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REV'IT! Ignition 2 Jacket

REV'IT! has broken the boundaries of what is possible in a riding jacket. The leather chassis gives you the durability and performance of a race jacket, while mesh inserts on the chest and back allow ample air flow for sweat free summer riding. A two layer liner system provides both a waterproof layer as well as thermal vest. Truly a 3 to 4 season jacket, the REV'IT! Ignition 2 Jacket can be tailored for any condition to keep you comfortable. ProLife CE certified armor at the shoulders and elbows is included as well as a pocket for a Seesoft Type KN back protector. 

Protection Features:

  • Outer shell: Monaco Performance cowhide, Dynax mesh, PWR|shell 500D stretch, PWR|wax 500D, suede leather
  • Insulation: detachable thermal bodywarmer
  • Waterproofing: detachable hydratex | 3L (5000mm H2O)
  • Breathability: detachable hydratex | 3L (7000g/m2/24hrs)
  • Composition:
    • outer shell: 59% leather, 40% polyamide, 1% elastane
    • lining: 100% polyester
    • thermal liner: 100% polyamide (insulation 100% polyester)
    • membrane: 100% polyurethane (tricot 100% polyamide)
  • Protection:
    • ProLife CE protection at shoulders and elbows
    • Back Protector (sold separately):
      • Seesoft Back Protector -Type KN
      • Type KN / Size 106 fits 46-60
    • Safety stitching
  • Visibility: reflection at back and elbows

Ergonomic Features:

  • Fit: tour fit, regular
  • Adjustability: adjustment straps at waist, adjustment tabs at cuffs
  • Ventilation: VCS I zippers at under arms, ventilation panels at chest and back
  • Features: stretch lips at elbows, short and long connection zipper
  • Pockets: slit pockets, document pocket, inner pockets
4.7 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.2 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.6 / 5
Features
4.6 / 5
Comfort
4.5 / 5
Style
4.8 / 5
Air Flow
4.3 / 5
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REV'IT! Men's Leather Jacket Sizing

Size Chest (cm) Waist (cm)
44 86-90 76-79
46 91-94 80-83
48 95-98 84-87
50 99-102 88-91
52 103-106 92-95
54 107-110 96-100
56 111-114 101-105
58 115-118 106-110
60 119-122 111-115

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

How To Measure

C Chest Measure around the fullest part of your chest, under the armpits, keeping the measuring tape parallel to the ground.
W Waist Measure around your natural waistline, around the top of the hip bones, inline with the navel while keeping the measuring tape parallel to the ground.
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4.7 / 5.0
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4.2 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.6 / 5
Features
4.6 / 5
Comfort
4.5 / 5
Style
4.8 / 5
Air Flow
4.3 / 5
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Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
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4 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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4 / 5
Stylish and comfortable
I am 6'1 and 200lbs with a broad shoulders and a 37 waist and got a 56, which I returned for a 54, which fits perfectly. As usual the return process with Revzilla was ridiculously easy and fast. The sizing chart says I should be a 56 or 58 so I'd say it fits large and has quite a lot of room in the stomach area.
Very comfortable jacket, and looks great. The airflow is better than I thought it would be, (I'm in Florida) and when moving, is very comfortable, even in high temperatures. I haven't had to use the waterproof or thermal lining yet, but they fit in well and look to be good quality.
Overall, very happy with the jacket, great style, fit, comfort, airflow, inserts and the stitching and finish looks top quality. I would certainly buy this jacket again, however for $500 I think at least a basic back protector should of been included.
November 13, 2014
Ride:
2013 Triumph Speedmaster
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
Light'em Up a Second Time with the Ignition 2
The REV'IT! Ignition 2 Jacket is one ridiculously awesome jacket that just begs to be worn every time you jump on your motorcycle!

Here on the Pacific coast this jacket is a perfect year-round solution. The Summers call for the bare basics, nothing but the jacket itself. Throughout Spring and Fall it's nice to keep a little warmer as the temperatures drops which means the addition of the thermal vest. Come Winter the rain starts falling and the hydratex liner gets added to the mix.

To my delight this jacket is incredibly comfortable and air flows quite freely when the hydratex liner isn't in. I've ridden wearing this jacket in temperatures ranging from 40° to 100° Fahrenheit (4° to 38° Celsius) and I could not be more impressed with its versatility!

The combination of leather and textile works beautifully to deliver fit, style, function, and protection. The shoulders and elbows in particular are well covered with both leather and armor. The back protector is another story and, quite frankly, is worthless. It's a piece of foam that wouldn't help in the least if one were in an accident. I highly recommend getting the Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro (Type B) in its place.

Back protector aside, this jacket is worth every ¢.
December 20, 2012
Ride:
2005 Suzuki SV650
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
3 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Perfect in moderate weather conditions
I have owned this jacket for two years now and ride year round about 2,000 miles per month in the South. This jacket is great for a little rain or a little cold, but it's really a summer jacket that can CYA in adverse weather conditions.

Pros: I feel extremely well protected with leather and more rigid protection in all the right places, and mesh keeps me from overheating. I'm not a flashy person so the design was perfect, and even better is user friendly when trying to add layers in a hurry. The three layers are sturdy and can be combined to get you through any mild to hot weather. The leather, zippers and buttons have held up extremely well. You won't glow with reflective panels as you walk around, but friends who've seen me on the road have noticed my presence as a rider long before they reached me.

Cons: With the mesh, as good as you'll feel in the summer you'll feel terrible below 60 with the thermal liner in. The water liner is short and does not cut it in the rain. I have yet to be in a good rain one time without my shirt being moist to soaking wet and the liner forming a wet vacuum around my arms. The collar is too tight around the neck and there's no way gauntlet gloves will fit under those sleeves with the rain liner in if it rains.

Bottom Line: I love my jacket and it's perfect for the weather where I bought it (California) and extremely durable, but you will need to invest in some serious base and mid layers for the winter and another cover to keep dry.
March 28, 2015
Ride:
2013 Kawasaki KLR650
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Great Jacket
I am 5'11", 44"chest, 32" waist, 185lbs and the size 52 is perfect. It's a little snug with both liners in, and feels perfect without them. You hardly notice the armor at all.

I bought the jacket in hopes that I wouldn't need to have a warm weather and a cold weather jacket, and this one should pretty much get me through the entire riding season in Ohio. It's a little warm on 85+ degree days, but when you are moving it feels okay. anything under 85 feels great to me.

I really think the jacket looks great. The leather and mesh looks really good, and I feel like you could wear this on a street bike, or a cruiser and not look out of place. I ride a Triumph Thunderbird Storm, and this coat works perfect for the riding position. I am very happy with the purchase, and revzilla was awesome to work with.
July 26, 2012
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Summer's end
I have had this jacket all summer and used it for 5000 miles from temps 50-98 degrees. I love the jacket, the protection options and the air flow. It can be quite hot when sitting still in the hot sun 80+ degrees, but if you are moving it is very nice even up to 96 degrees. Took it on a 1 week trip in July where it was 90+ every day (Tail of the Dragon, Blue Ridge Parkway) and it performed well. I did use it in the rain but it was so hot I left the liner out :-) The only time it was uncomfortable when you are stopped in the hot sun (or riding a Rocket III which has quite the flame thrower under the seat), which is expected.

I just recently had a ride at night at 53 degrees with the liner in and only a t-shirt. It was ok but a bit on the chilly side. going south of 55 degrees I would recommend a long sleeved shirt and maybe time to put the vest in for added comfort. Being on a naked cruiser I have no plans of pushing it into the low 40's but with a bike with better protection up front I can see this being possible.
September 20, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Ride:
2014 Triumph Rocket III Roadster
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
3 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
Jack of all trades, master of none
Received the jacket yesterday, sent it back today.

I'm 6'3",230,47" chest and 41" waist at naval,(39-40 jean size), 27" arm length. Bought a 58
Pros:
VERY well made, thick leather,many features, high quality liner and thermal vest, nice armor. Looks well ventilated. For this style jacket I'd consider the 58 the right/perfect size for me. Arm length was perfect.

Cons:
Little too tight with liner and vest installed in chest area and neck and restrictive for upright riding, too loose with all liners out. Combo of leather and mesh made some areas conform to body shape well and others not so well. Tight is chest, loose in waist. Restrictive in shoulders for upright riders

I REALLY wanted to keep this jacket and have one do it all but for the price it's not something I could settle on. Main problems were fit with liners in/out, too loose or tight, when sitting on bike ( '73 Triumph Tiger 750,Trident & "58 BSA) in the upright position the mesh part of jacket ballooned up in the chest and pushed jacket into my neck/throat which was the real deal breaker otherwise I would have kept it. I think this is due to the leather on the sides being inflexible with a very flexible mesh front. The leather/armor combo in shoulders is very restrictive with arms up so having arms up holding bars felt like a battle with the jacket.

In a sport bike posture I think it would be fine , felt nice on the royal enfield cafe racer and GPZ 750 that my father has but for me it was no good in an upright posture. Design seems more for arms to be down and forward vs up and reaching for bars. For the price or $100- more you could get a very nice dedicated leather and textile jacket to cover all a bases. and that's just what I'm doing. Going with a dedicated leather (Rev'it Hawk) and textile jacket ( Dianese). I'm positive having 2 will work better for their intended purpose vs having one try to do it all. I still wish the ignition 2 worked out and I'm sure it will for many but if you match the description I described I'd be ready to return it.
May 2, 2012
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
What a supersweet jacket
This jacket has style all over it but is not flashy. No need to worry about craftsmanship. This things is extremely well made. How cool is that?
I am 6'5" & 210lbs. Bought the 54 and it fits well. With the two liners and the spine pad (not included, that is the reason for the 4/5 on bang for the buck) it is slightly snug. Feels just right.
Bummer the production version doesn't have the kick $&@ locking zipper tabs like in the video. That would have made this jacket nearly perfect.
Cannot wait to wear this thing to tatters!!!!

'07 Speed Triple
June 19, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
Looks great, but not as weather-sturdy as advertised.
As a rider in Alaska who rides as long as there isn't snow on the ground (mid April to mid-October), the phrase "all-weather" must be taken very seriosuly. This jacket is truly wonderful for a May-to-August hot summer ride, as long as there isn't a cloud in the sky and it's daytime, but many of the manufacturers claims have been less than accurate. When I put 2,000-to-4,000 miles on my bike in a good summer month, I need my gear to work as advertised.

It is the embodiment of all the style and look that a rider desires. The mixture of leather and textile is extremely good looking and I get compliments all the time. The coat claims to be "all-weather", but I found I needed to purchase another, ACTUALLY all-weather jacket for if there was a slight chance of rain, as the nights in summertime Alaska can be as low as 45 degrees and the days as chilly as 55 degrees on a cloudy day.

If it rains at all, without a doubt I will be wet in this coat, despite its claims to being waterproof. The liners do not provide sufficient protection from wind. If you are wet and there is wind to wick away your body heat, it goes from a minor discomfort to a survival issue very quickly. The strain on the zipper from adding base and feather-down layers underneath eventually wrecked the flimsy zipper, and I had to get a heavy-duty one installed at my expense.

I very much like removable liners, pocket distribution, and ergonomics. It was definitely dedsigned by someone who rides. I would recommend this to someone on the West coast for wind protection, but never for someone like me.
December 27, 2014
Ride:
2008 Yamaha XV19CXC Raider S
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
2 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
2 / 5
Too Specialized IMO
This is a very stylish and protective Jacket. The problem is the Dynex mesh. When it get's hot it doesn't flow enough air. When it get's cold (under 50 degrees) good luck (even with the liner/little vest in)! The liner stinks. For $500 they should put a Gore-Tex liner in! It gets too hot and clammy in there so called breathable liner. The Thermal Vest is another story. Why even bother? For the price point it should be a full Thermal Liner that is super warm to help block the impending wind chill in the cold. A word to the wise on sizing. Do not try this Jacket on with all the layers in it. Remove them. Believe me, you're not going to really use them much of the year any way. If you buy it from the size chart, it's not going to have that snug fit. IMO. But, I have a tall, slender, athletic, Euro build. The Jacket is way over priced, and it needs to vent more in the hot weather. It's funny saying that, because half of the Jacket is mesh. lol.

Good Points: Leather in the impact zones. Armor. Quality.

Bad Points: Liner. Too much Dynex mesh (needs more venting in hot/humid weather). Adjustment on the collar. Price (bang for the buck). Vest Thermal (it should be a full ultra warm thermal at that price point).

I can only recommend this Jacket if you live in a Climate that is a consistent 65-80 degrees. This is not a Jack of All trades Jacket. If you can afford multiple Jackets than 2 thumbs up. If this is you're only/main Jacket you may be a little disappointed.
October 19, 2012
Ride:
2008 Suzuki GSX650F
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
REV'IT! Ignition 2 Jacket - PERFECT!
I'm very pleased with the fit and style of this jacket. This is the second REV'IT jacket I have purchased ( I have a pair of their gloves and leather pants as well ).
I'm 6'2" - 215lbs, the 56 fits perfect with both removable layers. The jacket is a little loose with the layers removed - but with the adjustable waist band it feels snug enough! The cut of the jacket is right on the money - track type jackets are too short for my frame.

Great jacket!
October 23, 2012
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This is the REV'IT Ignition 2 Leather Jacket. It comes in black, comes in an anthracite version, there's also a ladies version in both colors as well. Now for those of you that know REV'IT, the Ignition has been around for almost five years, sine the original Ignition. This is its successor. The beauty of the Ignition is that you had all of the benefits from a protection and style standpoint of a leather jacket. You also had big, protective mesh panels, and furthermore, you could stretch it into inclement weather because you had a thermal liner as well as a waterproof, breathable liner.

All of those facets still ring true with this jacket. So around that $500 price point, you're getting a Euro-styled leather jacket from REV'IT, and the big feature that you want to come in and immediately hone in on is the Dynax mesh. What Dynax mesh is a very tightly weaved mesh that's very durable in the main construction on the front, along the inside of the sleeves, and on the back. That's going to allow for great airflow. On the inside of the waterproof liner is a thermal body warmer, so you're going to be able to really stretch this further. I'm going to give it a three-season rating.

I think the REV'IT Ignitions 2 jacket with the liner performs excellently early spring through mid to late fall. In the wintertime with the mesh on the exterior, it's going to be hard to really keep that warmth in because you can't stop all of the air, but the beauty is with the liners out, mid-summer in this leather, you get all the protective features of the Monaco cowhide in the impact zones, but you get that great airflow as well. So just a phenomenal jacket and bang for the buck.

Previously in the Ignition, I was between a 52 and a 54. I am now a 50. So through the shoulders and in the chest, it's a little bit more roomier. Going into that, what we've seen from REV'IT is a lot of their sizes from 2011 on have started to become a bit more generous for the American market. This jacket follows suit.

Some of the subtleties and the changes between the Ignition 1 and the Ignition 2 as I walk through, you're going to notice some design updates. They've toned down the branding. The original Ignition had big REV'IT in letters that were reflective everywhere. They've made it more subtle. They've changed some of the branded features. You now have a metallic REV'IT logo here. They've gotten rid of some of the REV'IT pieces that came down the arm, and it's a bit more styled. One of the other features I want to call out immediately is at the front of this jacket and shows that we now have a two-way side zipper here that's going to be another direct vent that's gonna go up the arm.

On the original Ignition, vents and the water resistant zippers were harder to use. It was a little bit different, a little bit harder to use. Now they've stolen a feature of what we originally saw on the Sand jacket, and they've incorporated into this leather. So further ventilation along the arm, and also you'll notice we've done away with the full strap that would come across with a flap, and we now have this zipper protected that's a little more subtle, it's a little bit less clunky.

Starting at the top and working our way down, we have a similar style collar, it's a bit more adjusted. It's two snaps, but we also have this nice micro-fleece roll that goes all the way around. It's still a sport collar but it's going to give you better ability to not chafe. Again, an upgrade on a new feature. YKK zippers throughout, so it's super high quality. All the snaps will be spring-loaded. You see two hand pockets here, on the right and on the left.

If we look at the side, you're still getting that Monaco. It's 1.2 to 1.4 race grade cowhide in the impact zones. So we have our leather that goes down the arms, impact zones, Pro-Life Armor under the shoulder, under the elbow, and into the forearm. That's an upgrade of armor on what we'd see as the basic KNOX from REV'IT which does a great job. The Pro-Life is going to be a bit more all-encompassing, it's a little bit more comfortable, so it's a nice step forward.

Articulated zone on the back of the elbow, you also have a nice, blacked-out Scotchlite panel which is reflective but doesn't add that crazy taped look to it. Notice too that what we've done is we have REV'IT leather logo here as opposed to a big word REV'IT, and then we also are gonna have that backed with the Scotchlite as well.

Moving into the cuff, it's a double snap, and then one of my favorite things about this cuff is that we talked about the two-way zipper. This zipper is a basic zipper, it's still YKK, this zipper is an auto-lock zipper. We see this in race suits. So with the zipper in that position, you cannot open this zipper. You flip it down, and the zipper comes right out. Notice once I do that, you're now exposing the waterproof, breathable Hydratex liner which we'll get to in a second.

Other features here on the side is that on the inside of the arms and all the way up around the shoulder blade, we have a PowerShell stretch panel which adds stretch here that's not leather in an area that's going to be a high-dynamic zone. You could really wear this jacket from everything from a cruiser to a touring bike to a Euro bike to a sport bike. It really covers all the bases. That's why we love it.

Looking at the back, big Dynax mesh panels, we have Temperfoam sewn in. They add a style element but also some light protection. Notice around the collar, you're gonna see again that micro-fleece. It's a bit of a higher collar than we saw on, I think, we saw in the previous version, but again that nice fleece ensures that you're not going to get any chafing. Then what they've done is that they've added another stripe here down the back of the Scotchlite blacked-out panel so it's not really loud and in-your-face, but it does the job effectively. And they've moved the REV'IT logo from the top to the back down to this elongated seat here as well. Notice on the inside of the side here we have our basic waist adjusters here as well.

Remember, there are two colors in the REV'IT Iginition 2 Jacket. First thing I want to note here as we break it open is here's going to be your thermal body warmer. The key here to note is that it's not a full sleeve. When we say body warmer, it really means vest, but notice that it's finished. It's quilted, you're going to have a pocket. Most times pockets and zippers on REV'IT on the inside of jackets are denoted with red so you can see them. Again, another pocket over on this side.

The internal body warmer has a snap at the bottom that's a metallic, spring-loaded snap. Again, high-quality snaps, they don't wear out. Same thing with high-quality, they use the best zippers. They're going to stay around for the life of the coat. It tells you what size it is. Remember, this was a 50 we're breaking down. Again, another spring-loaded snap up here along the collar.

So here's my vest. Not a destination layer, not meant to be worn on its own unless you have interesting taste, but functional nonetheless. Moving into the Hydratex liner here which is your waterproof, breathable layer. Notice that it's basic, it's functional, it has elastication to create a good seal, it's going to now for this version, have metallic, spring-loaded snaps as opposed to the plastic snaps that we saw in the previous version, and along the collar it's got the wicking collar.

Again, this is the layer that's going to want to take that sweat from your body, allow it to evaporate out, perspire out, and recreate a micro-climate that's comfortable inside. Whenever you have areas that are going to wick sweat away, they allow it to evaporate that much faster, and we all know that when it's warm out and it's steamy outside if it's raining, that around your collar is an area that can tend to sweat more than usual compared to the rest of your body.

YKK zippers, what I'm going to do is I'm going to start to break this guy down, so it's a lot of YKK zippers and a single tab up at the collar.

Moving to the inside of the REVIT Ignition 2, some other subtleties. We talked about the new micro-suede collar which is really comfortable, especially for a sport jacket. You have a new Napoleon pocket. As you can see, it's the same premium mesh lining that we see on most REV'IT coats that you start to get into this price range. This'll take the KNOX TP2 back shape. It comes with Temperfoam. You can upgrade yourself. We have two zippers, they're both Zip Vislon. They are the most heavy-duty of the YKK family. We have a seven incher, we also have a 360 zip. I didn't mention it earlier in the video, but Andrew is wearing the REV'IT Gear 2 pants which would be the ideal combo mix of functionality, which is leather, and breathability for a jacket like this.

So last but not least, let me discuss this Pro-Life Armor and explain the difference. If you're watching videos, know that for any high-end or mid-range coat we're going to break down the armor as well and give you a chance to see what it looks like. The Pro-Life's different; it's not symmetrical armor which I love which means the shoulders are ergonomic. Know that there's flex to it; it's meant to be more all-encompassing and the materials are made up to make it more comfortable. We also see that in elbow as well as the forearm protection in this guy.

The Ignition has been a staple for many years. It was one of the products that we consider the REV'IT brand being built on here in the United States since 2004, and we're very happy to finally have a successor in the mix that improves upon an already successful chassis.