First Gear Mesh-Tex Jacket (silver)

by Paul
(Tucson, AZ)

This jacket works very well in the Tucson, AZ climate. It is a mesh fabric, so without the liner it is comfortable in hot weather - the air flows through, but it still provides excellent protection. (CE rated armor in elbows, shoulders, back).

When it is REALLY hot, I wear a cooling vest under it (you soak the vest in water, and it keeps you cool). In rainy weather the liner is waterproof, so I stay fairly dry. In cool weather I put the liner in, which is wind-proof, then when it gets cold, I wear a fleece jacket underneath. This has served me well year round - from 35 degrees to 110 degrees.

Comments for First Gear Mesh-Tex Jacket (silver)

Average Rating starstarstarstarstar

Click here to add your own comments

Oct 19, 2015
First Gear NEW
by: Ana

Impressed! It’s been a long time that I got interest to read what others write to have useful information that I further discuss among my gathering and it makes our time good. We make cross questions and answer them but for all that I read articles and this site has been on top of my list for providing such information.

Oct 13, 2015
First Gear Mesh-Tex Jacket (silver) NEW
by: Anonymous

This jacket is looking very smart and dashing and its color is also very nice and attractive. Such jackets are in great demand now a days all over the world because people know about its quality and grace. Here are few details about this on best custom essays which can be helpful to buy it from market.

Nov 17, 2014
Where do I get this jacket? NEW
by: Anonymous

I live in Texas, and mainly travel here. So the temp ca get low, it could rain, and as you know butlly hot!

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Reviews - Scooter Jackets.

When you're done here, you may also be interested in reading some of these popular pages:

If you like to talk scooters, check out our motor scooter forums!

Battery Tender Junior in package

A battery tender like the Battery Tender Jr. can make all the difference in whether your scooter will start right up each spring, after being stored for months.

Just about every scooter owner needs to have a battery tender, sometimes called a trickle charger. Unless you are lucky enough to live in a climate where you can ride all year long, chances are your scooter will be put on ice, figuratively-speaking, for at least a couple months every winter.

One of the key steps in winterizing a scooter is to protect your battery from draining during its "rest" period. This can – and will – happen if you leave your battery sitting untended in your cold scooter over the winter, even if it's in a garage or shed.

Read our review or go right to to buy this highly recommended Battery Tender Jr NOW...


ATTENTION! I have had to delete the Scooter Forum for this site, unfortunately. Despite my best efforts, I could not adequately prevent daily attacks by hackers and spammers. Even though most of their posts did not go public, they still cluttered up my website host's server space, jeopardizing my account. I appreciate everyone's contributions over the past few years and I apologize for having to do this.

Wondering why your scooter question never got posted?

Chances are, there is a good reason. Did you...

If you "checked yes" on any of the points above, then I've deleted your post. Sorry, but I have standards. Feel free to re-submit, following the instructions I have everywhere on the site.

Also... all submissions have to be reviewed by me, and I am currently backlogged. Comments go live without approval, but still take 30 to 60 minutes to show up, so don't repost them, please.

This Week's Highlights

Share Your Scooter Blog Here
Your Help Needed!

We have lots of unanswered questions... can you help? Also, check out our newest eScooter Club members We are growing every week!

Keep Up to Date

Follow us on our Facebook Fan Page Follow our updates on Twitter
Subscribe to my motor scooter blog Subscribe to our RSS feed in your feed reader

Help Us Grow

Support This Site

I support this site by using affiliate marketing and running Google ads. I earn a small commission when you purchase items here, which helps to keep the site afloat. Thank you for your support.

XML RSSSubscribe To This Site

follow us in feedly
Add to My Yahoo!
Add to My MSN
Subscribe with Bloglines