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The Rev’It Offtrack jacket will cover you for any adventure riding you’re planning on. Rain or shine this jacket will cover you, while also keeping you safe if anything turns for the worse in CE-level 2 padding in the jacket with an additional detachable and waterproof Hydratex liner. If you want to do all this, but don’t want to do it in black, then this lightweight, well ventilated garment also comes in silver in red, blue, green, or sand and black colors in sizes S-XXL. This jacket really does have a lot of features, making it an excellent versatile jacket. This jacket’s competitors include the Alpinestars Valparaiso 2 Drystar, the Dainese Super Rider D-Dry, the Alpinestars Andes V2 DS, and, at the higher end of the market the Dainese D-Cyclone Gore-Tex.
The Revit Offtrack jacket is mainly 450 density polyester, but the outsides of the forearms have been beefed up to 600D in case you’re in any fall. There’s 3D air mesh around the collar to keep you cool as well as PWR mesh vents in the chest and back. This jacket also has a nice amount of reflection to keep you visible. It comes in at a recommended retail price of almost 370 euros, or around 400 US dollars.
For protection the Rev’It Off Track should cover you however you choose to pursue your adventure. This jacket features 600D polyester reinforcement in the arms if you have a spill. But you do have great hard protection on this jacket. This jacket already comes with Revit’s SEEFLEX level 2 CE protection in the shoulders and elbows. This armor is light, flexible, and it’ll help dissipate some of the force of your impact if it comes to that. This jacket also comes prepared for a SEESOFT CE-level 2 back protector as well as CE-level 1 divided chest protectors. Lastly, this jacket also comes with a zip and belt loops in the back so you can attach them to a pair of Revit riding pants or the Revit Safeway belt, which’ll help prevent the jacket riding up as you ride and if you come into contact with the road.
This jacket also does great for comfort. Revit have handed the reins over to you for how and when you want to wear this jacket. If the temperature rises, the VCS ventilation panels will be very helpful. This jacket has two big PWR mesh panels on the front that can be opened to optimize airflow. Again, this jacket has air mesh at the top as well as the mesh on the back. But you can open another vent in the back even more if you lift up a flap, exposing even more air mesh. This jacket also has double short connection zippers on both arms, so you can let in air in from the top or the bottom, depending on what you want.
This jacket also gives plenty of adjustability for better fit. In the sleeves are standard Velcro strap cuff as well as a strap around the tricep to help tuck in any bits of coat you’d like to. This jacket also features two belts around the waist so you can cinch it. You can also tighten the base of the jacket with two elastic toggles.
For the interior, this jacket will still be good in cool or wet weather. The Revit Off Track has two liners. On the inside, if the temperature drops the detachable thermal liner is very useful in combination with Revit’s waterproof Hydratex-G liner to keep you dry. The thermal liner can be zipped or unzipped from the jacket.
The Offtrack comes with two Velcro pockets on the outside as well as one liner pocket on the interior. One last nice feature is that the jacket has little hook around the collar so if you want the collar open, but not in your way you can just hook it around this way.