With extensive input from a veritable who's who of the 'long-distance' riding community, the stylish Tierra del Fuego is born!
Engineered for enhanced functionality, durability, hi-visibility and comfort, this feature-packed waterproof jacket is ready to take you to the farthest corners of the world, yet is just as comfortable on a lazy Sunday afternoon ride.
Sizes: Men 38-52
Women S, M and L
Maxtex® outer shell- protection and comfort
State-of-the-art Reissa® membrane technology with heat-taped seams-breathable and fully waterproof
Ballistic®-reinforced shoulders, elbows and upper back-superior puncture and abrasion-resistance
Removable, CE-approved armor in shoulder and elbows-heavy-duty impact absorption
Contoured, removable Tempurfoam spine guard-comfortable and protective
3M® Scotchlite® reflective piping on the front, back and sides-enhanced night visibility
Full DuPont® ThermoLite® liner-keep warm on cold days and zip out on hot days
Large zippered front chest, sleeve and rear vents with Air-Tec mesh lining-keep cool on hot summer days
Adjustable, soft suede-like lined collar doesn't chafe skin
Rotated shoulder and sleeve design-comfortable on all types of bikes
Sleeves tighten via snap tabs-keep armor in place
Gusseted sleeves with adjustable Velcro® cuffs-ease of use
Adjustable waist belt design-custom fit with any layer configuration
Elasticized base sides-good fit with any pants
Two lower zippered/snap pockets on front, map/cell phone pocket inside front flap, plus an inside zippered wallet pocket-plenty of useful pockets
WHAT THE EXPERTS SAY
"I wore it on a 2,500-mile trip through temperatures ranging from 90-degrees down to 45-degrees. It performed very well keeping me warm and dry in the wind and rain. With the multiple vents, it also kept me quite comfortable in the heat."
Rich W, Bellevue, NE
"Engineered for ultimate functionality, durability and comfort...ideal for touring and cruising."
Rider, November 2008
Roadgear's TDF combo (jacket and pants) seals well against wind and water, yet provide greater warmth than its minimal bulk would indicate...Overall, the TDF suit is one of my favorite combos for moderate and cool weather."
Rider, September 2008
"I've been wearing the Tierra del Fuego for the last few weeks in weather that has see-sawed back and forth from cool, wet and 50 to warm(ish), dry and 65. It's performed admirably under those conditions and I've pegged it as one of the best examples of a solid all-around jacket.
"The Roadgear Tierra del Fuego jacket is a reasonably priced solution for general `all around' motorcycling. It should be of interest to touring riders or anyone looking for a single motorcycle jacket that can serve multiple purposes."
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Webbikeworld.com, November 2006