Rukka Energator Jacket
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Rukka Energator Jacket

The perfect jacket for hardcore ADV and touring enthusiasts, the Rukka Energater Jacket is as rugged as they come. Complete with a Gore-Tex Pro 3-layer membrane laminated to a Cordura and Kevlar shell with Armacor reinforcements and D3O Air armor, this jacket is designed to take a serious beating and come back for more. Waterproof pockets, a thermal Outlast liner and detachable Gore-Tex stretch wind collar are icing on the cake and give those long distance riders an extra level of comfort and security.

Note: We have found the Rukka Energator Jacket runs small and suggest going up if you are between sizes.

Materials:

  • Gore-Tex Pro 3-layer laminate, strengthened with Armacor product technology, combination of high-tech fibers aramid (Kevlar) and Cordura

Protection:

  • Rukka D3O Air limb protectors meet the requirements of CE EN 1621-1 2012 and the full back protector the requirements of EN 1621-2 2014
  • Rukka D30 Air Full back protector included
  • Pocket for the Rukka D30 Air Central back protector (sold separately)

Other Features:

  • Detachable liner with 60g insulation and Outlast temperature regulation
  • Connecting zipper to pants
  • Waterproof pockets marked with a waterproof pocket label
  • Soft neoprene in collar
  • Detachable collar of elastic Gore-Tex stretch material
  • Sleeves with zippers and waterproof Gore-Tex cuffs
  • Ventilation openings with zippers on front and on the sides with long 2-way zipper
  • Elastic parts under the arm and on back
  • Width adjustment on upper and lower arm
  • Adjustable waist belt
  • Four pockets outside: chest pockets with snap fasteners and lower waterproof pockets with zippers and snap fasteners
  • Two waterproof pockets inside including a mobile phone holder
  • The Rukka warranty is valid for 5 (five) years from the date of purchase against faults in material or workmanship
4.8 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4.5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3.8 / 5
Fit
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Rukka Men's Jacket Sizing

Size Chest (cm) Waist (cm) Arm (cm)
44 86-89 74-77 76
46 90-93 78-81 77
48 94-97 82-85 78
50 98-101 86-89 79
52 102-105 90-93 80
54 106-109 94-97 81
56 110-113 98-102 82
58 114-117 103-107 83
60 118-121 108-112 84
62 122-123 113-117 85
64 124-129 118-122 86
66 130-133 123-127 87

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.
A Arm (Neck to Wrist) Standing up straight with your arms at your sides, measure from the base of your neck at the center of your spine, along the top of your shoulder and down to your wrist bone, along the outside of the arm.
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Wow!
I purchased this jacket as a replacement for a BMW Rallye jacket that I purchased with my motorcycle last summer. Although the BMW jacket seemed to have good protection (never tested thankfully) I disliked the inner waterproof lining concept and I found the jacket heavy and bulky. Despite its bulk, it did not seem to keep me very warm if the temperature was below 50F which is a common occurrence here in Alaska. I watched nearly every review for textile jackets here on RevZilla and read several reviews on different forums from other riders who had owned the BMW jacket as well my primary choices of Rukka and Klim. After satisfying myself that if the Finnish people couldn't build a jacket suitable for Alaska weather then probably no one could, I decided to take the plunge.

W.O.W. This jacket is awesome. For the first time ever I noticed my legs getting cold. In the past, my upper body was so cold I never noticed my legs. It is so light for being so protective as well. I've not yet seen 70F weather but that is about as hot as it gets here on a regular basis. I have all Klim snowmobile gear but I think this Rukka stuff is far superior for comfort and probably just as durable. YMMV.
May 11, 2016
Ride:
2016 BMW S1000XR
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
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3 / 5
Excellent Quality + Versatility
Very pleased with the Rukka Energator jacket. It is, without a doubt, the highest quality motorcycle jacket I’ve ever worn. Sorry to start with a criticism, but the Energator, and Rukka products in general, are expensive. Those who might think I am crazy for spending so much on a jacket might be right, and if I was still married, well…. let’s just say this jacket would have come with divorce papers. So, proceed with caution.

I purchased this, along with the Energator pants, for late autumn / early spring riding (I don’t ride in winter, but if I did, I’d use this jacket / pants). The Outlast liner is the key here. It is thin and lightweight, yet does a great job as an insulator when it is cold, but also keeping you cool when the temperature starts to rise. This means the jacket does not have to be as heavy or as thick / bulky.

So, to me, its best feature is its versatility, specifically ability to keep warm when riding in early cold mornings, but then not becoming uncomfortably warm as the temperature increases. I have worn this jacket, with just a T shirt underneath, when the start of my ride was 40 degrees F, and then, on same day, as the temperature increased to 78. At that point, it did start to get too warm, so I then removed the Outlast liner, opened the vents completely, and the jacket was completely comfortable. It takes about 2 minutes to unzip the liner, and it folds very flat / compact.

I have not used it in heavy rain, but it has been perfect in light / brief rain conditions, with no leaks, etc.

The zippers, snaps, Velcro closures, etc. all work perfectly. The stitching, fabrics, etc are all top-notch quality, and you will notice this every time you put the jacket on. Though it has the D30 armor in the back, shoulders, and elbows, it is not as heavy as I expected it to be. Arm motion is very good, but there is some stiffness to the jacket.

A few observations: the jacket does not have the wrap around belt that you see in the product video. It does have separate adjustable belts on the left and right sides, to “cinch” the jacket tighter if desired, but they do not come across your belly and buckle in the middle like you see in the video on the Revzilla site. In terms of what I would suggest as improvements… vents. As I mentioned, I have not had a problem with the jacket overheating, so it is not a showstopper to me, but if it had more / wider vents, it would increase the versatility for use on very hot summer days. I also would add a kidney belt inside the jacket to add support / long day riding fatigue relief/comfort, something I have come to love about some Revit jackets I have worn. As to sizing – I wear a 44 suit jacket, have 33.5 in sleeves. The Energator size 56 fits about perfect. I could lose 10 lbs or so, and then the jacket would still fit, but be more comfortable. The waist / side adjustments would be helpful in this case.

Is it worth more than the Klim equivalent jackets? Probably not. I have several motorcycle jackets, including Klim, Rukka, Rev it, etc. Those are good as well, and in the warmer months, I probably will not wear the Energator much, if at all. The discriminators for Rukka IMO are the Outlast liner, and the top-notch quality. Net is, if you value the highest quality jacket with excellent safety and versatility, the Energator is a good choice, and is highly recommended.
March 26, 2017
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
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Great gear
I am not your "average" rider. I ride 800 miles a week, Monday trough Friday, in anything but ice. It's my daily commute. My current bike has over 100,000 miles. I think this is the best gear I've ever had. I aren't been in warmer weather yet, but in everything from 75 degrees and below, this stuff is great. I've worn many other brands all claiming great things, but if you need equipment to perform like I do, the extra money is worth the peace of mind. With the Oulast liners in, I don't need electrics until the temp is in the low 40's and then just a jacket liner..has to be in the 20's for pants liner. This jacket and pant keeps me bone dry as well. I've worn a "stitch" for years and always have some leakage...not this stuff...I arrive to work dry. On top of reforming well, it's very comfortable.
March 5, 2017
Purchased
5 months ago
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
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Very Nice
Love this jacket. The liner is short however, as it ends where the zipper for the pants goes around. I was wondering why my midsection felt so cool, and I thought it was too much air getting in. It wasn't. It was just the design of liner that terminates higher than I expected. I wonder if the liner or insulation in the pants goes that high?
October 3, 2016
Purchased
11 months ago
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I'm freezing to death in this BMW Rallye Jacket in Alaska. I was considering the Klim Badlands and the Rukka Armaxis jackets as well. I read several issues regarding the Klim comfort and so elected to try the Rukka. I prefer a little longer fit so chose the Energator over the Armaxis although I really like the removable inner jacket on that model. Our summer is probably cooler than most spring and fall riding elsewhere so I'm not concerned about the jacket being too hot. I wear a 56 in the BMW.
David K on May 5, 2016
I'm freezing to death in this BMW Rallye Jacket in Alaska. I was considering the Klim Badlands and the Rukka Armaxis jackets as well. I read several issues regarding the Klim comfort and so elected to try the Rukka. I prefer a little longer fit so chose the Energator over the Armaxis although I really like the removable inner jacket on that model. Our summer is probably cooler than most spring and fall riding elsewhere so I'm not concerned about the jacket being too hot. I wear a 56 in the BMW.
David K on May 5, 2016
Hey
Does the jacket-pants connecting zipper of the Energator attach to other Rukka pants like the Armaxion pants?
Cheers!
colm m on Apr 3, 2016
where Is this jacket actually manufactured ?
I wear a size large in the Klim Badlands Pro. What size would be recommended for this jacket
Jeffrey S on Jul 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Label says Made in China. That might surprise a lot of people, given a.) how expensive it is, and b.) how incredibly high quality it is. Whoever stitched this jacket together should get some kind of award for quality workmanship. Seriously.
Is the shoulder and elbow armor CE Level 2 rated?
Steve E on Jul 24, 2016
What happens if you use an heated jacket liner with the Outlast liner? Are they compatible?
A shopper on Oct 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I dont see why not...
But im not a chemist