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Scorpion Yosemite Jacket
Scorpion
Yosemite Jacket
$389.95 - $404.95
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Scorpion Yosemite JacketIn Scorpion's world of upper echelon adventure touring jackets, the Yukon has more protection but it is the Yosemite that is more weather versatile. Featuring large (we mean...
Scorpion Yukon Jacket
Scorpion
Yukon Jacket
$549.95
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Scorpion Yukon JacketIn one fell swoop Scorpion, courtesy of the Yukon jacket, has become a player in the adventure riding segment in a big way. Designed to compete with the very best out there, th...

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Phil (Yuma )

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Very nice jacket

When I received the jacket I noticed that it is very solidly built. The torso and shoulders ran a little smaller than normal so I had to return it for a larger size. The numerous inside and outside pockets can hold a lot of gear. The kidney belt is a nice feature for longer rides. The jacket features numerous pieces of armor that make you feel well protected in the event of an incident. I have not worn it in very hot or cold weather so I can't comment of the effect of the very large arm vents. It is an expensive jacket, but for the features, it appears to be well worth it.

Robs (Santa Paula )

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Clever Design, great features, but...

Just bought one of these based on the recommendations of two fellow riding club members. Only had it a few days, but some quick observations: Check the size chart!! I wear an XL in Tourmaster and Fieldsheer jackets, but the XL in the Yosemite fits more like a Large. Armor in the elbows is very stiff and not padded on the inside so it is a bit uncomfortable. Those nits aside, this is an amazing product, true 3-season flexibility. The liners are decent, but I just toss them in a box as I prefer to use an electric jacket liner.