I dont have that Jacket, but have Tour Master gloves and luggage and can attest to their quality.
I know you didn't ask for this, but have a Joe Rocket Ballistic 3.0 jacket for touring/commuting in foul weather and it is 100% waterproof and the company is top-notch to deal with. I had a problem with the first jacket they sold me and they shipped me a new one no-questions asked with a box and pre-paid postage to return the defective jacket. I told the sales rep I'd relay my satisfaction to other potential jacket buyers, so I am...
I too can attest to the quality of their products. I have a set of gloves I bought from newenough.com that were crash tested. Did nothing to them but scratch the knuckle protectors. Good stuff for a good price.
I have a TourMaster Cortech GX jacket that I've had for three years now. Outstanding product. Very comfortable, well designed, and nice that it's washable when the bug buildup gets heavy. Ventilation isn't great in summer, but I have a perforated leather one for that. With the liner in cooler months it keeps me very warm. Highly recommended. :thumb:
Sorry but I would not hesitate to buy one if it was at a m/c shop. Length is to my liking & all the rest. I to have an old Ballistic JR jacket I have been wearing for past four years plus a JR "Tahoe" that was 1" longer then the JR jackets of when they were only 3/4 length so I forked out the $100.00 more, took 5 months to arrive & loaded with crazy zippers that make it sensless, along with hard to put on, while the removable liner blocks a rider from doing a poper shoulder-check.
A forum community dedicated to Honda Fireblade motorcycle owners and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about performance, racing, modifications, classifieds, troubleshooting, maintenance, and more! Find conversations about your favorite CBR 900 or 1000 series RR models.