Fieldsheer Women's Corsair 2.0 Jacket

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    Rating 4.52 of 5 (5 Reviews)
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    Fieldsheer Women's Corsair 2.0 Jacket
    • Breathable 1000D Carboflex® outer shell with Carbolex Lite® along sides of torso and underarm
    • Carboflex is lighter than leather and 90% of its strength
    • YKK front zipper closure
    • CE approved armor in shoulder and elbows with SP Memory Foam® back pad
    • Unique waterproof, breathable liner stretches with the outer shell
    • Spring-loaded zippered cuff closures with neoprene
    • Phoslite® reflective piping for increased nighttime visibility
    • Zippered chest pocket, two hand warmer pockets plus phone and cargo pockets on removable liner
    • Adjustable Velcro® brand closure waist tabs
    • 8" zipper pants connection

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    Overall Rating: 4.52 of 5

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    Decent Jacket-- Velcro is HORRIBLE

    The style and the fit of this jacket is figure flattering. Good value for the money. Velcro on waistband is horrible quality. At this point, the straps on my jacket don’t even stick down to the Velcro anymore. And one frustrating thing that happens, is if my arms are down at my sides, the sleeves of the jacket will stick to the Velcro and “snag” the sleeves—so all along both sleeves the material has snags and pulls on the fabric.

    AM - December 20, 2013

    (Atlanta, GA)

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    Corsair Jacket

    Bought this for summer riding on my vintage. I'm really hard to fit, small waist, broad shoulders, full chest. But this jacket fits very nice without constricting movement so I can fully engage in the ride around these fantastic Tennessee roads. Very lightweight, well armored, nice removable lining. Fabric seams to snag easy but worth the extra care. Classy , practical protection. LOVE the jacket.

    Barbara - July 20, 2012

    (greeneville, TN)

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    Corsair 2.0

    I love my jacket, I just wish I ordered it one size smaller. It is a quality item, made very well. Would recommend anyone to purchase.

    Mrs Jacqueline - July 09, 2012

    (Cream Ridge, NJ)

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    Great Jacket

    Bought this in cream for my girlfriend, she loves the feel of it and the way it looks. It does outline her figure very nicely and the protective armor is barely noticeable. The Liner is a nice addition, its not too attractive wearing the liner as a jacket but its still a great addition to the jacket, definitely worth the price

    Richard - April 24, 2012

    (LA, CA)

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    Great. Sexy and protective.

    Bought this for my girlfriend. She has a great figure (lucky me) and it would be a shame to hide it underneath an unflattering motorcycle jacket. Problem is, with protective jackets, that's often the case. They're usually square cut and bulky in the wrong places. Not this one! It's very well cut, shows her figure just fine. And the protection is all CE Approved which gives peace of mind, but doesn't actually add too much bulk. Here in Texas lining is unnecessary. But a nice addition. What more to say? A bit expensive but worth the money.

    Luke C. - October 28, 2010

    (Houston, TX)
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