Triumph's entry in this group seems...well, refined, especially when you consider that most OEM outerwear is a bit chintzy. The bloody Brits have somehow imbued this silly mesh concept with a sense of dignity, and it works. Shimmery, two-tone perforated nylon mesh pairs with solid, heavy-duty Cordura panels to cover removable Knox CE-approved armor in the shoulders and elbows and a heavy foam insert in the back. The sleeves have roper "width adjusters" -- with two snaps per arm, chap. There are four outer storage pockets, with two additional pouches inside the jacket. A soft perforated nylon inner lining provides some comfort, and an elastic waist panel adjusts with a single strap. Very civilized, that. Of course, we're Yanks, so we weren't completely content -- the cuff zippers didn't close tightly enough, and the snaps didn't snug all the extra material at the wrist or neck together. I say, some hook-and-loop would have helped, wot? Reflectivity was also minimal. Airflow, however, was topnotch. Triumph also offers matching Raptor jeans that can be connected to an inner zipper.