May 09, 2013(seattle, WA)
Good fit! I'm 6'2" 165lbs and the xl tall fits great with all the layers in. Would highly recommend.
Scorpion Hat Trick
Ryan N. -
March 26, 2013(Pittsburgh, PA)
I bought this jacket a year ago. It fits well for the most part. At 6'3" 185lbs wearing an XL, the sleeves are just a tad short. I've rode in this jacket from the low 30's to mid 80's. It keeps me very warm in the cold temps. Being a black jacket, it does get a little steamy in summer. It has lots of pockets for keeping your things. Replace the foam pads with D3O. I have, and will continue to recommend this jacket to anyone.
Hat Trick Jacket
December 21, 2012(Springfield, IL)
I'm 6' 210 lbs. Ordered an XL. Had to exchange it for a XXL. The fit now is a little long in the arms while standing with my arms down to my sides but is perfect in the riding position. The elbow pads now hang below the elbows, so I took them out. Cons: Size - Besides it being a little long in the sleeves and can't use the elbow pads, I love this jacket. I’d highly recommend buying this jacket to anyone considering it. You won't be disappointed. Well worth the money spent. I'd buy it again.
September 10, 2012(columbia, SC)
This jacket is everything it was said to be. It looks sharp. It kept my upper half dry when it rained a few days ago and when it got cool that very same night it worked well. I would recommend this jacket to others.
August 16, 2012(State College, PA)
I've had this jacket now for 2 years and thought I'd provide an update. It still looks great and the construction of the jacket seems to be holding out well. No loose threads or broken zippers etc. Some of the cons. Wrist zippers tend to open wider if you don't have them completely zipped down. Then, the 2 flaps blow around a bit. Absence of a collar on the mesh jacket is a bother. The jacket tends to ride up and the zipper or flaps rub your neck.
Scorpion Hat Trick Jacket.
July 20, 2012(Mosheim, TN)
Good jacket. Just not for real hot weather, the mesh is tight, I ride a SV650n bike. If the rain liner is out, there is no collar & can cause neck chaffing. The zippers tend to not stay, in any position but fully closed, the wrist tend to move at speed, unless glove locks them. It's a good 4 season jacket in mild weather area's & sharp looking, it should provide years of service. Sizes run true & It's good quality. My biggest gripe, is it's lack of a padded neck collar, without the rain insert.
True All-Season Jacket!
Marshal M -
March 09, 2012(Guelph, ON)
Pricy, but worth every penny. Sizing is accurate. The zip-in rain liner blocks wet and wind. Quilted liner zips in under that to keep you warm even when it's near freezing out. Liners easy in and out. The mesh outer jacket is hefty - but definitely well-ventilated for hot days. Not the lightest mesh - but durable. This is a real all-season jacket, even in Canada. Wish it had adjusters on sleeves to help keep armor in place on elbows. Overall, a great jacket, great style, highly recommended.
Good waterproof jacket
March 02, 2012(Gloucester, VA)
I bought this jacket and the Icon Patrol jacket. I would have to say this jacket is a lot better. It keeps water out after 45min of riding or even more. It’s warm and a lot better fit, and I don’t worry about getting wet.
Great 3 Season Jacket
September 26, 2011(Sebastian, FL)
Fits well and feels great
August 15, 2011(Marina, CA)
Fits great got it in an xl tall which was a smart move being 6'2 with a long torso. It keeps me dry and regulates body temp well. So far nothing negative to say about it just a well-made jacket overall. Highly recommend!