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Tour Master Epic Jacket - HiViz

  • The Three Quarter Length 600 Denier Carbolex® and 600 Denier Ballistic Polyester shell incorporates reflective Phoslite® material panels for strength and increased nighttime visibility
  • Features an Aqua-Barrier under-the helmet hood to eliminate seepage in the collar area; The hood easily stows. in a hidden collar pocket
  • A waterproof and breathable Rainguard® barrier allows rain protection without perspiration buildup
  • Collar anchor snap eliminates flapping while collar is open
  • Integrated kidney and back support belt easily deploys or stows from a hidden sleeve
  • Waterproof zippered 3-position shoulder vents combine with chest vents, sleeve vents, rear exit vents and the Pipeline. Ventilation System to provide flow-through ventilation
  • Durable two-way main zipper closure with dual wind flap seals out the elements
  • Phoslite® dark reflective piping and wide strips across the back, Phoslite® material panels and Tour Master’s signature reflective rear triangle increase nighttime visibility
  • The fleece lined collar and cuffs are soft, yet durable
  • Adjustable sleeve take-up 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 removable liner features warming 80g Thinsulate™ insulation
  • Vertical zippered chest map pockets, zippered hand warmer pockets with flap closure bellows pockets, internal media pocket and a dual zippered fanny pack
  • Adjustable waist belts, with TPR pulls help to fine tune the fit
  • Includes a jacket/pant zipper attachment with the pant side included
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Tour Master Epic Jacket - Hi Viz 4.6 5 57 57
Disappointed in this TourMaster jacket after a year... I had high hopes for this jacket. After much research, this looked like a great value for my new jacket. I bought it on sale at a great price and of course the RevZilla service has been speedy and awesome. The jacket has great style and I have received many complements on the visibility. The jacket is waterproof and warm with the liner installed. My coldest ride was in the mid-forties and the jacket did well. I feel like it offers average protection because it is thick and heavy, similar to other products available. However, the jacket falls short for me in a few areas. The arms are incredibly tight, even without the liner installed. At first I thought it was snug and would loosen up over time, but after nearly a year, this hasn't happened. I'm average build. I don't have Popeye forearms, but the jacket sleeves are squeezing my forearms and it's uncomfortable. The other major issue is venting. I can't get enough air through this jacket for the warm and humid Florida summers. I had to return to my full mesh jacket. This one was just too hot. Finally, the expandable material on the external sleeves is fraying and coming apart simply from highway wind exposure. This is not my first TourMaster product, but it might be my last. After a year, I'm looking for a replacement jacket. August 15, 2013
This product comes apart easily The Velcro comes apart. Its only glued. I've had this Jacket only 3 months, I haven't wore it every day because of the hot weather, poor ventilation. The Velcro straps are already coming apart. I would not recommend this Jacket. August 12, 2013
Amazing Great jacket! First time I wore it temps went from sunny and 75 to 50 degrees and raining, the jacket worked prefect! I didn't get wet or cold. Later in the weekend I removed the liner and opened the vents and it worked great. It was a buy. July 22, 2013
GREAT jacket! Fantastic jacket for the price. I bought this as my first touring jacket and will hopefully have it for years to come. I bought the hi-viz color, and let me tell you - you'll definitely never go missed by motorist again. It may not be the sexiest, contour-hugging jacket you'll come across, but that wasn't what I was expecting from a 3/4 length touring jacket. So far after a few weeks it has withstood normal abuse and doesn't seem like it is showing signs of any weakness. The armor is well placed and sturdy. The venting system is amazing, I've riden this in cool weather as well as steamy-hot days and it's worked great. The zippers can get stuck sometimes which is a pain, but with a little working they're good again. I'll probably just lube them with some graphite. I live in the mountains of WNC and the weather can change from cold & wet in the morning, to hot in the afternoon with rain showers in between. This jacket has tackled it all very well and I believe it will continue to do so. I run a size medium in 99% of everything I own and wear, and this was no exception. Medium fit right on the dot and I still have room to put a couple thin layers. If I planned on putting heavy layers underneath it'd probably be a bit tight, but I don't really think I'll need to unless it's blisteringly cold. May 14, 2013
Excellent jacket, excellent price Tourmaster epic jacket in hiviz is a no-brainer purchase if you are looking for a feature laden jacket at a very reasonable price. Watch the video and tell me this jacket does not meet the definition of 'bang for the buck'. Five Stars all day long. Looking forward to many dry and safe rides with the Tourmaster Epic hi viz jacket. As always Revzilla delivers on their promise of customer service and also honored a price match on this jacket. Buy with confidence. Revzilla is my motorcycle gear store. April 15, 2013
Warm and Visible I comute to work year round and bought this jacket for the colder months. I have ridden in temps d at 24F with a t shirt and fleece pullover with no problems. With the vents all zipped there is minor air infiltration around the chest. as for water intrusion I have only been in light rain with no problems. The high vis is what I really like. This thing almost glows. The picture on the web site does not do it justice. I have had numerous comments from motorists at stop lights on the visibility of the coat. (day and night). The sizing is correct but I purchased one size bigger so I can layer in really cold stuff. As mentioned the forearms are a little tight. Also the forearm zippers are continually getting stuck in the liner fabric. To prevent this I place my thumb behind the zipper when zipping. For the price this is a good deal. I will buy another unless the durability long term is lacking. December 7, 2012
Great winter jacket. Bought this jacket for riding this winter in So Cal, this jacket is meant to be wear with a thin warmer underneath and that's it, it's super warm. I like snug clothing, I'm 5'11", wear usually a 40-2 M, and shirts 15 1/2, 34-35. and order a M, fit perfectly, and I used a back protector and a couple of layers underneath. Don't know how it will perform in sumer, but it has tons of vents. This is a great 3-4 season jacket, at a great price. November 29, 2012
great for cold weather I bought this jacket for riding in cold and rainy weather. I have ridden on the highway down to 27 degrees and it kept me comfortable with only a short sleeve shirt underneath. This coat starts getting too warm above 50 degrees. I have not yet worn this coat in any kind of rain yet so I cannot comment on that. The only gripe I have with this coat is the velcro collar. I wish that it was a button, or that the velcro was flipped. The hook side of the velcro is on the right shoulder catches on the bottom of my helmet and starts chewing it up as I ride if the collar is velcro'ed open on the left side. This jacket is a tight fit. I can only fit one layer of clothing underneath. I dont see being able to wear this jacket much colder than 25 - 20 degrees F. November 27, 2012
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Jonathan W: Wanted an affordable highly-visible all-weather armored jacket. Feb 24, 2014
JOSE L: Faithful to the Tour Master brand. I felt I needed more visibility on the road. Totally happy with the purchase. Jan 31, 2014
Nancy E: gift and it is what they wanted. Loves the coat Dec 2, 2013
Kaili R: Cause its high vis and really has a LOT of features! Fantastic jacket! I'm jealous I bought this as a present for someone else! Oct 8, 2013
Peter B: Neon - High-Viz color, excellent construction, warm in cool weather, well vented in warm weather, good armor, waterproof. Sep 8, 2013
A shopper asked: Does this jacket zip into all Tour Master pants? Sep 20, 2012
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RevZilla: The Tour Master Epic Jacket does include a zipper that will work with any Tour Master pants that have a connection zipper on them. Additionally, the jacket also comes with the second half of the connection zipper. Thus, if you have a pair of pants from a different brand, you can take those pants along with the zipper that came with the jacket to a qualified tailor. The tailor should then be able to sew this second half of the zipper into your pants, which would then allow you to zip everything together. Sep 21, 2012
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Sigg: The jacket has a back zipper that will attach to pants. The Tour Master Sentinel Nomex pants zips to the jacket. I am not aware of other pants. Oct 9, 2012
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Fishman393: According to literature I received with the jacket it does. Dec 7, 2012
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A shopper asked: I love your video's and breath of selections but its always late when I am searching the web and I am close to making a decision - I want to ride most of the year, primarily in Northern CA and OR, ID - I continue to loose weight but my chest and shoulders are what they are. Something with protective system, multiple layers, rain proof and breathable. as a rule I will not ride long distance in the rain unless I can not find a motel. But I do enjoy touring, Oct 29, 2012
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Fonque: YOu could try the tourmaster air intake 2 or air intake 3. I am 6' 3" 240. that jacket is a pretty large fit as far as motorcycle jackets go. I can layer up with 2 sweatshirts underneath for real cold weather. I have worn my air intake 2 from 90s all the way down to the 20s, sunny and rainy weather.

This jacket will not provide too much abrasion protection in a crash or a low-side, but it will keep the elements off you very well.
Nov 27, 2012
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Sigg: I live in Oregon and own Tour Master's Epic jacket and Cortech Flex pant and both work great at keeping rain out or on warmer days remove the liners. I also have a back up pair of Tour Master Sentinel Nomex Rain pant in case of really heavy rain, just in case. Oct 30, 2012
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A shopper asked: How does the weight of the three jackets, Se?±ora, Epic and transition 3, compare? Sep 18, 2012
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Fonque: I dont know about the senora, but the epic is a very very heavy jacket, In my size It weighs almost 10lbs. The weight is a good thing since the epic a cold wet weather jacket.
I dont know about the transition 3, but based on its construction, I would assume that it is similar in weight to the epic.
Nov 27, 2012
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RevZilla: All of the jackets in question will be of similar weight as they are all "all weather/winter jackets." Typically, the weight for this particular style of jacket does not fluctuate all that much (with a few exceptions). Sep 19, 2012
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A shopper asked: Live in Seattle WA. and you can imagine the rain. How do both jackets stack up to the wet and cold weather. Also it does get warm here this time of of year and would like that taken into consideration as well. Sep 5, 2012
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RevZilla: Both jackets provide good protection against cold and rainy weather. With the quilted liners removed, and with the vents open, they also provide reasonable ventilation for warmer weather. From an abrasion resistance perspective, the Transition 3 provides slightly better protection with its 1680 Denier ballistic polyester shell in the impact areas compared to the 600 Denier of the Epic. However, the Epic does offer the Aqua-Barrier under-the helmet hood to eliminate seepage in the collar area when it rains. Otherwise, they're both great value for all-season jackets. Sep 6, 2012
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
High Vis Yellow / SM 443862 8768-0173-04 Out of Stock
High Vis Yellow / MD 443866 8768-0173-05 Out of Stock
High Vis Yellow / LG 443865 8768-0173-06 Out of Stock
High Vis Yellow / XL 443864 8768-0173-07 Out of Stock