Olympia Moto Sports AST 2 Mens Jackets are perfectly suited to be all season jacket. With a waterproof breathable shell, Olympia Moto Sports AST 2 Jackets will keep the water at bay so you can enjoy your ride. Olympia Moto Sports AST 2 Mens Jackets have tons of pockets and a venting system to keep the air circulating so you don't get too hot. Olympia Moto Sports AST 2 Mens Jackets have an insulated liner that can be worn together with the outer shell, or separately as a light jacket on its own.
Outer shell constructed in coated 500 and 2000 denier CORDURA® fabric
Waterproof/breathable membrane adds double waterproof protection
Thermolite® insulated liner jacket
Airflow Ventilation System at chest arms and back
Slide buckle straps at chest pocket vents create adjustable airflow
Double storm placket front closure
Removable CE motion flex armor at elbows and shoulders
Removable CE approved Motion Flex articulated back protector
Cool mesh airflow lining
Custom Fit detailing at collar, cuffs, elbows and waist
Full circumference neoprene collar insert
3M Scotchlite® reflective piping at front, sides and back
Six storage pockets
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Good Jacket, very warm - Marine SC
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: very warm, looks great
The AST 2 jacket looks great, and is very warm. Olympia sure put in a lot of pocket. Very good quality. I'm very happy with this product.
AST for cold weather - Tom C NC
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: features, color, value for price
Cons: not as warm as I thought, the inner shell is short
Needed a jacket to ride in the 30's, and am a bit disappointed in how the jacket handles the cold. I was chilly in the arms and chest. I had been wearing a borrowed Cycloak jacket that retails for about 450, and they both felt about the same as far as the cold, which I think is a good thing. The really strange thing is that mid 30's to low 50's I get the same amount of chill, which tells me that the jacket is working in some way. I haven't ridden in the rain, and didn't buy the jacket for waterproofness, but I can see where there could be some issues with the zippers. Also, the button at the top of the neck is hard to get snapped with gloves on. The neck is set up a lot better than the Kilimanjaro, which is what I was also seriously considering. It has a moveable button snap, and the AST has Velcro, which is much more adjustable. I'm 6'2 265#, not a huge gut, but no six pack for sure, and the jacket fit about right. I must be long in the torso, as the inner shell was a little short. I think that if I get a heated inner jacket and ditch the inner liner I'll have a setup that will be perfect. The yellow is great for visibility, and at dawn and dusk almost seems to glow. And I've only been asked if I was a fireman or EMT once so far.... All in all, still pleased with my purchase, and would recommend, but it's not as warm to me as the reviews and specs made it out to be...