016
style
Kevin C on Sep 16, 2016
The review looks like it should suit a lap of my country on the big kato !!! Hopefully the postman doesnt drag his feet !!! Thks
Craig K on Jul 2, 2016
Saw a couple of Tiger 800 riders riding the BAJA 1000 with Raiden equipment and have been looking for a good all around jacket. The video review was a good selling point. Revzilla is an outstanding company to do business with, I have met Anthony and their Philadelphia store is close. All good reasons to do business with them.
john m. m on Nov 21, 2015
It is totally waterproof yet lightweight. Has good d30 armor, very easy to move in, not restricting at all.
Douglas S on Sep 2, 2015
Didn't work out. Too puffy.
D A on Aug 30, 2015
Loved the color scheme (matched my gloves, ICON Hypersport Pro Shorts). Loved the protection aspect. Loved the 4-season capability.
Alex L on Jul 30, 2015
super moto and awesome blue color
jesse g on May 5, 2015
Protect my torso...as much as you can on a motorcycle...then pray hard.
C. Antonio A on Apr 14, 2015
I've always wanted this kind of extroverted ADV jacket, but couldn't afford it until now. Thanks Revzilla!
GUSTAVO D on Sep 26, 2017
recommended by a friend
stephen c on Aug 4, 2017
Is ICON going to be releasing a new Raiden jacket that the DKR is on closeout?
Nicholas D on Sep 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I suspect they're on closeout to make room for newer styles. The shelf life of motorcycle gear is pretty short and we're always looking for the latest fashion.
designed and developed in Portland OR (home) ... gotta have! Is the sizing oversize like the "Patrol" was or is it true to the chart?
PETER B on Feb 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have a 48" chest and got the 2XL. With out the winter linear it is a little big but I wanted to be able to wear the winter linear with heated linear and not have to worry about it being too small. For me this works perfect. Alittle big in the summer so vents work better and just right in winter to stay warm.
How well does the laminate hold up? Sometimes after a lot of use, a waterproof coating can begin to weaken around joints -- I've seen this in the elbows of ski jackets.
A shopper on Jun 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: ive had my jacket for over a year and its still waterproof- i guess it would depend on how its handled eg. a lot of rough dual sport/ adventure, if its machine washed alot etc. i try to machine wash mine as little as possible and resort to wiping it clean and washing the liner more.
How high up the arm does the monkey paw go? Would you be able to fit a full gauntlet atop the monkey paw or would it collide with the stitching connecting it to the jacket?
Byron M on Mar 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It would collide with the stitching although the gauntlet gloves would go over the sleeves.
Will it hold up to constant rain?
A C on Jan 31, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I was caught in rain about a week ago and it worked great! Honestly when I wash it I kinda spray it down to get mud and stuff off it
Hi I’m 6 feet no meat(160lbs)! I feel like a small the arms will be too short but the medium way to big in the chest. Shirts and jackets I buy are always medium but by the sounds of it I should opt for the small?
Craig L on Feb 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yo -- I'm 5'10-11" and skinny too (155lb or so) but have long arms; the medium fits good enough, I think. It's a relaxed fit, for sure, but there are elastic waist cinches that help a lot, and the jacket layers well with a hoodie underneath. I don't think the small would have long enough arms (but I didn't try it). It doesn't noticeably flap at highway speeds, and moves well otherwise.
How's about the fitting on the neck? it seems a little bit wider, does it let any unwanted air get inside through that zone?

tks
A shopper on Nov 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You're right, the neck is a bit wider than a tighter fitting sport jacket but I haven't had any issues with air seeping down into the jacket. The back of the neck does have a tendency to roll down just a bit leaving that part exposed. Not a deal killer by any means but it does happen from time to time. This is a great jacket!! Not the absolute warmest but keeps most of the cold out with a good layering underneath.
Is the slate Dark Gray or purpleish like the video?
Luis P on Oct 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Depends on light. Mostly look dark gray
I have a icon overlord textile jacket in medium and it fits a rather snug and short, I was thinking about getting this in a large but I know it's a different fit so what size should I get?
Sean W on Aug 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I have the DKR jacket. I am 5'8" 165 lbs and the small fits perfectly, so they run a bit larger than my other jackets which are mediums. Hope this helps.
With no long underwear how cold temps will this handle??i live in Minnesota
A C on Jan 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: 30 to 40+ rain,the Raiden is awesome,the only down fall is wind blows the jacket up a little.Money well spent ! If you have the pants 30 and below no problem.
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