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Icon Patrol Jacket

  • 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 protectors at elbows and shoulders
  • 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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Sizing Information

Choose the size you’d normally buy in men’s clothing. The manufacturer provides this chart you can use to select a size based upon your chest measurements. We find the chart is a pretty good representation of actual fit. These jackets do not taper much at all and have a relaxed fit. I would say unless your belly is 3-4 inches larger than your chest, you can go by the chart below.

Size Max Chest
Small 36-38
Medium 38-40
Large 42-44
XL 44-46
XXL 46-48
XXXL 48-50
XXXXL 52-54

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Our Two Cents

If you ever encounter foul (not fowl) weather such as rain, wind, and cold on your rides, you already know how important it is to have the right gear. The Icon Patrol Jacket is a very well constructed all weather jacket design that will go the distance when it really counts. What I think I like the most about this jacket is that while it is a bit bigger than most sport jackets, it’s not nearly as bulky as some other touring jackets that are out there. The Patrol should be just as comfortable on a short trip to the store as it is on a jaunt across your state (or country). The material used in the construction of the Patrol jacket is soft and flexible, with reinforced panels at the shoulders and elbows. A dual density foam back pad is included (upgradable to the Stryker CE approved back armor), and CE approved elbow and shoulder armor is also included. What really stands out about the Patrol Jacket is its climate control features. The outer shell of this jacket is waterproof, which means the shell of the jacket won’t get soaked and heavy (as do jackets with built in liners). The seams are taped and sealed, and waterproof zippers are used throughout the exterior. The Patrol Jacket also has a detachable hood, which will be handy when off the bike in cold or wet conditions. Unfortunately the hood is too thick to fit under a helmet, so its use is somewhat limited. Another crossover feature from ski jackets is a waist gaiter. Ski jackets use these to keep snow from getting up inside the jacket, and it should work just as well on the Patrol jacket to keep out unwanted wind and water. One of my favorite features of the Patrol jacket is the storm flap. Instead of buttons or Velcro, the Patrol has magnets built into the flap, a simple feature, but it sure makes getting the jacket on and off less of a hassle (plus it’s just a cool feature). Another bad weather feature of the jacket is a shammy built into the left chest pocket. It’s on a lanyard so you can easily pull it out to clean your face shield as necessary. Speaking of pockets, the Patrol jacket has plenty. Two hand warmer pockets, two upper torso pockets (which double as vents), a zippered sleeve pocket and a rear storage pouch round out the exterior pockets. On the inside is a zippered document pocket, two cargo pockets, and a dry pocket with a clear window which would be great for a cell phone or mp3 player. The insulated liner has pass through openings for easy access to all of the interior pockets. The liner is nice and warm, without being overly bulky or thick, and is easily removed for warm weather. Ventilation in this jacket appears to be quite good as well. There are large zippered vents under the arms, at the biceps, chest, and back. The two upper torso pockets can also be left open for some additional venting if it is really warm outside. Unlike traditional jackets with a waterproof mid-liner, the vents on the Patrol Jacket WILL deliver air directly to your skin, which makes this jacket truly versatile. We have taken quite a few images of the Patrol jacket in the Mil-Spec Yellow color (including some night-simulation shots!), so be sure to click the “View Larger Images” link above to check them out.

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