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I can't find any tourmaster/cortech dealer information on the internet (as far as Canadian distributors and dealers go).

Does anyone know where this stuff is available?
Interior dealers?

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nobody has a clue, huh? do they even sell this shit in canada???

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if u don't mind going online I think that Newenough.com and kneedraggers.com sell tourmaster and cortech.
 

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yes, i have seen them at newenough.com but i'd like to support local shops if i can.
by the sounds of it, i'll have to risk going online for this one!
 

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They sent a huge ass box, nearly a square meter with pants, jackets, gloves and boots, the order was around $800, they charged me $50 for shipping, and customs was another hundred and something.
 

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Sorry to bump an old thread, but does anyone know if there's a Tourmaster dealer in town now? I like their mesh jacket, but really need to try it on to know if it's what I want.
 

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Nope, really hard to find any of that brand in Canada from anyone....even kinda tough to find just south of the border....people have access to it, but don;t stock too much in WA.....California is huge for this stuff, but brutal out here.
 

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Do you know if it's any good? I'm thinking about ordering the mesh jacket from NewEnough, because everyone here in town is sold out of the Shift Airborne that I wanted in the first place. The Tourmaster is a little more money, but has quilted *and* rain blocking liners included.
 

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For what it's worth, I ordered the Tourmaster Intake Air Series 2 from New Enough. Arrived in 8 business days (got it on Thursday this past week). It *rocks*. The zip-out liners are pretty cool, you can have just the rain/wind liner, or the quilted liner, or both, or neither.

With everything in on Friday morning, I was just a little warm when I finished waiting in traffic on Highway 1 just before the Port Mann westbound. Going home, I took everything out and was if anything a little too cool going home (mostly no traffic).

When stopped in traffic for a moment going home, I noticed that the jacket isn't any cooler than my regular nylon one. Not surprising, no airflow = no cooling. But as soon as I started moving even a bit, the air started flowing in. Very nice.
 
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