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I'll start off by saying I'm 6'2" 150 lbs (188 cm, 69 kg) and I was REALLY not sure on what size I needed. Going off of the fact that I wear a size medium in virtually everything else, I thought it was a safe bet after seeing that in the Revzilla video, the gentleman modeling the suit was 6'1" 195 lbs and wearing a size large. 50 lbs of difference, safe bet, right?! Wrong. The medium is T-I-G-H-T! No way I was getting my size 12 U.S. boots into those, as I could hardly get my feet in without boots on.
After squeezing my feet in, I was left to attempt the task of getting my arms in while wearing my Dainese Zen Evo jacket (Size 54 in Dainese jacket sizing). It was difficult under the ideal conditions of my living room, but I managed to zip it up - even if that meant holding my breath with no air in my lungs.
I was physically unable to get the suit off after about 5 minutes of trying and finally had to ask my brother (who was laughing the whole time) to help me with my arms. I had a feeling if I fell over I'd be like a turtle on my back!
In the video they specifically say that the suit is designed so that you don't have to buy a size up, and designed to go over your current armor. No bueno.
I'll be biting my teeth, paying the Revzilla exchange shipping fee (sigh), and trying a size large. I'll edit this post when it arrives.
April 2, 2015
Overall good suite
I'm 6'5", 185lbs. Riding a Triumph Scrambler.
I was caught in an afternoon monsoon today. The suite did good.
Easily visible, not terribly baggy, one piece / one zipper, not PVC, mesh inner, easy to stow away.
Have to remove my size 14s to put the suite on (Non-issue for 99% of humans#, slightly tight around the front of the neck #again a non-issue for most#, some water around my neck #not a river)
June 11, 2014
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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
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