Tour Master Flex Series 3 Jacket

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Rating 4.77 of 5 (14 Reviews)

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Tour Master Flex Series 3 Jacket
  • Converts easily from a 600 denier Carbolex Jacket to an Armor- Link mesh jacket and vice-versa
  • Water-resistant outer jacket incorporates waterproof zippered sleeve vents
  • 360º Phoslite reflective piping and Tour Master’s signature reflective rear triangle help  increase nighttime visibility
  • Soft, durable microfiber-lined collar and cuff
  • Adjustable sleeve takeup straps to secure elbow armor and material
  • Removable, CE approved armor at the elbows and shoulders with an articulated triple density back protector
  • Tour Master’s Z.O.Q. (Zip-Out Quilted) Liner features warming 100gm polyfill insulation
  • Zippered hand pockets, internal pouch pocket and mobile media pocket
  • Adjustable waist belts with TPR pulls help to fine tune the fit
  • Includes a jacket/pant zipper attachment with the pant side included
  • Item # 41559
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Great Jacket!

I replaced a Joe Rocket jacket that was 11 years old. This jacket has all the same features for half the price. I've only had a chance to wear it once so far and I love it. I used it without the heavy liner and was still warm enough in the early morning temps around 40-50 deg on the highway. It was also comfortable on the way home in the 70-80 deg range in the afternoon. I was a little concerned about their sizing being different from other manufacturers. I normally wear a medium, but the chart said small. The small fits perfect. This jacket is a bit bulky feeling, but most of them are until you get used to them.

Rob - October 17, 2016

(Durham, NC)

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Great jacket at a resonable price

I have a FLEX II in black that was getting too hot for Northern CA riding, so I bought the FLEX III on sale-outstanding deal (in White/Silver). The jacket works for me even at 100 degrees- the temperature drop was tremendous versus having the black jacket which I will now only use in the fall/winter/early. The good news is that all of the liners appear to be interchangeable with my Flex 2 jacket. For the money, I think this jacket (on sale) is the best for the buck out there, and I have very few complaints. Some people complain that it is too complicated to put together in regards to liners ...really? I guess, but for those that wrench on their bikes, it is simple (no offense JMO).

Martin - August 24, 2016

(Loma Rica, CA)

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TOUR MASTER FLEX SERIES 3 JACKET

Overall this is a really good jacket. I like it because it is convertible into either different weight configurations depending on how much heat or cooling you want on a ride. The jacket fits good too and I sized down for a better fit based on the sizing charts provided for fit from Tour Master. I ride mostly large fairing touring bikes so airflow is always a premium on hot days and this jacket does very well in those types of conditions and that's why I bought it.

Robert - June 11, 2014

(San Dimas, CA)

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Flex 3

Excellent jacket. The look and fit are great. It's been in the high 90's and I haven't overheated on my Goldwing wearing just the mesh jacket. I like that the protective gear is in the mesh layer allowing additional safety when riding during hot weather.

Richard - July 30, 2013

(Sparks, NV)

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This is the one to get

I have worn this jacket, or parts of it, from around 40 degrees to 103 degrees. It's just the best overall jacket I've owned. When it gets below 40, or around 40 degrees I have a windstopper I put on under the jacket which will take me to the 30s. I got it from L.L. Bean a few years back. Right now during the Spring I'm not using the quilted liner. Most of the time I'm out it's in the 70s, so I just open the vents to let the air circulate and it's quite comfortable.

Roy H. - May 23, 2013

(Flower Mound, TX)

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very good value

Overall, I'm really impressed with it. Going to admit that it's my first motorcycle jacket that I've owned, but it fits quite well (a touch shorter than I'd have liked but not actually too short), extremely versatile (that was one of the big selling points). The outer shell is great for keeping the elements out when in use, and the mesh is great for riding in warmer weather (helps in Orange County).

Jeffry - May 21, 2013

(Anaheim, CA)

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Fantastic jacket!

This is my first riding jacket I have ever bought and I am fully pleased with my purchase. It is very tough and practical with the inner lining and the outside cover. You can actually wear it all year long and keep you protected. The fit is a little big, so be careful to buy it one size smaller. Also the protection on the back is not that great. Great value for your money though.

Hector - May 14, 2013

(Mexico city, NM)

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3.5 Season Jacket

The most versatile jacket I've ever had. The armored mesh, even though substantial, is cool up to 90 (I have the gunmetal. Below 70, it takes no time to zip and clip the liner, which takes it down to 55. Add the water resistant outer, and the wind-block takes it down to 40 degrees. Runs large. I'm 5'9", 44" chest, 34" waist, and the medium fits perfecto.

bkp100 - October 9, 2012

(Atlanta, GA)

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Just what I wanted

I wanted a mesh jacket that had an external weather-resistant surface, not the typical mesh with an internal liner. The fit and finish on this jacket is very good and I like that all the armor is in the mesh so when you take off the outer shell you are still protected. This is a short jacket. I wish it was a little longer. I would also like to see slightly larger interior cell phone pockets. They are too small for my Iphone with its protective cover.

Larry H. - August 16, 2012

(Marin County, CA)

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Flexible Product

Three jackets in one. I teach motorcycle safety and appreciate armor and the need for good gear. The mesh jacket (includes the armor) is the coolest layer. over that is a wind-proof and very rain resistant outer shell. Under the mesh a quilted, sleeved, liner for very cold days (Reno gets cold). The latest revision of this jacket is even better than my original which was only offered in black those days. This one has better vents, and silver is better in the intense sun, and more visible.

Allan - July 31, 2012

(Reno, NV)

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3 jackets in one

Headlights behind me at night say the piping looks like a bright wide stripe. A few zippers and you are ready for rain, cold, or warmer temperatures. The black mesh is comfortable at 85 degrees. The armor (stays with the mesh) makes me feel secure. I recommend the silver/gray one for higher temperatures. The inner quilt liner makes this a 20 degree jacket. You get three jackets for the price of one, good for 20 - 85 degrees!

Allan - July 20, 2012

(Reno, NV)

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Barry in Maine

I saw Fred's review and had to respond. I am on my second Flex 3 and have had great luck with them. One fantastic product! I am on the 4th year of the second one and had the first about the same amount of time. Some may find it a pain to adjust through all its modes but not me. It is a great 4 season jacket. I think it might not be practical in HI but here in ME it is perfect.

Barry - April 24, 2012

(Edgecomb, ME)

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This is a great jacket.

I wanted a textile jacket that would look good on my Harley. I've had leather jackets for years, and the one I ended up using the most, had the best ability to adapt to changing temperature and weather conditions. This time I wanted one jacket that could do it all and am very satisfied with this choice.

David - December 23, 2011

(St. Petersburg, FL)

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Sent it back

I had high hopes for this jacket. But it was quite heavy when all put together and too bulky. It was also a quite complicated process to change layers or put it back together. Not something you would do on the side of the road. The primary jacket - not the outer or inner layers - was very loose in that it seemed to lack a structure with all the porous material used in construction without the help of the other layers.

Fred - December 8, 2011

(Honolulu, HI)