Icon Device Textile Motorcycle Jacket

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So I have had the pleasure of reviewing the Icon Device Textile Motorcycle Jacket for the last week. It is a jacket that is cut based off the Icon 1000 Chapter jacket so it should be on the snug side. The idea was to give a low cost alternative to the $600 Chapter, and $400 Leather Device. For me it is a great jacket. I am built like a linebacker so it is snug but I had a ton of room in the shoulders. It made me think I should not eat any sweets though. I did have another guy try on the jacket who is the same size as me but skinnier in the waist, it fit him perfectly. He had zero issues with how it fit. The only thing I would like to have seen is reflective material on the jacket. On the shoulders there is the baffling that would be perfect to have reflective piping.

Icon Device Textile Motorcycle Jacket Front

Check back tomorrow when I review it in cold weather. Yep I live in Utah and it is already in the 40’s when I ride to work and it is only September so I am gonna test the liner like nobody else. The jacket is really sporty and my wife dug it more than any of my other jackets.

Icon Device Jacket Product Information
• Icon Sport Fit
• Durable textile chassis
• Removable Icon Field Armor
• Elbow & Shoulder CE impact protectors
• Removable dual density CE foam back pad
• Gather stretch panels for comfort and flexibility
• Removable insulated wind resistant vest liner
• Available in Red, Blue, Stealth, Grey, and Canteen Green
• S-2X: $190
• 3X-5X: $210

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