Comment: I was pleasantly surprised! Very heavy and was perfect for early spring in NY. The zipout liner was just enough to keep me warm on our first ride of the season. Shipping was fast and I am very satisfied!
Detour Jacket Review
Comment: bought for my teenager daughter who likes to ride with dad. order, shipping and tracking process is alway smooth and fast. jacket is great, a good value. order the larger size
Excellent Ladies Jacket.
Comment: This acket is more tan wethought for the pricepoint. This could easily be a 300$ plus jacket at ny store, fair, or event. The features are great, the vents, the materials, and the look are ecactly what e wanted. The fit is exact, almot to exat. if you are going o wear a sweatshrt, or layered clothes, besureto order the next size up. Zip out linig is gat. Trust me, you won't be disappointed if you are looking for a sleak, colorless, bike riding womens jacket.
The Detour 8310 is made out of top grain buffalo leather, and is black with polished silver hardware. It's available in ladies sizes small thru 3X and there is a size chart on the listing to help you establish fitment. Jessica, here, is 5'8" 145 and fits perfectly in the medium. The main closure consists of a reinforced metal zipper and has a two snap Euro style collar for a low profile look. There are 2 zippered panels on the chest for ventilation, and two zippered hand warmer pockets on the sides, all with riveted accents. The sides of the 8310 have a snap and zipper style gusset for adjustability, and the snap closure and zipper on the cuff provide adjustable wrist fitment and easy on and off. The sleeves also feature a zippered vent on the upper arm. The back of the 8310 has been kept very simple save for these two kidney vents designed to extract hot air from the jacket. The interior of the 8310 features an insulated and removable, full sleeve quilted thermal liner. This liner seals in your body heat and will keep you warm during the colder months. There are pockets on either side of the liner for extra storage. When it gets warmer outside, you can take the quilted liner out, exposing a mesh liner that promotes airflow.