Ever since Rev’It made its way from Europe to the US, there’s been a noticeable effort to tailor new gear to the casual American style. Rev’It hasn’t stopped making super technical jackets and pants, but what it’s done (and quite brilliantly) is combined the performance of its technical and tactical looking offerings with everyday wardrobes. The Quartz H20 Rain Jacket and Memphis H20 Jeans are exemplary examples of how Rev’It has pulled off the feat of balancing form and function. Today, on Revzilla each is on sale at 35 percent and 31 percent off respectively.

A breathable, 100 percent waterproof outer shell and classic four-pocket design highlights the Quartz Jacket as the exact intersection of style, utility and real-world performance. It’s roomy enough inside to wear over your regular motorcycle jacket if you get caught out in a surprise storm, but straps at the waist and pull cords at the bottom allow you to tighten up the fit and wear as a regular rain jacket. It also has a rain gutter to help keep the elements from leaking through the zipper and subtle reflectors in key locations for visibility and safety.

Rev’It really worked its magic when designing the H20 line of denim. The Memphis Jeans, for example, are polycotton denim with mesh layer that sits between your skin and a hydratex pro sublayer for breathability. When riding in a storm rain tends to pool in your lap, but Rev’It counter this with an auto-locking zipper paired with a hydratex gusset. And, of course, the Memphis Jeans come equipped with padding at the hips and adjustable armor pockets at the knees for ultimate on-road protection. Put the Quartz Jacket and Memphis Jeans together, and you have one incredibly capable outfit, that’ll keep you dry while riding and maintain a casual, everyday style walking around town.

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