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Bonfire Topaz 2019 Review by The Good Ride
The Bonfire Topaz Jacket is a fully insulated jacket with 15k waterproofing at a decent price point. The fit is a little bit snug for a medium but isn’t too bad if you are looking for a nice warm jacket for under $200.
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Size Tried: Med
Weight: 108 lbs
Upper Chest: 32”
Arm Length (pit to wrist) 20”
Torso Length (collarbone to pant line) 18”
Shoulder Width 16” wide
Helmet: Smith Maze
Fit: Regular cut with a little tailoring in the torso. I would personally size up to a large if I was going to ride in this jacket, but if you are a smaller person (I have lanky arms) then this might be a good fit.
Construction: Seemed to be well made and durable.
Hood: Fixed contoured hood, it was a little snug over my helmet and pulled a little at the shoulders but had a nice seal around the goggles when I tucked down.
Insulation/Warmth: Well insulated in the body and arms, would be a nice warm jacket.
Waterproofing: 15k, would do fine in most situations, but not ideal for wet storm riding.
Packability: Normal, not very packable since it is fully insulated.
Overall: Nice jacket for under $200. It is well insulated, has some nice features and seems to be well made. A little on the snug size so just make sure to check the specs against your own.
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