Shift Racing Trifecta Storm Series Jacket The Trifecta's technical advantages might have been hijacked from a lab, but its high IQ stays under wraps until the time is right. The Ultimate All-Season 3-Layer Jacket External layer comprises premium grade mesh for maximum ventilation plus durable ballistic nylon and polyester in the high impact area for greater abrasion resistance The middle connected layer is a breathable windproof/waterproof shell jacket that can be worn by itself for protection from the elements The bottom layer is a removable/washable full sleeve thermal liner that provides the ultimate comfort and warmth Features Modular construction allows for interchangeability between the 3 layers for tailored climate control Articulated design for superior comfort in the saddle Removable CE approved shoulder and elbow armor for impact protection Connection zipper plus belt loop closure for attachment to compatible SHIFT pants Integrated pocket for a back protector Internal chest pocket on the outer shell, plus waterproof chest pocket on the internal jacket for safer storage of your wallet, cell or personal items Custom ergonomic zipper pullers for ease of use Forearm adjusters alleviate excessive material for a tailored fit Molded external back pads provide additional protection External side waist adjustment for a tailored fit Reflective black piping and taping integrated in to numerous seams for greater night visibility
Great all-in-one jacket for a new rider
PostedFebruary 20, 2012
Rider Type:Moto Newb
Bang for the Buck
Protection & Durability
I just started riding this year and needed a quality jacket for commuting. The Shift Trifecta is equipped for all season riding.
I have been able to make changes on the fly as the weather here in New Mexico can turn on a dime. I have had to get used to the change over in going from cold to wet to muggy and back but i should get better at it as time goes on.
I did have an issue with fitment but i don't blame the jacket for that. I am 5'6" with a 45 inch chest. An XL fits well but the sleeves are long by about an inch and a half. I would have this problem with any jacket i get though.
All in all, I think it was a very worthwhile purchase.
Nolan N43E Trilogy Outlaw Helmet New design for 2012! New Features New Chinbar is extended for extra room and now can accept included chin curtain New Face shield now has intermediate open position, previous version was either opened or closed New locking pivot kit 6-in-1 design The New Nolan N43E Trilogy Helmet is a crossover design with quick-change accessories that allows for customized looks and functions for every ride. The helmet comes with the clear shield, the integrated sun shield, the peak and the removable chinbar. The Lexan chinbar is EPS lined and mounted with strong stainless-steel latches, so it passes the tests for full-face helmets of the European standard ECE-2205. VPS (Vision Protection System) features a short dark shield mounted on the inside of the helmet which moves independently from the face shield. It provides real eye protection and is also available in amber, light blue and light smoke as an accessory. The VPS is easily operated by a large rubber coated slider on the left side of the helmet. Features Quick-change shield is optically correct, UV-400 and fitted in an exceptionally large eyeport Includes a Pinlock antifog insert The short black peak can be installed in seconds instead of the clear shield Ready for the N-Com communication system Lightweight aerodynamic polycarbonate shell with built-in spoiler for improved stability Fully removable and washable Clima-Comfort liner is anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and wicking Super-efficient JSW top vent with exhaust grid in the rear spoiler works in conjunction with the air channels along the crown Microlock (adjustable quick-release) retention system Velour chin-strap padding 3.6lbs with all accessories Both D.O.T. and ECE certified Note Trilogy Solid, Trilogy Outlaw and Trilogy Voyage Helmets are identical except for the paint or graphics. Outlaw versions of Nolan Helmets have a sleeker look with more subtle Nolan logos.