Commander II Jacket Images

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Neon

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There's a lot of reflective material on this jacket

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You'll be visible from all angles

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Lots of adjustability in the waist with these velcro straps

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The sleeves have a zipper and velcro closure at the cuffs

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Dual sleeve take-up straps tighten the fit of the sleeve to prevent flapping in the wind; they also help secure elbow armor in place

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Zippered bicep vents on each sleeve

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Zippered vents on the chest

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Here's another vent on the chest

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Zippered rear exhaust vent

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There's a lot of pockets on this jacket

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This pocket has a mesh lining and doubles as a vent (I wouldn't store anything in this pocket though if you plan on using it as a vent)

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Large storage pouch in the rear

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Collar is adjustable and has a comfortable trim

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Rare earth magnet front closure

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The jacket has a two-way main zipper; you can zip it up from the bottom when you're on the bike to prevent it from bunching up

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We've opened up the main zipper and you can see the dual liner system is zipped in underneath

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The waterproof liner has a double storm flap to cover the zipper and keep water from entering

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Both liners are installed in this image

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With the liners removed, you can see the pant connection zipper; also there are a couple of zippered pockets on the inside of the jacket

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Here's the two liners zipped together; there are color coded tabs on each sleeve. You use these to secure the liner to similarly colored loops inside the jacket's sleeve.

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Here's the front of the waterproof liner; the insulated liner is still zipped in

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We've removed the insulated liner in this image; the pant connection zipper is sewn to the waterproof liner as well, although we wouldn't recommend wearing just the liner without the Commander II jacket as there would be no abrasion or impact protection

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The sleeve of the waterproof liner has a thumb hole along with the snapped tabs to secure the liner inside the jacket

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Here's an image of just the insulated liner; you can use both liners together or either one separately