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Tour Master Sonora Air Jacket
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Tour Master Sonora Air Jacket


  • Three quarter length, Armor-Link mesh material and 600 denier Carbolex combine with 1680 denier ballistic polyester in the impact areas
  • Comfortable, mandarin style collar
  • 360º Phoslite reflective piping and Tour Master’s signature reflective rear triangle increase nighttime visibility
  • The microfiber lined collar and cuffs are soft yet durable
  • Adjustable, elastic and snap sleeve take-up straps at the forearm and bicep help secure elbow armor and material
  • Removable, CE approved armor at the elbow and shoulder with an articulated triple density back protector
  • Aqua-Therm two-stage waterproof and insulated liner can be configured or removed to best match comfort needs
  • Zippered chest map pockets, hand warmer pockets, internal pouch pocket and mobile media pocket
  • Adjustable waist belts, with TPR pulls, fine tune the fit
  • Includes a jacket/pant zipper attachment with the pant side included
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Tour Master Sonora Air Jacket 4.6 5 59 59
Good jacket for the price Firstly I should say I've never worn this jacket with either of the liners. I only use it for hot summer days at all other times I wear my badlands. Good jacket for the price, fits well and is all air mesh so the desired air flow is fantastic. Cons? Velcro at the wrists seems a bit less adhesive than I would like, also as someone else metioned the pockets all have zips AND velcro which may not sound like much but is a bit annoying. Armour seemed very lacking so I replaced it with D3o which had the added effect of moulding the fit a bit better on the arms and shoulders. Overall I'm happy with the jacket for the price I paid even with the added cost of the armour upgrades. December 2, 2014
A little large, but not by much If you need tall sizes for long arms this is the way to go, not a problem for me, my sleeve length is 36 in a shirt and it fits well November 26, 2014
Excellent replacement for my 8 year old Tourmaster Intake Everything works very well. The liners are easy to add and remove. The cuffs are an improvement over the Intake. The longer length vs. the Intake length helps with the cooler riding weather. I haven't used in hot weather yet, East Coast rider, but if it performs as well as the Intake did there won't be any problems with air flow while riding. The only time I got warm with the Intake was when sitting in traffic on a hot day. November 24, 2014
Great Jacket Although I have not had this jacket very long, so far everything I was looking for when I ordered it, has been realized using it. Looking forward to giving it the full three season test! September 4, 2014
Chose this over the Transition 3 I will be driving my new motorcycle 30 miles round trip this Winter in Seattle rain. The TM (Tourmaster) Intake was the first (and only) mesh jacket I tried on and I instantly loved it. I decided to go with a jacket targeted for "heavier" weather, but I didn't like the idea of having to velcro close the TM transition 3 every time I put it on or off. With the Sonora, I will only have to velcro when the rain liner is in. The mesh shell and thermal liner are both zip only. I am now using the thermal liner for my early morning 60 degree commute and 70-80 degrees on the way home and it is perfect for these conditions. I have not yet experienced rain (a blessing in Seattle). I'll be using both liners down to below 40 degrees with rain this Winter. I expect this jacket will serve me well year round. It is stylish and very versatile. I also bought TM Quest pants and I will be buying TM mesh pants next spring. August 20, 2014
Very good 3/4 length mesh jacket Very good mid-price mesh jacket and 3/4 length to boot, which in my experience is a bit hard to find. I'm 6'0, 210 lbs. and wear dress shirts with 35 inch sleeves. Size (XL) is just a little big but not uncomfortably so. It seems to be a tad larger than the Transition III, especially in the arms. As a result, the elbow protection falls just a tad low and the sleeve comes to the middle of my palm. This is unlike the Transition III XL which fits me very well. The jacket is comfortable to wear and has great ventilation and convenient pockets. The back protection isn't CE rated and is a bit on the thin side. On Revzilla's gear-geek's recommendation I upgraded the back pad to the Knox TP2 which fits tightly into the original pocket. I like Tourmaster for mid-price gear and the Sonora is consistent in quality with their other products. August 11, 2014
Good summer jacket - too much velcro Overall I'm happy with this jacket. It provides a great combination of protection and ventilation. I bought the high vis color, which isn't popular among my riding buddies, but they don't ride in 4 lane traffic regularly like I do. If visibility is what you're after, Tourmaster's take on it is very good. Upon seeing me in it for the first time, my brother shielded his eyes and said "Whoa, turn that thing down". Goal accomplished. I do have a few complaints. First, the wrist closures are pretty bulky. You won't be getting them under any but the biggest of gauntlets. More inconvenient, though, is all the velcro on the pockets. There are chest pockets with zippers and velcro - pick one, not both. It requires too much effort to get into them (i.e. grabbing $ at a tollbooth). In my opinion, go with zippers. Lose the velcro. The interior pockets all have velcro as well, and I believe it's unnecessary. An interior pocket shouldn't require two hands to access, but the velcro makes this necessary. August 5, 2014
Fantastic jacket; thoroughly happy with my purchase. I already have a decent conventional leather riding jacket that I've owned for many years. It's fine, but I never really loved it as the fit and style always left something to be desired. I only mention this because I hate spending money on things when I already own something similar that isn't broken or beyond it's usable life. I took some time researching not just my jacket, but where to buy it from. I love the fact that Revzilla has great videos for each product and that was one of the things that led me to the Tour Master Sonora. So, here's my take on why this jacket is worthy of a five star review: FIT I'm 6'3" tall and 195 lbs of small-framed skinniness. If I was going to find my perfect jacket, it would have to be a tall cut. I'm normally around a 43 long, so I ordered a large tall. The jacket fit all right, but felt a bit loose around my torso and armpits. I wondered how a medium tall would fit, so I then went and ordered one for comparison. (Guess that's the one downside to not being able to touch/feel a jacket bought online). The medium fit, well, like a glove. I mean it was dead-on right. Naturally, I returned the large but I’m so glad I went through the extra effort. FUNCTION I initially bought this jacket for its breathability. I've used the outside vented layer by itself on days in the 80's down to the high 50's. Suffice it to say that the ventilation factor is nothing short of amazing; it's like riding with a short sleeve shirt on (with the added protection of some rugged nylon and armor). Those 50 degree rides I mentioned surely require the addition of the second (rain) layer, far as I'm concerned, and it's a pleasure to know that it's compact enough for me to fit the thing virtually anywhere once the sun comes back out. STYLE I chose the black jacket and think the cut is perfect. It doesn't look to me like an all out touring jacket and has sufficient reflective accents for me to feel safe for my occasional night rides. The adjustable Velcro straps that hit around my waist do a great job of making me look like I'm more fit than I actually am:) QUALITY Everything from the heavy duty, color-coded elastic loops inside the sleeves and bottom of the jacket (to keep the layers together and sleeves from riding up to your elbows) to the zippers, snaps, stitching and many different materials that go into making this jacket belie the fact that this jacket wasn't insanely expensive. I can't say I have much experience with good quality jackets but had I not known the price on this one, I would have easily guessed at least a hundred dollars more than what I paid. VALUE I guess I already referenced the relative bargain price on this jacket, but also worth mentioning is the fact that I haven't even used the third (insulating) layer on the jacket for a ride yet. I have no doubt that this jacket will keep me toasty for as long as I can ride into the fall season the North Country. Once we get through October where I live, you don't see too many motorcycles venture out again until May - June. July 31, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Eric E: good sale price Mar 18, 2015
John B: Very good reviews and ideal for touring in summer but also in cooler weather as I live in uk Feb 5, 2015
Mr. B: I have an 8 year old Tourmaster Intake that has served me well but is beginning to have a few problems.
It didn't make sense to buy a new liner at $50.00 and to have the velcro on the cuffs replaced for some other amount.
The Sonora is an upgrade to the Intake and is 3/4 length for the cooler months.
I'm hoping it will wear as well as my Intake has.
Nov 5, 2014
jodi g: Reviews were positive, and friends recommended Tour Master products. Price point at Revzilla was the best we found. Sep 24, 2014
Jim S: I just moved to LA and man it's hot here. My Olympia 4-season jacket was just too hot, so I chose this for the ventilation. Sep 14, 2014
Michael W: Based on all the great reviews, especially air flow in the hot summer months since I live in Mississippi. Aug 15, 2014
David G: I tried on a TourMaster Intake and it immediately felt better than any other I tried. I decided to go with the Sonora because I am riding year round in Seattle so I wanted a little heaver jacket yet retain the configuration options of the Intake. Aug 13, 2014
Ken B: Needed a mesh jacket for hot weather and also needed a tall size. I like the fact that this coat is 3/4 length, thought I would give it a try Jun 28, 2014
Mark A: I liked the reviews and comments I saw on this jacket from your site. I also looked at the reviews from other sites, but I decided to purchase from RevZilla because of your guarantees you put out there up front. I went with Hi-Viz Yellow color basically to be seen while driving on the road. Mark. Jun 25, 2014
Dan P: It's a serious jacket that can looks to be able to take a tumble and protect as well as could be expected for non-race gear. Tourmaster has great storage and handy pocket layout. Just overall great looking jacket. May 29, 2014
Philip G: Needed a good summer jacket but I think this will be more of a 3 season jacket for me. I really like this jacket. It covers all my needs. Apr 29, 2014
Michael D: Wanted a visible jacket for hot, high traffic days. Single purpose jacket that worked well enough. Not happy with overall construction as liner sleeve tabs/loops broke soon after purchase. Don't use the liners much and really not an inconvenience. Just an irritation. Apr 27, 2014
Curtis M: Best reviews for hot weather riding while giving good protection. I like the three liners and pouch in back for liner if you pull it out on the ride. Apr 25, 2014
stephen w: I selected this because it is high-visibility, available in a tall size, and I have the Tourmaster Transition 3 jacket and I have been please with it. This will be replacing my First Gear mesh jacket which has far fewer features and less protection than this jacket delivers. Apr 16, 2014
silvia r: My husband is in need of a warmer weather jacket that fits his long arms. Mar 18, 2014
rOBERT s: Wanted a 3 season jacket with good Summer air flow and rain protection. The rear pouch is a great place to store the quilted liner for cooler weather. Like the 3/4 style and CE rated protection. Feb 19, 2014
Colton S: This jacket is a great fit and compliment to the Tour Master Venture Air Pants. The collar fits great where the weather stays out yet doesn't bunch up under the helmet. It breaths so nicely. The 'hand warmer' pockets actually helped out a lot more then I thought. I have to say, I just wish the button's used to tighten the arms where sewn in and not apart of a rubber piece. The rest of the jacket is better quality then I was expecting for the price. I am really amazed by this jacket overall. Feb 7, 2014
Steve S: Watched several product videos for jackets and really liked everything
with the tour master along with the charcoal color and tall sizing.
Nov 10, 2013
Chris W: Great product, fantastic quality and venting, really well made for long distance hot summer rides, excellent quality as always from tour master. Inner liner is great for 45 degrees - 70 degrees Sep 14, 2013
stephanie m: LOVE this jacket! Nice air flow and tons of pockets. Hope to never try out the protection of the jacket, but feel pretty sure I won't have to worry about it if I ever do. Sep 11, 2013
A shopper asked: I have a 51-52" chest and a 52" waist (around navel, 48" pant size), 5' 11" tall, weight ~ 280 lbs. What size should I order, 3XL or 4XL for the Tourmaster Sonora Air Jacket? Mar 14, 2012
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heyGriff: I have 52" chest, 5'10", 275 lbs, 44 inch waist. I have the Senora Air jacket in the 3X size. Fitment is nearly perfect. I'm extremely happy with the jacket, 600 miles so far. Hope this helps.... Griff Apr 23, 2012
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Cigars23: the sizing for ur height and build might b a xl tall thats what i have, i am 6'2 260lbs with a 42 waist and jacket has enough room to put on a sweatshirt. Apr 7, 2012
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Redrider1946: What size shirts do you where. That's the size I would buy. Jun 2, 2012
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Curtis R asked: Does The Soñora Jacket have pockets for elbow, shoulder and back armor pads? I checked out a jacket that had velcro bags that held the armor pads in place. Not good in a ground slide. Jun 25, 2014
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stephanie m: To directly answer your question, they are in velcro pockets stitched to the jacket itself. The design is so you can remove the CE pads (hard armor, not that soft crap) to wash the jacket. I speak from experience that they are VERY difficult to remove from these pockets and coming out in a slide would really surprise me. My son had an accident in his old Cortech (made by Tourmaster and same design) jacket and it performed exactly as it was supposed too and there was NO damage to the inside of the jacket. All impact areas were scuffed and/or torn, but he did not have one scratch! I fully trust their gear!

On the jacket itself, I love it! Flows a TON of air when liners are removed and has pockets everywhere! I ride year round and with the liners in I honestly think this jacket is as warm or warmer than my Tourmaster leather jacket! You won't regret your decision should you decide to purchase this jacket.

I'm happy to email pictures if you like.
david.malott @ live dot com
Jun 25, 2014
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Thomas V: Curtis - Yes the jacket has pockets for the armor protection and they do stay in place on a slide. Unfortunately, I experienced this first-hand when I laid my bike down last fall. The protection in the jacket did exactly what is was designed to do and I walked away with no scraps or bruises - only a few holes in the jacket :( I highly recommend this jacket to you for both comfort and protection.

Tom V.
Jun 26, 2014
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Tom R: Yes, the armor is removable and pulling apart Velcro is how they're removed. I own five motorcycle jackets of various brands and types and they all have armor that's removable in a similar fashion. I don't think it will move too much in a get off if your jacket fits you right. Jun 25, 2014
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Lewis S asked: Has anyone found this jacket to be too heavy or bulky for hot weather riding compared to waist length jackets? Mar 19, 2015
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David H: Before going to this jacket I was wearing a Joe Rocket Phoenix. While this jacket is little bulkier, I don't notice and it does not affect my riding. Air flow on the Sonora is very good. On super warm days, the only spots of sweat on my t-shirt are under the waist cinch straps. Mar 20, 2015
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Dudley P: Works great in hot weather with both liners out. I wish the liners went in and out a little quicker but with both thermal and rain liners in, it's pretty warm, Mar 21, 2015
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John M: Not at all, this is my main summer jacket, mesh breathes very well. It doesn't get much hotter than Austin, TX either! Mar 20, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hello, I'm 6'4", 220lbs, long arms and 44" chest. I'm looking for a mesh jacket (3 season riding). What do you recommend? Sep 16, 2013
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Michael G: I've been extremely happy with my Tour Master Sonora Air Jacket. I ride a Triumph Sprint GT. So far I have 5,000 miles on my bike and jacket. The jacket has been a great fit and has adapted well to the various temps and weather conditions I have subjected it to (100F - 45F and a few nasty rain storms). I'm a bigger guy 5'10", 270lbs. I chose a 2XLG. The fit was nearly perfect. The rain/wind liner and the insulated liner work well. It takes a few extra minutes to install them, no big deal though. The Senora is a 3/4 length jacket. It's not a waist jacket. The waist jacket model is the "Intake Air Series-3". My riding buddy has that jacket. I prefer the extra length the Senora offers. Other than that, the jackets are very similar. The extra length of the Senora helps keep my backside better covered from the wind and rain. The 3M reflective piping really works well and is an extra safety bonus. Pockets are numerous and very roomy. I hope this helps. This was my first Tour Master product and it was a great choice.
Are there better jackets out there? You bet! But getting to that last 20 percent of nirvana, will cost you hundreds of dollars more.
I hope this helps....... Kind regards........ Mike Griffith "Griff"
Sep 17, 2013
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Dudley P: I am 6'4" 255 lbs I bought the 2xl tall and it fits perfect. A little big when worn without the thermal and waterproof liners but no flopping around. I have only worn it with no liners and all I can say is I wish I would have bought a mesh jacket years ago. Just rode in 100 degree heat and I was fine. Sep 17, 2013
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Jim Z: I have been using the Sonora Air for the past 16 months. I live in Georgia and do most of my riding in the n. Ga., N.Car., and Tennessee mountains.
I am very happy with this jacket.
It provides safety, visibility, and has kept me cool n90 degree weather, dry in the rain, and warm on rides in the high 30's to 40's.
It has held up very well on the more thatn 50 outings and over 12,000 miles I have logged since May 2012.
Got the yellow for visibility. That works.
Adjustable waist, sleeves, etc., all work well.
Plenty of pockets, with good access.
Size: I have the XL-46. I am 6' tall, Husky 220 pounds. It fits well without any linings, and with the waterproof liner. With the insulated liner it is sufficiently warm.
Sep 16, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can this jacket accept an Alpinestars Bionic Air Back protector? The back protector the jacket comes with doesn't inspire much confidence. Nov 15, 2012
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John M: The 4-5 inches answer from Revzilla threw me off, and I purchased a separate back protector to wear under the jacket. Then the jacket arrived and I removed the back protector. It actually measures 18.75" H x 12.25" W (at bottom/widest). The top part tapers from 6.25" down to 2" at the tip. Go to Tour Master's website, look under the "Technology" tab for the back protector, and you will see a picture to help make sense of the measurements (try not to laugh to hard when you see the picture and what the insert looks like!). So you can purchase a different back protector that either fits this cavity or can be cut to fit (cutting voids warranty I hear), or buy a wearable back protector like I did. I may buy an insert to cut and fit, if so, I'll update this answer at that time. Aug 19, 2013
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RevZilla: No, this jacket cannot accept the Alpinestars Bionic Air Back Protector Insert. The pocket in the Tour Master Sonora Air Jacket is too narrow, only about 4-5 inches across. You probably wouldn't be able to use any other insert besides what comes with the jacket. A good alternative is the Alpinestars Bionic Air Back Protector, which can be worn under the jacket. Nov 15, 2012
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Jerome J: In the RevZilla video review Anthony says you can replace the back protector with a Forcefield (see around 3:20 in the video). But the RevZilla answer here says no. Which is correct? Sep 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is the subject waterproof liner made from a breathable material? I have had some bad (sweaty) experiences here in the SE with the non-breathable PVC/Nylon rain suits/liners. Also, I am assuming that the waterproof liner and the insulating liner can be installed separately, or both at the same time? Jun 11, 2012
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Waegn: This is not an answer to the original question ("Is the subject waterproof liner made from a breathable material?"), since I am the one who asked it. Instead, it is a follow-up to my original question about the breathability of the waterproof liner.

The above answer from the RevZilla Staff Expert is a direct quote from the Tour Master web site (http://www.tourmaster.com/xcart/technology.php?tech_id=10) which is "nice", but does nothing to answer my question about whether the waterproof liner is made from a breathable material. E.g., what does "true 3-season warm and dry garments" mean in terms of breathability?

If someone could just give me a YES or NO answer, it would be appreciated. Additional details on the type of material used for the water proof liner are optional (e.g., Gore-Tex, eVent, Polyurethane, A laminate or a coating).
Jun 12, 2012
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RevZilla: Removable Two-Stage Aqua-Therm Liner allows Tour Master's mesh jackets to be true 3-season warm and dry garments. Each stage can be used independently for warm and wet, cold and wet, or cold conditions Jun 11, 2012
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A shopper asked: Will this jacket be able to connect with the tour master caliber pants? I want to make sure before i buy the pants. Jan 12, 2013
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RevZilla: Yes, the Tour Master Caliber Pants will securely connect to the Tour Master Sonora Air Jacket. Jan 14, 2013
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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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