AGV Sport Telluride Waterproof Jacket
Good for what it is and how much it costs. Armor is pretty decent. Makes me feel a bit more secure without having the dough to buy Klim.
August 4, 2014
Best jacket for the price
Good jacket, Im 1.72m and 69kg, Im small on most clothing Brand and ordered a small jacket and fits ok, specially without the liner. Its a bit tight with the liner on but not bad. Good airflow but In summer I use a vented jacket. Really good build quality.
May 28, 2014
Highly visible yellow, nice styling, lots of pockets for gadgets, waterproof so far, excellent air flow. Protection in back, shoulders, elbows is adequate and fits well. The jacket runs a bit large in the shoulders, chest, and arms so going down a size is OK. The waist is a bit tight but that is probably MY issue (tighter with the liner in place).
Two cinches on the arms and a waist cinch keep the jacket snug.
All in all, an excellent value. You won't be disappointed in this jacket, especially at this price point.
May 26, 2014
Excellent jacket for the price!!!
Fits a little small but it fits. Large framed guy with a little extra around the middle but fits and feels good on. Would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a low cost four season motorcycle specific jacket.
May 20, 2014
Massive shoulder air scoops
If I could use those air scoops to provide forced induction for my engine, I'm sure I could gain another 10 horsepower! The problem is that the air pressure forces rainwater through the closed zipper and down the inside of the sleeves, dumping the water straight into my gloves and also leading to the wet sleeves mentioned by another reviewer. I seem to have solved that problem by using silicone caulk to seal the flaps shut. I'll just have to find another jacket when it gets warmer. Other that that, as mentioned by others, the velcro at the neck scratches ( I trimmed the corner off), the neck strap is too short with extra layers on, and the velcro is poor quality and doesn't hold the front flap tight. Nice jacket, otherwise....
November 15, 2013
I am 5'6", 150lbs, wear 39" short jacket. I have ridden with the jacket for about a year, with 2500-3000 mi in the jacket and pants. The last 125 were in a moderate rain storm. This jacket and pants are advertized as waterproof exterior and the pants have a waterproof liner. The liner in the pants was not in for my last ride. Within 20 minutes, I was soaked thru and thru - water pooling between my legs. The jacket and pants were so waterlogged after 2 hours riding that it took 2 days to dry out completely. If you want to have waterproof equipment, I don't recommend this jacket or pants. In dry weather, this is very warm. In weather more than 70 degrees, no matter how much the flaps are open, it is TOO hot.
October 29, 2013
Uglier than sin... but effective
I got the jacket a few days ago and it has been raining very consistently so I have been using it almost daily. I got my jacket in Hi-Viz because I ride home from work at night. It has kept me perfectly dry and warm on colder nights at all speeds. The moment you drive off on your bike you can tell it is a riding jacket and that there was a lot of thought put into it. The cut allows all of the movement you could ask for on a bike, yet with the armor you feel protected at the same time. The venting is adequate to keep me from sweating too much on warm days. The sleeves go over my gauntlets very nicely. My only complaint is due to my prejudice against bright colors, UGLY in hi-viz but I will not argue with the function as it performs beautifully. Definitely my go-to rain/cold jacket.
October 3, 2013
Great value, affordable, Hi-viz, cold-weather jacket
I have only had my jacket for a week and have been riding everyday since. I live in Alaska and the morning commuting temps have gotten down to 10 F. The warmest temp so far has been 45 F.
The coat has been surprisingly warm. With just a mid-weight long sleeve under the jacket, my body was cool, but not cold at 10 degrees. At 20 F, I was quite comfortable. I can also wear a mid-heavy fleece with the jacket and liner. It is tight around the collar with the fleece, but I am very warm at 15 F and the fleece jacket.
The Hi-visibility jacket is very bright and exactly what I was looking for in terms of visibility. It will show the slightest dirt though, especially since it is mostly yellow.
I am 5 ft 9 inches tall (160 lbs) with an athletic build and Medium size fits perfectly and if I expand the arms, I can fit that my fleece jacket under it.
I have not opened the air vents yet and have not tested its waterproof claims, although I certainly will very soon.
The jacket seems well-constructed and it was suggested that this was one of the more sturdily constructed jackets at this price-point.
There are also plenty of pockets for the Adventure-touring biker.
April 26, 2013