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So, I finally had a chance to ride this on a 90 degree day. First 100 miles I ntentionally wore the jacket with the front vents and arm zippers closed. I was not uncoformatable but sweat gathered under the armor.

I opened the ventures in front and on the arms and I felt like I was in an air conditioned car. Best hot weather jacket I have ever used and probably would be comfy into the low 60s without a liner in it.


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I've had the Tourmaster Intake 3.0 mesh jacket for about three years. This is one versitile jacket that comes with two rmovable liners (waterproof and insulated) as well as some nice D3 removable armor. I usually just use the jacket with no liners. Air flow is amazing. I feel like I'm wearing a t-shirt when I'm moving. At stoplights the jacket breathes very well. I run "hot" so this jacket has met my needs to ride with protection in the hot weather. Also well cut for us short and chunky riders.
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I've had the Tourmaster Intake 3.0 mesh jacket for about three years. This is one versitile jacket that comes with two rmovable liners (waterproof and insulated) as well as some nice D3 removable armor. I usually just use the jacket with no liners. Air flow is amazing. I feel like I'm wearing a t-shirt when I'm moving. At stoplights the jacket breathes very well. I run "hot" so this jacket has met my needs to ride with protection in the hot weather. Also well cut for us short and chunky riders.

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Very cool... the difference between these and the this new design is more airflow and increased abrasion resistance. I certainly do like the mesh jackets (I have a few from first gear and tour master.

Oh, I forgot to mention, this new material stretches!


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