CV (Fairfax )
Bought this for my rev'it airway2 jacket and it fits as expected. Going from no back protector to this is obviously a noticeable change, as it decreases airflow and it is less comfortable than having no back plate; however, it has holes to provide some airflow while still protecting your spine. It's also not rock hard, so it is comfortable even when wearing a backpack on your back. all in all, good product.
Tim (Marietta )
If you ride in hot and humid weather, you need a mesh jacket! After a month of regular use I can tell you that the Rev'it Airwave 2 is great. It's comfortable, fits well and breaths well. The pockets (inside and out) are well sized and easy to use. One little complaint is that the zippered pockets don't include pulls - so they are difficult to operate with gloves. So, I made two pulls for the zippers, and....voila! I'm 5'7", 40" chest and about 160lbs and went with the size large based on many reviews which said this one runs small. It's got a little extra room, but fits well enough that I think the medium would definitely have been too small for me.
David (San mateo )
I got the 2x large size and my waist is only a 34. They are big but still fit nicely when riding and will go over any pants I have on comfortably. The liner is extreme, I will only use if riding below 50 degrees F. Knee and hip pads are sufficient and the mesh without the liner is great for warm days. I have been wearing these every work day for about 5 months and I have no complaints.
Jon (Superior, CO )
I only used it in one rain storm and it worked. That's all I care about. The velcro that folds over the zipper is a bit of a pain to deal with, but I don't plan to be using it every day. I like how lightweight and compact it is which makes it easy to keep with the bike for those unexpected rainstorms when you are on your bike and need to get somewhere. I am happy with the product. My ratings are average for fit, finish, durability and features, but the most important thing for which I give it a 5 star rating is the cost benefit. Perhaps if you needed something for a lot of time of use, you might want to get something more durable with a perfect fit. This product is a bit loose on me, but I like that because it will allow me to use it if I ever have lots of clothes or a snow suit on underneath it.
Michael Lubke (Austin )
I've had these boots for about a year and wear them frequently even on days I'm not riding. I like everything about the boots, except the stitching is starting to fail. The trim along the sole is falling off and some of the stitching on above the toe has torn. For $300, they should last for years not months.
BKP (Cumming )
I'm a fan of Rev'It gloves and have a number of different models. I'm pleased with all of them, and the Fly 2 is no exception. I've traditionally worn a large in Rev'It, and the large fits perfectly in the Fly 2. The perforations flow air fabulously, so it makes an excellent warm/hot weather glove. Below about 60 degrees, I'd want something non-perf. The exterior is mostly goat leather, so the durability should be excellent. Most, if not all of the Rev'Its feature the phone-touch index and thumb now. It works, however, seems to wear thin after about a year if you use it often, on other Rev'Its I've owned. The Fly 2 has a short cuff, which works well for me (and shouldn't interfere with any jacket. Bottom line, great summer glove.