Tall Man's Size Chart:
- Size - Chest (Inches)
- Medium - 38-40
- Large - 40-42
- X-Large - 42-44
- XX-Large - 46-49
- 3XL - 50-52
- 4XL - 54-58
I am 6 foot 4 inch tall and this jacket has long sleeves and fits well. It is very comfortable and allows breathing while riding. I am very happy with the purchase.
I'm 6'4" 265 with a sleeve length of 39 inches this fit me with room to spare in a size XXL.
Bought this for my husband 6'/235 who has a
tummy & is hard to fit. It was perfect. As the other reviewers have noted, it is long in the back. My husband loves it. Feels good.
I've had the pleasure of using this jacket a couple of times because of the weird weather we're having here in California right now and on two separate occasions, I've gotten caught in a down pore. The thing is that on both occasions I was sheltered perfectly from the rain with this jacket which kept me nice and dry from the rain. It does exactly what it was stated to do. This jacket has been worth every penny and more!
This jacket has great features and is well made. But most importantly, it fits my husband perfectly. It is difficult to find bicycling clothing in tall sizes, so THANK YOU for designing such a great fitting jacket.
Haven't used it yet but fits great and great quality
I'm 6 ft 7 in tall and my arm span is 6 ft 10 in. This cycling jacket (4xl) is a good fit. A little loose around my belly (I'm not big, I'm just tall with broad shoulders) but otherwise perfect. I went for a rainy winter ride and the jacket kept me dry and warm. I am very pleased!
I'm 6'5" and 210. I have ridden with this as a windbreaker over bib shorts, and worn it with a jersey, long sleeve shirt and sweater underneath in the rain. The fit is slim and tight, in the arms and torso, but not uncomfortable with all the layers. I got pretty wet today, and the jacket kept me dry. It could use some zippers under the arms for when it gets hot. And the main zipper pulls with the left hand instead of the usual right. Otherwise this jacket rocks and the red matches the trim on my bike.