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Olympia Expedition Jacket

Item: P291291

Ready to ride all year round? So is the Expedition Jacket. Large vents for summer, waterproof liner for the wet and thermal liner for the chilly. Read More

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Olympia Expedition Jacket

If you’re in the market for true four season riding gear, your search is over. Olympia’s Expedition Jacket offers unmatched levels of adjustable venting plus their exclusive three layer systems designed to deliver the ultimate in all weather, multi season riding comfort. Front, back, and underarm Mega Vent Panels transition this jacket from solid body to adjustable airflow construction in seconds. All vent panels are permanently attached to the shell and fold neatly into self-storage pockets for added convenience and easy access.

Layer One - consists of a rugged 500 and 2000 D Cordura shell for maximum abrasion resistance. Olympia’s  exclusive “Mega Vent Panel System” transitions this jacket from solid body, to adjustable airflow construction in seconds. Zip down Cordura panels at the chest, arms, and back expose ballistic air mesh panels that offer additional abrasion resistance plus adjustable airflow construction as needed. Forget having to stow away or misplace cumbersome removable vent panels as these panels stay attached to the jacket and fold away neatly into self-storage pockets.

Layer Two -  consists of a fully functional Hi-Viz Yellow/Black rain jacket that can be worn both over and under the main out shell as weather conditions dictate. A stow away knit hood with a lower rubberized aqua barrier conceals neatly under the collar and fits comfortably under a helmet. This detail includes Olympia’s exclusive front and back neck gator system to provide full circumference waterproof protection as needed.

Layer Three - consists of a removable full sleeve thermal layer with authentic Thermolite insulation. This layer can be worn under the rain jacket or the main outshell. This handy zip out feature insures multi season riding comfort through a wide range of temperatures and weather conditions.

Features:

  • Outer shell constructed in 500 and 2000 denier Cordura fabric
  • MVP Mega Vent Panel System at chest, back, and arms
  • Waterproof, Thermolite insulated two stage over or under rain 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
  • Thermo weld reflective detail at side arms
  • 8” connecting zipper for pants
  • Five storage pockets plus interior cell phone pocket
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4.7 / 5.0
45 Reviews
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Bang For The Buck
4.6 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.5 / 5
Features
4.6 / 5
Comfort
4.6 / 5
Style
4.7 / 5
Air Flow
4.6 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
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
5 / 5
Thoughts From A Scrupulous Buyer
First off, let me say that I tend to do a LOT of research before buying anything, especially something like safety gear. So, I very much appreciate the thoughts and reviews of others as they have been invaluable... especially the reviews from the rest of you in a similar climate (SE USA, where it's hot and humid, baby!)

I've ridden with the liners in and the liners out, the mega vent panels zipped up, open, partially open, you name it. The typical way I wear the jacket is with it not attached to riding pants and with the liner out -- either over my work clothes or just a tee shirt. So how does this jacket stack up?

The mega vents really are mega. Sure, the chest panels open/closed does change the look of the jacket, but do you care about that when it's hot? And to be honest, I can't imagine ever needing the thermal liner outside of a few months in the year. Going down to 0-5C (32-40F), I needed either the thermal liner or simply a thicker long sleeve shirt under the jacket for speeds up to 100kph (60mph). So at least in my climate, that liner will be getting a lot of closet time. With the mega vents completely open, I have faith that this will keep me comfortable up to 30-40C (upper 80s to the 100s), or at least as anyone can be comfortable when it's that hot out.

As far as protection, they didn't skimp out. The elbow armor extends to the forearms, the shoulder truly covers the entire shoulder (and I have a big shoulder), and the spine protection does what it's supposed to. I've had some cheaper jackets before and in those I have felt like my body is being propped up with armor. The stuff in the Expedition jacket really just fits.

Now, the quality of the fabric? I haven't been in a crash so I can't speak to that. I can speak to how it looks and feels and I can compare it to top-grade gear that companies like Maxpedition put out. The fabric on this jacket is beefier than I expected -- probably the beefiest fabric I've bought with exception of a few Maxpedition products -- and it doesn't look or feel overbearing. I found myself gleefully inspecting the jacket and disassembling it once it came in the mail. Olympia really put time, attention, and money into the design of this thing. I have NO doubt this will be a buy it for life jacket. Disclaimer: I don't use any of the jacket pockets, and while I have no reason to doubt their quality, I don't have experience with them.

So... fit? They definitely cut this one a little large. I wear L sized shirts but their sizing guide put me squarely in M. I trusted them and I'm glad I did. Great fit, though I might have to suck it in a bit when all the liners are in ;).

I run 16/35 shirts and a 40S jacket. The M fits me great. I'm always worried about the collars on these sorts of things but fully zipped up and fastened I've got room to not feel like I'm being choked. I would say that if you are planning to run full liners in this then you might want to consider the L. Main reason for me wasn't so much the torso area but the sleeve openings. With the thermal liner in, the arms/wrists are a little tight for me. I should be used to this by now because that's always the case with my anatomy, but it might be worth thinking about with your purchase. That said, even though it was snug (which is what you want in the cold anyways), I never noticed it when in riding position, only off the bike.

All in all, if you want breathability and protection in a jacket that will last... look no further. This was on the upper limit of my price range (okay, fine, above my limit) but I am so glad I bought it.
February 4, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
great multi-season jacket
FIT: I'm 6'1" and 170lbs (44L blazer). I purchased the size LG. It fits me great.

This is the first "real" motorcycle jacket I've owned. Also, I've only had a half-dozen occasions to wear the jacket, so this is an early impressions kind of review.

I wanted a quality value jacket at something less than a premium price (i.e. the Toyota Camry of jackets). I also wanted a multi-season jacket that would work in the 40-80 degree spring-to-summer range of western Oregon. The fact that the Expedition jacket can be connected to matched MotoQuest pants was a selling point for me in terms of protection. I purchased this jacket based largely on Olympia's reputation for good quality at a good price.

For the most part, I am very happy with the jacket. The thermal and waterproof layers are (as you would expect) a bit bulky and awkward, but they do their job and make the jacket comfortable down to maybe 40 degrees -- depending on your base layers, the wind-protection afforded by your bike, and your tolerance for cold. Above 60 degrees or so, I pull the liners out and stow them in a backpack. I haven't worn the jacket above 70 degrees yet.

My one big beef concerns the zipper connection that allows the jacket to be connected to pants. The jacket has a thin perforated liner inside the heavy nylon outer shell. This standard kind of liner provides comfort and breathabilty by keeping the rough outer shell from resting directly against your skin. That's all to the good. What seems bizarre to me is that the the pant-connecting zipper is mounted to this thin perforated liner rather than to the heavy nylon outer shell. This strikes me as a bad idea in the same way that mounting the lower hardware of a seatbelt to a car's carpeting rather than to the steel frame would be a bad idea. It gives me no confidence in the structural integrity of the system for attaching pants. Plus the tension the pants exert on the liner pulls it and the shoulder armor (which is secured by the liner) out of alignment, which makes donning the attached jacket a challenge. Speaking of the over-worked liner, the liner also provides the internal pouch of the chest pockets. This is not an especially durable setup. I put a condo key in one of the chest pockets for a ride one time only to discover when I returned two hours later that the key had cut through the lightweight seam and vanished, which was a huge and costly bummer. Is "storing a key" outside the mission profile of a jacket pocket?

BOTTOM LINE: Despite the annoyances described above, I am happy with the jacket. It fits me well, feels secure, and looks great. The armor and heavy construction (exceptions noted) give me a sense of confidence when I ride. It performs as I hoped. If it were lost or stolen, I would buy another tomorrow.
April 26, 2015
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
An all around setup, in an "American" cut.
In researching my first set of gear, I found the jacket to be the most difficult piece to nail down. There are so many options, that I found myself a little overwhelmed at times.

This jacket (and the matching MotoQuest pants) matched up with my desired features the best, while compromising on very few design features.

My desired features were:
Leather for abrasion resistance
Rain proof
High-Vis

While this gear is not leather in construction, the 2000 denier Cordura is a most acceptable compromise. The High-Vis version is quite bright, and the included rain gear performs quite well.

The fit of this jacket is slightly large, to be able to fit most of the "American" build. My body type is slightly more slender across the shoulders, so I find myself with a little extra room in that area of the jacket.

The vent panels function very well on hot, humid, Louisiana summer days. At speeds above 10 Mph, I am comfortable even on a 115 degree heat index day. On a 70 degree morning, I almost had to close some panels as I found myself getting cold!

I have not had a chance to use the thermal liner as of yet.

I keep my rain gear separate, stowed on the bike, and don it over my jacket when needed.

The cell phone pocket is all but useless for anything other than odd nick knacks, unless you have an old-school Nokia brick, or modern day flip phone.

This jacket performs as advertised, and is well made for the price. I find that with simple maintenance, and me not thrashing it about, the jacket is showing very little wear after 3 months of regular use.
August 4, 2015
Ride:
2015 Honda NC700X
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Great product, very versatile. I would highly recommend it.
I bought this jacket to use on a ride from Phoenix through Colorado, Utah, and New Mexico. We left Phoenix in 100 degree heat and found ourselves standing in snow a day later in Telluride. The versatility of the jacket was amazing and kept me comfortable in most of the environments. It didn't do well in the triple digit heat (nothing really does) but performed amazingly well in all other environmental conditions (to include rain and snow). I was a bit disappointed with the quality armor and plan to upgrade the armor down the road. All and all I couldn't be happier with this product. It kept me quit comfortably in a variety of environments. I would definitely recommend it.
May 13, 2015
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
This jacket does everything I was looking for.
This jacket does everything I was looking for. I wanted a jacket that was wearable on and off the bike, was visible day and night, made of quality material that made me feel prepared in the event that something unexpected happened, and was breathable for the summer, but could also be warm enough for lower degree days in the fall and spring. After almost 4 months of wearing this jacket most days that it was above 40 degrees and not raining, I can easily say that I got what I wanted.
I'm 5'9", 165 lbs, and a 32 waist. I bought the medium size. I find that the jacket is a bit roomy around my mid-section. When I was first riding with this jacket in February, I thought it was nice for having all 3 layers in, and still having a little room to move. Working into the summer months I realize how much I appreciate the extra space when I'm just using the outer shell because it has room to let a lot of air move around me inside the jacket, and room for the front and back flaps to be stowed away. As a side note, the armor fits really well too.
All around, I am absolutely pleased with this purchase and its features.
June 10, 2016
Ride:
2012 Kawasaki Ninja 250R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Very good quality jacket
I am 5' 9" 270 LBS 54" chest 51" gut. Got the 3XL . Fit is very good for me , plenty room in shoulders and snug around waist. Vents seem to work great. Its hot here in AZ now so I have them all open now, but when I get up in the mountains I can zip up what ever I need to. I keep the rain jacket and thermal liner in my bag. I ride a 2007 Harley RKC.
I am very happy with my jacket.
August 16, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
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
5 / 5
A Great 3 Season Jacket
I live in Hawaii, where you have to expect everything but frigid temperatures (except the high altitudes of Maui and The Big Island during the winter)

I bought this jacket during early April, so it was already too late in the year to need the thermal liner, but it looks like it should work well in temps down to the low '50's.

But I have used it in temperatures from the mid 60's to the high 80's, with high humidity... and have experimented quite a bit with the zip down flaps.

I bought the black and white model, for its high visibility and white being a little bit cooler color to be wearing, when stopped in traffic.

Air flow is great when moving, and just having the zippers down, with the flaps still velcroed up lets sufficient air through, when riding on a warm night.

75% of my riding is commuting to work at night, so I avoid riding my bike if there is a good chance of rain..so I haven't had a chance to use the rain fly yet, but it looks well made, and I keep it in my Kriega R20 backpack. This excellent backpack is made for motorcycle riding, and hugs my back really well...and that can be a problem with the rear air panels of the jacket, for allowing the air to exit out the back. I've found that just zipping down the two zippers on the far left and right sides will move almost as much air as having the flaps all the way down. When it is really hot, I just cargo net the backpack to the pillion half of my Triumph Bonneville seat, and then open the rear jacket flaps wide.

As far as fit goes, I'm 5'8", 160 lbs, and bought a size Medium. The fit is excellent for my 39" chest and 32" waist, slightly loose, but that is without the thermal liner, so it is just about perfect. You'll notice that I graded the jacket as being large, and the reason is that the arms are a little bit long for me, even when stretching for the bars. I don't know how to measure arm length, but if you need a comparison, I took a carpenters measuring tape, and shoved it into my armpit, till it started to hurt a little bit, and measured to my wristbone on the thumb side. It is about 18". The jackets arm length is definitely not a deal breaker, tho.

I have had this jacket about 3 months now, and the red Hawaiian dirt is starting to turn the white parts a nice rusty color, so I will soon be finding out how well they clean up in the shower. The white is really bright, so i wouldn't mind if a little of the red gets left behind.

This jacket is well built, and so far i feel like it has been money well spent. The armor pads fit well, the neck doesn't chafe, and it vents well.

My grumbles are minor. The slightly long arms, the zippers on the side pockets could be a little longer, and maybe an inch lower, for making it easier to squeeze a pair of no gauntlet summer gloves in...that's about it.

I hope this helps!
July 7, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Ride:
2009 Triumph Bonneville SE
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
Great jacket
Very high quality material and workmanship. The color, fit, and style are great. Downside: the front zipper panels have to be bunched or folded to fit into the tapered pockets when you open the vents. This makes the jacket feel bulkier when the vents are opened up and tucked in.
November 23, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Ride:
2015 Suzuki V-Strom DL650
Worth Every Penny
I bought this jacket with a pair of riding jeans as an upgrade to my Olympia Avenger one piece mesh suit since I found that I was frequently either too hot or too cold here in southern Arizona. I've used this jacket in temperatures from the 40's up to the 90's, and I am comfortable every time. The armor is plenty comfortable, and it just looks plain cool. I would definitely recommend this jacket.
April 26, 2016
Ride:
2009 Kawasaki Ninja 650R
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
High quality and miles of flexibility!
Sizing is accurate to my expectations.

This jacket is made of the highest quality materials, I have no doubt it will last me many years and many miles. The best feature is the overall flexibility, I travel through all kinds of weather and don't want to carry an extra jacket. Also tired of rain gear that doesn't fit right or rips when you need it most. This jacket comes with a lightweight cold weather liner, and with a rain liner that is also a high quality, hi-viz outer jacket for rain or cold weather as a windbreaker. In addition to this, the jacket vents are AWESOME for hot weather, especially the ones on the upper inner arm area, really did a great job cooling me off on a recent 100-degree day. Not cheap, but worth it!
July 27, 2015
Ride:
2009 Kawasaki ZG1400 Concours ABS
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