Carol (spring hill )
Highly recommend this product as it does exactly what it is supposed to throughout your entire upper body with an excellent fit.
Francis (Anderson )
I bought a set of these 14 months ago and this Spring noticed cracking in the leather on both boots. I contacted Tour Master and they had me return them for inspection. Today I received a new pair and cannot say enough about their service. I am sure the issue I had is not common with these and I do know that my wife has a set that are 3 years old and they are still good to go.
Tom (Vancouver )
Good jacket overall - have only used it for a month so take my review with a grain of salt. The good: moves a ton of air, very light and relatively comfortable. The fit is.. a bit boxy - probably a bit too big in the belly area while it fits me perfectly in the shoulders. I am 6' and 185 lbs and I got the medium - it is the right size for me. I hoped for a bit more in terms of fit and finish, but it is up to par with the other tourmaster gear I bought in the past. Overall decently made but nothing to write home about. I like that the cuffs tighten up nicely, allowing the jacket to fit into gauntlet style gloves and prevent the sleeve from riding up in case you go down. The armour is OK - though it is hard to tighten up the sleeves enough to have it sit snug against my arms - I am not a super slim build, but you'd have to have forearms like Popeye to fill in the sleeve! IN terms of protection.. I kind of feel like by wearing this thin mesh of a jacket I am already pushing the limits of minimum acceptable protection. Compared to my 4 season nylon jacket, I definitely feel more vulnerable in this as it is very thin in spots. The liner feels reasonably made and fairly comfortable, but have not yet tested it in pouring rain. One other gripe is that the cell phone pocket is too small to fit any larger modern smart-phone.. forget about getting your iphone 6 plus in the jacket (minor frustration). Overall, decent value for the money - would I buy it again.. maybe. I would not say it is outstanding for the money.
Jason (Ann Arbor )
Jacket with liner and a mid layer (needed until about 50): 37ish - 60 deg. After that, it's fine without it and the vents help after 80/85. Venting work well in higher temps though I do feel like I get pushed around more at highway speeds with them open but I don't have a windshield on my bike so ymmv. Jacket isn't waterproof, more like highly water resistant. I've been riding in steady downpours and after twenty minutes or so the inside starts to feel damp to the touch. In lighter rains it's held up alright though. The internal pockets are definitely nice. The right hand one holds my small tablet perfectly and the pockets carry through to the liner so you don't lose anything by having it in place. I like the more classical colors. I get complemented on it all the time. It fits me well and the fit and finish has been fine. The stitching etc. has held up. Overall, the jacket has been a great purchase for me. I did get it on sale though.
Bob (Ukiah )
Recently rode over 2300 miles to Arizona Bike Week, rode in all weather but on the back we rode in 43 degree with rain. The vest worked very well and kept my core as warm as I needed. would recommend this vest to anyone.
MNBobster (White Bear Township )
I wear these overpants when it is 40-59 degrees and they keep me warm on my 20 minute commute to work (on Triumph Scrambler). The hip pads and shinguards keep my hips and shins warm, although I feel some coolness on the backside of the thighs when I start off. However, I never feel cold. They fit nice and look good. You can put them on and take them off with your boots on, but I usually put my boots on after putting on the pants and remove my boots to take off the pants. It's a lot easier that way. They give you extra snaps, in case you are rough and pull out your fly snap. I haven't had any problems with durability. Highly recommended.