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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-27-2011, 05:25 PM Thread Starter
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Tourmaster Transition 2 IS Waterproof

Had my TT2 for about 6 months and living here in the Pacific Northwet had the odd damp day. But on Friday I had over 2 hours in blinding, pissing rain on the I 5, miserable. So much spray, I was in the slow lane doing 55 or so.

But, the good news is my TT2 was totally waterproof. Even the front zipper with Velcro and double overlap wasn't leaking. None of the vent zippers either.

Waterproof motorcycle jacket is normally an oxymoron, but not this time. Yep, I know its newish and that always helps, but must say I'm impressed. I got the neon yellow, which does show the dirt, but even that cleaned up a tad. For the price (got mine from motorcyclesuprestore in OR), its a great deal. Only downside, you can't open the vents on the move and there are too many clips etc, other than that its great.

Usual disclaimer, I don't own MCSS, but I'd like to

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Nice! Glad the jacket is working out for you. Friday we were hitting a slight amount of sleet heading over Washington Pass, but couldn't beat the sunny weather on the other side!

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That's great. Just don't try the Caliber pants. They leak in the crotch. Brr!

Two buddies and I all had the Caliber pants on. All three leaked. The next day I wore my frogg toggs on the inside of the pants to keep me dry and warm.
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