Firstgear Jaunt T2 Jacket

Firstgear Jaunt T2 Jacket

$219.95
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Part Number:FST-JJKT-T2

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The Firstgear Jaunt Jacket has a megaton of features, a refined chassis, and a great price. It outperforms everything else in its class.

Top of the well-executed details list: the venting system. The Jaunt jacket has lots of vents, placed in the smart locations, with velcro straps to hold them open. The result: THEY WORK.

The cut of the jacket is perfect for the riding position, and also good off the bike. Pockets are in the correct locations. Arm reinforcments are large and strong. Zippers and closures work. Collar seals up nicely. When worn, the jacket looks "right". Everything about it is well thought out. This is a great lightweight ADV jacket, at a great price.
  • Hypertex waterproof and breathable, high-density 600 denier polyester outer shell
  • CE-rated armor in the shoulders and elbows plus an EVA foam back pad with reinforced shoulders and elbows
  • Inside the storm flap is a security pocket with a red slider for visibility
  • Two front 8 intake plus two 10 back exhaust vents
  • Detachable, insulated, fully-sleeved liner
  • Four generous patch pockets with envelope fold, hook-and-loop and snap closures
  • Adjustable straps on the collar, arms, sleeve cuffs and waist
  • Reflective panels on the front, side, arms and back
  • Phone pocket on the left side and a map/cargo pocket on the right side
  • The Jaunt has these pockets in both the liner and the jacket
  • 1-year manufacturers limited warranty
4 Stars
Jaunt 2 Review
Great jacket and you get a lot for the price. I really like first gear products but I had to return this jacket. Although there was enough room in the neck area, the part the snapped was to tight on the neck. It applied pressure to the neck and had to be returned. As always, Atomic was great to work with.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Oregon. on 12/14/2015
4/5
5 Stars
Jaunt T2 Review
The Jaunt T2 is a Great Jacket for the price. It is relatively light weight, tons of pockets and a well thought out ventilation system that really works. The compression straps make everything really secure - a snug fit. I added an optional back protector that fit into the sleeve in the back and removed the original foam insert. Overall completely satisfied with this Jacket. Highly recommended.
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Reviewed by:  from Chicago, Illinois. on 6/5/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Best Bang for the Buck?
Personally I think this is as good as it gets for this price. Jacket is well built, tough fabric, nice vents, nice inner jacket (but I also wear a down vest when temp is in the 30's) and has well placed pads. My only nit is a minor one - the 4 outer velcro pockets could be better designed. I have not worn this in the rain yet (I usually avoid those days) so no comment there. The other thing that raised my eyebrows was the washing instructions - hand wash in cold water. Really? I just throw it in the washer machine regular cycle. So far so good!
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Reviewed by:  from Bend, OR. on 4/7/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Top notch!
I usually don't have much luck with jackets unless I can order them in tall sizes. BP had me try on several jackets and then ordered up a tall Jaunt jacket for me. Fits really well, excellent quality materials, good armor and infinitely adjustable for fit, wind flow, etc. With the liner in, warm down into chilly temps. When it's hot out, ditch the liner, open the vents and Bob's your uncle. Haven't had a chance to test the waterproof-ness yet, but think it will do a great job. And, of course, the usual stellar customer service experience with BP and SP...they REALLY want you to be happy with your purchases, as opposed to simply selling you something that's "on sale" A+++++!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Beautiful Central Oregon. on 3/21/2015
5/5
3 Stars
Great in some ways......others not so.
I've been searching for a lightweight jacket that's seriously water resistant (no jacket is waterproof), with 4 outside front cargo pockets and zippered vents for warm weather riding. This jacket fit this well with it's 4 pockets, but who thought the tiny flaps over the zippers would resist water entering needs to ride one of these jackets in the rain. Not to mention the small flaps open up at 30+ mph to actually scoop the rain into the jacket. REALLY ?? Also in consideration is a jacket that's not so long that it bunches up when we bend at 90 degrees (or more) that bunches up so much it pushes the jacket upwards a lot. This one, once you take everything out, folds over nicely because it's no longer 3" thick........but thin enough to not cause issues. i also wanted a collar that would protect my neck and then open to let some air in when it's warm.......but there's no way to hold the collar open. WT????? Bottom line, there's lots to like about this jacket, but they sure missed the boat on several key items. Hey motorcycle jacket makers........ how about using some of your products for a few weeks on a bike and find out such things are just unacceptable after 50+ years of making today's jackets. Better yet....... look at what Aerostich is doing. Only thing wrong with Aerostich is they are so damn thick that you feel like your going to war when all you want is a durable outer jacket that repels most water, has lots of pockets, those on the outside being cargo type...... and lots of vents that can be opened and held open so the air can get through.
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Reviewed by:  from Washington DC. on 7/13/2014
3/5
4 Stars
Great Jacket for the Price So Far
I've had the Jaunt T2 in Blue for a few months now and so far it's been great for the price. To get a waterproof padded jacket with good ventilation for under $200 is hard to beat. I've ridden in light rain with it and kept me dry. I'm curious to test it in heavy rain, as it seems it may let a little in. The ventilation for warm days is pretty good. The external velcro pockets are a little difficult to operate, especially when getting them closed with velcro in-line. This is probably the only complaint I have, though. As far as fit goes, I'm 6', 180lbs, and wear a large. The medium would be a great fit for three season wear, though after a cold ride through Santiam Pass in March, I was glad to have the extra room for layers. It has adjustable compression straps on the waist that bring it in when I'm not wearing the layers and so far has felt good. All in all, I give this four stars, as I do not know it's true abilities in wet weather and the external pockets sometimes bug me. It is still a great jacket for the price, making it the best value item for me.
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Reviewed by:  from Jawbone Flats, OR. on 6/10/2014
4/5
5 Stars
The Chuck Norris of motorcycling jackets...
If Chuck Norris was a dual sport rider he would wear a Firstgear Jaunt T2 jacket. All kidding aside, I have not been assigned a long flight mission with this Jacket yet but have done a few sorties with it and I am impressed with it GREATLEY. The fit is great, the ventilation was wonderful the few days that it was hot here in bend last week, all in all, for the price this Jacket is THE BOMB... Thank you Atomic Moto, you guys rock!!! rwq
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Reviewed by:  from Greatest place on Earth (Bend, Oregon). on 5/14/2013
5/5