Nice, well made. But as with most MC clothes they run on the small side. I am 6'4", 270lbs,50inch chest and about a 42 waist. Fits ok, but no extra room. If you normally wear an XXL and have a little extra room and like that extra room, this may not be for you. (Posted on 3/14/10)
I got my shirt in a XL .I am 250 lbs 6.0. The shirt fits very good arms are nice and long, I could probably wear another shirt underneath it. It is very warm and comfortable. I figured wind chill on the road to about 20 degrees under my jacket and it works great, especially at high speeds.
Get a size larger than you normally wear, as they are cut close. Good protection and warmth under my mesh jacket, down to the high 40 degrees. Below that, the Kanetsu jacket gets used. (Posted on 10/6/09)
This jersey needs a taller neck and adjustable arm tabs,and maybe some reflective areas to be wore without a riding coat,on warmer days,you know short trips.Otherwise very nice and warm by itself. (Posted on 9/21/09)
I just returned from a cross-country trip and this shirt performed better than promised. In all rain conditions it kept my undershirt dry... except for the notorious U.P. hail and rain thuderstorm I experienced. I don't think folks in their cars were dry in that storm! Great shirt. I'm very pleased with its performance and looks. The sleeve pocket is great for carrying a silly tele. (Posted on 8/7/09)
I received my Windblock Jersey yesterday afternoon. The Medium fit my 5'9" 168# frame very well. The jersey is extremely well constructed and looks nice enough -- the black cuff and neck bands contrast well with the tan fabric.
When I left for work yesterday it was 42F; I was in my trusty 10-year old Darien jacket & pants w/ fleece liners, a long-sleeved cotton T-shirt, and a neck gaiter. Nothing else but briefs -- I seldom wear "street clothes" under my riding gear. This morning it was also 42F when I left, so I have an excellent basis for comparison. I substituted my Windblock Jersey for the long-sleeved cotton T-shirt; all other gear remained the same. This jersey works! I noticed the lack of airflow around my torso, and resulting warmth. I'm certain the difference will increase as the temps decrease over the next few months. As I ride throughout the Winter, this jersey will see a lot of use. Hmmm, maybe I better buy a 2nd? (Posted on 11/24/08)
This is, hands down, my most useful and versatile piece of riding gear. As a layer between a t-shirt and my riding jacket, it adds a significant amount of warmth just by blocking the wind. It's also thin and light, and doesn't add a lot of bulk. This shirt goes with me everywhere I ride. (Posted on 9/20/08)
I have this shirt in blue and I am ordering the tan one also. I wear the windstopper almost continuously year round.In the summer I take out the bulky coat liner and use the shirt instead.Same warmth without the bulk.I recommend this shirt to all my friends.A co-worker also purchaced one for when he drives his dune buggy.Great piece of gear! (Posted on 2/4/08)