Rev’It! Quantum Air 2 Jacket Review: Can It Survive The Heat?

I recently tested out the Revit Quantum 2 Air jacket to see how well it performs for summer motorcycle riding.

In this review, I will share my experience with this jacket’s fit, comfort, protection, and airflow to help riders make an informed decision.

But, the main question I will answer in this review will be: Is this the best mesh motorcycle jacket?

Rev’It! Quantum Air 2 Jacket

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Key Takeaways

The Revit Quantum 2 Air is a sport-oriented mesh jacket designed to flow a ton of air in warm weather. It features a sharp-looking sublimated graphic print that comes in several color options.

I evaluated a size large on my 6-foot, 220-pound frame and found the fit to be true-to-size according to Revit’s sizing chart.

The Quantum 2 uses a combination of 600 denier polyester and extensive mesh paneling on the chest, back, and inner arms for maximum airflow.

The mesh allows for excellent ventilation, although the solid shoulder panels can bunch up slightly when riding. I’d like to see some added stretch for better mobility.

Protection comes from TPU shoulder sliders and CE Level 1 armor at the shoulders and elbows. The Tpu sliders look sporty, while the low-profile armor helps minimize bulk. The jacket has a pocket for the back to accommodate an optional back protector.

Key Features

  • Lightweight mesh construction for airflow
  • Sublimated graphic print
  • CE Level 1 armor at shoulders & elbows
  • TPU shoulder sliders
  • Adjustable waist & biceps

Other rider-focused features include a zipper to attach to riding pants, two convenience pockets, and reflective details for visibility. The knit cuffs are simple and comfortable, making it easy to tuck under gloves.

Below is some additional technical specifications on the Revit Quantum 2 Air:

SpecDetails
Outer ShellPolyester 600D, Polyester mesh
LiningMesh
ProtectorsShoulder and elbow CE Level 1
Back ProtectorSeparate pocket for back protector
AdjustabilityBiceps, waist
Pockets2 external

Riding Experience

During my testing, I wore the Quantum 2 Air on several rides in 80+ degree weather. The jacket was delivered to provide ample airflow while riding.

The extensive mesh panels let air easily flow through the jacket. My core stayed cool even on longer summer rides.

The articulated arms didn’t limit my movement at all. I had no issues reaching for controls or looking over my shoulder. The Quantum 2 fits comfortably in a variety of riding positions without restriction.

For hot weather riding, the Quantum 2 Air succeeds in being a lightweight and well-ventilated jacket. Riders looking for something protective yet cool for summer will appreciate this sporty mesh jacket.

I’m glad I had the opportunity to take it for a ride in the real world and experience the airflow for myself.

FAQs

What kind of weather is the Quantum 2 Air designed for?

The Quantum 2 Air excels in hot summer weather with its lightweight mesh construction. It flows a lot of air to keep you cool on rides up to 100 degrees Fahrenheit.

Does it come with a waterproof liner?

No, the Quantum 2 Air is designed for warm and dry conditions. For wet weather, look at Revit’s collection of textile jackets with waterproof membranes and liners.

How is the sizing compared to other Revit jackets?

The Quantum 2 Air fits very true-to-size. Be sure to reference Revit’s detailed size chart and get your measurements to ensure the best fit.

Is it comfortable in warmer weather?

Absolutely, the ample mesh panels provide excellent airflow to keep you cool and comfortable even in hot temperatures above 90 degrees.

What armor is included?

It has CE Level 1 shoulder and elbow armor installed. There is also a pocket for adding an optional back protector.

After riding in the Revit Quantum 2 Air myself, it’s an excellent lightweight and airy option for summer rides.

The ventilation is top-notch while still providing useful protection. Riders seeking a cool mesh jacket should definitely have the Quantum 2 Air on their list.

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