TACRIDER Mid layer jackets on Sale $149.99!

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by TACRIDER, Apr 19, 2018.

  1. KingOfFleece

    KingOfFleece SplitWeight(tm) waterproof seat covers

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  2. Corbeau de l'orage

    Corbeau de l'orage Designated Scapegoat

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    Received my jacket the other day - what a nice piece of kit! And made in the USA to boot! I can see me wearing this in place of stock thermal liners under all my jackets.
    For reference purposes, I am 6'4", weigh 220#, wear 36 x 36 jeans, and 17 1/2 x 36 dress shirt and the XL fit just right. I like it so much, I've ordered two of the Skul Caps as well!
    Thanks for the quick shipping and for throwing in a bit of swag! I had a funky morale patch I've already added. Pictures:

    TacRider1.JPG TacRider2.JPG
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  3. TACRIDER

    TACRIDER Adventurer

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    much appreciated write up and sizing info! we are stoked that you like your gear, and the fact that our stuff is made in the US. also love the moral patch you put on! its nice to see guys customizing their kit!

    enjoy the gear, ride safe and keep posting the pics

    all the best - Tacrider
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  4. Forjas

    Forjas Been here awhile

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    Got my jacket and is a sweet piece of gear! Well made and the fabric feels so nice. My new mid-layer gear def.
    Wife has already asked if they have a ladies version! Lol.

    Walked in the rain today and kept me completely dry. Was wondering if it's safe to have a Nikwax treatment on it? Just to add some additional protection.
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  5. TACRIDER

    TACRIDER Adventurer

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    I'll send an email to our Polartec reps and get an answer for you on the Nikwax treatment. It's a good thought for sure, especially if your're wearing it around town and off the bike as we all love to do!

    Just an FYI, we do not have a specific ladies version as of yet but due to the way the jacket conforms to the body and the slight "flare" at the bottom, we find that quite often the smalls and mediums fit women exceptionally well

    Glad you like the gear, and thank you for the positive feedback :)
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  6. Forjas

    Forjas Been here awhile

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    Will keep an eye out for the Polartec response. Exactly, they are so damn good looking that you just want to wear it anywhere. On and off the bike, in the rain, sunny, beach, mud. Lol.
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  7. ShineySideUp

    ShineySideUp Been here awhile

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    Ordered placed for a large. I've been wearing a Columbia zip up as a mid-layer, however, today I noticed wind getting through the jacket in the arm area on the V Strom. I recalled this special and so you've got another order :beer
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  8. TACRIDER

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    Awesome! we certainly appreciate the order. I guarantee that you'll have good luck with this jacket keeping the wind out when used as a mid layer. She'll be shipped out tomorrow for ya

    cheers!
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  9. cblais19

    cblais19 Been here awhile

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    Placed my order Sunday after running across this thread, jacket shipped promptly and showed up today. What a quality piece of gear; the black L jacket is fairly form-fitting but is cut in panels to lay nicely when riding, and the material has very good stretch - I was able to easily fit it over top of my Rev’it Akira jacket. Very high quality stitching as well, glad I ran across this!
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