Teknic Mercury Jacket

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Rating 4.21 of 5 (20 Reviews)
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Teknic Mercury Jacket

A muscled stealth black look, the Teknic Mercury jacket looks like it would be an exercise in discomfort if worn in hot weather. Yet in reality, with its full covering of perforation, the Mercury stays cool and comfortable as can be. And with the protection of Knox, this leather riding jacket is ready for serious speed.
  • Full perforation for optimized airflow & cooling effect
  • 1.4 mm goatskin construction for performance & abrasion resistance
  • TASC multiple row stitching provides extreme abrasion & tear resistance
  • Advanced Armor Pockets provide a system to secure armor directly into the outer shell of the garment
  • Seamless Full Motion arm system with expansion panels to allow flexibility & unimpaired movement
  • Double Layer reinforcement of goatskin in all abrasion areas
  • Airtex Anti-bacterial / non-allergic nylon mesh liner for added cooling effect
  • 3M reflection for nighttime visibility
  • Knox Lite CE approved armor in shoulders & elbows
  • Armorshield spine guard
  • Rubber foam protection in impact points
  • YKK zippers
  • Connecting zipper with 8” connector zip & belt loop for convenient & safe jacket to pant attachment
  • Item # 20106

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the best

Simply the best

carlos - February 23, 2010

(lake hiawatha, NJ)

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Teknic - Mercury leather jacket

Fits great, very comfortable. Good ventilation, currently riding in mid 90 degree weather and while moving I stay very cool. Another note is the jacket does not feel bulky like some can. I would highly recommend to buy.

Fidencio - June 09, 2010

(Houston, TX)

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What a great jacket!!!

I was pretty leery of buying a jacket online and not being able to try it on. However, Teknic's sizing chart was fairly accurate. I would suggest sizing up one size if you're like me; very long torso and long arms. Great ventilation for warm days, makes you look like a rockstar, and smells reallllll good. Definitely worth the money, considering it's not even that expensive.

Buddy - June 03, 2011

(Casper, WY)

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Great Jacket

I love this jacket. I waited for this to come in when I first bought my bike. This jacket can get a little warm when sitting, however, when moving, air moves through very well. I use leather conditioner when cleaning, I hope to get many rides with this jacket, not to mention it looks awesome.

Dallas - August 10, 2012

(Biloxi, MS)

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Not for heavier people

I absolutely love this jacket. The looks are cool without being obnoxious, and it offers a lot of protection. In addition the CE back, shoulder, and elbow pads, the pads in the ribs, collarbone, and upper arm are much more solid than I thought they would be. The jacket also appears very sturdy and has a good solid feel. I've worn it for one day in about 60 degrees and felt perfectly comfortable. However, I wear 40-long in most coats and I ordered the 40 in this and, not surprisingly, the sleeves are about an inch too short. It fits perfect in the shoulders though so i'm going to keep it. Also worth noting, I'm 5'10" 160lbs and have a pretty athletic build and this jacket fits me like a glove with no room to spare. If you are on the huskier side you may have trouble squeezing into this jacket.

Ryan B - May 05, 2009

(Pickerington, OH)

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Outstanding Jacket

Teknic Mercury Jacket is an outstanding product. The jacket runs a little small so order a size larger; I had to return mine for a larger size with no problems and great service from Motorcycle Superstore.

Thomas Hopkins - June 10, 2009

(San Antonio, TX)

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Great Jacket

This is a great jacket. It looks amazing when you put it on and get many compliments. One down side I found was that the sleeves were a bit short, even after following the sizing chart. But the rest of the jacket fits perfectly near the chest and the abdominal area. There were not as many pockets as some of the other jackets I was looking at but that’s ok since I use my jean pockets to hold my wallet. Besides that it was a good buy for me.

J - July 08, 2009

(Chicago, IL)

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Worth It!!!!!!

What can I say, fits great, looks great (lots of comments), same quality and better looks of the fivehundred dollar jackets at a fraction of the cost! Great protection, good venting but still can ride in 68 degree weather with a thermal and be very comfortable! Would have preferred a zipper for the inner pocket! But that’s my only complaint! Don’t know how tall the other guys are but I’m 5'11" and the arms are perfect!

jeremiah - October 16, 2009

(middltown, NY)

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Cool leather jacket !

My first one, plan to take it with me in Europe, spring time. Nice details, true to the size, follow the chart and you will have no problems. Love the feel, plenty of protection, will recommend to anybody :)

OVidiu Carabas - July 27, 2009

(Tempe, AZ)

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Cool looking jacket

The jacket has a matte black leather finish which looks really nice. It looks like something Mad Max would wear. It runs kinda small, I got the size 50 but I have a big chest (46) and shoulders. I like it.

Arie - January 26, 2010

(Houston, TX)

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Made incredibly small!

I have a 39 inch chest. About 6 foot 1. 185 pounds. I tried on a Teknic stinger jacket. 40 fit well but 42 was just a bit roomier and more comfortable. So I ordered this jacket in a size 42 and it was tiny. Was missing around 1.5-2 inches sleeve length and around the same thing for where the waist of the jacket goes. It was also VERY tight at the forearm area! If you’re the least bit muscular order at LEAST one to two sizes bigger than indicated in the Teknic size chart!

weiss - May 12, 2010

(ste-therese, QC)

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This jacket has been tested.

I purchased this jacket and fell in love with the way it fit me. The elbow protection is great as well as the back padding.

Manny - January 31, 2013

(Miami, FL)

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Teknic mercury jacket

I bought this jacket a month ago and when I first got it, it was too small. I went off the size chart and ordered a size 42. If you're thin but you hit the gym and your shoulders are a little bit more developed, buy a couple sizes bigger. When I got my jacket (size 46) it was just the right size. All in all it looks cool and it's priced right. Hope this review helps.

Daniel - October 20, 2009

(san diego, CA)

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Amazing Jacket

Just got mine in today and checked it out. Nice fit, very warm considering the cold weather here but doesn't get too hot when stopped. Looking forward to testing it out when the weather picks up. I recommend it.

Brolyn - December 16, 2009

(Cincinnati, OH)

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Teknic mercury jacket & jacket

I purchased the pants & jacket for a 3,750 mile trip through the back roads of CA, OR, & WA. on a BMW K1300S. Temps low 40- mid 90. I'm 5'11 195+. I bought pants 36 & jacket 48. Pants & jacket arms could be 1-2" longer but it was not an issue. I had room to comfortably wear my Gerbing liners. I was comfortable and confident & had no issues.

Bill - July 20, 2012

(Camarillo, CA)

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