Tour Master Flex Series 3 Jacket ::

Tour Master Flex Series 3 Jacket

  • Converts easily from a 600 denier Carbolex® jacket to an Armor-link mesh jacket and vice-versa
  • Water-resistant outer jacket incorporates waterproof zippered sleeve vents
  • 360° Phoslite® reflective piping and Tour Master’s signature reflective rear triangle help increase nighttime visibility
  • Soft, durable microfiber-lined collar and cuff
  • Adjustable sleeve take-up straps to secure elbow armor and material
  • Removable, CE approved armor at the elbows and shoulders with an articulated triple density back protector
  • Tour Master’s Z.O.Q. (Zip-Out Quilted) Liner features warming 100gm Polyfill insulation
  • Zippered hand pockets, internal pouch pocket and mobile media pocket
  • 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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Sizing Information

We checked the fit on these jackets with our size mannequins and find they run consistent with Tour Master’s size chart (see below). Since the jackets are sold in “alpha” sizes, you can choose the size you normally wear in men’s clothing. The overall cut of this jacket is ideal for street and touring riding. It is more relaxed through the torso and not as “forward leaning” as a sport bike/race jacket. Generally speaking, those with average to stout builds will like this cut, where it won’t be the ideal cut for a person who is tall/skinny

Alpha Size Max Chest Size Sleeve Length
XS 38 25.5
Small 40 26
Medium 42 26.5
Large 44 27
XL 46 27.5
XXL 48 28
XXXL 50 28
XXXXL 52 28.5

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Our Two Cents

The Flex Series 3 jacket from Tour Master is their third revision of this style. The whole idea of the Flex 3 is to have flexibility for all sorts of temperatures and riding conditions. The easiest way to think about this jacket is to picture a full featured full mesh jacket with an add-on solid textile “cover”. The underlying mesh jacket includes the protective features of CE approved armor in the shoulders and elbows and a very nice back protector. The mesh jacket can be worn without the textile outer shell when the weather is really hot. It is a loose weave fabric that allows the wind to blow right through and therefore can be used comfortably in the heat of summer. When things cool off, you can re-install the outer shell (zippers around the collar, sleeve ends, and waist line, etc). The solid textile shell blocks the wind for cooler weather use. Even with the textile shell, there is some control because you have zippered vents in the shoulder/sleeve area and on the back of the jacket. And then when things really cool off you can use the removable thermal liner. The thermal liner can be used even with the jacket in the mesh mode for further adjustability (like a cool morning in summer or a mountain pass). The outer textile shell is advertised as “water resistant” which is probably a fair statement, but by no means is the whole rig waterproof. There are just too many zippers and such for “waterproof” to happen. As mentioned above in the Sizing Info section, the jacket has an “average” cut which will appeal to street riders and commuters of all sorts and will be very comfortable for most. The jackets have a number of storage options and other fit/convenience features such as sleeve and waist adjustment straps (as you would expect). Take the “View Larger Images” link above to see a lot of good photos of these features and the function of the textile shell, etc.

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Happy Customers Who Bought This Product

From: Robert D.
Location: Texas

Just got back from a ride From Fort Worth, TX to Page, AZ to go riding with my son. (I got him a Flex 3 jacket for his birthday and really likes it.) My summary for the Flex 3: Temperatures ranged from 36F to 92F. Six days. Three thousand miles... (Read more...)