600 denier Carbolex jacket with a 100% waterproof and breathable Rainguard membrane and a zip-out, full-sleeve, quilted liner with 100g polyfill insulation when you need warmth. The Drifter 2.0 has pockets for CE-approved armor and has SP Memory Foam in the shoulders, elbows, and back for added protection. Phosolite reflective piping increase nighttime visibility. Action Back stretch panels add mobility in the riding position and Ram Air shoulder and back vents provide maximum airflow. There are two hand-warmer pockets and one chest pocket on the outside. The removable liner has a phone pocket and cargo pockets, and there are matching cargo pockets on the lining.
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from Yakima, WA
Comments about Pokerun Drifter 2.0 Motorcycle Jacket:
I ordered this jacket for something a little lighter and cooler than a leather jacket for some Washington State spring and fall seasons. It's in the 50's now and we get random rain showers in the area.The jacket and liner works excellent by keeping me warm and breathable, but not hot. Without the liner, I plan on wearing it throughout the summer on the longer rides when I don't want to get sun burns around my vest.The jacket itself is contructed well. The armor stays put and the shoulder ones DON'T stick way out there akin to football pads like some other jackets I've worn.There's only two reasons why I didn't give it a full five stars. First, one of the zippers on the left upper arm looks like it's a pocket, but it's not...it's just a zipper. The one under it is a pocket, but not the top one. I dunno' why.Second, while the jacket fits just fine as measured from around the chest, the jacket seems a little fluffy in the mid section. Some of that is due to the liner and some of it is because it's not made of stiffer leather. Since the jacket fits right, I wouldn't order a size smaller or anything to tighten it up because the sleeves would end up too short. Then again, a few extra pounds around the mid section would fit just fine if ya' needed the room.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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