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Sliders All-Season 2 Mesh jackets are the ultimate solution for all-weather performance. The external shell of the jacket is constructed of moto-ballistic mesh, which will allow air to pass right through, resulting in a comfortable ride even through those hot summer months. Inside the Sliders All Season 2 jacket you'll find a two stage liner system which can be installed independently of each other. The first stage is a waterproof barrier featuring a storm flap over the main zipper. Not only will this liner keep you nice and dry in wet weather, it also effectively blocks the wind in cooler weather. Getting really cold out? Install the quilted thermal liner in conjunction with the waterproof liner, and the Sliders All Season 2 Jacket will keep you nice and warm.

The 3/4 length of the Sliders All Season 2 Mesh Jacket means you are fully covered no matter your riding position, and full length stretch panels down the sides allow for freedom of movement. For protection, Sliders gear uses 100% genuine name brand Aramid over the critical impact areas, with CE rated armor in the elbows and shoulders along with a foam back pad. The Sliders Gear All-Season jacket is a bargain, and available exclusively here at Competition Accessories. Be sure to check out the Sliders All-Season pants if you need the full setup.

  • Moto-Ballistic Mesh and Nylon Poly Outer Shell with Genuine Dupontâ„¢ KEVLAR® coverage in the key areas of the arms and shoulders
  • 2-Stage Waterproof/Breathable and Thermal Liner System
  • Expansion panels on lower sides
  • CE Approved Armor on Back, Elbows and Shoulders
  • Adjustable / Flexible straps on arms
  • Waterproof chest pockets
  • Sliders reflective safety badges
  • Waterproof Breathable liner can be stored in rear pouch
  • 2 hand pockets and 1 rear pouch pocket
  • 1 inner wallet pocket and 2 inner accessory pockets
  • 3 Colors and Regular and Tall Sizing

    DuPont™ and Kevlar® are registered trademarks or trademarks of E.I. duPont de Nemours and Company

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    all season jacket - mike   CT Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: fit, comfort
    Cons: [None]

    This garment fit me well med 165 lbs, and 5'6. I like the brightness of the jacket.

    Good, safe jacket - JohnD   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit good, Sturdy, Very comfortable.
    Cons: Maybe a little snug when wearing all layers. Collar could be taller

    Going on long trip I like that this jacket layers. Outer shell, windrain insert and inner layer for warmth.Over all a good value

    SLIDERS ALL SEASON 2 - KGD   TN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Cons: NONE


    Sliders All Season 2 Jacket - Dennis S. PA   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: many features
    Cons: none

    I've had this 2 months,riding every day.Great coat so far in hot weather and some rain.My friends say the orange is very visible and looks good also. The size is right on,this is my third Sliders jacket. This one combines mesh,waterproof and warmth all in one.I got it on sale,so it was a bargain ,3 jackets in one. Now I'm putting the jacket on and going for a ride

    Great - Cra-z1000   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Protective , well made , great price .
    Cons: none

    Way better than I expected . Nice fit , I am 6-1 , 200 lbs. Large regular is a perfect fit for me . Nice and heavy . The mesh seems like it will be very protective . By for now , going to order some more Slider gear

    newbe - newbe   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: none

    Being new to the motorcycle world I wanted to make sure I was getting quality gear for my first bike. And the slider jacket and pants did not disappoint. I'm 5'10 200 pounds and ordered an extra large jacket that gives me just enough room if I'm wearing a sweat shirt underneath. Not only does it fit well but I wanted to test it out in about 35 degree weather. Only wore shorts and a t-shirt under the jacket and pants and the only thing that got cold on me was my hands. I love the Kevlar and cold protection they give.Couldn't be happier with the gear.

    sliders jacket - mrwiz326   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit,style,workmanship
    Cons: none at this time

    I would recommend this jacket highly for price and comfort and workmanship you cant beet it

    My new favorite jacket - MtnTrailRider   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: well designed, versatile, good quality
    Cons: none

    This is my first mesh jacket. I purchased the Sliders heavier adventure jacket great for colder temps a couple of years ago and found wearing it above 75 deg was too hot even with all the vents open. As a result I wouldn't wear it during hot weather. This jacket is great for warmer temps or slower riding on gravel roads. I purchased this before a week long trip and love it even more. During my NW loop trip I encountered rain, hot sun, and cool coastal temperatures. The liner kept me dry and warm riding through 2 hours of showers and it dried out quickly once we left the wet weather. It is fairly easy and quick to zip in or out the liners to change the level of comfort. In the cooler mornings 50-60 F I would ride with the liner in and be fine. During the hot mid day 85-90F I would zip out the liner and ride with just the mesh shell and a t-shirt which is almost like riding in just a t-shirt but having protection from the sun and no t-shirt whip. It also gave me the piece of mind knowing if something came up around a corner rocks, gravel, distracted drivers that I couldn't evade in time I would have some protection in the event of going down. Along the coast it was much cooler and I had to zip in both liners to be warm.Sliders jackets are a great value in my opinion. They are well designed, don't break the budget, and look and fit well. I am 5'8, 178 lb and I tried my friend's medium sized jacket but I found it a little tight with no liners in so I ordered the large for comfort. There are many adjustments with the jacket to allow cinching it closer or further away from your body. Sliders improved the zipper pulls on this jacket so they don't come unglued like the ones on my adventure jacket did from a couple of years ago, I suspect they improved them as well. Because they use snaps on the sleeve adjustments I know it won't wear out as quickly as Velcro adjustments.If you never have ridden in a mesh jacket before be prepared for the piece of mind in having protection while being comfortable. The one thing that took some getting used to was the jacket temperature changes very quickly when riding from sunny areas into cooler forests due to the jacket allowing lots of airflow. It wasn't hard to get used to, just different. I suspect I will be able to ride with this jacket down to 45 degrees with both liners in and still be comfortable. If I add a fleece under all the liners I could probably extend it down to 40 degrees. If you only buy one jacket and want lots of versatility then this is the jacket

    Great gear - Farnie   NV Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: High quality gear at very affordable price
    Cons: None so far...

    High quality gear at very affordable price. Excellent value.

    A Pleasant Surprise - Big-W   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Nice fit adjustability, well made, good value, comfortable
    Cons: A little big

    Ordered the large-tall. I have very long arms, but not a huge chest. Regardless, this jacket fits quite nicely once I dialed in all the adjustments available. I truly did not expect the quality that comes with the jacket. Leather at the end of the sleeves, several snap adjustments on the arms.Additionally, I have so far worn the jacket down to 47 degs and been comfortable WITHOUT the included warmth liner. I have also worn it in temps as warm as 75 so far. It has been very comfortable.Anywho--I was definitely pleasantly surprised.

    Great Jacket - NewTexRider   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Sturdy Construction, Protection With Freedom of Movement, Great in All Weather
    Cons: [None]

    Liners work great, and jacket is suited to extreme heat and cold. You feel safe in it, and it has enough features to allow you to adjust to your own needs. Sliders gear is great, and this is a prime example.

    Slider All-Season Jacket - ascooterowner   DC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great fit, unbeatable price, all-seasonweather utility, shoulderelbowback protection
    Cons: None

    I got this jacket about a month ago in the hi-viz color and I LOVE it The price was unbelievably affordable compared to other kevlararmored jackets. It comes with two zip-in internal liners, a waterproof one for rain and a quilted one for cold weather. I haven't tried them yet because summer's are warm where I live.Speaking of summers, when both liners are removed, the jacket is essentially mesh on most of the body, except for the shoulders and elbows. This means that you feel cool as long while you're riding. And while I take the jacket off as soon as I arrive wherever I'm going, I do keep it on for the one or two minutes it takes me to lock up and cover my scooter, and I've never felt like I was overheating. And, because I ride mostly in city traffic, even time spent at stop signs and red lights is bearable due to the mesh design.I also like that there is a bottom zipper as well so I can partially unzip the jacket to reach my pants pockets. Speaking of pockets the jacket comes with left and right breast pockets, which can be left unzipped and serve as additional vents. There is a large pocket on the back that are accessible from left and right sides. There are also left and right hip pockets which are big enough to comfortably stash my riding gloves. There is a large vertical zipper pocket on the left side of the inner lining, as well as additional large storage pockets. I haven't checked out the pockets in the liners but I'm sure they're large and accessible.The only downer I noticed - which is minor and not really due to design - is with the long version of the large size, which I bought - because I have disproportionately long arms. The sleeves are the ideal length but I find the elbow pads are a tad too far down towards my wrists. So . . . unless like me you have freakishly long arms, don't get the long. There's plenty of length in the back so you don't have to worry about it riding up.

    All Season 2 - Dennis   MN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Highly versatile, high visibility
    Cons: A bit heavy

    I got this jacket to be a true all season replacement and have not been disappointed. It has good air-flow in humid 90 degree temps and the liner does its job at 50 degrees although it would not be suitable for temps lower than that for me. The armor makes it a bit heavy but that is not noticeable when wornriding. I am 5'10185 and the large fits well. I have not discovered a downside with this gear to date.

    Good jacket for the price - WC   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great airflow, good fit
    Cons: None

    This jacket has a really good fit and great airflow. The multiple liners make it ideal for the weather in the pacific northwest, ranging from nice and sunny to wet and damp.

    Sliders jacket - Nolan   MN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made, good air flow,
    Cons: Kind of a hassle to remove and install liners

    Jacket is well made fit and sizing is good. Have worn jacket twice and the air flow is great with liners removed. Have not used the waterproof or insulated liners yet so can not comment on how well they work. It is kind of a hassle to remove and install the liners quickly.

    Valkyrie Rider - Steve   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good fit, Sturdy material, good air flow, protection in the right places
    Cons: None

    After reading several reviews and comparing similar jackets I decided on the Sliders All Season 2. It had all the features I was looking for at a price that couldn't be beat. Summers are hot here in Texas and I needed relief but didn't want to sacrifice my safety or break my bank account either. This jacket fit the need perfectly. True to size, take into consideration though the rain and thermal liners make it snug when both are in. That being said, there is still a lot of adjustments that can be made and there is the stretch panels on both sides and the Velcro adjustment straps on both sides. The jacket is comfortable enough to wear all day. I love this jacket and highly recommend it. Best value for the money and very well made.

    All Seasons 2 Large Jacket - Keith, SLC, UT   UT Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Visibility , Versatility, Value
    Cons: runs large compared to other brands

    I am 5'10 170 lbs. Ride 2009 V Strom 1000. Tested from 4000' to 9000'. Can tell this will be great all season jacket. Two Liners makes fit better for coolest temps. Jacket only is a little large. Medium would fit better for 90 -105 degree summer temps. Breathes well and is very visible. Would prefer zips at end of sleeves, not big Velcro fan. Would reccomend this as great only jacket. Much nicer than my Scorpion or Shift jackets.

    Awesome Jacket with Kevlar - Adirondacks   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made, perfect fit, very breathable, great protection materials & comfort fit
    Cons: Wish this jacket was available when I purchased my 1st Sliders jacket

    This is my jacket for all riding now. I tested this jacket in 95 degree humid weather and was impressed. I ride a touring bike with full fairing and still felt comfortable when riding in that weather. Obviously at stopping I was warm and no jacket would solve that problem unless their was an AC in the jacket. Although not tested yet, the water proof liner is well constructed and looks like will perform very well.

    Sliders All Season 2 Jacket - Sandy Mills   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Outstand quality
    Cons: Little long in the arms

    The overall fit of the jacket is great but the arms are about 1 inch too long. 6'5 at 235 the tall is really tall which is unusual since most motorcycle coats run small. The quality of the coat and its attention to detail is outstanding. Could not have purchased a better summer coat for twice the cost and I have tried a lot of them.

    Good Choice - ScottKY   KY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quality construction, good fit, pretty good air flow, bi-directional zipper
    Cons: A little heavy

    I was looking for a reasonably priced 34 length warm weather jacket, and I'm very pleased with my choce. I decided to go with the hi-viz yellow, and I'm glad I did. I have a greatly increased sense of confidence that cagers can see me now. I like the fit of the jacket. I'm 5'11, about 205 lbs, and the XL fits very well. The jacket flows a lot of air, which is what I wanted. I really like the bi-directional main zipper. I ride a sport tourer, and being able to unzip the bottom of the jacket a little bit is really helpful given my riding position. The only minor nit I can pick is that the jacket seems a bit heavy, but it's not a big deal.

    Excellent all weather jacket - Kirk   CO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Perfect fit, to include shoulders, arm length, and waist. Also, the neon yellow is increadibly visible.
    Cons: [None]

    I'm narrow in the shoulders, but long in the arms, so getting a good fit can be difficult at time. I ordered from the long section, and the jacket fit like a glove. The armor sits right where it needs to, the neck closure is comfortable, and with the two zip in liners, it provides great all weather riding.

    After ride update - Brian   CT Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Everything
    Cons: None

    Finally got to take this jacket out on it's first ride and,, how do I explain, it was a feeling I haven't felt in so long. It felt like riding with a T-shirt on again In my previous review I stated that I wear my gear no matter what the conditions, but I had forgotten that wonderful feeling of just wearing a T-shirt on a beautiful day. It was about 80 degrees and I was even a bit chilly at times, it was fantastic. Love this jacket, I feel so much smarter than all those people in their cut-offs lookin' so cool, when I actually am cool, and protected Thanks Comp Acc

    This Sliders Kevlar Jacket, Beats Tourmaster bigtime - rg500g   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: materials, protection, 2 stage liners, superior rain liner, pockets, stitching quality
    Cons: tiny loops for connecting liners, elbow armor needs some beef, elastic straps on snaps

    I bought the Tourmaster Airglide 3 jacket, and the Slider product is simply better. The rabbit pouch you get with a 34 length, double front zipper, serious waterproof liner, decent thermo liner, kevlar, and overall materials on par with Tourmaster really place it above Tourmaster, Cortech, Fieldsheer, Cyclegear brand, Joe Rocket, or Teknic. My Tourmaster jacket, new, is now surplus. I'm a 42 jacket with a real 34 waist and a Med is a snug fit with all liners in, but it fits. Large would be blousy. Unlike Tourmaster you get a backpad you can upgrade - it's a standard shape. Armor is sourced at a price and shows the backpad is OK though, surprisingly, but that's a minor upgrade. The loops for mounting the liner need to be redone. They're small elastic loops and fitting the strap through is a royal pain, but that's the worst critique. The elastic straps on the arm snaps are a good idea, but the elastic ages quickly in use and you lose the stretch in 2-3 years and the strap gets too long to snug up. Eh, maybe replace jacket, but honestly this is built to last a lot longer. This jacket is a direct competitor with Olympia, Alpinestars, and Revit in terms of quality and features. Factor in the price and you have a superior value.

    Just arrived - Brian   CT Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quality, fit, price
    Cons: None yet

    You know, it used to be that if the weather was hot, we wore T-shirts. These days, I want to wear all my gear no matter what the conditions. I own a beautiful Hein Gericke that I've had for some 20 years. It has zipper vents on the chest, sleeves, and back but it is leather so when it gets hot outside, that jacket is hot. Plus it has no armor. Started searching, found this on a closeout, and ordered one up. In black, of course Jacket just arrived and I am smitten with it. Feels comfortable, Although that back pad may take a bit of getting used to. Love the fact that it's armored and can breathe, can't wait to take it for a ride. I am a fat bastard at 5'10', 280 lbs. Bought the 3x and it fits around the gut without the liners in. Which is fine since I bought it for mesh and not for winter My ten and eight year old says it makes me look cool so it must be cool. Quality looks good, attention to detail, affirmative. Comp Acc, good job. This is my second purchase from you and your delivery was once again fast and painless and free and the prices can't be beat. I'll update after a ride. Thanks Comp Acc, happy Father's day to me

    A great addition to my jackets - Bill L   MO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great fit, looks awesome, very protective
    Cons: Small interior pockets

    I ride a Harley Davidson Road Glide but did not want to always look like a Harley Rider in black leather. I wanted a great warm weather jacket that gave me protection but kept me cool too. This jacket is awesome and my biker buddies really like it too so they may be ordering this soon. I typically wear a 42 chest sized jacket and this one is sized correctly. It runs just a little tighter than my other jackets but I probably won't use the thermal liner. Without the thermal liner it is perfect and exactly what I was looking for. The mesh keeps my cool and the kevlar and armor keeps me protected. The quality of this jacket is comparable to 350 jackets. I am totally happy with this jacket and would buy it again.

    As Good As It Gets - DARKFIELDMX   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great Jacket - Offers nice protection, has lots of options
    Cons: None - I really Like It.. and for 150 how could you go wrong,

    I was looking for a lightweight jacket for those short brisk rides to work. this gets the job done very well. I'm 220lb fits fine. a Little long in the arms but not enough to take away from its value.Ride Safe All

    Old Man - Bob S.   ID Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfort,Style,Length of the Jacket, Safety features
    Cons: XL quilted liner fits tightly, but within comfort range

    This jacket provides comfort, sufficient rider protection and vivid color that makes it very appropriate for riders on short or long rides. I live in an area where visibility on limited sight mountain roads requires as much visibility as possible. This jacket meets those requirements. I would recommend this item without reservation.

    Sliders All Season 2 Kevlar Jacket - Airwuf   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Cool, great fit, well manufactured, options with thermal and waterproof liners, kevlar protection
    Cons: Some of the velcro catches on pocket material.

    This jacket was my second Slider kevlar jacket and I bought this one for warm weather riding as first was full textile cold weather gear. It fulfills this most excellently The liners that come with this jacket also give a great option of using it when riding up in elevation or into wet environs. It truly is an all season lightweight jacket system. Will consider this for wife as a great one-size-fits-all system for both hot and cold weather riding.

    Best deal ever and it has Kevlar - Tennessee Rick   TN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Visability, versitile, size consistent, good protection,comfortable, warm,best deal I've found anywhere
    Cons: Heavy and bulky to store in bagstrunk, pockets not convenient

    The basics Good fit ordering the size I would normally wear, well constructed, good protection with padding and kevlar.Though heavier and bulkier than my textile jacket it is quite comfortable when riding and moves well with me. Bulk is more of an issue in trunkbags.The test I have 42 years of cycling experience, mostly in the mountains of Tn., N.C., & Ga. where conditions can change considerably during the course of a day. First time out was 140 miles on an overcast day with the temp staying around 40 degrees on a sport touring bike 70mph. I stayed warm with only a sweatshirt under and the obvious recognition from other drivers due to the high viz was inspiring. Second trip was on dual-sport starting 40 degrees, climbing to 75 degrees and back down again. Warm when the temp was cool and nice venting with liners out when thing warmed up Installingremoving liners was not as difficult as I expected from other reviews, but could be easily modified if you find it a problem. A word to the wise I've also spent 37 years in Orthopedic Surgery and many of the unfortunate cyclists I,ve met along the way would certainly have faired better if they had been more visable and worn protective clothing.How much is your body worth.

    In a word Best - K J Kelly   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Best Quality, Best Features, Best Price, Genuine Kevlar
    Cons: Pants too short... My fault I guess... Should have ordered taller size than what I would normally wear

    Excellent.Fast delivery and packaged well.Best Quality, Best Features, Best Price.I feel much, much safer on the streets and highways now.

    Excellent Motorcycle Jacket with Kevlar - GA Mtn Rider   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Nice Fit. Well made. Cool.Hi-Viz., Kevlar Coverage
    Cons: Collar a little stiff and placed so it can rub your neck. Could use a little more padding and soft fabric.

    Was leary of ordering this jacket as it was an unknown brand to me and the price was low compared to competitors. Turns out this is a case where you don't get what you pay for- but more than you paid for. Seems very well made. Was impressed with air flow and fit of garment. It did not scrimp on length like a lot of tall offerings from other brands. Will definitely buy this brand again.

    S.LA Summer Tested and Approved - furduknfish   LA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Kevlar, HD Zipper, stretch panels, CE pads, Excellent Ventilation, 34 Length
    Cons: Long sleeves, Sleeve synch snaps, Bulkytight liners

    Thats S. Louisiana... already flirting with the upper 90's and humidity way past that in June. Daily commute to Big Easy Quite Breezy. At nominal speeds, the mesh directs the wind in for a cool ride. The synch snaps ar BIG and tend to catch by backpack, minor annoyance resnapping but hard luggage is my next purchase. Why these arent fold-over velcro, I dont know I can be seen easily HI-VIZ from a great distance which is 12 the benefit. As noted, the sleeves are mutant long but they can be velcro'd down. I leave loose just for the extra airflow past gloves. The back protector is a foam pad but descrp says CE, dont think so. I am 5'10200lbs with a mod build and a mod beer belly late 30's, it happens and the large fits just right with liners removed. With both liners in its tight but workable. The liner attachments were a pain getting apart, as others noted. I probably wont be messing with the windwaterprf liner till late November, again S. LA. Quite happy for the price I paid on sale 150.

    Great kevlar motorcycle jacket for the bucks - Wayno J   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Visibility, great fit, amazing price, Dupont Kevlar protection
    Cons: Heavy, tie-in loops small and flimsy

    I've only had this jacket for a few days, but I've managed to test it in the warm 78 is warm in Seattle and the wet again, Seattle. So far, so great The ventilation is very good, even stopped at a light -- the mesh really does it's job. With the water-proof wind-proof liner installed, it kept me warm and dry -- actually a little too warm, as the temp was still 78, but no breeze gets thru that liner. Definitely wind-proof. The tiny loops that attach the liner to the kevlar jacket are the only real weak point of this system -- one of them has already torn loose after only two installations. And this jacket is HEAVY, as cjohnnyride pointed out, even without the liners. I was amazed that a jacket this heavy could still keep you as cool as it does. We winter in Arizona, where even January - March it can get into the 80's, and summers here in Seattle sometimes rarely see the 90's and 100's, so August will be the true test of coolness. For now, I give it 5 stars and highly recommend this jacket to anyone looking to save some bucks compared to buying Tourmaster or Olympia but not willing to compromise their safety and comfort.

    Good Pair with All-Season Kevlar Pants - Jacob Flig   SC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: good fit, good price, comfortable
    Cons: [None]

    I bought the All-Season 2 Kevlar jacket to use with the all-season 2 kevlar pants I bought. Overall the jacket is a good fit. It is a little slimmer in the torso, but the stretch panels give it adequate room to expand. The double main zipper is a must for a coat this length. Lots of reflective piping and good hi-viz orange color work well. a good choice for most standard and touring riders. I would probably not use it below 35 degrees.

    Sliders All Season 2 Jacket - Ralph F.   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quality built-in nice features well made
    Cons: It seems a bit heavy for summertime - but it is mesh...

    I wanted this jacket to REPLACE an aging summertime mesh jacket I own. I almost didn't purchase it but went ahead and pulled the trigger. This jacket is SO MUCH MORE than just a summertime mesh jacket Waterproof liner quilted thermal liner altogether or mix and match allows this jacket to cross into multiple riding seasons I wouldn't chance it in 30-degree weather. I have yet to actually ride in it but look forward to the spring thaw here in the Northeast... soon...All in all -- seems like a terrific purchase

    Great Jacket - Bad Dad   WI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good fit, nicely finished, good airflow, sturdy feel.
    Cons: Short collar, Inside pocket positions, outer chest pockets.

    Happy with my new jacket. Two back to back 4 day, 1200 mile trips, one on road and one 50 off road. Jacket did well in slow going 80 degree heat off road and also flowed air nicely at hiway speeds in 90 degree heat. It has a nice substantial feel to it, heavier than I thought it would be. I wish the collar were a bit taller with a closure for cooler weather, and the inside flapped and pouch pockets are a little awkwardly placed. Outer chest pockets about useless, hard to use and my hand won't fit into them. Rain, wind liner worked well on a 55 degree morning commute with some lite sprinkles. I'm 6'1 230# witha 49 inch chest and a slightly athletic build. I got the 2XL and it fits fine, lil snug with both liners but fine with the rain liner and an extra thermal top. All in all, happy with my purchase, two freinds own the same jacket and are happy as well.

    all season - Les G   SC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: price, fit are good
    Cons: [None]

    i wear it at night 11pm air flow is good. haven't ridden in rain or cold yet so haven't needed liners. Hope I never need the armour. part of my ride is highway.

    Cool ride Texas heat - Stephen Hlavaty   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Ventilation is great, feels safe and rugged
    Cons: Heavy, needs more water proof pockets

    Ventilation of jacket is great, nice and comfortable in the South Texas heat. With both the quilted liner and rain liner the jacket feels heavy, but once you put it on you feel safe.The sizing is true to fit. At 6ft 5in and 280lbs the fit is snug, but comfortable. For the money I do highly recommend this jacket. Have fun and be safe

    Quality jacket.. - Abramsgunner   AL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good armor, comfortable, fits well
    Cons: none so far

    I was pleasantly surprised by this jacket. It feels well put together with quality materials. I have a long torso so I prefer a 34 jacket... this one fits snug, like a waist cut jacket, but is 34 length. The extra length solves the issue where a I fear a shorter jacket might ride up in a crash.I bought this for summer riding, so I can't comment on the effectiveness of the liners... but so far it is great for those days that are getting too warm for my solid textile jacket.I would definitely recommend this jacket to a friend.

    Good Deal - danielsv650s   SC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Price Versatility Adjustability Visibility
    Cons: Compromises

    This jacket is a fantastic buy for the price. Although I got it on sale which is a big reason why I'd say that. If you want a single jacket that will work for so many different climates, this is absolutely the jacket you want. The glaring downside to me is the jacket does not have the same rigid and protective feeling as my leather alpinestars jacket. This jacket feels almost like a flimsy mesh jacket, but I have not put it through a crash thank goodness so I don't know how it would hold up in a crash. I have little doubt the CE foam in the shoulders, back, and elbows would help immensely in the event of a crash. Again, I'll reiterate that given the versatility and price, this is a fantastic jacket. One other annoying downside is that the velcro from the waterproof liner can tear at the mesh inner lining of the outer shell jacket.

    Sliders All Season - JRD   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Multiple inner layers, WATER PROOF
    Cons: [None]

    I purchased the All Season Jacket and pants in preparation for a ride near the Dragon. As advertised the water proof membrane is supposed to allow body moisture out, while preventing rain water in. I found the membrane does not allow enough body heat and moisture out so the jacket and pants with just the water proof membrane were a little too warm when stopped or standing. However, it was very comfortable when moving and best of all, completely dry after riding thru a down pour. Riding with the membrane removed allowed a surprising amount of air to flow thru the jacket which is inspiring as it provides both protection and comfort. I would highly recommend both the All Season jacket and pants to anyone considering protective riding gear.

    Mesh Jacket - CommuterDude   MO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Airflow, Visibility, Fit and Finish
    Cons: pockets too small

    Great jacket well made and I really like the Hi visibility color yellowgreenlarge fits good with liners out -5-11 185lbs snug with liners in but its for a summer jacket so I don't use liners, air flow is really good. Comfortable at mid 90s with Midwest humidity think sauna. Left inside pockets are just a touch too small wide and deep for phone, it fits but not fully. side outside pockets are too narrow hard to get hands in. Zipper are good and easy to use with gloves. Collar is comfortable. Rear storage pocket is awkward when wearing jacket.

    Sport Tourer - AZman   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Look good, Good material. well constructed for the most part
    Cons: Heavy, Could use sturdier loops at sleave ends,

    It's my first mesh jacket and I'm still learning. Without any other inserts it will extend the riding season. The rainproof liner will make the jacket a sauna in hot weather. With just the insulation liner, there is little more warmth. It needs to have the rainproof liner installed to work well. I normally wear XL jackets. I ordered a XXL Slider Jacket and it is a touch snug with all liners installed. Ther is no flapping anywhere while riding. I still feel the backpad but it's sill comfortable. The other armor is not felt. It's definately a riders jacket. There are fabric loops in the sleaves to secure the sleave ends of the liners. I feel they are a touch weak for long use.

    Nice Enough - Kenstone   ID Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Mesh works for me year round, best for layering
    Cons: Mian Jacket pockets are NOT waterproof as stated in the description

    I bought this jacket because of the waterproof front pockets feature, which means DUST proof to me, for my wallet and phone.Sadly, the Jacket pockets are mesh, and the shoulder armor does not wrap up over the top.I have returned this Jacket, and now it's replacement, in search for what I want.So I have 60 invested in return shipping for 2 JacketsGiven all that, I still recommend this jacket, as it is well made and fit great.

    Nice Jacket - TrickyRicky   GA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, good protection
    Cons: A little on the heavy side, can be really snug with both liners installed

    I bought this jacket for spring and fall riding as I have a dedicated mesh jacket that I use during the summer. It's comfortable and you can tell that you're very well protected in it.The sizing runs small like it does with most motorcycle jackets for me, at least. I wear a 2X in most t-shirts and non-motorcycle jackets, but a 3X in motorcycle jackets. With no liners installed, it fits well. With 1 liner installed, it's a bit snug but not too bad. With both liners installed, it's a struggle to even get the jacket to zip, so you may want to order a size up if you plan to use it regularly with both liners installed not an option for me since 3X is the biggest size that they make.That said, I've had pretty good luck being staying comfortable with just 1 liner installed. In 50-65 degree weather, I'll run just the waterproof layer along with a long sleeve t-shirt to keep it from getting clammy against my skin. In 65-75 degree weather, I'll wear it with just the quilted liner.

    Slider All Season 2 - almost perfect - fur   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Ventilation, material construction, value
    Cons: Poor sleeve design for removeable CE armor

    Going on 2 years with this product and overall functions well. My only two peeves have to do with sleeve design. For starters, they are freakishly long. Not a dealbreaker but it exacerbates the other issues. First, the snaps to snug up the sleeve. They do not provide the infinitely adjustable synch a doubled over velcro would. Second, The elbow armor pouch. Believe me when I say it becomes that... It loads from the wrist rather than the armpit. This is important because of the freakish long sleeves mentioned earlier. Gravity works them down to the point where the pouch closes. Because I want to keep them removable, I cant just stitch to fit me. If they loaded from the other end, I could stitch a stopping point suitable to protect my elbows. As it stands they dont protect anything but my wrist. Please fix this I might even buy a new one if this changes...

    Nice Jacket - Doug Jones   SC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good Mult-weather jacket
    Cons: [None]

    This is my first jacket with Kevlar so it took a few rides before I got used to it. It turned out to be heavier than expected but that too became comfortable. Without the liner the airflow was quite good. Not sure just how comfortable this will be in mid summer but fall riding was good. Put the liner in when it got into the 40's and found it still a nice cover with plenty of warmth. I'm not a winter rider anymore so I don't think I will test it in really cold weather and can not say if it is an all-season jacket. My only gripe is I wish jackets were offered with different sleeve lengths. I have short arms and have to fold the cuff end inside so I can get my gloves on. Other than that I am happy with this jacket.

    Sliders All Season 2 Jacket - Drew - FJR1300   OK Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good fit and adjustability
    Cons: Still working on those

    I've only worn the jacket twice since owning and do like the fit, although I need to get accustomed to the 34 length as it is my first. It is a heavy jacket but doesn't really feel like it when you get it on. It seems to flow air pretty decent, cools things down pretty good once up to a decent speed and out of traffic. No issues with the zippers or snaps, I like the bigger cuffs around the wrists and the adjustable snaps on the forearms and biceps, you can get the jacket pretty snug if you want. The velcro adjusters at the midsection are nice, but not as effective as I would like. The armor at the elbows and shoulders sits about where it needs to and overall nothing feels 'bulky'. I'm 5'11, 160 and a Medium fits good.It's a nice looking jacket, has nice features, but no idea on how well it handles a get off, hope I never have to find out. Regardless, the best gear is the gear you will wear when you ride.

    mesh jacket with nice features - steveinpa   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: fit. comfort. visibility. wrist closure system. length. 2 way front zipper.
    Cons: pockets are not that useful. liners are complicated.

    People really see me in this jacket. Hi vis is the new black. Best feature is the hi vis yellow color. Fit is good. I got the xl. I am 5'9 and 210 lbs with a 40 waist. The arms seem a bit long untill I am in riding position and then they are just right. I have large forearms and the sleeves fit good. Wrist is easy to close and sleeves slide up easily while putting on gloves. Outside pockets are not that useful mainly because they are small and have small openings. Inside pockets are more usefull but none of the pockets are waterproof. If wearing the rain liner anything you want to stay dry has to be inside the liner. I have worn both liners and the warmth liner is of limited usefulness. It does not cover anything behind the front zipper. On a naked bike at 55 degrees I was chilly with both liners in. Of course with a fairing they would probably be ok down to 45 or so. I have not tried the rain liner in the rain yet. I just put my frogtogs on over everything in the rain. This jacket replaces a fieldsheer mesh that got trashed when I hit a deer. That jacket saved my body from very serious injury. I hope that was my last accident but if not I hope this jacket does as well as the fieldsheer. Construction and armor seems very similar

    The ultimate in venting - HockeyMan   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great protection, venting, looks great, good pockets
    Cons: Summer coat should have anti-microbial mesh lining.

    Make no mistake I bought this jacket for the summer desert heat. The liner was morning chill is a plus as is the waterproof liner for a shower. The jacket is fantastic. I was expecting flimsy armor but that's simply not the case. There's a ton of room. It does run larger than what you expect BUT shrinks rapidly and radically with the liners installed. The jacket is stylish and good looking. Now my SINGLE, ONLY but UTTER issue s that the mesh liner when all the other liners are not in use is not anti-microbial. This is HUGE. I'm out there on the hot desert highways sweating up a storm and then the next day my jacket stinks like a professional sports locker room after a big game. Holy Smoke am I upset about this It's a MAJOR oversight on the part of the manufacturer, Sliders. Does this mean I wouldn't recommend the jacket No. There's no other high quality jacket at this price in the marketplace. Also, there are products to overcome such issues like fabric smell, but anti-microbial fabric should be a staple for an intended summer jacket. If you're in extremely hot environs, expect to sweat. Find yourself a product to deal with sweat residue.

    Sliders - KLR650 Rider   CO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Tall length, all weather functionality
    Cons: Weight, arm cinch straps, zipper quality

    This jacket was good for functionality and features, but somewhat disappointing for quality control. The insulating layer zipper lost a few teeth on my 4th ride. Yours may work better It remains functional, but a hassle to zip closed, and more teeth will inevitably rotate and pop off now. The arm cinch straps are good when in use, but the buttons are not the best for securing the straps. They come open often on rides, and are not the easiest to re-snap while riding. Slightly bulky and tight when all layers are together, but still does what it advertises, and is good for a variety of riding conditions. Colorado's western slope and different weather and temperature extremes over a few mountain passes were handled fine with a layerdelayering stop. I am overall satisfied for its price, but wish the snaps and zippers were stronger. -Safe riding

    Awesome quality, but larger than I though - Gunther   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quality construction and materials
    Cons: Too large for a short person

    The jacket quality is amazing. It is heavy and sturdy but its just too damn large. I ordered a medium which in most jackets fit me alright. The medium felt like it was meant to be a large TALL. The sleaves are very long and wide. It didn't fit me right so I had to return it. However, if I was a larger person I'd say this jacket is amazing for the cost.

    Kevlar Motorcycle Jacket Review - Miken   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great price, great kevlar protection and comfortable feel with much style.
    Cons: A little bulky for me though the protection it comes goes along with the added materials.

    I really like the sliders 2 all season kevlar jacket and for the price was an excellent buy. It has all the comfort, style and the protection at all the right places. This jacket will keep you cool in the summer with the perforated mesh applied throughout the jacket.

    Kevlar jacket - B. Patrick   MO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Warm or cold weather
    Cons: Check over good. Needed to return for stitching problems.

    After second jacket arrived everything is golden

    Kevlar Protection - Kutter   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable Protection, All Weather Versatility. High Visability
    Cons: Rain soaks outer layer.

    This equipments protects you when its cold with its thermal layer and wind protection. When its hot leave off the inner layers and enjoy the outer mesh to leave a breeze to keep you cool. If its a bit cool for the breeze, just use the 2nd layer wind breaker to keep warm. What's nice, is to have the inner layers to keep you warm in the morning and put them in the saddle bags to stay cool when its hot in the afternoon. And it's reassuring to know that if you go down, pads will protect from broken bones and the kevlar will protect from road rash.

    OK, not quite all season - Wayno J   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great visibility and protection, good fit, good ventilation in all but the hottest weather.
    Cons: Too heavy and bulky for hot weather

    See my earlier review for starters. As I predicted, August would be the test, and it was -- failure Seattle saw the rare 90 degree weather that I predicted, and this jacket is just a little too heavy for that kind of heat. It's not bad when you're moving, but stopped at a light, it's murder. I ended up buying a Joe Rocket Velocity Mesh jacket for summer, and it's perfect -- light, tremendous air-flow, and short so it doesn't crumple and roll at your waist which is the worst thing about the All-Season 2 in the hot -- just too much material blocking air-flow. I still give this jacket a 4-star rating, but I can't really call it all season. So, I now have a Firstgear Kilimanjaro for winter, the All-Season 2 for springearly summerfall, and the Joe Rocket for summer -- not ideal, but it works.

    Be cool, be seen, be protected - cjohnnyride   OH Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Kevlar, conspicuity, mesh, fit, comfort, versatility, styling
    Cons: roughness at collar closure, line tie-in loops way too small

    Since Sliders is a CompAcc house brand I couldn't find this jacket in a store and try it on so I was skeptical about the fit. The jacket arrived very quickly. The packaging was pretty lame. I also ordered a pair of the All Season 2 pants. The corrugated box the two items were packaged in was about 30 to tall for the contents and the top had caved in and was repaired with a lot of packaging tape. The contents, however, arrived undamaged.The jacket fit perfectly if a little snug with both liners installed. I'm 5' 8-12, 180lbs and selected a size Large. The sleeves are a little longer than they need to be for me, but the velcro cuffs can be used to keep them under control. Most of the extra length is taken up once the riding position is assumed. It's a 34 length jacket so it can be a little too much jacket in your lap when you're sitting but that's easily alleviated by the bottom zipper being pulled up a few inches, which is a really, really nice feature. The sleeve cuffs open up quite a bit to easily allow your hands in and out, even with gloves on. I tried on the Tourmaster Intake Air Series 2 mesh jacket and I was trapped by the cuffs of the two jacket inserts when trying to pull my up and out of the jacket sleeves. It turned the sleeve halfway inside out and was very problematic - and that was on two different sizes of jackets Who wants to have to struggle while trying to extricate themself from a jacket To my great relief, this was not the case with the Sliders All Season 2 jacket. My hands easily slid up and out effortlessly.Considering that this jacket is mesh I expected it to be much lighter than it is as it feels pretty heavy. After all, isn't most of it... air Of course, you do have to take into account the CE approved armor with additional overpads and the Kevlar. I have never weighed another jacket before and can't compare this jacket to others, but it is 5lbs, 2.8ozs without either liner. With both liners it weighs 7lbs, 1.2 ozs.The two chest pockets, as mentioned in the CompAcc video, are pretty small and it's difficult to get your hands in and out of them because the openings are so high and narrow. But they would be handy for those small items which you don't have to access frequently. A note about the other pockets. Other mesh jackets boast waterproof pockets. Because they're waterproof they are also windproof and will impede air flow to and from the body which, in my opinion, defeats the purpose of having a mesh jacket in the first place. The Sliders pockets are not waterproof and therefore allow air to flow freely through them. So you can stay cooler in warmer weather, but you should stow water sensitive items elsewhere to prevent them from getting wet in case of an unexpected shower. The waterproof liner has hand warmer style pockets so the liner can be worn as a jacket by itself. It's not terribly attractive or totally functional, but will work in a pinch. Unfortunately, the waterproof liner does not have interior pockets, which because the liner material is waterproof the pockets would also be waterproof. I guess those pockets would add to the bulk of the jacket, but the quilted liner DOES have interior pockets. Therefore, you have waterproof pockets only if you wear the quilted liner inside the waterproof liner, but if given a choice I'd prefer waterproof pockets over quilted pockets. Unlike the waterproof liner, the quilted liner cannot be worn alone as a stand-alone jacket.I first rode with this jacket using the waterproofwindproof liner as the day was on the cool side. The liner provided adequate protection, but it seemed like I could feel slight drafts inside the liner. That could have been air coming in from under the jacket or up the sleeves as I don't cinch them down all the way. The second time I wore the jacket it was much warmer so I wore it without any liner. I was involved in some strenuous activity before hopping on the bike and was sweating quite a bit. In fact, I didn't realize how much I was sweating until I put on the jacket and started riding. The evaporative cooling effect was really impressive I was wearing a 100 polyester wicking t-shirt and felt the coolness all over the shirt as the sweat was pulled away. I was concerned that my big windshield with over-sized custom lowers would block a lot of the airflow, but the cooling effect was felt over most of my chest and all up and down my arms. Pretty impressive. I was liking this jacket more and more.The color I choose was Hi-Vis Yellow. I had been riding with a jacket that matched my bike. Being red, white, and black it was quite colorful, but not really all that noticeable as it didn't stand out enough in traffic. I had been noticing other riders wearing Hi-Vis clothing from a really long way off and wanted to be that visible in traffic myself. The hi-Vis jacket is definitely bright and can easily be seen even in poor visibility and low-light conditions, but when the sun hits it It's like it's battery powered Now, I ride a cruiser and this style of jacket, let alone the color, does NOT fit into the cruiser style, but I made a conscious decision that I don't care nearly as much about how I look as I do about how I'm seen. I believe in function over form. I'm new to riding and all my new cruiser friends told me you gotta get a leather jacket, and you gotta get a pair of chaps So I did. And then I show up to a ride on a warm day and everyone but me is in blue jeans and tank tops. And THEY look at ME like I'M the dumb one. Aren't you gonna sweat a lot, they ask Aren't you gonna bleed a lot, I reply I want to look good, be seen, and be protected as well. Speaking of protection... This is the only affordable jacket that I could find that includes Kevlar in the impact areas. That's a huge plus and should be an important part of your decision making process on which jacket to wear.The fabric at the collar closure where the jacket zipper and the liners all come together is a little rough on my neck but it's not terribly bothersome. The most significant drawback about this jacket, which is relatively minor considering all it's great features, is the tiny, little elastic loops that you have to thread the great big tabs and snaps through to attach the liners into the jacket and into each other. The loops are inconsistent in size. Some are almost big enough to be easy to use, but most are just way too small. I'm serious when I say that using two needle nose pliers would make it easier to install the liners. It would also make it easier to remove the liners because the elastic loops are smaller even than the snaps and get caught between the snaps and the fabric and have to be stretched over the snaps to get them through. It's too bad that this jacket's awesome features are blemished by such a simple little lack of attention to detail. I'd return the jacket, but seriously doubt that another jacket would have all the loops big enough to be easy to use. The elastic will eventually fail and the loops will stretch, but I'm not waiting that long. I'm going to sew bigger loops in it myself.Other than that one flaw, everything else about this jacket is exactly what I want and need to be cool mesh, be seen Hi-Vis, and be protected Kevlar while riding.

    Okay with issues - midnightsun   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Has Mesh and Okay replective piping
    Cons: Quality and function have problems

    Bought this jacket because all the reviews where okay and video made the jacket look okay. But those are at best not the truth about this jacket.When the 2 liners are in place the cuff bulges out. Mostly do to the poor placement of the sleeve hold down tab. The liners look to be a poor thought or sloppy fit. The main zipper snags on the material and gets stuck every time where the upper pocket trim meet the zipper. The cuff Velcro does not feel like it will last.I ride with just 1 liner when needed. When both are in the jacket is like the Michelin Man, again this is mostly do to the sloppy fit and poor quality of materials used for the liners.This jacket is okay for the sub 99 dolor price but no way near the upper price they are selling and promoting it as. I bought mine for 100 and it fits the beater jacket that I bought it for. Don't mistake this for the quality of the higher quality brands.

    Good Idea on paper - Joe Lake Havasu City, AZ   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: Vents well. Comfortable with back pad removed.
    Cons: Rain liner does not breath. Liners are a pain to install. Not warm at 50 deg.

    This jacket would vent even better if the interior pockets were made of mesh, they block a lot of air. I wore this to Sturgis from Arizona and back from there through Colorado. 3 separate days in the rain two times I needed to install insulated liner. Rain liner keeps rain out but also does not seem to breathe. Little elastic hoops in ends of sleeves make fastening liners to coat a pain. same with insulation lining. I found that with a vented outer, the rain liner lays right on the insulation and transmits cold through. The low collar also doesn't help much. I specifically bought this suit so I wouldn't need to carry warm and cold gear. It doesn't work well enough to replace two sets for me. I would not recommend this combination to do that job.

    Sliders allseason mesh jacket - howie77099   TX Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: low price
    Cons: does not fit well and sizing is off it is much smaller than size indicates.

    I purchased this jacket on reputation and price and it was a mistake as the jacket does not fit well and is smaller than size indicated and the back protector pad is uncomfortable.

    suggestion - zinx   Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: design
    Cons: color scheme

    I fail to understand why the color of the outer arms and shoulders are black on the hi vis versions. Don't most people get hi vis gear so they can be easily seen from the sides as well as from the front and back. Check out the the fly coolpro 2, looks good and is highly visible from the sides.

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