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Gave this jacket to my husband for Christmas. Very good quality. Piece of mind for me, knowing he can be seen with the reflective strips while riding his motorcycle in the rain....
RX 2 Yellow Motorcyle Rain Jacket
Keep safe and highly visible with this yellow motorcycle rain jacket. For added safety this coat features sew in reflective piping. The nylon fabric with a waterproof front flap, lined collar, elastic cuff, and Velcro closure are designed for comfort.
- Stay safe and out of the weather with this RX 2 motorcycle rain jacket
- This rain coat has a nylon fabric design with a waterproof front flap
- Rain coat has reflective piping for added safety
- Lined collar
- Adjustable waist bullet
- Elastic cuff with Velcro adjustment
- Velcro closure
- Comes with a self storage pocket
- Available in a yellow color option
- Click here to view our men's sizing guide
- Nylon construction
- Model number 51-106Y
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Gave this jacket to my husband for Christmas. Very good quality. Piece of mind for me, knowing he can be seen with the reflective strips while riding his motorcycle in the rain.Read More
Purchased to wear for working and riding in the rain. Works as described and better. Perfect fit and has held up well in hard wood working situations. The price was a third of what I had found elsewhere. Great quality.Read More
Awesome jacket. Fits very well and looks sharp. Will serve as a good riding rain jacket and even the pockets overlap with velcro so as not to leak through the zipper - good thinking. But makes the pockets a little harder to get at during everyday use. Nothing to really complain about but only has the two pockets - wish it had an inside pocket as well. Awesome purchase - thanks!Read More
My husband loved his motorcycle rain jacket. Loves the color - to be able to be seen by cars on the road. Loves the fit.Read More
Good jacket ...only issue is the zipper is backwards (the zipper zips up on the left)Read More
Great color for visibility in bike riding. The zippered front with the velcro overflap is great and keeps the rain and cold wind out. The crew collar is fantastic and helps to keep the rain out as well. The adjustable velcro waist belts make for a perfecr fit everytime. For less than $$$ you could not go wrong and it is very durable, rolls up nicely for saddlebag storage.Read More
This item is heavier weight and more comfortable due to the good lining. The sizing was very accurate with just a little extra room for cooler weather garment underneath. I'm not a rider but needed a rain coat. A hood in the collar for those times when you are off the bike might be nice. The only thing that was a little surprising was that the pockets opened from the side instead of the top. This is good in a rider position but a little inconvenient while walking. This is why I dropped the rating a little. The price was very good and the shipping is a great feature.Read More
Very happy with purchase. Have not had it on below 50 degree yet! Light weight and very good wind protection.Read More
WELL THOUGHT OUT PRODUCT...GLAD I GOT IT...TRYING TO TALK MY BUDDIES INTO BUYING ONE..MAIN ZIPPER COULD HAVE BEEN A LITTLE LARGER, BUT WORKS WELL GOOD IDEAS ON SNUG SLEEVES AND VELCRO AROUND COLLAR. COULD HAVE HAD A LITTLE MORE REFLECTIVE MATERIAL ON SHOULDERS AND SLEEVES.Read More
Jacket is of good quality. Doesn't look or feel cheap. Bright yellow color is easy to see in poor weather conditions. Is thick or stiff enough that it doesn't flop in the wind when riding. Closes up nicely and keeps you dry. I was caught in an unanticipated downpour and was able to travel several miles to shelter comfortably. I have also worn it on a chilly night ride. Again, kept me warm / comfortable and I liked the bright yellow color at night.Read More
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Hello mikeont, This jacket has received excellent reviews! The length of the back of this jacket is approximately: 33.375 inches (medium), 34.25 inches (large), 35.125 inches (XL), and 36 inches (2XL). I hope this information helps. Thanks for shopping with us.
What is lining made of? I want a a jacket to wear spring-fall.
This item is made out of 100% Nylon.
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