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Tour Master Lawndale Leather Jacket
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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

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.

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Tour Master Lawndale Leather Jacket 4.6 5 14 14
Tour Master Lawndale Jacket I really like this jacket. The leather has a great feel and smell. It's very stylish so you can wear it for any occasion. The large size is a perfect for me. I am 5'11" & 195 lbs. The only issues I have with the jacket is it didn't come with armor and the sleeves are a little snug for me which makes putting in armor with the liner very tight. I'm sure eventually the leather will break in but initially it's tight around the forearms and biceps. As for the armor missing, it also makes it difficult to find a quality back protector that will fit in an odd shape sleeve. I can't for the life of me find a quality back protector that will fit. Luckily, I have an undergarment armor shirt that will fit without the insulation liner. So in general this jacket is great and very stylish with a few flaws that I can overlook. November 16, 2015
Outstanding comfort, great for fall riding and looks great says my wife. This jacket has the traditional looks that I was looking for and is well built, warm in fall riding without the liner. Leather is has a soft feel but has the thickness to give protection if ever needed. Looks like I may be using this jacket for more than riding my 1971 BMW /5 as I love the feel and comfort it provides. Great jacket, highly recommend. September 14, 2015
Excellent 3/4 length jacket for the money!!! I've been hunting for a while for a Hein Gerrick (spelling) style Dakar 3/4 length leather jacket and this one fits the bill perfectly. I'm a stocky 5'8" 220 pounds. I went with the XL and it's just right. The arm length is perfect and I have a bit of room for my heated jacket liner underneath. This jacket has excellent pockets and vents and is quite light weight for it's apparent size making it a great year round wear. My only complaint would be the lack of a lower zipper at the bottom when sitting but the jacket moves well with the rider and it's a minor problem compared to the amazing price point. Oh an I still don't believe it's brown...lol... December 15, 2014
Great "bang for the buck" jacket! Long story short, this is a great jacket. While the product description does note that the jacket accepts shoulder and elbow armor, I was pleasantly surprised to find that it also has a pocket for back protection. I ordered Icon d30 armor from revzilla to compliment the jacket and found that the shoulder and elbow inserts fit perfectly. I haven't tried any back protection yet. As previously mentioned, the brown is extremely dark. I would be interested to compare the black and brown versions to see what difference there is. I hope that the brown might come out more with age, but I won't be too disappointed if it never does. I decided that to lean towards a tighter fit to ensure that the armor stayed were it would be most effective. I am 6'1, 195 lbs and typically wear a size 46 suit jacket because I have very broad shoulders. After seeing the jacket on the model in the video, I went for the 44 L and it fits very well. The jacket is very tight with the thermal liner and I would probably not be able to squeeze a hoodie underneath. The inability to unzip from the bottom of the jacket really counteracts any advantage to buying this jacket in a larger size. If i had ordered any size larger, it would probably bunch considerably when in the seated position. Before I placed my order, I emailed revzilla to find out what thickness leather was used in production and they were very quick in getting back to me, confirming that the jacket is between 1mm and 1.2mm throughout. I definitely recommend this jacket for classic style, quality and protection at a great price point. Ride on! August 4, 2014
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
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
wayne n: It's getting cold outside. Nov 5, 2015
Donadl P: Good price but styling and quality were not as expected Oct 29, 2015
Todd V: decent quality at a great price, good style, great value purchase. Dec 28, 2014
David S: Longer, more traditional touring style jacket... works for me Sep 18, 2014
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
gerald d asked: any idea how long this jacket is. i looking for a true 3/4 jacket in this style that comes down mid thigh. i'm 6'. all the pictures i've seen show the bottom just above the pockets on jeans. it could be tall models wearing it or is just the way it's cut. i do have wide shoulders and thick arms so will probably get the 3x if it bottoms out lower then the pockets on pants. actauly that is my other question will the arms be loose enough for some one like me to wear with say a hoody on cool/cold days? Feb 28, 2015
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George W: I'm 5'5 and bought size 44/lg. The bottom covers the top of my pockets by a few inches. Not mid thigh. I guess it would depend on your torso length how it sits. I think if it were that long, you would have to sit on the tail of the jacket or it would bunch up on the seat behind you. The jacket is roomy, I wear it now with the liner in, but not riding, bikes are trapped by snow! The cuffs are a little larger than I like, gloves go inside easily but but interfere a little with a gauntlet glove. Its nice enough to wear out on social occasions. When riding I put the armor back in, and I find it warmest with electric jacket or sweater/fleece. The zip in liner lets a little more air in. On my HD Dyna Sport I get a little air down the collar, but not on My Buell Lightning. You can adjust the "belt" and its warmer above that line. I do like the jacket ! Quality is good for the price. Pockets galore. I would like to see a larger zipper pull, easier to work with gloved hand. And along with that a two way zipper so I could adjust the bottom when sitting at a table or in the car. Hope it helps! Feb 28, 2015
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Martin Z: I actually did not like the fit of the jacket at all. And wound up returning it. Felt that it looked a little too bulky for a leather jacket yet felt tight in the arms at the same time. I attempted it with a hoody underneath but it was not very comfortable. It felt fine in the chest, it was really the arms and armpits that felt too tight. I am about 5'8 with a 42 or 43 chest and went for the medium. Was worried a size up would be too big so I went with a different jacket all together. Length wise if I remember correctly it came about 2 or 3 inches bellow my belt line. So not very close to a mid thigh that you are looking for. Mar 1, 2015
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Tommy R: Gerald;
I bought two of these jackets. One in 2x and one in 3x. It's not the length your looking for. The 3X was for my son and it's still short enough that it doesn't bunch up when he's riding his bike. And as for the hoodie part, You might get a hoodie inside a 3X but I don't think it would be very comfortable. The jackets are a little small to listed size. The 2x was for my oldest grandson and it fits him like a glove but it only comes down to his pants pockets. For reference, my grandson is 6 foot 4 and around 210. My son is 6 foot 3 and 240.
Mar 1, 2015
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justin m: No to both questions.

The jacket runs tight so you need to go up one size from your normal.

The length to top of pockets is what it is.

That said I wear my jacket with airflow jacket under it to help air flow on hot days and to keep a layer of air trapped between me and leather on cool days. On over 90 in commuter traffic I wear just air flow. But just this combo works down to 40'.

And I wear the coat as about town all the time.

It's a great value
Mar 1, 2015
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Peter T. K: Hi Gerald,

I'm a little bigger than you at 6'3" with big arms and about a 54" chest, and i'm afraid the 3x was a bit tight with just a plain shirt underneath. For me it was not a true ¾ length that i wanted too, but maybe at your size, it would be what you want! I loved the style and workmanship, and was heartbroken to return it. It would have been perfect a bit larger! Good Luck! (with Rev's easy return process, i wouldn't hesitate to give it a shot.)
Mar 1, 2015
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Steven B: Gerald...I too am 6' with big forearms. I also am long waisted and have broad shoulders. The 44 jacket fit perfectly. I am in CA so don't wear stuff under it as the liners add enough warmth for conditions here.
My only complaint is I wish it were made better with better quality materials. I like it so well I would have gladly paid $200 more to get higher quality leather and fasteners.
Hope this helps
Feb 28, 2015
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stephen c: I don't know about the 3x size, but I doubt it will come down mid-thigh. The sizing on these are weird, at 6'3, 200lb I tried a M based on the chart, but probably should have gone with L. Neither size would have reached anywhere near mid-thigh, but perhaps the tall sizes would.

In the end I returned the jacket and went with textile/adventure jacket from Revit
Mar 1, 2015
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James G: I found the fit chart measurements to be accurate. The jacket is a little longer, but don't think it is a true 3/4 length, not going to be mid thigh at all. I find the arms snug with the built in/zip in lining, but with it zipped out layers can be added, I don't wear baggy sweatshirts though. Overall good jacket though. Mar 2, 2015
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Matthew R: Jacket does not reach mid thigh, bottom is just below jeans pockets when standing. I usually where an XL in shirts and jackets, ordered a large and it fits perfect without liner. A little snug in arms and shoulders, not bad, snug enough to keep from flapping @ speed. Great quality jacket for the money. Feb 28, 2015
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jim m: yes the jacket comes to the bottom of my jean pockets and yes plenty of room in the arms for muscle , just took mine off its a nice leather jacket ,no complaints here. Enjoy it n safe riding. Mar 2, 2015
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Rodney F: I am 6'0 and it does not come down mid thigh, I have the XL, it is probably best described as just around crotch level, hope this helps. Feb 28, 2015
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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.

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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A shopper asked: what back protector will fit in this jacket? The pocket looks quite small. I bought an S. Aug 28, 2014
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John G: I bought a large jacket and put a Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro into it. It was a fairly tight fit. I think that the Forcefield armor comes in different sizes, though.

I also put in Forcefield shoulder and elbow pads. The shoulder pads fit fine, but the pocket for the elbow pads were pretty narrow. In fact, the sleeves on the jacket are a bit tight for me, but I do have Popeye forearms. It's a good jacket.
Aug 29, 2014
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jim m: the exterior zipper on the back of mine is only for ventilation on a hot day. Watch the pockets mine starting to come undone right hand side tread breaking .Hope this helped ,still a nice jacket. Aug 29, 2014
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justin m: I cheat and in doing so extend my range if use if the jacket which I wear daily commuting 100miles round trip into Denver 12 months a year


Do this by wearing a joe rocket Pheonix Air jacket with its elbow shoulder and back pad.

What this does is when it's cooler like this morning at 50' I just zipped all my vents closed and was fine - a hair chilly but good. Then as it warms up past 90' I open more vents and the air jacket while holding a pocket of warm air when it's cooler allows air flow under the leather when it's warmer - and when it's above 90 something I bungee the leather onto bike and wear just the joe rocket air jacket ....

As it gets colder than 50 I add light fleece or wool sweaters...

I sized my jacket larger than I normally do as it runs snug

This way I also then wear lawndale as an around town coat ....

So that's how I cheat.
Aug 29, 2014
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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

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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A shopper asked: Is the fit on this jacket close to the Sonora mesh jacket? I wear a XXL in that jacket and am curious if the sleeve length and shoulder fit is similar.
Thank you
Apr 8, 2015
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K P: Hi,
I don't know the Sonora jacket so can't answer your question really.
My jacket fits me well. I am 5 foot 10 inches and usually wear size XL - XXL clothing.
My jacket is an Xl 46 and the sleeve length is about 24.5 inches long from the seam.
When standing the sleeve is at the knuckles of my hand . When riding this is slightly over my wrist, providing good cover , meeting my gloves well.
Apr 8, 2015
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Scott M: I have never worn the Sonora mesh jacket. Apr 9, 2015
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