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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 4.1 5 27 27
A Good Insurance Policy for the Price Courtesy of a gritty corner and exuberant riding, I got to put this suit to the ultimate test (3 weeks after buying it) with a low-side and a good 20' slide. The suit now has some pretty decent abrasions and one hole where the armor over my knee drug against the ground. I couldn't find any rips or tears though. No pavement got to my skin. I feel the suit preformed well for the price. I'm 5'8", 132 lbs, with a 29" waist. I ordered the small and it fit me perfectly, all the armor aligned and I was also able to fit an additional back protector inside. The few 30 deg. C mornings I got to use it, it kept me nice and warm. I wish I would have gotten to try it in the summer, I will probably buy another one soon. March 25, 2015
Great Product for the Money! For first time riding suit owners, this is a great starting point. Has similar features to the $1k suits. This suit works well in cooler to cold weather 65 to 35, but anything outside of that range can get uncomfortable. My one dislike is the lack of leg vents. March 16, 2015
Envy of all my friends I had been looking for a suit - specifically one that would fit an odd body type. I work out at the gym so have broad shoulders, thick chest, medium waist, and thick legs. The reviews were helpful and got me into the right pew. The sizing chart is perfect - do not second guess it. I am six feet tall and 200 lbs, the 2X Hi-Viz Neon fits like a tailor made suit. Took it for my first spring ride, 40 degrees and a 150 miles later and I was relieved to remove my gloves and pop the helmet to pump gas. First rate construction, comfortable, warm, and worth every penny. For those with a wife that worries every time you leave the house, model it for her and you will not hear another word. March 13, 2015
This suit is hard to evaluate. I purchased this suit in December so the first two rides I took it on had temps in the low to mid 30's. At that temp with the liner installed it kept me warm and comfortable, and was easy to get in and out of. At these low temps I had no need to open any vents so I did not notice a defective zipper on the left rear vent where the zipper did not extend all the way to the bottom making this extremely hard to open. I have to pinch the bottom of the zipper with one hand while pulling very hard on the zipper with the other hand. This I am sure will be be a serious leak point in the rain due to the gap. See pic. Unfortunately the 30 day return period had elapsed by the time I discovered it so I guess I am stuck with it. Now for the real problem: I took it for a ride the other day with temps in the low 50's so I removed the liner. It was too cold to open the vents but with them closed the suit kept me somewhat warm as I only wore a turtleneck and jeans underneath. However when I removed the suit after about a one hour ride all my clothing was very damp, pants and shirt. This suit does not breath at all, so be advised it is like riding in a heavy plastic bag. From what I have experienced I suppose the suit will vent the upper portion adequately but the lower portion does not seem to vent at all, even with the upper portion of the leg zips open. I cannot imagine my self riding in this suit in temps over 60 degrees f. Adjustability of this suit is nice as it provides many cinches, although the snaps on the sleeves unsnap while riding. I would have preferred straps. I am not recommending this suit only because of it's limited temp range of use. March 13, 2015
Excellent product I bought this suit to commute to work and back. First morning I wore it was 30 degrees F. I could not wear a light jacket under it because it is a very snug fit. So I wore it over dress pants and a long sleeve dress shirt. I was not cold at all. I am 5'10" 190 #s and got a large reg. it is snug but I think I would rather it be so than to loose and bulky. The only complaint I have us that it is hard to get anything in and out if the pockets. It is a bit hard to get on but fits like a glove once on. The armor it in the right places and the quality seems to be high. I don't think I will be able to wear it here in Houston come June, July, and August but definitely it will be good for 3 seasons here. February 26, 2015
Explosion for the Dollar This thing is awesome so far. I rode to work today for the first time in this suit. It was in the 20's and my commute is about 30 minutes one way. I had on corporate casuals, and the suit with the liner in. It wasn't too cold, though I think I could benefit from a down vest to keep my core a little warmer. I'm 5'10 and weigh 178 lbs. I usually wear a medium in most everything, but I got this in a large, and with the liner and clothing it fits like it was tailored for me, though the legs are pretty long. I love that it doesn't make me look like the michelin man. I have an average build, but with the suit on a friend told me that I looked like I could "kick some a**". Like other reviewers, I'm a little disappointed in the collar. If it was just a bit taller it would be much more affective at keeping the cold off of my neck. Also, with the liner in I couldn't get the thing on while wearing my boots. Another BIG negative is that it rejected my marriage proposal. February 25, 2015
Great bang for your buck! I've had my eye on this suit for a really long time now and finally ordered one. Got it last week and was really excited to try it on. I heard in reviews that it fits a little small so to go up a size you would normally wear so I got a medium and it was a good thing I did. I'm about 5'10" and about 160lbs with an average build. I usually wear slim fitting gear as well as clothing. I found that the jacket part is pretty snug especially under the arms. The underarm can be a little uncomfortable but being in the riding position alleviates that. It's going to be really hard getting some layers in there when it's cold out. A t-shirt and light sweatshirt is the most i can squeeze in there. The pant part however is really generous. I can get in there with jeans and ski pants on top and would still have enough room to not feel constricted. That's pretty much the only reason why I'm giving 4 out of 5 stars. The inconsistent sizing of the jacket and pant is a little disappointing but I'm still happy to finally have this suit. Unfortunately I can't say much else because I haven't taken the suit out riding yet. It's -20 Celsius here in Montreal. Just wanted to give you potential buyers a heads up on the fitting. Ride safe! Glen February 18, 2015
Great for the money. Just a few flaws. Worth it though. This suit is great. I wear it every day on my 80 miles to and from work. I wear my regular clothes under it. Biggest problem is the velcro on the inner layer. I took the inner layer out on day one and it probably wont get cold enough here in SoCal for me to care, but if you use it, the velcro gets caught on the soft inner mesh. Right out of the box I had frayed lining on the inner cuffs. Other than that, this thing rocks. I feel well protected. I have been riding in 58-65 degree weather without the liner. Warm enough on its own. I took it out in about 78 degrees with vents open. Nice and cool. February 3, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Dan W: Inexpensive and waterproof Apr 8, 2015
Mark S: Rocket gear rocks. Based on the reviews on Revzilla, I chose this over the other brands. Apr 2, 2015
Bryan B: Versatility, Style, and Price.
Won't know if I like it until I have had for a while though.
Mar 22, 2015
J W: I wanted an inexpensive riding suit that will keep me warm and protected. Having something that will go on over boots, and is quick to get on and off was also a must. Feb 18, 2015
Louis-Daniel B: tired of the different gears and looking for a unique solution to weather hot/cold, rain/snow, and protection. Jan 3, 2015
Michael L: Essentially, I bought for crash protection. I used for several months in varying conditions and it provided comfort at both warm and cool temps. Sizing was also a factor as I'm not tall. Having the "short" option was a factor.

Sadly the suit recently gave its life in the performance of its duty. I had a spill and slid on the asphalt for a ways. Thankfully, I still have skin on my knee, elbow and shoulder because of the suit. Unfortunately, the suit no longer has a knee. I'd buy the suit again
Dec 23, 2014
Caleb S: This suit is a true four season suit, with a slimmer aesthetic, high reviews from both Revzilla and the customers, and at a reasonable cost. Oct 1, 2014
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
Rob D: 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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Andrew T asked: What's the upper end of comfortable riding temperatures for this? I ride in Florida (avg 80-90F) Apr 13, 2015
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Robert S: Last summer I left in the early AM to head down and pick up a new motorcycle. Temps were in the low 30's (cold summer even for Northern Michigan) so I was layered up quite a bit below the suit. When I left the dealership it was about 85 and I still had all those layers on. It was a bit warm starting out but once I was moving I wasn't too hot in the suit but I definitely was overdressed for the occasion. I didn't have any of the vents open and the liner was still in the suit so, for me, fully clothed and layered up without suit vents I felt fine.

Probably too hot to walk around in with all of that on, but if you pulled the liner out, opened the vents and didn't wear a ton of clothes underneath it I would think 85-90 F would not be unbearable in this suit.

Your mileage may vary, of course.
Apr 13, 2015
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Barry B: Hi. It really depends on what you wear underneath and whether you will be soon a lot of sitting in traffic or keeping the wheels spinning. In motion, it's good up to 85 or even 90. It you are used to wearing gear, it's a good year round suit. I ride in traffic in Tampa on I275 and find the only time I notice getting hot is if I'm stopped on the interstate for extended periods of wall to wall traffic. It's an awesome suit. Opening up the front is a great feature and keeps a comfortable air flow inside the suit when moving. I'm 5'11" 165lbs 32w 32L 39" chest and the medium fits perfectly. It does run snug, but I wanted it not to be moving around on me. The large would have been good too but slightly too much comfort movement for my taste. My riding style is mildly aggressive, and I ride a V-Rod and a CBR600RR. Apr 13, 2015
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Caleb S: Look for something with more vents. Specifically, something with one on the upper arm and one on the thigh. Even with the central vent open, You'll be sweating up a storm, and I don't even want to think about stop and go traffic in FL in one of these.

If this suit ends up being bearable in that heat, it'll be just barely, and only when you're under motion. Otherwise, lack of thorough ventilation (arms and legs, as well as torso) will be stifling.
Apr 13, 2015
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James F: I've used mine in 90 degree weather, I live in Colorado so it's a dry heat. It's actually very breathable so long as your moving, those stop lights can get pretty hot though and I'm not sure how the humidity will effect it. Apr 21, 2015
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Derek G: Im not very heat tolerant and I regularly ride in Missouri summers. 80-95 deg and 70-100% humidity. As long as you have the ventilation system open, the liner out, and you're moving, you'll be fine. Apr 13, 2015
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Derek G: Im not very heat tolerant and I regularly ride in Missouri summers. 80-95 deg and 70-100% humidity. As long as you have the ventilation system open, the liner out, and you're moving, you'll be fine. Apr 13, 2015
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Derek G: Im not very heat tolerant and I regularly ride in Missouri summers. 80-95 deg and 70-100% humidity. As long as you have the ventilation system open and you're moving, you'll be fine. Apr 13, 2015
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Derek G: Im not very heat tolerant and I regularly ride in Missouri summers. 80-95 deg and 70-100% humidity. As long as you have the ventilation system open and you're moving, you'll be fine. Apr 13, 2015
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Derek G: Im not very heat tolerant and I regularly ride in Missouri summers. 80-95 deg and 70-100% humidity. Apr 13, 2015
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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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Rob D: 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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Sourav B asked: I have the following stats:

Height: 6'
Weight: 203lbs
Chest 43
Belly 38
Inseam 34

I need a size under which I can wear regular clothes while going to work, and also at times maybe just tee/shorts (so it should be adjustable accordingly). What should be the best size for me?
Nov 5, 2014
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Antony S: Two problems with this item. The leg zips don't go high enough so forget about getting it on with your boot on.
The inner liner makes it even more complicated to wear with clothing underneath. Make it tight. Try two eve three sizes bigger than what you'd normally wear. You can have it altered smaller not bigger.
Nov 5, 2014
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Sourav B: Thanks for the response. One of the reviews says that its a problem wearing boots over the suit. Is it? Nov 5, 2014
Antony S: I've never tried in the boots. Don't think that would work or be comfortable. Nov 5, 2014
Virginia K: It's very much a racing suit not a touring suit so the fit is a bit tighter. Go for the largest size, especially due to your height and wanting to wear normal clothes going to work. Nov 5, 2014
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James F: I got the extra large regular and I am almost your same size as you, just a tad shorter and and ten or so pounds lighter. It fits perfect most all the way around, there's still room for clothes. I haven't used the liner much but I'm positive there is still room clothes with the liner. The legs are just a bit to long but not so long that it's a problem, depending on how you like your fit you could go with the extra large short. Nov 10, 2014
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Stephen C: This suit is tighter than most. It doesn't give you much room to work with in terms of putting on jacket underneath, I usually layer it with thin down jacket for insulation. like an LL bean acent jacket. one of those really packable down jackets. It's pretty snug even without additional clothes underneath. Nov 5, 2014
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Barry B: XL should work well for you. 2X may be a little loose but may work as well if you cinch down the adjusters. I'm 5'11", 170lb, 40" chest, 33" belly, and I wear medium with full clothing underneath. Nov 6, 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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Andrew T asked: Can the suit be taken off while keeping your shoes/boots on? Mar 26, 2015
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Barrick M: Hi Andrew:

Yes it can be put on and off while wearing riding boots.
It isn't quite as easy as when you take them off, but it is very do-able.
I often find myself getting in and out of it with my boots on.
Mar 26, 2015
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Larry F: Yes. When the front and legs are all the way open I can pretty much walk right out after I pull my arms and shoulders free. Mar 26, 2015
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Roland S. I: I leave boots on most of the time. Apr 7, 2015
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A shopper asked: Say you stop for a bite to eat at a dinner- do you bother to take off the whole suit or do you just tie the sleeves around your waste? Oct 13, 2014
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Tim B: I typically keep my suit on, if I'm toasty I'll take the top half off and tie it around my sleeves or rest it on the chair. Nice suit. Oct 19, 2014
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Jonathan F: With the back protector, it's a little hard to roll and tie around your waste...
You have to take it off.
Oct 19, 2014
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Larry F: I just tie the sleeves around my waste. Oct 19, 2014
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Hans C asked: I'm wondering about fit. Here are my stats:
Height: 5'8"
Weight 135 lbs
Waist: 28-29
Inseam: 29

I'm thinking about getting the Medium Short based on RevZilla's Joe Rocket sizing chart, but the sizing chart on the Joe Rocket website seems to have different chest sizing. Which size should I get?
Dec 8, 2014
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Paul M: Use the Joe Rocket sizes to measure. The legs are a little long no matter what chart you use but this is a plus considering the bent position you legs are in most of the time. Pick which ever size you fall best into based on your measurements. Also, make sure to get a "summer clothes" and "winter clothes" measurement and go with the average. The suit has a lot of adjustment room available. Dec 8, 2014
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neil b: I would highly suggest the short length I'm about the same size and the normal height dose not fit well. Dec 8, 2014
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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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Rob D: 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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Bruno 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.

Click here to see the full Joe Rocket Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/Black / SM 885826 1370-4002 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / MD 885827 1370-4003 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / LG 885828 1370-4004 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / XL 885829 1370-4005 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / 2XL 885830 1370-4006 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / MD (Short) 885831 1370-4013 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / LG (Short) 885832 1370-4014 Out of Stock
Black/Black / XL (Short) 885833 1370-4015 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black / 2XL (Short) 885834 1370-4016 Out of Stock
Black/Hi-Viz-Neon / SM 885835 1370-4602 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Hi-Viz-Neon / MD 885836 1370-4603 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Hi-Viz-Neon / LG 885837 1370-4604 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Hi-Viz-Neon / XL 885838 1370-4605 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Hi-Viz-Neon / 2XL 885839 1370-4606 Out of Stock