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Firstgear Jaunt T2 Jacket

For the rider looking for a jacket with great features at an affordable price, the Firstgear Jaunt T2 Jacket is an excellent choice. The 600-denier outer shell is durable and abrasion resistant, while the removable insulated liner and multiple vents take you from season to season in comfort. The Jaunt T2 Jacket has CE approved armor at the shoulders, and elbows, with reflective strips on the front, sides, arms and back. Multiple pockets inside and outside the jacket hold all the essential items you'll need for your ride. 

Features:

  • Generous fit: A larger, boxier, universal fit
  • Hypertex waterproof and breathable, high-density 600 denier polyester outer shell
  • CE-rated armor in the shoulders and elbows plus an EVA foam back pad with reinforced shoulders and elbows
  • Inside the storm flap is a security pocket with a red slider for visibility
  • Two front 8” intake plus two 10” back exhaust vents
  • Detachable, insulated, fully-sleeved liner
  • Four generous patch pockets with envelope fold, hook-and-loop and snap closures
  • Adjustable straps on the collar, arms, sleeve cuffs and waist
  • Reflective panels on the front, side, arms and back
  • Phone pocket on the left side and a map/cargo pocket on the right side in both the liner and the jacket
4.5 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.2 / 5
Features
4.2 / 5
Comfort
3.9 / 5
Style
4.3 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Fit
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Firstgear Men's Jackets

Size Chest (in) Waist (in) Arm (in) Arm - Tall (in) 
SM 34 - 36 28 - 30 32.5 - 33
MD 38 - 40 32 - 34 33.5 - 34
LG 42 - 44 36 - 38 34.5 - 35 36 - 37.5
XL 46 - 48 40 - 42 35.5 - 36 37 - 37.5
2XL 50 - 52 44 - 46 36.5 - 37 38 - 38.5
3XL 54 - 56 48 - 50 37 - 37.5 38.5 - 39
4XL 58 - 60 52 - 54 37.5 - 38 39 - 39.5

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

How To Measure

C Chest Measure around the fullest part of your chest, under the armpits, keeping the measuring tape parallel to the ground.
W Waist Measure around your natural waistline, around the top of the hip bones, inline with the navel while keeping the measuring tape parallel to the ground.
A Arm (Neck to Wrist) Standing up straight with your arms at your sides, measure from the base of your neck at the center of your spine, along the top of your shoulder and down to your wrist bone, along the outside of the arm.
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Neon Yellow/Black / XL 839756 FTJ.1303.03.M004 In Stock: Ships next business day
Neon Yellow/Black / 2XL 839757 FTJ.1303.03.M005 In Stock: Ships next business day
Neon Yellow/Black / 3XL 839758 FTJ.1303.03.M006 In Stock: Ships next business day
Neon Yellow/Black / MD (Tall) 839759 FTJ.1303.03.M009 In Stock: Ships next business day
Neon Yellow/Black / LG (Tall) 839760 FTJ.1303.03.M010 In Stock: Ships next business day
Neon Yellow/Black / XL (Tall) 839761 FTJ.1303.03.M011 In Stock: Ships next business day
Neon Yellow/Black / 2XL (Tall) 839762 FTJ.1303.03.M012 In Stock: Ships next business day
Neon Yellow/Black / XS 906855 FTJ.1303.03.M000 In Stock: Ships next business day

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4.5 / 5.0
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4.5 / 5
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4.2 / 5
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4.2 / 5
Comfort
3.9 / 5
Style
4.3 / 5
Air Flow
4.0 / 5
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Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
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4 / 5
Good jacket at any price, excellent at this price.
I own both the Jaunt T2 and what I would consider its closest competitor, the TourMaster Transition. So, I have a good basis for comparison between somewhat similarly priced jackets.
The Jaunt T2's overall construction is quite good. Stitching seems secure, nothing noticeably sloppy or "cheap" looking. Materials are top quality.
The comfort of this jacket is somewhere between awful and excellent. I know...what??? How can it be both? Well, overall, the jacket wears well. The neck and cuffs are soft and feel great next to the skin. The material isn't overly stiff, and moves well. My complaints, and they are major, are with the armor. First, the way Firstgear installs the armor is to put it inside nylon pounches that are held in with velcro on the inside of the elbows and shoulders. So, if you have the quilted liner removed and are wearing short sleeves, your elbows are rubbing against this pouch (which, itself, closes with velcro so your elbows are rubbing against the velcro stitching on the outside of the pouch). The Transition, by comparison, holds the armor inside the lining of the jacket...nothing irritating against your skin at all. That, though, isn't the worst complaint I have with the armor. The elbow armor is, BY FAR, the stiffest, most irritating armor I've ever suffered with in a jacket. The armor is moulded with a very deep elbow pocket. Comfy in the riding position, but once you straighten your arms it is stiff and just awful. I replaced it with Icon D3O armor, which fits perfectly and is way more comfortable.
The zippers seem to be of good quality and all work well, provided you have both hands available. The vents can be fairly easily openeed with one hand, but I've had no luck closing them with one gloved hand.
The jacket has plenty of pockets, and I greatly appreciate the chest pocket just inside the storm flap, but it is lacking my favorite pocket of all...the pocket on the bottom of the left sleeve. The Transition has the sleeve pocket (as well as one just inside the storm flap). It's a minor thing, I admit, but I love the sleeve pocket. I keep my license, insurance card, and road/bridge toll money in that pocket. Super easy to access without having to open any velcro or zippers to get at the chest pocket.
The collar...well, good and bad. As mentioned before, it's very soft and is high enough to block most of the wind on cool days. Two complaints, though; the adjuster won't hold its position if you have the collar adjusted at all snug. Second, there is no snap or velcro to hold the collar open if you want a little air.
As for size, READ THE SIZE CHART! If you order your normal size, the jacket will almost assuredly be too big. I'm 6'0", 225lb with a 45 inch chest and the size Large fits me well. I'm an XL in most brands, and a XXL in Rev'It. I originally ordered the XL in this jacket and was swimming in it. I had the waist straps cinched down all the way, and it was still loose on me.
You'll note I haven't commented on the "waterproof" nature of the jacket. That's because I never, ever count on a bike jacket to be waterproof, whether it be this $180 Jaunt or a $900 Klim Badlands. There is always a rain suit in my pannier. That said, it'll certainly keep you dry in a light rain or at least long enough to pull over and put your rain gear on.
So, finally, a summary. Good looking jacket, well made, and mostly comfortable. I think this would be plenty of jacket for the vast majority of people most of the time. I'll still wear a mesh jacket in the summer, and you'll want more layers under this in the winter, but it's a very good 3 season jacket.
Personally, I have to admit in all honesty that I prefer the Transition to the Jaunt T2. The armor is light years more comfortable, I prefer the armor retention method, I'm a big fan of the sleeve pocket, it has a snap to secure the collar open, the sizing runs true. I would point out that the Transition is around $45 more expensive, but in my case I spent the savings on more comfortable armor, so I have the same amount invested in both jackets. Bottom line, though, is that the vast majority of people would likely be happy with either of these jackets, and I'm not at all sorry I bought the Jaunt T2.
May 9, 2013
Ride:
2013 BMW R1200GS
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Good fit
I'm 6'6", wife measured the chest at 49", my sleeves are 38". This jacket fit very well for my frame, it has lots of adjustments to tailor fit on arms and around waist and also to move the elbow and shoulder armor. I went for a 100 miles ride today in 90 degree weather and it wasn't bad with the liner moved and the air vents open. I think it will work well in California for our winter weather with the liner in. It was a great value for the price. Very happy with it.
May 3, 2015
Ride:
2009 Kawasaki KLR650
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
3 / 5
Amazing year round jacket
I purchased this jacket to use as a fall/winter/spring jacket, but quickly found that it worked in about every condition I put it in. I have yet to use it in 80+ degree weather, but have only opened the front arm vents once on a 78 degree day and found that I really didn't need them. The jacket has kept me warm all the way down to 25 degrees, but it won't work miracles. You still need pants, gloves, and boots to keep you warm below 35 degrees, but it definitely does its job especially with the liner in.
Pros:
Works great in cool and cold weather when paired with other winter gear
Works great as a warm weather jacket with the liner out
Plenty of storage plus the rabbit pouch holds the liner if you ride in areas where the temp goes from freezing to 80+ in one day
High Vis works great and doesn’t look half bad ( I have even had a few compliments)
Cons:
You can’t really feel the airflow, but that is coming from someone who’s other jacket is a phoenix mesh
The front pockets sometimes get in the way when wearing a full size backpack

Overall, I would recommend this jacket to anyone who isn’t trying to be as low drag as possible and wants a great all season jacket with a good bang for the buck factor.
January 12, 2015
Ride:
2014 Yamaha FZ-09
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Put this jacket threw it's paces
I bought this jacket about a month and a half ago as the first in a total gear update. First I really love the fit, design, and the color (red). It fit well, warm in cold temps, easy to open vents even on the highway, just make sure you pull over to close them. I enjoy the two front pockets. Did some sunny days, single track, rainy days to work. Overall I have been liking the Jaunt 2.

Then I did a 6 hour ride along the Washington-Oregon coast line. 6 hours of riding in showers, and more than a few dumps without a single break. And after 6 hours the only wet spots were around my neck, and my wrists which I contribute to soaked gloves. The only part of me that wasn't soaked (gloves, boots, pants were all water logged) was under the Jaunt 2 Jacket and that honestly blew me away!

I am impressed to say the least.
November 2, 2014
Ride:
2014 Suzuki DR650SE
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Great jacket
I've only worn this jacket a few times now but already I am very impressed. I didn't have to spend a ton of money and it performs really well. Comfortable, adjustable and has really great venting. I like how you can open the shoulder vents and it has a velcro pull tab that you can use to pull it wide open and cinch it down. I was trying to decide between the Kathmandu and the Kilimanjaro but couldn't make up my mind, this one seemed like a perfect combo of the two. Doesn't have the d30 armor but I just upgraded mine and still spent less than I would have with the other two. Plus, it has the chest vents I really like.

The fit is generous and allows you to layer up when conditions call for it.

The collar definitely sits a little high which felt strange at first but I don't even notice it once I'm riding. Maybe when I check before lane changes, but it's no big deal. You can also unzip it a little from the bottom of the jacket to keep it from bunching up when on the bike.

The armor it came with is good (shoulder and elbows) but I upgraded to d30 because it's better and I'm all for better. The back pad is meant to be replaced. I tried the forcefield and while it just barely fit into the pouch it altered how the jacket fit to the point I couldn't deal, so I'm hoping the d30 or the seesoft I just ordered will fit better. They at least look like I can trim it a bit if needed, you can't trim the forcefield. The thickness of the forcefield was part of the issue too, so keep that in mind if you plan to upgrade. (you must)

Overall, I'm super pleased. I bought the high viz and enjoy the confidence I feel that people will see me coming.

I had to buy it elsewhere because I was given a gift card at a competitor for Christmas, but you better bet I would have bought it here if that were not the case. I still wanted to offer my input here if it helps you guys with your decision.
March 31, 2016
Ride:
2015 Kawasaki Versys 650
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Excellent jacket
I am 5'7" 165lbs and a 40" chest. I ordered a Medium jacket but was worried it would be too small. It fits great except for one thing. The neck is too small. It has a movable snap but even in the largest position it is uncomfortable to close it. I may just remove it and add velcro instead. This is not a big enough deal to return it for a Large. With the zipper all the way up, the neck is closed well enough to stay warm. I used it for the first time with the liner in on a 50 degree day and just one layer under that. At slow speeds I was getting toasty so unzipped the two chest vents and quickly cooled down. Once up to speed with no windscreen I needed them closed and it was easily done with gloves on. The zipper pulls are long and easy to find while in motion. I love all the pockets and adjustments and the high viz yellow really stands out. The multiple vents are great and I think with the liner out on a hot day it will be very comfortable with all of them open. I would be hard pressed to fit into this with a thick layer on like a down liner but with a thinner fleece it would be fine. Not sure it would be needed though as I think this will be nice and warm down into the 30's with a windscreen even with just a T-shirt underneath. For the price, I'm not sure you could do much better.
Suzuki DR650
March 8, 2015
Ride:
2007 Suzuki DR650SE
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
3 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Typical example of overthinking a jacket
First let me address the pros of the Jaunt T2:

Size Issue. I found the sizing to be spot on. Some reviewers found this jacket to run at least 1 size too big. I did not find that to be the case. I'm 6'2", 230lbs, 46" chest, 40" waste and 36" arms. I used the sizing chart and ordered an XL Tall and it fits great. Whether the liner is in or out, the fit is very good. Additionally, you can "cinch up" the arms, cuffs and waist which makes it even better once you're under way.

Features: The cinch straps on the arms, cuffs and waist are not just there for looks, they really work and there are more pockets on this jacket than any reasonable person needs. The rear of the jacket is longer than the front and a snap down flap over the zipper helps to keep out the cold air, both features that you would want in a touring jacket. Also, there are at least six vents on the front side to let fresh air in and two more on the back side to let the air out. Pretty impressive at first glance. The zipper flap as well as the neck strap snap easily into place.

Riding Temperatures: First let me say that I ride a Honda VFR1200 so I do not sit behind a windshield but am fully in the air stream. I used this jacket for sustained riding in 50 degree weather, liner installed and nothing but a t-shirt underneath #along with a neck warner and full coverage helmet# and I would recommend that as the lower limit. Of course, if you wear a long sleeve insulated or flannel shirt underneath, you may get away with riding in lower temperatures. Commuting for shorter distances would also not be a problem in lower temps but I tend to ride longer distances so 45-50 degrees is about my limit with this jacket. Around 70 degrees you will want to remove the liner, which by the way is a very nice quilted and cuffed liner, no complaints there. I've not ridden in the rain with this jacket so I cannot address that issue.

Armor: The armor is of good size and has good coverage for the elbows, shoulders and back. Additionally, the elbows and shoulders of the jacket are heavily reinforced with extra heavy fabric.

Cons: This jacket is more complicated than any I've owned and is an example of overthinking just about everything, from the number of pockets, all the air vents or trying to install the liner #which is a job in itself#. The armor used in the jacket is very bulky to say the least, to the point of being annoying. My first thought was to just remove it, but for now it's staying in. Also, and I'm not exaggerating, this has to be the heaviest jacket I've owned in my 40 years of riding. I would guess at least 7-8 pounds, maybe more. The weight, however, is not really noticeable once the jacket is on. Lastly, the air vents when opened cause the jacket to billow up like a balloon.

Summary: For the cost of this jacket you are getting a lot of features and a lot of value. I would definitely recommend it to others who are shopping in this price range, although I probably would not buy it again. I would spend the money and opt for a higher quality, less complicated jacket with better armor. I wish this were a jacket I could just slip in to, zip it up and go, but with the heavy weight, all the zippers, snaps and cinches, along with the bulky armor, it has become annoying, at least for me.
November 7, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
3 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Nice Deal
This is a decent cool weather jacket and a very good deal. The shell is heavy and reinforced in the appropriate areas and has armor on shoulders, elbows, and back, but the back armor could stand to be upgraded. I'm planning on doing that. There doesn't appear to be a direct replacement that is available so I will likely have to trim some armor to fit.

The inner liner zips and snaps in without too much difficulty. The cuffs of the liner have hook and look closure as well as the shell sleeves. You can really get the pressure on your wrists too tight pretty easy.

I haven't had the jacket too long but have traveled in temps from 20 degrees F up to about 75 degrees F with the liner in the jacket and been comfortable for 16 mile (12 highway) commute. I also have the overpants Firstgear makes and they work well with the jacket.

The only real complaint I have with the jacket is that the neck is pretty narrow. I'm 5'10" 200 lbs 44" chest and the large jacket is tight on my neck. Everything else fits fine, but the adjustment for the neck isn't large enough for me.

Still, for the $175 or so I spent for the jacket, I think this is a really good deal. If this were going to be my touring outfit, I think I would have been more picky but for commuting, this is just fine.
March 9, 2015
Ride:
2015 Triumph Tiger 800 XC
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
You get what you paid for...and then some!!!!
First up you are getting a lot of jacket for the money. Keep this in mind and do not expect a top dollar textile because you didn't pay top dollar for it. What you do get is a well fitted quality materiel middle of the road water resistant 4 season with armored jacket. I am 6 foot 3 inches and 225 lbs I have long arms and a long torso and got a xl tall and it fits perfect. Every thing is adjustable to really customize the fit...I got mine in red and I must say it looks very sharp!

The Good: Comfortable, Good zippers, Plenty of pockets, Adjustable fit, Decent venting, Nice looking. the liner is really nice and the cuffs have a separate velcro tightener to seal out the cold air and weather

The Bad: A bit to much velcro in key areas that "might" wear out over time, Back protector is flimsy I highly recommend buying a upgrade ASAP, would like to see more rubber seals on the zippers, the main cuffs of the Jacket can bunch up a bit if you want a tight fit

The Ugly: the neck snap button combo has a adjustment that really does not work it slips forward if you get it anywhere near tight.
September 27, 2012
Ride:
2002 Honda CB900F 919
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Definitely waterproof and warm
We rode through cold (43-50 degrees) rain for 90 minutes with no problem. The jacket kept us warm and dry. It has ample storage space due to its many pockets. I like how there is a pocket outside the zipper but inside the flap for easy access to your important stuff like a wallet. Removable liner with rear storage area for it make this a very usable and adaptable jacket. Wife also bought one for her because there are not many jackets for women that has these features at this price-point. Get one. You won't be disappointed.
January 12, 2015
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Why did you choose this?
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Quality, comfort, style - you can't beat Firstgear products!
Dave B on Sep 25, 2016
Firstgear has been my jacket of choice for 15 years. Always a quality product.
Labbie on May 16, 2016
Quality, comfort, style - you can't beat Firstgear products!
Dave B on Sep 25, 2016
Quality and features.
Richard B on Aug 10, 2016
Firstgear has been my jacket of choice for 15 years. Always a quality product.
Labbie on May 16, 2016
Price and options of this jacket seemed what I am looking for.
skip71 on May 15, 2016
cold and rain. excellent adjustments and venting when wanted. still leaks a little water though.
Nathan O on Mar 24, 2016
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EMMANUEL R on Mar 5, 2016
Wanted for a while got 15% off
Dennis B on Nov 22, 2015
Came in tall size and was a good value!
Lane C on Nov 13, 2015
Liked the features for the price point. Video was helpful, know of others who are satisfied with First Gear products.
SPonHD on Oct 28, 2015
Needed hi viz jacket with protection at right price
Clinton C on Sep 29, 2015
I use this jacket for winter riding. It is well worth its money. Very warm and comfortable.
Jorge M on Jun 4, 2015
Great features, lots of vents and pockets and great price. I also like the high vis yellow and the good looks of the jacket.
Kelly R on May 8, 2015
Needed protect and warmth for riding through the winter. FIrstgear offers the features I wanted and a reasonable price.
Brian W on Apr 18, 2015
Inexpensive and already had some Firstgear pants.
Chris H on Mar 12, 2015
Bought this coat after looking over choices vs. features, quality and price range. I was influenced after watching Revzilla video review and price!
T E on Jan 2, 2015
Saw it a local motorcycle store. Revzilla price was better.
John E on Dec 21, 2014
fit and finish of the Jacket
Alan B on Dec 18, 2014
Price and quality
Randy C on Jul 5, 2014
your video made choosing easy, keep up the good work
b820t on Apr 24, 2014
Great jacket,a ton of features for under $200!!
artburg on Mar 20, 2014
Great Price, looks great, tons of positive reviews.
P A on Jan 21, 2014
Sale price is good. Video did good job describing.
Robert D on Jan 14, 2014
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.
Roy G on Dec 30, 2013
Road trip on November 1st and need something warm and Visible. Easy time I ordered from here it was fast and sure!
William C on Oct 19, 2013
This jacket comes in Tall sizes and high visibility yellow, something I have been looking for a long time.
Edward M B on Oct 1, 2013
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.
Jonathan B on Sep 2, 2013
Quality and features.
Richard B on Aug 10, 2016
Price and options of this jacket seemed what I am looking for.
skip71 on May 15, 2016
Any recommendations on an upgraded back protector? What fits the stock pocket in the back?
A S on Aug 10, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I have this jacket in size medium. I upgraded the back protector to a Forcefield Backpad Insert Pro, in size 002. It's tight, but it fits.
I am a 43" chest, 37" waist (belly), and 34" arm length. By the table, I would guess I fall under the L size, but after seeing videos and also hearing of the Jaunt line running large, would a medium be more suitable? Thanks
A shopper on Aug 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I might be coming in too late to answer this. I'm about the same size, got the large. Good fit with plenty of room for my growing beer belly.
Would you recommend this jacket for someone who lives in Arizona? I'm not too worried until the temps hit the 90's
A shopper on Mar 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 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.
Is there a place to store the liner?
A shopper on Nov 11, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Not really. You can try to cram it into a pocket, but the bulge will look stupid and will make it hard to bend at the waist.
Is the front zipper a double slider ?
Ken K on Mar 12, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.
Will this jacket connect to the HT overpayments via zipper?
Donald S B on Jan 3, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Donald, the zipper fits the HT Overpants and HT Air Over Pant.
Is the First Gear Jaunt a waist length or 3/4 length?
A shopper on Sep 30, 2012
BEST ANSWER: We consider the Firstgear Jaunt T2 to be closer to a 3/4 length jacket.
I have this jacket, and it was great until I hit my first real downpour. With the liner out, both arms leaked considerably at the upper arm zipper. So the question is this: Is the jacket only waterproof with the liner in? When I finished the ride and lowered my arms, the water just poured out. Had I risen my arms instead, all the water would have gone right down my sides.
Thomas D on Jul 14, 2015
Does this jacket have direct vents (through the waterproof liner)? Also does anyone know what year this model is?
A shopper on Mar 13, 2015