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REV'IT! Pacific 2 H2O Rainsuit
REV'IT! Pacific 2 H2O RainsuitThe REV'IT! rain wear collection received an upgrade last season. The Pacific H20, which has been a best seller since its 2011 introduction, just got better. An update...
REV'IT! Cyclone 2 H2o Rain Jacket
REV'IT! Cyclone 2 H2o Rain Jacket The Cyclone 2 H2O is the range's no nonsense rain jacket. Made from highly technical material constructed in a clean design, the Cyclone 2 H2O does exactly what it...
REV'IT! Acid H20 Rain Pants
REV'IT! Acid H20 Rain Pants Take the ACID H2O rain trousers anywhere you're going, just in case you suddenly find yourself in a downpour. They are easy to slip on, even over textile or leather tr...
REV'IT! Quartz H2o Rain Jacket
REV'IT! Quartz H2o Rain JacketWho knew that rain gear could look this stylish? The 100% waterproof REVIT Quartz H2O Jacket will keep you dry on the inside and stylish on the outside thanks to its d...
REV'IT! Guardian H2o Rain Pants
REV'IT! Guardian H2o Rain PantsThese rain trousers have a fully adjustable wide fit and feature side zippers for a quick and easy entrance. Their 3 layer construction makes these trousers especiall...
REV'IT! Guardian H2o Rain Jacket
REV'IT! Guardian H2o Rain Jacket This rain jacket will not only keep the rider dry but provides exceptional comfort to the wearer, thanks to a 3 layer constructed pouter shell with Ripstop 3L. The ...
REV'IT! Nitric 2 H2o Rain Jacket
REV'IT! Nitric 2 H2o Rain JacketA stylish rain jacket made from highly technical materials and equipped with all of the desirable features a high-end rain jacket should have. The non-sticking PVC-f...
REV'IT! Topaz H2o Rain Jacket
REV'IT!  Topaz H2o Rain JacketA perfect blend of style and function, the Topaz is 100% waterproof and looks great on or off the bike. Protection features- 100% waterproof Reflective prints at chest...

Latest Reviews

Abel (Hercules )

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Armored Snow Gloves

I picked these up to stop my hands from freezing, they work 99% of the time. I've used them at 40 degree mornings on a 45 min commute and it's all good. As soon as it gets colder, you start to feel it right away. It's still a whole lot better than summer gloves. I would buy again

Marc (farmington )

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Where does the money go??

This jacket looks really nice and it's a famous brand so I expected more. I also own a Joe Rocket & Speed & Strength jackets. Compared to Rocket & Speed this jacket is lacking the following; - no spine pod - no liner - minimal adjustment at the waist & sleeves so it flaps in the wind - minimal reflective. My other jackets have about 6 times more reflective. - scratchy fabric at cuff & collar. Not well thought out for riding. - Only one belt snap to attach to my jeans and it's located in a place that is hard to reach On a plus side, +Sewing quality is noce + they sponsor plenty of racers Conclusion, this jacket should cost $50 less than a Joe Rocket Phoenix and not $50 more. WHERE DID THEY SPEND THE MONEY???

Robert (Mayfield Heights )

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Good Suit So Far

This is a good suit so far. I've only had to use it once, but it did its job and kept me dry. Don't take my lower mark on "Durability" too seriously. I simply haven't had the suit long enough to make an informed comment either way.

Marc (farmington )

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How could it cost so much?? There's nothing here!

I also bought a GT-R Air, and like that jacket this one runs smaller than other U.S. based brands. This jacket looks really nice and it's a famous brand so I expected more. I also own a Joe Rocket & Speed & Strength jackets. Compared to Rocket & Speed this jacket is lacking the following; - no spine pad - no liner - minimal adjustment at the waist & sleeves so it flaps in the wind - minimal reflective. My other jackets have about 6 times more reflective. - scratchy fabric at cuff & collar. Not well thought out for riding. - Only one belt snap to attach to my jeans and it's located in a place that is hard to reach On a plus side, +Sewing quality is nice + they sponsor plenty of racers Conclusion, this jacket should cost $50 less than a Joe Rocket Phoenix and not $50 more. WHERE DID THEY SPEND THE MONEY??? They should road test this jacket and compare it to others.

Richard (Escondido )

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San pro 2

Bought these based on others reviews and the fact that my Touratech (held) fell apart in the fingers after getting wet once. Like others said I went up a size. Still a bit tight and a few fingers a tad short but another size up would be too big. They are made with a precurve In hand for Moto grips maybe you like maybe you don't. I still prefer my Klim Mohave but they are really light weight motocross gloves not practical on long adventure rides. Not sure for durability as only a month but they are breaking in a getting better. Not used to a lined glove and think without that the size would be perfect. For the price a good glove for Adv riders.

Jill (Missoula )

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Pretty great so far

Just got this in the mail and tried it on around the house so I will update as I have more experience but this site is painfully without reviews, so... First impression is great! It has all the bells and whistles you would want! AND they seem quality!! Very pumped. The fit is very fitted, for lack of a better word, but the shoulders, arm length and torso are spot on, and break in is always expected in protective leather jackets, but for now I feel a bit like C3PO. For reference, I'm 5'8", 148 lbs, 35" chest, 30" waist, 40" hips. I got the size 40, so you'll see I just followed the size chart. The jacket is heavy, which I personally look for in something that should protect me from the road. As for layering, however, a fitted long sleeve will have to suffice until the arms loosen, so glad it doesn't have venting... Pockets. This is important for me! The outside pockets are surprisingly roomy. The little top pocket by the neck is probably just going to have chap stick but the outside pockets can accommodate quite a bit. Mine will probably have proof of insurance and title. The inside pocket is awkward. The opening is up against your breast, and the C3PO arms make it a bit tough to get anything in it, especially to the depths... Up side, however, is that it's big! I listen to music and directions through ear buds on longer trips and I will definitely have room for my iPhone 6 and Skull Candys in this pocket. Yay! One last thing-the length. I got this jacket because I have a Roland Sands Maven, and it is beautiful, but it is NOT for cooler weather. The perforation and length had me cold in glacier in early August, even with 2 long layers beneath it. This jacket is to be my cold weather jacket, so I was glad of the lack of venting, but hoped it would be long enough to cover my lower back on my long torso!! So far so good, and I'm pumped for the pants connecting zipper option and belt loops! All in all, I'm REALLY HAPPY!! (And as you probably noticed, I'm a bit picky!!)