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Olympia Dakar Jacket
Equally suited for on and off road adventures, Olympia’s Dakar Dual Sport jacket delivers the ultimate in multi-season riding comfort. Equipped with a sporty two stage, wind and waterproof, Thermolite insulated liner jacket, this style delivers true multi season riding comfort. Its unique Three Layer Systems Design allows you to customize its function by simply adding or removing appropriate layers as needed.
Layer One - Consists of a rugged outer shell cut in authentic Cordura nylon with ballistic mesh panels for maximum airflow and superior abrasion resistance. Two flap covered chest pockets plus two zip flap lower cargo pockets and a waterproof back pocket offer multiple storage options. For added safety in low light situations, 3M Scotchlite reflective material is located at the chest, shoulders, collar and back.
Layer Two - Consists of a sporty two stage waterproof breathable liner jacket cut in rugged rip stop nylon and features mandarin style knit trim collar, two waterproof zipper pockets plus an interior cell phone pocket. Forget having to stow away extra personal gear as this liner pulls double duty as functional sportswear.
Layer Three - Consists of a removable thermal layer with authentic Thermolite insulation. This zip in, zip out feature insures multi-season riding comfort through a wide range of temperatures and weather conditions.
- Outer shell constructed in 500 denier Cordura fabric with ballistic airflow mesh panels
- Waterproof, Thermolite insulated two-stage liner jacket
- Removable CE approved Motion Flex armor at elbows and shoulders
- Removable CE approved Motion Flex articulated back protector
- Cool mesh airflow lining
- Custom Fit detailing at collar, cuffs, elbows and waist
- Comfort neoprene framed collar
- 3M Scotchlite reflective piping at front, sides and back
- 8” connecting zipper for pants
- Eight storage pockets plus zippered waterproof back pocket
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Reviews & Questions
The search: I bought this jacket after looking for a Swiss Army Knife kind of jacket product that would do lots of things well and line up to the type of riding and climate/weather. I was not disappointed.
Thoughts: Protection. I have been riding for the better part of off-and-on 50 years and am getting back to more regular BMW GS Enduro kind of riding. If scrambling is still a word in motorcycle lingo, I am not so interested in that anymore, but do want the ability to be comfortable on the pavement and do an occasional fire road.
Kit: Okay, there's the outside mesh jacket, which I will spend some detail writing about in the next few paragraphs. Short story: It's great. There is a windbreaker-type rain jacket that either just slips inside the mesh shell quickly for a throw on or zips inside the mesh shell, which is very well done. For convenience, I picture mostly doing the first instead of the zip-in thing. The rain jacket is a completely finished and ready to wear jacket by itself -- excellent detail. The last part of the kit, remember that everything can be zipped together or used freestanding up to now, is a thin, high-tech thermolite insulating layer. It is not a finished product to be worn freestanding. So, don't do what I did at first and put it on by itself and start fussing that the zippers would not come together (because, as my wife pointed out, they zip or slip [if in a hurry] inside of the rain jacket -- and fits perfectly, too :). So, as Roseanne Roseannadanna used to say, well, then nevermind. This is seems a bit overwrought at first, but makes sense as you think through how the jacket functions. Bottom line: Excellent versatility, but a bit cramped when everything is zipped into place. I felt like the junior version of the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man from Ghostbusters. Well, maybe not quite like that, but I was feeling bulked out. I may appreciate that bulk at 11,000 feet next November on Mount Baldy near Claremont, CA.
Jacket: Air, ventilation, protection, air-----------please. The Dakar is a great choice, as it provides gobs of air circulation, especially when riding through Death Valley in May. I bought the large (in Grey/Black) and appreciate the features. I will give you just a few unexpected surprises about details and a few nits, too if you promise to keep in mind that I am super happy with this purchase.
Cool details: Wetsuit type collar top roll to cut down on chafing. 3/4 length with longer back tail (goes down over hips). Gusseted zips on both sides to allow jacket to relax and spread when you are seated on the motorcycle. Double heavy YKK zippers. I like being able to have the jacket zipped and then opening the bottom for air and so the jacket does not bunch up on the fuel tank/seat. All zippers have nice rubber pulls and a few have a kind of zipper docking station that I really don't know their function, but appreciate the detail. The armor is the good stuff, but doesn't make one look like the Star Wars Stormtroopers of the Evil Empire. And, for armor, it is fairly comfortable. Some pockets I read somewhere are waterproofed and some not. I haven't figured that out yet, but will before our first storm (or, as they say, mist anywhere other than in Southern California).
Nits on details (okay, some are misses): The slash handwarmer pockets are small and chintsy. A hand barely fits, so one would not feel comfortable in putting keys in the pocket without zipping it closed. And, tell me if I am wrong, how is one expected to go to a motorcycle or car show and enjoy looking around, if there are no good pockets in which to put your hands? Come on! In front of the (on top of) the handwarmer pockets are very shallow horizontal pockets not large enough for much more than a tube of ChapStick -- seems like a huge lot of hooey for nothing. Maybe I will discover their special purpose as time goes on. The sleeves are way too long. Okay, I know that we need more sleeve when riding, but Olympia's model must have been an orangutan. I think I am going to have some serious money invested in tailoring the wrist cuffs. If Olympia has figured out the tailoring of pants hems so easily, why in heck can't ---------- okay, I'll move on. This jacket is a 2014 model, yet the inside cell phone pocket is still made for a Motorola flip phone, so my three-year-old, iPhone 5 won't even fit. Good grief.
Overall: This is an all-time jacket. Olympia is top shelf quality and built for an American build, which is great to find. Revzilla has been terrific -- decent prices, excellent service, and a world of variety and choices. Anthony's myriad of helpful video reviews are super informative, Andy in Customer Service deserves a medal. He treats me as if my dumb questions are important and answers them patiently and ensures that I am happy. Bravo and thanks.
The fit is slightly American. I normally fit XL jackets to conform to my torso, but due to my wide shoulders and long arms(6'1",47" chest, 225) I went into XXL and it fit like a glove. The outer zipper was rugged and durable, exterior pockets were more than suffice in space(also exposed to air/rain/temp), stitch was high quality.
Airflow is amazing on this jacket. It's a great 3 season jacket. I felt comfortable in 85 degree,some what humid weather. Stay at traffic light long enough and you'll start to get warm. I wouldn't wear it under 45 degree unless I had some layering underneath besides long sleeve. I found the waterproof barrier did excellent job keep wind/elements from getting inside. On top of insulated liner, you have wide range of temperatures you can ride in. I rode in heavy rain and the jack did amazing. Remember to keep valuables/sensitive items BEHIND the water barrier.
The separate windbreaker/waterproof liner could be a handy campsite jacket for keeping body temp close and keeping you dry. Nice feature of the multilayer jacket.
The collar on this is perfect. I didn't find it intrusive when I kept it open or closed. Closed did great job keep my neck warm to just under my helmet without irritation or annoying comfort. The adjusters on sleeve and torso work great for when you strip the liners in and out, keeping the jacket conformed to your body based on insulation needs.
Zippers worked great, no issues. Only one negative to post out of everything. Small pockets behind the water barrier. I can fit my iPhone 4S w/small otter box sleeve, but anything bigger than that, forget it. Make sure you got a dry bag, waterproof tank bag, or panniers. Again, you cant have ultra waterproof jacket and expect it have airflow like this one. It's a trade off. The armor seemed to stay in place and conform well to my frame.
I highly recommend this jacket for someone looking for mid-grade level jacket for 3 seasons and great air flow, and option for a very high visibility jacket.
over 2 years ago
I wouldn't say the fit is too relaxed. With the liners in it hugs but it isn't too tight. With them out it feels great.
The armor on the shoulders and elbows is passable but the back armor is useless. The first thing I did was buy the Alpinestars Nucleon KR-2i back protector and then I took a kitchen knife and cut it to fit in the jacket. It feels great back there.
I plan on upgrading the shoulders and elbows but they feel pretty solid so I don't have to do that right away.
I would call this an all year jacket for SoCal. The liners can make it really warm and with none in it's better than air conditioning.
People on here complained a lot about lack of pocket space and that almost scared me off. I bought it anyway because I knew that Revzilla would take it back if I didn't like it.
I am glad I didn't pass on it. This has a ton of pocket space! Two huge ones on the chest with Velcro flaps, one inside the chest with zipper for your phone and wallet, two good sized hand warmer pockets with zippers, on top of those are two pouch pockets with Velcro flaps and the flaps on those have small zippered pockets and then a huge waterproof one on the back.
It turned out that people were just complaining that this mesh jacket didn't have enough waterproof pockets. This is a warm weather jacket. Waterproof pockets would prevent airflow. If you had your rain liner in on this and got stuck in rain you could put everything in the big back pocket. If you plan on using this jacket for a lot of rain you should probably look at a different jacket.
For a warm weather jacket at this price you couldn't ask for much more. It has great versatility and amazing style.
All told, if you're looking for a three season jacket for the Rockies or other similar climates (i.e., generally cool), this is a winner. Live in South Texas or Miami? You'll melt with all three liners in (even in what passes for winter down there), so you might look for a lighter weight piece unless you want to get something for cooler climes on your next long distance ride. With all three liners in place or ready to use, the versatility of this rig is amazing.