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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.
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
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
"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.
- Long/short options available
- USUALLY waterproof
- 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
Perfect for the cold weather rider.
I just ordered this product a couple of days ago and got a chance to use it in the early morning temperature [30 degrees F] and mid day temperature [40-45 degrees F]. This suit has kept me incredibly warm and has surpassed my expectations. After my ride in 40 degree weather I was actually sweating a little bit while I was taking the suit off. It fits really well and I could not be happier with the product.
October 26, 2013
Best Waterproof Riding suit money can buy!
I live in Florida where is rains constantly. I know that I can rely on this suit to keep out the weather.
I'm an athletic build, 5'11", 190lbs, size 44 coat, 31in waist and I purchased the XL.
The XL fits perfect through the chest and waist due to the velcro adjustments under the armpit and at the hips but I find the arm and leg length to be about an inch too long.
The normal weather I commute in is cold and raining in the morning and warmer in the afternoon. No matter if I have the liner in or not this suit works great. The venting in the front seamed to be a gimmick until it was raining then the sun came out and I couldn't pull over to take off the suit. One quick zip from left shoulder to right hip and I was cooling off very quickly.
October 22, 2013
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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 improvementSep 17, 2013
Paul M: Needed a four season suit. This fit the bill exactly.Aug 11, 2013
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
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
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.
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 thanksSep 29, 2013
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
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
A shopper asked:I wonder if this suit would give me the same protection against road rush and impact, comparing to wearing a leather jacket and some Kevlar jeans . And should I wear a Forcefield pro shirt/pants armor underneath , would that be plenty ?Oct 6, 2013
A S asked:Hello - let me start by saying in go want to make my morning starts, out of the house as quickly as possible. This has led my long and on going search for a one piece suit. I'd prefer a zip out insulation layer and something that fits over clothes so I can commute here and there and more often. I live in the armpit of the US, Maryland. 3-5 months of decent riding if I'm lucky, that's is where I can leave home and return home with the same clothes. Sometimes removing a long sleeve. A one piece will make riding, commuting and experiences more fun. As it is I feel like a slummer, wasting payments on a bike I should've paid cash for, or not purchased. WHERE CAN I GET THE CONVERSION FROM THE SIZING CHART ON THIS PAGE TO THE "choose a size" drop down for order? Damn! Why so hard to by a one piece? 6'4 245, 36" arm and legs 36" from floor to balls when Hot.Oct 10, 2013