|Item Weight||5.95 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||22 x 13 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||8777-0417-07|
|Manufacturer Part Number||8777-0417-07|
|Vehicle Service Type||street-sport-motorcycles, street-cruiser-motorcycles, street-touring-motorcycles, street-motor-scooters, utility-vehicles, all-terrain-vehicles|
Tourmaster Transition Series 4 Men's Textile Motorcycle Touring Jacket (Gun Metal/Black, X-Large)
|Price:||$204.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- Carbolex 600 denier outer shell material
- 1680 denier Ballistic in the elbows
- Pipeline venting with pinch vents provides excellent ventilation when open and waterproofing when closed
- Aqua-Barrier under-the-helmet hood to help eliminate seepage in the collar area (US patents #8,156,573 and #7,779,485) and hides under the collar
- Action back rear panel for extra comfort
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A proper touring jacket must serve multiple purposes as no two days or roads are alike. Transitioning from one climate to another demands different features and the Transition Series 4 delivers. From a cold early morning ride to a humid afternoon ride, opening up the Pipeline vents on the chest, underarms, and back maximize airflow. Should your ride go from warm to downright wet and cold, the jacket's Rain guard barrier, along with the waterproof zippers on the Pipeline vents, and the removable insulated liner will keep you dry and cozy. For further weather protection, the Transition 4 jacket also features Tour Master's patented Aqua-Barrier Under-The-Helmet Hood deploys from the collar. Worn over your head and under the helmet the Aqua-Barrier hood will prevent rain from seeping down the back of your neck.
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My bike.. a super fun 2015 Yamaha WR250R dual sport
At 31F with the liner in, neck guard around, zipper vents closed and a set of Slider Quest gloves on over the cuffs this jacket kept me warm and comfy on a 1 hour highway ride at about 75mph. My body didn't sweat due to the Under Armour shirt I had on under it and that's all I had on under this jacket. At temps right around 70F I left the liner in and simply opened the zippered vents, tucked the neck guard away, zipped it fully up and went out for a mixed highway, side roads and a few back road trails and remained cool and comfortable. Removing the liner I can see this being a great warm weather jacket up into the 90s or higher while riding however obviously having to open it or removing it when stopped for any period of time at those temps.
I haven't been on any wet rides yet so can't comment on that at this time. As for durability it seems to be very well built with strong and secure stitching. I see no reason at this point to think it will not last. We'll see as time goes on.
Fitment is true to size. I'm a short 5' 8" heavier guy at 190lbs with a 44" chest and 38 waste. I typically wear an x-large shirt, jacket, coat and this in x-large fits perfect over a light shirt with room enough for a sweater or a heated liner for subzero temps. I'd say its a tad bit long for me but again, I'm shorter then most other riders. Still, the length isn't an issue for me and doesn't bulk up at all while riding.
All the zippers are great and none stick or are hard to zip up/down/open/closed. The front main pockets are waterproofed and will fit an iPhone 6 Plus in a protective case though none of the other pockets inside or out will. The left arm pocket by the cuff is ultra small and I'd wished it slightly larger however for keys it'll work. I wouldn't plan on stuffing in any documents. The zippered vents in the piping are well made and smooth.
The neck collar is soft and comfortable and stands upright nicely without drooping down. There is an inside neck wrap which can be zipped in or out and comfortably wraps around the neck in cold riding. Very nice touch for certain. I rarely shave and usually just use a trimmer for my beard so more often then not there is stubble. Other jackets I've found pull at my neck beard however this one hasn't which has made me very happy. Also, in the rear of the collar is a hidden hood which can be pulled out, put over your head under the helmet for added cold weather protection as well as to keep rain out.
The shoulder and elbow armor are CE rated, removable and rest where they should. The back protector would be my only concern as it seems to be really thin and not sure if it is actually CE rated or not. For street use its likely OK where most of the concern is sliding however I'll be looking to replace the back protector with something a but more since I'll be riding both street and off-road with rocks, mud, branches, etc. Overall all the protective pads comfortable and suited for their intended purpose.
The inside liner zips in and out and the liner extends fully down each arm. Each sleeve cuff of the liner is held in place with 2 fasteners keeping the liner securely in place. Also, each fastener is a different color making it easy to ensure the liner doesn't get fastened in while twisted, again a nice touch.
Overall I'm more then happy with the jacket which is amazingly priced for a 4-season jacket with the included features! I don't do a lot of winter riding however I don't like the cold. I'm looking at a 2500 mile trip in very early spring this year and looking forward to seeing how this jacket holds up.
Like I said.. really the only thing I'd like to see would be the left cuff pocket slightly larger. Possibly even having the inside jacket pockets a bit larger. Both trivial points and doesn't take anything away from the jacket at all. A solid 5-Star rated product at this point.
Additional gear I ride with include the Arai XD4 Helmet (Black),Forma Adventure Off-Road Boots and the Slider Quest Cold Weather Waterproof Gloves. Solid quality gear.
Now.. Just need to find a good pair of 4-season waterproof pants to match this jacket.
UPDATE (4/11/2016): Still love this jacket! I've since added a "Klim D3O Viper T5 Pro Back Protector" cut to fit as a Level 2 back protector. Also upgraded the CE Level 1 elbow and shoulder pads to the newer CE Level 2 Klim D3O Pro X pads as well. Very happy with the great jacket!
Update (7/28/2016): This jacket holds up fantastically! I've been riding with it this summer in 95+ heat with the liner out and vent open and while riding it allows a ton of air to blow through making longer rides very comfortable yet remaining safe with a heavy, quality jacket on for its added protection over lighter summer mesh jackets. Yes, when you stop for more then a few minutes you'll want to unzip it for sure if there isn't a breeze but thats to be expected. I've found zero craftsmanship flaws in the jacket and it remains fully intact despite some adventurous off-road rides and a couple meetings with dirt and even a gravel road mishap.
The jacket was $270, added the Klim D3O Viper T4 Pro Back Protector at $50, the Klim EVO Pro X Shoulder and Knee/Elbow protection at $32 & $36 buck respective and I couldn't be happier with this jacket! Upgrading to full CE Level 2 rated pads adds a small weight increase however it fits me so well I don't feel it at all. It rivals most jackets 2 and 3 times it price and is an amazingly piece of riding gear!
This is definitely a top notch jacket. I'll include their sizing chart here also as it seems to be true to fit. I was for me and two others I know who are wearing this now. Different sizes include L, XL and XXL and the sizing seems to be spot on.
Update: I re-ordered this jacket in a different color and it was a completely different item than the first one I received. The first one (grey) was basically just a rain poncho while the second one (hi-viz) is a real riding jacket. I believe the grey one isn't correctly listed.
Initial impressions of the hi-viz jacket are extremely positive; it feels very well made and is comfortable. I've got an "athletic" build (actual dimensions below) and often find it difficult to find a jacket with enough room in the arms that doesn't also wear like a loose trash bag through the waist. The size large fit me pretty well with the arms fully loosened, but the waist fully cinched. Here are my dimensions:
Arms at bicep: 17"
The waterproofing and venting are outstanding. I typically wear this from about 30 degrees F to around 82 degrees F. Comfrotable at the lower temperatures with a tee shirt and sweatshirt. Comfortable at the high end with all of the vents open and just a tee shirt. I have to go to a full mesh jacket when the temperature climbs to the low 80's and above only because of the heat buildup while standing still with the Transition 4.
There are numerous storage options and the neck gater and hood are extremely useful upgrades to the Transition 3.
My only gripe is the venting on the inner pockets has changed. The vents are still there and work the same as on the Transition 3, but they removed the extra strip of velcro that was used to hold the vent open. So effectively those vents don't work. Other than that it's the best jacket I've ever owned.