Whether your ride takes you over chilly mountain passes or along soggy morning commutes, the Patrol will go the distance with unmatched safety, comfort and weather protection. Features - Icon relaxed fit - Removable hydration pocket (bladder not included) - Twelve storage pockets Climate Control - Waterproof seam sealed nylon textile chassis - YKK waterproof zippers - Magnetic storm flap closures - Removable Thermolite insulated liner - Multiple intake and exhaust vents Safety - Yellow colorway meets U.S. military PPE hi-visibility specifications - 3M reflective panels - Removable Icon CE field armor impact protector elbow and shoulder - Removable Icon dual-density foam back pad - Heavyweight ballistic impact panels - Upgradable to Stryker CE back protector You may also be interested in our motorcycle helmets.
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from Northern, NJ
Comments about Icon Patrol Waterproof Motorcycle Jacket:
Purchased for a west coast, December, 3 day adventure. Performed very well in the rain & was super comfortable. Didn't even use the internal liner which stayed in the saddlebag. Although I did have thermals on. Would buy again! Bike Bandit also did a great job getting me the jacket quickly.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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- a nicely styled jacket but is expensive and performs poorly compared to other jackets in the price range- uses less abrasion resistant materials compared to other jackets in price range- there are better jackets at this price point- not a bad jacket but not best in class. Bike Bandit has better all season touring jackets at this price point like the Olympia AST
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Gimmicky jacket and not worth the price
from Seattle, WA
Less than an hour into a Pacific NW rainy day I'm wet on both elbows and that's with a full fairing. The hood has to be unzipped and stored somewhere as it doesn't tuck away or fold up. The water pouch is useless most of the time but removing it leaves the attachment points flapping around. The jacket (large) was huge for me where a regular is normally snug so be sure to try it on before losing *any* of the packing/display materials or you can't return/exchange it.
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