Cortech LNX 2.0 Jacket
- Women-specific design, style, and fit
- Constructed using 1.2-1.3mm top-grain, grade A aniline drum dyed cowhide leather
- Accordion stretch panels in the shoulders and waist for increased range of motion
- Stretch panels on sides and underarms for additional comfort
- Pre-curved and rotated sleeves for a performance fit and reduced rider fatigue
- Perforated leather draws air in, while the two large rear vents exhaust hot air out
- Zippered rear expansion panels for improved fit while in riding position
- Removable, CE-approved shoulder and elbow armor, and triple density articulated back protector
- Zip-out 75g polyfill insulated vest liner extends the seasonal use of the jacket
- Mesh lined hand pockets double as vents when needed
- Internal chest pocket and repeating storage pockets on jacket and liner
- Stitched with high-strength bonded nylon thread
- 360º and 8” jacket to pant zipper attachment with pant side included
- YKK® main zipper and snap-lock cuff zippers
- 3M™ Scotchlite® reflective piping helps increase nighttime visibility
Read on for more details.
We checked the fit of this jacket and found it to run true to the sizing chart. For the fit test, Laverne and Shirley are standard size 6 and 12 respectively and they are wearing sizes Small and Large (please click through to view their chest/waist/hip measurements). Take the “View Larger Images” link above to see how our test subjects look in their jackets.
Below is the Tour Master chart provided for this product.
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Our Two Cents
This new LNX 2.0 jacket by Cortech is an updated version of their original long running LNX jacket. This is a sport styled full leather jacket for the ladies that need a sharp jacket with very good abrasion and crash protection.
The sizing of this jacket has been updated and the fit is more trim and sporty as compared to past styles. It looks sharp without additional bulk. For crash protection, this jacket comes with CE “turtle shell” type armor in the shoulders and elbows along with a foam back pad. This armor setup is very typical for sport styled jackets like this. All the armor is removable if you like.
The leather shell of the jacket has perforated leather panels down each arm and in each arm pit area. The perforated leather will allow quite a bit of air to flow through the leather shell. To add some warmth in cooler weather, the jacket comes with a removable vest-type liner. This liner will help some, but if you want to wear this jacket in colder weather, you’ll want to wear something under the jacket that will block wind such as a slim-fit windbreaker or similar athletic under-layer. Overall, I’d recommend this jacket for use in spring, summer and milder weather in the winter and summer.
With the liner removed, air can flow through these panels and then out the rear exhaust vent. To help with fit over the hips, there are zippered gussets at the waist. Also included with the jacket are both a full circumference zipper and a short rear zipper for connection to Cortech or Tour Master leather pants. :: 12-28-17