ICON Patrol Waterproof Jacket

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ICON Patrol Waterproof Jacket
ICON Patrol Waterproof Jacket
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  • Yellow colorway meets U.S. military PPE hi-visibility specifications.
  • Icon relaxed fit.
  • Waterproof seam sealed nylon textile chassis.
  • Removable Icon CE field armor impact protector elbow and shoulder.
  • Removable Icon dual-density foam back pad.
  • Heavyweight ballistic impact panels.
  • YKK waterproof zippers.
  • Magnetic storm flap closures.
  • 3M reflective panels.
  • Multiple intake and exhaust vents.
  • Removable hydration pocket (bladder not included).
  • Twelve storage pockets.
  • Removable Thermolite insulated liner.
  • Upgradable to stryker CE back protector.

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Location: Canby, OR
ooot
Waterproof on the outside!

Most jackets advertised as "waterproof" have a removable inner liner that is waterproof. This works, kinda, but even if you are dry your jacket is still soaked. It takes time to dry a jacket out, and that's not really practical if you're commuting, or even if you want to go ride the following day. This jacket is waterproof on the outside, and that is awesome. There are only a handful of jackets that are built this way, and they are usually covered in pockets and cost a small fortune. The patrol jacket is much more suited to someone that rides a regular motorcycle on the road versus a dual-sport trek around the world. I'm 6'2", 180lb and the large fits me well with the thermal liner installed, it's a little loose without it. I didn't realize that this jacket was so well insulated that you don't need to bundle up, even when it's cold. At 40 degrees I'm comfortable in a t-shirt under this jacket. Opening the vents keeps it comfortable until about 70, hotter is OK as long as you're not sitting still. Recommended if you want to be dry but not look like you're on an expedition.

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Location: Tucson, AZ
BoGz
Warm winter jacket for AZ

This jacket has a hefty price but the build is great and have found no flaws with it as of yet. I purchased the yellow one to be seen a little better during rush hour traffic. It is so bright you might just look for the battery connection. One gripe but it's just a personal preference; I have to display a badge for work and getting to it is a chore because the front closure is so good (for rain and wind), wish it had ID holder like Military vests. Had to take out liner because it is too warm for Arizona winter. Did I say the yellow version is bright?

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Japan!
BikeBaka
AMAZING!!

I've had this jacket and the matching pants for over a year. Both the jacket and the pants feel great when you put it on. The inside is soft. The jacket and the pants have about 20 pockets together. Its insane. The pockets are in all the right locations. I wear this almost everyday in the winter, and I stay warm. All I ever wear underneath is a T-shirt and I stay dry and warm every time. Between the jacket and the pants, hands down this is the BEST motorcycle gear I have bought. Great quality too! I am 5' 6" about 185 and my jacket size is L pant size M but the pants are a little long, but their are buttons on the inside to adjust the leg length. Highly recommended!!

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Location: Renton, WA
specialev
Patrol Jacket

I'm pretty happy with this jacket so far. Been wearing it since december riding in freezing, raining, and windy conditions. The construction is excellent and what I've come to expect from icon products. Sizing runs somewhat larger from different jackets they make it seems, for reference I have an accelerant leather jacket in size medium and it's quite a bit more snug. There might just be a little more material in this one to accomodate more clothing. This thing keeps me warm, I wouldn't need anything more than just hte jacket for riding in Seattle.

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