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Features:

  • 3/4 length 600 Denier Carbolex and 1680 Denier 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 & 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
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Tour Master Women's Transition 3 Jacket 4.9 5 16 16
My Jacket I thought it was time to upgrade my jacket for cool weather. I was this one. And really like it I am about 5'4' I order the XL. And It fit just great. If your on a budget. This one a keeper September 24, 2014
My wife loves her jacket It does everything she wanted it to do. Fit, comfort, function, quality, price. August 11, 2014
Warm, visible, and comfortable I was in the market for a new cold weather jacket. I wanted a 3/4 length, hi-vis textile jacket that could handle the "cold in the morning, warm in the afternoon" aspect of the typical SE Texas winter/spring. What I found, in my price range, was the Tour Master Transition 3. I've purchased Tour Master before, so I knew it would fit well, but how well would it keep me warm? Very well, actually. My first chilly commute was at 34 degrees F. With the addition of my cold weather pants and heated grips, I got to work comfortably and much warmer than I did wearing my leather jacket. This is not my first Tour Master product, so I expected (and think I have) the same quality I am used to. I feel protected without feeling like Randy from "A Christmas Story." The jacket fits me well without restricting movement, even after I tweaked the fit using the sleeve snaps and waist straps. I haven't had the jacket long enough to comment on the durability, but I'm hoping it lives up to the longevity of my other Tour Master products. February 17, 2014
Comfy and warm My previous cool/cold weather jacket was heavy and stiff. This Transition 3 jacket is so comfortable, I want to wear it to bed. The sleeves are long enough and it covers the small of my back. It cinches in at the waist, keeping air drafts out. I haven't had a chance to try out the air vents because the weather is cooler now, but it's been comfortable from 45F - 75F so far. October 28, 2013
WOW! Excellent Purchase..... With my dear wife by my side I write this review. The jacket itself is well constructed and thought out. Although it could be used year around it's primarly a colder weather jacket. The garment fits just a little large, possibly part of the design for layering. Her choice was the "HI-Vis" for safety reasons and I have to say "it's nice". When you ride the "High Deserts" of Nevada you need gear that can that can hold up. The 60mph. winds on the "ET", extraterrestrial highway, around Area 51 proved to be no match for this jacket. SHE STAYED WARM. October 28, 2013
Nice product Purchased this jacket specifically for actual dual sport riding with an upcoming trip on the Colorado Backcountry Discovery Route in mind. The jacket arrive in a timely manner as we've come to expect from Revzilla. First impressions were that the jacket material was somewhat softer and more pliable than several other similar waterproof "Adventure" jackets that we have in the family. The quality of construction looks very good. Nice consistent stitching lines and fabric margins on the seams with virtually no seam puckering or gathering was noted by the rider, a very experienced seamstress/quilter. Fit was as indicated on the sizing chart. This jacket does appear to have been designed for a woman's shape, not just modified from a men's jacket. We put this jacket to the test during a 10-day ride across Colorado, with 8-days spent mostly off-pavement in very marginal weather conditions. We had lots of rain, freezing rain, hail, larger hail as well as some snow during this trip. But mostly lots of rain ranging from constant drizzle to heavy driving rain. The jacket did a good job of keeping the rider dry and warm. No jacket is absolutely waterproof, but this one came close to being completely dry with only some leakage up the wrists and through vents accidentally left open. The jacket dried fairly quickly overnight when hung in motel rooms. It showed no color running or bleeding in spite of being very soaked day after day. The jacket also softened up and became even more flexible with use. It is much softer and feels much more pliable than 2 similar competitors jackets that have about 3 times the use including being used on the same trip. The other jackets are also is priced quite a bit higher than this Transition 3. The jacket does breath fairly well in warm weather if you get all the vents open. It does get warm pretty quickly when stopped, but that is the same for all of these type of jackets. After day after day of rain, lots of mud, several minor "off's" and constant wear, the jacket showed no signs of wear or failure. A good machine washing on gentle cycle and the jacket looks virtually new. The gooey dark mud all washed right out. Our overall review of this jacket is very positive. Good materials and construction, good workmanship, and performance in very wet weather that seems to live up to advertisements. The real plus is the softness and comfort compared to similar jackets. We use our gear hard, and will try to remember to post a follow-up review in 6-months or so when we would expect to start seeing any quality issues crop up (if there are any). September 16, 2013
Great value & very visible on the road I bought this jacket for my wife to match mine (same jacket but the male version). I wanted the hi-vis version because we're much more into being seen than being fashionable. That said, it still looks great on her. The contrast of hi-vis & black is really sharp. April 8, 2013
Great touring jacket which will increase your visibility. This jacket fits like a glove. Full liner is removable for warmer days. Tons of pockets, full venting system. Love the safety colors and the refective areas on each side, front and back of the jacket. Safety, comfort, convenience, warmth, and stylish--is why I love this jacket. April 3, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Phil and Lori E: 3.5 season flexibility, price and quality. Oct 25, 2014
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
Art P: Based on reviews May 12, 2014
Eyal E: I had one like that for myself Feb 23, 2014
ken m: ..looks good and seems to offer style and effectiveness.
Cheers K
Jan 13, 2014
Pamela T: high quality, cold season jacket and Hi-viz Sep 17, 2013
Andrea M: To be more Visible and its super nice. I like it better than my leather jacket. Sep 9, 2013
A shopper asked: I am 6 feet, 140, with broader shoulders. Not sure if I should get the small or medium? May 10, 2014
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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.

Good luck!
May 10, 2014
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barry y: Sorry--Can't help much on this question.

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May 11, 2014
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chris c: medium May 16, 2014
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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
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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
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Timothy 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
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A shopper asked: I'm 5'0", 130 lbs with more of an hourglass figure. 36" chest, thinner waist, wider hips and 18" sleeves. Would a women's XSM or SM be a better fit? Sep 2, 2012
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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
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Loffkat: definitely a small. i'm 5'2 and other specs about the same. Sep 3, 2012
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A shopper asked: What back armor upgrade will fit the women's Transition 3 xl jacket. Also what pants mate to the zipper in the jacket. Sep 3, 2012
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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
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