REVIT Triomphe Jacket
- Outer shell: PWR|shell Insulation detachable thermal liner
- Protection: SEESMART™ CE-level 1 protection | prepared for SEESOFT™ CE-level 2 back protector insert – Type RV
- Visibility: laminated reflection
- Waterproofing & Breathability: hydratex® | G-liner
- Composition: 100% Polyamide
- Fit: city fit | regular
- Adjustability: adjustment tabs | elastic draw cord at hem | zipper at hem
-detachable hood- (actually the hood is not removable) | V-flap at cuff
- Pockets: stash pockets | document pocket | inner pockets
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We measured and tried on all the sizes in this overshirt and developed the size chart below to help you buy the right size. The overall fit is trim… some call it a “European” cut, which means it is close fitting and will work best for those with a trim build. For most people, you’ll find that you have to buy one size larger than you usually wear in men’s clothing. The exception would be a person with a tall, trim built who prefers the European fit.
We put a Medium and XL on our two Fit Check mannequins Huey and Dewey. We generally buy test jackets in a Medium for Huey and an XL for Dewey (41” and 45” chest respectively) assuming these jackets would fit “normally”, and were able to get them on the two mannequins, but it was a very tight fit.
Sleeve lengths are noticeably generous. The arms are fairly trim so those with stout builds probably won’t like the overall cut, but taller and leaner cut people probably will love it.
|Overshirt Size||Max Chest||Our Estimate
of Max Belly/Waist
Our Two Cents
The Triomphe jacket is a unique style that will work off the bike just as well as on the bike. The shell includes a waterproof liner and armor for the shoulders and elbows is included also.
The overall style here definitely has an urban vibe. The armor is the very thin and flexible so that the jacket doesn’t look like it has armor protection. The fabric used is a more “dressy” textile material. It reminds me of what you’d see on a men’s dress overcoat. It looks very nice and doesn’t wrinkle or “crinkle” as much as traditional textile material.
The jacket is definitely make for cool to cold weather use and wet weather to boot! The shell is water resistant and just under the outer shell is a full waterproof liner. The inside of the jacket is lined with the normal nylon mesh. With a fixed liner arrangement the jacket will definitely be waterproof. With with the fixed liner and no venting, you won’t get much use out of this style in spring and summer… it will be hot I’m afraid.
And for the cold weather, this jacket includes a full sleeve thermal liner. Its really nice and thick and has knitted cuffs at the sleeve ends. Along with the shell, the waterproof liner and all, this should really be a warm winter jacket. I’d go on a limb and say it might be the most warm style we have!
Take a look at the hood and collar arrangement. Its almost certainly designed for use off the bike (or on the bike but with no helmet, as it could not be worn under a helmet). It does have a snap in back to hold the hood down and keep it from flapping up if you are on the bike though. With the hood up, its built with a unique bill in front to keep the rain off your face. You can adjust that bill with a snap on the top of the hood… whether you want it pulled down low on your forehead or higher up to see better. The collar underneath is tall and should seal out water and keep the wind off your neck. Its really an elaborate arrangement and one that is perfect for rain and snow.
As you can see, the overall style works for any use really. I’d go on a limb and say it have MORE features for use off the bike. I can picture somebody wearing this to ride a bike to work in the city over their dress clothes. Away from the bike, you’d never know it was a motorcycle jacket per se. :: Paul, 11-06-18
Add a Back Protector: This jacket is made with a pocket to accept a Seesoft CE Level 2 Back Protector Insert type RV (RV refers to the shape). For sizes Small or Medium, choose size 4; for Large thru XXL, choose size 5 and for XXXL and larger choose size 6.
REVIT says: The Triomphe hooded parka blends looking good and staying safe into one beautifully executed jacket. Our hydratex® membrane is incorporated in a G-liner construction to ensure a 100% waterproof jacket that also offers the right breathability. And thanks to our in-house developed SEESMART™ protectors, the Triomphe jacket offers impact protection exceeding CE-level 1 on shoulders and elbows, with the option to insert a SEESOFT™ CE-level 2 back protector in the prepared pocket.