Mike (Roanoke )
I wore this suit for the first time this morning. I normally wear long johns/Underarmor underneath textile pants with a thermal liner and leather jacket/liner, often with a sweatshirt as an additional layer. Wow! As a test I wore nothing but underwear and a t shirt underneath and I can't believe how comfortable I was. Weird feeling - freezing hands and neck, but warm body. It doesn't have as much armor as I'm used to, but it's plenty abrasion resistant and there's plenty of room to wear something underneath. As far as sizing goes, I'm shaped weird so don't listen to me. I'm 5'9", 34" inseam, 220 lb with big thighs and 34" waist and it fits well in size large.
Michael Vickery (Moreno Valley )
Ive been riding 55 miles to work and 55 back in 30 degree weather with sub zero gloves. Its like I was sitting in my living room comfort. I take off my shoes to get in and out but its really a great suit to stay comfy in. Well worth the investment, and that's what it is, an investment to your health, comfort and safety towards your riding experience. Instead of the temperature clouding your mind, you can concentrate on your ride.
Kenneth (Arden )
I just recently got to do my first multiple day travel with this suit. Felt comfortable while riding, no pinch, pull or ride up. You will need to stop the adjustments of venting though and you will need to take it off to adjust back vents. Front access pocket only able to hold Ipod nano. Previous reviews were correct that your knee pads will need to be readjusted every time you remount bike. It is waterproof and when zipped up pretty windproof, kept chill out. Rode in temps of 42 on mtn switchbacks. If you decide to stop you cant just unzip and half shed, you will want to take off or burn up.
Thomas (Oceanside )
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.
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!
Chaz (Dallas )
Have ridden with suit on a few times, appears well made, well designed, easy to get on/ off, and is very comfortable. I have profile for LG, but got XLG and am glad I did. Seems a little too big off my ride walking around, but riding feels just right, doesn't pull on me anywhere. Very airy, lots of ventilation, think I will be OK on the hottest days. On cool days will need to layer up, another reason I got one size larger. Got neon instead of gray, thought gray looked better, but safety 1st.