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I am 6" 175lbs and ordered a large. I was worried about the suit being too small, but when I tried it on I found it to fit perfectly. Nice looking rain suit, very simple and nothing fancy.I cant honestly testify to it waterproofing as I have yet to wear it in the rain, but it seems like it will do fine, Italian company, but made in China.
March 11, 2013
I mainly purchased this for the pants to wear over my work pants when it rains. While they do serve the purpose they were purchased for, I don't think this item is worth the money spent. I mostly paid more for the Dianese name, which is synonymous for quality. I was unpleasantly surprized to find out they were manufactured in China, a factor I try hard to avoid.
October 8, 2012
Good rain suit
Fits well over my riding gear and folds up well for storage in the little pouch. Haven't tested it in real heavy rain yet, but it looks like it will be solid.
October 4, 2012
Good for the Money
Its a great rain suit for the money. Plus its Dainese.
April 9, 2012
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robert w: Your video.Watch,decide,ride. OutstandingDec 2, 2013
Nesho D: Rain Season in Santa Cruz, I was told, is approaching and my bike is the only form of transportation.Oct 31, 2013
Carlo S: I needed raingear. Although I must admit this seemed to be too "thick" to pack properly - I should've gone Rev-It or someithing since their raingear is drastically thinner - hence easier packed.Oct 5, 2013
A shopper asked:I'm confused as to what range sizes go where as far as the Dainese raingear goes.
I use a Portland2 size 46 (fits perfectly) but I'm not certain if that's considered "small" or "medium" in terms of the raincoat (or what size raincoat would best be suited for such gear)
The Revit Cyclone seems to be thin enough that when rolled up it's very compact. How does this fair compared to it? I understand that the Bruxelles is a two piece system, but in terms of fabric thickness, how does it compare? Thinner? Thicker? etc.
I really am big on getting raingear that has the smallest footprint when packed - since I just want to have it handy, but not assume I'm going to be wearing it often.Sep 13, 2012
I was wondering if this rainsuit is very breathable and if it comes with a bag to store it in? Also I wear a size 56 Dainese jacket, would I be save to assume the sizes are designed to go over gear so an XL should be sufficient?
I can't seem to find any reviews for this product so if anyone has any input on the effectiveness of this rain suit that would be much appreciated as well.
Skidmark:It comes with a draw string bag that is about the size of a half gallon milk carton. It has plenty of airflow. The first time I wore it, I dressed very light expecting the suit to be raincoat hot. I was cold. I wear a large mesh jacket that couldn't be a bit smaller and fit, and my XL Rain suit fits very well.Mar 19, 2012