AGV Sport Telluride Waterproof Jacket
Perfect 4- Season Jacket
I've used mine in 30 deg and 90 deg. It's great for fall winter and spring, comes with a nice quilted liner, then i just use base layers under it. The only con in the cold, if you do not secure the wrist straps perfectly, air will get in and make you chilly. Now, I am extra skinny so that could just be my issue with little wrists.
It is 100% waterproof, been caught in many a rain storm and have not gotten wet. Has water proof pockets. It's phenomenal in the rain. I cannot stress that enough.
It's a little warm in the summer, but it does have pretty decent vents. It could use one or two more but, hey. The only con on the vents, the shoulder vents at high-speeds become parachutes and slow you down.
The fit is wonderful, I am 5'9 135 LB and got a medium.
I love the jacket, great bang for the buck. Plan on buying the telluride pants to go with it.
I also have a AGV sport solaire jacket for the super hot days.
I also would like to note I replaced the back pad.
March 1, 2015
15 months after purchase jacket has fallen apart to the point of no longer being usable. The upper left hand pocket's zipper pull fell apart within three weeks. Main zipper (which is backwards) is all screwed up at the bottom making zipping up a very frustrating hit-or-miss proposition. Seams are now coming apart all over the jacket, the last of which has rendered the jacket no longer waterproof. If it can't hold up to a handful of washings how well do you think it'll hold up if you hit the pavement? Buy something else.
February 19, 2015
I really like the overall design because of it's functuionality, obviously designed by someone, or team that has ridden in good / bad conditions. The one most important aspect is the price point. While I do not want to sacrifice quality / workmanship for savings I think the overall industry has grown too expensive.
January 26, 2015
Nice over all jacket
Pros: Good price. This is a comfortable jacket. I am a 42" chest so a large fits well while also allowing for another warmy underneath like a fleece or heated liner. Warm and visible (Oxnard, CA). I can live with the Cons as I'll break it in. Nice pockets, lots of zippers to let the rain in (always have a rain suit).
Cons: Collar too short in height. Velcro closure should be longer (inside and out), too hard to really cinch up around my thin neck (I use a triangle). As per other reviews, yes, the shoulder vents were massive air scoops. I installed two snaps and fixed that. Inner liner attachments at the wrists interfere with tightening Velcro sleeves to fit in a gauntlet glove. Oh, and left handed zipper...
November 19, 2014
So right off the bat I'll say that this product is exactly what you paid for it. CHEAP! First of all the zippers are constantly getting snagged on the pocket material. You all know how hard it is to zip anything with gloves on one handed and throw the added task of making sure the material doesn't get caught and you have a recipe for frustration. The zippers are sub par. Second the shoulder air vents are ridiculous. Placed at the collar bone area these vents channel the air right into the pocket created by yet another zipper. Sounds great but the flap that covers the zipper is so deep it causes a ballooning effect and even with the zipper closed it catches the air. This equals an inflated parachute on booth shoulders. Easily remedied with some velcro. Come on AGV SPORT get it together. Now for the most frustrating thing of all. THE SIZING. This is the biggest joke of all. I watched the video that Anthony did and went with a size smaller but to my amazement it still was to big. I had a friend that usually wears a large try my small on and it fit him like a glove. I think the Asian sizing really is a problem here. I'm sure the return policy would have been in my favor but like always there isn't enough time to return and get the other sent to me in time. I'm disappointed in myself for keeping this but was in need of a jacket for a trip and made do. Revzilla your site is awesome and I know your trying to offer something that everyone can afford but please don't lower the standards to much.
November 17, 2014
great coat for the money
just returned from a 1400 mile trip to North Carolina coat performed as advertised
November 10, 2014
good at 40 degrees without liner
Can't speak on the true went weather aspect yet. But in the 40's it's good without the liner. Just waitng on the cold.
November 3, 2014
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