Item Code: TourmasterSonoraAirJacket Brand: Tour Master Color: Black, Gun Metal, and Hi-Visibility Yellow Gender: Men's Material: Mesh
Tour Master Sonora Air Mesh Jacket Features
Three quarter length, Armor-Link mesh material and 600 denier Carbolex® combine with 1680 denier ballistic polyester in the impact areas
Comfortable, mandarin style collar
360º Phoslite® reflective piping and Tour Master’s signature reflective rear triangle increase nighttime visibility
The microfiber lined collar and cuffs are soft yet durable
Adjustable, elastic and snap sleeve take-up straps at the forearm and bicep help secure elbow armor and material
Removable, CE approved armor at the elbow and shoulder with an articulated triple density back protector
Aqua-Therm® two-stage waterproof and insulated liner can be configured or removed to best match comfort needs
Zippered chest map pockets, hand warmer pockets, internal pouch pocket and mobile media pocket
Adjustable waist belts, with TPR pulls, fine tune the fit
Includes a jacket/pant zipper attachment with the pant side included
Size Chart for the Tour Master Sonora Air Mesh Jacket
Please measure the circumference of your chest using a cloth tape measure and add 1" if the measurement is an odd number to get to the next even number and choose your size from the chart below.
Please note all measurements are in inches.
Comment: This item shipped the same day I ordered it. I had it the day after it shipped. The size chart was a little misleading so I ended up sending it back for a smaller size. the exchange went well and the replacement fit perfectly. This jacket has more features that I can even describe. I bought it for Summer riding so I have only used the Mesh part of it. I can't even tell I'm wearing a jacket when riding in 100 degree temps. I love this jacket!!!
Tex L Owens
Pickens, SC, USA
Comment: I bought this jacket and was very surprised with its comfort. Wore in to St. Louis, MO on July 20 and back to Arlington, TX on Aug. 1. Temperature in OK read 105 degrees, got a little hot when stopped but when I was moving I was comfortable. Only down side was that the website does not offer a timeline for delivery on the free shipping, mine came in 5 days after ordering - including the weekend.
Tourmaster Sonora Air Jacket
Comment: After goin' down a couple of times over the years, I'm not quite as casual about hittin' the road with any skin showin'. I also want to be SEEN big time, so I ordered the high-visibility yellow tourmaster Sonora Air. It's beautifully designed, well made, and comes with 2 removable liners. One quilted, and one waterproof, that zip easily in and out of the mesh outer shell. How cool is that? 3 jackets in one. It's all I'll ever need. - It's been really hot around the Midwest so far this summer, but 90 plus temperatures are easy to handle in this jacket and it feels good to be armored up even when it's hot. It's a great fit, and I really like the overlong arms.This Tourmaster Rocks! note: Pay attention to the size chart. I normally wear an XL anything; in this jacket their L is just perfect.
New Lenox, IL
Tour Master Jacket
Comment: Excellant coat for the $ hard to find anything like it in Canada. Only bad thing is the shipping and customs almost as much as the coat. Ordered 2 coats.
Comment: Fantastic jacket for hot or cold. Using the mesh shell with quilted lining I can go from low 40's AM to over 80 PM and still be comfortable.
Comment: Live in the desert and we can have a thirty degree spread in temperqture in just a few hours. This jacket is very versatile; perfect for this climate. Well made and fits great. Everyone who sees it comments on good it looks.
Tourmaster Sonora Air Jacket Review
Comment: The jacket is high quality, but the shoulders look ridiculously wide once you put the jacket on. I had read tons of reviews and am still surprised this was never mentioned.
Tourmaster Sonora Air Jacket Review
Comment: I am about 6' 2' and rather long arms. I bought the large tall and it fits great. Comfortable jacket in the heat, but it has liners for moisture and warmth. It stays cool enough for June in Texas, we will see what July brings.
Wife is Pleased!Tourmaster Sonora Air Jacket
Comment: Anything I can put on a riding jacket and the Mrs compliments how it good it looks on me and is pleased from a safety aspect is a winner in my book. As usual, great service from Jafrum!
Tourmaster Sonora Air Jacket Review
Comment: I just purchased this jacket which is the light weight version of my other TourMaster Jacket. It is excellent, very lightweight, very breathable, well protected, comfortable and loaded with great features like the water proof and insulated liners. I live and ride in Sedona area, so a cooler jacket was necessary, but I didnt want to give up protection. This great jacket ticks all the boxes!
These are a few jackets that I’ve found to be packed with quality and
features, but aren’t going to break the bank; a Bang for Your Buck Buying Guide
if you will. The first jacket I want to show you is what I like to call a
kitchen sink jacket. The Tour Master Sonora Air is a three quarter length, three
layer, all season bargain that has every feature you could want other than a
kitchen sink. It’s like an intake Air on steroids. This mesh shelled jacket
comes in a multitude of sizes including talls, and three color ways including
all black, this gunmetal and black, and a high viz yellow version. The closure
features a lightweight yet heavy duty nylon two way zipper with a hook and loop
retainer, and the collar has a ridge of soft fabric around the edge to eliminate
irritation. There are four pockets on the front including two on the sternum and
two down near the waist. The jacket is highly adjustable with hook and loop
straps at the waist and snap style stretchy adjusters on the sleeves. There is
high viz piping running down the edges on the front with more reflective piping
and panels on the sleeves and across the back. The Sonora is equipped with CE
approved armor in the shoulders and elbows with a foam pad in the back…
Unzipping the jacket exposes the real value. The mesh shell of the Sonora hides
a removable waterproof liner and a removable quilted thermal liner inside the
waterproof one. Both liners are equipped with pockets so you have ample storage
capacity no matter which liner or liners you are using. The two liners have the
same zipper dimensions so you can use the shell with either liner, making this
one of the most versatile jackets you can buy.
The next jacket in our Bang for The Buck Lineup is the Scorpion Tornado. The
Tornado is actually no longer a part of Scorpion’s current lineup. We like this
jacket so much that when we found out Scorpion was discontinuing it, we bought
as many as we could. We have them in good supply and we’re passing the savings
on to you. The tornado is available in sizes small thru 2x with accent colors of
white, blue, and red. The shell of the Tornado is constructed using a 600 denier
water resistant nylon with ballistic polyester panels in the shoulders and arms.
The main closure features a lightweight nylon zipper with an ergonomic pull tab.
Adjustability is plentiful and can be found in the form of these hook and loop
adjusters at the waist and on the sleeves. The front features two zippered vents
to keep you cool and two hand warmer pockets for added storage. The back of the
jacket features two more zippered vents for drawing hot air out of the jacket as
well as high vis panels in the shoulders and piping across the back. Unzipping
the jacket reveals a full sleeve quilted thermal liner with a moisture absorbent
panel in the pack and a slit for accessing the interior pocket of the shell.
Don’t forget to check the product listing for the price on this one. You will
not be disappointed.
Ok… now let’s take a look at the MJ1563 Textile jacket. This is a great
lightweight jacket with the fit and features motorcyclists need, for about the
price of a licensed tshirt from your favorite professional sports team. The 1563
is made of a heavy duty water resistant nylon material and comes in either this
black with the high vis paneling or an all-black version with high viz piping.
This jacket does not have armor in the shoulders or elbows, so it is going to
fit like a regular casual jacket. Ventilation is key with textiles and the 1563
has vents everywhere. There are two vents on the chest, two on the biceps, and
two on the back. The vents have mesh inserts to keep the bugs out and zippers to
close them off entirely. Opening the jacket reveals a hidden pocket and the
removable full sleeve quilted thermal liner. Removing the thermal liner exposes
a fixed mesh liner that promotes airflow and mobility.
The next jacket I want you to see is another model from Tour Master called the
Transition 3. This ¾ length jacket is highly functional like the Sonora we just
looked at but is equipped with a 600 denier nylon and 1680 denier ballistic
polyester shell as opposed to the mesh, making it much more abrasion resistant
in a crash. This jacket is available in sizes xs – 3xlt, and seven handsome
color ways including black, blue, high vis yellow, red, silver, wine, and
yellow. Probably the most notable feature on this Transition Jacket is the
Pipeline ventilation system with waterproof zippers. On warmer days, you can
unfasten this cover flap and unzip the vent to keep you cool. You can hold the
vent open for extra airflow by adjusting this snap style adjuster. Speaking of
adjustment, this jacket has adjustability galore in the form of these stretchy,
button down straps on the arms, hook and loop straps at the waist, and hook and
loop tabs with reflective panels at the bottom edge. The vents on the chest
feature the same waterproof zippers and there are reflective stripes, piping,
and Phoslite panels covering pretty much the entire jacket. The back of the
jacket features a highly reflective Tourmaster logo and a full width zippered
exhaust vent. Unzipping the Transition 3 reveals the full sleeve quilted liner
with pockets and an additional zippered pocket in the shell. This really is a go
anywhere, do anything model. Check out the listing for the low price.
We have a couple more for you today. Next is one of my personal favorite bangs
for the buck. This is the River Road Laughlin Textile Jacket. Many motorcycle
apparel companies are making jackets that look more like casual apparel rather
than something that came straight from the racetrack or clubhouse. This Laughlin
is a great example. This jacket is ideal for all seasons but it is not
waterproof. The soft polynylon material is water resistant but the zippers
aren’t so you will get a little wet in steady rain, a situation easily remedied
with some raingear. The main closure features an all metal zipper that runs all
the way up the snap down collar, and a pull tab retainer strap. The top zippered
pockets double as vents and feature these stretchy tabs to keep the zippers
quiet. There are four additional pockets on the exterior including two snap down
breast pockets and two hand warmer pockets. Adjustable staps are are located at
the waist and on the cuffs of the sleeves. There is charcoal colored high vis
piping along the shoulders and across the back where you can see two additional
vents for extracting hot air during warmer rides. The Laughlin features CE
approved armor in the shoulders and elbows and a foam back pad. Inside the
jacket is a removable, waterproof, quilted thermal liner that is flanked by a
hidden pocket. There are additional pockets in the liner itself that are
duplicated on the shell for use when the liner is removed. This jacket looks
great. This one is definitely going into my personal collection.
Finally, I wanted to show you something in leather. Most riders don’t associate
leather with low price, but at Jafrum we have an entire collection of high
quality leather jackets and chaps for about the price of a hooded sweatshirt
from the mall. This Detour 8002 premium leather jacket is one of my favorites.
This jacket comes in either brown or black and is available in sizes M – 5X. The
main closure is equipped with a heavy duty metal zipper and a Euro style collar.
The front has two low profile vents above two hand warmer pockets and high vis
piping across the chest. There is CE approved armor in the shoulders and elbows
that is well hidden by the cut of the jacket. On the back, you can see the full
width zippered exhaust vent that is trimmed with high vis piping. The shoulders
have expansion panels that dramatically improve mobility and there is a zippered
panel for attaching a pair of pants to make a complete suit. Inside the 8002 is
a removable, quilted thermal liner that is flanked on either side by a snap