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Oxford Montreal 2.0 Jacket

Item: P321894

The Montreal 2.0 Jacket is chock-a-block crammed with features: pockets galore, multiple adjustment points, vents for hot and liner for wet. Read More

$199.95
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Oxford Montreal 2.0 Jacket

The weather has been locked out of the Oxford Montreal 2.0 jacket through a comprehensive list of defenses. In case of showers or cooler weather, a wind- and waterproof layer is provided, which can be worn inside or outside the jacket. A unique rain hood is hidden in the collar which can be worn underneath the helmet to avoid water seeping in the neck area.

Features:

  • 600D Matt Cordura outer shell with nylon dobby reinforcements
  • Double zip storm-flap system in front
  • Waterproof pockets lower front and rear
  • Water-resistant zips on all air vents
  • Cooling is delivered through a system of lock-open air vents, including cuff adjusters which double as ventilation
  • Multiple adjustment points on arms and waist
  • Reflective detailing for improved visibility at night
  • Neoprene edged, synthetic suede collar and easily adjustable, soft-edged cuffs
  • 8" YKK Vision zipper connects with all Oxford pants
  • Memory foam back pad
  • CE level 1 shoulder and elbow protectors included with pocket for optional back protector (sold separately)
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4.5 / 5.0
35 Reviews
5 Stars
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Bang For The Buck
4.7 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.2 / 5
Features
4.4 / 5
Comfort
4.5 / 5
Style
4.5 / 5
Air Flow
3.8 / 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
4 / 5
Crazy value 4-season jacket
I did not buy this jacket from Revzilla since it was available locally, but I like this new product lineup from Oxford so much that I am posting this review in support of both Revzilla and Oxford. A little bit of background info, I am currently in a Southeast Asian nation with a hot and humid climate (25-35°C with 80-90% humidity), but when it rains, it's a real frog choker. There are also areas where the temps can go as low to 5-10°C complete with mist all around. I do have a mesh jacket and rain suit combo, but in the hottest of days, the hot air flowing around makes my sweat dry too quickly without giving my body the chance to properly perform evaporative cooling. Trust me, in climates like this, you'll feel WAY hotter the more you are directly exposed to the sun and hot air, which explains why people in the desert cover themselves from head to toe instead of just going around nekkid.

I have the Desert color scheme and I've gotten a lot of compliments on how I look in it. The sport rider look is no longer "in" around here these days and the fad seems to have switched to Dakar wannabe styles, but all those pockets sure are practical.

The Montreal 2.0 is a deservedly 5-star jacket since you get a lot more than what you pay for. My only gripe is with the Hipora waterproof liner along the length of the arms not lined with mesh to aid comfort, since our arms always sweat first and thus my arms always get a bit clammy when wearing this jacket. The solution is to wear a base layer with long sleeves or get a pair of those cycling sleeves made from moisture wicking material. There's a bit of a calf material on the wrist and this helps avoid chafing which is a great touch.

Also, the opening of the back protector pocket is a little small and if you want to upgrade to something stronger, you might have some trouble putting it in there. Again no big deal.

The non-removable, laminated Hipora liner itself works great and I've read people say that its wind blocking ability is a bit less than Gore-Tex, which is actually good for the tropics, since it allows a little bit of extra airflow. This is actually in line with my experience so far. Just don't forget to zip up the second set of zippers (of the Hipora inner itself) and the vents before heading out into the torrential rain or you'll get a damp chest. I never got soaking wet while riding in the rain even with all the vents opened but the damp feeling can make you feel quite uncomfortable.

For the really cold mornings the thermal liner is there and can be stowed away in the back pocket with a bit of fiddling. It is not styled, lightweight and you can't wear it separately as a destination jacket but it's no big deal.

I like the waterproof phone/gadget pocket on the inside of the right side, but I don't think there are any loops to route cables around the jacket. The left side has a pocket with detailed care instructions, but I suspect the text will fade quickly because of constant exposure to sweat, so might be best to take a quick phone pic of it for future guidance.

The collar design is also very nice. It doesn't get mentioned much but the collar has several adjustment points and you even get an extra snap on the left collar if you want to ride with a bit of the main zipper opened up. The inside of the collar is fleece lined (red fleece to boot) and the back of the collar hides a waterproof hoodie! I'm not sure if this is supposed to cover your entire helmet or be worn balaclava style, but I've tried doing the latter and no, rainwater don't get anywhere through the collar opening. Thoughtful design.

All the vents have a snap next to them which allows you to keep the vents opened wider in really hot weather. Another nice touch. However I suspect all the "AIR VENT" printings on them will fade away sooner than later.

I wear this jacket along with the Oxford Ranger 2.0 pants and all in all, I'm very impressed with them, but they're still a bit too heavy for daily commuting in SE Asia's notoriously bad urban traffic (very slow speeds, very aggressive drivers/riders and very hot weather. Add sudden rain to all that and you'll wish you never went here). If you live in 4-season areas with much better roads and traffic, I'm sure this could be your only jacket for commuting, touring or adventure riding.
January 18, 2016
Ride:
2013 Suzuki GW250
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Incredible jacket for a small price
This jacket looked like it was at too low of a price point to be as good as it is and I was incredibly surprised by how much I like this jacket. I bought this jacket primarily because my current one is not close to water proof and the armor was too loose unless I was wearing a heavier sweatshirt underneath.

Fit. Overall the fit is solidly "American". My previous jacket was an "American small" and it was still pretty roomy inside. The Oxford jacket is similarly sized but the adjustment straps allow you to make it a perfect fit. I found the the chest measurements listed where true to size.

Vents. My previous jacket had a few vents, but on hot summer days it wasn't always enough. While the weather is cooler right now I can already tell that the available vents will be a huge step up for summer cooling. The chest and back vents also have a snap you can use to hold them open wider for even better venting! There's also vents at the ends of the sleeves which will be very welcome.

Rain. The included rain jacket is easily attached to the inside of the coat and feels pretty substantial. It's also marginally warmer on colder days.

YKK Zippers. The double zipper on the front of the jacket is great. It keeps out all wind and water BUT you can still access the inside chest pocket without having to undo both zippers (just the outermost one).

Pockets. There's a decent number of them, but they're great. The two front pockets are nice and roomy and open *from the top*. No more paranoia about stuff flying out of my pockets and neurotic "did I close it?" checks. Behind the front pockets there are openings so you have somewhere to put you hands on cold days (please not while riding) and they're very nice while making the trek from your parking spot to the warm cafe. There's is also a large back pocket that I'm not sure what to do with yet. If you're riding with a passenger they can keep easily accessible snacks/maps/phones/etc. The three inside pockets, all normal, nothing super notable other than the one that's accessible without completely opening your front zippers

Armor. The included armor is basic, but does the job. The only notable bit is that the elbow armor is inserted from the *outside* of the jacket. This might seem odd, but it's much easier to access and there's no chance of catching your fingers on it while putting the jacket on (which annoyingly happened all the time on my last jacket).

All in all, I am very pleased with this jacket and I think I'll be wearing it for a long long time.
November 25, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Ride:
2013 Honda NC700X
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
good value, very happy with fit
As this is my first motorcycle jacket, I don't have much with which to compare it. I do think that this provides good value for the money (comparing to other brands that I considered). I like the fit of this quite a bit - I'm a 42R, and the Large was spot-on, and allows me to cinch it up where needed - e.g. there are multiple places to snug it up and make sure it fits correctly... forearms, biceps, waist, etc. It does not fit as snug as my Joe Rocket mesh around the stomach, so the adjustment is helpful. There are numerous vents that you can zip open, but as is pointed out, if you have the liner (inside) zipped in, the venting is not to skin/direct.

The front pockets (either side of your bellybutton) are excellent, have a velcro flap, _and_ the top of the pocket rolls over to add add'l weather protection (e.g. moisture). There is a pocket across the small of your back that I have not used, may never, but nice if I need extra. The collar has the rolled-up cover (intended to go over your helmet I believe), but doesn't make the collar feel bulky/big.

Is it a 4-season jacket? I rode last night in 38 deg. F, only my hands suffered, but you'd need to layer up some. Have not used in warm temps. As stated, armor is basic. I did upgrade the back armor - Oxford support states that (for the size Large that I have) the Forcefield Superlite for back lengths 40-47cm (code SLBI-001) or
Taichi CE Back Protector (code TRV044)/Size 43 fits.

My only issue with the jacket is the cuffs. It is a velcro fastener, so you can snug it tight for gauntlets, or open it around/outside of your glove. It doesn't quite snug up _enough_ for my gloves, which have a pretty short gauntlet length, so it takes a little more struggle to get the gloves outside the jacket. Arguably not a jacket-fault, but a poor match between my gloves and this jacket.
January 4, 2016
Ride:
2005 Yamaha FZ6R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Excellent Jacket
I recently picked up this jacket and all I can say is wow what great quality for the price. Now I'm not going to get into detail on the jacket as the other guys here have done a pretty good job covering the features and nuances of the jacket. I'm just reaffirming that this is an amazing quality jacket for the money. Honestly makes me wonder if Oxford can put out a jacket for this price why are we paying so much for Klim, Rev'it, etc.

So my point is if you are looking for a great 4 season jacket for the money I have found nothing like it for the price. Sure it can use improvements but you are getting way more than what you are paying for. I'm hoping Revzilla will start carrying more from Oxford including pants.

Sidenote: I have a 42 chest and own the 44 large which fits like a dream. Gives me that extra room for layering. Sleeve length also great for a guy that usually has to order XL because L sleeves are always too short.
January 14, 2016
Ride:
2009 BMW F800GS
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Excellent Garment
I purchased this jacket based on its appearance and price. Fit is true to Revzilla size chart; I'm 6 feet tall, 245 pounds, 42" waist, 46" chest with a bit of bulge in between, sleeve length 31" (measured from center of back to wrist bone); 3XL fits me like a glove with the liner in. With the liner I'm too warm so I removed it and wear a light sweater and am comfortable down into the low 50s (F). Liner is easy-out, easy-in. User instructions are incredibly clear (and permanently affixed onto the inside of the garment).

Haven't ridden in the rain so I can't comment on that. Vents and their zippers are excellent. Cellphone pocket and personal emergency data panel on inside of jacket to record blood type, etc. (nice touch). Exterior pockets adequate. Waist and sleeve adjustment straps are adequate.

If Revzilla carried Oxford Continental Trousers I'd buy them without question, SO START CARRYING THEM!!!
March 8, 2016
Ride:
1973 BMW R75/5
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
An excellent touring and commuting jacket in the sub-$200 range
I picked up this jacket once the weather changed in Australia to the cooler months of the year, and I've found it to be an excellent jacket. The zip-in waterproof liner is great, and the ability to wear it over the jacket is even better. When riding at night when it's cooler I like to wear a long-sleeve T-shirt underneath, keeps me sufficiently warm, but if you're in a colder climate where night time temps can dip well into the single digits or even sub-zero, I'd either look at a different jacket with a proper thermal liner, or consider wearing thermal undergarments. The jacket runs slightly larger than the size chart belies in my opinion, especially if you don't plan to wear much more than a T-shirt or thermal base layer underneath. According to the size chart I'm on the upper edge of an L, but an L fits me perfectly even with the rain liner inside. The stock armour is adequate although the back has very little protection bar the thin flimsy foam pad included, I would highly recommend getting a proper CE-rated back protector at the very least. Size 001 armour from Forcefield fits well in the back protector pocket. Will definitely look at picking up some Oxford pants to go with this jacket, I just wished Revzilla would carry their pants range too.
June 18, 2016
Ride:
2002 BMW F650CS
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Great value
The jacket is well made and exceeded my expectations for the price point. Lots of storage space. The fit is roomy with the liner out. Not sure about the airflow yet as it's been too cold to try it out.
February 5, 2016
Ride:
2009 Vespa GTV 250
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Good product for a good price
My last jacket was goretex and waterproof. I bought it 7-8 years ago and finally after all this time it wasn't as waterproof anymore. I wanted to go with goretex again but the price is just to steep for me these days. This was a good compromise.

The jacket itself works great and fit well as advertised. I havent been in extremely hot weather yet but so far the venting has been more than adequate, mid 80's.

It has been handy having the rain liner as separate. I generally have been wearing it on the outside of the jacket. I like this set up best so when I stop at a restaurant or something I can take the rain liner off and leave it in a saddle bag as to not drag all the rain in with me.

So far though the rain liner is my only complaint. It can be worn on the inside or outside of jacket. On the inside I find any moisture you generate makes the rain liner stick to you and I dont like that, I was wearing a t-shirt. To wear it on the outside of the jacket it works great but I wish it was about 3-4 inches longer. The bottom of the jacket sticks out below the rain liner. So the bottom of the jacket gets wet and wicks the water up.

Its a small price to pay and I probably will get a different rain jacket to wear over the top of the jacket.

Over all I love it. I have gotten numerous compliments about it and it has worked well for 3 months now
June 5, 2016
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
3 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
3 / 5
Solid jacket especially for Cross Country
I took this jacket on a ride from San fran to LA, up to vegas, down to the Grand Canyon and up to Denver. During which i hit temperatures upwards of 120 degrees and as low as 40 in this jacket. It's a solid jacket with lots of pockets and extra storage. I even kept a water bottle in the front pocket and would drink while riding. It's a fantastic jacket.

The Good
- Great fit, lots of adjustable straps
- Lots and lots of storage
- Pretty light weight (compared to leather)
- Can handle 100+ degrees
-Solid air flow

The not so good
-The back pocket is a Velcro strip so you will either need to buy the back pad from Oxford or learn rubber stitching
-The plastic nubs on the zipper pulls pop off easily
-Pockets are so large tat the extra bulk can get in the way (between stomach and tank)
-People will think your a cop if you ride a white bike and wear the hi-vi version.
July 17, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Great Cool Weather Jacket
Bought this jacket for cool weather riding here in MN. I consider cool weather riding to be 65 degrees and below. Very pleased with styling - fit and features. Note - I'm 5' 9" and 220 lbs with 49" chest. The 4XL - 50 fits perfect with room to add a layer under the jacket. The extra length and fitted waist is a nice touch.
June 7, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
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Why did you choose this?
RevZilla Store
The jacket has more options than you can shake a stick at... Great value and protection for the money!
James G on Aug 30, 2017
Appears to be a well thought out piece of equipment for a pretty reasonable price. I have high hopes for this.
C.J. S on Aug 25, 2017
The jacket has more options than you can shake a stick at... Great value and protection for the money!
James G on Aug 30, 2017
HIGH VIZ
Vinson R on Aug 26, 2017
Appears to be a well thought out piece of equipment for a pretty reasonable price. I have high hopes for this.
C.J. S on Aug 25, 2017
Safety, aesthetics and visibility.
Paul H on Aug 2, 2017
Good deal from what I have read.
Stefan S on Jul 26, 2017
researched jackets and was convinced based on your video review and pricing
Daniel G on Jul 22, 2017
Price. Reviews. Style.
James H on Jun 6, 2017
Just did my first ride with this jacket and it's very impressive for an inexpensive jacket.
David B on May 19, 2017
Jacket features highlighted in the video and Oxford's brand reputation. Great company that's been around for a long time!
Ira L on Apr 28, 2017
Great features for a little price tag.
Jake B on Apr 25, 2017
Great jacket for the cost. Works well in rain and temperatures from 30-90F. Replacement back armor is recommended. I would purchase this again.
V T on Apr 12, 2017
Good looking jacket with the features I wanted (protection and adjust-ability) Fits Perfect and looks great!
Robert F on Apr 11, 2017
I chose this article based on the brand, analysis and above all that it is Waterfroof.
Heiner E on Mar 28, 2017
I loved the style, decent armor, and good fit.
Dennis D on Mar 28, 2017
your videos on products
Sean D on Feb 23, 2017
The design and price point is awesome. Needed an adventure jacket for ADV riding that wasn't as aggressive as a sports riding jacket that I currently have
S G on Dec 27, 2016
Value, protection, style in that order
Adithya B on Dec 2, 2016
Seemed like a good all around jacket. Has awesome features and waterproof. We get a lot of surprise downpours down here.
Calvin B on Nov 18, 2016
Better for colder months than the kilm jacket I first bought. Will hopefully extend my riding season significantly
Brian V on Oct 19, 2016
Features for the price.
Melvin R on Oct 7, 2016
Good looking jacket, has all of the features I was looking for at a good price.
Shane H on Sep 25, 2016
wanted more protection than my faux leather casual jacket could offer, went with the yellow option so that I could be seen quickly by other drivers.....hopefully.
Joseph P on Sep 14, 2016
Seems to do a lot for what it is. Not much branding. Multi-season use.
andrew w on Aug 29, 2016
Love the look and versatility of this jacket! Desert colored. :)
Jared P on Aug 22, 2016
versatile, long cut
Jon M on Jun 2, 2016
sizing
Andrew K on May 19, 2016
So far so good
Adrian D on Feb 15, 2016
Research and rated high for safety.
Christopher W on Feb 11, 2016
HIGH VIZ
Vinson R on Aug 26, 2017
Safety, aesthetics and visibility.
Paul H on Aug 2, 2017
What are suitable back armour options that will fit in this jacket?
A C on May 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This is a tricky one, the design is not a pocket but a strip of velcro that "floats" in the back of the jacket. most back protectors will not fit because of this. I contacted Oxford and they mentioned they have one that fits, but after searching there doesn't seem to be any velcro to make it stay in place.
What pants are people matching with this jacket?
A C on Oct 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I do not own this jacket, but i have seen Oxford Montreal 2.0 pants that have the same color scheme and pattern.
I had a look at one of these jackets locally and it didn't have a waterproof liner like shown in the review video. Instead there was just a thermal liner and the waterproofing was built into the shell. Will the one I get from Revzilla have the removable waterproof liner as shown in the review video?
Tom E on May 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The one I got from revzilla had the removable liner. Shop in Canada did not
This looks like a really good bang for buck jacket. Two questions:
-are the 5 vents 'direct to body', or are they indirect (waterproof liner between vent and body)?
-is this an effective 4-season jacket?

Anyone who has anything to offer about either of these questions- your feedback is greatly appreciated!
MisterE25 on Nov 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I just ordered this jacket, I'll have it on the 10th. Will update with a review soon after
Are there compartments for shoulder armor, and do forcefeild inserts play nice with the jacket?
A shopper on May 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: There are compartments in the shoulder, and I have a forcefield back protector. It was tricky to get in because the opening for the back pad is small, but it fits nicely.
back protector for Oxford Montreal 2.0 jacket. Dan E, how did you 'rig up your own fitting' to make the back protector stay in place?
Adithya B on Dec 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The pack pad connection is a velcro strip not a pocket. You will either need to buy a back pad from oxford designed for it or learn rubber stitching. I had a friend stitch a line of velcro on the force field sport lite backpad and it worked great.
Is the sizing on this jacket for shoulder to wrist or neck to wrist?
A shopper on Oct 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Looks like they just list the chest measurement for sizing, so just the circumference of your chest at the widest point. My chest is right around 39.5", so I ordered a Medium.
Does this jacket have means to attach it to riding pants? eg. a sewable zipper or snap loops to attach to pant belt?
A shopper on Apr 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes it does. Nothing special and looks standard.
I have a 37 inch chest but I'm 6 foot 3 with long arms. Do you think a medium would be a good fit on length?
Myles C on Mar 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I am 5' 10" with 44" chest. I was concerned about ordering a large jacket. I took a chance and ordered an XL. I have wore my jacket 4 times this past month. I drive from Las Vegas to Fallon, Nevada. 8 hour drive. I am pleased with the jacket. I am glad I ordered an XL. The jacket runs small while wearing 2 t shirts and warm long sleeve flannel shirt. After countless hours of review and comparing jackets, I elected to purchase an XL. Depending on your needs and weather. I would recommend a large for 6' 3" 37" chest. I found the jacket sleeves run long compared to regular jackets.
I'm 5' 11" 225 lbs with a 46" chest, what size would you recommend?
A shopper on Jan 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I am also 6'11". I weigh 250 pounds, 44" waist, 46" chest. I ordered 3XL, and it fits like a glove. It's a little roomy with the liner out, but that's okay, I throw on a sweater when it gets chilly.
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