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MICHEL L: My wife needed a new 3 season jacket and she liked Tour Master's style, features and reviews looked good. I have a Tour Master Epic and find it to be an excellent jacket as I wore it to Alaska and back in total comfort.Aug 2, 2014
Alan S: I bought two. One for me and one for my wife. She loved the style and fit.May 25, 2014
Joe T:My wife is 5' 3", 120 with broad shoulders. She wears the extra small but feels it's on the slightly snug side. So I'd say at least the medium.
We had narrowed down to a couple different brands of boots with my wife having a very specific need for the ankle spacing. I called RevZilla and after explaining the situation was forwarded to one of the female staff. She went through and tried on all of the boots we were interested in (she was the same shoe size) and reported back. This was a big help - we ordered just the right thing the first time. I'd strongly consider calling and finding someone there who has a similar build. RevZilla has great customer service before and after the sale.
A shopper asked:No back armor?? Why skimp here? I see that you recommend a couple of types of armor -- does the jacket come with a pocket or other way of affixing the armor to the jacket? The jacket seems great otherwise.Aug 18, 2014
Joe T:There is back protection - a foam, segmented panel that runs the length of the spine and I believe down over the tail bone a little. This is not ballistics grade plastic or hard rubber but certainly more than just a textile jacket. The outer layer adds some abrasion resistance so overall there is decent protection (elbow and shoulder protection is also there and harder). The foam is in pockets so you can replace/upgrade the protection. Overall my wife and I have been happy with these jackets for the price.Aug 18, 2014
Tim M:The women's T3 does have back armor. It's almost identical to the back pad from the T2. My wife has been happy with her jacket with the exception of the rubberized velcro closures for the wrists. They are bulky and don't fit under her gauntlets very well. Other than that, it's a good jacket.Aug 18, 2014
A8Fixer:Be sure to double-check the sizing chart. They seem to run very accurate. I would suggest a Small though. My wife is 5'4", 110lbs, 34" chest. She took out the jacket liner and wears her Tourmaster Synergy heated jacket liner instead. With that setup, the x-small is a snug, but comfortable fit.Apr 8, 2013
RevZilla:There is no back protection specifically designed to fit in the Tour Master Women's Transition 3 Jacket. Your best bet would be to try the Roland Sands CE Armor or the SAS-TEC Back Protector (which will require trimming).Sep 5, 2012