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    Jaunt T2 Jacket
    $199.95
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    Firstgear Jaunt T2 JacketA jacket that is bursting at the seams with value, the Jaunt T2 is a touring wonder made by Firstgear to do and see it all. Waterproof and insulated thanks to its combination
    Firstgear Kilimanjaro JacketLeading the Firstgear lineup, the Kilimanjaro adds maturity and depth to the street motorcycle jacket world with its focused fit and outstanding versatility. Year round usa
    Firstgear Kathmandu JacketA proverbial Swiss army knife, Firstgear's Kathmandu jacket refines the adventure riding experience with a seemingly endless reserve of ride ready features. From numerous poc
    Firstgear Mesh Tex JacketShowing that a summer riding jacket need not be overly complicated or expensive, the Firstgear Mesh Tex provides outstanding venting at a price that is substantially less than
    Firstgear Rush Tex JacketPriced at the lower end of the spectrum, the Firstgear Rush Tex combines an excellent price with ride ready features that are straightforward and yet very effective. A waterpr
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    Kenya Jacket
    $279.95
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    Firstgear Kenya JacketThe well-known saying declares 'quality not quantity'. The Firstgear Kenya is a jacket that adheres to this idea with a design that uses just the essentials and then refines them
    Firstgear TPG Rainier JacketBuilt for adventure, the Firstgear TPG Rainier is a jacket that takes into account all the variables of riding. Not a jacket with multiple and often confusing liners, the T
    Firstgear TPG Tech JacketA highly versatile layer, the Firstgear TPG Tech jacket can be worn as a standalone windbreaker, an insulating under layer and a casual everyday jacket for around town. Fleece

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    Jim (Warren, PA)

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    Good

    I bought an XXL (one size bigger) just in case it ran small but I think an XL would've been just fine. I kept it anyway. I took the armor pads out of the shoulders and elbows since they wouldn't sit in the proper position on me. It vents very well so far. I avoid riding in the rain so don't know about rain resistance.

    Lawrence (Pagosa Springs, CO)

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    Kilamanjaro

    I've had this coat now three years, and have enjoyed it as a durable and substantial product. Fit was perfect for me, but I really can't use this in the summer as it definitely is designed for cooler weather, and that is with the liner out. With it in, very comfortable down in the 40s. The exterior shell seems quite rugged and able to handle abrasion (ie asphalt). Plentiful pockets and lots of storage. Overall quite pleased, it is a superb cool weather riding jacket.

    Muzik (Hoffman Estates, IL)

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    I finally got it right

    Perfect!!! I finally found a good jacket that fits. I need seven more of these in every color.

    JOHN (A-VILLE, NC)

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    ONE JACKET FOR ALL WEATHER

    The sizing is pretty accurate. I am 6'0 tall and 230 Lbs. The XLT fits me well. I have ridden at 15 degrees with the liner. Teamed up with the pant bottoms and Kilimanjaro insulated gloves made all the difference in the world. Two years and no leaks. In 90+ it's a breeze with the vents open. A little warm sitting still but breathes well while moving. Very flexible and efficient riding jacket. I would highly recommend it.

    Chris (Kileen, TX)

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    Mesh Tex Jacket

    The overall fit and finish is very good. A couple of things would make it an over the top jacket for me, and that would be if the sleeves had velcro closures instead of snaps. Also the forearm protection is loose and floppy, it would be nice if there was an adjuster strap made on it so that it could be tightened around the forearm. Other than that, it's a very good jacket, breathes well, and the velcro waist adjusters are great.

    Robert (Nashville, TN)

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    Completely satisfied

    The jacket met my expectations fully. I am 6'3" and 190 Lbs. The XLL fits me just right. I am impressed by the build quality and features. Very well constructed. From my experience wearing the jacket so far it is quite versatile, comfortable in temps from 50's to high 80's. Just layer underneath for the cooler days. Great buy.

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