JC walks you through the step by step process of measuring yourself for the right fit, talks about body types, comfort, armor and then he discusses some of the differences in fit between some of the top brands.
Motorcycle riding suits take protection and coverage to the next level. Whether you're looking for the perfect racing suit, or an adventure touring motorcycle suit that's tough as nails, we've got you covered. Shop your favorite riding suit brands like Alpinestars, Firstgear, Joe Rocket and Olympia, all at the lowest prices online. Choose between one-piece and two-piece motorcycle suits in both high quality leather and textile materials. So if you've decided a riding suit is just what you need, you're probably wondering "which style suit is right for me?"
Sport Bike Suits- These racing suits are designed to go flat out fast. Constructed with highly protective and abrasion resistant leather, these suits will hold up great and protect you if you happen to be sliding down the race track. On most racing suits you will find incorporated protective guards to take safety and protection up a notch and keep injuries to a minimum.
If you need help finding your size, check out our Race Suit Buyer's Guide to find the perfect fit.
Adventure and Street Bike Suits- If fighting the weather and elements is your biggest challenge, these riding suits are perfect for any rider simply commuting to work or exploring the country roads. Motorcycle riding suits are rigorously tested and tirelessly engineered to perfection, making them extremely tough, comfortable, safe and even breathable. Once you wear one of our fine motorcycle riding suits, you'll likely never ride without one again.
If you ride in the rain often, check out our Rain gear Buyer's Guide to see how you can stay warm and dry.
Michael (Saint Louis )
Man is this thing warm. I went on a 2 hour ride with a lot of highway speeds at 30 degrees or below. I was warm the entire time and I only had my riding jeans and a long sleeve shirt on underneath. I highly recommend. The only negative which is a minor issue is in the ankles. The fit is too tight when covering riding boots. It's difficult to zip together. A velcro strap like the ones on the waste would be highly beneficial to allow the leg to be fully zipped and then the velcro to fully tighten. The rest of the suit is great.
R (Portland )
This suit is an incredible deal for the money, and except for the fact it does not have armored knees, shoulders, etc, it is just about perfect. I am a very big guy (6-4, 270#), and size 3X fits well. It is reasonably easy to get into and out of. I rode 200 miles this weekend in weather ranging from 35-50 degrees F, and rainy to bright sun. Underneath, I was wearing nothing but long nylon underwear. I did not get chilled or overheated. The velcro neck closure is very good. Its worth mentioning that a one piece suit has advantages over a jacket and pants because it is less drafty and there is less to fuss with.
Rafael (Redwood City )
I purchased this suit about 6 months ago and I am really impressed overall with the quality and value of this two piece. I am 5'8" 170lb, average build, and I got the 44 for comfort-fit an it was way too big. I traded it for a 42 and now I'm happy. I normally don't like my suits race-fit since I tour on my 954RR and do a lot of day trips locally. Very high quality, looks great, and solid protection (I added a force field size 001 back protector and it fits perfectly). I highly recommend for the price and as a day to day suit for proper protection.
Bruno (Huntington Beach )
I love Axo products! I have their Primato II boots and Byway leather jacket. Great quality and a very good price point. I hope they keep making street gear and I'll be a long time customer for sure! The jacket does not have the inner back protector but you can pick one up from Axo for $30 that will be a perfect fit. Sizing is small compared to something like Alpinestars; just order one size larger and it should be a perfect fit. The suit is tight fitting for me as well but that's ok since I'm not using it for regular commuting and don't need any extra layers underneath.
Chuck (Westminster )
First, let me say I love this suit. It's heavy at about 10 lbs, but worth it. I'm 5'8 and 195, 30 inseam. The sizing chart I saw recommended XL, so I ordered it. Had the legs hemmed locally for $35, and suit now fits. BUT, it's really big in the collar and pushed up my body, with the collar hitting my helmet collar. The back armor makes me look like a hunchback. Climbing on my cruiser took some effort because the legs were tight around my jeans. Still, once under way, it was great to wear and did the job. Lots of pockets, venting is almost too good for cold rides! Anyway, it's a nice suit. If I had a do over, I'd go a size smaller.
Jamal (Berkeley )
This one piece suit is awesome! Protection is top quality. I have the same complaint as many of the reviews regarding the zipper sticking a few inches below the neck but this is minor and simply requires a second tug to get it closed. Not easy to put on over boots while standing but you can do it. Nice ventilation. Fit is a bit short in the torso for me (6'3") but not to the point of being problematic. I rode in the rain for a few hours and remained dry and warm even as the rain turned to snow. Great value for the money!