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I love it!
As someone that lives in the middle of Texas, I'm constantly having to deal with the weather being scalding hot one day, and freezing the next. Luckily, this jacket works wonders for both situations! I've been driving in 50 degree weather with this jacket with the inside lining and I've stayed nice and toasty for the entire trip. Take out the lining and ta-dah! You're ready to deal with 108 degree weather.
As for sizing, I normally wear large and I'm about 6'0" and the extra large is what what did it for me, so if I were you, I would pick a size larger that what you would normally wear.
My only complaint is that I wish that it would come with the shoulder, etc. armor already in the jacket, but we can't have everything, right? =-) I have yet to see how this carbolex material would do in a crash (thankfully), however, if it's a textile jacket you want, this is the one to go with!
One more thing! You can't see it in the picture, but there's this patch on the right arm that I find slightly annoying with two skulls over the text "Pokerun". I ended up taking it out, but just though anyone reading this might want to know it's there.
November 7, 2011
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Matt P:Yes, Pockets in the shoulders, elbows, and back. I swapped the elbow and shoulder armor out of an older jacket (a Cortech LNX), so those seem to be a "standard" size. The Pocket for the back, which I didn't switch out yet, is around 14" tall by 10" wide at the widest point. The shape is the usual "kite" shape, where the widest point is roughly 1/3 of the way up and tapers to around 6" at the top and bottom.
I asked similar questions about the back armor for a different jacket, and the advice was that if you needed to, you could trim the back pad with scissors. The only disadvantage is the foam will hold some water if it gets wet if you cut it. Hope some of this helps!Mar 15, 2014