Sedici Viaggio Waterproof Jacket
Don’t let your gear be the limiting factor in your Adventure Motorcycle. The Sedici Viaggio Waterproof Adventure Jacket has been designed with the journey in mind. With its 500 denier outer shell, waterproof lining, built-in water reservoir, incredible ventilation and ample adjustments, the Sedici Viaggio is ready to travel the world over.
- ADV-DUALCORE 500 outer material with TUFF-PRO abrasion resistant panels
- 100% waterproof and breathable DRYsure lining
- Removable quilted satin liner
- Air Control System provides incredible ventilation
- Airflow inner lining for improved climate control and comfort
- Chest guard system with impact absorbent panels
- Triple point adjustment inner waist belt system
- Multi-point tab adjustments throughout the sleeves and body for a customizable fit
- Water-reservoir system with drinking tube included
- Large cargo pocket on rear
- Cargo patch pockets on upper sleeves
- Reflective strips for increased visibility
- Short connection zippers
- CE-Approved armor at shoulders and elbows
- Memory foam comfort back panel
So halfway through my first ride I got aggravated, and pulled over and started adjusting vents. With a bit of doodling, wouldn't you know I got it flowing like a champ. Important lesson learned. You gotta ride these vented jackets right to get em to work as advertised. This jacket flows real nice. The trick is the cuffs. You can't cinch the wrists down and expect to get anything working. The cuffs in the open position will be your inlet for 99% of the air. Bend your wrist a bit up or down on the grips and it will scoop massive quantities of cool air and get it flowing through the whole jacket. With the hydration cell filled 75% with ice 25% with water no only will it quench your thirst but it will chill that vortex going up your back. I love this jacket now. Does it have a few nit picky things like the spandex gators inside the sleeves that shred up on the velcro if you're not carefull ? Sure it does. Could it use some massive chest vents ? Yeah, but keep in mind when you put those massive chest scoops in you gotta do some expensive zipper treatments to maintain water integrity. In other words start looking at a 800-1200 jacket. This coat has some really nice features you won't find in this price point. It's not GoreTex, and it's not as feature rich as say a Ralley 3, Touratech, or Klim but for this Texas rider, it's just right. You'll get some funny looks from cagers when it's 95 and you're wearing a full length coat, but if you go through a get off you'll be happy with the extra armor (which by the way can be easily upgraded with 3D0 for 25$ ).
PROS: Water Resistant Cargo, Storage, Function, Hydration, Adjustabile Cinching, price, Kidney Belt Intgrated
CONS: Spandex Gators On Velcro, Cheap Hydration Hardware, Left hand zipper, Inadequate Armor Oem
BEST USES: 4 Season Use, Gs Touring
PROS: comfort, Water Bladder, Style, Fit, Pockets, Ventilation
The venting seems to match with adventure tourer (BMW GS, Tiger, ) by having great shoulder and back vents (where the air hits you) and avoiding the chest vent (where the screen blocks).
This is a great value as opposed to the big name brands. Seems like it would protect well. Fit is great. Very versatile. I would not buy this to ride in the California desert, get something with better venting for that. I would highly recommend this for northern states riding.
matching pants work well with this top.
major con is looking a little like a storm trooper, but that's OK with me
PROS: Quality construction, Pockets, Back And Sleeve Ventilati
CONS: Left hand zipper
I am incredibly happy with this jacket. I have not owned many motorcycle jackets, the last one I purchased was 8 years ago but I took a great deal of interest in this one and broke down and bought it. The build quality is great and it feels like a jacket worth twice the price.
-It is comfortable and fits very well. It has good flexibility and a number of loops that allow you to cinch the jacket tighter or looser.
-Pockets galore! Nearly all of the pockets use velcro. The bottom/back pocket has an extra zipper, as well as the two hand pockets in front.
-Kidney Belt built in is great. It looks like it can be removed from the jacket entirely, but it's nice having one less thing to remember to bring.
-The Jacket is warm due to the thick materials used. I have found the ventilation adequate and there are quite a large number of vents. The warmest I have ridden in is 84 degrees, so I can't tell how comfortable it is on a 100 degree summer day, but I imagine it will be just as good as any other solid-shell jacket until you stop moving.
-Vents are relatively easy to open and close while riding, they don't get snagged as often as other jackets I have used.
-Warm and Sealed from the wind. I have ridden with a few jackets that even though they're waterproof, you can feel the wind blowing in through zippers or other parts of the jacket. Not fun on especially cold mornings. When sealed up, I didn't notice any or very little wind coming in. I rode through 50 degree weather without the liner and was quite warm.
-Ventilation, there are no vents on the chest, though there are two on the top of the jacket in front. Chest vents would be nice considering the huge exhaust vents in the back.
I think this is a great looking and performing jacket. I purchased this with touring and Adv touring specifically in mind, but it is also going to be my everyday riding jacket.
PROS: Warmth, Kidney belt, quality, Ventilation, Comfortable, Fit
BEST USES: Adv Touring, Everyday, Touring
The first problem is ventilation. There are no large openings in the chest. There are two good exhaust vents in the back, and small ones on the sleeves, but nothing on the chest.
Second problem I had was the neck liner. It was a good fit, but interfered with the strap on my helmet (Shoei Neotec). It constantly rubbed.
The sleeves have extended liners that fit over the thumb. They are nothing but Velcro magnets. Very uncomfortable with the matching Sedici gloves.
This would be a good jacket for colder climates where ventilation isn't too much of a concern. But in So-Cal, riding through the desert int this "Adventure" attire, it just doesn't seem feasible to me.
On the plus side, it fit well, had ample protection (including removable padding in the chest), and plenty of accessible pockets. The included hydro-reservoir is a nice touch.
PROS: Warmth, Fit, waist belt
CONS: Neckliner, Ventilation
I have put about 500 miles on this set, most of it off road. I have fallen with it on, I have hit huge water crossing that tried to take me off the bike and the set stayed dry inside. I was riding in temps from well below freezing to about 35 degrees. We were riding in snow/ice and I stayed warm. I did have Freeze-out gear under it as well.
Overall the set is well built, warn and seems like it will hold up well.
I love the extra pulls on the pockets, they work well with bulky gloves on and are well placed.
There is a pocket inside the jacket for a cell phone, but my Iphone 6 with Lifeproof cover will not fit, without a cover it might fit.
As far as fit, go to the store and try it on if possible. I ended up with a 2XL jacket and 36in pants. I am 6 ft and 195lbs.
PROS: Water Proof, Durable, warn
BEST USES: Adv Touring, Off Road
4 months ago
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