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post #21 of 24 (permalink) Old 09-20-2020, 08:42 AM
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I have owned a lot of Tourmaster gear and have been very pleased with most of them. I have also had (still do) Dainese winter pants and jacket and mesh jacket. I have mixed reviews of them. The pants are great, the winter jacket pretty good, the mesh jacket disappointing, although Iím still wearing it. I have three winter jackets now, and I mostly wear and like the no longer available Tourmaster Jett III that I bought for $100. Itís my favorite.

When considering gear that costs three times as much, I ask myself ďam I trying to fix something that isnít brokenĒ. I Bought a $850 Schubert helmet about five years ago. I hated it despite trying one on several times before buying. After about six weeks I sold it at a $250 loss, bought what was then about a $550 Shoei GT Air and liked it so much that Iím now on my second one.

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Darien jacket. Darien pants.
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Do you wear the Darien pants over regular pants or by themselves? I find wearing 2 layers of pants gets pretty bulky and it makes it difficult for my short stubby legs to reach the ground at stops.

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Original Darien jacket/pants for 20 yrs, then it needed replacing. It was an easy decision. Did a ride to Duluth for a custom fitting for a Darien Lite jacket/pants. It is much less bulky than the original. With both suits the ONLY times I got some wetness is when I forgot to raise up the collar and cinch. I've been through many all day downpours with both. Because it was asked, I wear sports tights (long sleeves) under the Darien and that setup is good for 50f and above. Above 95f is hot no matter what you do. I also have a complete set of heated liners for colder weather. Always fun to get out in single digits on clear dry roads.

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Donk, Go commando. Just don't tell us.

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