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REV'IT! Williamsburg Jacket
REV'IT Williamsburg Jacket
Cold weather class. Stay riding and looking dapper long into the colder months in the fashionable and versatile REVIT Williamsburg Jacket. The specially treated poly/cotton 2L shell is inherently water and wind resistant and features a removable and adjustable hood for added adaptability. Underneath, find a Hydratex waterproof and breathable layer and a detachable thermal liner, allowing you to tailor your setup to varying conditions through Autumn, Winter and Spring. For protection also from “the fall,” the Williamsburg Jacket includes Seesmart CE rated protectors in the elbows and shoulders, and provisions to add a Seesoft CE level 2 back protector (sold separately). When the hounds of winter rear their heads, equip yourself with the REVIT Williamsburg Jacket for the best in modish style and modern safety.
- Outer Shell: poly/cotton 2L
- Insulation: detachable thermal liner
- Waterproofing: hydratex | lite
- Breathability: hydratex | lite
- outer shell: 58% cotton / 42% polyester
- lining: 100% polyester
- thermal liner: 100% polyester (insulation 100% polyester)
- Seesmart CE-level 1 protection at shoulders and elbows
Back Protector (sold separately): Seesoft Back Protector -Type RV
- Type RV / Size 04 fits SM-MD
- Type RV / Size 05 fits LG-2XL
- Type RV / Size 06 fits 3XL
- Visibility: laminated reflection at the center back
- Fit: city fit, regular
- Adjustability: adjustment straps at hood, adjustment tab at cuffs, two-way zipper at front
- Features: detachable hood, knitted collar, drain eyelets at hood
- Pockets: stash pockets, chest pockets, document pocket, napoleon pocket, inner pockets, phone pocket
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Reviews & Questions
The video about not being able to tell it is armored is not kidding. The seesmart armor is thin and flexible, but stays in place well. (I honestly have my doubts about how much impact it will actually absorb, but hopefully I never have to put it to the test)
The only con I can think of at this point is that the hand warmer pockets are at the chest as opposed to the sides of the larger pockets near the waist. This may just be the styling of 3/4 jackets? Not overly familiar with them, but it is slightly annoying.
All in all, I am happy with it. I have only had it for two days now, so time will tell how it holds up to the elements. It is near the top end of my budget so I am hoping to get a few years out of it at least.
Note: Marking airflow at 5 as it has the best airflow for a winter jacket. None what-so-ever.
Thank you for reading and I hope this helps!
1 year ago
Fit: I'm 6'4" 175 lbs, so I'm tall and slim. I chose a size large, and I'm pleased to report this jacket fits true to size. Look at the size chart, and you should be fine. If you are a little thicker than I am, there is extra room in the waist thanks to its parka-like cut.
Style: as mentioned above, it's cut a bit like a parka. It looks like a winter coat. It doesn't look like you're wearing a motorcycle jacket. The hand warmer pockets being at breast level do take some getting used to, but they should be more effective thanks to their location (blood shunts to your core when it's cold). The hood is very functional and I like the contrast color. I also love the patch on the arm. Minimal, transformable branding. Sadly the contrast color zippers seen in the video did not make it into the production model. Also, there's a Hydratex tag on the outside of the jacket. It's small and toward the bottom of the jacket, but it just shouldn't be on the outside of the jacket.
"Air Flow:": this jacket, with its thermal liner, is warm. Airflow is nonexistent as far as I can tell. I wore this jacket with a t-shirt underneath on a ride in the 40s.
Features: lots of usable pockets, waterproof, removable thermal liner. Overall, you get a ton of features for the money. I do wish the sleeve closure were different, but you can't have everything. It's effective, but a little bulky.
Protection and durability: I can't see the Seesmart armor doing anything in a crash. It is very thin and almost unnoticeable — good for walking around town in this jacket, bad for a crash. Also, the material seems to be durable, but I have my doubts about its abrasion resistance. Hopefully I'll never have to test either of those. The jacket does feel very well put together, on the other hand.
Overall, if you're looking for a stylish jacket that doesn't skimp on features, I would highly recommend the WIlliamsburg jacket.
1 year ago