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Let Tim live.

Tim Humphreys wanted designed the Sessions Humphreys Jacket to be so well-rounded and ride ready that you would want to kill him just so you could take it off of his cold dead body. But, purchasing it outright would probably be easier because that dude is mad fast, and he probably won't ever be cold and dead since this insulated jacket keeps him nice and warm.
  • 15K-rated fabric protects you from surprise snow flurries
  • Synthetic insulation retains heat to keep you warm on cold lift rides and during freezing night rides
  • Removable powder skirt stops snow from sneaking up your back
  • Lycra handcuffs won't let powder mosey up your sleeves

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just came in

just got my jacket, must say its a pretty awesome jacket but its a bit large for me since i had to go with the xl instead othe L kuz u guys were out of stock.. but other than that it looks good and is comfy

Hi, I am 5,8" and 162lbs, my chest measures...

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Hi, I am 5,8" and 162lbs, my chest measures about 40-41". I have a slightly shorter torso which is from Waist to top of shoulder about 24".

I am stuck between S or M size in this jacket, I have a Westbeach jacket (Maverick) in Large that is a perfect slightly roomy/baggy fit. Worried the M is too long and that the S will restrict leg movement?

What do you guys think?

Thanks

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If you're going for a slightly tall/baggy fit again, then a medium will be on point for you. A small will almost certainly be too small for you. Keep in mind that you'll be layering up underneath and you want freedom of movement.