Brett (Santa Rosa )
...Especially at the closeout price! I am 5'10'' @ 185 lbs and the large fits me perfectly. Shoulder/elbow armor is good quality and is positioned well, hardly notice it when riding. Very confident it will do its job in an off. Back protector is a little thick and stiff, but is upgradeable and better than none at all. Features, build quality, and style are excellent! A friend bought one for his wife after seeing mine, she loves it too. I went with the Hi-Vis version, and it is definitely all that. I highly recommend this jacket!
KC900 (Franklin )
I wear a 2XL in all gloves and these are correct length in fingers, but a little wide for me in the body of glove. My hands are regular to a bit thin and these gloves are cut for a wider hand. These are great gloves though and I am glad I got them, especially for the close out price they are a great value.
Brian (Richmond )
Well made and well designed riding pants. I use them as overpants, even though it says they are not intended for that use. They work great. I stayed warm on my VTX 1300 which has no wind protection for your legs. I like that you can adjust the ankle to hold tight around your boots. they seem like they will be durable and last a long time. I have not tested the waterproof functionality. Follow the sizing chart. Mine were true to size, per the chart.
Mike (Seattle )
At six months, the ankle velcro failed to keep the ankle cuffs closed to my boots. The waist adjustment velcro went a month later. The crotch seams leaked from day one, something Seam Grip wasn't able to completely stop. The fly zipper stop (a YKK) flew off at barely a year old. Firstgear has terrific features on this pant, but they have utilized the cheapest material and it shows.
Sergey (Vancouver )
Solid jacket, does what it's supposed to and measurement guides were good, use them when ordering to be sure of your size. Just a few things to watch out for when buying: 1. Zipper - The zipper at the bottom of the jacket comes undone fairly often, meaning I have to unzip it and zip it up all the way, kind of annoying. 2. Back insert - The back protection insert is just foam. Be aware as it will not do much, if anything, to protect you in a crash. I bought a nucleon kr-2i back protector insert separately to make up for this (50$) and it fit perfectly. Oh and a bonus - it's pretty waterproof, I biked in heavy rain for 40 minutes without getting wet, but I'm not sure how it will fare for longer trips.
Mayabusa (El Paso )
These seem to be good gloves, only bad thing is the left thumb is slightly larger than the right one. I wish it was the other way around.