Tour Master Jett Series 3 Jacket

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Rating 4.23 of 5 (35 Reviews)

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Tour Master Jett Series 3 Jacket

Offering 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. Suited perfectly for mild climates, this jacket uses a relaxed fit constructed of tough fabrics to provide protection, comfort and style. A dependable workhorse, the Jett Series 3 is perfect for any motorcyclist.
  • 600 denier Carbolex® shell combines with a Rainguard® waterproof and breathable barrier
  • The collar features a soft, microfiber relief panel
  • Zippered shoulder, sleeve and rear exit vents provide flow-through ventilation
  • 360° Phoslite® reflective piping and Tour Master’s signature reflective rear triangle
  • Adjustable sleeve take-up straps at the forearm and bicep to secure elbow armor and material
  • Removable, CE approved armor at the elbow and shoulders with an articulated triple density back protector
  • Tour Master’s removable Z.O.Q. (Zip-Out Quilted) liner features warming 100gm Polyfill insulation
  • Zippered chest map pocket, hand warmer pockets, internal pouch pocket and mobile media pocket
  • Adjustable waist belts with TPR pulls help fine tune the fit
  • Rear stretch panel accommodates an optional jacket to pant zipper ( connection zipper not included)
  • Item # 30362
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Overall Rating: 4.23 of 5

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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.

Jason - May 10, 2016

(Ann Arbor , MI)

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NICE, MID TEMP JACKET

Great jacket so far, nice upgrade from my summer mesh jacket for colder weather. Normally don't ride in extreme cold so this jacket will fit my riding climate. Looks very sharp as well. Fits well as is a little lighter than my Kilimanjaro, not near as bulky.

KP - July 7, 2015

(schertz, TX)

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Good Product

I bought the jacket because I liked the Tourmaster product line. It is a good jacket for the money. There are plenty of pockets, and it is made very nice.

Leland - June 23, 2015

(Waterloo, IA)

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Jett jacket

I bought this jacket after using one jacket for all seasons, anything under 20 degrees and I usually dont ride. Haven't had this jacket for those kinds of temps, but shouldn't have a problem, with my heated vent, too. I did wear it on 70 degree day and it was to warm, in traffic, moving at higher speeds 20+ was tolerable. Cooler temps this jacket will be nice.

Dan - May 29, 2015

(Exeter, NH)

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Tourmaster Jet Jacket

This jacket is well worth what I paid. Tourmaster jackets run a bit small. I knew to order an XXL because I have another Tourmaster jacket. The jackets are well made. They fit me well and provide great protection. I'm a firm believer in Tourmaster jackets. Great jacket at a fair price.

Mark - December 30, 2014

(Virginia Beach , VA)

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Very poor quality

I ordered three of these before I finally gave up. Each one had quality issues, primarily with the elastic loops that hold the insulated liner inside the sleeves and body of the jacket. Some were already broken when the jacket arrived and some were not sewn properly in place. Would have been a nice jacket otherwise, but I will no longer buy Tourmaster.

N/A - June 11, 2014

(Duluth, MN)

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I love this jacket ... it's my second in the same style

My old jacket still has a lot of life in it, but I lost a bunch of weight, so I went down a size. When it is really cold, I wear it with my Gerbing, but most of the time the jacket and the liner are warm enough. I have been able to tolerate close to 80 degrees without the liner and with all the zippers open to allow for air flow.

Jean - May 10, 2014

(Waynesville, NC)

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A very good jacket...

This is a very good motorcycle jacket when worn with layered clothing all year round. The jacket is very well made overall with no faults. The only problem I have had with it is the fading of the blue color of the jacket from blue to a faint bluish-pink in 13 months under the Southern California sun.

Yekta - December 19, 2013

(Temple City, CA)

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Excellent MC Jacket

The elastic bands at the waist, wrists, and elbows allow a custom fit. Vents at the biceps and armpit allows in amble air. The zipper is plastic, and a couple of times the zipper pulled apart at the bottom, I believe this was my fault. The wind flap is a dual overlay that prevents water infiltration when riding in rain. I would like to see additional reflective material on the arms and back. The personnel protective pads are light of weight and you cannot even tell they are there.

Oscar - July 11, 2013

(Baldwin, MD)

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Really bad fit

This jacket is really cut poorly. The back area is baggy, not sure how to explain it, but if you have a beer belly on your back, then this is the jacket for you. It fit good in the shoulders and sleeves, but the back was really loose. It looked really bad, so I returned it. I bought another tourmaster jacket and did not have the same issue with the cut of that jacket.

Michael - January 21, 2013

(La Habra, CA)

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cold, wet.

Great, for warmth. Hate this jacket over 75MPH, feels like a a parachute. In the rain, about as waterproof as a paper sac...

Eric - November 19, 2012

(Winnetka, CA)

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Rain Proof as a wet papper sac.

about as waterproof as a paper sac.

Eric - November 19, 2012

(winnetka, CA)

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Finaly rode in real Rain.

Real Rain in Hollywood, I couldn't call F/X to shut it off. I've owned this jacket for almost a year now. I rode 27 miles, after 15, I started to get cold, when I got off the freeway, I was cold. That's when I realized I was Wet. I spent the money on this jacket, so that I wouldn't be wet.

Eric - November 19, 2012

(LA, CA)

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Excelent Product

It’s a little hot to use in a sunny day

David C. - October 29, 2012

(MEDELLIN, FL)

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Great jacket

This jacket provides good value for the price. Protection features are solid, zip-out liner is really effective. No problems with quality.

Steve - October 2, 2012

(Reading, MA)