Russell K. from Martinez, California

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February 28, 2009
I've given New Enough a lot of my money over the last few years but this is by far my best purchase (not that the other gear I've purchased has been bad.) I've been eyeing the Tourmaster Transition jacket, Caliber Pants and Sidi Doha boots for awhile now but the e-mail discount for 10% off gear plus free shipping made it easy to pull the trigger. The Transition jacket in Hi-viz yellow is one awesome looking jacket. It has several useful pockets in both the jacket and included liner and more than enough vents. I also like the attention to detail with the extra reflective piping, the small zipper pocket for keys or money on the sleeve. The jacket fits great and is comfortable as well. Finding a pair of men's pants made for someone who is height challenged has been next to impossible for until recently when some of the manufacturers (Fieldsheer and now Tourmaster) have been finally making a short inseam pant. The Caliber pants are very nicely made. They are roomy, the armor is in the right place for someone who is 5'3" and with the included liner, very warm. They also look great with the Transition Jacket and the zipper to attach them to the jacket is great. The Doha boot is my third pair of Sidi Boots. These boots are very stylish, functional and very comfortable. Like Paul's description said, a really nice boot for on or off the bike and they look great with jeans as well. I can wear them all day at work too. Most of the gear in my closet is Tourmaster/Cortech. It is flat out some of the best made textile gear out there. I've never had a problem with seams coming apart or the gear losing integrity from several washes. With proper care, it lasts a long time without going out of style. As usual, I received my gear from New Enough with lightning speed. It actually arrived a day earlier than the Fed Ex tracking notice said it would arrive. I will remain a New Enough customer for as long as I continue to ride.

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