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The REVIT Tyler Jacket is like the multi tool of riding jackets. Truely universal in both style and functionality, the Tyler Jacket is designed to fit any riding style and any style of rider. The 750D PWR|shell has been bonded with a 100% waterproof and breathable Hydratex membrane to keep things completely dry. A detachable thermal liner is also included for cold weather riding and CE certified Knox Lite armor is included in the shoulders and elbows.
Note: The Tyler Jacket has a more generous cut in the waist than the size chart suggests (~+2").
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Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.
|Product Style||RevZilla Item #||Manufacturer Product #||Availability|
|Black / LG||1064136||FJT1990010-L||In Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
|Black / MD||1064135||FJT1990010-M||In Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
|Black / SM||1064134||FJT1990010-S||Available: Requires 4-6 business days lead time prior to shipment|
|Black / XL||1064137||FJT1990010-XL||In Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
|Black / 2XL||1064138||FJT1990010-XXL||In Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
|Black / 3XL||1064139||FJT1990010-XYL||Available: Requires 4-6 business days lead time prior to shipment|
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Welcome to our detailed review of the new Rev'it Tyler jacket available at RevZilla.com.
This is the new Tyler jacket, three season cold weather option from Rev'it, black only. And it really has more of a universal look to it. So again, non-removable waterproof liner, fully removable thermal full sleeve liner. But again, it has a very, I'm going to call it, military inspired look. You can really stretch into sport riding, sport touring riding, you can wear this in universal settings. It actually looks great as a winter coat off the bike as well and that's really what Rev'it was going for. Now we've seen the Jackson, we've seen the Zircon which has more of this four pocket design. And there's a long version that's called the Dayton.
But when we really look at the Tyler, they've designed it to cover you from mother nature and be more of that universal fit. But again, the webbing here on the front, the military inspired quilting along the shoulders, it has a very unique look to it and that's what really draws me into it. Again, coupled with the fact that it's got the great finishing details from Rev'it. The other thing that you might not realize is the whole jacket is PWR|shell 750 and that means it's going to be more abrasion resistant all over than some of the other jackets that I mentioned previously, part of that city collection. So again, you're getting CE-rated armor in the shoulders as well as the elbows but now you're PWR|shell 750 throughout and you have some of these nice accents that really add a nice style to it.
Now, from the sizing side of things, there's not a lot of adjustability here. It's also not overly baggy. They stay with their svelte European theme. Now if you're concerned about fitment, remember use this size chart. Remember we'll ship for free over 39 bucks.
So moving back into the jacket itself, we're going to talk about some of the nuances here. You can see they're using almost a shell casing style piece holding the zipper, it's an oxidized zipper, onto the pull. You can see that down here on this left chest pocket as well. Again, rubberized finish, that's not pleather, it's a rubber. It has that kind of, again, tactical feel to it. And the other thing that's a little different about this jacket but I like how they finish it off, is the collar. Notice, it's almost like a more raincoat style belt or rectangular style clasp here. But what's nice about it is that if you do this and bring it back you're going to cinch it down, pull it through and you'd cinch it back and snap it. So the nice part is it's easy to find but when you're not using it, it snaps to itself and it stays out of the way. I think that's a really nice touch. I'm going to let it hang here for a second.
If you get into the rest of the Tyler, hand mural pockets along the front, no surprises there. And if we raise up his sleeve, you're going to see part of the Rev'it city collection is they simplify the cuffs. This is that classic two snap design. Remember, oxidized snaps, they're spring-loaded so they're going to hold up over time they won't wear out on you. Turn and face away from me here, HVB. If you look at the line down the side, remember, military quilting up along the collarbone, Knox CE-rated armor shoulders as well as elbow. You do have this webbing again just as an accent piece, it's nonreflective at the backside of the elbow. And it just kind of brings everything together and they did give you a gusset. So again, a little bit more range of motion without adding a stretch material. Basic snap down along the bottom. Two snap design allowing you to cinch it in along the waist, no surprises there, one, two.
See that webbing come back into play running down the center line. Rev'it along the reflective stripe at the top and notice it is a nice high collar. Now, you are going to notice, no back protector. You'd upgrade your back protector separately to a Rev'it Seesoft type RV. And again, notice that it is going to be more of a waist length. Again, a little bit more sport oriented. Now, come back this way and stop. The only branding on this bad boy, outside of that reflective stripe that has a little Rev'it logo, is now this rubberized patch on the left arm which is a nice touch as well. Again, I like the minimal branding, it's a part of that city collection.
Come back around to the front, let's open this bad boy up. Now, remember, you're a waterproof laminate to the outer shell. So when you open it up, your zippers are your weak point for water entry so what they did is they gave you a double zip. So you open that YKK zip up. Here's your waterproof lining running all the way down the center line that's going to shield you from mother nature and if we open it up right here you're going to see. Now I'm exposing the full quilting, full sleeve, full quilting, three season cold-weather and if I open it up, I expose more pockets along the inside as well as a mesh liner. So you're wearing this just over a T-shirt, you're starting to sweat, it will pull that sweat away and allow it to evaporate out through the hydratex liner that's bonded. Again, that's the beauty of baked in waterproofing with a membrane.
The other thing I really like about this jacket is they gave you that subtle quilting up here along the collar. It adds a nice style touch to it, but I wish it was fleece. I said that about the Jackson, I've said it about the Zircon. The interior of this collar could be softened up. Depending on your riding style and how it feels against your skin, it's not terribly rough, but it's also not terribly soft either. Remember this plays in that city collection line. Check out the Dayton which is the full bore length version of it which extends it down to that three-quarter coat but this is the Tyler.