Please select a Color and Size to check availability, or to add this item to your Shopping Cart or Wish List.
The REV'IT Dayton Jacket takes its inspiration from the winter combat jackets famously worn by US troops fighting in Korea or as made famous by the mod scene and seen on the cover of Quadrophenia. No matter who you want to blame, the popularity of this classic design is due to its functionality. The full length trench lined with a removable 100% polyester thermal liner and a Hydratex waterpoof membrane, the Dayton Jacket takes Jimmy's 1960's scooter punk style into the 21st century. CE certified armor is also included to give you critical impact protection. Suit up for those blustery winter days and give yourself some classic cold weather protection.
|Size||Chest (cm)||Waist (cm)|
Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.
|Product Style||RevZilla Item #||Manufacturer Product #||Availability|
|Black / LG||1039434||FJT2000010L||In Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
|Black / MD||1039433||FJT2000010M||In Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
|Black / SM||1039432||FJT2000010S||Only 3 Left: Ships within 24 hours|
|Black / XL||1039435||FJT2000010XL||Available: Requires 8-10 business days lead time prior to shipment|
|Black / 2XL||1039436||FJT2000010XXL||In Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
|Black / 3XL||1039437||FJT2000010XYL||Out of Stock|
|Dark Green / LG||1039440||FJT2000810L||In Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
|Dark Green / MD||1039439||FJT2000810M||Out of Stock|
|Dark Green / SM||1039438||FJT2000810S||Only 2 Left: Ships within 24 hours|
|Dark Green / XL||1039441||FJT2000810XL||Available: Requires 8-10 business days lead time prior to shipment|
|Dark Green / 2XL||1039442||FJT2000810XXL||Out of Stock|
|Dark Green / 3XL||1039443||FJT2000810XYL||Out of Stock|
Please see our International Orders page for orders shipping outside the US.
See our full Shipping Policy for further details.
If your order arrives and it is not right, we will we'll fix it, NO NONSENSE, we promise.
See our full Return Policy for all of the pertinent details.
Have a functionality, fit, or otherwise product-specific question about the REV'IT! Dayton Jacket? Ask it here! If you have a customer service or shipping question, please direct it to our Customer Service department.
Welcome to our detailed breakdown of the new Rev'it Dayton Jacket available at RevZilla.com.
If we look at it, it's going to fit within the new city collection from Rev'it. Similar functionality but the key changes here, it's all PWR Shell so it's using the higher end abrasion resistant material throughout. It's a 750D material and you'll notice that it is the longest in the range, so it's an overcoat style really two or three quarter.
You can look at its base styling and it draws a lot of similarities with the Rev'it Tyler which is that military look, but that's short waisted, this guy goes all the way down. And remember, your waterproof breathable liner Hydratex is non-removable. So again, this is going to be a waterproof coat and there is a full sleeve thermal that you can completely remove. So you're looking fall, winter, spring, three-season cold weather. There's no venting here but again, it has that great style to it. So off the motorcycle, it's going to look like a great everyday coat and it's still strong enough to keep you safe.
Now before I dive into sizing, I'll also call out CE-rated armor in the shoulders as well at the elbows here on the Dayton. So again, you're getting that full bore motorcycle protection. You can see it's a box cut, little more of a touring or a casual cut, but it's not overly baggy or overly bulky. It has a nice line to it. Again, the Europeans get that right when it comes to tailoring their goods.
Now if we dive into it, though, staying with our size theme, notice you do have these cinches down here along the midsection or really getting close to the waist. We have them tied off here. In the final production version, they're actually going to be a little bit shorter. So these are about that long at this point. When not cinched you'll probably only have about a couple of inches. So keep that in mind. But we didn't want to completely distract from the lines of the coat by having them hang all the way down and that is going to be the cinch factor. Remember, they went with more of a casual cinching. Now, use the size chart. No surprise there. Stay updated with our latest gear reviews or leave me your comments, your questions or your feedback on the Dayton.
Now diving into some of the nuances. Remember, we talked about PWR Shell 750. It's a big upgrade over something like a poly or a twill. So again, getting that great abrasion resistance. We talked about the line, notice there is an articulation here in the sleeve so it has a nice pre-shape to it. It is a riding coat. But there's a lot of other stuff going on.
The basics. You're going to have basic hand will pockets down towards the bottom. If we move up, his cuff, it's a rubberized two-snap design. Again, staying with the style on the theme there. They've done this uniquely. I haven't seen them do this on any of the other city collection coats. And when we move back into some of the guts here, you're going to see there's is a lot going on up here at the collar. It's a fully removable hood, but then it's still a nice high mesh backed collar. So again staying, with that waterproof theme. And you can see the military style webbing, it's just a little bit of this additional material that actually adds a tactical feel to it. It's a nice offset with the classic lines of the full overcoat design.
Now when you work your way further into the collar, they do have this little piece here, which is as European, it's a little thingy that is fully removable and it's a style piece. Now, when you're wearing it with the Rev'it logo on it, it adds a pop of reflectivity, but you can undo this button here. It's not a snap, it is a button. And what I can do is I can fully remove it. This little sleeve here. I'm not sure I'd wear it on my finger or something. I'm going to throw it away. But if you don't want that on there you're removing some of the Rev'it branding. You're also removing some of the reflectivity. That's baked in. And again, it just has that more contemporary style.
The last thing here on the front is going to be a water resistant pocket up here on the front. It's got a water resistant zipper. Notice, it's matte, it works its way in and again you see how it all comes together. Remember, we talked about CE armor in the shoulder as well as the elbow and the slight precurve down the sleeve. But put your arm forward. Notice that gusset, that's going to give you the range of motion on the motorcycle without adding stretch to the jacket. They did a nice job of breaking that in. Now, we also talked about how they were cinching with that string along the front at the waist. But there's also a gusset down here along the hip. So if I open that up, you have the ability to break it a little bit, give it a little bit of room depending on how you're riding and your body position.
Now what I'm going to do here is I'm going to show you the hood and I'm going to have him put his hood up. Notice the hood, it has a pull here, it has reflectivity that's going to hang down, you have your snap keeping it in place. And you can see when he puts it up, which is typically not going to be the bulk of your time unless you're off the bike. This would be the clean line of the back. You have that webbing that comes down. Remember, it doesn't come stocked with a back protector, you'd add a Rev'it SeeSoft type RV, which would give you that CE level 2 protection. And notice how far down that goes. Again, it's an overcoat goes all the way down past the pockets. This is a full on in-climate weather trench coat style.
Now come back and stop here. Very subtle branding outside of that piece in the front, you're going have the rubberized Rev'it logo. And if we open it up, you're going to notice that it snaps, that webbing continues. There's my rain gutter that goes all the way down. Remember, my Hydratex liner is laminated. It's going to be baked in. And now I open up my oxidized zippers with nice big pulls on them. YKK goes all the way down. And notice how it stops right there, that's to allow it to flare at the bottom. Again, when you have a coat that's this high or this tall, what you don't want to do is have a zip that goes all the way down because it's going to force it to bunch when you're riding in an upright position. You have the ability to unsnap and allow it to flare. It's going to be a bit more comfortable in the riding position.
We open it up. Notice, it's the full heavy-duty quilted liner from Rev'it which is going to be full sleeve taking you into the winter months. The interior of the jacket is going to be mesh, so again, it's going to wick sweat away if you're riding without the thermal. And the thing that I like that they got right here, is they softened the collar. On the Jackson, on the Zircon, on the Tyler, it's not as nice of a collar. On the Dayton, they've given you that ability to be sweat-wicking while also staying soft against your skin. And what I really like too is if you look on the inside here when it's open, that military webbing it goes all the way down just creates a great line to it.