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The Tour Master Transition 3 Jacket
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Tour Master Transition Series 3 Jacket


  • 3/4 length 600D Carbolex and 1680D Ballistic polyester shell incorporates reflective Phoslite material panels for increased nighttime visibility
  • Waterproof, breathable Rainguard barrier allows dryness without perspiration buildup
  • Collar anchor prevents flapping when collar is open
  • Waterproof zippered three-position shoulder vents, chest vents, sleeve vents, rear exit vents and Pipeline Ventilation System for flow-through ventilation
  • Durable two-way main zipper closure with dual wind flap seals out the elements
  • Wide reflective strip across back and chest, reflective sleeve piping, reflective lower takeup strap panel, Phoslite material panels and reflective rear triangle increase nighttime visibility
  • Microfiber-lined collar and cuffs are soft, yet durable
  • Adjustable sleeve takeup straps at the forearm and bicep help to secure elbow armor and material
  • Removable, CE-approved armor at the elbow and shoulder with an articulated triple- density back protector
  • Tour Master’s Z.O.Q. (Zip-Out Quilted) liner features warming 100g poly fill insulation
  • Vertical zippered chest map pockets, pockets with a flap closure, internal media pocket, dual-zippered fanny pack and sleeve key pocket
  • Adjustable waist belts with TPR pulls help fine-tune the fit
  • Jacket/pant zipper attachment with the pant side included

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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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / XS 822425 8777-0305-03 Out of Stock
Black / SM 822426 8777-0305-04 Out of Stock
Black / MD 822427 8777-0305-05 Out of Stock
Black / LG 822428 8777-0305-06 Out of Stock
Black / XL 822429 8777-0305-07 Out of Stock
Black / 2XL 822430 8777-0305-08 Out of Stock
Black / 3XL 822431 8777-0305-09 Out of Stock
Black / 4XL 822432 8777-0305-10 Out of Stock
Black / MD (Tall) 822433 8777-0305-15 Out of Stock
Black / LG (Tall) 822434 8777-0305-16 Out of Stock
Black / XL (Tall) 822435 8777-0305-17 Out of Stock
Black / 2XL (Tall) 822436 8777-0305-18 Out of Stock
Black / 3XL (Tall) 822367 8777-0305-19 Out of Stock
Silver / XS 822373 8777-0307-03 Out of Stock
Silver / SM 822374 8777-0307-04 Out of Stock
Silver / MD 822375 8777-0307-05 Out of Stock
Silver / LG 822376 8777-0307-06 Out of Stock
Silver / XL 822377 8777-0307-07 Out of Stock
Silver / 2XL 822378 8777-0307-08 Out of Stock
Silver / 3XL 822379 8777-0307-09 Out of Stock
Silver / 4XL 822380 8777-0307-10 Out of Stock
Red / XS 822417 8777-0301-03 Out of Stock
Red / SM 822418 8777-0301-04 Out of Stock
Red / MD 822419 8777-0301-05 Out of Stock
Red / LG 822420 8777-0301-06 Out of Stock
Red / XL 822421 8777-0301-07 Out of Stock
Red / 2XL 822422 8777-0301-08 Out of Stock
Red / 3XL 822423 8777-0301-09 Out of Stock
Red / 4XL 822424 8777-0301-10 Out of Stock
Wine / XS 878582 87777-0311-03 Out of Stock
Wine / SM 878583 87777-0311-04 Out of Stock
Wine / MD 878584 87777-0311-05 Out of Stock
Wine / LG 878585 87777-0311-06 Out of Stock
Wine / XL 878586 87777-0311-07 Out of Stock
Wine / 2XL 878587 87777-0311-08 Out of Stock
Steel Blue / XS 822386 8777-0312-03 Out of Stock
Steel Blue / SM 822387 8777-0312-04 Out of Stock
Steel Blue / MD 822388 8777-0312-05 Out of Stock
Steel Blue / LG 822389 8777-0312-06 Out of Stock
Steel Blue / XL 822390 8777-0312-07 Out of Stock
Steel Blue / 2XL 822391 8777-0312-08 Out of Stock
Steel Blue / 3XL 822392 8777-0312-09 Out of Stock
Steel Blue / 4XL 822393 8777-0312-10 Out of Stock


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Tour Master Transition 3 Jacket 4.4 5 118 118
FXRG killer I loved the idea of not having to have multiple jackets, and think ahead of your trip, is it going to rain? Is it going to warm up? This eliminates having to make those choices because it is every single jacket that you need to own in one. The fit is spot on, perfectly snug in the shoulders and arms, with a little extra space in the chest and waist, enough to fit a sweater underneath, although I've been out in mid-40's and with the liner alone I've been totally comfortable. Without the liner the jacket is light and the vent scoops move a huge amount of air. The vents do go through the lining in the jacket so you do get air on skin. The only downside to the venting system is that the openings are entirely covered by a vest if you choose to wear one when you ride, although I don't see how they could have avoided that issue when designing them. I've only tested the waterproofing in light rain but it has performed very well. The features of this jacket really blow me away. Tour Master has really thought this jacket through, both on and off the bike, it is very comfortable, at 6'8" 200lbs with a 42" chest I thought the fit was going to be difficult, but the LGT is perfect, and the waist straps allow you to dial in the fit, I have a very skinny frame and I have not had any issues with wind coming up from my waist. The build quality is outstanding, the material feels very heavy duty, and I look forward to years of continued use! October 19, 2015
Great Protection at Competitive Price! I currently own a 2009 Ninja ZX6R. I’m 5’8”, 170 lbs with athletic, muscled build. I’m 47 years young and have been an avid rider of trails, tracks, and traffic since the age of eight. I have ridden in this gear for a week now during my daily work commute to offer a credible review and help qualify my impressions for the benefit of those reading. My daily ride totals 32 miles round trip with roughly a dozen traffic lights and open highway speeds (55 mph posted, and maybe 25 -30 mph added at times to support my thorough data collection…). My morning runs were made at 6:30 while still dark out, average temps 51F with low 49F. Afternoon departure was 5:30 with average temp 76F and high of 80F. Tour Master Transition 4 Jacket; Hi-Viz/Black, Medium. I’m not sure that I could have squeezed my shoulders into a small, but the medium gives me good room with the shoulder design that will allow me to wear adequate under layers when the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia temps dip very soon. The cuffs, front closure, and collar are all very comfortable with soft lining and Velcro closures to keep everything properly and securely fastened. I wanted a solid, water resistant, functional four season jacket with removable armor, liner, and overall safety in mind at an affordable price. This jacket is perfect in every way for what I wanted and offers impressive quality at this price. I wore this jacket all week with the liner removed and only a collared golf shirt underneath. Even with a 31 degree swing in temperatures, I was never uncomfortably cold nor hot. I would offer, however, that were I riding in this jacket in temps 85F or higher without steady wind flow, it would likely be uncomfortably hot. I had already planned to buy another mesh jacket specifically for the mid-summer duties when considering my purchase. The visibility during pre-dawn commutes and late evening runs is excellent. In addition to the morning ride, I did wear the jacket every afternoon including the day that reached 80F. The vent system did a fantastic job flowing air while at highway speeds. The front, lateral shoulder vent system on this garment is very functional, maybe even too much so if ‘spirited’ riding is your thing. At speeds above 70mph (again, for test evaluation only), with both front and rear vents fully opened, the jacket flows so much air that the drag is noticeable while on my sport bike. Maybe on bikes with a taller wind screen, this would not be so apparent. That being the only point of mention, I have no negative feedback, and offer this product a highly favorable recommendation. I would absolutely buy this jacket again. Considering the price versus functionality and quality, I consider this a steal. Safe Riding! October 16, 2015
Great airflow Got the jacket and 3 days later headed out for Alaska, 9500 miles. I had temps from 40 to 95, with electric lining it was warm. Just got back from Tx 2500 miles in 4 days. Really hot I actually think with the scoop vents open it is cooler than my mesh jacket. I am very happy it fits perfect has good airflow on my bike which has a medium size windshield. The lining is never going to be used I use a nice jacket liner from a previous jacket that doubles as my walk around jacket. For light rains showers it keeps the water out . I have a rain suit for those all day rains. I had a little trouble getting the hang of the zipper but now that it is broke in, it zips right up first time. This one will be around a long time. August 31, 2015
good for the price Like others have said, the main zipper sucks. Very hard to get it started. I am getting used to it. Almost returned the jacket but the only other one I like costs more than twice as much. August 24, 2015
Big guy big jacket comfortable jacket I will update after more rides but so far: Pros: Fits large guys I am 6' 325 and the 5xl fits a little loose. Plenty of pockets including a key/small document pocket on the left forearm. Lots of insulation and very flexible armor. I will disagree with some of other reviewers though theirs is for the 3 and mine the 4 so may be why# it is a heavy jacket. I wanted a winter jacket and this fits the bill. I rode tonight in 53 degree at speeds up to 70 and no chill. I actually considered taking out the liner it was warm. Several of my coworkers have commented that it looks good. cons: the neck roll is a little thick but I adjusted to it after about 15 miles so.. also the removable neck wrap takes some adjusting to but is removable so very minor. I chose to leave it in and after a couple of tries was able to make it comfortable. Final thoughts #for now# A good buy and well worth it! I hope to upload a video or pics in near future. October 5, 2015
I like this jacket I have had good luck with Tourmaster products in the past and given the price of this jacket is was worth checking it out. So far I have not been disappointed. I live in a northern climate and the jacket is warm and the venting works well when it is warmer. I have not ridden with it in the rain yet, but given the quality, I think it will be just fine. July 28, 2015
Felt like it was out to choke me! I'm sorry to say that this jacket was bought & returned the same day. It felt and looked great in the store, but when I sat on my bike, it was immediately pushed up and the collar jammed into my neck and adam's apple with a vengeance! I tried riding around a little and it only got worse. The faster I went, up to about 50, the more the pressure increased. I finally said "screw this" and returned it for a refund. Surely, this is an isolated incident and must have something to do with the way I'm built, but I seem to be about average height, weight, build etc. but for me it was a no-go from the get-go. I really wanted to like this jacket, since I loved the look and features, and I was very sorry that I had to return it. July 9, 2015
Very nice jacket! Highly recommend! Received the jacket today! Incredibly fast shipping, and I mean INCREDIBLY fast! Jacket fit is right on. I usually wear a medium and this medium fit just right. Jacket is very comfortable and light, but seems very very well made and should hold up well in lower temps and will be comfortable off the bike. I have not ridden with it on just yet, but am already quite impressed. July 8, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
BOB W: I like Tour Master and I like Revzilla. Can't hardly beat the price for Tour Master products. And you can not beat the price that Revzilla has on all merchandise. Sep 26, 2015
Gregory L: I wanted a three-season jacket and, using your videos, I decided this one offered the best value. After 2 years I know that I chose well. Sep 12, 2015
Bryan H: Had all the features I wanted along with a great sale price. Good reviews. Sep 3, 2015
Ricardo G: Great but not for heat wheater Jul 23, 2015
Dale L: Great Jacket good price Jul 23, 2015
Donald D: I wanted a 3 season option. Jun 2, 2015
James L P: Wonderful Apr 27, 2015
Dale L: I chose this jacket because I had one before and it served me well!! Apr 24, 2015
Gerard M: A friend purchased a coat from this site and was pleased with it for the quality and price. Mar 27, 2015
Don W: Reviews on-line, your detailed video, matches my bike and finally "Bang For the buck!" Feb 9, 2015
Aidan H: Recommended by revzilla staff, looks like exactly what I need. Tried one on and it feels good. Jan 30, 2015
Robert D: For the air vents! I live in Florida! Have not used much yet but first impression is great! Good quality and lots of zippered vents. Jan 19, 2015
Matthew M: I needed a 4 season jacket for commuting and the Tour Master seems to be the best jacket for the money Dec 29, 2014
Clinton B: I was looking for a winter jacket that was also waterproof. Dec 3, 2014
ROBERT L: Tried one on . Good fit. Highly rated for price. Nov 19, 2014
Ramon Y: I've had a chance to try it on and I like he fit and the protection it provides. I also like the fact that the lining can be removed. It fits well. Nov 18, 2014
Dynie m: My son in law has a bike and my daughter wanted him to have this one so merry christmss jimmy. Nov 16, 2014
RAMIRO R: Flexibility Oct 21, 2014
Joseph W: Had everything I was looking for in a jacket: protection, 3-4 season riding, waterproof. Oct 16, 2014
Silas D: I've had a Tour Master Transition jacket for about 7 years now. Put about 8000 touring miles on it. Super comfortable and versatile for any weather. The tall sizes are great for long arms. Nice jacket for the price. Utilitarian and provides great protection from the elements. Gearing my dad up for his 70th birthday. I got him this jacket since it has worked so well for me for so long. Sep 30, 2014
Mark W: It is what I was looking for in my budget. RevZillaTV is a great source of information when looking to make a purchase and RevZilla has a wide selection from which to choose. Sep 26, 2014
Brian A: Price vs features Sep 21, 2014
Michael P: talked to another rider who raved about the jacket. I ordered on and he was right. Great. I can even wear it when the weather is warm. Sep 9, 2014
Ernest P: I'm 6'6" tall and weigh 290 pounds. I need a high visibility four season jacket that gives me room to move. After watching the review and seeing the price, I couldn't pass on this one. I normally wear 2XLT shirts. A 3XLT jacket should fit just big enough to go over sweaters, etc. I really like the zip in/out liner feature with the storage pouch in the back. Will work well with the unstable weather out here in Oklahoma. Aug 24, 2014
William C: Recommended by co-worker/friends. Aug 23, 2014
Dwayne H: Good price, and brand name. Aug 21, 2014
Hillary L: I already have this jacket and love it. It has served me well from the swamps of South Louisiana to the Summit of Pike's Peak. The July heat of North Texas and the October rains of North Carolina have not fazed it. So, I bought one for my Dad. Aug 16, 2014
ned a: Well one thing it's all season jacket I like the style and color wine matches my shoei helmet and can be upgradable for protection
And it's well vented .I've listen to video took me a whole lot of Video watching before I came to my Decision and decided to go with this jacket . Thank you revzilla for fast delivery
Aug 15, 2014
Edward G: I read nothing but great reviews. I wanted something that would span at least fall, winter and spring, but that could also shed the liner and have some airflow on summer days when its chilly in the am but summer temps in the afternoon. Aug 12, 2014
Bill H: adjustability, water proof, 3+ seasons, hoping it will work for light rain on short commute, visibility features, extra pockets... et al. I'm using it for commute and added a rain pant for tossing on under the bridge. Was torn between a more knarly armored jacket and this _ multipurpose, but I do venture out when others would not. Jul 30, 2014
Kyle S: Comfortable, versatile, and a good price. Jul 10, 2014
Matthew B: Had the transition 2, great jacket. After 2 years and a wreck, finally time to retire it. Jul 4, 2014
Douglas M: My son told me to Jun 26, 2014
Jerome C: Video review Jun 12, 2014
TOM I: Look, Price and 4 season Jun 4, 2014
Renzo V: I had a Tourmaster Transition Series 2 jacket and I want a replace after 4 years of heavy usage. About 7.500 miles per year on my bike. The Series 2 was really good for low and high temperatures. A 4-season jacket and I thjink that Series 3 will have a lot of improvements. May 26, 2014
Alan S: I purchased this jacket because I had a Tourmaster Saber jacket for years and had it all over the U.S and Canada. The Saber was a great jacket. It was time to retire my old friend. I liked the style and fit of the Transitions 3 and read up on the reviews. I purchased one for myself and my wife. Hi-Viz May 25, 2014
Dan W: Price, Style and reviews from Revzilla May 23, 2014
THOMAS M: Quality and fit May 9, 2014
Donald D: 4 Season - High Vis, Reviews and video breakdown Apr 26, 2014
Kevin R: Looks, length, adjustable fit, bang for the buck. Apr 24, 2014
Mark L: I was looking for an all weather jacket with safety features and after having positive experiences with Tour Master in the past, this looked like the best buy. Apr 14, 2014
William S: Your description makes it seem like I have a reasonable chance to get this to fit. Seems like there is good value. Let you know if I was wrong. Apr 13, 2014
Mark C: The concept of it that I can wear it 4 seasons. Apr 8, 2014
Michael Q S: Needed a replacement touring jacket and this brand (Tour Master) seems to know what touring/adventure riders need and appreciate. Mar 31, 2014
Patrick A: Why did I choose this jacket? Comfort, fit and performance. My entire family rides,, and we ride in all weather conditions, from desert heat to snow and freezing rain in the CO Passes. My wife got one of these jackets last year just prior to an extended off-pavement trip. We rode for almost two weeks in miserable weather. Heavy rain, sleet, freezing rain and snow. The jacket works. It is soft and comfy. I am 6'2" 235 49" chest. The XXL fits just right. Mar 19, 2014
V D: Tried one on and liked the fit. They run a little small in my opinion, so I needed the XL even though most other garments would be a lg. Mar 18, 2014
Tony D: bang for the buck, spoke with CS @ Revzilla and agreed good starting point for novice adventure/tour I descibed Mar 5, 2014
Corey H: I have had Tour Master in the past and I am a year round rider. Tour Master is a great company and I know I will get a great year round product. Mar 1, 2014
Garry S: I chose the Transition 3 to replace my damaged Transition 2, which protected me well from a recent accident where a motorist broadsided me. The old Jacket served me well for 4 years and over 100,000 miles and I expect the same from the new one. Feb 6, 2014
James M: gift Jan 25, 2014
F R: Great jacket, keeps me dry & warm. Jan 9, 2014
Barry R: Really good ventilation, I haven't tested the crash survivability but it seems like it would help a lot in a crash. Lots of handy pockets. Dec 23, 2013
John B: Looks like a great value. We'll see. Dec 7, 2013
Andrew B: Great value and versatility Nov 14, 2013
J I: Warmth plus protection Oct 29, 2013
Richard G: Best value for the $$ Oct 22, 2013
Jose d: Bought a transition for my wife not long ago and liked it. I need a three season jacket and this one seems fairly priced. again tourmaster fit is better for me tham most. Seems that most brands only care to sell to people over 6" tall. Sep 19, 2013
Andrea M: To be more visible and to be as cool as my wife!!! Sep 9, 2013
A shopper asked: Where is this made? Jul 17, 2014
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William A: The tag says "Made in Bangladesh." Mine had no manufacturing defects; in fact I'd say it was put together pretty well. Jul 17, 2014
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Joseph C: The tag on mine says made in Bangladesh. Seems like a quality jacket for the cost. Jul 18, 2014
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David C: Mine was made in Bangladesh

Btw I love this jacket!
Jul 17, 2014
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zakharria B: Jacket is made in Bangladesh Jul 18, 2014
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A S asked: Should I buy this jacket to my exact measurements or go one size larger? Mar 16, 2014
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Tim H: I bought exactly the same size I normally would LT and it fit perfect with all the liners installed. For most winter riding I would only wear a long sleeve jersey underneath and it felt fine. If it was bitter cold I would add a fleece jacket underneath and there was still room for that. I'm tall and slender though. May 10, 2014
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Charles R: I own this jacket and I bought it for cold weather riding. I recommend leaving room to layer underneath because you will most likely wear it in cooler weather. There are snaps to cinch on the arms and waist if it is too baggy. Mar 16, 2014
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Donald J: I recommend one size bigger. I found it to be just a bit tight, especially if I wanted to layer under it. Mar 16, 2014
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Danny G: nice jacket, fits perfect, Love it. Mar 16, 2014
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Richard H asked: What Tour Master pant would offer the same 3.5 season and style characteristics as the Transition 3 Jacket? Nov 18, 2013
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Charles R: I bought the Tour Master Venture Air Pants at the same time as my Tour Master Transition 3 Jacket. The color scheme is similar and the back zips right in. The Tour Master Venture Air Pants are designed to be an overpant that I wear over my jeans and chinos to work. The outer layer is breathable mesh with hip-height side zippers and velcro flap enclosure. The pants also have two removable nested inner liners that zip into the waist and snap into mid calf. The middle liner is the waterproof liner what also include side zips for putting over a boot. This layer also does a great job at stopping the wind. The innermost layer is the insulated later that stops mid calf. You can easily transition to hot, warm, cool, and cold weather with the 3 layer options. For example I remove both inner layers for the summer and rock just the mesh. I put in the rain layer for fall and spring. If I ride on cooler days around freezing I put in the 3rd insulating layer. YMMV Nov 18, 2013
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Steven H: Hay Richard,
I did not buy Tour Master Pants. I bought over pants and they kept me warm when the temp got down into the low 30's in the Rocky Mountains.
They were very hot when the temp got into the 60's and I had to keep taking them on and off. If you ride a bike without a windshield and fairing I would suggest a electric shirt and pants this will give you the ability to adjust your comfort level. They are expensive but you will never ever be cold or hot again.
Nov 19, 2013
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Blake N: I don't know - I already had an all-season riding pant I've been using for years, so I didn't look at the Tour Master offerings. Nov 18, 2013
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Duane B: I'm not sure because i use a first gear pants. Nov 18, 2013
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A shopper asked: I love the info about this jacket, but I am concerned about the collar. Does the collar close tight enough to keep out rain? Sep 30, 2015
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Per K: Wish I could answer the question. I live in southern California and haven’t seen much of rain since I bought the jacket. Good cover for wind. Hope springs eternal; maybe El Ninjo will show up this year, and i will get to try it out in some rain? Sep 30, 2015
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Mark G: In a light rain or behind a wind screen but in heavier conditions you should look at buying a tour master elite 3.0 rainsuit jacket that is oversized to fit over the riding jacket. Sep 30, 2015
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Dave C: Look for the new Transition 4 jacket; it includes a secondary collar and even a hood to help keep rain out. The Revzilla review video demonstrates the secondary collar. Nov 7, 2015
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A shopper asked: Good day, this jackets is 100% waterproof? i dont like the rain liner,i need a jacekt 100% waterproof Nov 4, 2014
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Robert R: The waterproof liner is NOT removable. It is sewn in as part of the jacket. The thermal liner is removable.

Regardless, I've found the jacket to be as waterproof as a sponge. A steady rain and your arms will be wet within short order.
Jun 1, 2015
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Shirley W: I wore this jacket on a trip to Alaska. It worked well for me. I did not carry a separate rain suit jacket. Dec 31, 2014
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Jay Z: Jacket has a waterproof removable liner. The outer material of the jacket is not waterproof. good Nov 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: the size chart says im a small but im about 5'10'' and 209lb i thought i would be about a large at least what should i get? Jul 23, 2014
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DAVID S: I'm 5' 11" and 235 lbs. The chart says I was a large based on chest size. There was a bike show in town and one of the vendors had a lot of Transition III jackets (but not the colour I wanted) I tried on a large but it was too small - tight around the waist and chest. The XL fit just right so I ordered the size and the colour I wanted from Revzilla. Very happy with the jacket. If I was 20 lbs lighter, I would fit into a large. Hope this helps... Jul 23, 2014
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Brian B: Forgive The Caps, The Form Is Autocorrecting. I Bought The Same Jacket Over A Year Ago. I Am 5'11" And 220Lbs. The Size Chart SaidIwould Fit A Medium, but I Went With The Large. It Was A Perfect Fit. I Use The Jacket For Daily Commutes To Work And Multi Day Adventure RidingOn A KLR650. Awesome Quality And Versatility. Jul 23, 2014
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Stephen S: I am 200 pounds 5/10 40 inch chest 34 inch waist and a large fit me perfect . Jul 23, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm about to buy a tourmaster Transition 3 jacket. I presently have a Fulmer 4x something which is sized perfectly. Do I also order a Tourmaster Transition 3 jacket in a 4x size? Jun 2, 2014
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Charles R: I'm a 44 Long suit size so I went right off the size chart and did fine. No skimping on the materials, plenty of arm length and chest size. Really liked the jacket and pants, have worn the heck out of them, commuting and treks, zipper pull fell off, added a little round key ring to substitute, works fine. Same prob on my other TM jacket. Jun 5, 2014
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Dave A W: Don't know I'm 6'5" 220lbs ordered the 2x and it fit me ok. Usually the sleeve length is my problem. They're good but could have used a smaller size in the body cause it flaps at speed. Not good for high speed but flows great air while cruising. Jun 4, 2014
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Steven H: I purchased a large and it fit me perfect Jun 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm looking for a good jacket for fall weather riding in upstate NY. Temperatures are usually 50°+ outside. Would this be a good choice or can anyone recommend something that will keep me warm? Aug 23, 2015
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Blake N: I ride in CO year round with the jacket - if the temps get too low I use heated gear - but for Fall temps in the 50 range, I think you would be fine.

The zip in liner is very effective as are the vents - gives you a good range of comfort.
Aug 23, 2015
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Steve V: This jacket is comfortable down to 35 deg F. Above 80 it is a little hot. Good jacket. Aug 23, 2015
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A shopper asked: Does this jacket have spring style snaps that won't wear out? May 1, 2015
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Jason W: I've had this jacket for two years now. The only issues I've had are the Velcro on the cuff cinches started to come off, and the Velcro tab that holds the collar open for warmer riding temps gave out early on. The snaps and all other Velcro has held up great. I highly recommend for autumn, winter, spring riding. Get something cooler for summer. May 1, 2015
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Joseph L: If you mean the type of (usually) red snap found on Fulmer Helmet's chin straps, no. The T3 jackets use mostly use an aggressive hook-and-loop with zippered front, vents and pockets. May 5, 2015
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Jacob R asked: I'm thinking of buying this jacket to replace my old Cortech HRX 2. That one is a large (44" chest) and feels a bit baggy on me.

My chest is 42" and I'm 6'3. Should I go Med Tall or Large Tall? I want to have a bit of room under the jacket in case I wear a thicker shirt, but don't want it baggy. How tight does the 42" fit on a person with a 42" chest?
Oct 9, 2013
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Charles R: I ended up getting this jacket in a size larger than I would normally after trying both the XL and XXL sizes because I wanted to layer underneath and not feel constructed. There are snaps on the arms and waist cinch to tweak the size down if needed. Oct 9, 2013
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David M: I'm 5'11 and wear a Med in this jacket. Also a size 42 about 185lbs so I'd say Med Tall should work. Mine isn't too baggy and room for a sweatshirt if needed. Great jacket too. Oct 10, 2013
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A shopper asked: What upgrade back protectors will fit this jacket ? Feb 10, 2013
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Bill S: I just ordered the Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro in style/size 002 after measuring the pocket and talking to a Revzilla rep. May 8, 2014
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RevZilla: While there is no direct upgrade, many of our customers have had success by trimming either the SAS-TEC or Klim Viper d3o back protectors to fit the shape of the Tourmaster pocket. Feb 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: I like the look and features of this jacket, and was wondering if it would be an OK jacket for summer time use? The info mentions it is a 4-season, but it also mentions that it only has direct vents to the body in the shoulder area, not the chest area. I plan on riding March thru late October, and its the summer months when the temps can get up t the mid 90's that worry me the most with this jacket. Jan 19, 2013
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RevZilla: This jacket is more suited for cooler weather riding. Perhaps a better product would be the REV'IT! Ignition 2 Jacket. The large mesh panels on this garment allow for great air flow in warmer temperatures and the waterproof liner and thermal body warmer will help out in the cooler temps. Jan 21, 2013
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katearoo: The Alter Ego has the armor in a completely mesh jacket. Don't think you could wear much less and still be protected. I think the vents you are reading about are in the wind/rain jacket that you can wear over the top. It also has a vest that you can take out. Jan 21, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is the Tour Master Venture compatible with the Transition 3. What other pants are available for this jacket? Nov 16, 2012
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Finja: I'm using the Tour Master Cortech Flex Pant. Works well. They zip together. Feb 25, 2013
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RevZilla: The Tour Master Venture pants are compatible with the Transition 3 jacket. They both have an 8 inch zipper to attach to each other. The Tour Master Caliber Pants are another option that will securely attach to the Transition 3 jacket. Nov 20, 2012
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A shopper asked: I'm 42 chest and 109lb what size should I get? Jul 23, 2014
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Tony P: Good question. I'm a bit bigger than you at 150 pounds and the Mens Small (32) fits me nicely. So you're definitely looking at an XS.

Hope this helps!
Aug 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: I recently purchased this jacket and would like to replace the existing foam back pad with a CE approved rigid type back pad. However, the existing pad and sewn in pocket are a rather unusual shape. Is there any CE back pads you would recommend that would fit this jacket well? Jul 11, 2014
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Jay Z: I did purchase the Icon D30 back protector and cut it to fit in the Transition Jacket. Works fine. Jul 11, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi I have had this jacket for two seasons and I like it but my main zipper pull snapped off. Do you guys sell any replacement zipper pulls? Mar 24, 2014
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john s: Funny thing that he asked that question. The same thing happened to my jacket. i glued it back but that didn't work. Apr 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: Besides the hood and the back support belt, what is the difference between the Transitrion 3 and the Epic? Apr 26, 2012
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RevZilla: The Transition 3 and the Epic from Tourmaster are very similar apart from the differences you mentioned. Additionally, the Epic uses Thinsulate insulation for its liner. May 16, 2012
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ned a asked: I have tour master transition 3 I like to know what upgrade can I use for the back & which pants
can I also use ?
thank you
Aug 28, 2014
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