It's called Cortech GX Air. It's on sale at New Enough for $109:check out Cortech. I can't remember the name of my jacket, but it has leather on the padded areas, mesh everywhere else, and 2 liners. My pants are the cortech flex series, and they are GREAT!
I was afraid of that...it gets so hot and humid here in Ky you just cant take it.I've been wearing the TPG pants for the past couple of months (with and without liner), but they're gonna be way too hot for summer in New England. Mesh pants are the way to go.
Mtlee, could you tell more about Fieldsheer 4-season pants? Pros, cons? I'm thinking about getting a pair: http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com/1/1/40/137/ITEM/Fieldsheer-Four-Season-Mesh-Pants.aspxI use the Fieldsheer 4-season pants, as they had the most mesh coverage (i.e. fewest solid fabric panels) at the time that I bought them. They also come in silver/gray, which reflects a lot of the sun's heat.
I bought one last year, and I really like it. Lots of air when you're moving, but I still sweat under the back pad. Need to sit up straighter.I've been wearing a Joe Rocket Phoenix jacket for the past three summers. Good protection and very comfortable in the hot southern summers.
I've got the same jacket, nice and comfy in the hot weather.I've been wearing a Joe Rocket Phoenix jacket for the past three summers. Good protection and very comfortable in the hot southern summers.
bneedles, I have an Airglide 2 also, and last summer replaced it with the Rev'it Air jacket -- a little more mesh, top quality, and the collar isn't a torture device like the Olympia's. Rev'it quality is up there with BMW and Aerostitch gear, but not so expensive. Got it at Lonestar BMW/Triumph up on Lamar between Rundberg and Braker. Check em out, they have awesome staff (say hi to Denise) and carry a lot of good gear. Besides Rev'it they also have Tourmaster/Cortech, Olympia, Vanson, Firstgear (I think) and several others. I also got a pair of Rev'it Challenge mesh pants that I like a lot, the first pants I've found that actually fit my skinny legs.