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Firstgear TPG Expedition Suit
  • Firstgear TPG Expedition Suit - Black
  • Firstgear TPG Expedition Suit - Black
  • Firstgear TPG Expedition Suit - Black
  • Firstgear TPG Expedition Suit - Black
  • Firstgear TPG Expedition Suit - Black
  • Firstgear TPG Expedition Suit - Black
  • Firstgear TPG Expedition Suit - Black
  • Firstgear TPG Expedition Suit - Black
  • Firstgear TPG Expedition Suit - Black

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Firstgear TPG One Piece Expedition Suit

The Firstgear TPG Expedition Suit is constructed of 420-denier nylon, Hypertex waterproof-breathable fabric for maximum abrasion resistance with optimal weather protection. Featuring cutting-edge, D3O armor for impact protection. Easy entry and egress–even with boots on-is achieved with generous, full length side-zips. Strategically placed, zipper-controlled venting throughout ensures outstanding airflow.


  • Athletic fit: Thin, athletic, low body fat
  • Hypertex waterproof-breathable fabric construction
  • Fully adjustable D3O Evo Pro armor protection at knees, elbows, hips, shoulders
  • Level 1 D3O 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
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / SM 907448 FTO.1404.01.M001 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / MD 907449 FTO.1404.01.M002 Out of Stock
Black / LG 907450 FTO.1404.01.M003 Out of Stock
Black / XL 907451 FTO.1404.01.M004 Out of Stock
Black / 2XL 907452 FTO.1404.01.M005 Out of Stock
Black / 3XL 907453 FTO.1404.01.M006 Out of Stock


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Replace Kilimanjaro Jacket and HT Overpants I'm 6'1" and 180 lbs, mostly average proportions, but am slightly short legged & long backed for someone of my height. I bought a LARGE. 33" inseam. Pros: 1.Fit is very good. If I was 6'2", or 20 more lbs, or had 3 in more belly, then an XL would have been a better fit. 2. Although the suit is heavy, it weights about the same as my Kilimanjaro jacket & HT Overpant Shell combined. 3. Compared to Kilimanjaro jacket & HT Overpant Shell combination, far less binding and more breathable in the seat & crotch area. 4. Leg vents and lower arm sleeve vents really introduce some cooling. 5. Ample room for 1 additional layer for cold weather riding without bulking up to the point of wishing I had bought an XL. 6. Fits my skinny arm & legs better than other First Gear products. Has less extra material hanging off. Cons: 1. Main zipper catches 6 inches below being fully raised. Just a matter of learning how to avoid it. 2. Collar could be taller on my pencil neck. 3. Some may want more storage pockets. 4. A 1/2" longer legs would have made it perfect. October 3, 2015
Firstgear TPG Expedition Suit Like other reviewers stated and for the price you pay, I wish it came in a hi-vis color scheme and TALL sizes. I'm 6'5" 225lbs. and I may have to add fabric to the knee area in order to sew on more velcro to move the knee pads lower. I've worn this in 95 degree weather and got drenched in sweat, both torso and legs, but that was before I found the armpit air vents. So I would imagine opening the air vents would improve airflow significantly. The suit is very comfortable in 85-60 degrees. On the morning of 14 Sep. 2015, it was about 54 degrees, I wore a thick hoody and sweatpants underneath, which kept me warm. Since I use this to commute to work, I may invest in the plug-in jacket/pants/gloves/socks to keep warm below 45 degrees. RevZilla offers awesome customer service and super-quick shipping. Keep it up guys! September 14, 2015
First Riding Suit After much back and forth and many videos, I finally had to make a choice on what protective gear I would buy. I ultimately decided a single suit would be the best long term option for someone like me looking to do 4 season commuting. I am 6'1", 220 lbs and ordered the extra large. I feel it is mostly a good fit with all the armor positioned in its "smallest" setting. I should have plenty of room to layer up. Construction seems to be quality, with a similar issue as another reviewer: the darn zipper just doesn't want to go all the way up. It stops a few inches shy of closing, and you have to pull the fabric below in order to get it closed. It blocks wind well when fully closed, and breaths well with vents open. I imagine I will be too hot on 80+ degree days, but with layers I imagine I could ride in pretty low temps. Average points for style. Not super cool to look at and no hi vis option. Not ugly either, mind you. As a first suit I'm glad I didn't skimp. It's nice and comfortable and should do its job if it has to. April 16, 2015
Very good, but with minor flaws Overall suit is very good - good materials, nice stitching, thought-out design. Especially I like integrated D3O armor in adjustable pockets, so you can actually fit it to your exact anatomy. It also worth to mention that armor is CE level 2 (except for back protector) - which I didn't find in any other riding suit on the market. So, if you want maximum protection - you can buy this suit, replace only the back protector - and that's all. Other things I like: - Good ventilation - everywhere except back where vents are behind back protector - Vents on a place on pants pockets - so you can reach your wallet without any problems - Leg zippers which allow to wear it on top of even massive boots like A* Toucan However, there are some points why I didn't put 5-star rating here: 1) No hi-viz option. Guys, really? You make a great riding suit and you don't have any possibility to order it hi-viz? 2) Only 2 pockets. It's a lot of pain for me as I usually have a lot of stuff to carry with me. 3) Leg zippers don't allow to put it on with boots on. April 7, 2014
An excellent choice for the spaceman on a budget I honestly couldn't be happier with this suit. I'm 6' and 250 lbs and the XL fits pretty well, I have room for an extra layer (probably 2) under the suit but it's not baggy enough to flap around in the wind. My only issue is that I have a long torso and short legs (inseam is 30-31") and I'm at about the limit for the torso length on this. The legs are a couple inches too long, but that's not really that big of deal, it works out pretty well when I'm on the bike. It's plenty warm down to 50 with just jeans and a t-shirt under it, and down to 35 degrees with just a second layer of polarfleece underneath. I imagine it would be OK in even colder weather with some kind of insulating pants and maybe another layer up top, but I'm in CA so I'll probably never need to test that. At about 80 degrees it starts to get pretty warm unless you're at speed with all the vents open. I've been caught in a few rainstorms with it and have not been wet so far. The zippers are nice quality waterproof deals that close securely. The pulls are a bit hard to operate with gloves on. The full length leg zippers make it real easy to get in and out of even with bulky boots on my size 13 feet. My only want would be a vent in the back which would really help with airflow through the suit when it starts getting warm. Overall, it's a great suit and a good value for what you're paying. March 27, 2014
Continues to suffer from big flaws I had the previous Firstgear one piece riding suit in size Large. The sizing on the TPG Expedition suit is completely different, with me swimming in a Large (5'11", 175 lbs). No big deal, swapped for a Medium. Just be aware. In the TPG, they at least upgraded the zippers to quality YKK zippers. (On my old Firstgear suit, the main zipper broke after about 20 uses.) Unfortunately, due to some faulty sewing, the main zipper regularly snags about 80% of the way up nearly all of the time. Annoying. Also, the neck clasp refuses to stay open. I'm tired of trying to swap out TPG suits for one that works as it should and am just sticking with what I've got. Quality control continues to be a serious problem for Firstgear. For this price, the suit needs to have been adequately QC'ed to not have these problems. This suit would be excellent if they could just make one that had everything working on it. March 22, 2014
High quality at a value price. Pros: high quality materials and workmanship. excellent cut for tall riders (I have a 36" inseam and the large provides plenty of length in the riding position). adjustable armor (I'm 6'2", 175lbs and have never had a suit/jacket-pant combo that the armor was is the best position for a crash, with the adjustable armor I can dial in a custom fit,) excellent wind protection (I have ridden in single digit temps at highway speeds with only a small fleece mid-layer and comfortable.) Cons: only one, this thing is a major pain in the A** to get on & off. The adjustable armor does not have the traditional pocket, rather is exposed for adjustability and can catch on entry. I have almost given up on keeping boots on when putting on or talking off, just to time consuming. overall it is one of the best pieces of motorcycle equipment I have ever owned. January 20, 2014
Anthony's review was spot on I am using this for my daily commute over my work clothes. I chose it over the other Revzilla suits and the BMW one piece. It offers great quality for the $. The armor and YKK zippers are true value add. November 1, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Jared Y: Wanted a one piece suit so it would be more likely that I'd always wear full protection. So far it's worked. Great in the rain and so far so good in cold weather down to 40 degrees. I'm sure it will go much lower if needed, and it will be needed this winter. Oct 23, 2015
Richard M: All around 4 season commuter suit with D3O armor at a reasonable price May 16, 2015
Marcel B: Amazing features, amazing fit, D3O armor, five year and crash warranty all for under $600. Hard to beat. Wish it had a thermal liner, however do far down into the 20's with my heated jacket liner was all that was needed to be comfortable. Mar 19, 2014
Eric L asked: Does this suit have shoulder armor and what are the inseam measurements/adjust-ability like as they are not included in the size chart? Jan 29, 2014
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Alex S: Yes, the suit has shoulder armor. I am very impressed by this suit and use it when I ride in underlying formal clothes for work. The quality is outstanding throughout with armor at key locations. The inseam is long (I'm guessing 34-36in). I wear a short 30in inseam in jeans but this suit works fine despite the long length because it has zippers and velcro at bottom so I put over boots and velcro around inseam. This bunches up the legs a bit but since designed to be somewhat lose for underlying clothes it works quite well and does not appear bulky. The extra inches makes it more comfortable when standing up and sitting down in active riding as well. Awesome product and well priced for the amount of quality material used. Jan 29, 2014
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Evan S: It does have shoulder armor. The inseam is not adjustable, I actually have fairly short legs (6' but 31" inseam) but it still works fine. I'd guess the inseam is 33-34" in the XXL. I have the XXL size because I wanted some room to be able to layer underneath it, otherwise I would have gone with the XL. I am 245 lbs, wide in the shoulders with a 38" waist. Jan 29, 2014
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Christopher A: Eric yes it has shoulder armor. As to the adjustability, I cannot say but will give it a measure when I get home. I will say it has quite a bit of comfortable play to accommodate many body types. I am very happy with the purchase and the quality is tops. Good luck Jan 29, 2014
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MA GUADALUPE R: Yes it has armor at the shoulders,back,elbows,hips,and knees. I am 5'11" 210 lbs with a 45" chest 36" waist 32" inseam the suit is an xl and I have room to wear an extra layer over my work clothes. The inseam measures 33 1/2" and the gator and Velcro keep the legs from dragging when walking. I hope this helps. Feb 11, 2014
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Eric L: Thanks for the thorough answers, looking forward to this suit. Feb 12, 2014
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Joel S asked: I would like to know if anyone has ridden with this in properly hot weather, FL, AZ, TX. I love the concept of the suit but im a bit scared im going to roast when it warms up. Im in new england and its colder than hell now, but we get our fair share of 90+ degree and 100% humidity days.

How does it fair in the heat?
Feb 28, 2014
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Alex S: Well, it is very well vented, but if it's that hot I usually ride naked.

I am in California,and on truly warm summer days I just wear pads.
This suit is outstanding, but it IS a suit.
I would not wear it on a hot summer California day.
I would wear minimal clothing and just wear motocross pads.
It's vented enough that you would be comfortable while moving but as soon as you stop at a light you will cook.

This suit will be great 8-9 months per year in those states.
Feb 28, 2014
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Tianmin D: The suit is made of heavy stiff nylons, so I believe it provides adequate protection against wind and rain. I returned the product due to its bulkiness and the inconvenience of putting on and off… I actually needed a water proof jacket for everyday commuting. if you're serious about adventure riding, it could be what you need in a cool weather. I don't think it's the right choice in AZ summer, though. Feb 28, 2014
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Tianmin D: The suit is made of heavy stiff nylons, so I believe it provides adequate protection against wind and rain. I returned the product due to its bulkiness and the inconvenience of putting on and off… I actually needed a water proof jacket for everyday commuting. if you're serious about adventure riding, it could be what you need in a cool weather. I don't think it's the right choice in AZ summer, though. Feb 28, 2014
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Daniel L: what size should i get with this, im 6'4 1/4" and 245lbs, 42 hips,, 34 inseams Dec 31, 2014
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Eric L asked: How compact can you store the suit when you're not wearing it. I'm looking to possibly be able to put it in the saddlebag of an R1200RT? Feb 12, 2014
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Bruno B: When I get to my destination I store mine in a Sea to Summit eVent Compression Dry Sack. It compresses very nicely. I have a much larger bag than is needed, but I wanted it to have an opening large enough to get my computer bag into so it can be dual purpose. Dec 24, 2014
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Alex S: OH man, it's bulky. Yes, you can make it fit but these guys make it sound like it's easy. It will take up an ENTIRE big bag. Mainly because it is very well made and well padded. Feb 28, 2014
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Merrick B: I put it in my stock BMW bags no problem. Feb 16, 2014
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Rob D: It'll crunch down. Feb 20, 2014
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Steve S asked: Asking a fit question here? Guessing a small but would hope the sleeves and legs are long enough to cover appropriately when seated?
32/33 sleeve length
38-40 sport coat (probably more 38)
30 waist
30 length
Apr 7, 2015
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Leah J: I'm 5'9" at 165 with a 34" waist, but the same otherwise. I got the medium and it is just a bit on the loose side, but good enough for me as I can layer up without worry. My length is just right but maybe a bit longer than I need it to be, so if you don't plan on gaining lots of weight anytime soon, I'd say go with the small. Apr 7, 2015
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MA GUADALUPE R: I use a large I am 5'11" 200 lbs size 46 sports coat 36" waist 32" inseam and the fit is good just enough room for a insulating layer. I ride an adventure bike and sit upright thearms and legs are a good length for me I hope this helps. Apr 8, 2015
William S: I am a 40 suit coat, 31 waist, 30 inseam about 145 weight, and medium fits fine Apr 7, 2015
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A shopper asked: Was wondering how cold will you 20-30 degrees Fahrenheit riders get using this suit. I commute on a dual sport year round I normally wear dress pants and shirt under my gear. How does the suit preform in winter? Waterproofing on extra wet days? Jul 24, 2015
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Richard M: I haven't worn the new suit in the wintertime, but I have with the older model. It's important to remeber that the suit is a breathable water proof shell hta holds armor and blocks wind. This means that in winter you wear it with vents closed, with a base layer and warm layer over ordinary clothing. I use heated gear - a jacket liner and gloves for comfort, and I found that it was quite comfotable on a low setting. Dress pants and shirt wil not be adequate in winter unless you wear a base layer and a sweater. That's not a flaw in design, the suit is roomy enough so that layering is comftable, and in warmer wather , the venting flows air very nicely. I didn't have a need for extra waterproofing. I expect the new suit to be the same - cheif difference is that the zipper swork better and won't bid or break and the wnderful flexible D3O armor. I find that it's better to put on and take off the suit from a seated position, but that doesn't take very much time once you become used to the zippers, even boot on. All in all a very comfortable and protective garment. Jul 27, 2015
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Fedir P: I use it to commute year-round (except hot summer days) and it behaves just fine. It's little chilly <5 Celsius though - I greatly improved comfort after I bought heated vest.
Waterproofing is just fine, even after 30 mins in pouring rain I have only zippers a bit wet.
Jul 25, 2015
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