Firstgear TPG Expedition One-Piece Suit

$649.95

Rating 4.70 of 5 (2 Reviews)

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Firstgear TPG Expedition One-Piece Suit

The all-weather motorcycle survival suit, the Firstgear TPG Expedition One-Piece combines all the must have features into one easy wearing package. Constructed of tough Hypertex™ textile, this Firstgear suit is abrasion resistant and waterproof without the need for an internal waterproof liner. And with no liner underneath, the TPG Expedition flows a substantial amount of air for hot weather use. Inside, D3O armor has been placed in the elbows, shoulders, back and knees. Whether commuting, touring or extra coverage during the colder months, the TPG Expedition One-Piece presents the motorcyclist with a solid year round choice.
  • Hypertex™ waterproof-breathable fabric construction
  • Fully adjustable D3O® Evo Pro armor protection at knees, elbows, hips – also featuring the Viper back pad
  • Diagonal main, front zipper ease of entry and egress
  • Strategically placed, zipper-controlled venting throughout
  • Integral under-helmet rain hood in collar
  • Dual, one-hand adjustable waist belts
  • Internal cuff, rain gaiter
  • Item # 63272
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Overall Rating: 4.70 of 5

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Great One Piece

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!

Jamal - November 11, 2015

(Berkeley, CA)

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Recommended. A capable, safe, and good-looking suit.

I needed an uninsulated, weatherproof, sharp-looking, under $1000 suit for Alaska and the Yukon, and this does the job. I'm 6'0", 155lbs, and the Large fits perfect for length. The waist fits once I tighten the waist belts. The arms and legs are a little loose. Getting the suit on or off takes under 25sec with practice. It has little reflection and only two external pockets. The pads are adjustable and there's vent zippers galore. All zippers are very promising but I've only tested in medium rain.

Adam - October 7, 2014

(Juneau, AK)