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  • Oxford Montreal 3.0 Jacket

    Brian in NM

    Oxford Montreal 3.0 Size and Fitment & Actual Color...

    After searching for a multi-layer budget friendly kit I came across Chase doing the review on all the new jackets on YouTube. I ordered the Oxford Montreal 3.0 in XXL (Desert Color) based on a review and sizing charts online. I'm 6'6'' Athletic Build 225 lbs (Suite Size 46 Tall/ Pants 34W x 36 inseam) and the jacket in XXL fits like a glove with all liners and CE Protection in place. Perfect through the shoulders, chest, waist, and arms even with a T shirt, Long Sleeve Shirt and ActTeryx Covert Cardigan Sweater (Size L for Reference) underneath. The color is NOTHING like the picture on the Desert Option. It's straight up Desert (earth) tan, greyish and black accents. The picture makes it out to be white, blueish color and some black accents. Blue/White it's definitely not. I posted a couple pics with it in sunlight and next to my Blue Jeans Blue and Caribou Accent King Ranch F-150 with Fuel Bronze wheels for contrast. I wanted to be able to have layers for the High Desert Riding here in Texas and New Mexico. I wanted a jacket I could strip to the shell and layer base clothing under as needed but still have enough space for a winter or colder weather layering with all the liners in place. I haven't ridden in the jacket yet as it just showed up. It could be a couple inches longer for the taller riders like myself but it falls naturally just below my belt on jeans. I assume this is the style as their matching pants have suspenders and an extended rear area. I'll update after a few rides on how it feels with range of motion and airflow. - Brian '18 Husqvarna FE 350S '19 Honda 450L '10 Honda CRF 450R '19 Honda CRF 250 RX '00 YZ 125 2 stroke

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  • Oxford Montreal 1.0 Gloves

    Bob in MI

    Great performance at a great price.

    These gloves have made a big difference on the colder mornings.

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  • Oxford Lycra Neck Tube

    Gary in AZ

    Neck gatter

    Fits good, not bulky and keeps the dust from getting into my nose and mouth.

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  • Oxford Coolmax Neck Tube


    Not what I expected

    The Oxford Neck Tube fits on the small side. The real downside is it has 2 seams sewn in. One on the face keeping the mask up and one on the neck. The Issue I have is the one on the Neck is constricting and feels like someone is constantly choking me and the material feels like it is squeezing my face. The material is awesome though as you can easily breath thru this and is light weight. So if you have a small face and neck this should work but if you don't like having your face and neck squeezed then I would look at a different brand as ONE SIZE DOES NOT FIT ALL.

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  • Oxford Montreal 3.0 Pant

    Mark in UT

    Sized like racing leathers

    My main reason for buying these was for protection against wet, mud, and cold on my SxS Honda this winter in southern Utah. I bought the proper size according to the size chart, hoping that the ability to pull on over other clothes would be factored in like with Carhartt winter overalls. It is not, if you want to wear these over your pants and other cold weather layers, then go about 3 or 4 sizes larger. Now, at 3 sizes larger, they fit over my sweatpants and hoodie where they overlap at my waist just fine. Two thumbs up for the RM simple return policy! Using a tape measure, my jeans measure about 31in inseam, and the regular length Montreal inseam is fine. The lower leg zipper likely provides enough cuff slack to put these on over your boots if required, but I prefer to put boots on after pants. There are some well thought out touches like fabric loops at the hip to help pull them up, and color coded snaps on the bottom of the insulation liner legs to prevent twisting them when putting the liner in. They flex where you expect, and have a slick fabric liner over the waterproof barrier that allows for easy on/off. The suspenders are a great feature, too, since I'll be sitting upright it will prevent the gap between jacket and pants, and prevent them from sliding down with the slick material liner they have. The various zippers, snaps, and velcro adjustments all seem well made so far, and the stitching appears nicely done. These should stay put with both a belt and suspenders (removable if not wanted). They even have plain ol' jeans style front pockets so you have someplace to put your hands when standing around trying to look cool. The thigh junk storage pockets do not have a water resistant zipper, just velcro and a vinyl foldover, so I would not trust them in heavy rain. The front air vents do have a watertight zipper and a snap to hold them open, but no air exit. The "hip pads" are worthless 5mm thick open cell sponge foam. The knee pads feel more solid, but I haven't found the hidden passage or wormhole to remove and inspect them yet. Overall I'm sure they will be great for my needs, to pull on over pants & longjohns when it's cold and/or muddy and to keep me warm & dry, and to extend my riding into the winter. They seem to be a good value for the money, but that won't be known until after a season or three of use.

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