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Great review! I have ridden with my Trinity II in temps as low as the upper 30s and been perfectly comfortable. In fact, since I got this jacket I haven't worn my beloved red leather one even once. The Trinity is just so light and comfy that leather can't compare. I have gotten a lot of compliments on how nice it looks, too. It's a seriously good value. Thanks for letting more folks know how great it is.

Alice McCardell
Dearborn, MI
Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Thank you for your review on the Ladies Trinity 2 Series Jacket. Through your Web site link I was able to locate Canton Cycle Shop that sells this garment not to far from where I live. Needless to say it is everything you mentioned and even more. I purchased the tan. My husband is a diehard leather person but reviewing the ladies jacket with me, he too, thought it was a great jacket and a wonderful price. He did try the men's Transition 2 Jacket. He was not use to the feel of the jacket material (too coarse) compared to the ladies and felt uncomfortable. But remember he is a leather person. When we go back to pick up my tan jacket I am going to have him try on the Ladies Trinity 2 in black. Maybe the ladies in black can be worn as a unisex jacket.

I love your newletter and have gotten great tips and a lot of useful information. I look forward to wearing my new jacket starting this spring. Thank you.

Susan DeFeo
Watertown, CT
Friday, February 13, 2009
Looks like a great women's jacket. Thanks for the info and I plan on checking it out.

Virginia
Denver, NC
Thursday, February 12, 2009
It is great that the motorcycle vendors are coming to realize that more and more women are riding these days, therefore, adding more women's products to their lines. However, as in this case and most of the others, the largest jacket in this line is a Large-Plus, which is a size 20. While I have worked very hard to reach this size (lost 67 lbs. so far), I am only about 10 pounds away.

If you do find a jacket that fits, it is a man's XXXL, which has arms about 4 feet long and while the jacket, as a whole, is made for a man 7 feet tall - or so it feels like it. The XXXL or even 4X pants are even funnier, as they are built for the same 7 foot tall man and the legs are at least half of that length! On a 5 foot 4 inch woman - oh yeah, that'll sure fit!

Please make more clothes in the width, length and size of most of us plus-sized riders. While skinny folks will say, "Well, just lose the weight, Stupid," most of us know it is not as easy as that, and a lot of us are trying to do just that.

It's bad enough the choices we have in the fashion world, don't keep it as ridiculous in the motorcycle apparel world!

Diddy Alston
High Point, NC
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
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