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Olympia Avenger 1 Piece Mesh Tech Suit

The Olympia Avenger One Piece Mesh Tech suit offers a level of protection and convenience unlike anything on the market today. Sized to fit comfortably over street clothes, it makes an excellent commuter suit and also excels when touring long distances through moderate to extremely warm climates. Layer up a bit and the Avenger is ready for slightly cooler rides. Constructed in rugged Cordura® fabric with ballistic nylon mesh panels, this suit combines maximum airflow with superior abrasion resistance. Standing boot on entry is a breeze due to a heavy duty zipper that runs from the torso to the knee and side leg zippers that extend from the waistband to the bottom hem.

Features:

  • Outer shell constructed in 500 denier Cordura® fabric with ballistic airflow mesh panels
  • EZ entry and exit
  • Heavy duty torso to knee and full length side leg zippers
  • Removable CE approved Motion Flex armor at elbows and shoulders
  • Removable CE approved Motion Flex articulated back protector
  • Removable and adjustable height CE Motion Flex armor at knees
  • Removable EVA compression foam at hips 
  • Cool mesh airflow lining
  • Custom Fit detailing at collar, cuffs, elbows, waist and bottom hem
  • Custom Fit, EZ Hem boot cut bottom
  • Comfort neoprene framed collar
  • 3M Scotchlite® reflective piping at front, sides and back
  • Three storage pockets plus interior cell phone pocket
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Olympia Avenger One Piece Mesh Suit 4.4 5 32 32
Overall a great suit I bought this suit to use for everything from commuting to weekend rides through the mountains. So far it has performed great for everything. It is a very comfortabke suit for the most part, but if i had one complaint it would be that the torso isnt long enough. Im 6'1" and about 220 and bought an 2XL thinking it would be a little big, but actually its just about perfect except for the torso length wich is a bit short when I get all the way hunched down on my CBR600RR (yes I know these suits are more for commuter style riding but i wasnt going to wear those gay tight leathers that cost upwards of $1000). So overall, buy it. I'm glad I did, just keep the torso length in mind when sizing up for it. June 23, 2015
Great suit at a decent price. I live in Australia and had to hope for the best that it'd fit. I'm glad I didn't order a large! I'm about 95 Kg's and 6 foot 4 and I ordered the XL - it fits but maybe just borderline too small. I got the high vis model and I definitely feel like people can see me on the roads! Quality is high as the material seems to be quite up to standard and quite breathable. I've worn this around the house with nothing but my undies and it's actually super comfortable. Might a good choice for the casual flasher with the zip that zips from top to just below the crotch. Getting in and out of the suit is a breeze and takes the 10 seconds people are quoting here. My feet are too big to fit with shoes on though and suit restricts my movement and makes it slower to tie up my boots. Still it's probably quicker to get on and off than a pair of riding pants and jacket separately and you can wear whatever you want underneath. Armor seems to be pretty good quality. Hip armor is foam and probably worthless. Knee armor as many others have said tries to move inwards and im dubious how it'd far in a crash. Some straps like the bicep straps on the arms would do wonders to help hold the knee armor where you want it. Lastly the legs ride up a lot at the bottom exposing the lower parts of my legs - at the same time it rides up into my crotch. It never quite hurts me nads - but it's a little uncomfortable. I hope in time this will get to be a little less of a problem. Overall i'm happy - but for riding that isn't communiting i'll be picking up some gear thats a little more stylish and perhaps has better thought out protection for more spirited riding. The suits perfect for getting too and from work though and anywhere where you can park the bike and store the suit before going to where you need to go wearing whatever you want underneath (even a tux!) May 27, 2015
I just ordered one of these So far I really like it.. I have a 1 piece suit for cooler weather and find myself in the hoot weather... only using my mesh jacket.. not my mesh pants.. just extra bother.. I wanted this 1 piece mesh because I commute and find that I use a 1 piece.. so far this suit is great.. last weekend I was riding in a very bike heavy environment.. crawling through traffic.. a guy walked in front of my bike as he walked from one bar to the next and said you have to be super hot in that suit.. No, I said.. it's mesh.. no issues.. it was humid and about 85.. I was sure I needed the 4XL (out of stock#.. I weigh about 255 and am 6 Ft tall .. The 3XL fits me well and works fine.. The zippers #so far) seem to bee high quality as does everything else with this gear.. I love it. With my REvZilla bucks, I was pleased with the pricing as well.. May 17, 2015
Avenger Suit The product was true to size and was very comfortable. This is my second Olympia suit and would recommend this to anyone looking. May 11, 2015
Now you see me! I am 5'10 and between 175-180 lbs. I got a large. I have had it for few weeks so far and put about 1K commuter miles on the suit, mostly cool mornings and moderate to warm afternoons. A couple of cooler night-time joyrides as well. Fit: The suit is long but once on the bike it fits perfectly and goes over my boots without flapping around or interfering with foot controls. When walking in the suit, I can adjust the Velcro at the bottom so I don't walk on the bottom of the pants. Once the suit is on and you are riding, it is really comfortable. Convenience: This suit is easy to put on and take off. Much faster and more efficient than putting on a two piece riding gear set. Takes less than 30 seconds from 'on-the-hanger' to 'on the rider' and vice versa. I put on my boots after getting into the suit. Air flow: Big air. This thing is perfect for anything between 55 degrees and 80+ depending on what you wear underneath and your tolerances. Armor: As others have said, the knee armor tends to move inward. At first, it was so frustrating that I considered selling the suit. Finally, I was able to make it work by just standing on the foot-pegs, adjusting the knees and sitting back down. That sounds simple, but it really solves it. For what it's worth, the knee-pads and the suit have broken in over time and especially once I re-adjusted the pads to the correct height setting for riding, I don't have this problem any more and I no longer have to mess with them to get them to sit right. The hip armor is a joke but easily replaced with something more substantial. Visibility: See pictures. It's bright! Real-World practicality: I would recommend this for anyone who commutes. To me, this would be the perfect application for this type of gear. Another good use for this suit is if you are just going for a joyride and not planning to get off the bike until you get back home. Obviously, this is also perfect for long distance riding or road trips. For going out on your bike casually or for spending the day out and about, you don't really want to be wearing a neon full body suit off the bike in a restaurant or in the movies. You'll have a hard time cramming this into a saddlebag so you need to have a place to keep it when you're off the bike. May 1, 2015
Good product A little bit long for me but nothing that cannot be solved by adjusting the lower velcro. The only reason I don't give this product 5 stars is the protection. The hip pads are worthless. The others are OK but, personally, I wouldn't mind paying more for more robust ones. Yes, I definitely recommend this product. PS: I would love to see Olympia offer protection upgrade for this suit. April 13, 2015
Great gear If I could have created the best motorcyle suit this would be it. Sensational fit. I am 6' 80Kg and it is such a great fit with no mods required in a size medium. Airflow around top of body is fabulous. Lower areas are not as good but this is probably due to ferring rather than suit. Looks great and the added adjustments makes it feel like a custom suit. I could have spent a grand on the BMW equivalent but it would not fit as well or have the same airflow. Great gear!! March 31, 2015
Perfect fit, light weight, comfortable Best riding gear purchase ever, exactly what i need, so comfortable, easy to put on over your normal or business clothes, thanks revzilla for your help to choose this riding suit. Amazing air flow, Highly recommended!!! December 20, 2014
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Olympia Avenger One Piece Mesh Suit
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Chris D: Hot to chilly weather to and from work for quick in and out protective gear with business clothes underneath. Apr 18, 2015
guy f: Warm weather riding to work togo over business clothes. Needs to be cool and also some protection. Hopefully the MD will fit my size - 6' , 82Kg solid build. Mar 11, 2015
Ed B: Needed a summertime suit that provided protection and was well ventilated. Jan 1, 2015
charles s: Revzilla videos are helpful. Needed summer riding suit. Dec 30, 2014
Olaf M: Very good reviews needed something for hot weather Sep 5, 2014
Steve S: Level of protection and armor available in a one piece suit combined with warm weather ridability Aug 18, 2014
Anthony M: This is a great summer riding suit. Very very breathable and the zippers are super long allowing for easy on and off with riding boots or any other shoes.

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Aug 15, 2014
Bryan M: I chose this product after researching web reviews on various offerings and decided the features fit my requirements: to be able to pull on the suit over my work clothes (business casual) and commute 30 miles on San Jose area freeways. I'll further scrutinize the reality once I have an opportunity to try on the suit. Aug 4, 2014
Ben M: Quick in-and-out, mesh to minimize overheating, and cuz Rhonda said so! May 14, 2014
Derek P: I've been wanting to try a one piece for a while. I chose Revzilla because of the excellent customer reviews and level of satisfaction. I ride in Olympia gear currently (overpants) and love the flexibility and durability. May 13, 2014
Joseph P: Ended up not going with this suit. It was constructed great, but if you're very skinny it's just too much room. May 2, 2014
Doug A: Online video and good review elsewhere Apr 24, 2014
Randy P: I ride nearly year round. In South Louisiana the summers are sultry humid & hot, so my one pc textile suit is WAY to hot even without the liner. I commute 50 miles each way to work and want the protection the suit provides versus casual dress clothes & one of my warm weather jackets. This purchase pretty much makes my ATGATT wardrobe complete for the next few years at least. Apr 5, 2014
Robert C: I wanted a one piece suit to wear over my work clothes that would be comfortable in warmer weather and provide protection. I will add Olympia's rain gear for bad weather to throw on over the suit.
I own other Olympia products and have been very satisfied with the quality and performance.
Apr 4, 2014
Eric G: My new job requires I wear Corporate Casual so jeans and boots are out of the question. I hope to wear this one piece over my normal work attire and, with riding boots, have the protection I need for highway riding. If the armor is as 2nd rate as the reviews say, I'll be upgrading them right away. Apr 1, 2014
John R: Looks like a good commuter suit. Now we just need all this snow to go the hell away... Feb 26, 2014
UMIT YASAR S: color, safety, easy shipping internationaly. best price for warm clothing.
you should product for woman size.
thankl you
Jan 25, 2014
A N: I'm looking for an all weather one piece commuter and am hoping this will fit the bill. Nothing too expensive 'cause I'm not racing just puttering to and from work daily. Nov 25, 2013
Brian J: MUST HAVE riding gear for the southeast. Looks like a jet fighter flight suite and keeps you comfortable in the heat and sun. I'm getting my wife one just so she can pillion in safety and comfort too. I ride a cruiser and sport bikes and both crowds really like the look. However, I'm no fashion rider. Should I go down on the street i know that i'll have protection...just like I have when I get my fix at the race track. Sep 2, 2013
Philip M: Need a mesh suit for the long rides! Aug 27, 2013
A shopper asked: I do not have a lot of money for lots of different gear for different seasons and I think a one piece makes sense for easy on and off while commuting to work. I would like to know if getting this mesh suit along with Olympia Horizon rain gear would be a good choice for 4 season riding or at least late into fall or early winter? I realize I might have to layer up a little in winter. Also would this combo be too bulky? Thanks. Nov 15, 2014
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Richard M: I really like how easy it is to get in and out of the Avenger suit which is very lightweight. The combination of a rain suit over it and and suitable thermal layer under it would probably work into the late fall and perhaps early winter if weather is not too extreme. The Avenger is basically an an anti-abrasive mesh shell which holds armor. It's an athletic cut so buy 1 size larger than you normally would to accommodate layers. Layer up to be warm and cover the mesh so wind and water don't blow through and you are good to go, plus you have the flexibility to delayer as conditions change. Here in New England it can be very cold fall mornings, but get to be in the forties or fifties by midday. Good luck! Nov 15, 2014
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John R: I bought this suit for spring/summer commuting and I couldn't be happier. The sizes run a little on the snug side, so if you are planning on layering up, I'd suggest going big. While I'm not familiar with paring this to the Horizon rain suit, I can tell you I'm very pleased with the Avenger, which I have in Hi-Viz Green. Easy on and off. Good for commuting in work clothes. Nov 15, 2014
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Philip M: For 4 season, I recommend the Phantom suit because the Avenger is a bit snug for layers when fit properly to be worn alone. With the Phantom, you won't need rain gear and there is plenty of venting for most warm weather (I've worn it in 114F, and that was a bit too hot). Nov 15, 2014
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Vincenzo M: It's a great suit. I use it all year around but I live in L.A. in cold weather I put my down jacket and if I go up in the mountain (8.000 feet) I also put my raining gear on. In summer time is fantastic. Just yesterday I recommend my best friend to buy it Nov 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: It seems folks who buy this prefer to upgrade the armor. My question is, which armor exactly do you upgrade to, and how do you know it will fit?
Thx
Dave
Jun 9, 2014
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Richard M: I haven't done this upgrade yet but I've looked at what folks have written. Basically people want to replace the ce1 then armor with something like Knox ce2 armor or d30 armor. Sizing can be a bit ricky because some people say the armor pockets in the suit are large. I suspect this is less of and issue with the back protector but might be with shoulder elbow and knee pads. The adjustment straps on the arms might help with that. I see that the folks at Revziila have Icon D30 armor and they also have a Knox ce2 back protectors as well as Forcefield armor. because of Revzilla's generous return policy I think you would do well to to look at their video on protection http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle-protective-gear and consider one of these options. I have other gear with d30 armor and notice that it feels light and unobtrusive , but offesr stood protection. I have't had a bad get off on a bike, but I've had winter falls wearing d30, and I've gotten up without a bruise. The stuff rally dissipates impacts.
I hope this is helpful.
Jun 10, 2014
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Vincenzo M: I changed the knees and elbows armor and I used the one from my winter or summer gears from revit. I use this suit for my daily commute in L.A. so I'll use it whole year around. I tried and I noticed that they fit tight especially the knees one.
It is a super comfortable and convenient suit. You're in in 10 second and you are out in 5 second and it perfectly fold inside my givi 46L trunk. I feel naked and vulnerable if I don't use it in my commute and with such bad traffic I feel way safer with this suit.
The only bad note is that, it is kind of ugly design (better looking than the old one though) but ...who cares!!!
Jun 10, 2014
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Olaf M: I agree with Ed I use this suit when it s hot (live in CA 90+). However I d like to get some input from others that replaced the back armor (what type exactly ?) that fits well. I just feel much better than riding in a long sleeve T-Shirt. Sep 12, 2014
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Ed B: I purchased the suit and find no reason to upgrade the armor. The elbows, shoulders, back, hips, and knees are protected in similar locations as my high-end Klim gear. Remember, this suit is designed for warmer weather. Jun 11, 2014
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A shopper asked: The Tourmaster had heat resistant material on the back of the legs. I ride HD Nightrod special with V&H short shots and the header pipe comes out pretty far. I have burns in all of my jeans. Does this suit have heat resistant material on the back of the legs. If not, which suit does? Apr 16, 2015
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Charles Q: No, it does not. You'll likely melt the suit leg. Apr 16, 2015
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