Joe Rocket Reactor 2.0 Jacket ::

Joe Rocket Reactor 2.0 Jacket

  • Combined Free-Air poly mesh and perforated leather shell
  • Removable waterproof liner included
  • C.E. rated protectors in shoulders and elbows
  • Removable spine pad
  • Elastic sleeve adjusters
  • Sure Fit adjustable waistband
  • Zippers for optional Sahara vest
  • 8” rear zipper for pant attachment
  • Reflective stripe
  • Pocket for audio device with port for wire
  • Pocket for face shield storage

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Sizing Information

Have a look at Joe Rocket’s sizing chart. We feel this size chart gives an accurate estimate of size for this product.

Update 10-04-12: One customer pointed out that the 4XL and 5XL in this jacket is larger than the Joe Rocket size chart indicates. We double checked them all and confirmed this. For all sizes up through 3XL the chart is accurate. Here is the chest and waist for 4XL and 5XL:

Size Max Chest Max Waist
4XL 62 52
5XL 65 55

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Our Two Cents

The Reactor 2.0 is a full mesh and leather sport jacket, primarily for warm weather street and sport riding. The main body is mostly mesh and there are leather overlays on the elbows and shoulders. The leather used is perforated, so it shouldn’t cut down on the jacket’s breathability (as compared to a mesh only jacket I mean). To help extend the jacket’s comfort range, you get a Dry Tech Liner as standard. The liner works great on cool mornings to take the chill off and can be easily removed and stored when it warms up. The armor in the shoulders and elbows of this jacket is a CE approved “turtle shell” molded rubber type. The back protector supplied is dual density. This jacket also has a couple unique and novel features: an MP3 player pocket with a grommet to pass your head phone cord through near the neck and a replacement face shield pocket. The face shield pocket feature is very imaginative. Take the “View Larger Pictures” link above to see the location of this pocket. When the shield is in place in the jacket it hangs around your lower torso on one side. The shape of the shield and the location of the pocket makes it to where you hardly notice the shield is there.

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Happy Customers Who Bought This Product

From: eric t.
Location: Belgium

Merci pour cette commande, et merci pour les bon renseignements, très bonne communication et vendeur très professionnels , je recommande la maison.

From: Mark S.
Location: Arizona

It seems that my left jacket sleeve got pushed up, armor and all, exposing my elbow to the tarmac. Road-rash! NOT THE JACKETS FAULT though. (Read more...)