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Rukka AirMan Jacket
The Rukka AirMan Jacket is virtually unbeatable for warm-weather riding. Constructed of Cordura AFT with AirPower Technology and equipped with a removable, breathable and waterproof Gore-Tex membrane with Outlast technology, the Airman Jacket performs in bright sunshine as well as rain.
- Constructed from knitted Cordura AFT with AirPower Technology for riding in warm weather
- Cordura AFT is 2-7 times more durable than nylon, polyester and cotton
- Cordura AFT is knit in such a way that it allows airflow to keep you cool through the entirety of the jacket
- Two-layer knitted Cordura AFT at elbows for extra strength
Detachable Gore-Tex liner is durable, breathable and 100% water and windproof
Temperature regulating Outlast material
- Includes Rukka D3O Air Protectors at the shoulders and elbows
- Rukka D3O Air Protectors meet the requirements of CE Norm EN 1621-1 2012
- Pocket for RVP Air or Air Central Back Protector (sold separately)
Detachable thermal liner with Outlast thermal regulation
Outlast microcapsules absorb excess heat which is stored and released as needed
- Soft neoprene collar
- Collar with magnet closure
- 5 outside pockets in the outer jacket with zipper and magnetic closure, left front pocket with separate waterproof pouch
- Two interior pockets
- Two pockets in detachable inner liner
- Width adjustment on upper and lower arm
- Adjustable waist belt
- Jacket and trousers connection zipper
- The Rukka warranty is valid for 5 (five) years from the date of purchase against faults in material or workmanship
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Reviews & Questions
ARMAS is clearly a cool weather jacket/ pants and the AIRMAN/AIRVISION warm weather. Here is my sense of the temperature ranges. (Skivvies, T shirt under both suits.)
WITH LINING: Sweet spot is 58F through 82F. Pretty comfortable into low 90s WITH the lining if moving. 95F a reasonable upper limit as you retain heat. (Why wear lining at 95F? Heavy thundershowers expected and temperature likely to plummet. Don't want to be soaked without the waterproof liner.) Getting cold down in the mid-50s with lining and skivvies.
WITHOUT LINING: Sweet spot is 68-85F. Moves huge amount of air. Comfortable into the 90s where you hit a practical limit of just being too hot to be on a bike. 95F was no trouble, moving. Comfortable as any hot weather gear at this temperature. Black color is not a problem. I don't consider anything comfortable in muggy upper 90s. Down around 65F, it gets cool and I want the lining.
ARMAS JACKET AND PANTS—
WITH LINING: Sweet spot is 40F to 75F. Getting hot when you are not moving above 75F in direct sun. 78F is a practical upper limit. Can go much colder (easily low 30s) if you layer.
WITHOUT LINING: Sweet spot is 55F to 80F (vents open). 83F is practical upper limit--there is good airflow but the sun adds more heat than the jacket can takeaway. Gets chilly below 52F—vents closed.
Armas preferred when the temperature wont be above 80F and I know it will rain. Airman when I know it will be warmer and when I’m sure I wont need to ride much below 55F.
Both ARMAS and AIRMAN/AIRVISION are excellent. I think there are a few little nits with the AIRMAN, but these are part of the compromise from putting the waterproof lining on the inside. On a warm sunny day, the AIRMAN is a joy to ride in.
over 3 years ago
Other than that.. great jacket!
I rode in 90F temperature today and I'm very pleased with the air flow I get. I can feel it in my chest and arms. . I got a little sweaty fiddling around in my garage before my ride and as soon as I got moving I could feel a significant amount of air cooling. It is very heavy and I feel confident that the protection is top notch. I also really like the adjustability, pockets, and the way the Velcro, magnet, and zippers work together to make for a nice fit and feel. The sleeves work well over gloves and the rain liner does as well, it's cuffs going under your gloves.
The fit and finish is great. The sizing is one size large so as the video states, if you are a US42 then the Rukka 50 should fit you perfectly. I am 41 - 42 chest and 32 - 33 waist and like the fit and look of the jacket. I ordered the black with high viz and really like the look.
The jacket does flow air and it is a very even flow throughout the jacket. I have not used the liner yet, but have worn it around the house. It definitely retains heat.
The magnets seem to hold well. The trick with the collar magnet is to attach it where it belongs. It appears to hold fine for me, although I am fairly protected from the wind. The inside pocket is large and will accommodate my iPhone 6plus.
Overall I am very pleased. My only small gripe would be with the main zipper. It should be a larger zipper for easier use.
over 2 years ago
Thank you Rukka for variety of long sizes.
Slight inperfection in stiching (made in China )
Revzilla customer service stepped in and took care of it.
9 months ago
I can tell you straight up I LOVE my AirMan jacket. It is a super premium jacket with great features, comfort and style. The video does a great job at outlining it's features, and I would just like to add that the amount of pockets/storage capacity on this jacket is monumental. Especially the two interior pockets, which I feel as though I could almost stuff a baby in there. The back pocket was smaller than I anticipated though, which disappointed me because I couldn't stuff my GP Tech gloves in there. They are gauntlets, however, in this amazing jackets defense.
The comfort this jacket provides is incredible. I feel as though it was tailored for me with the waist cinches and the arm buttons. The way this jacket was constructed also makes you look like you're 15 lbs heavier in all of the right places. It makes you look really good, and the jacket itself has so much style.
Just and FYI - The only difference between the AirMan and the AirRider jacket are minor things (collar, back pocket, waist and arm cinches, and style, I think), and the only big thing is the Gore-Tex/outlast lined inner jacket that you get with the AirMan. So, Unless you're planning on using the inner jacket I'd recommend buying the AirRider.
I highly recommend both of Rukka's Air products though. I bought the AirMan and could not be happier.
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I got a 50 and found:
- the jacket fits me snug with the gortex in. It felt constraining initially and either I've gotten used to it or it's relaxed a little. I love the fit now. The snugness also works well in the wind, keeping the fabric close to you. In the rainier/cooler weather I've ridden with some layers underneath but I couldn't fit too many in.
- the chest and arm suggestions measured true. The waist seems to be fine.
- the front hangs close to where a well fitting t-shirt would end on me, closer to the top of my hip bones and below my belly button. I've got a bit of a belly.
- arms were a bit short for my summer gloves; my wrist is exposed when gripping the handlebars. Mine arms are 31.5 This is fine for the summer as the air flows in and in the spring/fall I have gauntlet gloves that go under the rukka sleeve.
So maybe a 56 (which would likely be snug like mine) or 58 (a bit more room for the gortex and some layers) depending on your arm length, and that you're packing a bit more up front than I? I called in for advice on which to get and they leaned towards the larger size for me (I got a 50, they thought 52 might be better but didn't have any in stock).
Good luck, it's a fantastic jacket!
I like the Rukka Airman Jacket. Which pants goes with this. Intend to use these for my Indochina Motoquest Adventure Nov 2014?