Tour Master OLD Draft Air Jacket
- Armor-Link 2 Mesh material combines with 600 Denier Carbolex® to create a protective garment that provides exceptional airflow
- Removable CE-approved armor at the elbows and shoulders with an articulated triple density back protector
- Zippered chest map pocket, hand warmer pockets, internal pouch pocket and mobile media pocket
- Adjustable waist belts
- Reflective piping
- Includes jacket/pant zipper attachment with the pant side included
Please note that the Draft Air jacket does NOT include a liner
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These chest sizes seem appropriate, so you can use your suit coat size or chest measurement to double check. You’ll want to check your belly also and make sure that your belly does not exceed 4” less than the chest size above (example, XL/46 will handle a max belly of about 42”). This jacket has forearm and waist straps to help you customize the fit.
Our Two Cents
The Draft Air Jacket combines sturdy construction with sharp styling. And without a lot of options to drive the price up, this jacket is an excellent value in a full-mesh hot weather jacket. The armor used is the plastic-over-foam GP type which is CE approved. There is a short rear zipper for connecting to Tourmaster textile pants. There are two zippered pockets in front and two extra storage pockets inside—one looks good for a cell phone or MP3. Take the “View Larger Pictures” link above to see these and other jacket features in detail.
Happy Customers Who Bought This Product
I got this on sale at a great price from motorcyclegear.com, and I must say it's probably the best bargain I've ever gotten in moto gear. The mesh fabric flows an enormous amount of air, so much that I can ride on a 90 degree day and still not fee... (Read more...)
The Tour Master and FirstGear mesh jackets are pretty much a requirement for hot, Summer weather. No other jacket I've tried, be it perforated leather, multiple-vented, etc., is as comfortable in hot weather. The Fieldsheer backpack is an inexpens... (Read more...)