Fieldsheer Phantom 2.0 Jacket ( Size XXL)
- Premium quality 1.2-1.4mm cowhide leather
- Perforated sides and underarms
- YKK front zipper closure
- CE approved armor in shoulders and elbows with an SP Memory Foam® back protector
- Rear armor pocket accommodates optional CE back armor
- Zippered cuff closures
- Phoslite® reflective piping for increased nighttime visibility
- Elasticized leather stretch panels along sides for added mobility
- Zip-out full sleeve quilted liner with 100g polyfill insulation
- Mandarin collar with neoprene padding
- Two hand warmer pockets, one zippered map pocket, two waterproof cargo lining pockets plus phone and cargo pockets on quilted liner
- Adjustable waist belts
- 8” and 360° zipper connections
This jacket is sold in alpha sizes. You can go here for a conversion chart if you know your chest size. We recommend you measure your chest and belly to make sure you are selecting a jacket big enough to accommodate both. The belly size in this jacket will be about 6” less than the chest size (example, a 46 jacket will have a max belly of about 40”).
Our Two Cents
The Phantom 2.0 is a nice black leather jacket with a simple style. This jacket should be good in cold to warm temperatures. The undersides of the arms and the sides of the torso are perforated, while the rest of the jacket is solid. If it gets really warm, there are zippered vents at the biceps and two on the back to help keep the air flowing. On colder days, an insulated liner can be installed to keep you warm. This liner isn’t really windproof though, so the perforations on the sides may leave you feeling a little chilly if it gets really cold. There is reflective piping on this jacket that runs the full length of the sleeves front and back, as well as across the chest and shoulders on the back. This should keep you pretty visible at night even though this is a black jacket. While the jacket itself isn’t waterproof, there are two waterproof pockets inside. The downside is they are behind the liner, so if you need to get to them you will have to partially unzip the liner. There are other pockets in the liner, as well as a document pocket and two handwarmer pockets that are easily accessible, but they aren’t waterproof. For protection, the Phantom 2.0 uses CE approved armor in the shoulders and elbows, and an SP Memory Foam back pad. We would definitely recommend upgrading to CE approved back armor as it is much more substantial (see below). For closeup pictures of this jacket and it’s features, take the “View Larger Pictures” link above.
Note: This jacket was formerly marketed as the Aston 2.0 jacket, but the distributor had to change the name due to a copyright dispute with another jacket maker.