New Motorcycle Jackets and Jeans for 2017 Riding Season

Functional and fashionable gear from REV'IT!

By Genevieve Schmitt, Editor

REVIT! makes highly functional motorcycle apparel for all types of riding. There is an extensive womens collection that includes jackets, pants, gloves, and boots. I reviewed the Levante jacket a few years ago and loved the attention to detail all around.

Heres just a small sample of some of the newest items in REVIT!s 2017 spring / summer collection. Some of these have the number 2 after the name indicating the second iteration of a classic piece. I appreciate how REVIT! continues to improve on some of its best sellers to offer riders the latest in comfort and protective feature technology.

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The Xena 2 is an updated version of REVIT!s classic sport jacket for women. It can be worn alone or zip to the leather Xena 2 pants.

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The Xena 2 sport style jacket is made from a thick soft cowhide leather balanced with stretch material so this figure-hugging jacket “gives.” This pink color combination is new, but it also comes in black/white; and black/white/red.
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The Xena 2 comes with shoulder and elbow armor; a back protector is optional. Waist adjustments, and a thermal liner give the jacket versatility.

new exciting motorcycle jackets revit eclipse
No matter what style of motorcycle you ride, we can all use a functional and protective mesh jacket for those extremely warm riding days. The Eclipse combines lightweight abrasion-resistant polyester on the impact zones with mesh everywhere else for one of the best “cooling” jackets on the market.

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In addition to white, the Eclipse comes in black and the brown shown here. Shoulder and elbow armor is included; a back protector is optional. Adjustments at the waist are a nice feature, and there are loops to attach the jacket to your jeans belt loops to prevent it from riding up.

new exciting motorcycle jackets horizon 2 women
The Horizon 2 is a waterproof abrasion-resistant textile jacket with all the features youd expect from a high-end all-weather touring garment. Ventilation, fit adjustments, large pockets, armor, and more make this jacket one of the best in the adventure touring market.

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The Horizon 2 comes in this gray color scheme called Anthracite, as well as an all-black version.

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We are on a quest to get all riders wearing abrasion-resistant riding jeans, and so is REVIT! with its new Westwood jeans. Stretch Cordura denim material offers maximum comfort in a form-hugging fit. The denim is equipped with a COOLMAX element to wick away moisture.
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An extra “PWR-shield” knit at the seat and knees gives the Westwood Ladies jeans unsurpassed tear and abrasion resistance. CE-level 1 knee protection comes standard, and theres the option to include similar hip protection. 3M Scotchlite reflection at the cuff of the jeans offers a touch of extra visibility when the sun goes down.

To learn more about the garments visit You can order from an online retailer or from a local dealer. There is a dealer locater on the website.

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7 thoughts on New Motorcycle Jackets and Jeans for 2017 Riding Season

  1. My issue is that most mesh and textile jackets (with the exception of Joe Rocket and Speed and Strength, and one Scorpion design) look like men’s racing jackets, and pretty much look exactly alike. Color blocking in vertical bands usually at the sides and/or across the shoulder/chest. Or they are a solid color.Only the jackets I’ve mentioned above have any kind of “design” element such as embroidery that truly adds design interest, or appeals to a rider who might not want to blend in with the crowd so easily.

  2. I was very excited to see this article, until I saw that sizes stop at XL. Seriously? Has REV’IT! looked at any random group of lady riders out there? We are size 2XL, 3XL, and up. And we want to look sharp and wear safe feminie gear while riding too! I’m 6 feet tall, long-waisted, and wear a size 12 woman’s boot and shoe. And I am very disappointed. Again. Would someone please make plus size feminine gear! So tired of wearing men’s gear. Please!

  3. Any real plus sizes yet? A lot of women do not like pink.

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