- Size - Chest (Inches)
- Medium - 38-40
- Large - 42-44
- X-Large - 46-48
- XX-Large - 48-50
- 3XL - 50-52
- 4XL - 52-54
I just got this jacket so I can't comment on the durability yet. But the fit and finish is great. What would a tall rider do without Aero Tech?
6'5", 215, most XLs fit but jackets get billowed with my skinny frame. The fit is great, extra length on arms and tail perfect for cycling. Areas for improvement , cell phone pocket it too small to fit a phone unless very tiny, the cuffs always grab fingers when putting jacket on, not breathable at all and it's a little heavy in weight compared to other soft shells. Pit zips would be awesome! Summary, I wear it frequently for winter biking on very cold days, it works well cause the fit is great but needs improvement to make it a great jacket. For comparison I have another cheap (50$) soft shell in tall that works just as well but was hoping the Aerotech would be more of a technical jacket
Hasn't been cold enough to use this yet but the fit is just what I was looking for. Be Aware these are very long in the arms and body. I normally wear a 2XLT 36 sleeve and this is slightly long. The arms are great because most jackets end up about 3 inches above my wrist when riding. Quality seems to be very good. I bought this to ride in 30-40 degree weather with a UA cold gear quarter zip underneath, I'm tired of wearing 4 layers in the cold.
Works and fits well. Love tall sizes! 6"5 210... went with Large Tall.
My only negative is it doesn't breath well. Like other reviewers stated. Would like some vents the way my motorcycle jacket has.
Jacket is great. The sleeves and arms are long and I finally have. Jacket that is long enough. My only issue is with the sizing - I am 6'2" and weigh in a little over 250. - 51" chest measurement. By their size chart I am a 3XL (50 to 52 chest). Unfortunately, this is a VERY baggy fit with too much extra room around the chest and stomach - even the arms are too large in diameter. I could layer up with a full down puffy coat underneath and still have room to spare. I have already worn it as the weather is cold, but it definitely affects aero and ride times with so much fabric acting as a sail out there. I will keep it for cold layering mornings but am looking for something like this in a better cut.
So far moderate road/class 5 roads in 40-50f temps.
Too soon to say whether I would recommend but have to answer.
The jacket is very well made and matches the description in every detail. It is sized as listed, warm, and windproof. I am 6'8" and it fits me perfectly.
I'd never been able to find and bike jerseys or jackets that were long enough in the torso and big enough in the chest. This jacket really fit the bill. The Tall size is really tall compared to LL Bean or Eddie Bauer clothing. I went ahead and order other jerseys and am glad to have found this company.
The red isn't really red. It's more like pinkish orange. If I would have known that, I would have ordered a blue. Also the fit is very large. I usually wear an XL, but read that the fit was large, so I ordered a Large. I should have ordered a Medium.
Besides that, the first ride was about thirty degrees. The jacket was MORE than adequate for that temperature. My arms actually sweated a little. It kept the wind off of me and made it comfortable to ride in the cold. It was exactly what I needed. I'm sure I will use it for many years.
6'5", 275 and this is a perfect fit. I always go to Aero Tech for all of my cycling wear needs.
We tend to be cold weather wimps in Texas, this Jacket gives you no excuses not to ride. It does an excellent job of blocking the wind. Very nice attention to detail I recommend this jacket to anyone with a long trunk.
First: size and fit. I'm 6 feet 3, 280 pounds, 37 inch sleeve. The Tall 2XL has plenty of sleeve -- it goes down almost to my knuckles. Right now it's a little too tight on my belly but it won't be there next winter (i promise). Where I live (Northern Virginia) the typical winter bike commute is upper 20's/lower 30's in the morning. With a single thin baselayer, this jacket is warm down to the lower 20s. It is also TOO warm starting at 40-45 degrees, and thus my regret. I wish i had ordered the windbreaker / rain jacket instead of this version, which has a fleece lining. With no fleece lining, and using layering instead, the jacket's usable temperature range would extend to the evening commute as well. Apart from this one regret, this is an excellent product.