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Casey H:if you watch the video above, Anthony says that the model is wearing a size 52 and is wearing a size large. He points out emphatically that the suit is sized to wear over your gear, so buy your normal size.Nov 28, 2014
Cody M:Nope, no hood. I've wore this suit in a few down pours where I couldn't see 10 feet in front of me for 30+ minutes and all I got was a small trickle down my neck. Get at least a size larger than you think you need.Nov 11, 2014
yves m:I would suggest you contact Revzilla; I made a purchase however the suit ran small ( I needed a 3xl). I contacted them and they were a great help, Unfortunate, the suite only went up to 2xl and I had to return the Dainese and purchase another product that would accommodate my size requirement.Aug 11, 2014
Cody M:I see the video has been posted. I bought my suite according to my own measurement (size 42 long). The suite is designed to wear with gear underneath, so if you wear a large jacket you would buy a large suite. I ended up being an XL due to the length of my arms. Good suite though.Aug 10, 2014
Eric W:The main zipper is double-ended and ends at the top of the left thigh at its bottom end. It's possible you could feed a power cord through there, but it would then have to pass over the top of the bib at mid-chest. You'd probably need an extension to do it. So I'd say it looks possible to do but not very practical.Jun 7, 2015
A shopper asked:i am 5'9" and weight 200lbs should i get a xl? I bought a spidi rain suit a few years ago in a large and it is super tight so wondering if euro sizing is for someone like a valentino rossi build or something.May 13, 2014
Cody M:I have not gotten a chance to ride with suite yet.
Trying on the suite: I am 6'5", 42 shoulders, and 190lbs so I do not have high expectations when it comes to clothing, nothing fits perfect unless tailored. With a Joe Rocket Meteor jacket the xl fit for the most part.
On the bike (Triumph Scrambler): The suite has 3 button locations for the collar. There is no way I can use the tightest location. The legs could be longer, but still cover my boots well enough.May 14, 2014
A shopper asked:I didn't see I sizing chart, I'm 5'7 with a 30" inseam, 168 lbs, 34" sleeve length. I was wondering if I would need a size medium ? I also would like to know if this suit has heat shields on the inside of the legs ? Thanks.Jun 13, 2015