Tour Master Koraza Jacket
- Abrasion-resistant 600D polyester shell
- Reissa waterproof and breathable inner lining
- Safe-Tech CE Level-2 shoulder and elbow armor
- Removable EVA foam back pad (fits Safe-Tech 851 size L back pad)
- Reflective piping along chest and back
- Adjustable hook and loop collar, sleeve cuffs, and waist belt
- Zippered hand pockets and internal storage
- Genuine YKK® zippers
Read on for more details.
We checked the sizing of this style with our Fit Check mannequins Huey and Dewey. They are wearing size Medium and XL jackets respectively. These are their “usual” sizes and they fit just fine. We also checked the chest and belly of the other sizes and find them to fit OK too. Therefore, we recommend you choose the size you normally wear in men’s clothing.
Historically Tour Master gear has been sized very generously, but some new products introduced in 2017 are running a bit more snug. For a given size, the fit is relatively trim similar to European brands like Alpinestars or REVIT. Most people can still choose the size they normally wear, but if you are between sizes or just prefer a more roomy fit, I’d advise to choose up.
Another way to refine your size selection is to measure your chest and belly and then use our size chart (below) which lists max chest and max belly sizes for each jacket size. The measurements in the chart are a combination of the manufacturer’s size chart and also the measurements we take on the product samples. After you measure, you can choose a jacket size using the chart. You’ll want to choose a size that will accommodate both your chest and belly.
This jacket is offered in tall size. Tall jackets will be about 1 1/2” longer in the sleeves and torso than the “standard” size jackets. Sleeve lengths listed below are for standard sizes, so add the 1 1/2” for an estimate of the sleeve length of tall sizes. Sleeve lengths are measured from the shoulder seam to the cuff end.
|Alpha Size||Max Chest Size||Max Belly||Standard Sleeve Length|