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Joe Rocket Survivor 1-Piece Suit

Survive the elements in this one-piece over suit laden with key features including a waterproof treated RockTex™ 600 shell and C.E. approved armor at all key impact points. The Joe Rocket Survivor, your personal environmental control system.

Features:

  • Waterproof treated RockTex™ 600 outer shell
  • C.E. rated armor in shoulders, elbows and knees
  • Removable spine pad with pocket for optional C.E. spine protector
  • Melt resistant material on lower leg area
  • Removable Insulated full suit liner
  • Waterproof lined pockets
  • Triple closure outer pockets
  • YKK zippers
  • Lasercut waterproof main zipper
  • Articulated expansion waist
  • Multiple position sleeve adjusters
  • Big Air™ ventilation system integrated into the front main zipper for 80 square inches of poly/mesh
  • Double layer RockTex™ 600 on shoulders, elbows and knees
  • 14-point Sure Fit™ custom adjustment system at waist, chest, upper legs & ankles
  • Reflective stripe & logos

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Joe Rocket Survivor Suit 4.3 5 10 10
Nice suit! Great suit for the money, well made. Does run small I'm 5'9" 195 lbs. got the extra large short. Good sporty fit. Only dislike collar is a little tight. April 23, 2014
Comfy and adjustable, if a bit damp. I love my Survivor suit. That's not to say it's perfect - but at the price point, it's hard to beat. I have worn it on 14F days with the liner in, and it keeps heat in; summer hasn't broken here yet, but the vents and the ability to hold the front flap open with snaps leads me to believe it'll be fine for spirited summer riding. It is definitely not waterproof - water-resistant is a push. If it's drizzling, I stay dry; if it's raining, I can plan on needing to air out my pants. The Roadcrafter it ain't - but it's also not a grand out of pocket, and I can get in and out of it in less than a minute. It also opens up enough that I can get my wallet out of my back pocket at a gas station without disrobing first. April 8, 2014
great! Definitely something I would recommend for a simple one piece suit for your touring needs! The sizing was not as accurate as I thougjt it would be but with the help of the revzilla video review, I managed to get the perfect size. Good on ya! April 7, 2014
First full suit FIT: 6 foot 200 lbs- 34x34 in most pants and Large in most shirts: Bought an XL and it fits spot on. Armor pieces are in just the right places when on the bike, knee pads feel a little low when walking around. Straps all over the suit allow for anything from shorts and tshirt underneath to jeans and a hoodie. Overall very comfortable. VALUE: At $360 for a "4-season" I think it's great. PROTECTION: Haven't been in a crash with it and hope I never am but I'm confident it would do it's job in the event of one. TEMPERATURE CONTROL: Haven't used it in weather above 70F but it was comfortable at that temp with the liner in and a few vents open (had shorts and tshirt on underneath), I think it'd be a viable option up to the 80-85F mark with the liner removed and all vents open. I also wore it at 34F for a 45min commute to work with the liner in and all vents closed, with only a thin pair of scrubs on underneath and I was warm and comfortable the entire trip. CONCLUSION: Want a full suit that's useable in a wide range of temps? Buy this, you won't regret it. PS: I also have yet to put the water proofing to the test, but everything seals up very well I expect it to live up to it's claims. March 13, 2014
Textile suits I was a little leary about a textile suit for protection, but Joe Rocket has done about as good as you can for the price. Fits well, comfortable and the protective gear lines up on body ares pretty close. Revzilla Thanks for keeping it affordable February 17, 2014
Good for the money. 1st off-- 5-11, 200 lbs, sz 44 jacket, 33w x32l pants. Glad I got the xl, the large probly would have fit but only with shorts and a t-shirt under. With the xl I can have blue jeans and a hoody on and its tight. Don't understand some of the reviews about not getting boots through the legholes, I had no problems. I wear an 18-1/2 neck in a dress shirt and the neck is... Slightly snug when buttoned and zipped. Just got to use the suit for the first time today, a sunny 40* day in Colorado. Wore basketball shorts and a t- shirt and perfectly comfortable. The Suit appears to be high quality, the armor fit right where its supposed to go. It being my first full body suit I was stoked on the comfort without looking like I had crossed the continent on an old boxer beemer-- everyone's seen THAT guy. Thanks Revzilla, sizing recommendations were spot on, shipping was fast and free, and your price was competitve with everyone else. I'll try to extend this review after more miles with the suit on. February 13, 2014
Great Value-Excellent Fit and Protection I am very pleased with the fit and finish of the Survivor suit. I am 6', 175lbs, with a 34" inseam and normally wear a Medium in most Joe Rocket Gear. I ordered a Large, and it fits perfectly over my jeans-with or without the thermal liner. For winter riding, the thermal liner keeps me very warm, and the front vents allow enough air through on warmer days to keep you cool. Compared to the price of similar suits, the Joe Rocket Survivor is a great value. January 14, 2014
"Waterproof?" Most of the time... I live in Seattle and ride everyday, so I know what is waterproof and what is not. As much as I wanted this suit to work out, I was again disappointed. Pros: - Price - Styling - Long/short options available - USUALLY waterproof Cons: - Um... I got wet? - Leg opening inconvenient for boot to fit thru The suit looks great and is cheap relative to other options and was great in the typical Seattle drizzle. BUT, anything past a drizzle for longer than 20-30 mins, I got wet. Water dripped thru the bottom of the main zipper, both leg openings, and the 2 back vents. Were all the zippers closed? YES, doesn't matter. Also, I had to take off my boots every time i needed to get in/out. BTW, did I mention that the pockets are not waterproof either? Yeah, my phone and wallet got wet. It was a good attempt from Joe Rocket, but from someone who was hoping to use the suit to commute to/from work everyday in a wet environment, try again Joe Rocket. Keep your price point, but changed your zipper design/placement. On a brighter note, Revzilla did a great job of rectifying this purchase. The exact reason I buy from Revzilla! November 14, 2013
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Joe Rocket Survivor Suit
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Ben M: Looking for 4-season 1-piece convenience + protection. Jun 4, 2014
D A: Because I need an all season suit to ride my bike and the main point is to get protection! the Price is excellent of course! May 8, 2014
Barry B: Video review was excellent. Wanted an awesome suit for commuting and riding on v-rod muscle. Needed protection that looked sharp. Got tired of being that guy whose business slacks were always riding up to my thighs at 120 mph on the highway. And I needed vents during summers in Tampa, FL. Not afraid of sweat or rain but the comfort, protection (more than business slacks!), and style this suit offers was seductive enough for me to buy. Mar 25, 2014
Patrick J: Weatherproof and makes you feel safer. It's snug get a size over what the sizing guide says since you can always adjust it down. Dec 2, 2013
A S: Easton/off ride to work. Nov 24, 2013
amanda w: needed an all-weather one-piece riding suit with a short inseam. women's gear is practically non-existant, and this was the best product, at the best price. hoping the fit and protection live up to the claims... fingers crossed for a dry winter! Oct 18, 2013
T A: One piece suit best for cold, wet, windy weather. A step up in cold weather gear from pants and jacket combo. Hopefully has enough room to wear clothing underneath or add layers. I used to ride in very cold weather many years ago with a one piece suit and an apple warmer around neck in all conditions down to frost and ice forming on my suit and helmet. Expect same level of use. Sep 27, 2013
Tim B: Was on the fence for a long time weighing options between two piece or one - one just makes more sense to me - AGATT toss on the suit, helmet, boots, gloves and you're golden. Previous reviews of the survivor were lackluster but hopefully the 2013 model is an improvement Sep 17, 2013
Paul M: Needed a four season suit. This fit the bill exactly. Aug 11, 2013
A shopper asked: I am 5' 9"
I weigh 190
I wear a size large t-shirt and 34"x31 jeans
I have short legs for my height.
I need a commuter suit that I can wear work clothes under (i.e. jeans and long sleeve shirt)
What would be the best size?
Nov 18, 2013
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phil g: Large: I am 6 ft. 205 bought a XL and I can wear clothes under but not to many. Dec 9, 2013
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A shopper asked: I am 5' 11"
I weigh 210
I wear a size large t-shirt and 35"x30 jeans
I have short legs for my height.
What would be the best size?
Aug 22, 2013
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daniel a: XL will fit you just fine everywhere but in the legs. You will have to fold the cuffs. Oct 22, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have 43 inch chest, 40 inch waist, 30 inch inseam and weigh 212lbs. What size am I xl or 2xl ? Feb 19, 2014
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Stephen C: Go with tthe 2xl if you don't want to fight your suit, it runs small, like body hugging small. I barely wear anything under it and I fight it every time I put it on. It's not forgiving at all. Most of the warmth generated is from putting it on. If you want the fitted feel, go with the xl, I went with the "correct size" and it feels like a second skin. So if you want wiggle room go bigger, otherwise go with the "right size" and get ready to rumble with it, reveilla has a great return/ exchange policy so you can't go wrong. Feb 21, 2014
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john n: I have a 42" chest, 31" waist, and a 32" inseam. I am about 175lbs on average and went with a large. With the liner zipped in, I have enough room for a insulating base layer. The suit comes with snaps that can be used to adjust the dimensions of the sleeves and legs to take up extra slack as well. I would go with the 2XL and try it out with a variety of clothing underneath. You can always send it back in exchange for another size. Feb 20, 2014
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A S: I'd say you are 1X.
I had a 2, but I'm taller and a little bigger chest. Height was the problem. The waist say get a problem, one piece suits are problematic in fitting. Revzilla will take care of you for shy problems.

Ride on
Dinkle
Feb 20, 2014
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phil g: I am 6' 210 lbs. 34 waist 44 chest 33 inseam and I have the XL and it fits over my work clothes. The XL will probably work the 2XL might be a little long in the legs and loose in the upper body. Hope this helps it's a good suit for the dollars. Feb 20, 2014
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Larry F: I'm 170 5'10" with a 32 waist and the large fits well. A bit snug in the arms and shoulders and is a little long in the body. I would probably go with the 2XL short. Feb 23, 2014
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Josh F: Definitely a 2x. I'm a 34in waist and with the liner is snug on me, if that gives you any idea. Feb 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: Would this suit be good for putting on over regular clothes? Aug 20, 2013
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Paul M: I purchased this suit about two weeks ago and while I have not had the chance to wear it while riding I did make sure of a comfortable fit before I took the tags off. I left the liner in and wore the clothes I ride in (a pair of Kevlar lined denim pants and my Kevlar shirt) daily for the test. I have a 42" chest and a 34" waist; I followed the sizing chart & bought the XL. The suit fit was comfortable over my clothes. In fact I will have to use the sizing straps to take a little slack out. In short, it fits very comfortable over my clothes.

Cheers & safe riding
Aug 22, 2013
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Peter R: Yes, just get the right size to do this. The suit is awesome Aug 21, 2013
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Peter R: Yes and awesome suit. Aug 21, 2013
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Barrick M: The suit is relatively tight fitting.
I wear it with street clothes on, but with the liner in it, I can't wear heavy clothing.
Sep 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can anyone advice on what type of Back Protection insert would fit this suit? Cheers Oct 14, 2013
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phil g: Pick up a Alpinestar or something simalar over the shoulder straps with a Kidney belt you won't be sorry the insert ones move around to much when you need it the most. Dec 9, 2013
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daniel a: It already has back protection and the compartment is odd shaped. I would recommend a standalone back protector if something other than the original is needed. Oct 22, 2013
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herman h asked: Hi guys, and ladies!! Lol I would like to know what size would work for me since this would be my first one that will be used for the colder weather over here in NJ? I wear a 3xl mesh jacket and wear 44 in waist jeans witha 29 inseam!! Can you help me in what size to get thanks Sep 29, 2013
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Tim B: For what it's worth I'm 6'1" 210 with shorter legs and a long torso. I picked up the xl and it fits me ok. Sep 29, 2013
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herman h: Thanks for that info Tim that help a lot Sep 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi,
I know they make sizes with ''tall'', I would need an XL-TALL. I see that you don't have it stock; can you order it?
Thanks.
May 9, 2014
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A S: I can't order it, butt I can tell you as being tall myself , this pulled up in the rear very easily. When bending over, sitting. Generally not comfortable. But , revzilla will let you return it, so leave the tags on and hang out. For a while. Good luck. May 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: Just curious what is different about the 2013 model? Sep 16, 2013
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Richard B: Color options are the only changes I can find. Things that people complained about in the previous model that didn't get changed:
1. Leg zippers too short to get boots through.
2. Using the Big Air system puts extra stress on the main zipper possibly shortening its life.
3. Breast pocket has normal non-waterproof zipper.
4. The outermost flap on the main zipper is facing up instead of down.
Nov 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: I wear an alter ego 3.0. The mesh jacket is a medium and it fits fairly well. I wear 34/34 regular pants with a belt. Does this suit have the same adjustability as the alter ego 3.0 or does it need to be dead on? Jun 1, 2013
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daniel a: adjustments are at the chest, hips, and upper thigh. Oct 22, 2013
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Joe Rocket Survivor Suit Sizing

Size Chest (in) Waist (in) Sleeve (in) Inseam Reg. (in) Inseam Short (in)
SM 34 - 36 26 - 28 32 34 N/A
MD 34 - 40 29 - 31 32 34 30.5
LG 40 - 42 32 - 34 33 34 30.5
XL 42 - 44 34 - 36 34 34 30.5
2XL 46 - 48 36 -39 35 34 30.5

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/Black / SM 885826 13704002 Out of Stock
Black/Black / MD 885827 13704003 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / LG 885828 13704004 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / XL 885829 13704005 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / 2XL 885830 13704006 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / MD (Short) 885831 13704013 Out of Stock
Black/Black / LG (Short) 885832 13704014 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / XL (Short) 885833 13704015 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / 2XL (Short) 885834 13704016 Out of Stock
Black/Hi-Viz Neon / SM 885835 13704602 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Hi-Viz Neon / MD 885836 13704603 Out of Stock
Black/Hi-Viz Neon / LG 885837 13704604 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Hi-Viz Neon / XL 885838 13704605 Out of Stock
Black/Hi-Viz Neon / 2XL 885839 13704606 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours