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Aside from the obvious visual effect of being seen from 1000 yards away, this gear will keep you bone dry in the worst downpour. Recommended for those of us who do not let the weather dictate whether or not we hit the road.
Waterproof/Breathable Nylon shell is fully seam sealed
Jacket features an under-the-helmet rain hood stuffed in the collar
Velcro adjustment tabs at wrists and upper arms
Soft-lined inner collar
2 zipper front pockets
Black reflective stripes for greater visibility at night
Jacket and pant articulated fit for riding position
Jacket and pant include integrated stuff sack for easy storage
Bright and basic
Does the trick. Nothing exceptional but adequate. I like how bright it is especially in bad weather
February 10, 2014
Great Rain Gear
I purchased both the pants and jacket. I'll review just the jacket here. First, I am 5'9" 190lbs. 44" chest and 34" waist 16 1/2" neck. I have a snug fitting Joe Rocket mesh jacket with armor in it that I put on first. it is size LG and fits me perfect. I put the rain jacket over the top of the Joe Rocket jacket. It does fit! The sleeves are long enough to cover everything! The waist, belly and chest are covered with maybe 1/2" of space to spare. This is the first small issue. On my Ducati, I have to lean over a bit and could have used a little more wiggle room, it gets snug! This wouldn't be a problem in an upright riding position. The jacket is long enough to completely cover my waist, in fact, I can sit on the tail of the jacket.....barely. The second small issue for me is the neck is pretty tight over another jacket. It needs to be to keep the rain out but maybe 1/4" more would have helped. The third issue is I hate the built in pocket/pouch the jacket packs into. Way more work than just a simple gear bag to throw it into. Would I buy this set again? EVERY TIME! Super light weight, packs small, great color and reflectivity and it stops the rain as it say's. I added a photo to show the reflective strips. They look black/grey on the jacket but really reflect light!
October 4, 2013
Great weather protection. Fits over my Joe Rocket riding jacket. Folds up in a nice little pouch. Great design, zippers and snaps work well. The only downside is, if it's warm out, I'd say anything over 75, you're going to be hot.
August 19, 2013
Great quality for the price
Very satisfied with my purchase! It fits me well and fills very comfortable
April 29, 2013
You can direct traffic with this yellow rain gear
I like my obnoxiously bright yellow First Gear Sierra Day Glo Rain Jacket and Pants. If they run you over in the rain when you are wearing one of these, it must have been intentional. I bought it because of the quality and features and the color and I am happy with all. It is expensive, but much less so than the motorcycle branded outfits. It is better made and with better features than all those I tried in the local stores. The built in pocket which turns into the bag for each of the jacket and pants are great... appropriately sized and conveniently located to make packing simple. The jacket stored perfectly easily the first time. The pants took a couple times to work out the best technique. So, received my new rain gear and this was the first time I can remember wishing for rain. Did I ever get it on the second day of the trip... hours of it and sometimes really heavy and windy. Not a drop inside the suit (except as will be mentioned below). The seals all worked well. I was a leary of the sela on the front not having velcro but the double seal worked great. I cannot imagine riding in worse weather and the suit worked fine. It was comfortable, too. And, fit well standing / walking as well as riding and any riding related movements. The LONG zippers on the legs (to the knees) are great. Easy to get boots in. (Okay, maybe not easy hopping on one leg at the side of the rode. But, easier than any others I tried.) The elastic bands and velcro seals at the legs and arms hold the pants and jacket securely. I did have a rain leakage issue but that may be a user issue. My shirt was wet at my stomach. I think the water rolled up my legs and under the jacket and onto my shirt. There are pull straps and clamps inside the jacket on both sides but I did not use those. I will use those next time. I bought an XL because I have long arms and legs although I am thin, so that might have contributed to the water access without the drawstrings being tightened. Would I buy this again if I had to replace my new suit... absolutely, and no hesitation to recommend it. What would I tell First Gear? I really like this yellow color BUT does it ever pick up sprayed road dirt / oils AND is that ever hard to clean. I had to soak the stains in diswashing detergent and some of them still show light risidual stain marks. The material really needs to have a finish that prevents that or at least makes cleaning less burdensome. This is a serious issue. The strength and feel and comfort of the material is good but there is something wrong with the finish. I think I forgot to mention... the construction quality is excellent... both how it is put together for movement and the quality of seam joining.
August 27, 2012
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Jonathan Y: I believe this jacket will keep me plenty dry but more importantly, help other motorists see me better day and night .Feb 17, 2014
A shopper asked:I am looking whether to purchase an XL or L for the Firstgear Sierra Day Glo Rain Jacket. My current cold weather jacket is an XL, but during the summer months I wear a leather vest. My chest measures 44-45. My concern is if I order the XL, will it be too baggie? If I get a L, will the fit over my cold weather jacket (XL) be too tight?Apr 10, 2014
David P:I have a Large Held Jacket, and the Medium rain jacket fits over it with room to spare. I wear a size 40 jacket normally and the Medium fits over all my riding gear just fine. They are cut large, and I would think a Large would fit over your XL jacket ok, and would be fine over the summer vest as well. If it doesn't you can always exchange it, but I bet it'll fit over both just fine..Apr 15, 2014
Mark S:I have similar questions when ordering xl vs xxl. It almost always works out that having a little more room is better than being too tight. Last fall we were in Utah and it started raining, the temps dropped 20 degrees in the span on an hour and I was glad to have room to add another layer. Apr 15, 2014
Douglas P:Better too loose than too tight. XL is going to be loose over just a vest. You should be wearing an armored mesh jacket in the summer anyway. I just carry the rain jacket if caught in the rain not for daylong riding in the rain.Apr 15, 2014