Firstgear Adventure Mesh Jacket

$279.95

Rating 3.60 of 5 (4 Reviews)

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Firstgear Adventure Mesh Jacket

 

Providing 3/4 length coverage, the Adventure Mesh Jacket is ideal for all day, hot weather riding. Extensive pocketing abounds to allow plenty of secure storage of the essentials. For those who like it long, in their apparel or hours in the saddle, this is the jacket.

  • Constructed of durable, tough and highly breathable, 250-denier polyester mesh exterior
  • Removable windproof, water-resistant liner, stows easily in rear tail pocket
  • CE-approved armor at shoulder and elbows
  • Secure pocketing throughout for secure storage
  • Set and forget, adjustable wrist cuffs
  • 2-year limited warranty

 

 

 

  • Item # 63279
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Firstgear Mesh Jaacket

I originally ordered an XL size because the size chart matched my measurements. It was it too big, so much so the body armor would not stay in place. I exchanged it for a Large Tall size which fits great. I am 6'1" and 230 lbs with long arms (36"). There is still room for a fleece jacket underneath. The low rating for fit is because I had to exchange it. I got the silver color because the lighter color should be cooler. It is almost white not silver, but that fine with me. I have been riding in 98F temps and the airflow is great. As long as I am moving I stay cool enough. There are more pocket than I know what to do with.

Bill - June 10, 2016

(Albuquerque, NM)

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Not what I expected

Poor material. Baggy looking. Poor fit and finish. Just not a good looking jacket for being an adventure style. Try something else.

Steve - January 22, 2015

(Orange, CA)

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Awesome 3 season touring jacket

Living in Florida I was looking for an Adventure Touring jacket that would flow lots or air. The textile jacket I have had for years up north was too hot in the Florida heat and humidity. I took it out of the box, removed the liner (which has a left and right zipper, more on this later) and took it for a 150 mile ride. This thing flows so much air that I didn't even feel like I was wearing a jacket when moving. It fits true to size, but generously so you could wear a thermal mid layer for those colder days. Lots of pockets and adjustments. So, the liner has a left and right zipper to attach it to the jacket. This is great because you can utilize the interior jacket pockets when the liner is worn with the jacket. I have not tried out the water repellency of the liner yet. I am planning on riding the Trans America Trail in late August 2015, and this jacket will be worn. I love the versatility, the look, the protection and the price point. I give 2 thumbs up.

Mike - September 2, 2014

(Pinellas Park, FL)

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Good warm weather jacket

With this jacket I pretty much got exactly what I was expecting. For the money it has some nice features, decent styling and I'm overall pleased. The sizing is a bit on the large side, I am broad shouldered and this jacket has lots of extra room. You may consider ordering a size smaller than you normally take, I wear XXL T-shirts and I probably would have done a little better to this in an XL but I'll keep what I got. I have worn it in near 100 degree temps and stay fairly comfortable when moving. Gets a little hot underneath the pads as to be expected, the shoulder and elbow pads or good, the back pad is foam which is OK with me as the better protection is also less comfortable. Lots of pockets, and a useful rain liner that I tried out today; works well. So far my only gripes are that the sleeve closures, they have both a Velcro strap and a zipper- the idea being to set the strap where you want it then use the zippers. In reality the zippers are difficult to close single handedly- hopefully I will get accustomed to this little annoyance. The zippers also easily are jammed by the thin mesh liner and extremely difficult to get un-stuck without tearing the liner. For the money I'm not complaining and am happy for the most part, wish that they would offer it in more color choices.

Dave A - July 21, 2014

(SLC, UT)