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Robert T: your video made choosing easy, keep up the good workApr 24, 2014
Arthur T: Great jacket,a ton of features for under $200!!Mar 20, 2014
P A: Great Price, looks great, tons of positive reviews.Jan 21, 2014
Robert D: Sale price is good. Video did good job describing.Jan 14, 2014
Roy G: FirstGear, durable, reasonably priced, nice feature set. So far everything I've purchased from them has been a genuine bargain. Dealing with Revzilla just makes it better.Dec 30, 2013
William C: Road trip on November 1st and need something warm and Visible. Easy time I ordered from here it was fast and sure!Oct 19, 2013
Edward M B: This jacket comes in Tall sizes and high visibility yellow, something I have been looking for a long time.Oct 1, 2013
Jonathan B: looking for a high visibility jacket with good weather resistance/protection/ventilation in a reasonable price point. the 3/4 length suits my jacket length preference, and revzilla had the lowest price, tied with only one other merchant.Sep 2, 2013
A S asked:Any recommendations on an upgraded back protector? What fits the stock pocket in the back?Aug 10, 2014
Scott H:Yes, the main zipper on this jacket is a double-sided zipper. Once zipped up you can pull the bottom zipper up and the top zipper down and have the jacket only zipped up in the middle.Mar 12, 2014
Todd F:Not sure what you saying about a double slider. Unless you mean two zipper pulls. If so then yes, it has 2 pulls so you are able to pull the bottom zipper up opening the lower portion of the jacket for additional air or to reattach to your pants or readjust the jacket position.Mar 14, 2014
Todd N:I live in Southern Ontario, where temperatures hit the high 80s in the summer, with high humidity. I removed the liner for the summer, and it is comfortable as long as you are moving. It gets a little warm inside on those hot days once you stop. But it has plenty of air vents, which are a big plus. Overall it's a great jacket.Mar 23, 2015
david b:I used mine here in Illinois last summer with the liner out and all the vents open.as long as you were moving it wasn't bad. But will be a little warm at lower speeds and 90° temps. Great quality jacket and nice and warm with liner in it Mar 22, 2015
Timothy D:I don't have the pants, so I can't answer the question. But I do like the jacket. I use it as my winter riding jacket, and have ridden in temps as low as 27 deg with it -- along with a heated vest and gloves -- with no problems. It's the most heavy duty riding jacket I have, and has great protection. The collar bugged me a bit when zipped all the way up -- it got caught up in the bottom of my full face helmet a little. I fixed that with some velcro that keeps the collar folded down and I don't zip it all the way up. With that modification, it all works great together. This is my second winter to use the jacket and I'm very saisfied. I think it would be too hot in summer, so I switch when the temps get above 70. Hope this helps.Jan 4, 2014
Capt M:Donald, what I can tell you is that the Firstgear Jaunt T2 Jacket has the universal size zipper that attaches to my Triumph riding pant which are called Explore Jeans the zipper is a match as i do not own a pair of HT Overpants cannot say for sure it will depend on the length of the zipper I believe the TEETH are a standard size as my Triumph Explore Jeans attach to this jacket, my Olympia jacket that I bought from Revzilla and of course myTriumph leather Viper jacket. I guess what I am saying is that it will likely connect but worst case you may have to have a seamstress change out a zipper. Not very costly.
david r:Yes it does. Though I won't wear it once it gets above 75. Still vents great just too warm for me. There is no water proof liner. The water proofing is built into the outer shell. Hope this helpMar 13, 2015