Tour Master Transition Series 2 Jacket

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Tour Master Transition Series 2 Jacket

Providing a tough shell lined with CE approved armor, the Tour Master Transition Series 2 jacket is made to do battle with the street and weather. Using a smart fit that is completely adjustable and offers critical venting, the Transition becomes invaluable on the daily commute or weekend ride. For those who take riding seriously, the Transition Series 2 is your jacket.
  • The Three Quarter Length 600 Denier Carbolex® and 600 Denier Ballistic Polyester shell incorporates reflective Phoslite® material panels for strength and increased nighttime visibility
  • A waterproof and breathable Rainguard® barrier allows dryness without perspiration buildup
  • Collar anchor snap eliminates flapping while collar is open
  • Waterproof zippered 3-position shoulder vents combine with chest vents, sleeve vents, rear exit vents and the Pipeline Ventilation System to provide flow-through ventilation
  • Durable 2-way main zipper closure with dual wind flap seals out the elements
  • Wide reflective strip across the back and chest, reflective sleeve piping, Phoslite® material panels and Tour Master's signature reflective rear triangle increase nighttime visibility
  • The Microfiber lined collar and cuffs are soft, yet durable
  • Adjustable sleeve take-up straps at the forearm and bicep help to secure elbow armor and material
  • Removable, CE Approved armor at the elbow and shoulder with an articulated triple density back protector
  • Tour Master’s Z.O.Q. (Zip-Out Quilted) Liner features warming 100 gm Polyfill insulation
  • Vertical zippered chest map pockets, zippered hand pockets with flap closure, internal media pocket, dual zippered fanny pack and sleeve key pocket
  • Adjustable waist belts with TPR pulls help to fine tune the fit
  • Includes a jacket/pant zipper attachment with the pant side included
  • Available in Hi-Viz yellow color for added visibility

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  • Item # 10312

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Tourmaster Transition 2 textile jacket

I have only worn this jacket twice as I bought it for cold weather and it hasn't really been that cold yet. The times I did wear it it was in the upper 40's on my morning commute and all I can say is that it is comfortable and very warm. I really like the many Velcro straps that allow you to tighten the jacket up to avoid flapping in the wind at higher interstate speeds. There are plenty of pockets in usable positions that make it very handy. I give it a big thumbs up! I'm very happy with this purchase.

Jim Kovarick - October 15, 2007

(Greenville, SC)

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Transition 2

So far I'm really happy with this jacket. It fits nice and snug and has tons of pocket room. The padding throughout the jacket feels nice and isn't uncomfortable. I never leave without out it. I think if it wasn't as comfortable as it is...I'd tend to leave it at home unless I was going for a LONG ride but I take it every time.

Christopher Clark - November 01, 2007

(Las Vegas, NV)

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Tour Master-Transition Series 2 jacket

Kinda heavy with liner installed but waterproof and warm is what I needed for winter travel.

Mike - November 06, 2007

(Winder, GA)

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Tourmaster Transition Jacket

I purchased the Tourmaster Transition Jacket about a month ago. It fits great and is not too heavy. I have not worn it with the liner but at mild temps, 45-50 degrees, it is very warm. The “air scoop” vents work well and provide good ventilation on warmer days. As far as quality goes, it's Tourmaster, Top Quality, enough said. Mototcycle Superstore was quick to deliver, with no problems. I would not hesitate to purchase again from them.

Glenn - November 06, 2007

(Goodlettsville, TN)

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Tour Master Transition Jacket

A superbly adaptable jacket that can be worn comfortably from temperatures in the low 30s to the low 80s and endured to the mid-20s and low 90s, even in high humidity conditions. Tour Master put both thought and quality into this jacket and they show in the type and execution of the details: the pockets are useful, secure, and numerous; the ventilation is adequate for all but the hottest riding days in city commuting while being impervious to rain; the armor is stout and well-placed; and the reflective trim is quite visible to motorists under a variety of light conditions. I have four jackets, but if I could only keep one, it would be my Transition jacket. My rating is based on the Series 1 version but, other than color choices, the same comments apply.

Tom Foolery - November 09, 2007

(Atlanta, GA)

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great jacket

I used it so far in 55-28 degree weather and have no complaints. After 30 years with a Belstaff Trailmaster I finally feel protected. Good fit, very warm. The side pockets could be larger, but after trying on several other brands in the 300$ range I am very satisfied.

claus - November 26, 2007

(Ann Arbor, MI)

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Just buy the Transition

I bought my Transition II after being stuck in Boise Idaho overnight because of a snow storm in October. I've never been colder in my life. It took me an hour in a hot tub to stop shivering. In 30 degree temperatures the Transition II was a Heaven sent. It's very comfortable and is a great fit. It makes me look good! The ability to seal off all air flow was incredible and kept me toasty warm. Then, later that day when the temp hit 70 degrees I just opened up the vents. I have never been more comfortable moving through such an array of temperatures. Big thumbs up! If you're wondering what to buy just buy the Transition and “don't worry about it”. You've found the best for 1/2 the price.

Neil - December 19, 2007

(Rexburg, ID)

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Excellent Jacket

I bought this jacket for winter riding in Ontario Canada. So far, I have been very impressed with the quality of the jacket overall. I was riding last week in temperatures of around minus 8 deg. celcius and was not cold at all. This has replaced my First Gear leather jacket which I have now sold. The jacket is very comfortable to wear and also looks good. Overall, very good value for the money. Thanks Superstore.

James McDonald - December 20, 2007

(Mississauga, ON)

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Great Jacket

I love this jacket and I use the caliber pants too. This jacket is perfect. I have rode 1000 miles in 15-90 degrees and it vents well at hot temps and is very warm in cold. I used a fleece jacket when it got below 30 and was perfect. I wear size 44 jackets and ordered a XL, fits great. Love all the pockets and I get no wind rain or cold unless I choose to let it in. I would recommend to all as a great 3 season jacket or for temps below 90 anyway.

David Markley - December 20, 2007

(Marina Del Rey, CA)

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Great Winter jacket

While this is only my second riding jacket ever, it does exactly what I wanted - and the price was great. It's warm and keeps me dry when it's raining. I've ridden it as low as 34 degrees (with a sweater) and it's toasty. Only complaint is the same as with any mfr - pant zip is proprietary.

Paul Schwartz - December 24, 2007

(Seattle, WA)

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Transition 2 Jacket

Great jacket-very comfortable and warm at temp. down to 25, had I to do it again, I would buy the same jacket, very pleased with it.

amos - January 17, 2008

(kingman, AZ)

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Comfortable and fits to size, with plenty of room for mods and protection

Number 1, I like the little left wrist pocket for ID, then I can easily swipe it past the reader at my garage at work without the fumbling I normally had to do. Number 2, the snaps on the arms make certain that your elbow pads and shoulder pads are were they should be by snugging everything up nice and trim. I installed a plastic body armor spine protector in the back and then laid the factory foam over it. I also added to bionic roost protectors to the front pockets. Now the only downside was the zipper at first was tough to get started. But then I figured out that if I let out the two side velcro tightening straps and suck my gut in, it's no problem now. I bought the black one so in the winter I ride with a giant hunter orange coat with yellow reflective material all over it. Also, I travel about 35 miles to and from work and if it's below 40 degrees, I stick a notepad of paper on my chest to help keep out the cold. I just bought a leather vest so I'll see if that works instead of my cheapskate "bum" method.

Chris Davis - January 18, 2008

(Snoqualmie, WA)

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Transition Series 2 Jacket is a WINNER!

I bought this jacket to ride during the winter and have found it to be outstanding. Windproof and very warm. The construction is first-rate and the price is competitive.

Mike - January 21, 2008

(San Marcos, TX)

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Tour Master - Transition Series 2 Jacket

Nice garment. I ordered XL and fits right on. Sleeves do seem tight with liner in, but they are plenty long & it is so warm I didn't need my fleece layer underneath anyway. Windproof 100%; very cozy with liner and T-shirt only, while riding 60+mph at 40 degrees with no fairing or windshield. This thing has more pockets than anything I've owned! Overall, VERY happy with it.

Travis - February 13, 2008

(Richmond, VA)

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Great Jacket

My normal size is XL. Ok, I ordered an XL and actually could not get it on. Exchange was easy and painless. Got the XXL. It fits quite well over a button down shirt without the liner. I have worn a shirt and a fleece jacket under it for a long ride in the low 40's. Jacket seals air well and has tons of great pockets. I especially like the little key pocket on the left sleeve. I always know where the bike key is. Sleeves are long enough to stay down at my wrists well engaged to short gloves. The 3/4 length is nice. I feel like this jacket is a terrific value.

Charlie - February 15, 2008

(Greensboro, NC)

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