RevIt Outback

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by Kernalpanx, Oct 21, 2013.

  1. Kernalpanx

    Kernalpanx Adventurer

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    Picked up a Rev It Outback this week... very solid and well thought out. I did 250 km on it the other day north of Beijing.. morning was 3C after using the wind proof internal liner and the shell i was warm enough. I had the back vents open from the beginning of the ride... as it warmed up to 20 C during the afternoon i just opened the front and sleeve vents .... and removed the liner very quickly. I was comfortable at the 20 C with the jacket on and sun shining. I did find the jacket with just the shell a little warm in heavy stop and go traffic once back in BJ.
    I have not tested the jacket in the rain yet. So far nothing but good things to say about the jacket... fit wise.. i usually wear a 3 XL ... this need a 6XL for my shoulders ... i need to tighten the body quite a bit to get the proper fit. But still very comfortable.
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  2. Kernalpanx

    Kernalpanx Adventurer

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    Ok so last night was raining and 6C ... completely dry on the inside... still no thermal lining ... just the wind resistant liner.. more then warm enough. Just needed gloves.. ordering the pants today.

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  3. Kernalpanx

    Kernalpanx Adventurer

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    Last night was -4 C with winds in the 60kmh range ... With the both liners on the highway averaging around 100 kmh I was still toasty warm.

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