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Tourmaster Flex Series 3 Jacket

Features:

  • Converts easily from a 600 denier Carbolex® Jacket to an Armor- Link mesh jacket and vice-versa
  • Water-resistant outer jacket incorporates waterproof zippered sleeve vents
  • 360º Phoslite® reflective piping and Tour Master’s signature reflective rear triangle help  increase nighttime visibility
  • Soft, durable microfiber-lined collar and cuff
  • Adjustable sleeve takeup straps to secure elbow armor and material
  • Removable, CE approved armor at the elbows and shoulders with an articulated triple density back protector 
  • Tour Master’s Z.O.Q. (Zip-Out Quilted) Liner features warming 100gm polyfill insulation
  • Zippered hand pockets, internal pouch pocket and mobile media pocket
  • Adjustable waist belts with TPR pulls help to fine tune the fit
  • Includes a jacket/pant zipper attachment with the pant side included
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Tour Master Flex 3 Jacket 4.5 5 13 13
Great for hot weather! I have had this jacket (the Silver/Gunmetal color) for about 2 months now with the corresponding pants and riding through the Mojave desert has been "a breeze." Unless you have some sort of active cooling out here it is going to be blazing hot, but at least with the Tour Master Flex 3 your personal internal cooling system (sweat glands) are allowed to work properly. I will ride with other guys who have textile jackets with vents but nothing compares to the wind flowing straight through the jacket. After rides they will be completely soaked and exhausted while I feel fine. Unfortunately it is not the most stylish of attire but it does do a good job of keeping you cool. I have not had (nor do I hope to have) the opportunity to test out its safety features but it does feel of sturdy construction. Another thing to note, this is the only color that matches the silver pants. Finally, I have not taken it through a winter so I cannot comment on the jackets warmth but I have ridden in about 50 deg F with only the internal liner in and that was enough to keep me warm. September 2, 2014
an improvement over the Flex 2 jacket After a "get off" with my Flex 2 jacket, I replaced it with the Flex 3. The Flex 3 adds an easy to open exhaust vent in the upper back to allow the air to flow through the jacket. The front air scoops work great, but my Flex 2 jacket inflated with the vents open. The Flex 3 flows very well. Nice jacket for a cool day. The mesh inner jacket is very similar to the Flex 2 jacket, but with what appears to be a better zipper system. for airflow, you can't beat the Flex 2 or 3. The jacket fits very well, and it appears to be more rugged than the Flex 2. The Flex 2 did do a fine job of protecting me on my low speed "get off," without coming apart, so I felt comfortable going with the flex 3. Good protection, improved zipper and venting system, and a reasonable price. I like the look of the mix of red and black better than the older version as well. March 17, 2014
Versatile Gear I purchased this jacket with the hopes of some 3.5 season gear for the Chihuahuan Desert. This jacket has succeeded at that, atleast through the winter months in the desert. The mesh liner is extremely light, but still provides protection where needed. The outer waterproof liner does its job...to date I have had no need for the second liner. The lowest temperature I have ridden in the jacket was 28 degrees for about 35miles at 80MPH in just the waterproof and mesh liners. I will be looking for some nice winter gloves this summer to prepare for next year. Fit: If your tall and skinny, decide what is more important, snug fit in the chest...or sleeve length. I went with a happy medium, sleeves were about 1-2" shorter than my measurements, and chest was about 8" larger than my measurements. Even with the extra room in the chest, the jacket sits nice at highway speeds. February 24, 2014
Purchased this as a replacement for an older Flex 2 jacket. This jacket fits true to size and seems to have more features than the older version. With the outer shell installed I can ride comfortably down to 15 F. The sleeves are a bit bulky near the cuff and make it slightly difficult to pull on guantlet style gloves. I haven't worn it in the rain yet but if it is similar to the Flex 2, I might want to add some Camp Dry or Scotch Guard to the outer shell for heavy rain conditions. Otherwise I expect it to perform well, for most riding conditions up to heavy all day down pours. I had trouble with the zipper pulls on the series 2 and it appears the series 3 is using the same style zippers. Time will tell. All in all I really like this jacket for its' versatility. I can leave home here in the mountains warm and when I get to Phoenix it's easy to strip off the outer shell and ditch the liner and still be protected. Most of my cruiser freinds think it's over kill, but hey, it's my skin. January 13, 2014
Great Jacket Very versatile jacket. I've worn it at 60 F and down to 40 F both occasions with the liner and shell in place. I found it comfortable all around for short distance city riding. The fit is snug with two additional layers on top of what the jacket offers but not uncomfortable for me, I'm average build 5'!0/ 180 with a 36 inch waist. I'd like a little more reflectivity on the back for night riding post daylight savings time. I wouldn't call this a true winter jacket but for city riding and 3+ season commuting I think it fits the bill very well. November 5, 2013
Pleasantly surprised I bought this looking for a lighter color mesh jacket for warm days but what I got was a great 3+ season jacket. The quality was much higher than the JR gear I was wearing. Everything feels softer, smoother and more durable. The zippers and velcro operate better and don't jam up or stick to random things. The outer shell blocks wind nicely and holds up nicely to light rain. I doubt it'll do well in a downpour. One nice thing about the outer shell is it doesn't add to the bulk of the jacket or effect the fit. The panels and liner roll up into a lightweight bundle which isn't too much hassle to drop in a saddlebag and are all you'll need from 30 to 90F September 16, 2013
Great Jacket for multi-weather areas! I live in Manitoba, Canada where we see cold to cool to hot and sometimes very hot and back down to cold so to be able to have a jacket that does it all is money. The mesh middle jacket allows great airflow and is very light with comfortable padding. The outer layer keeps the water out very well and also is a great windbreaker. Putting it all together or taking it all apart is a bit time consuming but really a minor detail. It fits quite large-I normally wear size medium or small (on one or two occasions) for jackets. I had to go for extra small in this one and the fit is great. Recommended! September 6, 2013
Great price I shopped around and could not find the Series 3 cheapper anywhere. It is comfortable and fits snuff. The jacket does not flop around while riding. May 27, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Michael B: Reviewed very highly. Jacket is extremely flexible with respect to riding conditions - one jacket for all temperatures. Sep 5, 2014
J E: After review of other coats and watching the Zevzilla videos I felt this was a good jacket for me. Jul 24, 2014
Micheal M: Light weight and listed as three season, which means in the chihuahuan desert I can get 4 seasons out of it. Jul 15, 2014
Jeff H: I have a Flex 2 and love it. My only complaint about the jacket was that the zipper system to detach the shell was overly complicated and could be a pain to reattach the shell when cooler weather set in. Also, the quilted liner could only be used in conjunction with the waterproof liner. The new Flex 3 has eliminated these issues completely. For the price, it absolutely kills anything else out there. May 30, 2014
Michael W: My first jacket was the Tourmaster Sonora Air. The same day I picked up my bike, I was cut off by a car and ended up laying it down trying to avoid oncoming traffic. The jacket took a beating, but I walked away without so much as a scratch. I think I'll always look to Tourmaster first for my jackets. May 29, 2014
Seth B: Nice fitting jacket for me, good quality, 4 seasons, great price! May 4, 2014
Darryl M: Best system for two jackets in one Dec 26, 2013
Bonnie N: I was looking for a jacket that would serve me through all the seasons I wanted to ride. This was recommended by the staff at RevZilla. I have been very pleased with this. The main jacket is mesh and feels like nothing in the Summer. The outer shell turns wind and water and carried me well into the fall. Winter saw the liner and some layers. But even in 40(F) with driving rain, I was dry and comfortable. Nov 5, 2013
Michael K: Light color, good fit, tour master quality. Aug 28, 2013
A shopper asked: I am a medium Jacket for this model. Tried it on already. Question, would you get this Jacket or the Teknic Freeway HP Jacket? IF the Teknic, what size is comparable to the Tour Master Flex? Color is also on my list. Black or Black and Red. My bike is red and I do what to stand out and be seen by other motorists. Black seems to blend in more. Thoughts on the color.

Johnny
Sep 30, 2013
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Michael K: Can't help you with the Teknic jacket but I can tell you that studies show that if you want to be seen, White is the color to wear. It stands out in traffic better than any other followed by the hivis yellows and greens.

In my opinion red is only slightly better than black as red color eyesight deficiency is common...

Do a test. Watch cars approach from the front and try and pick out what color they are. As they pass see if you were right. Take note of the ones that you're consistently correct on. Most find that it's the lightest colors that stand out.
Sep 30, 2013
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Craig M: Can't answer about Teknic. I choose Grey, size is accurate. I love the jacket, don't understand why it is not a HUGE seller! Take the outer layer off, is a great summer mesh. Cool evening? Put it back over but don't even zip it, takes 30 seconds. Cooler temp's? Zip it up. Cold? Add the inside liner. I ride up to snow on the ground (in the teens) and pull the bike out as soon as the salt washes off the roads. The best type of jacket for three seasons! Sep 30, 2013
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Kenneth F: I can only address the flex jacket. However, my experience with the flex has been excellent so far. Keeps me dry in wet weather. Reasonably cool in hot weather.

All zippers required to convert from weatherproof to mesh, to say the least , is cumbersome.

There is not enough neck protection for the jacket alone to protect from cold weather.

That said, it's becoming my favorite jacket.

Sep 30, 2013
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john g: this is my second toumaster I have black bikes and red bikes.The sizes seem to run true.Il ove the tourmaster products .this one I got in gun metal just so it might be a little cooler for the summer and it is. hope this helps Oct 2, 2013
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A shopper asked: If I read correctly, the outer jacket and be removed leaving a mesh type jacket including the armor and then there is the ZOQ layer. I'm looking for a jacket that will work from the 30s-90s, especially the 90s+ and need plenty of ventilation in the summer, but need the other layers in the cooler mornings and in the winter. Is there another Tourmaster jacket that would be better in meeting these needs either in regular or 3/4 length? Jun 24, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, you are reading the description correctly. The water-resistant solid-textile shell can be shed to reveal a mesh jacket making this a good solution for multiple seasons and light rain. You may want to also look at the Joe Rocket Alter Ego 3.0 Jacket as it is the same concept as the Flex Series 3 but has an actual waterproof shell and adds a thermal vest liner for greater warmth in cooler weather. For the colder temperatures, it would likely be prudent to also wear a thermal base layer for added warmth. Jun 27, 2012
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Daniel M: The Latitude is a one piece jacket. The liner does not come out. Venting is good for a waterproof shell. Closing the vents and adding a fleece under the jacket on cold mornings will be plenty.
Other jackets have more venting but require zipping in a waterproof liner for rain.
Jun 25, 2012
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MarkDY: This jacket in mesh mode is like riding in a t-shirt. Jul 2, 2012
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A shopper asked: Why is this jacket not offered in Hi-Viz and will it ever be. Oct 21, 2011
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Dougo: Just my 2 cents:
I bought this jacket in black and grey. And it is awesome.

The sleeves have two reflective stripes which create a very shiny beacon.

Research has proven that jacket color is not really a factor in reducing accidents. The helmet color is the main difference. It should be white first than hi viz yellow. Look at what cops wear, white helmets and dark uniform with reflective stripes.
Nov 9, 2011
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Chris K: I'm not sure why Tour Master chose not to make this in a High-Viz, however, sometimes manufacturers will come out with that colorway the season after a product release. We'll have to see what they have to offer in 2012! Oct 24, 2011
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