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Tour Master Intake Air Series 3 Jacket

Features:

  • Armor-Link mesh material and 600 Denier Carbolex combine with 1680 Denier ballistic polyester in the impact areas  
  • Comfortable, mandarin-style collar 
  • 360º Phoslite reflective piping and Tour Master’s signature reflective rear triangle help increase nighttime visibility 
  • The microfiber lined collar and cuffs are soft yet durable 
  • Adjustable, elastic and snap sleeve takeup straps at the forearm and bicep help secure elbow armor and material 
  • Removable, CE-approved armor at the elbow and shoulder with an articulated triple-density back protector 
  • Aqua-Therm two-stage waterproof and insulated liner can be configured or removed to best match comfort needs 
  • Zippered chest map pocket, hand warmer pockets, internal pouch pocket and mobile media pocket 
  • Adjustable waist belts, with TPR pulls help fine tune the fit 
  • Includes a jacket/pant zipper attachment with the pant side zipper included 
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Tour Master Intake Air 3 Jacket 4.6 5 245 245
Great jacket for multiple situations Just started riding a few month ago, and this jacket was one of the first things I purchased. Its very comfortable and has multiple liners so that you can adjust to the weather. Its pretty warm in the summer (85+ degrees) but once you get going the outstanding airflow keeps you cool. Has very nice reflective piping so its highly visible at night. A lot of pockets make it great for carrying all your gear. Nice armor in the shoulder. Shipping was great and fast. Thanks Revilla! All that, and the jacket looks great! I highly recommend. August 24, 2015
very nice jacket for the price good air flow on a hot day, good warmth on a cold day August 19, 2015
Bargain for the price The good: Liners in; Warm when it's cool, liners out; cool when it's warm. Looks sharp, at 6' 2" 205 the XL fit nicely. The color coded snaps expedite reattaching the liner. The bad: Lots of care needed when zipping any of the zippers. They easily get caught in it's own fabric and is a bear to get unstuck. The rev Zilla email requesting a review on these (I bought the Venture air pant at the same time) was very timely. Yesterday I rode a 300 mile loop though Northern California. Redding - Red Bluff - Susanville - Southern Eagle Lake - Shingletown - Redding. The low was 52 (according to the digital clock/thermometer) in Mineral and a high of 105 in Redding upon my return. I started with liners in. At the low temps it got pretty nippy. I think that's because my gloves were nothing more than a short cuff, leather path. The cold air went right up my sleeve but it was very tolerable. At Eagle lake I removed the jacket liner and what a difference in air flow!!. The mesh created at turbulence inside the jacket that cooled me off very nicely. The pants not so much. As I enter the Northern Valley of CA I hit a 105 temp heat wall. Even with the turbulating air in the jacket I was still sweating. Since to upgrade to the next comparable jacket is over double the price I'm very happy with my purchase. Rides: 2014 Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Nomad August 17, 2015
Not a summer jacket The jacket is well made. it has a water proof liner as well as a cold weather liner. I use it without any liners and the jacket is very warm. Above 80 degrees it is actually hot. The airflow could be better. I also own the Sonora by Tourmaster and the Sonora has much better airflow. The Intake Air 3 is better for cooler days. August 17, 2015
Great Summer jacket. I just got this in July so I have only worn it in the summer with the liners out and it has amazing air flow. I am 6'3 170 with Orangutan arms, a Large gives me a little extra on my arms and its perfect fit for my chest. I got it on close out and with my RevZilla cash I got it for 129.99. At the Honda dealer it was 214.79 with tax August 17, 2015
Very good summer jacket This turned out to be just what I needed for my summer riding, where temps over 90 and high humidity are common. The jacket is very comfortable with great airflow. I've ridden in it up to about 95 degrees and was very comfortable (except when stopped where you cook wearing anything). I was glad to have some decent protection in the summer months. August 14, 2015
Great bang for the buck Waited about 10 months to write this review.... I cannot say enough positives about this jacket. I am a first time motorcycle owner, so when it came time to buying my first helmet/jacket/gloves/boots I didn't want to break the bank. After some thorough research, I went with this jacket and it has been one of my best gear purchases ever. Since I have purchased this particular jacket, I have purchased other jackets from REV'IT and Icon, and spent more money on those two jackets, but I always seem to come back to the Tour Master Intake 3. It does it all. In the wintertime with the insert installed, it does a great job blocking the cold. And in the summertime with the insert out, it flows a TON of air. If I had a negative, it would be the neck portion. I wish it came up a little further to protect the area. But that's a small complaint. Also, the spine "pad" wouldn't help much in an accident I'm sure. I wish they'd have some CE armor there. Overall, I have been very, very pleased with this jacket. August 13, 2015
Extremely Versatile Jacket I ordered this jacket as I have been wearing a multi-layer textile jacket which worked perfectly for most of my needs until summer actually arrived here in New England. I was in need of a jacket that could perform in a wide range of temperatures from when I head to work at 6:00AM to the midday heat. This jacket does it all. While wearing all layers, I'd say that I would wear this jacket into the lower 50's Fahrenheit with a long sleeve shirt under it. The rain layer does a great job of cutting the wind for colder times and honestly this will likely be the most common use of the rain layer for me. With all layers installed, the jacket is a bit bulky but that is not a complaint. It actually feels very comfortable. One of my favorite features is the ability to run all three layers, just the shell and even the shell combined with either the rain layer or thermal layer. The most common configuration for me is wearing the thermal layer along with the shell. It feels about as warm as my textile jacket without inner layers installed but a bit more comfortable. The thermal layer is a very nice material that certainly adds comfort to the jacket. The sleeves of the jacket are very long but this allows for the sleeve to be "wrapped" around the cuff of your gloves. I wear a gauntlet style glove currently and the jacket fits perfectly over the gauntlet and securely with the Velcro adjustment. Overall, I would order this jacket again in a heartbeat and if this was no longer available, it would be the next iteration or another Tourmaster product. I can wear this jacket from 50 degrees Farenheit and up with all the different configurations. August 12, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Daniel W: Features, price and many detailed reviews of the jacket on the Revzilla site,mos of them very positive. Aug 25, 2015
DENNIS G: I bought this for hot weather riding. It has a great style, fits great, has many sizing adjustments, plenty of pockets, and a great liner for when the weather cools. I am very happy with this purchase. Aug 25, 2015
Tony M: Just a great all around use jacket that suits my riding needs perfectly. It will serve me year round, and has a perfect balance of fit, function, and form. Love the 360* reflective piping as well. And how can you beat it for $125 with my RevZilla cash! Get one, nefore they are all gone. Keep the rubber side down, and the shiny side up... Aug 22, 2015
Bob R: 3 season functionality and waterproof Aug 10, 2015
Roberto V: Tour master quality and fit. Aug 7, 2015
glen c: I have a Air 2 jacket that I enjoy bought this for my brother Aug 7, 2015
maciek k: Low price.two liners and i like this style Aug 3, 2015
Todd E: read the review - listened to the video. Just needed some summer/hot weather protection. Jul 24, 2015
Michael L: Tourmaster makes a quality product for a fair price. Jul 13, 2015
Brian S: Wanted an inexpensive, lightweight summer jacket. Jul 10, 2015
John F: I have another Tour Master jacket that I really like but it's too hot for summer riding. Figure this would be nice also. Jul 6, 2015
KEITH I: Great jacket. Fits me perfectly, venting is great, does not flap around in the wind and looks awesome. Jul 5, 2015
Mark M: This jacket got glowing reviews by many people, and it has been popular for a long time. Glad I got it, I really like it. Jul 3, 2015
don g: Features and layers and safety Jul 1, 2015
J M: This was a long time coming as I needed a mesh jacket and I have had Tour Master in the past (and present) and think their products are first class. Jun 28, 2015
Anthony A: Tour Master is proven equipment. I have the Tour Master Cortech GX Air jacket and pants, they are ~15 years old, and the suit is starting to show signs of wear. Jun 27, 2015
Thaddeus B: The best price on the net. Jun 27, 2015
wallace g: I luv this jacket. Looks good. I got black and silver to match my helmet and bike color. Versatile (3 seasons) Water proof liner, chilly weather liner, remove all for summertime riding to stay cool. Fit and finish is great. I'm a big man, 6-3 & 3 Bills. Very comfy and roomy fit. Tour Master is a quality product. First jacket that is not a Joe Rocket and am very pleased. Jun 22, 2015
James S: I've been looking at a summer jacket for awhile. This was one of several I was looking at. I bought mainly cause of sale, I've seen a few in action and while not the nicest looking, it looks functional which I like. I currently drive a cruiser, so won't look as cool as when I wear my leather jacket, but I suspect I'll ride more in the hot Central Florida heat and humidity. Time will tell, I'll report back at the end of the summer. Jun 20, 2015
KERRY C: I liked the cut. It appears to fit regular shaped people. Jun 20, 2015
" ": Recommended by a coworker. I borrowed his for a short ride and was very impressed. Jun 19, 2015
B R: I like the styling, the color and the price and I need a summer time jacket that provides me with safety and comfort. Jun 14, 2015
Joseph B: unbelievable price for a jacket that will get me through those cold 40 and 50 temps and those hot 100 days. Jun 10, 2015
R O: Choose this over the air intake 4 and joe rocket phoenix ion due to full insulated liner as well as pricing Jun 9, 2015
kyle b: Its what a friend of mine wanted for his birthday. That's what riding friends do hint hint. Jun 2, 2015
AJ S: body protection for riding May 26, 2015
paul c: i wanted a lightweight riding jacket that is cool and has protection built in for summer riding May 25, 2015
Patrick A: good closeout price. May 21, 2015
David S: Very good Quality Jacket with all the features I wanted at a very good price. You could spend a lot more and not get this quality garment. I had some concerns about fitment. I did in fact order a large after watching the videos. It was very loose with out the inserts. The medium I have fits very nice and is just right with both inserts installed. Again very impressed with the quality of the build. I'm 6ft 200lbs with a 44inch chest, the medium fit right. May 18, 2015
Jack B: Features and price. May 12, 2015
Randell P: friend bought one, thought I would try it. May 9, 2015
Stewart G: price and can shop from home May 8, 2015
Reginald P: Price, protection, style, ventilation, visibility May 8, 2015
reynold v: Price, features, style, and color. May 8, 2015
Ellery Q: For warm weather riding. I wonder if they make intake air over pants. May 7, 2015
Keith P: looking for an all seaons type riding jacket May 7, 2015
Joshua C: My brother has one, and it fits me well. I returned a Joe Rocket Sonic 2.0 because I found out that I don't like the fit of leather as well as mesh being a taller guy. Apr 29, 2015
stephan b: Needed a summer jacket with lots of air flow. Apr 27, 2015
Steve m: good reviews and good price Apr 27, 2015
Thelma B: This was purchased as a gift for a friend. This was a great purchase. Everything it should be. Apr 26, 2015
Angelo C: good summer jack for the price Apr 25, 2015
Phillip B: Positive reviews and Revzilla price + Teamzilla Cash = a good deal on a quality jacket! Apr 23, 2015
Mike W: Name, reduced price, look Apr 20, 2015
Kenneth B: A good friend with whom I ride long distances has a Tourmaster Air 3 jacket and I admired it. When I saw the closeout special on the Revzilla website, I thought it was a good deal for a product I had wanted to try. Apr 20, 2015
burt t: short jacket, mesh, 2 liners Apr 17, 2015
John B: Previous Tourmaster jacket. Great quality. Apr 17, 2015
John k: It has the removable liner for summer riding, the Tour master 2 does not. Apr 16, 2015
Scott S: I am tired of roasting through mid summer in my "all season" jacket, which has vents to open but just aren't enough. Apr 16, 2015
Gerry N: I needed the airflow for SE Texas summers, they haven't disappointed. Apr 14, 2015
Maria T: It was recommended by a friend and after comparing several other option. The Tour Master Intake Air 3 seemed the best option. This is a gift for my husband who rides a cruiser in Florida. Apr 11, 2015
Keith W: Very Cool! When Moving, it can be 100 and it's not too much. Gives a lot of security with the armor. Mar 16, 2015
Lisa D: It is a birthday present for my brother. He chose the jacket. Mar 8, 2015
Margaret C: My husband was on his bike today and another driver pulled out in front of him. He has a beautiful blue Gold Wing; you would think it would be pretty easy to see. I'm ordering the Tour Mast Hi-Vis jacket to make him more visible on the road. Mar 7, 2015
Mike C: Current owner. Wanted different color Mar 7, 2015
E W: I ordered this jacket because of the versatility. Mesh shell, waterproof liner, thermal liner, and able to use the liners together or separate. This combination enables me to have one jacket for multiple seasons. Feb 28, 2015
Matthew B: Very versatile jacket with CE protection. Feb 20, 2015
barry g: Good quality reasonably priced full featured jacket for hot weather riding Feb 18, 2015
robert l: Style Color. Extensive review. Good video. Jan 17, 2015
Mark A: Your video analysis and American fit. It is highly rated and seems to be a quality item Dec 31, 2014
Richard H: Tried it on at a local Motorcycle shop. Dec 26, 2014
Stephen K: good reviews and good value for all the features Dec 13, 2014
Michael H: Just moved to Texas and wanted something that had great ventilation for the summers here. Dec 1, 2014
Joseph S: Needed/wanted a mesh jacket in light colors. I find Tour Master and Cortech fit me. Nov 24, 2014
Dennis J: waterproof & all weather jacket Nov 22, 2014
herman h: Style. Nov 4, 2014
Vicki B: Purchased for my son, this is the one he wanted after researching!! Nov 3, 2014
Bryan S: The videos on this site are amazing; I cannot believe how many there are. GREAT talent! The selection on this site is better than all other motorcycle websites. The site design is the best I've ever seen. If this jacket fits me, I'll be singing the praises of RevZilla for a long time and will be a long-term customer. Oct 25, 2014
Howard B: Same purchase reason as buying the pants, cool in summer add the wind break liner for spring and fall as needed and the third layer insulation for winter. very comfortable. Not waterproof and doesn't claim to be. I have rain gear for that. Oct 13, 2014
clancey s: Tour master saved me so many broken bones and so much road rash, I have field tested this jacket because I was hit going 65mph and I slid down the road and there was no road rash where I had the jacket on. This is an awesome product which is so versatile and yet not compromising safety. Sep 16, 2014
Stephen B: Versatile jacket, great for three season riding. Sep 6, 2014
John H: CE Rated Armor, Waterproof, Flows a lot of air, and good price. I've since found out that when it gets wet, its VERY HEAVY, and it's almost impossible to take off the pants and jacket without getting your socks wet. As such, I'll probably get an external rain suit, but I still like the waterproof liner. It stops the wind in cooler weather, and that will allow me to ride in much colder weather than my old jacket with just a thermal liner. Sep 5, 2014
richard p: Reviews by other riders. I am not an athletic fit kind of guy and I ride a Goldwing so was looking for a little less styling than you get with some of the other brands. Chose this over the Cortech GX3 Air because of reviews and price. $150 that's a deal. Aug 25, 2014
Dane J: Bang for the buck, features, style, recommended Aug 24, 2014
Jeff S: Good reputation, and I tried on an Intake Air 2 last year in another m/c store and liked the fit/quality of it. Aug 24, 2014
smbrooks: General reputation of Tourmaster, it's a little more subtle style than many other mesh jackets and the price seems fair for all the features. Aug 18, 2014
George L: On sale with AWESOME reviews! Aug 15, 2014
William B: I've had a tour master 3/4 length textile jacket for about 12+ years and a full perf vanson. Wanted to get one versitile jacket for most of the riding I do..which was adventure touring to now touring on a full faired bike. Aug 13, 2014
David J: price, flexibility, features Aug 8, 2014
Brian W: It looks like a very well built jacket. I liked the web site set up with the options for ordering. The reviews also were helpful. Aug 5, 2014
Kermit J: Air flow mesh, need the flow for being in the hot San Joaquin valley. Need the liners for riding the coast. Aug 4, 2014
Mark N: I choose this product because of all the features. I also picked because of the colors. You want to be seen. Safety. Jul 18, 2014
Patrick L: I've been looking for a lighter jacket for weather over 80 degrees. This one fits the bill.
I took it out yesterday for a warm ride and it worked well. The liner and wind break liners are
a plus. Well made. Thanks
Jul 11, 2014
Michael B: Tried this jacket on at a local store and loved it. However, they only had black and it was much less expensive at Revzilla. I was not able to find any other jacket that fit right for me, and provided muti-season capabilities for the price. It's nice and light without the liners so it should be good in the NC heat. Add the liners and it should get me through most of the year. Jul 1, 2014
Abdulla A: Bit of an impulse buy, saw it in Revzilla's news letter(which I usually don't check!) decent price, mesh all over but it's 600 denier which should make it strong, 1680 denier in the elbows and shoulders caught my attention, and the liner means I'll be able to use it year round, awesome! Thinking that I may should have gotten the red instead of the Hi-vis since I just found out that Hi-vis fades quicker, but time will tell. Also, lots of reflective piping, which are my new obsession! Jun 26, 2014
STEPHEN G: have another tourmaster jacket. needed one for warmer weather Jun 24, 2014
Troy T: Had a good experience with Tour Master already so I thought I'd get another one in mesh for the hotter days. Jun 23, 2014
Brian S: Nice styling in a lightweight jacket Jun 23, 2014
William S: It's great having a jacket with two different liners - one for rain/wind and the other for cooler temps. This is a weighty jacket, but I have been very happy in it's all-season capability. Jun 19, 2014
Luis J: I got one already diffrent color, and it is the best summer jacket you can have Jun 16, 2014
Cristino M: I have the Tour Master Transition 3 and love the fit. Just make sure to wear their gear your daily gear so you can identify any problems and get the warranty service work done. Tour Master will cover the jacket for a year. Jun 10, 2014
James D: I tried on numerous jackets, and I kept returning to this jacket. It is the quality I was looking for, and the jacket was very comfortable. The price here at Revzilla is great. Thank you for the great jacket, and thank you to my friend Cliff that recommended Revzilla. Jun 4, 2014
Michael D: Removable liners, air flow through jacket, and price. I hope that it lives up to the ad. Jun 4, 2014
P L: Price, very good air flow, and protection. Jun 2, 2014
Regan D: Needed a summer jacket and was torn btwn this & the Joe Rocket Phoenix 5.0. Decided to go with the Tourmaster for the looks, and extra features such as the mandarin collar, internal pockets and thermal liner. Jun 2, 2014
Jeff K: I wanted a summer jacket. May 28, 2014
Christopher J: The item received a quality rating on Google and RevZilla was able to give me a visual break down of the product. May 27, 2014
William H: Summer time and looking for a good/protective summer jacket for commuting and weekend rides. I like the Hy-viz and the reflectivity that this has and it comes in tall sizes. May 22, 2014
S H: Style and reviews. Price was good too. May 21, 2014
john s: I have the Tourmaster Transition 3 jacket, already, like the high vis and the fit, large tall May 14, 2014
Thomas R: Functional mesh with good liners, gives seasonal options. Like the armor. Nice design, good looks. May 9, 2014
Gary D: Tourmaster fits well, and is of good quality. This jacket had mesh, rain, and cold protection all in one. May 8, 2014
Philip L: It looked like a good all purpose jacket to commute to work with May 7, 2014
Wayne K: Style and versatility. This jacket has waterproof lining, and removable insulation. Style is nice and not loud. May 4, 2014
Peggy E: it's been hard to find a motorcycle jacket that comes in TALL/3XL......so will give this a try.....hopefully, fingers crossed, this jacket will fit my husband and be suitable for him......... May 4, 2014
MELVIN H: I bought this to ride in the different seasons and it is a great jacket, with a inner wind and rain linger. It has good shoulder/elbow protection and straps down good around the wrist. My only issues with it are the front pockets are a little tight to get into and the back protection is not all that great, more like a thin foam inside of the jacket. May 1, 2014
david c: High airflow, available in white Apr 21, 2014
Michael D: I needed a 2XLT size, high vis, 3 season jacket. The arms and shoulders fit perfect - the length and gut excessive. Sadly tourmaster does not offer an athletic cut. Apr 18, 2014
HUA WEI F: Looks great and affordable price Apr 17, 2014
Jacob K: It offered the protection I wanted. It will work for the seasons I will ride. It came in a color and style that works for me. Not to mention the price was reasonable for all of this. This jacket isn't necessarily more adjustable than other jackets in the same price range, but I dig the mandarin style of the collar. I'll be sure to write a formal review once I've ridden a few miles. Apr 7, 2014
Richard E: Tourmaster is highly rated. I always pass up the opportunity in the past because I always found the prices to be so much higher. Fact is compared to other comparable jackets, this is only a few bucks more and more than makes up for it with the additional liner. Apr 6, 2014
Paul H: I need a summer riding jacket that would be cool and have some degree of high visibility. Also, it was the most understated white jacket I could find that did not look like a Star Wars Storm Trooper should be wearing it. Mar 28, 2014
asata i: Needed a motorcycle jacket for my husband that covered him for 3 seasons. Especially in hot summer Arizona. Mar 27, 2014
Daniel H: I was in need of a new riding jacket. After receiving this in amazing time - I can now say this was an amazing buy! Mar 24, 2014
Gary B: This jacket was comfortable, the price was great and it comes in a size Tall, which is extremely important for me. Mar 23, 2014
Tommy W: Good looks and available in Tall Size. Mar 22, 2014
Jose G: I as a new rider I feel this jacket is just right for me. I can use it for summer and for chilly nights. Mar 15, 2014
Ershaad B: Design, Price and most importantly the 3 season capability provided by the removable liners. Mar 11, 2014
James H: I live in GA. My transitions jacket was just too hot for the summer months. Feb 27, 2014
Tommy T: A fellow rider has one and loves it. Jan 31, 2014
Stephen F: Had it recommended to us be friend. It is the best jacket I have owned for riding. Dec 16, 2013
Michael S: I've owned an Intake Air 2 - love that jacket.
It took the damage instead of me!
Dec 1, 2013
Michael C: I wanted the added safety of a high visibility jacket. I've been wearing a Tour Master Draft Jacket for years; it is essentially the same product without current updates. The excellent crash protection offered by the Tour Master jacket and the ability to layer the jacket for any weather from summer time heat to winter's cold makes it possible to wear the protection all year. Nov 30, 2013
ALEXANDER G: Bought one for my honey at a local store for a much higher price. The jacket offers excellent options and versatility for south Georgia weather. Nov 29, 2013
Kelly V: Was looking for a jacket that provided some decent protection and could be worn all four seasons here in Southern AZ. Nov 29, 2013
Christopher M: Seemed like a good summer mesh jacket. Nov 11, 2013
J I: Armor in the summer! Oct 29, 2013
F R: Needed spring/summer jacket and it has worked great. Oct 27, 2013
Chad D: I wanted something breathable, has protection, and would fit someone of my size and this does all three from the reviews i have read. Oct 9, 2013
Roy R: I like the fact that the arms are long in this jacket because I have a hard time finding jackets/shirts with enough sleeve length. Also, I like the fact that I will be able to use this jacket year round here in Tokyo. I was previously not wearing any gear in the summer, but getting older I realize that it takes much longer to heal, so need all the protection I can reasonably obtain. Sep 23, 2013
Ronald B: Anthony's review on Revzilla Sep 13, 2013
Brian R: I wanted a mesh jacket. This one has liners for 3 season plus it is red to match the helmet. Aug 14, 2013
christopher P: One of few jackets in the price range that offers multicolor in there tall size line up. Aug 8, 2013
A shopper asked: The size chart provided in Revzilla doesn't match with the one on the Tour Master website (esp. the sleeve lengths). Can you clarify on which one is the right length? Also, what does an American cut exactly mean? Is it body-fit or loose-fit or has room towards the waist though it is body-fit at the shoulders and chest?

FWIW I'm measuring 40" at chest and 26" in sleeve length (measured from start of shoulder till end of wrist as directed by Revzilla video). Is XSM the right size for me in this model? Thanks.
Aug 19, 2013
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Scott P: I am only 5'6" and of average build. This being said, my chest measures 40" but my sleeve length only 24". I purchased the XSM and found the jacket fits me well except, the forearms are snug. I have the lower elbow pad retainer adjusted to the loosest setting and things really get to pulling when putting the jacket on with the liner in. If I were you, I would be concerned about the arms, mostly. I think I would go with a small, if I were you. If I am not mistaken, Revzilla offers free first-time return shipping and free shipping from their end on reorders so, if you miss judge the first time, you can reorder once without additional cost. Aug 19, 2013
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jonathan w: I love tourmaster products. I have a textile jacket and pants the air mesh jacket and pants as well. The air intake I love and its an awesome 3 season jacket. I am built lime a football player, I'm 6'2, 54 chest 38 waist, reasonably athletic build. I have always sized up one size with their stuff and it has worked great for me. Ie. I always wear xxl jackets and shirts but I have to go with the 3 xl in tourmaster. Same with pants, I should be an xl but I buy the xxl and they work great. I'm sorry but I have no way to measure my arms as I am traveling. I have used their gear for 2.5 years and I have no complaints at all. I hope this helps you, good luck! Aug 19, 2013
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Hoyt R: I think the xsm jacket size will be just right for you. I have a 54" chest size and usually have a problem with sleeves being too short. I bought the 2XLT it fits perfect except for sleeves being too long. My sweet daugther trying to help dad out took all the tags off and brought it to me to wear so I couldn't send it back. But Revzilla Chart is right on with the sleeves length. maybe a little small on chest size. because mine is perfect in chest. I like mine to fit not tight but not baggie either. I hope this helped you out.

Hoyt
Aug 21, 2013
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Scott S: I wear a 42 long in about everything (jackets, suits, etc) My arms are longer so I get a long. In the TM Intake Air Jacket, I ordered a 44 and it fits me perfect in chest and arms. Not sure if I answered your questions, but the sizes on the Revzilla website seems to be correct for me. I went one size larger then usual so I could fit over me clothes and the arms would not be too short.

BTW it's a great jacket, heavy with lots of protection but good air movement in warmer weather with liner out.
Aug 19, 2013
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Ken B: I'm not exactly sure which one is correct but I take a 36-37" sleeve normally and have a 42" chest and I purchased the XL tall and the sleeve length is perfect for me and the size fits well with the liners all in and is not too large with them out. I would say that I have an athletic build with the 42" chest & 34"-36" waist.
We also purchased one for my wife and we are both very please with the jackets.
Hope this helps
Aug 20, 2013
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Kenneth W: The sleeves run long for the chest size, I don't find it to be a big deal. When it's cool out the velcro closures close them down nicely. When it's hot I roll up the cuff one turn and it scoops air up the sleeve. I believe american cut gives a more generous mid section to hold my beer belly. I hope this helps, I realy like mine.

Speed Safe,
Ken
Aug 19, 2013
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Tommy M: I typically where a men's medium, am a 40 short on sport coats. I purchased the Tour Master in a size small and it fits perfect. The adjustments are very good to make it tighter or looser at the waist. The shoulders and chest is a good fit. Great jacket. Get plenty of air in the summer and the wind breaker liner is great in the cooler months. Aug 27, 2013
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jonathan w: I meant to also say that sizing up one for me worked well but the sleeves were about an inch to an inch and a half long... I'm sure they could be altered but it hasn't been a big deal for me... Aug 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi

I was planning to buy this jacket and just wanted to know how is the taper from chest to belly? I have a large gut so a lot of jackets tend to get uncomfortably tight in the belly region.
May 13, 2014
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Craig G: I have ridden with this jacket for about a year. I am 6'6" and 265 lbs. and have a generous beer gut. I wear the XLT. The sleeves are nice and long, and the gut area is not at all restrictive on me. There are cinches at the waste and snaps down the sleeves which allow me to adjust the fit to my odd shape. I have another jacket from a different manufacturer which is a little tight in the shoulders and gut area. The Intake Air 3 is much more comfortable on me. For what it is worth, this jacket flows a lot of air also. May 13, 2014
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Andrew H: I'm not exactly "in shape", yet my XL-T that fits nicely in the chest and has plenty long sleeves is fine around my mid section. It's possible I could've gotten away without a "Tall", as the bottom of the jacket is near my hips. However, I believe this jacket is meant to be long like that. My son has a Cortech and they are cut a bit shorter and "sportier". I am 6'4" and weigh around 235#. Hope this is helpful. May 14, 2014
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cregg m: Not sure how this jacket would work for you. It does have a waist band to tighten. Obviously you would not use this feature. Depending on your size this jacket may not work for you. Not any excess room in the gut region.
I like the jacket for me and is comfortable.
May 13, 2014
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Mauro G: It is a great jacket definably it worth every cent I do recommend it, watch out for the size I am regular large I think I got the long large, but I like it anyway May 14, 2014
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Timothy N: The stomach region is largely adjustable thanks to the clasps and the waist velcro. The jacket is loose, which allows many body sizes to fit. Nov 3, 2014
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Steve M: It's fairly straight, but has adjustable side snaps to give it taper if desired. May 13, 2014
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Steven S asked: If anyone has purchased this in red how I good is it at not fading? I have an Aerostitch jacket in red and it has faded quite badly in the Southern California sun. Jun 9, 2014
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Brian G: I own the red and it has seen quite a bit of sun. I can't detect any fading in the color, and it looks to be as brilliant as ever. Very much recommended! Jun 16, 2014
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Ramon V: Mine is black and I've had it from a year. Very happy with my purchase. No sign of.wear and tear yet. And this is my every day equipment. Jun 9, 2014
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Michael L: I'm starting on my second season with the red. Absolutely no sign of fading yet. Jun 9, 2014
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Marcelo F: Mine is Hi-Vis yellow and after it´s first summer of daily use seems like new. Jun 9, 2014
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Robert H: Sorry, mine is in Black. Can't answer the color question. Jun 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: Are the vertical gray stripes (as shown on the back of the red jacket) reflective material or are they just gray mesh? Aug 6, 2012
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Ben L: At night, every line and angle catches light without much difficulty, but when headlights hit the jacket, it glows like a light show. Super visible, great night jacket. Add in great airflow for the summer and very warm on those colder rides; it's a solid jacket. Nov 25, 2012
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AbdulZ: Very much so! Whenever I take a picture with the Jacket on, the stripes just shine bright and sometimes even mess up the picture. Also, the reflective logo on the back is visible at night and just adds a touch of visibility Aug 16, 2012
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Timothy N: The edge lining is very reflective, and the logo seems to be a nice center-focus if a driver's lights show on you. I purchased the gray, and it seems to also be light/contrast enough that I am visible to drivers. Nov 3, 2014
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RevZilla: The vertical strips are made of the same reflective material as Tour Master’s signature reflective rear triangle. Aug 8, 2012
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ronbsr76: Reflective. May 27, 2013
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Cory Y asked: What would you consider the lower bound on comfortable temperatures in which you might ride with this jacket? This jacket sounds pretty attractive since it gets pretty hot where I live (Utah), but it also gets really cold in the winter so I want to make sure I won't be limiting my fall season too much. Aug 10, 2015
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Chad D: I think without extra layers 30-40 degrees Fahrenheit personally. The coldest I have rode in this jacket is 18 degree Fahrenheit. The second layer for rain protection works as a good wind breaker. Of course riding at that temperature I had a few layers on underneath. Aug 11, 2015
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Carl F: That depends a lot on your tolerance and what you're wearing underneath, but speaking for myself, I've ridden with it in the 40s with 1 thermal layer and a warm shirt under and been OK. Aug 10, 2015
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Cory Y: Yeah, I know answers will be subjective and vary from person to person. I'm just hoping to get a general idea. Thanks for your input! Aug 11, 2015
Richard S: The Tour Master is an excellent warm weather mesh jacket and it flows a ton of air. I live in Virginia where the summers are hot and humid and I am pleased with it's performance and build quality. The jacket comes with 2 liners: a waterproof/ windbreaker and a quilted liner. The coolest temperature I will ride in is about 50 degrees and just the windbreaker is sufficient for comfort, but I ride behind a windshield. I have to think that adding the quilted liner would easily take you to the upper 40's. Below that, get a non-mesh jacket, especially if you don't have a windshield. I hope this helps you decide. Aug 10, 2015
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Daniel M: I have worn this coat in 35 degree weather (and rain - it's Washington State!) and been ok. It kept me dry and warm when using all 3 layers. Aug 11, 2015
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Vivek Krishnan R asked: HI, i live in the UAE and summers hear can get well above the 45 degree Celsius range... thats about 113 F.
Can this Jacket keep me comfortable in this condition.

I am 5'8" with 165 lbs weight, should i got for a medium?
May 5, 2015
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Julio F S: Vivek,

I've been wearing this jacket for almost 2 years in the north east US. The summers are very humid and I have worn with temps in the 90's the humidity where you're at will have to be considered.

I am 5'7" and about the same weight and I use a small, I would recommend a medium so it will fit a bit loose and give you comfort in the heat. The mesh material allows air to move through very nicely.

I hope this helped you.
May 5, 2015
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John G: Hi Vivik iam 6ft 3in with 220lbs andi bought a extra large tall it was bit to big, but with the lining it was ok.I live in the tropics of northen AU it onley gets to 32degrees celsius but very high humidity so even a tshirt is hot.But in the dry season 34 degrees low humidity its fine.in 45 degrees good luck.John. May 6, 2015
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Paul C: Wow....113 F is awfully hot! This jacket has good torso ventilation (with all the liners removed) but the arms get warm and I'm not sure you can ventilate them enough to keep you cool. But, at 113 F I'm not sure any jacket is going to be truly "comfortable". A medium should be perfect for you. Safe riding. May 5, 2015
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Arie F: I am 178cm tall and weigh 70kg. I have a large, and it fits me perfectly. And it allows me to wear a fleece top underneath for the really cold mornings. May 21, 2015
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A shopper asked: Is the back protector top quality or would you recommend upgrading it. If so, what back protector would be best with this jacket? Jan 7, 2014
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Craig G: I've had the Intake Air 3 for about a year, and it replaced my Intake Air 2 which I've used for five + years. Outstanding jacket and value. The back protector is probably sufficient; however, it is a little light weight and very flexible. Possibly that is a good thing. The armor could be upgraded to Knox Armor - X Part Back Protector or Forcefield - Pro Back Insert or Superlite Back Insert. You'd have to know the proper size for your jacket. You could buy the jacket and then search for armor. However, I think the best place to get that info is the RevZilla sales staff. They helped me with sizing when I purchased my Schuberth helmet, and it fit perfectly. They know their stuff and will take the time to help you with your decision. Jan 8, 2014
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Leonard C: The stock back protector that comes with the jacket is just a thin pad and doesn't offer much protection.
I purchased a SAS-TEC Back Protector and trimmed it to the shape of the stock pad.
It takes a little work, but it will give you much better protection, so it's worth the effort.
Jan 8, 2014
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pete g: all i can said is its a great jacket i like it the way it is Jan 8, 2014
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Ron M: The back protector in this jacket is minimal. I purchased this jacket to ride in hot weather and flow large amounts of air. It does that very well. The removable liners also work well for those chilly mornings. I did not get it for ultimate safety. I have my Klim Badlands for that. You could upgrade the protector, but if you' are still riding with a mesh garment. Jan 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm looking at buying this jacket but I'm not sure about the size to go for. The tour master site's sizing chart and
revzilla's size chart don't seem to match as well (for example, XS is marked as 24" sleeve in the tourmaster site and 25.5" in the revzilla site) and I'm not sure which one is right. Apart from that, what does an American cut exactly mean? Does it mean body-fit or relaxed-fit or that there will be room around the waist or something else?

FWIW I'm 40" at chest and have 26" long sleeves (measured from shoulder to end of wrist). Please advise what is the right size for me. Thanks.
Aug 19, 2013
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William M: I normally buy XL shirts and they usually fit just right. For this jacket I thought I would risk it and buy a L and it fits me just right. The sleeves are a little longer than normal, but when riding I don't notice them...in fact, I think that they "little longer than normal" is a good thing as the sleeves on this jacket do not ride up like some of the other jackets that I have. I'm around 5'11" and 210 lbs. Nice features include the multiple liners. I recently returned from a 600 mile trip and some days were in the mid-fifties. The rain liner was plenty to keep me warm. When the temps got into the 70's I pulled the rain liner out and stayed very comfortable. I haven't ridden in colder temps so I haven't had to ride with the insulated liner yet.
Hope this helps.
Aug 19, 2013
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Mark W: I bought the jacket and love it so far. I used the sizing chart that Revzilla provided and the jacket fits well. I will say that the sleeves are a bit long, even for a motorcycle jacket. This is probably because my bike has an upright seating position rather than a sportbike style. I haven’t had a problem with the sleeves on my wife’s FZ 6.
I’m no expert, but I understand that “American cut” refers to a more relaxed fit. “European cut” clothes are usually a bit more form-fitting.
Hope this helps.
Aug 19, 2013
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Tom G: American cut riding gear has a bigger belly section. Yes, they're calling us fat.

I typically wear a "L". I originally ordered an "XL" based on the listed info and it was way too big. Using Revzillas' awesome customer service, I returned it and they sent me a "L" and it fits perfect.

I'm 6'1, 215lbs and wear a 44 R suit coat for reference.
Aug 19, 2013
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Steve M: the sleeves seem to run a little long. the other sizes are pretty normal. Aug 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: Yes, another sizing question. I'm a woman who's normal leather jacket is a men's medium (it fits snug). Yet, I wear men's small shirts (gotta love hospital uniforms). My waist is about 34", chest measures 39". I'm looking for a 3 season jacket with armor to take me through the summers her in New Mexico. So, fellas, help me out here. Small? Medium? And how adjustable are those arm tabs (my arms are nowhere near as buff as yours)?

Thanks in advance.
Apr 30, 2014
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Michael L: I feel this jacket is a little on the large side of the fitment scale. Not overly so...I think you may want to get the same size as your current jacket and it'll probably be a good fit. If you have thin arms, the cinch straps on the arms will work nicely for you. Apr 30, 2014
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Marcelo F: Do not doubt, go for the small. I am a man and I normally wear medium size jackets but in this model the size was too big for me so I had to buy a small . The arm tabs provide a good adjustability with three positions to choose for. May 1, 2014
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Mauro G: You want to buy a small regular, the adjuster tabs are great too. May 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this Jacket have a pants zipper on the back? May 28, 2013
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Timothy N: The pants zipper is about a foot long on the back, under a scoop that covers if your jacket lifts up at all while wearing regular pants. I haven't felt the need to use the zipper, as the jacket has elastic and velcro that hold it to the body while in a tuck. Nov 3, 2014
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Suresh R: I use this jacket with the Tour Master Venture Air Pants, both of them can be zipped up at the back to keep the jacket from riding up. Nice feature to have. Aug 8, 2013
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Kevin E: Yes it does Jun 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: Have the Air Intake 2, same size as the new 3 series, and I want to upgrade to a Knox or SAS Tech back protector; what style fits best? Aug 23, 2012
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RevZilla: As you are most likely aware, the back protector pad which comes included with the Tour Master Intake Air 3 Jacket has a very "unique" shape, which just so happens to resemble a certain part of the human anatomy.

With that in mind, you will not find a direct replacement for that particular shape from either Knox or SAS-TEC.

In this instance, your best option would be to make a template for the back protector pocket on your jacket and trim the SAS-TEC as needed.* This can be done very easily, however there are 2 caveats:

* You void the warranty on the back protector
* If you are in a prolonged downpour, since the internal foam is now exposed on the SAS-TEC it is possible it could absorb water. Make sure to air-dry it if you suspect it has had a good soak.

*Per the manufacturer, cutting the back protector will not change its protective qualities.
Aug 24, 2012
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GrannyWhisperer: I squeezed an Alpinestars Bionic Air Back Protector into my jacket (large tall), it isn't an exact fit but the material is stretchy enough to accomodate. I am much happier with the new armor. You definitely have some wiggle room with the pocket, doesn't have to be an exact match to fit. Nov 24, 2012
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Brian C: I too bought one of these jackets in Large and wanted to upgrade the back armor. After much decision making, I too picked up an Alpinestars Bio Armor Back Protector in Large. I rotated it to where the large width side was down and it almost fit snugly into the back pocket. So I trimmed it up a bit from the (narrow side) and it fit's snug and won't slide around even though it's not an exact fit as the original piece. Oct 8, 2013
rg500g: The backpad is a proprietary shape and cannot be upgraded either through Tourmaster or with a 3rd party product. I asked Tourmaster about and they politely told me to get lost. Seriously. May 21, 2013
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A shopper asked: Don't want that real tight fit jacket but can't decide between rev it airwave, alpinestar or this contour. Any recommendations? Apr 11, 2012
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Ben L: The Air Intake (this jacket) is a loose fit with the wind/water and the quilted liners zipped in (still room for a couple shirts and a fleece), but with both out it's very baggy. If you plan to use it as a summer jacket, the billowing on the highway gets to be pretty bad. That being said, it breathes as though you're wearing a screen door. Excellent jacket, so long as you aren't built like a stick figure (like me). Nov 25, 2012
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Timothy N: I have large shoulders and a medium waist. The jacket fits my shoulders well enough to allow motion while wearing a few layers under the jacket. The stomach region is a little looser, but the clasps and elastic help adjust it to grip my body with only a little loose material. The arms are large enough to require using the clasps, unless you are super built or looking for flapping in the wind. Nov 3, 2014
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RevZilla: The Tour Master Intake Air 3 is definitley a more full/american cut through the shoulders and body of the jacket when compared to comparable mesh jackets from REV'IT and Alpinestars. Plus you receive the added benefit of the removable thermal and waterproof liner. Apr 13, 2012
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James R asked: Can the thermal liner be used without the waterproof liner? Aug 28, 2015
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Ron W: Hey James, the thermal and waterproof liners can be separated quite easily. I wear the heck out of this jacket, living in hot humid Florida I tend to wear just the outer mesh
jacket which really lets the air flow. I have been up in the mountains with the liners in and have been warm enough.
I am tall and slim and this is the best fitting jacket I've ever owned.
Aug 28, 2015
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James R: Thanks Ron. Can I use the thermal liner without the waterproof liner? Aug 28, 2015
Gregory B: Yes, you can wear any combo. Aug 28, 2015
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James R asked: I just purchased this jacket and really like it except for the back armor. What options do I have for upgrading to a more protective back protector? Jun 1, 2015
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Marcelo F: I do not trust that back protector either. Actually I have taken it out and always wear a forcefield sub 4 back protector under the jacket. I don't know which protector can fit inside the jacket's back pocket. Jun 2, 2015
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James H: I have a D3O back protector I move from jacket to jacket. Take out the included foam protector, take some measurements, then search through available technology on Revzilla! Jun 1, 2015
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A shopper asked: How do you wash this jacket? Does the armor have to come out? Apr 8, 2015
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Jose G: Yes the armor is easy to remove and the jacket is machine washable. Apr 8, 2015
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Arie F: I prefer to keep the armor in and hand wash it in the bath. May 21, 2015
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A shopper asked: Is there really a lot of difference between tour master 2 and the newer version? I know this intake 3 is slightly more expensive, is it worth the price or should I pay less and just buy the draft air 2? Jul 4, 2014
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Jeffry G: I wore the Intake 2 jacket for several years and bought the Intake 3 this year. I cannot see any difference between the two, but I still think it's worth the price. The only reason I bought the newer jacket is that I've gained weight and needed a larger size. I've never tried the draft air 2, so I cannot comment on that, but in my opinion you can't go wrong with the Intake jackets, they work very well, even in this Arizona heat. Jul 8, 2014
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Dan F: No real difference,I just wanted a Hi-Vis color. Jul 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: How does the XL versus the tall XL sizing compare on the Tourmaster intake 3.0? Mar 16, 2013
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MichaelB: I am 6'6" (almost 6'7"), 215lbs and the tall fits perfectly. I snap it in on the sides a little bit, and it's snug.
You can take the waist in as well.
May 27, 2013
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RevZilla: Tourmaster Tall sizing adds 2.5 inches to the length of the sleeve and torso of the jacket. The chest sizing does not change from the regular sizing. Mar 18, 2013
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A shopper asked: My question is about size and fitting.
I am a tall skinny guy (6'1" ~ 150lbs) and I seem to fall in between sizes small and medium. I am really interested in this jacket, but am concerned about the fit. My measurements are 36 chest, 36 waist and 25.5 sleeve. What size should I get?

What I really need is a small chest with a medium sleeve ... If I get the Medium, the chest will be 42-44 compared to my 36. I don't know if that will be way too loose or not. But If I get the small then the sleeves and waist will be too short.

How many inches of adjustment does this jacket realistically have in both sleeve and waist? I am wondering if I can get the small and adjust the waist and sleeves and still be OK or not.
Apr 4, 2015
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Craig G: The Tourmaster jackets are pretty generous in their cut. They are not tight-fitting. My XLT gives me plenty of room in the chest and shoulders. I am 6'6" 260lbs. I don't know how that would translate to your frame. In the past, I have purchased two different sizes from Rev Zilla and returned the one I didn't want. Apr 6, 2015
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A shopper asked: how do I measure for this jacket? I am 58 in the chest and 68 waist Nov 1, 2014
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John H: Check out the Tourmaster sizing charts for the right size for you. As the Intake Air 3 is rather small-waisted, a longer jacket cut may be considered. Nov 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: how do you measure for this jacket? I am 58 in chest and 68 in the waist Nov 1, 2014
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Andrew H: Google "tourmaster".

Go to "Textile Jackets".

Go to "Intake Air Series 3 Jacket".

Click on "Sizing Chart".
Nov 18, 2014
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Frank J asked: Can this jacket be zipped to Tourmaster Flex pants? Feb 6, 2014
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Michael L: I'm not sure...it will zip to AGV Solare pants and my Tourmaster Transition II jacket also zips to these pants. The jacket has a standard length 7" zipper in the back. Feb 6, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi,
I would like to purchase the Tour Master Intake Air 3 Jacket in 2XL Tall in blue or red but the last few weeks it hasn't been available in those colors. Will you be getting in those colors again?
Thanks,
Dwayne
Aug 9, 2014
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Kevin E asked: I bought this product in size large and I would like extra protection what back armor insert would best fit this jacket? (preferably CE lvl 2 protection) Jun 21, 2014
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Tour Master Men's Jacket Sizing:

Size Chest (in) Waist (in) Sleeve (in)
XS 38 - 40 30.5 24
SM 40 - 42 32.5 24.5
MD 42 - 44 34.5 25
LG 44 - 46 36.5 25.5
XL 46 - 48 38.5 26
2XL 48 - 50 42.5 26.5
3XL 50 - 52 44.5 27
4XL 52 - 54 46.5 27.5

Tall Sizing:

Size Chest (in) Waist (in) Sleeve (in)
MD (Tall) 42 - 44 34.5 27
LG (Tall) 44 - 46 36.5 27.5
XL (Tall) 46 - 48 38.5 28
2XL (Tall) 48 - 50 42.5 28.5
3XL (Tall) 50 - 52 44.5 29

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

Click here to see the full Tour Master Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/Black / XS 828338 8767-0305-03 Out of Stock
Black/Black / SM 828339 8767-0305-04 Out of Stock
Black/Black / MD 828340 8767-0305-05 Out of Stock
Black/Black / LG 828341 8767-0305-06 Out of Stock
Black/Black / XL 828342 8767-0305-07 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Black / 2XL 828343 8767-0305-08 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Black / 3XL 828344 8767-0305-09 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Black / 4XL 828345 8767-0305-10 Out of Stock
Black/Black / MD (Tall) 828346 8767-0305-15 Out of Stock
Black/Black / LG (Tall) 828347 8767-0305-16 Out of Stock
Black/Black / XL (Tall) 828348 8767-0305-17 Out of Stock
Black/Black / 2XL (Tall) 828349 8767-0305-18 Out of Stock
Black/Black / 3XL (Tall) 828350 8767-0305-19 Out of Stock
White/Black / XS 828270 8767-0309-03 Out of Stock
White/Black / SM 828271 8767-0309-04 Out of Stock
White/Black / MD 828272 8767-0309-05 Out of Stock
White/Black / LG 828273 8767-0309-06 Out of Stock
White/Black / XL 828274 8767-0309-07 Out of Stock
White/Black / 2XL 828275 8767-0309-08 In Stock: Ships next business day
White/Black / 3XL 828276 8767-0309-09 Out of Stock
Silver/Black / XS 828365 8767-0307-03 Out of Stock
Silver/Black / SM 828364 8767-0307-04 Out of Stock
Silver/Black / MD 828363 8767-0307-05 Out of Stock
Silver/Black / LG 828362 8767-0307-06 Out of Stock
Silver/Black / XL 828361 8767-0307-07 Out of Stock
Silver/Black / 2XL 828360 8767-0307-08 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver/Black / 3XL 828355 8767-0307-09 Out of Stock
Silver/Black / MD (Tall) 828354 8767-0307-15 Out of Stock
Silver/Black / LG (Tall) 828359 8767-0307-16 Out of Stock
Silver/Black / XL (Tall) 828358 8767-0307-17 Out of Stock
Silver/Black / 2XL (Tall) 828357 8767-0307-18 Out of Stock
Silver/Black / 3XL (Tall) 828356 8767-0307-19 Out of Stock
Blue/Black / XS 828331 8767-0302-03 Out of Stock
Blue/Black / SM 828332 8767-0302-04 Out of Stock
Blue/Black / MD 828333 8767-0302-05 Out of Stock
Blue/Black / LG 828334 8767-0302-06 Out of Stock
Blue/Black / XL 828335 8767-0302-07 Out of Stock
Blue/Black / 2XL 828336 8767-0302-08 Out of Stock
Blue/Black / 3XL 828337 8767-0302-09 Out of Stock