Martin (Loma Rica )
Great gloves for summer, but I would have changed the design a bit in regards to the Velcro stays. IMHO, they are too small and do not allow enough bite to put over a jacket sleeve if one has large wrists. They work, but will loosen at times. Otherwise, the fit and function of the gloves are good, and AIR FLOW is excellent. As always with Tour Master gear, you get functional and solid performing gear at a reasonable price in almost all cases. I do feel, that this glove is slightly over priced.
Paul (chesapeake )
Over 30 years of ridding and a draw full of gloves many worn only one or 2 times as the fit, feel or function was N/G. These Gloves are the best half finger gloves I ever bought! I want to buy 2 more pairs and stuff them away out of fear they may be discontinued. Tourmaster Please don't change a stitch on this product. Living in Virginia with 112 degree heat index these gloves were a pleasure to wear.
Jim (KC Mo )
This jacket gives me just what I am looking for in a protective riding jacket without a lot of distracting logos lettering and etc. I've been wearing it in the hot muggy weather here in the Midwest this summer and once I am moving the airflow works well. It's too warm to stand around in. I got a large (Med too small) and it fits well. Whoever thought the inside and outside pockets were large enough should try to fit a smartphone or another pair of glasses in them. Futile. That's my only complaint about this jacket. The zip out liner rides nicely in the lumbar pocket. It looks great. The comfort of wearing and knowing the padding is there is a big plus for me. I tried on a variety of Joe Rocket jackets before finding this one. This is the one I liked best. I've worn tour master riding gloves for years.
Ken (Boynton Beach )
I like the half cover especially traveling it is easy and fast to put on.
Peter (Chicago )
I live in Chicago, and it gets very hot and humid here. The traffic / construction is incredibly bad here, so the commute home in stop and go traffic gets really uncomfortable. I needed something to provide good protection yet not cook me to death. I had a pair of AGV Sport Solare Vented Pants that didn't quite last 2 years. They were OK, but I felt they didn't breath as much as I wanted them to. The liner in one leg came loose and that made it very difficult to get my leg through the pants opening. The crotch also started to split open. It was time for new pants. I did a lot of research on the different mesh pants out there, and decided to give these a try. I've ridden a week with them now, and I like them quite a bit. I'm 6' tall and 195 pounds with an inseam of 32" and pants waist size of 34", but 36" actual waist measurement. I got the large regular and they fit just right. They breathe far more than the AGV pants. They are a looser fit, probably so that you can wear jeans or other pants under them. And you would be able to. I don't, so they are a bit baggier on me than the AGV. But, since it's summer, I'm riding without the two liners these pants come with. They will certainly need the space when I put them in. I ride in the winter as well, and I'm grateful for the quilted liner these come with. I'm sure to use them. In conclusion, these pants are a good value for the money. I hope they're as durable as I think they'll be. Time will tell!
Charlie (Galesburg )
I'm on my third pair in 7 years. I put them through their paces. Good fit, very comfortable. The price has jumped rather quickly though.