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Macna Men's All-Season GEO 2 Waterproof Motorcycle Jacket

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$492.50 $191.99
SKU: MN.3225

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Review by RI Rider
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My wife bought me this jacket as a gift after moving to Rhode Island, and I love it. My coldest ride so far was starting my morning commute over the bay at a balmy 28 degrees. While wearing only a polo shirt underneath, my ride was warm and comfy with a 15 mph cross wind.

The only bad thing I can say is that you have to pay attention to what zipper you are trying to use. There are three zippers on the front, one for each layer. When I know it is going to be a bit warm to use all layers, I will only zip the main outer jacket and let a nice breeze in through the rain layer. This allows my core to get a cool breeze, and keep my arms nice and warm.

As a man with a very American body type (round), The jacket can be a bit snug around the belly. So when fitting for the jacket, make sure you take that in account when looking at the size charts and measure both the chest and belly. (Posted on 11/24/15)
Review by Mike Papa
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This is a great coat - I've worn it down to 35 degrees with just a t-shirt underneath, and been completely comfortable. It fits perfectly and has a ton of great features. I was originally put off by the price, but it's really worth it. So much better than my cheap old coat - glad I bit the bullet and got it! (Posted on 11/13/15)
Review by Gregg
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Before I got this jacket I bought and returned an Olympia Nomad and a Tourmaster Transition 3. The Macna is by far the most comfortable and least restrictive. The other two had better venting but were too stiff and bulky-feeling.

One thing you'll notice right away: zippers, zippers, and more zippers, all of which are left-handed (pull on the left), which takes some getting used to. With the liner in and the vent cover on there are three zippers down the front, so you really have to pay attention to what you're zipping.

My biggest annoyance is that you can't put the thermal liner in without the waterproof liner. This is true of a lot of jackets of this type. Why do manufacturers think I want get ride through a downpour and have the outer jacket be soaked? And despite claims of "breathability", the waterproof liner is still like wearing a plastic bag in any heat. It's not terribly difficult to put in, but it's not something you can pop in in a minute when the rain starts.

One of the best features is the cuffs. The zippers that hold the liner sleeves is on the outside, so the liner doesn't bunch up when you take it off. Also the adjustment strap doesn't make the cuff bunch up; with them pulled tight you get get the cuff inside gloves with relatively small gauntlets.

Overall I would recommend this jacket for three seasons. You won't be wearing it when the temps hit the high 80's but the rest of the time it's great! (Posted on 7/10/14)
Review by Anonymous
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No really, great fit, adaptable to the climate, comfortable, adjustable, and highly visible. Only drawback so far is it's far too easy to mismatch the zippers for the layers and a few stray threads. (Posted on 7/7/14)
Review by Gregg
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Before I got this jacket I bought and returned an Olympia Nomad and a Tourmaster Transition 3. The Macna is by far the most comfortable and least restrictive. The other two had better venting but were too stiff and bulky-feeling.

One thing you'll notice right away: zippers, zippers, and more zippers, all of which are left-handed (pull on the left), which takes some getting used to. With the liner in and the vent cover on there are three zippers down the front, so you really have to pay attention to what you're zipping.

My biggest annoyance is that you can't put the thermal liner in without the waterproof liner. This is true of a lot of jackets of this type. Why do manufacturers think I want get ride through a downpour and have the outer jacket be soaked? And despite claims of "breathability", the waterproof liner is still like wearing a plastic bag in any heat. It's not terribly difficult to put in, but it's not something you can pop in in a minute when the rain starts.

One of the best features is the cuffs. The zippers that hold the liner sleeves is on the outside, so the liner doesn't bunch up when you take it off. Also the adjustment strap doesn't make the cuff bunch up; with them pulled tight you get get the cuff inside gloves with relatively small gauntlets.

Overall I would recommend this jacket for three seasons. You won't be wearing it when the temps hit the high 80's but the rest of the time it's great! (Posted on 9/25/13)
Review by Adam
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My wife got me this jacket for my birthday. What a great piece of goods. I went for my first cold ride. What a pleasure to wear. It was a cool 43 degree night ride and I was comfy wearing just a T-shirt under the coat. Wow I have a great wife for getting me this awesome coat!!! I highly recommend it. (Posted on 9/19/13)

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