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Scorpion Yosemite Jacket

The Scorpion Yosemite Jacket is an amazingly versatile jacket. It is a windproof textile jacket for cool days, but fold down the windproof panels on the chest, and back, open the full length arm vents and side torso vents, and you have maximum air flow on hot days. An additional removable zip out Airguard waterproof liner means you can handle wet weather, and the included removable thermal EverHeat liner keeps you warm when it gets cold. All nylon exterior construction, with heavy duty 1680 nylon abrasion zones, lots of pockets, and ample use of NightViz reflective material, make this jacket useful for a wide range of climates and riding applications.

Sas-Tec armor at shoulders and new infinitely adjustable elbow pads mean you can set the armor exactly where you want it for a perfect fit. Back pad pocket with PE foam can be upgraded to Sas-Tec Level 2 CE certified back protector for extra protection. This jacket is also compatible with Scorpions’ optional kidney belt for additional support and lower back protection.

From touring in cold wet climates, to commuting in hot humid places, the Scorpion Yosemite Jacket will handle it all.

Note: We have found the Scorpion Yosemite Jacket to run small and suggest going up one size if you are between sizes.

Features:

  • 500 denier nylon main body material
  • 1680 denier nylon abrasion zones
  • Exo-Stitch Safety Seams at critical seams with heavy bar tacking at high stress areas
  • Heavy duty mesh ventilation areas on chest and entire back panel
  • Zip-down wind blocking panels, torso vents and full-length arm vents can be adjusted for optimal air flow
  • Two large cargo pockets on lower front, two chest pockets,  one large cargo pocket on rear and one internal waterproof pocket in liner
  • Adjustment straps at waist, biceps and forearm for perfect fit
  • CE Level 2 certified Sas-Tec armor with molded VELCRO® brand closures at elbows for adjustability
  • Sas-Tec CE Level 2 certified armor at shoulders
  • PE Foam back pad in back protector pocket can be upgraded to Level 2 Sas-Tec protector (sold separately)
  • Ample use of NightViz reflective on front and rear of torso, arms and elbows for increased nighttime visibility
  • YKK exterior urethane zippers coated with Black Oxide sliders
  • VELCRO® brand closures adjustment tabs at wrists, and YKK Fold Lock zippers for easy on and off
  • Removable full sleeve AirGuard waterproof / windproof liner
  • Removable full sleeve EverHeat thermal liner
  • Compatible with optional Kidney Belt (sold separately)
  • Comfortable Neoprene collar
  • Accordion stretch panels at elbows for easy range of motion
  • 8” #5 YKK zipper and elastic panel for connecting jacket to pants 
4.8 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.3 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.4 / 5
Features
4.9 / 5
Comfort
4.1 / 5
Style
4.7 / 5
Air Flow
4.4 / 5
Fit
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Scorpion Men's Jacket Sizing

Size Chest (in) Arm (in)
XS 34-36 31
SM 36-38 32
MD 38-40 33
LG 42-44 34
XL 44-46 35
2XL 46-48 36
3XL 48-50 37

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.
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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4.8 / 5.0
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4.8 / 5
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4.3 / 5
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4.5 / 5
Comfort
4.5 / 5
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4.7 / 5
Air Flow
4.6 / 5
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Great Alternative to the Cayenne Pro
I was looking for a summer-weight jacket for an upcoming long overseas summer motorcycle trip. Thanks to Revzilla's AWESOME return policy, I ordered several different jackets and did a little comparison test. Since I couldn't take any of them on the road, to test the airflow, I set up a big box fan on a table, cranked the air to maximum, and crouched in front of it in riding position.

I tested it and the Revit Cayenne Pro (which costs $175 more) against each other, as well as some other summer-weight jackets. Airflow-wise, neither jacket was as good as the mesh-based Tornado 2, but both were pretty good -- I'd say that the Tornado flowed about 25% more air.

In the end, though, I was really impressed by this jacket. The Cayenne Pro seemed slightly better, but only slightly. In just about every respect (airflow, features, durability/protection, comfort, styling, the Scorpion was not *quite* as good as the Cayenne, but was *very* close. More importantly, it didn't seem cheap or poorly made. Think of it as the difference between a fully-loaded Nissan and a base-model Infiniti: the Infiniti is definitely a better car, but the Nissan is well-made, well-equipped, and costs significantly less.

In the end, the Yosemite (and the Cayenne Pro) were a little heavier and didn't flow quite as much air as I want for this trip. However, if I were looking for an adventure-style jacket for occasional use, I would certainly consider the Yosemite.
April 2, 2016
Ride:
2004 Suzuki SV650
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Northwest tested and approved!
I've had this jacket and pants for several months now, from late spring into August in the Pacific Northwest. I commute everyday and ride as much as possible on the weekends. Here's how they've performed so far:

According to the measurements from Scorpion to find the right fit, I should have bought a medium (I'm 5'11", 150lbs). I'm glad I moved up to the large, it fit's perfectly. I can even squeeze in a jacket underneath when it's cold outside, and the velcro adjustments make sure it's not too loose in the heat when all of the liners are out.

So far I've ridden in temperatures from about 40 up to 100. The jacket is comfortable anywhere from 50 up to 90 degrees. Even with a jacket on underneath, it was cold below 45 after about 20 minutes when the chill finally penetrated. If you were to ride in these cooler temps often or for a long period of time you would want to dress warmly underneath, or buy a heated liner. With all of the vents open it is pretty comfortable up to 90 or so, as long as you don't get stuck in traffic. Beyond 90 it is just like riding in a car with no A/C and is pretty miserable but not unbearable. The pants definitely are designed to vent best when standing up and offer minimal air flow when seated.

I've tried the waterproof liners out in some classic northwest downpours for a period of about 45 minutes and stayed perfectly dry. If you were going to ride in the rain for an extended period, I could see that you would probably get some amount of penetration around the neck, but otherwise will stay dry. As for the water resistance of the shell without the liners, you have about 10 to 15 minutes before you are feeling soaked. It might do okay in a light mist, but other than that, pull over and put in the liner.

As for the protection, I was out riding some back roads and took a spill going about 25 around a moss covered asphalt corner, falling pretty solidly on the left elbow and shoulder. Didn't feel a thing on the upper half. The armor fits well there and did it's job. The gear didn't have any damage whatsoever. I did bruise my knee when the bike fell on it though, the armor in the knees would be better if it fit more snugly but it was decent. I wish it wrapped more around the side of the knee instead of being mostly up front. The jacket definitely offers better protection than the pants. I will likely upgrade the back protector, the stock foam seems like it offers only minimal protection.

The overall quality of the jacket is good but I did have one of the snaps break right after I got it. I'm sure I could have sent it back for a warranty fix, but the velcro and other snaps up front make one less snap unnoticeable.
August 11, 2015
Ride:
2007 Buell XB12X Ulysses
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Good jacket, wish it had more waterproof pockets.
This is an excellent jacket for the money. I was already to buy the sand 2 when I saw this thing and figured i'd give it a shot. I am a big fan of Scorpion lately. I bought a R2000 that blew me away for the price and features and this jacket is a similar deal.

It vents extremely well as you can imagine. It's a pain to get the vents situated but that's the same on pretty much any jacket that has huge vents. I recently did a trip with this jacket and was camping at 9000ft (36 degree mornings) and riding at 90F during the day. I was never cold or hot in it. I always felt pretty much a comfortable temperature even when off roading at low speeds.

I cannot comment on the waterproofing as it never seems to rain in CA.

The thermal liner seems good but all my riding has been too hot to use it. In the mornings it's warm enough with just the shell and clothing. If i was riding all day in <40 then I'd put it in but it simply doesn't seem to need it for short cold rides.

I do wish that it had a couple of internal zippable pockets. The pockets that are there are annoying when you have the vent panels open and don't seem that trust worthy so I end up using the external pockets which is not what I want to do. There is also only one waterproof pocket which I'd like to see at least two.
October 5, 2015
Ride:
2006 Yamaha YZF-R1
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Good Jacket
I bought this jacket because of the airflow, armor, and fabric makeup. It was one of the 4 jackets recommended by the Revzilla. I have ridden around 800 miles in this jacket since early July. The airflow is excellent, and the jacket keeps me cool until the mid 90s on a sunny day. I am a big guy, 6'4", 50" chest, and 38" sleeve. I bought the 3XL, and it fits great. I still have adjustment left in the straps. I have not had a chance to check out the rain liner or the insulated liner. My first complaint is you have to take the jacket off to close the chest vents. It would be nice to be able to close them with the jacket on. My second complaint is the the pockets could be larger and waterproof.
September 21, 2015
Ride:
2007 Suzuki DR650SE
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
Great Multi-Season (warm weather) Jacket!
I just received this jacket. I have not worn it riding yet, but I like it already. It does run slightly small. A motorcycle jacket should fit snug for safety and insulation value, but you are still going to want to go up a size in this jacket.

The Yosemite by Scorpion is geared towards narrow body types with broader shoulders and "less around the middle" (athletic body types). NOT American cut. The cut of the jacket is noticeably triangular from shoulders to waist, but there is some room for adjustability by using the cinch straps. Sits about mid-waist in front and bottom of butt in back.

I am 6', 170, 33" jeans waist. The Large in this jacket fits like a glove. It is snug with the liners and armor, and slightly loose without. Just the way I like it. I replaced the back protector with D30, so I factored in about an extra inch or so of width in the fitment.

I chose the Hi-Viz version (my first Hi-Viz jacket). Although "style" is a personal choice, I think this jacket strikes the perfect balance between visibility and being a sharp looking jacket. It would be suitable for several types of riders (although clearly geared for the Commuting, ADV, Touring crowd).

I own 5 other jackets (2 for cold-weather riding, and 3 for hot-weather riding). This jacket was meant to replace those jackets for all but the hottest and coldest weather. I think this is a great multi-season (warm weather) riding jacket in both comfort, fitment, safety, versatility, and visibility. I live in Wisconsin where it can be cold in the morning and hot in the afternoon. I like that I can 'close' up the vents in the morning, and 'unzip' the vents in the afternoons and only need to think about one jacket. The venting is far superior to my other multi-season jackets, and the armor is among the best available. As close to a fully mesh jacket you are going to find, that still offers multi season riding.

A few nitpicks:
-I wish they put hand pockets behind the front cargo pockets.
-stretch panels behind the shoulders would have been highly appreciated. The jacket is a little stiff there.

Love:
-The D30 armor is a great feature for a sub $400 jacket. (a also added the back protector).
- I love the monkey paws on the rain liner.
- nice warm zip-in thermal liner (although I would personally never wear it as a "destination" liner, because it is so short.)
-I love the style.
* I may update this later after wearing it this coming riding season.

Verdict:
Buy it!
February 23, 2016
Ride:
1997 Honda CB750 Nighthawk
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Good coat
I'm new to riding, so oddly enough this is my first jacket. Take this review as you will. I've mostly commuted with some blasts down the freeway and down the Historic Highway. I live in Portland, so cold and wet with some warmth now that it's spring.

The water proofing isn't bad. You have about 15 minutes in moderate rain until you get wet. That gives you plenty of time to pull over and toss on the water proof liner (I don't bother attaching it to the inside of the coat though it can be). I've rolled though a moderate storm or two, going 60 into the wind with the rain coming down, and came out perfectly dry when using the liner. It has not failed me yet. You do need to ensure you close the pocket flaps properly or they will collect rain.

I didn't bother with the winter liner, looks like it's not that effective. With the coat itself it gets a bit cold around the vents at 50 and below. With the vents open it gets warm at about 70 but I've gone up to 80 degrees without much issue (my coat is black btw). The arm vents can be opened or closed on the road when you are stopped at a light, the chest and back will require you to pull off to the side though. The arm vents are enough that if you're not sure if you are hitting the road and it's 70 or so that you don't really have to debate opening all the vents, it'll work fine with just the arms open.

I'm 6'3 225 lbs, about average with a bit of a beer gut. I bought the XL (would have bought the tall XL but it wasn't out at the time). The coat is a little tight on the beer gut and the front comes right up to my pants line, pretty much perfect. The rabbit pouch does a great job of covering my rear as it nearly goes down to the seat when I'm riding. It's perfect for holding a subway sandwich or a fifth of liquor, if you want to risk your back, with the water proof liner in it (I don't carry the thermal).

The pads and their containers have velcro and thus are adjustable. They seem to be fine but I haven't gone down so I can't say for certain. I bought a SAS-TEC back protector (SC-1/12) which required a little trim on the bottom and a bit off the neck part. Fits just fine.

I found that the coat burns on pipes fairly easily; changing the vents cost me a small hole in the arm one day. I guess this is to be expected. What I did not expect was that one of the arm strap holders (little rubberish deals on the arms) broke when I was going fast down the freeway (90 mph or so). The elbow armor also has a habit of getting in the way if you try to put on a backpack.

All in all I'm perfectly happy with the jacket and would recommend it.
May 12, 2015
Ride:
2015 Triumph Scrambler
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
3 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Fantastic Coat For The Price
I bought one of these coats in February and used it during this entire past riding season. It has performed flawlessly through everything that I've been through from early April to late October. Including a rainy, spring trip around Lake Michigan and a rainy, cold late summer trip to Glacier National Park.

Pros:
The only time it ever leaked was when I didn't have the waterproof liner situated properly under the shell or when I wore a high collar pullover under it. At that point the collar of the pullover contacted the non-waterproof collar of the shell and wicked some moisture down my back.

The only time I was ever cold in it was during stints of riding all day in sub-50 degree weather in the rain. But I prefer to be a little on the warm side when riding so that may be less of a concern for others who don't mind the cold so much. And a lot of my discomfort could have been attributed to my not-at-all-waterproof waterproof gloves.

The only time I was ever hot was when it got above 90 out. And at that point your probably going to be hot in a black coat no matter what. My bike also has a large touring screen on it, so a quick stand on the pegs got air flowing again and made things much better. The vents do take some time to open and close but are totally worth it. Same with the liners.

All of the Scorpion gear I have bought (helmet, pants and now this coat) have fit me suspiciously well. Like, I'm starting to think they may be taking measurements of me when I'm not looking. At 6'1", 170lbs with a somewhat athletic build the Large fits me perfectly. It's a bit snug with all the liners in and a bit loose with all the liners out but the straps and cinches help tailor the fit between load-outs.

Cons:
I do wish that the arm cinches were a bit sturdier (nothing's broken yet) and that they went across the vent instead of just to one side. With the vent all the way open the elbow armor flops around and it seems like a weak spot. The solution is to just bring the two zippers to the middle of the vent. So it's an easy work around but it seems like a minor oversight in design.

As others have said it could use more or just more convenient pockets. Hand warmer pockets behind the main lower pockets would be great.

I have had a hard time finding waterproof gloves that will fit under the cuffs of this jacket. My gauntlet style gloves don't fit inside the sleeves and wind up just funneling water down my arm and straight to my hands when worn over the top of the coat.

Conclusion:
This coat is great. Considering the price and flexibility, and comparing it to the price of other top-tier adventure coats, it's near unbeatable. I look forward to having mine for many years and trips to come. Thoroughly recommended.
December 2, 2015
Ride:
2014 Suzuki V-Strom DL650
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
Top Notch
I bought this to replace a vented Olympia jacket that got too close to my exhaust, when I took it off. Since I recently switched to an adventure bike, I took the opportunity to research what was out there that offered excellent ventilation. Living in the Hill Country of Texas, good ventilation is important. I was immediately attracted to the styling... nice clean lines and the red and gray version was quite handsome. The next thing was the vents... lots of big vents (You should note that they didn't mention the two vents on the side of the jacket, just above the belt in the review or written description). I really like the fact that once you have it on, you forget that it's there and the elbow pads can be infinitely adjusted. I really appreciate the top of the line shoulder and elbow pads... nice feature at any price.

For those of you considering this jacket, be aware that is a bit slim through the hips. I am 6ft and 150 lbs, but admittedly broader in the hips than some guys. I bough a Medium and it is fine, but if were 10-15lbs heavier, it might be too small. Another minor complaint is the "Velcro" closure on the collar; it really doesn't like to stay closed.

There is a lot to like about this jacket, especially at this price... good looking, great ventilation and good protection.

The only reason I didn't give the jacket an "excellent" for durability, is because its too soon to know.
March 17, 2015
Ride:
2013 Triumph Tiger Explorer
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
All in one jacket
I was looking for a jacket that could do it all...and this jacket does. Rather than spend a bunch of money and have multiple different jackets for different seasons I wanted to buy a jacket that could be used from summer all the way through the winter. I can say this jacket 100% fits what I was looking for.

When its hot you can unzip the sleeves and liners throughout the jacket and this thing flows a ton of air. When its cold you zip up the liners, throw in the rain liner + thermal and you're good to go.

If you're on the fence, don't hesitate. This jacket will save you from buying more gear later on and is worth the price. The only thing I wish it had was a decent back protector.
March 29, 2017
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Coat a little stiff but should break in nicely no room if I'm wearing insulated top or flannel shirt with armor installed for back length of sleeves ok I'm 6'2 with 42 chest and 38 waist bought xl bought gerbering heated liner so xl should be fine
December 24, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
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