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Tour Master Lawndale Leather Jacket

Please note: The Lawndale does not include hard armor.

  • Classic, three-quarter length design top grade 1.0mm-1.2mm thick Buffalo leather 
  • Chest vents combine with underarm sleeve vents and a rear exit vent to provide flow-through ventilation
  • Durable main zipper closure with dual wind flap seals out the elements
  • Adjustable waist straps to help fine tune the fit
  • Traditional chest and hand warmer pockets for ample storage
  • Two zippered hand warmer pockets, four bellows pockets and one internal pocket 
  • Pockets for optional CE approved armor at the elbow and shoulder are built into the jacket
  • Tour Master Z.O.Q. (Zip-Out Quilted) liner with warming 100g polyfill insulation with removable sleeves can also be worn as a vest
  • Includes a 8” jacket/pant zipper attachment with the pant side included
  • External foam padded shoulder for comfort and protection
  • Triple and double stitched with high strength, bonded nylon thread
  • Rotated sleeves for comfort in the riding position
  • Zippered chest mesh liner pocket

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Great 3/4 Great value for a 3/4 jacket. As much as I love this jacket, I have a couple minor things to point out: -The sizing runs really large; i wear size M in everything and this jacket size small is slightly too big for me. - A two way zipper would make this jacket perfect. - Proper fitting armor is kind of hard to find, the forcefield elbow armor is slightly too big for the pockets. Overall, great jacket. July 19, 2014
Good Jacket, a couple of tweaks would make it great. Really like the look and feel of the jacket, build quality a bit rough but kind of gives it character. I went with brown, it's very dark, almost black and will age really well I think. 3 gripes... 1) Gap in collar makes for drafty times 2) Needs 2 way front zip given it's a 3/4 length jacket 3) What's a m/cycle jacket without armor? June 1, 2014
Fantastic...but small. I normally wear a XL jacket. I'm 6'3" and 220. I have a 46 inch chest, broad shoulders and a 36" waist. The XL in the Lawndale was TINY bit short in the cuff, but not enough that I would have returned it. It's too snug in the shoulders. I ordered the XXL because, and here's the good news, the jacket is fantastic! The leather is soft, the buttons are antiqued brass, the color is deep, deep brown. Numerous pockets, quality zips, full-grain buffalo...what's not to love? It's a shame they couldn't have been a little more generous in the shoulders. I hope the XXL doesn't swim on me. Why anyone would spend the extra $ on a Falstaff jacket is beyond me. May 13, 2014
great value, great quality for the price nice value, fit is good, zippers work well and stitching looks good. would recommend if your looking for reasonably priced 3/4 length leather. April 23, 2014
Very good value! I ordered Sunday morning, received Tuesday noon! On looking over the outside, found a small blemish that was just dust and another possibly from dyeing process, on the front. Hardly noticeable. Fit and finish is overall very nice. The fit with liner is good while wearing a long sleeved base and long sleeve T. I had also installed shoulder and elbow armor but no back pad yet. A more substantial layer would be tight. I'm 5'6 and 180. My sport bike leather is a 44 and based on that and the guide given I ordered a large. The waist straps are a nice feature as that is where my fit issues always come to bare! My test ride was 40F with the above combo, neck gaiter and full face on my naked Buell Lightning. I did get some wind in, as with all zip in liners there is a bit of a gap in front. On a normal ride this temp I'll use the heated gear, which fit fine without the liner in place. I was surprised by the pockets! The hand warmers are easy to get into and there are two inside pockets; one horizontal zip, one vertical, and one more in the liner. The vertical zip is directly behind the left upper outside pocket so it kind of conceals the shape of the inner pocket contents. The ease of movement picking up the dropped glove and overall utility leave my sport jacket behind. April 2, 2014
Very well designed jacket A Revzilla review Wow.. I’m impressed and very satisfied with your marketing strategy (discounting and paying Jerry’s tax The vids that helped with my choice – much appreciated And your packaging (plastic bag + desiccants including a hanger)and your choice of carrier.. (11pm pick up Fri delivered 10am Mon) You guy’s are first class Some product comments on the Lawndale... The 42-44 fit with liner is tight (I’m 44) but allows just a tee shirt under. Without the liner the fit is perfect All zippers are brass and heavy duty (high quality) Brass snaps were shipped with plastic stickies (to avoid patina) These snaps give wearer the option NOT to use the zipper for additional venting The includes the wrist zipper + Velcro Overall an excellent experience, thanks for your professionalism Rags February 4, 2014
You'll know right away I've been looking for the right jacket for some time. After returning to riding a couple of years ago I wanted to replace my "Fonzie" style jacket with something a bit more grown-up. I liked the British Belstaff style right away but worried that the quality might be lacking. Well, the photos and video do not do this jacket justice. If you like the style you won't be disappointed. It looked great right out of the box and after several weeks of riding I am attached. I am 5' 9" 190 lbs and the large fits perfectly. It has been a cool and wet spring in Wisconsin. Most riders around here struggle to stay warm. Not in this jacket. I don't think I'll wear it when it is 90, but it is right for most of the riding season around here. Looks good. Feels good. Smells good. Good zippers. Money well spent. Welcome back to cycling. P.S. My wife thinks it's beautiful. June 14, 2013
buy the size larger for sure So I do an odd thing here in Colorado to deal with the wide range of cold over the Rocky Mountain passes and cool camping mornings or commute and that is I wear a Joe Rocket Phoenix Air jacket year round UNDER my coats. This way in heat of the day up to 100' I can open my 'outer jacket' vents and air will flow around me nicely and I wont dry off too fast yet in the wet or cold, simply closing the vents that trapped air between the outer coat and my body is a good insulator. This way the Tourmaster worked well on my test rip up the canyon to Rocky Mountain National Park (yes its in my back yard) it was 80-85' when I left and testing the vents and airflow I was happy. My ride is a BMW R1100S so not as crouched up as a Ducati or R1 but not as uptight (upright) as a Goldwing or RT. What I was looking for was a longer leather that when the 'liner' I wear of the Phoenix jacket is not on is more relaxed for around town and casual wear and the design of the pockets and side velcro buckles match my favorite Hein Gericke leather touring pants with full side zips and cargo pockets on leg. These pants I zip on to the air flow 'liner' jacket I wear as well. With this bike seating position the chest vents open and I could feel the breeze go through the coat nicely . Keep in mind I am 5'8" with a 44" chest and 15" biceps ... the arms are snug and the coat is snug - what I bought was the XL (46) jacket. My Joe Rocket Phoenix is a medium. Wearing the 46 with out my fully padded (back, shoulder, elbow) liner the jacket fits comfortable for a night on the town or a walkabout Europe. I am happy. Justin in Colorado June 4, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
George M: The style reminds me of the British jackets of the 1940's. Steve McQueen wore one made out of waxed cotton when he raced motorcyles. Also Joe in customer service was very helpful getting me the right size. May 27, 2014
Russell M: I didn't want to look like a Cylon at work. Cool retro look. No velcro. May 8, 2014
Brien G: Style, reviews. Wanted a Bellstaff style traditional leather jacket Mar 26, 2014
justin m: ability to use as coat around town or ride with my jpe rocket Phoenix air flow jacket under it as padding Nov 18, 2013
jim m: It is old classic style and looks good. I saw the video and old mate convinced me to go for it .I am 5 foot 10 I weight 86 kilo and I hope the Medium size fits well. If it does not I will be really cold in Ireland at xmass as I bought it for the holiday I ride Motorcycles of course as well , I guess only a biker knows the feeling on a frosty night and you got 100 kms to go .Lets see how it performs. I will be in touch , e mail me around jan anytime and I will respond in full . Jimmy Maher. Oct 26, 2013
Jared R: I chose this jacket because it was brown, three quarter length, had a four pocket front, was not too expensive, and in my past experience Tour Master does a good job for a fare price. Oct 16, 2013
Kano H asked: Hi, I'm wondering about the sizing of this jacket. I wear a 48 in a Dainese 'Freddie' leather jacket, which is quite snug and the correct fit for that kind of jacket. This seems a little more casual, but I will buy armour to put in it. What size would you recommend for me? Oct 26, 2013
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Todd V: Hi Kano - Im a big guy (6'1" - 250) and I bought the XXXL size. Im probably about a XL to an XXL in a normal tee shirt. The extra lining makes the jacket snug and about perfect when the liner is out (with a tee shirt or sweatshirt underneath). The waistband is adjustable so that can be cinched up more if needed.

I would order a size larger than your standard tee shirt size. For me - a guy who is large in the chest, arms, and belly...I m glad I got the larger size. I would be completely uncomfortable in the chest and especially the biceps area with the liner in the jacket.

This is a great jacket - especially for the price.

Hope you enjoy.

- Todd
Oct 28, 2013
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James G: I bought a size small (size 40), the measurements were good fit for me. I don't have a Dainese jacket but I think 52 fits me. Even though it looks a little more casual te fit for me in small is snug. I tried elbow pads in it ad fits still. I don't know what size you would wear though. I called and asked for fit advice. Xs was too small for me though but might the right size, check arm length though, the small fit me best. (5'8", 165 lbs, 41" chest). So far I have been enjoying it and it is breaking in nicely after a few weeks of my daily commute. Good luck! Oct 27, 2013
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Tommy R: I wound up buying two of these jackets. I got the first in 2XL thinking it would fit my son. not even close so I gave it to my grandson. He wears a large to xl in most everything but the two xl fit beautifully. Then I ordered the 3 xl for my son and it fits like a glove. I'm suspecting that you should choose the 3xl for your needs. Oct 26, 2013
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Dana W: I usually wear xxl in shirts and other jackets. I ordered a xxxl to ensure I had enough room for layering or armor.

I find the jacket fits great without the liner, but a bit snug with liner in around the shoulder and through the arm area. I would recommend ordering a size up from what you normally wear.
Oct 28, 2013
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Steven G: It's a great jacket but I recommend ordering at least 1 size larger than normal. I usually wear XL (46-48). I ordered a XXL (it's labeled as a 48). Fits well over my belly, chest, and shoulders. However, the arms are cut very snug. Had I gone a size smaller it wouldn't have fit.

Steve
Oct 27, 2013
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Dr. Marc S: Kano

If you are big around the chest and narrow around the waist, then go with an XL - pulling out the liner.

If you are big around the chest and moderate to large around the waist, then go with a 2XL.
Oct 28, 2013
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Steven B: I just bought a large and it's about right. I'm 6', 200 lbs and generally wear a 46. There isn't much extra room so you might consider 1 size up Oct 27, 2013
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Mark D asked: Does this jacket have a pocket for a CE back protector? Dec 5, 2013
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justin m: Yes it does.

However a neat trick I think, is I sized it one size larger and when I ride with it I wear a Joe Rocket Phoenix air jacket under it for the padding and what this does it allows better air flow when vents are open and its hot out (up to 90+) and then when above 90 If short ride I wear just the Phoenix air jacket then when its colder (50-30 or so) all zipped up and the liner in it, the air flow jacket creates a pocket of air that helps insulate and increases the range of the jacket.

... and then I wear this coat around town as a jacket 4 seasons...

I am pretty happy with this set up.

When I commute to work its 50 miles one way in Colorado. I ride at least once a month (all year long)
Dec 6, 2013
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K P: Hi

Yes there is a pocket in the back of the jacket approx. 40cm(L) x 29cm (W) and the opening is approx 20cm wide. this opening is closed by velcro fastener.

Hope this helps

Regards
Tony Pattinson

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Dec 5, 2013
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Todd V: Yes. There is a large pocket in the back of the liner that is maybe 5"-6" wide and 12" or more long. Also a zipper to attach a pair if riding pants to the jacket.
Dec 6, 2013
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