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great cool season jacket
Rode in low 30 temps with the matching pants. With both liners in place and the neck guard I was very comfortable. When it was low 60's both liners were a little to much and I was reaching for vents on the highway. Rode home in high 70's with both liners out, all vents open and was very comfortable. I'm 5'10 180 and the medium tall was a perfect fit for me as I have a large wingspan. Will not be a great option for hot weather touring. You'd have to unzip it to the point of losing protection. All in all great product from Fieldsheer and I'm happy with the product
February 23, 2015
This product seems very well made
I like this jacket a lot but it is to warm for summer riding here in so cal. fit and finish is great
July 28, 2014
Excellent fit and styling.
After many returns of my first choice of jackets, I ended up with this one by default due to sizing......I was kinda out of options. I am 6'6" inches tall, weigh 325 lbs and due to being and ex bodybuilder, my chest measurement and arm size is always restrictive with regards to clothing.
I received this jacket and it fits like a glove. The fit chart was spot-on.
Excellent styling, very functional and it seems silly to pay for some of those "high-priced" jackets if all you pay for at the end of the day is the "label". This jacket has most (if not all) of the functions of those "high dollar" jackets and does what it is supposed to; keep you dry and warm. Well see how the fall protection stands up to the challenge but I don't intend on testing that feature. After all, the aim is to keep the shiny side up while riding.
Good job FIELDSHEER!
December 13, 2013
Fieldsheer Adventure Tour Jacket
Snapped this up when I saw it would be offered in size 4XLT. I like a bit extra sleeve-length, This fits nicely, no tight spots. I'm 6'2" and 260 lbs, (54" midriff). Made of a brushed, soft natural to the touch synthetic, Very comfortable. The colors are beautiful; the lighter grey is more grey and less white than shown. Main zipper is strong and easy to use. Comes with a thick, warm, wind-resistant liner. The liner makes the jacket more snug than I'd like. The jacket has what looks like epaulets on the shoulder, but in fact are zippered vents. Although I hope it works well, I am skeptical that these epaulet vents will keep rain etc out even when zipped and velcro'd closed. It has rudimentary pockets. Pockets should receive the max possible attention in such jackets. My own plan is wear a fishing vest underneath. The Cordura is a middle weight, but with much of it double-layered in impact zones. The armor is decent and nicely spread around where needed. It would be nice if they provided more protection to the front of the shoulders rather than only the back and top. But it's a keeper for me. Acceptable, and rare to find in my size.
December 1, 2013
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Shawn R: Good bang for buck, weather flexibility, and fits muscular upper bodies. Waterproof (tested) and plenty of armor.Mar 20, 2015
David W. A: Best product for the money.Jan 20, 2015
Ricky H asked:I am curious as to the sleeve length on this jacket. Even in the tall sizes the 2XL shows a measurement of 29.5 inches on the size chart as the length for the sleeves, which seems very short especially for a "Tall" motorcycle jacket. I am 6'5" and in dress shirts i usually buy them with a 36/37 sleeve. When I measure as the size chart tells you to from the middle of the neck down the outside of my arm, i read 34 inches to my wrist. Will this fit me? if not what are similar options that will fit? (I am also looking at the Firstgear TPG Rainier, but I think I prefer a jacket with removable under-layers) I am looking for a 4 season adventure jacket. I am riding a 2014 BMW R1200 GSA.Jan 2, 2015
Shawn R:Ricky - I have had this jacket for about a month. I think the sleeve length might be measured differently by Fieldsheer - from armpit to wrist (due to armor in shoulders changing the measure) I am only 5'11" but wear a 33/34 sleeve. The Large size fits well - maybe a 1/2" too long - 2XL should be pretty close. I am a bodybuilder and get a similar measurement from mid-neck to wrist (34-35"). Certainly my arms are not as long as yours. Regarding the jacket - its proving very warm - in the cool weather can wear a long sleeve t-shirt in 40 degrees. The fit is long - and covers my backside (very handy for rain, snow and cold riding). So far the jacket is great bang for the buck - but I have not tested it in heavy rain yet. I bought this to replace an 8 year old BMW Rally 2 jacket that has been around the world (on a 1200GS). You are right to go with removable layers - especially for heavy touring. Hope this helps.Jan 3, 2015