REVIT Nitric H2O Rain Jacket ::

REVIT Nitric H2O Rain Jacket

  • Constructed of 100% waterproof, breathable PVC-free PWR Oxford with PU coating
  • Draw cords at the cuffs, collar, hips and waist
  • Adjustment straps at waist
  • Reflective panels on the upper arms
  • Waterproof document pocket
  • Stash pockets
  • Hood with easy inside-collar storage
  • Includes transport bag
  • EN343 certified

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Sizing Information

This rain jacket is made to fit over riding gear. In other REV’IT! gear we’ve found the sizing to be a bit on the smallish side and the same goes for the rain jacket. If you ALWAYS wear one size in men’s clothing, then buy that size, but if you are sometimes between sizes, I’d advise you to buy the larger in this one.

Our Two Cents

The materials used in the Nitric H2O rain jacket allow for the jacket to pack away in a very small space. In fact the jacket comes in its own little storage pouch for easy stowage. The material feels sturdy and not too heavy, nor too light. It has the usual rainsuit features… adjusters at the waist and some Velcro at the sleeve ends, and there is a stretch cord built into the tail of the jacket to help secure it against you to keep out rain and to keep it from flapping around. There are a couple large waterproof flap pockets on the outside and one inside pocket. One other neat feature that is always a help is the integral rain hood you can put on under your helmet to keep water from coming in around the neck. The only pan I’d have for you on this jacket is the nighttime reflectives… it has them, but they really didn’t perform all that well in our nighttime photo (take the “View Larger Images” link above to see those shots and all the other feature photos :: Paul, 10-07-12

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