Joe Rocket Survivor One-Piece Suit

Survivor One-Piece Suit

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Joe Rocket Survivor One-Piece Suit

Like a lone drifter marching through the desolation, the Joe Rocket Survivor One-Piece Suit outlasts the competition with a tough, waterproof shell, CE protection and ample storage. Cut in a comfortable, modern style, this one piece is perfect for the short trip to work or the long, demanding trek across the state.
  • Waterproof treated Rock Tex™ 600 outer shell
  • C.E. rated protectors in shoulders, elbows and knees
  • Removable spine pad with pocket for optional C.E. spine protector
  • Melt resistant material on lower leg area
  • Removable Insulated Full Suit Liner
  • Big Air™ ventilation system patent pending
  • Double layer Rock Tex™ 600 on shoulders, elbows and knees
  • Sure Fit™ adjustable waist, chest, upper legs and ankles
  • Elastic sleeve adjusters
  • Reflective stripe
  • Short Sizes are 3.5" shorter on the inseam
  • Item # 24332
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Warmth and enjoyment return.

Cold mornings in Oceanside, CA, means the temperature dips into the 40s. That said, with the liner installed it proved to be too warm and I had to take it out. Riding without the liner proved to be perfect. Warm again and happy cruising around 80mph with this suit on. Only problem I had was with the liner. Trying to put the suit on with jeans on and the liner installed was difficult. I'm 5'10 and weigh 185 and bought the XL. It's tight and hard to get into, but once on it sure does the job! With the liner in I had to take off my jeans. With the liner out it is a bit easier to get into and I can wear my jeans.

Thomas - February 22, 2016

(Oceanside, CA)

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Love this suit!

I picked this suit up for its cold-weather and waterproof properties. The only mode of transport I have is my bike, so I need something that's going to work. In ~40F, it's VERY warm. I love the ability to unzip and snap it open for airflow, and I found rear vents on the suit yesterday...should be interesting next time I ride in warm weather. The only complaint I have is that the right thigh is a little snugger than the left, and this has caused the zipper to come undone without unzipping twice.

Brenden - November 20, 2014

(McKinney, TX)

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Nice commuter suit

5'11" and 150 lbs. Normally wear a medium shirt. Ordered the medium/regular and am pleased, wearing over normal clothes for commuting. Was concerned about the length of the legs (34"), but they turned out perfect in the riding position, with the knee armor fitting well. Fit and adjustability are good, though I would like something that holds better than snaps for arm adjustments. I have yet to use the insulated liner, but I believe it will still fit well when I loosen up the adjustments.

Mike - October 25, 2014

(Tracy, CA)

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Too tight

I've bought 2 of these now from MSS trying to making this suit work. I'm 5'10 170-180lbs I first bought a large short, much too tight in the shoulders and back. Returned it got a xlarge short, better but still not great fitting. It's a task to pull my legs up to the pegs because of how tight the back is. The shoulders also hinder me. I took out the back protection still not so good.

Cordell - December 24, 2013

(Santa Cruz , CA)

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joe rocket

Have used suit 3-4 times and love it there is less wind noise. The fit is great as there is loads of adjustment for arms, chest and legs. Have not had rain so cannot say how it performs in the wet however I am confident there will be no problems as the quality just feels great. I am 5.11" 235 pounds got 2xx it is a neat fit on me but I do plan to lose some pounds.

brian - November 18, 2013

(banbridge, DOW)

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Don't Buy Not Waterproof

The Joe Rocket Survivor suit is not water proof. I was caught in a driving rain storm between Albuquerque and Amarillo for two hours. I was soaked to my underwear. It seems that the grey bits held up but the charcoal bits did not resulting in a soaked crotch. I ended up going back to my trusty jeans and had to purchase a rain suit in Chicago. Don’t buy the Joe Rocket Survivor if you are expecting to stay dry, it’s a waste of money. I have since returned it.

Michael - September 17, 2010

(Tucson, AZ)

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Well made, but ...

This suit is well made and durable, the fit just didn't work. The legs were way too long but the top was very, very tight across the shoulders. I think my build will require a jacket and pants combo separately rather than a fitted suit.

Zach - April 22, 2010

(Tampa, FL)
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