Tourmaster Rincon, I love it!
Dean Brassfield - January 26, 2009(North Hollywood, CA)
This was a Christmas Gift from my daughter that she ordered for me after a few "subtle" hints I had "dropped" to her. I tried this jacket on in a store first and it fit like a glove and made me break a sweat in under a minute after trying it on...I knew right then it would keep me warm.
The Rincon won't let a wisp of air inside once you adjust the belts and velcro straps, no matter how fast you're riding, and I ride a "naked bike." The jacket is extremely comfortable and well armored. I would recommend this winter jacket to my best friend! There's no doubt in my mind it's going to last me a long, long time. My last Tourmaster sure did, over twenty years!
The RINCON says ADVENTURE
Jason - April 09, 2009(Portland, OR)
The RINCON size Large fits like a glove, I'm 6'2 200lbs, (long arms) and it is perfect, the material it is made out of is sweet different than the 'plastic' look. Once you adjust all the straps it is tight and moves with you and the armour moves and looks normal - no air is getting in. I live in Portland, Oregon and ride a KLR650 year round. This jacket is me, it says ADVENTURE, and now I am looking into a second pair of Caliber pants. THANKS TOURMASTER!
John - May 19, 2009(kingston, NY)
A very thoughtful development of a road jacket. Has everything going for it. Pockets, armor, fit adjustments for different weather conditions. Jacket didn't flap in the wind, but conformed to my body.
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john grant - May 21, 2009(kingston, NY)
Fantastic jacket/couldn't be better. great fit, looks good, good wind cover (with an added turtleneck or neckerchief on neck a good idea).loads of pockets(waterproof)in and out.good armor.good venting.
mullins - June 12, 2009(trenton, GA)
I tried on the transition 2 jacket and it did not fit right. The Rincon jacket fits well and the oiled cotton fell is a nice feel better then that hard textile feel. Looks a whole lot better in person then in the picture. This jacket to me is a whole lot better of a purchase than the transition jacket and a better look. I'm 6'4 and 230lbs and I wear 2xl my arms are long the chest is a little big but over all jacket fits well and looks awesome on. I think this jacket misses a lot of sells because of the picture. I seen the jacket in a local shop and was impressed with the oiled cotton look, just looks like a high quality jacket instead of a cheap plastic look.
Todd - February 25, 2010(Agoura Hills, CA)
Just like someone else already wrote "the photos don't do this jacket justice". So stop staring at the pictures and looking at that little "enlargement" window, because it won’t help. You'll just have to take our word for it. It's so much nicer in real life. You just have to see the actual fabric and you need to see on your body to know what I mean. Recently, I bought a Kathmandu jacket and if I had seen both of these jackets side by side, there is no way I'd have bought the Kathmandu. Anyway, as far as the fit goes, I bought the large and I was a little worried, because I already own a medium Transition and it still fits, slightly snug now. As it turns out. this one is only slightly larger than my medium so if you’re on the fence about the medium or the large, this large isn't as large as they say. I am 5-10 and weigh around 200 LBS. I usually wear a 42-44 and this fits perfect. So, it's an excellent jacket not only for the price, but for any price. Forget those retro jackets that are $300 and up, this one is great. By the way, I think it's better than the transition jacket. It certainly looks better. I am a Tourmaster fan for life. I only wish I had purchased this one 9 jackets ago...
So good I had to review it twice
Todd - March 25, 2010(Agoura Hills, CA)
I already reviewed this jacket, but I like it even more than when I first reviewed it.
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Phil - April 29, 2010(Whitby, ON)
Love this jacket on these 3 degree Celsius mornings. I can't even feel the wind except on my neck so I wear a balaclava and now it's great.
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Bruce M. - November 18, 2010(Louisville, KY)
Can't say enough about this jacket: comfortable, warm, it's got it all, plenty of pockets to hold everything and looks good to.
David - January 17, 2011(Luling, TX)
This is my new favorite jacket (lots of pockets). It is well made and durable. I have already used it in the rain and temperatures down in the 20’s and stayed warm/dry during an hour commute. I read a previous review about using a balaclava because of the low collar, and he was right.
great jacket great price
nicholas l - June 13, 2011(south milwaukee, WI)
great jacket great price 5 stars
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Jeremy - June 14, 2011(Sacramento, CA)
So many details I didn't know from just looking at the pictures. Zippers, vents, inside pockets, adjustments to really get the jacket air tight or loose and airy. It is quite heavy but once on, feels great. Too warm for 80+ weather but I've worn it to drive to work in the 50 degree range (without the zipout liner) and it was great. Much more stylish like the older English motorcycle jackets and not like the motocross look popular today. I love it!
Matt - November 29, 2011(Charleston, SC)
You can't beat this jacket for the money. I've been caught in some heavy downpours and stayed nice and dry. I have been in 30 degree weather, with only a t-shirt on underneath, and stayed warm. Lots of pockets, removable liner, and vents. It's great looking too! Wind can go down your neck if you don't have something covering, like a turtleneck or a balaclava. Money well spent.
just like what everyone else said
sonny - November 29, 2011(san diego, CA)
Super warm, very comfy, fits great and protects you from the wind. True -- you need some type of scarf for neck protection. Buy it, you won't regret it.
What they said!
Tyler - December 28, 2011(Medford, OR)
Everyone else said it all. Buy this jacket! Just rode to work, about 40 degrees and raining, all I had on underneath was a tee-shirt, and I was sweating! Popped a chest vent open for a little extra air-flow, and it was perfect! LOVE this jacket!
L. Tompkins - February 13, 2012(Lawton, OK)
Great price for a very good jacket!
Tim - March 26, 2012(Gaston, NC)
I just went on a 2000 mile ride and the jacket work well in rain cold and I like it all lot thanks for this product
Elizabeth - March 28, 2012(Anderson, SC)
Used it on ride to Daytona and it kept me all warm and snuggly on a cold morning.
Arjen - April 16, 2012(Norcross, GA)
Very good coat, I bought mine two years ago. Keeps me warm even in mid-twenties, and dry, except for the heaviest downpours. The only thing I don'y like is that two years ago I paid ~$200 for this coat, and now it's for sale for less than $100. However, the $200 was worth it!
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dean - January 16, 2012(tucson, AZ)
Ive been riding for over 40 years this is the best jacket Ive owend since my belstaff suit. The day after recieving it went on a 200mi ride in 40deg with wind chill. I was very comfortable. would highly recommend it.
Romeo - April 23, 2012(Pleasanton, CA)
Rode it in 35 degree weather and was warm with the liner in. Rode it in 65 degree weather and was cool with the liner out. Overall, great jacket at a great price. Order one size up for best fit, specially if you are planning on wearing multiple undergarment.
far better than expected
del - June 05, 2012(providence, RI)
Astounding quality and workmanship. Have been riding since the mid-60s and have never owned a jacket this good for under a $100. Highly recommend. Sizing seemed true. I am 6-0, 190lbs and usually wear x-large and this jacket fit perfectly. Have not yet ridden in cooler weather, but the liner is not needed in mid-50s temps we have around here at moment. The armor is easily removable. All in all, every inch of this jacket is quality, from the snaps to the zippers, to the stitching.
Couldnt beat the price.
Billy O - June 29, 2012(Monson, MA)
I was only sort of casually looking for new riding jacket when I saw the "under $100.00" ad. Love this jacket. No more sweatshirts under my jacket on cold mornings. A little bulkier than I'm used to, but I'm really happy.
keith - June 29, 2012(pomona, CA)
this is what i needed
Jim - August 16, 2012(Houston, MO)
I have really enjoyed the jacket but have yet to get any nippy weather. The wife and I are now looking for the pants and on a dreary day we will already have waterproof on. I have been looking for a jacket like this since we began riding and for the cost it is the best.
The Rincon.....Great coat
Eric - October 03, 2012(COTOPAXI, CO)
This is the best coat for the money. I rode this morning and the temp was 28. Never felt the cold with the liner in. I've ridden when it was 90 and with all the vents I stayed really comfortable. Ridden in the rain, no issues. You can't beat this coat and you'd be crazy to pass it up.
weld387 - October 17, 2012(Douglasville, GA)
Rincon Jacket is great. Got the Large which fits me good. 5'10 weight 185lbs. The sleeves are long enough for my arms, (Rare) when I buy a jacket. During the real cold rides which will be in the upper 20's and lower 30's I will be layering with a flannel shirt and long johns. The Jacket blocks 100% of the wind. A fleece neck cover will be used as well. The added warmth is there for my work commute. Should stay toasty. Buy with confidence.
Rincon vs. Seattle
Parker - October 31, 2012(Redmond, WA)
I'm 6'2 @ 310lbs and the 3XL fits exactly the way I wanted it to (I was worried when I first ordered it). Pockets are great and they keep my phone/wallet/usb-sticks dry. It's getting me through the usual late Oct. early Nov. heavy rains too. I've been staying warm and comfortable.
Ivan - November 05, 2012(Salt Lake City, UT)
I live in Utah and now the weather is getting colder. I ride to work early in the morning and this jacket keeps me perfectly warm. Under it I only wear a shirt and a tie and I do not get cold at all. In the afternoon the temperature goes up to 70 or so and the jacket is still comfortable if I keep moving. When I am in stop-and-go I get a bit too warm so I have to unzip a bit or open vents. I also really love all the pockets. Great product from Tourmaster!
harry - September 28, 2012(dedham, MA)
I was not expecting this coat to be nearly as high quality as this, considering the price. Pockets are adequate and well placed, adjustable fit closures work great, I can't imagine a more functional jacket at any price.
Anthony - December 04, 2012(San Angelo, TX)
Bought this jacket because of all the great reviews I saw for it. I have to say the reviews were correct. It is an awesome jacket and way better than any of the other much more expensive bike jackets I have owned. I have ridden in temps as low as 32 degrees and haven't felt any cold. My rides to work are 15 mins at highway speeds and I never got cold. I definitely recommend for the price!
mike g - February 21, 2013(pearlriver, LA)
I wish I could get all my money back from all the so called leather biker jackets that I purchased over the past 20 yrs, now I have a real biker jacket!
Aaron W. - February 23, 2013(Marion, OH)
Large jackets size 44 usally are big on me but this fits just right. Some might want a size up. Jacket has lots of pockets and the material is heavy duty good zippers. Have not rode with it on still a little cold in Ohio.
carlos - March 19, 2013(Moreno Valley, CA)
I've used this jacket in low 40's and it has been great, cannot even feel the cold, AT ALL!!!
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Frank - March 28, 2013(Fairfield, NJ)
Ordered the Tourmaster Rincon jacket. Very satisfied with the quality. Lots of storage. The fabric is not excessively heavy and stiff, but it does have a solid quality feel. The zip out liner is nice. I would definitely recommend to a friend. I'm 6ft 215lbs (average shape) and usually buy a 44R suit and I ordered the XL which fits nicely. The sleeves are long enough too.
Rico - April 11, 2013(Ripley, TN)
Really fine jacket. Everything ya'll said it would be. I'm very pleased with it. I added some more water proofing to it, & it sheds moisture faster.
Top quality, killer price!
Thomas - April 25, 2013(Philadelphia , PA)
This jacket is absolutely outstanding. It had great reviews, so I bought it. It is everything people say. I feel very safe wearing it, it has kept me dry and warm in early April downpours already. It has a TON of pockets. In today's world, I NEVER would have expected to get something of this quality for only $80! I ordered a medium and it fits great. I'm 6' 1" and 145 lbs. Buy it! You'll love it!
Allen - April 30, 2013(Murfreesboro, TN)
Excellent winter jacket.
Stuart - May 07, 2013(brookville, OH)
This is a great jacket. I bought it to wear in cold weather and it does a great job down to about 40. I am 5' 7" and 160lbs. The medium size fits perfect. I am very satisfied with this purchase.
great jacket so far, great price
Eric - December 13, 2012(Saint Paul, MN)
Had it for about a month now, used it quite a bit during cold weather, down to 30 degrees. Very comfortable and warm. Like all the pockets and vents and padding. Great jacket for the price.
Tom - December 18, 2012(Denton, TX)
The jacket fits true to size, is comfortable to wear, seems exceptionally well made from nice material. It offers a lot of pockets for carrying small items and also has a good number of ventilation slits for when it is not so cold. I have ridden in the low 40's up to the mid 70's with the jacket on this fall wearing just a t-shirt underneath and been very comfortable. I really like the look and styling of this jacket, too. Well done, Tourmaster!
Don't need anything else
BT_Rider - December 20, 2012(Washington, DC)
The best $100 I've spent since I started riding. By varying base layers, depending on the temperature, I've ridden with the temp as low as 38 degrees for 25 minutes and maintained complete warmth. Completely wind proof. Tons of pockets. Excellent fit and seems very well made after a couple of months of use. Look forward to using this coat in warmer weather when I can zip out the lining.
They thought of everything
Donald - January 09, 2013(Bath, NY)
Best built quality product you will ever see. I didn't know any manufacturer in this century still produced to this level of workmanship and features.
Excellent features. Armor, pockets, zip vents.
Bought one size larger- per advice of previous reviewers across the web.
Chris D - January 25, 2013(Los Angeles, CA)
This is the first winter/rain jacket I've owned and I can't believe I waited this long. I never noticed how cold my legs were because my chest was so much colder. Rode to work and it was 37° and I was fine. The number of pockets is great. The build quality is top notch. Amazing price for this jacket
Can't be beat
Tom - February 14, 2013(Lawndale, CA)
Bought this jacket as we've had a cold winter here in Calif. this year. Has more than done the job in keeping me warm on my ride home from work at 10:00 P.M. Slightly heavy but it adds to the secure feeling of wearing this jacket. Highly recomended.
Impervious to the elements! Buy this thing if you're serious about riding...
Kurt - October 02, 2012(Milwaukee, WI)
Amazing product for the money. Have ridden in 40 degree weather (liner in) and did not feel cold at all. Almost impervious to the rain, too. The neck area can get wet so I'd recommend the rider wear a balaclava around the neck or an Undergear turtleneck. However, if the jacket had a higher collar I could see it interfering with the bottom rim of my helmet. Jacket is very high quality.
Best deal on a jacket ever!
Jim - November 21, 2012(fREDONIA, NY)
Got this on sale for $98.00. It is very warm and totally waterproof. I have riden in temps as low as 15f and stayed warm. Use a turtleneck as the colar is a little low. The pockets stay water tight and there are many of them. The feel of the fabric is great. I am 5'10" tall and 170lbs. The large is just right. It still has a little room if you want to put extra layers in there but it would need to be very cold for that. This jacket is worth 4 times the asking price.
Tour Master Rincon Jacket - Great Value
Chris - November 26, 2012(Lakeland, FL)
I've only had this jacket for about a month and even here in Central Florida, I have tested it at 42 degrees. It worked extremely well, except for the collar is not tight enough. I am 6' tall and weigh 185 lbs. I just wore my turtle neck warm shirt and actually got hot, in this jacket, riding through town and stopping at the traffic lights. I haven't had the chance to test it in rain, but I'm sure I will soon.
Best Value Out There
David H. - November 05, 2012(Fayetteville, AR)
Bought this jacket for a trip across Arkansas on the Trans America Trail. Fit was right on the money and the number of pockets adequate. Color choices somewhat limited, would have liked high vis option. First day on the road was 30 degrees and foggy, stayed warm and dry. Day 3 was rainy and again, stayed warm and dry. Would recommend this jacket for dual sport riders on a budget.
This is the jacket you need!
Stephen - July 12, 2012(Amarillo, TX)
I bought tires from Motorcycle superstore last week. with them, came a 15% discount coupon. I used it to purchase this jacket and a pair of tour master overpants. The jacket is excellent quality, with a perfect (and adjustable) fit. I am 5' 10" and 145 lb. I purchased the large.
Great fit and finish
Steve - September 14, 2012(Chicago, IL)
I bought this jacket to replace a 20 year old Triumph jacket that had about 100000 miles on it. The Rincon fits PERFECT (5,9 - 180lbs - size medium). The pockets are fantastic and it is a WARM jacket. I commute 25 miles and today it was 56 degrees outside. Just a light shirt on underneath and I was nice and toasty. A really excellent jacket for $100.
Gary - April 20, 2012(Maple Ridge, BC)
Great jacket, Normally I wear XLarge 6'1" 215 pounds but XXLarge fit best.
Good vents and pockets and great price. Plus jacket makes you look handsome!
Very Nice Jacket
Los - January 16, 2012(pensacola, FL)
This is a great jacket for the price. Plenty of features/pockets all over this thing. And it keeps me toasty on some colddd days and that is without the removable liner! I'm pretty sure with the liner I can ride in sub 30 degree temps on the highway and won't feel a thing. The coldest thing on my body are my hands so good gloves are next on the list.
Couldn't be happier.
Chris Kurtz - June 05, 2009(Brooklyn, NY)
I contemplated this purchase for awhile, mainly because of the size. I loved the look of the jacket, provided a lot of high end features without looking like a "racer" at a great price. This thing has pockets galore which will come in handy on a long trip.
I'm 6'2" and about 175lbs and I ordered a medium, I like things to be fitted. I have really long arms and it fits great, I could maybe use about another 1/2" in sleeve length but it's not a big deal at all.
I haven't gotten caught in the rain yet so I can't attest to the waterproof-ness, but overall the quality feels good, the armor is nice, vents are great.
Highly recommended! As always, Motorcycle Superstore did a great job with quick (and free) shipping & good prices!
Great value cold weather jacket
Keith - January 09, 2012(Orlando, FL)
The thermo-stat said 39 on the way to work and I was comfortable wearing this jacket and a pair of Alpinestars winter gloves. Epic win. For me, the medium's sleeves are almost the right length but it's much too large in the chest. At 6'2" and 150 pounds, that's how it always goes. I can cinch it down with the waist straps, though. And it's like $80 cheaper than the Alpinestars Messenger!
Fred - January 12, 2012(Hilton, NY)
Great Jacket. I've ridden in sub 40 degree weather with only a T shirt under the jacket. It has many usable pockets and fits very well. It's a bit heavy but that's the trade for warmth. Ridden in light rain and stayed perfectly dry. Only gave it a 3 for Durability because I've only had it for 4 months, but it seems well made.
Rincon both warm and cool
Jan - July 12, 2012(Mount Morris, PA)
I found the Rincon jacket to keep me warm on cool mornings while not getting too hot in the afternoon. Most times, all I need to do is open/close the vents, while leaving the liner in place. This is the best motorcycle jacket I have had in 45 years of riding.
David - July 12, 2012(San Antonio, TX)
Received the jacket as a Christmas gift that I asked for and been using it regularly for the last seven months. It's amazing. I've worn it in cold and raining weather and in the 90+ degree temps the last couple of weeks. It kept me warm and dry in December and provided enough ventilation that it I was comfortable in the summer. Great fit and finish and year-round riding capable. For the price, it's hard to beat. It's not flashy at all, but rather utilitarian and tough. Highly recommend.
Good jacket for the cold
Phil - June 28, 2012(Duvall, WA)
Good jacket great price works well in 30 degrees even without the liner. Only problem is after an hour in fairly heavy rain it turns into a sponge was looking for a little more water resistance.
Barry - January 26, 2012( Mesa, AZ)
Nice jacket has kept me warm in 30deg riding. Only thing is they run small as always and some of the seems are coming loose.
Rick - January 30, 2012(Annapolis, MD)
Keeps me warm on days in 50's and I'm always cold, all the time. Lots of easy open pockets and fits well. Lot of jacket for the price.
Great winter jacket
Jon - November 09, 2012(Sterling, VA)
Extremely tough material. Collar fits great. Best to leave Velcro around the neck because will rub when not connected (if you have top of jacket unzipped). Rode in 30f weather with a t-shirt under no problem. With neck closed on top no wind was coming down back.
GREAT ITEM, NOTHING BETTER FOR ITS PRICE
CARLOS - December 11, 2012(Medellin, FL)
Although its still early to qualify durability, for sure I can rate overall as great product.
Almost the perfect jacket
Curt - December 13, 2012(Detroit Area, MI)
Great jacket, especially for under $100! This jacket has kept me warm and dry even down into the low 30s and raining. Love the softer fabric and it fits great. My only complaint is the collar. I don't have a skinny neck so It's strange to me that it is so loose. No issues with drafts or rain getting down my neck yet but I have been wearing a balaclava so we'll see. If the the collar were different I would consider it "The One". Looking forward to seeing how it holds up.
Mick - May 09, 2013(Wiesbaden Germany, AE)
I love the jacket so far. I am 5'11", 215 pounds. I bought the 2XL. It is a hair too big but I actually like them a little big. I have ridden in 35 degree weather on the way to work and on an 80 degree yesterday, Worked great in both. I love the chest pockets that turn into vents. Looks great and feels great. Still getting used to the neck collar as I've never used one before and it rubs on me a bit. So far well worth the great price as compared to more expensive stuff I've owned.
So Far, So Good
Steve - December 07, 2012(Pittsburgh, PA)
I've only used this jacket twice so far. I primarily bought this jacket for cold weather riding. I left my house with a temp of 30 degrees F & was completely warm my entire ride. Wind protection was 1st rate. I also wanted a rain-proof jacket to avoid stopping for rain gear. I haven't tested for rain yet.
This seems to be a really well-made jacket & so far I'm extremely satisfied.
Great Jacket for the Price
Chris F. - January 21, 2011(Mancos, CO)
Not a lot of miles on it yet, but I'm very satisfied (with one exception). It looks good - not an overly M/C look. Seems very well made, but time will tell. My one problem is with the upper arm vents which face forward and have no wind/rain protection. I have yet to wear in rain, but in cold weather the unprotected zipper 'hood', which faces forward, scoops air which comes right in through the coarse zipper. I wore a good wind-proof shell under it to solve this. I'm SURE rain will pour in and haven't figured what I'll do about it yet. It needs to either 1) be positioned differently or 2) have a waterproof flap that really covers it rather than acting as a scoop. The vent will be very useful in warmer weather except in the rain. But for this problem and no time yet to know about durability, I would absolutely rate it a 5.
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Richard H. - January 28, 2011(Pacifica, CA)
I am very happy with the Tourmaster Rincon Jacket. It is the best fitting jacket that I have ever owned. It has lots of pockets and a classic look, very much like a Belstaff Trialmaster jacket - but without the fiddly belts. Being oiled cotton, it is not as restrictive or binding as most leather or other textile jackets. It managed to keep me warm while riding on a "naked" bike on the freeway in 50 degree weather while wearing only a T-shirt under the jacket. I think it is a great value and I am looking forward to many years of wearing the Rincon.
Rudolph A. - September 29, 2011(Indpls., IN)
Love the jacket! Only wore it a couple of cool mornings.
Alex - November 14, 2011(Boston, MA)
Fit is accurate to chart, and it's a very well-made jacket. I've been through rain and cold, and this jacket can handle it all. It has a removeable liner that I haven't even had to put in yet--something that will be great for wintertime riding. The only downside is that in warmer weather, this thing is HOT.
Ultimately, it's a great deal for the price.
Excellent for the money.
James - January 05, 2012(Sausalito, CA)
It's not made as well as my Kilimanjaro, but hey, it's less than half the price. A snap popped off immediately, and the shoulder armor was a nasty sloppy fit (easily fixed with a needle & thread; I just removed the pads). Small disappointments aside, I don't think you could get a better made or better-looking jacket for less than $200. Can't speak to its waterproofness yet: the rains just won't come this year!
Some reviewers recommend that you buy smaller than your usual size. Don’t do it!
Scott Johnson - November 24, 2009(Haymarket, VA)
I wear a size 42 jacket (170 lbs, 6'0") and the medium size fits well as the sizing chart indicates. To date, I have used the jacket a total of about 200 miles, including a few in the rain. For the few miles I rode in the rain the jacked was waterproof as advertised. Overall, I really like the Rincon. It's a great jacket for the price. I ride a naked BMW R100R and at 80mph I did have one issue. I noticed where the jacket liner zips out the zipper remains and it runs down your chest on the front inside of the jacket. At 80mph I noticed this remaining zipper pressing against my chest. Not comfortable, but I fixed that issue with a pair of scissors by cutting away the zipper. I use a Gerbing and don't need the zip in liner anyway. Hey, it bothered me a little to hack away at a brand new jacket, but now I have no issue. Cheers...keep the shiny side up.
Well worth the price
chris - December 11, 2012(Redding, CA)
I'm 6'2" 225 lbs. I got the 3X. In a 45 degree, 30 minute ride I was comfortable. Not much venting but unzipping will work fine. Some of the materials (the pockets and by the main zipper) are kind of cheap but for a sub $100 jacket I'm not complaining. The outside of the jacket looks like it'll fair well in inclement weather. Overall, I think the cost benefit is greater then both the Epic and the Transition; which both were returned for this jacket.
Value for money
Mano - September 07, 2012(Winnipeg, MB)
Very good jacket. Met my expectations....protects against wind and elements and looks good too!
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D.B. Lucas - October 08, 2009(Portland, OR)
I really like the faux waxed cotton feel of the fabric and comfortable fit of this jacket. I have never, to date used the liner and find it to be warm and dry without it. I have ridden in some sleet and fair driving rain and it performed quite well, with one exception. The collar, or lack of one, is a joke. It may look fashionable but doesn't keep the wind out. I purchased this jacket for fall and spring riding in the Pacific Northwest and it seems like the right choice. It won't get much use in the summer due to the weight and limited vents. Overall I am very happy with the purchase but would advise getting a turtleneck to make up for the collar. Kudos to the folks at the MSS for their service and painless return policy.
wes - June 29, 2012(vancouver, BC)
the look and features made me buy this jacket but i returned do to the size issues. I'm a skinny 170lb 6'3" and the arms came up above my wrists without being in riding position and the neck was huge even for a heavyset person the reviews i read for similar sized people lead me to believe that it would fit. sometimes a good deal isn't a deal.