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Tour Master Advanced Jacket
Tour Master
Advanced Jacket
$199.99
  • Black
  • Black/Grey
  • Black/Hi-Viz Yellow
(3)
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Tourmaster Advanced Jacket A comfortable motorcycle jacket makes for a comfortable ride, and the Tour Master Advanced jacket offers a plethora of features to keep you comfortable. CE-Approved armor...
Tour Master Jett Series 3 Jacket
Tour Master
Jett Series 3 Jacket
$119.99
You save $50.00 (29%)
  • Black/Black
  • Blue/Black
  • Red/Black
(35)
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Tour Master Jett Series 3 JacketOffering the ride ready features you want, the Tour Master Jett Series 3 is a value priced motorcycle jacket that sacrifices little to its more expensive siblings. S...

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Greg (Kingsport )

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Somewhat better than the 3

Got the 4 primarily because 2 years ago I could only find the 3 in size Med. I really liked it except the neck closure wasn't made right and the zipper/velcro didn't work well together - wouldn't stay closed. And it was just too short in the arms/waist. I got the 4 in Med/Tall and it is much better. I'm 6'2"-ish and 170. The 4's neck closure is excellent, and the removable gator is great at keeping drafts out from around my skinny neck. The hood is a good addition, and I like that most areas one grabs alot (main zipper, collar closure, pocket flaps) are black. Well, except for the zipper pull tabs which are yellow. For now - I'm sure after some use they'll get dirty soon enough. ALL of the pockets and chest vents seem smaller than on the 3, including the key/coin pocket on the sleeve, but the addition of side pockets is nice. I'm sure the zippers on the waist pockets help keep elements out and cargo in, but they also seem to reduce pocket capacity. It is a very comfortable jacket and the hi viz yellow seems brighter than other brands' yellows, which I like. I wish the back was more yellow than black, but I can live with it. It is warm in most conditions and I've worn it into the upper 30s with a fleece pullover underneath.. Not tried it in the rain yet, but the 3 kept me dry. My 3 wore very well and I see no reason that the 4 would be any less durable, it is made well and feels substantial even without the heavier nylon on the shoulders that the 3 has.

Bob (Lincoln )

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Tour master Advanced Jacket

Great fit and finish-- a quality product . What sold me was the longer torso and arms. I have a 36 inch reach and am 6' 4' tall so I don't need anything hanging out in the breeze . Also , two friends have a Tourmaster products and are very pleased .

Jason (Ann Arbor )

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One year later...

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.