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Olympia MotoQuest Guide Jacket
As the official gear sponsor for MotoQuest Tours, Olympia owners Kevin and Karilea Rhea have been blessed to explore the globe with their team of ace international guides. When MotoQuest founder Phil Freeman asked them to create a set of gear that would protect his crew across the widest possible range of harsh weather conditions and constantly changing micro climates, they were definitely up for the challenge. After intensive design and exhaustive product testing, the formula was complete. Olympia’s “Three Layer Systems Design” which offers unmatched levels of performance when riding through extreme wind, rain, heat, and cold.
Layer One - Consists of a rugged 500 and 2000D Cordura shell that is equipped with Olympia’s exclusive Mega Vent Panel System. This system allows the jacket to transition from solid body, to adjustable airflow construction in seconds. Key features include a zip off integrated backpack with a 2 liter hydration bladder, seven storage pockets and an oversized waterproof back storage pocket.
Layer Two - Consists of a sporty, wind and water resistant Thermolite insulated, soft shell liner jacket that pulls double duty as casual sportswear. This jacket includes two side zipper pockets and a stand up mandarin style collar.
Layer Three - Consists of fully functional hi-viz rain jacket that includes a stow away knit hood with a rubberized aqua barrier and neck gator concealed under the collar. This jacket was designed to be worn both over and under the out shell as weather conditions dictate.
Mega Vent Panel System - Front, back and underarm Mega Vent Panel System transitions this jacket from solid body to adjustable airflow construction in seconds. All vent panels are permanently attached to the shells and fold neatly into self storage pockets for added convenience and easy access.
Zip Off Integrated Hydration Backpack - This handy zip off back pack can be used for storage of personal items or in conjunction with the 2 liter hydration bladder that comes as standard issue. This pack also includes an integrated shoulder harness system that helps to properly position the pack when weighted down with water or personal items.
- Outer shell constructed in 500 and 2000 denier Cordura fabric
- 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 detailing at front, sides and back
- 8” connecting zipper for pants
- Eight storage pockets plus interior cell phone pocket
- Integrated zip off back pack includes 2 liter hydration bladder
- Oversized waterproof back storage pocket with zip closure
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Reviews & Questions
I want to express my gratitude.
Bought in your store jacket Olympia Motoquest
06/24/2014 @ 2:59 PM
01/07/2014 I have already received.
I live in Russia and impressed with the speed of delivery.
Actually buying came together with the purchase of the same date from Moscow.
Now about the jacket.
My height is 6 ft 216 lb weight.
Size CL approached me perfectly.
I Climate is sharply continental winter minus 40c summer pole 45.
Jacket fantastically comfortable.
Ventelyatsiya simply stunned me.
I highly recommend both the jacket and shop.
We had cals hard rain and hail the first day followed by chilly evenings and days in the high 90s. I took the liner just in case and was glad I did.
I stayed dry during the rain and wore the rain gear outside. I stayed dry an comfortable.
Day two I unzipped the vents partially and by end of day had them wide open. With a compression shirt underneath I was comfortable as long as I was moving.
The jacket came out every night and I slept in it for two. It looks great and was handy around camp.
I plan to modify a few bits though:
1. The collar Velcro is uncomfortable and not strong or long enough. I might add Velcro or put in two snaps.
2. The tabs at the elbow gathers need a longer strip of hook side Velcro. I'm at the end of the strap.
3. The wrist Velcro is beefy but water and dust will render them useless eventually. Snaps or a zip would be great there for daily use and leave the Velcro alone after customizing the fit.
Living in Arizona it's tricky to find a jacket that can be worn in the mornings where it's 35 and the afternoon where it's 70.It had everything I was looking for, a good layering system and well ventilated.
Yesterday I rode 200+ miles, when I started out it was 38 degrees the jacket worked like a dream, no cold spots, no zipper draft, no cold rushing air down the neck, the thing worked great. I watched a few friends race motocross for a few hours and headed home. The temp was around 60 heading home. I removed the liner just to see how well the shell worked and it worked beautifully. I zipped down the breast vents about an inch and let in just enough air as needed. With the breast vents being about 10" long it gives you a lot of control with airflow and I'm sure I'll need it come summer in AZ.
The pockets are placed well and there are a lot of them. The only thing that bugs me about the jacket is the pull tables and gussets on the sleeves. The pull tabs are too big and are hard to get under gloves and the gussets do not have a defined crease so it lays down, small problems that do not detract from me liking my choice.
This jacket is as good if not better than the $800 to $1000 jackets. Olympia truly listened to MotoQuest and made an excellent adventure jacket.
The large vent panels offer great adaptability to changing temps. I can hop on the bike on a cool morning with the vents closed, as the day warms up a little just open zipper of each vent panel to allow a little air flow and then by mid day heat or when riding through technical terrain that builds up body heat, open the panels completely. So far I've worn the coat without liner down to 50F with the vents closed and up to 95F with them open. And remained pretty comfortable.
I really like that the rain liner can actually be an overcoat. I was always carrying a FroggTogg rain coat with me and the Motoquest rain coat is a great upgrade. It packs smaller and looks/fits better. My only complaint is the collar thickness with the hood rolled and stored in the collar. Almost feels like you are wearing a neckroll.
The cold weather liner is a really nice, even as a stand alone coat. I have yet to need to wear it when riding, but in test wearing I can tell it will be pretty warm. When worn with the main coat it feels like a nice winter coat. When worn alone its great for cool nights camping.
The hydration pack/backpack that comes with the jacket is a nice feature, but the bladder itself is not as nice as the camelbak I typically carry. I may try to adapt the better bladder to the Olympia pack.
Overall I am very happy with this jacket. I justified the higher price by having only one jacket that I can wear year round and has great flexibility for those cooler mornings that warm up mid day.
I am 6'2",260lb,48.5" around the chest and 43" around my navel belly(a little of that furniture figure). I have a thick bone,solid frame. I have found over years of riding in increment weather that a little loose(air pocket) is better than a little tight. That being said, the 4X was the fit for me. If you are twenty five pounds lighter, the 3X would probably work.
The jacket functions well as advertised. My only complant is the back pad is a little cheesey(not much to it).
If you are looking for a jacket designed by a rider for a rider this is the one,end of story.
The jacket is easy to install and remove the liner also.
Buy this jacket! Its worth every penny, and Im cheap!
The sleeves are long enough to provide coverage even when your arms are bent. The sewing is well done. The contrast between the black an hi-vis makes it stand out. In fact, some drivers thought I was an LEO and would move over even though I was on a Wee Strom.
There is a large range of adjustment available with all of the straps. It is long enough to not ride up when on the bike.
Unlike the pants, the armor stays where it is needed.
I wear a 48 long suit coat. 17X36 shirt. 42X34 pants. The 2X is a little tight on my stomach.
I bought this super-suit last year. Since, it has protected me for over 10k miles. I do not keep everything zipped together but wear each layer as required. As a whole the kit works perfectly for keeping me warm (down into the 30s) and dry (Houston to Atlanta in monsoon season) The inner jacket makes a great casual wear item. and the rainsuit is perfect for camp waterworld pajamas. The hydration kit works as well as any, and the zippered pack is handy as heck without the bladder too.
ONLY complaint is the small outer pockets on the chest they are almost but not quite big enough for a pair of glasses.