Craig (Rice Lake )
Like others mentioned, the jacket is very versatile and a good value. My velcro sleeve closures went bad after very little use. I recently retired from an industry that used hook & loop materials (the generic term for velcro style material). There is a wide range in quality and Tourmaster was cutting corners on this part of the jacket. I'll get that repaired and soldier on as it seems quite functional otherwise.
glenn (savannah )
great jacket, after buying the element cooling leather jacket I needed a summertime coat. went with this and I love it. great protection, easy to adjust for changing temps,Im 6-3 225 and the x-lg. is just right. so far tourmaster is 2 for 2.
glenn (savannah )
great jacket. After looking at every jacket I could, I decided to go with this one. Glad I did, fits great looks great. You will not be disappointed. First time tourmaster buyer,if this is any indication Ill buy tourmaster again.
Rick (Indianapolis )
Let me just say, this jacket is all it says it is !!!
Roger (LINCOLNSHIRE )
I’m a Tourmaster guy. I think the brand offers a fine quality product. I have one of their leather jackets which is now six years old and is still tough as nails so it was a no brainer for me to pursue their line of jackets for warm weather riding. I’m big on safety when it comes to running around on two wheels but I can’t don the heavy leather jacket anymore in 90 degree heat, I about pass out from heat stroke. I pursued Tourmaster’s line of warm weather jackets and decided to go with this Draft Air 3, jacket. I wasn’t disappointed. Last month I went on a 2000 mile round trip to and from the Great Smokey Mountains and each day was sunny, blistering hot and humid. Removal of the wind-resistant liner allowed this jacket to breathe which was very comfortable at cruising speeds. When you’re sitting in slow moving traffic or stopped on the highway due to construction sites, sure, you’re gonna feel the heat but you’re gonna feel the heat with nothing but a t-shirt on, too, right? There’s armor in all the right areas and in the medium sized jacket, the armor doesn’t feel intrusive nor did I feel any pressure points. The fit is great, I’m 5’11 and tip the scales at 170 and there are no problems with tight-fitting-here, loose-fitting-there areas. I originally went with a large, but returned it for a medium due to the large was a bit baggy on my frame. The customer service at the Superstore was first class all the way. No hassles, no attitudes when talking to one of their reps on the phone. I will definitely buy from them again. The jacket is nice, sure you can pound the internet and look for lower prices to spend on your riding gear but for me, I’d rather spend a little extra for something of quality that will endure. You can’t go wrong with this jacket for summer in the Midwest and for hotter than hell bike trips to the Great Smokey Mountains in late August.
evile (Central Lake )
got this as a gift. as i stand 6'2" not many outerwear items fit me off the hanger. my arms are a little long and my midsection is most of my height so most jackets fit a little short in both areas. long and long of it is... this jacket fits. it's made well and will last quite a while i'm sure. i like the reflective piping and the fact that i can wear this jacket on a very warm day and the air just moves right through it... bravo tour-master!