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Whether it’s a backroads outing or a cross-country riding, prepare yourself for adventure with the Terra Trek II Jacket. The Terra Trek is loaded with plenty of high-end features; such as durable 600D nylon outer shell construction and a HYDRAGuard durable waterproof membrane. Regardless of your route, the Terra Trek jacket is ready for all conditions.
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I have owned this jacket for almost a year now and absolutly fell in love with it when at the dealership i bought it from. Nice full liner, nice portection, nice everything. On my first ride with it it felt amazing and it still does almost a year later. The first time it rained it protected well. The second rain however, it failed to block out the rain at the zipper and i managed to get a wet strip down my shirt. Then the colar started to scratch my neck so I tore off the velcro and put the extra snap button provided there and problem solved. Now the buttons on the arms are starting to tear through the textile from me adjusting tightness from summer to colder riding. I guess i will not adjust the fit to make the jacket last longer.In the fall i decided it needed a wash and waterproofing since the water was soaking in. I hand washed it and added a waterproofing agent and it was new again. At this point the "velcro" is completly failed on the cuffs zipper flap (where adjustment is needed daily). The stiching is still there but the "hook and loop" they used isn't, its falling apart. Overall i do like the jacket but at the $190 i spent at a local dealership for a namebrand jacket, i think it needs more attention to detail. I will say the waterproof membrane is truly waterproof. If not for the zipper area the entire jacket would be 100% waterproof.
December 29, 2012
Overall good motorcycle jacket
Good jacket for 3-4 seasons
Jackets pretty comfortable, breathable, perfect size
For me, 4 pockets in front are really unnecessary.
They could've just made to regular pockets where you an put your hands in.
Size is perfect everywhere just that you can't really wear a watch with out having a hard time taking it off unless you take off the inside of the jacket.
But yea I feel safe with it on.
Good for my first.
December 1, 2012
This is a good lucking functional jacket for the price. It is not the equivalent in design or build quality to more expensive jackets, but it is very serviceable in this price range and does not look cheap. For me the deal breaker was that the shoulder vents do not vent through to your skin though. I chose the Firstgear Kilamanjaro for its greater flexibilty across a wide range of temperatures..
August 31, 2012
Great 3 to 4 season jacket!!
I was really impressed with the features available in this budget jacket. It is high quality, has tons of storage, can be used 3 season and maybe 4 if you can stand the heat.
My only issues are that the sizing runs a bit big and that it could use more venting, like maybe some chest vents.
This is my first riding jacket ever, no I have no idea how it compares to others, but I do know a quality product when I see one and for the money, this is a great jacket!!
August 8, 2012
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SkychsVa:So far I have worn the Badlands Jacket up to 90* F without any issues. The air flow is better than I expected and I was surprised how well it vented off the bike. With the use of the lumbar belt the jacket stayed in place very well. (It didn't ride up my torso.)May 27, 2012
jimmy w:I choose not to ride with it in hot weather. The waterproof liner sticks to my skin and the vents make a balloon like feeling of the jacket especially at highway speeds. But it is possible to use in the +80 degree weather...Dec 29, 2012
JimInKC:You could wear it in 80+ degree weather, but I would have a hydration bladder on the bike or make frequent stops for cooling off. It is only vented by two large shoulder vents and gets kinda warm on hot days.Aug 8, 2012
RevZilla:Yes, this jacket should be fine to ride in 80+ degrees conditions as long as you remove the liner and open the vents. However, it might be a bit too hot for 90+ degrees weather conditions.May 31, 2012