Warm, Good Fit, Good Value
May 22, 2013(State College, PA)
This thing gets WARM. I wore it over the winter in 15 degree weather with normal everyday clothes underneath and an armored Dainese riding jacket; I started to break a sweat by the time I got to work if the temps got above the mid-30s.
And then I wrecked on a patch of black ice going 30 in January. The suit is still in pretty good condition - 2 small rips each less than 1 inch wide on the outside material. No big deal - the suit still functions the same.
Money Well Spent...!!
May 09, 2013(Kansas City, MO, MO)
Had to make a 550 mile bike ride, from Kansas City, in the mid 20's, with snow still on the ground to DFW. This suit was warm, insulating, comfortable and made for a very pleasant ride. An excellent value & I was very pleased.
May 07, 2013(Rosharon, TX)
Living in Texas does not really get too cold. Am in Springfield Missouri today with snow flurries. Could not tell because I am snug and dry. Look forward to many more trips with this suit.
One Great Deal !
April 30, 2013(Littleton, CO)
Outstanding product, been riding in freezing temps with just the suit. No problem at all. I find that all the velco along the zippers was hard to get used to, however it helps seal the suit up. I am 6'2 around 225 lbs, a XL suit fits great in the arms and is long enough in the legs so when you sit down it still does not pull up over my boots. Plenty of room to move around. Love it!
April 18, 2013(Fountaintown, IN)
I have worn this suit while commuting all winter. Between 18 and 35 degrees. Its held up, and very very warm. For under 20 degrees, a heated bib or vest is recommended.
An excellent suit
April 06, 2013(New York, NY)
This is an excellent suit. I have worn it under pouring rain, when the temperature was below 40 degrees, and I was comfortable and dry for the hour long trip. The only problems I have with this suit is that it makes you look very puffed up (necessary for the cold protection). Another issue I have is that the fit isn't perfect, but that is difficult with full suits, so it is really ok.
April 04, 2013(simpsonville , SC)
I ride a Honda VTX and I'm 6'3 250. I got the 2xl, its so much easier than the multipule layers I struggled with before. Been using it on early morning rides to work in 30-40 degrees and kept warm; rides home 55-65 degrees still comfortable with no overheating. Comfortable. I recommend.
Zipper Broke Nothing Else
April 02, 2013(Orlando, FL)
This suit isn't needed often but I bought it to keep me dry and road grime free since I have to wear a tie to work. I bought it 2 sizes bigger because "right fit" size wrinkled my dress shirts. I am only 5'9" 185lbs but ordered the tall because I want it to cover my wrists and ankles. I would not change a thing about this suit. My zipper broke when taking it off but the velcro is so high quality, it sealed tight enough to keep me dry on the rainy commute home.
Excellent cold weather suit
March 14, 2013(Charlotte, NC)
It was 32 degrees by my C14 themostat and windy. 6-7 mile commute on surface streets; max speed of about 50, wearing gym shorts and tee underneath the suit. Comfortable without being cold, heated grips off and no neck gator. My hands did get cold. Long trips at below freezing temps, I would want a liner as the material will cool and chill you. I'll be able to ride my BKing year round if I chose.
Great suit for the cost
March 12, 2013(Issaquah, WA)
I've had this suit for a couple years now. It's been great! Biggest complaint is the zipper broke the first few months that I had it. I've been able to work around it but it's annoying. The suit has been pretty waterproof, however after a couple seasons in a heavy rain I would start to get wet in the seat. I've treated it with some waterproof spray but I haven't had a good test for it yet. Rode a bit today and it was more a heavy mist than rain and I was warm and dry.