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Motorfist Revy Jacket

Motorfist Revy Jacket

If there is one thing Newfoundland is famous for, it has to be the weather and the dramatic shifts you can experience in mere minutes.   We have an old saying here on the Island and that is, if you don’t like the weather, wait five minutes.  The bone chilling wind and frigid temperatures can make any day out a miserable one, unless you are suited up and ready to do battle with Mother Nature.  As with any physical outdoor activity, the layering of clothing is paramount to be comfortable, dry and warm.

I introduce you to one of my favourite pieces of gear, the Revy Jacket by Motorfist.  Motorfist is known for quality and they certainly didn’t hold out on this jacket.  With 35D Lightweight, down proof, ripstop fabric this technical layer is ready for whatever you can throw at it.  Single Sided, Brushed fleece side panels keep the bulk to a minimum while retaining heat and upping the comfort level.   Super soft Lycra wrist cuffs trap the heat and keep the sleeves planted at all times, especially when worn as a layer and when needed the most.

The late arrival of winter this season didn’t stop me from hauling this jacket out of the closet.  Not only has it become a sled necessity, it has become my go to jacket for daily use. The Revy keeps me warm and stylish while on an extended guide trip in the backcountry, on deep blower pow days or trips to the grocery store for an extra carton of milk.  The Revy has a new seat atop my “must have” gear list.  Do yourself a favour and take a ride in REVY and if you find yourself in Revelstoke, well, I’m sure that will do too!

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I was born and raised on the West Coast of Newfoundland in the great town of Deer Lake, where I currently reside with my beautiful wife Susan and our little boy, Jay. With winter lasting nearly 7 months on the west coast of the island, snowmobiling was a way of life; it was even my ride to and from school for the better part of my childhood years. My passion for snowmobiling really came to life in 2005, the year I purchased my first “real” backcountry sled. From that day on, every waking moment was all about snowmobiles and everything surrounding it. The freedom and exhilaration cannot be matched and having those moments spent with some of greatest guys/gals I know, make for memories that will never be forgotten.

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