Tour Master Centurion One-Piece Suit

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    Tour Master Centurion One-Piece Suit

    Providing absolute protection against the elements and pavement, the Centurion one-piece suit is Tour Master’s premier offering for the serious motorcycle touring and commuting rider. A durable 600 denier Carbolex shell forms the outer with 1680 denier ballistic polyester panels in the shoulders, forearms and knees. Add in a waterproof Rainguard barrier and CE approved armor and you have a motorcycle one-piece suit that is all-day comfortable for the long distance ride.
    • Features an Aqua-Barrier under-the-helmet hood to eliminate seepage in the collar area. The hood easily stows in a hidden collar pocket
    • A waterproof and breathable Rainguard barrier allows rain protection without perspiration buildup
    • Carbolex accordion stretch material action back, knees and waist for increased flexibility
    • Removable neck gaiter seals the neck area from wind and cold
    • Collar anchor tab eliminates flapping while collar is open
    • Waterproof zippered 3-position shoulder vents combine with chest vents, adjustable under-sleeve vents, thigh vents, rear exhaust vents and the Pipeline Ventilation System to provide flow-through ventilation
    • Collar to knee length main zipper closure with dual wind flap seals out the elements
    • Phoslite dark reflective piping, wide strips across the back and Tour Master’s signature reflective rear triangle increase nighttime visibility
    • The fleece lined collar and cuffs are soft, yet durable
    • Adjustable sleeve take-up straps at the forearm and bicep help to secure elbow armor and material
    • Removable, CE Approved armor at the elbows, shoulders and knees with an articulated triple density back protector
    • Vertical zippered chest map pockets, zippered hand warmer pockets, a zippered sleeve key pocket and flap closure bellows thigh pockets
    • Adjustable waist belts, with TPR pulls help fine-tune the fit
    • Item # 24030

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    Tour Master - Centurion One-Piece Suit

    Great product. I ride my zx14 all year and this was a great addition to my winter gear. 40 mile ride this morning in 7* temps at 60 - 80 mph and I have no complaints. Also had a chance to test in the rain at 33* and it was flawless. Its sized a little small so if you wear a large order an extra large.

    B. Lindholdt - December 13, 2013

    (amarillo, TX)

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    Great bad weather suit

    Fit and finish was great. It does have some weight to it. But you can ride through a monsoon and stay warm and totally dry.

    Dave - December 13, 2013

    (Bellevue, WA)

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    This is one warm suit

    The first thing I did was to take out the liner. I am now quite comfortable at temperatures below 60°F, but when it is warmer, this suit is simply too warm, even with all vents open. The knee protectors move around all over the place as legs are very wide. Overall a good suit, but only for cold weather riding.

    Morten - May 21, 2013

    (Seattle, WA)

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    Extended my Riding Season Well...

    I can comfortably ride in mid-30 degree temperatures with this suit. I’m 6 ft/175 lbs and large fits perfectly, like a glove. If you're taller or "rounder" you'll want XL for torso length. Very good range of movement. Neck is tight. The attached neck wind wrap isn’t insulated. Barely room for additional neck fleece. Wrap and collar are at end of adjustments. Neck wrap and collar use Velcro, I can easily pop them open by turning head, not to mention that I feel close to choking. (Neck 16)

    Guy - December 11, 2012

    (King Of Prussia, PA)

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    Tour Master

    This is a great suit for the money. It's warm and you'll stay dry. Lots of pockets and vents. I'm 6'2" and 185 and the xl-fits great. My only issue is that the suit is very dark. I wear a Hi-Vis vest over the suit.

    JEFF - November 08, 2012

    (McLean, VA)

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    Worth the money and very functional

    Took this for a long Alaska trip and it served me well. Liner is nice and warm, made of poly, but can be quite the chore removing and putting in. Knee pads need re-adjusting ever so often. Vents keep the suit cool up to about 80. Included neck protection which can zip off and a hood inside the collar. Easiest way to get out of is to drop a shoulder, grab cuff with other hand from behind, and pull off. Ladies should consider suits along with a style. Wish it came in high-viz for day.

    David - November 05, 2012

    (Seattle, WA)

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    Tour Master Centurion One-Piece Suit

    I could not have done the 10-day ride in Iceland without this suit. However, I found it heavy, cumbersome, and a pain to put on and take off. Removing and reinserting the pads was also no easy task. For its reasonable price, I would recommend it. However, if I do another ride like Iceland, I will try to sell this suit and buy a two-piece suit, or a top-of-the-line, more expensive one-piece suit.

    Jerry - August 28, 2012

    (Prior Lake, MN)

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    One piece riding suit

    As advertised, the best deal for your dollar!!

    Russell - August 16, 2012

    (Kenai, AK)

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    great gear

    this is very well made and extra warm. You need to pull the liner if the temp is about 70 degree outside.

    eric - April 23, 2012

    (burlingame, CA)

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    Totally worth the money!

    The legs seem a little bigger then they need to be. Its not the coolest looking outfit, but it is incredibly convenient. You can wear regular day clothes underneath, easy to take on and off. A great way to make sure you have full body armor every time you ride.

    Mitchell - January 30, 2012

    (Gainesville, FL)

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    Great Quality

    Very well made riding suit. A little on the heavy side.

    Darlene J. - January 30, 2012

    (Jessup, MD)

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    Centurion Riding Suit

    The suit does what it was designed to do. Keep you warm and dry very nice. I was caught in a very tough rain at under 36 degrees for several hours and was dry as can be and the only thing that got cold were my feet an excellent suit I can highly recommend it.

    David - January 26, 2012

    (asheville, NC)

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    well worth the money

    I have been riding in the japanese winter with morning temps in the high 20's low 30's and this suit has been great. If you layer it you wont make it without breaking a sweat. I wear themals top and bottoms with a T-shirt and nothing else and its great for those cold mornings, its gonna get colder in february so I will report on how the suit handles it, but so far its been a blessing. I rode in it for 2 hours 17 jan at 80mph and was comfortable and the temp was about 35.

    Travis - January 19, 2012

    (Yokosuka, AP)

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    Great Winter One Piece

    I'm short so a naturally hard person to fit, but this piece is very close just a little long in the leg. Nevertheless I could not be happier. On those really cold days, I layer up with flanel lined jeans and sweaters with this piece overall and I'm warm and toasty on my ride.

    David - January 16, 2012

    (Baltimore , MD)

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    nice suit

    Very happy with it but... forget about using the knee pads, they sit on the inside of your knees. Very warm and wind proof. A little puffy/big from the waist down... so going to sew on some velcro straps to tighten it up... other than that it's very good. Especially all the pockets!

    biker - December 12, 2011

    (nor cal, CA)
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