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Olympia Avenger One Piece Mesh Suit Black/Neon Yellow / XL [Blemished]
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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
4.4 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4.2 / 5
Comfort
4.4 / 5
Style
4.3 / 5
Air Flow
4.6 / 5
Fit
Small
 
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4.4 / 5.0
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Decent mesh suit with some protection issues
Overall Impressions (TLDR)
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Overall the suit is solidly decent for the price point. It fits true to size, has lots of adjustability, flows a ton of air, and seems to have decent protection built in, for a mesh suit. I have several quibbles, but I am a particularly picky person, so they may not really be issues for most people.

Background -- Why did I buy this?
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With the hot weather arriving this year, I really needed a lightweight, breathable textile oversuit for commuting (I prefer one-piece suits, as they're more convenient than separates). During the winter I use an old Aerostich Roadcrafter, which is great when it's 30-60F outside, but it tends to become a steamy oven once the thermometer hits 80.

Since the summers here are hot and humid (around 80-95F) but not particularly rainy I decided to go with a mesh oversuit -- I figure I can always throw a cheap rainsuit over it if I really need to.

Quick Note on Suit Construction
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This suit has an inner mesh liner, in addition to the actual nylon mesh on the outside. I'm not really sure why they decided to do this, as the inner liner actually makes the suit hotter than it needs to be, and is generally kind of unwieldy. The only reason I can see for doing this is that it allows Olympia to cheaply sew pockets for the armor onto the inner liner (they're all only affixed on one edge). If the armor weren't attached to the inner liner I'd just tear it out and wear only the outer shell, but for now that's not an option.

Fit
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For reference, I'm 5'8", with a 30" waist and 30" inseam (or 32", if you measure all the way to the bottom of the foot, rather than the ankle). I ordered a small, and the suit fits perfectly, which is to say it's too long when you're standing, but is just right when you're on the bike. I have the waist adjuster cranked down most of the way, but it does actually snug down enough to be a good fit. I have good range of motion with my arms and legs while wearing the suit.

Protection
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On the whole the suit seems decently protective, with adequate nylon layers in impact areas. The nylon does feel a tad thin to me, so I wouldn't mind a slightly beefier outer shell.

The armor, however, could use significant improvement. The included knee, elbow, shoulder, and back pads are heavy styrafoam, and might work well enough, if only they'd stay in the right places. The key issue with the armor fitment is that all of the armor is held in little pockets, each of which is attached to the inner mesh lining of the suit at precisely one point, and several of the pockets are poorly situated (for me, at least), leading to the armor ending up in weird places.

The elbow armor is rubbish -- it fits extremely over the arm, with the bulk of the armor over the forearm and almost none of it on the actual elbow. I had to swap in some elbow pads from another jacket to make the elbows work.\

Likewise, the leg armor just isn't in the right place. There are velcro adjusters in the leg armor pocket to adjust the height of the knee pads, but the real issue is that the knee pads always rotate significantly inwards after a few minutes on the bike. After a few minutes on the bike, the leg armor ends up on the inside of my legs, with basically no coverage of the front or left side of my knees. I'll likely have to stitch the knee armor pockets down in the right place in order to get any actual protection from the knee armor.

Style
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It's a textile oversuit. If you care about style you're looking in the wrong place.

That said, the Hi-Viz/Black combo looks great (for a one-piece suit, anyway).

Airflow
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Since the suit has mesh paneling all over the front of the torso there's tons of airflow. I've worn this suit in temperatures ranging from 65-95F so far, and it's kept me as cool as can be expected at the higher temperatures. Between 80-90F, the airflow is good enough to keep you from sweating while in motion, but of course once you stop things get a lot hotter. Above 90F you're going to sweat no matter what you're wearing, and above 95F you should probably be wearing a cooling vest and something with *less* airflow, to keep from overheating yourself (paradoxical, but true). I do wish that there was no inner mesh lining, as it makes the suit a bit more hot and uncomfortable when stopped than it really ought to be, for something with this much mesh.

General Usability
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Getting in and out of the suit is decently easy, as both legs zip open from the cuff all the way to nearly the stomach. I'm not a fan of the velcro on the leg cuffs -- I know it's there so the length can be easily altered, but it always grabs on to everything in weird ways when the suit is rolled up, and makes it a bit more difficult to get into and out of than I'd like. I really am not a fan of the way the pockets are implemented. On the roadcrafter you can zip open the hips and reach directly in to your pants pockets underneath, whereas on this suit the pockets are made of the same soft mesh material as the inner liner, and affixed in the same way as the armor pockets. The suit pockets aren't particularly useful for storing things, so I'd rather just be able to get to my actual pockets.

Final thoughts
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This suit is solidly OK. It's a long way from great, but it's good enough for my purposes, for now. There's not really anything better for the money in this segment on the market right now, but I don't quite feel like this suit justifies its price tag. I've heard good things about Motoport mesh suits, but they're frightfully expensive, so if you don't have a pile of money to burn, this is probably your best bet for a one-piece textile summer oversuit (for now).

If you're still reading this, you may also be browsing Revzilla on a Monday morning at work...
June 13, 2016
Purchased
6 months ago
Ride:
2001 Kawasaki Ninja 250R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
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
Ride:
2011 Suzuki GSX1250FA
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
1 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Knee armor does not stay over knee - turns inward.
I would really like this one-piece suit except, as several other reviewers have noted (and I should have listened to), the design of the legs cause the knee armor to turn so far toward the inside of the leg that the knee would not be protected in the event of an accident. Also, the armor is not very good - I replaced the knee, back & hip armor (the hip armor is a joke - the thinnest, least dense foam I've ever seen - it had to have been put in there as a joke)
September 8, 2014
Ride:
2005 Suzuki DR650SE
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Sweet mystery of life, now that I've found yooooooooo!
This suit is the cat's pajamas*. I can't believe I wasted so many years with 2 piece setups. The mesh lets air in like crazy, BUT you can just slip on an outer layer and BOOM: cold weather SOLVED. Same for rain.

Really, if you're even thinking about 1-piece, do it. If you're thinking about textile 1-piece, do it. If you're like me and overheat readily, thinking mesh textile 1-piece, THIS IS THE SUIT. Stop screwing around, buy the Olympia Avenger. Sell your other gear on eBay (look for my 2 jackets, pants, and chaps coming soon.)

Sizing: Anthony's video is BANG on, at 6' 190lbs 34"w 33"inseam 38" chest, I would use a medium. However (sorry Anthony) I ordered and love my large because I can wear street clothes under it. Note: the main killer in 1-piece suit sizing is the collar-to-crotch fit and the only way to judge is to try them on. Yes, you can tolerate "too tight standing, ok sitting" but I wouldn't recommend it. So don't guess, test.

PS: researched this suit all summer, never found a better price including eBay.
*No cats have been harmed in the making of these suits or this review.
September 5, 2014
Ride:
2008 Suzuki S40 Boulevard
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Great Suit Helps Me Wear Pants
I bought this suit to avoid the temptation of wearing a jacket with no pants. Coming from BMW gear, I was a little leery of the quality at first, but after upgrading the armor, I am more than satisfied.

Right out of the gate the fit was perfect. I'm about 6 feet tall and 200 lbs (without gear) and the XL is just right. I'm a bit leggy with a short torso for my height and I wouldn't want it to be any shorter in the torso or any smaller in the mid-section. The pant length is just right. It has velcro adjustment straps in the arms and at the waist that help the fit.

The stock armor isn't particularly comfortable and feels like glorified styrofoam. I upgraded the back, shoulder and elbow armor with SAS-TEC CE level 2 and love it (I believe it's sold under the Scorpion brand here--I got it cheaper on another site). I had to trim the wings off the back armor and I added adhesive felt ridges to the inside of the back armor to increase airflow--it's great for wearing a backpack. The knee armor pockets have velcro in various places to take different armor sizes at different heights. However, the SAS-TEC pads were right in between settings. Plus, both the original and SAS-TEC knee pads tended to slip inward too much and I was afraid they might not be placed correctly over the knee in a crash. So, I order much longer Forcefield knee pads with deeper cups and they are just right. My advice on upgrading armor is to measure the pockets and original armor to know what fits. A Revzilla rep told me to just go with KLIM D30 EVO Pro XT stuff, but not all of that fits. Glad I didn't order blindly.

I bought Klim D30 T5 EVO Pro XT hip pads, but they are quite a bit too small for the hip pouches. I'm still figuring out what to do there.

Overall, the materials in this suit are great--it has a lot of airflow which I need because I run hot. I wear slacks and a button-down shirt to work and they come out wrinkle and sweat free. The suit is comfortable and easy enough to put on and take off that I'm no longer tempted to go jacket only. I've washed it once on gentle in the washer and hung it dry and it came out perfect. I didn't take a star off for having to upgrade the armor because the shell by itself is worth the low price IMO. Great suit overall.
March 15, 2016
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Loving this suit
I moved from jacket and pants armor to one-piece suits this season. I grabbed an Olympia Phantom on closeout locally and loved everything EXCEPT wearing it on 85+ degree days. To fix that, I bought an Olympia Avenger to be my summer armor and will use the Phantom for cold weather and rain. I can't imagine ever going back to two-piece armor now.

About the fit. Olympia has no sizing guide for it's one-piece armor. I watched the Revzilla review of the Avenger and the model they used happened to be similar-ish in size to me so I thought I'd have the size just right when I ordered a Large. WRONG. So, to help you guys (and gals that may be considering it: I am 6 feet tall with a 36 inch inseam, a 46 inch chest and weigh 225. Call me average to slightly pudgy. I've settled into a XL after trying and returning a Large. The suit is very slightly snug in the butt and stomach when sitting. Hopefully that will help someone else to find the right size for them.

I know that for the price, I shouldn't expect the moon, but I do find myself a little disappointed with the included elbow, knee, hip and spine armor. It is CE rated, but not CE2 rated. All armor seems to be soft foam only with no hard outer shell. In all honestly, I'll probably start looking to upgrade the armor. The hip armor is the most worrisome to me as it is just a piece of very soft foam.

My only other note is that the "pants" pockets openings are a little small, specially for gloves hands, but not unusable. Personally, I'd rather have seen thigh-front pockets like on the Phantom instead.

I bought my suit in black and hi-viz and like it a lot. My only annoyance is now I find myself eyeballing gloves and helmets to match the black/hi-viz theme since my current blue/grey gloves and helmet don't.
July 24, 2013
Ride:
1998 Honda ST1100 ABS
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Just buy it.
Riding in this suit is perfect for me. I commute daily on my VStrom and jumping in and out of this is so fast and easy and then boom! you are ATGATT. Just add boots, helmet, and gloves. Want to wear jeans? No problem. t shirt ride? Absolutely! Get to my destination, put it all in my GIVI traffic top case, lock up the bike, and enjoy walking around in street clothes.

Fit: I'm shorter than average (5'10") but have a longer torso so the medium is big enough that I can wear a business suit underneath. I'm not slim but I'm not sporting a beer gut either. Any bigger than me and I recommend the large.

Comfort: you are a power ranger wearing this thing and if you are not moving above 20 to 25 mph you will get warm in the california sun. But if you are moving, you have an airflow similar to a/c.

protection: it seems ok as I haven't crash tested it (hopefully never will) but the hip pads are a joke and the armor can all be upgraded if thats your cup -o- tea. the armor seems adequate for what I do.

In short if you are looking at warm weather onsie get this one.
July 22, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2006 Suzuki DL1000 V-Strom
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Great Suit for California sun
I have been wearing this suit literally 5-6 days a week for the last 2 years. I am a year round rider and commuter and I was looking for a suit that I could wear over my office clothes. I wanted something to keep me cool in the hot summers and be comfortable in the not very cold winters of northern California. This suit has really done the job.

I ordered the suit a size large so I could wear it over office clothes to keep them clean and me safe on my ride to work every day. This made it fit just right for every day stuff and it is only a little loose when im wearing shorts and a T-shirt under it on the weekends. In the California winter (laugh) I wear a sweater or pullover over my dress shirt and I am plenty warm. It does rain occasionally in California and for that i just bought a rain suit that would fit over this. Its a little extra hassle but since I only use it maybe 20-30 days a year I dont mind the extra work. The point was to get something I could wear everyday comfortably and since most of the year here is warm and dry a mesh suit is just what I needed.

I have been lucky to not need the protection but if I did I feel like it would hold up well. The material is heavy duty and the armor is adequate. I really like the high-viz look as the people in cars out here cant be expected to see the cliff they are about to drive off much less a motorcycle. The knee armor tends to rotate to the inside of my leg and I worry that it would not be in the right place during a crash but there doesn't seem to be much I could do about it without cutting out and re-sewing the pockets. The elbow, shoulder, and back pads/armor are just right.

After all the miles I have put on this suit there have only been a few failures. The zipper pulls have broken on one of the pockets and on main chest zip. The pocket couldn't be fixed but the chest zip just needed a key ring added to it as a new pull. The mesh pockets have ripped in a few places, probably from reaching into them while wearing gloves. A bit of a hassle but not deal breaker. Some of the stitching on the chest has also separated but I have been wearing it a LOT over the last two years and not really treating it all that well. Overall I would say it has good durability.

All in all it has been a great investment and I would recommend it to anyone who rides in one of the warm all year states or just wants something for the summer.
April 15, 2016
Ride:
2011 Yamaha FZ8
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
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
Purchased
1 year ago
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Versatile, great value, performs well.
I have had this suit for about a month and I've had the chance to wear it in varying summer conditions, but mostly sweltering heat and humidity. The air flow is pretty amazing and the comfort while moving is outstanding. I have gone with wearing just a light base layer underneath and then unzipping the main zipper when stopped for any extended time. I am 6'0", 190 and I purchased a large and it is plenty big. I should be able to wear heavier clothes as the weather cools up until the time I switch over to my cold weather gear. The only complaint that I have is that the knee pads have a tendency to shift around, but it's not terribly annoying to the point that I have attempted to adjust them or anything. I feel really good about the protection I believe this suit provides and I feel much more secure than what I have previously worn during the summer, which was jeans. I purchased the high visibility version and it REALLY stands out. I have received many positive comments about the look and had one driver at a gas station mention how far away he could see me as I approached. While I am sure that you can spend more money on a mesh suit, I am highly satisfied and would easily recommend this suit to anyone on the fence about their purchase decision. Last comment, the one piece suit is so much more convenient than separate suit and pants, though it doesn't fold or roll up very small and you might be challenged to stuff it into a side case or top case.
July 6, 2015
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Why did you choose this?
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I have other Olympia gear and found them to be exceptional. I needed a full one piece suit so I went back to Olympia as their gear fits me well.
Zboatman on Dec 1, 2016
Want to try one!
Charles S on Nov 24, 2016
I have other Olympia gear and found them to be exceptional. I needed a full one piece suit so I went back to Olympia as their gear fits me well.
Zboatman on Dec 1, 2016
Protection is my first choice then you can beat a good quality suit for the price of the pants. In addition, I hope this will save me time from put on and off compare to a separate pants and jacket
Quan T on Nov 28, 2016
Want to try one!
Charles S on Nov 24, 2016
I recently purchased the Olympia Odyssey one piece suit in XL. I am very pleased with the Odyssey and after careful consideration regarding seasonal wear and rider protection, plus the Avenger closeout price, it seemed prudent to purchase the Avenger for the upcoming summer season.
Russell M on Nov 20, 2016
good reviews and video
wayne s on Nov 18, 2016
I've been looking for a one-piece for a while and this one was a good closeout price with good features.
Ben E on Nov 10, 2016
Great price and I needed something that would provide protection while still being comfortable during the summer months in the south.
William S on Nov 10, 2016
I wish I hadn't. A one piece suit isn't as practical as good riding jeans and a good jacket.
Ian A on Oct 7, 2016
Needed something to commute in. turns out, this is a great suit for weekends too. I wear shorts and a tee shirt under it, feel cool and protected at the same time. i'm 5'8", 30" inseam and the medium fit perfect.
Christopher D on Sep 8, 2016
As a new rider, I feel,it would be irresponsible to ride without this gear on extended trips.
Brian E on Sep 4, 2016
Love the hi viz, not to much, just enough.
rspec on Aug 10, 2016
Tried the Odyssey one-piece. While it did flow air well through the suit, I was still sweaty during a 78+ degree day -- not acceptable when wearing a dress shirt and pants to work everyday. 5'10" 170 lbs and the Large had a lot of room in the chest; felt baggy-ish overall. I'm also not a body-builder, so the arm adjusters were way too big for my scrawny muscles. Hoping this in a Medium will be perfect for me (additionally, this + rain suit is probably best option overall, and similar price).
Jonathan P on Aug 2, 2016
Very positive user reviews. Seems to fit my interest by being well ventilated and easy to use. I also spent quite a bit of time browsing the Olympia web site and reviewing their other suits.
Bart R on Jun 2, 2016
Put over work clothes for commute in warmer weather.
Charlie S on May 26, 2016
This was chosen due to needing full coverage for commuting, being able to wear office clothes underneath and not be hot for a SoCal spring, summer, and fall.
Michael R on May 6, 2016
I wear a suit for work almost everyday. It fits over my suit and is very comfortable and highly visible.
John B on Apr 24, 2016
Commute to work
L X on Apr 13, 2016
Revzilla reviews
Christopher M on Apr 2, 2016
riding style and weather
Dave R on Mar 5, 2016
protection for my commuting
Luis M on Jan 26, 2016
Overall great value for one pice
Christopher S on Jan 9, 2016
for commute, is easy to put in and out, only work for summer
Humberto K on Nov 30, 2015
Was hoping for a onesie that was cool enough to ride in summer. Great quality but too warm for 90 degree riding. Item retuned as I already have gear that covers warm (but not hot) weather riding. I purchased the bright yellow Revit Tornado Jacket and feel it is the best compromise between air flow and protection. Wear dragging jeans with it.
Steven P on Oct 4, 2015
Great suit. Its extremely easy on and off. Enough circulation for the summer. and reasonable protection I think.
Raymond C on Sep 14, 2015
Needed a summer suit with good protection. This one seemed to meet my needs.
Chris C on Aug 15, 2015
Need hot weather (100 degrees plus) protective gear.
Athilia B on Aug 10, 2015
Spring and fall commuting.
dernemax on Jul 14, 2015
Easy to wear over work clothes for the daily grind.
Lolnic on Jul 2, 2015
Hot to chilly weather to and from work for quick in and out protective gear with business clothes underneath.
Chris D on Apr 18, 2015
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.
guy f on Mar 11, 2015
Needed a summertime suit that provided protection and was well ventilated.
Ed B on Jan 1, 2015
Revzilla videos are helpful. Needed summer riding suit.
charles s on Dec 30, 2014
Very good reviews needed something for hot weather
Olaf M on Sep 5, 2014
Level of protection and armor available in a one piece suit combined with warm weather ridability
Steve S on Aug 18, 2014
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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Anthony M on Aug 15, 2014
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.
Bryan M on Aug 4, 2014
Quick in-and-out, mesh to minimize overheating, and cuz Rhonda said so!
Ben M on May 14, 2014
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.
Derek P on May 13, 2014
Ended up not going with this suit. It was constructed great, but if you're very skinny it's just too much room.
Joseph P on May 2, 2014
Online video and good review elsewhere
Doug A on Apr 24, 2014
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.
Randy P on Apr 5, 2014
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.
Robert C on Apr 4, 2014
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.
NJKneedragger on Apr 1, 2014
Looks like a good commuter suit. Now we just need all this snow to go the hell away...
John R on Feb 26, 2014
color, safety, easy shipping internationaly. best price for warm clothing.
you should product for woman size.
thankl you
UMIT YASAR S on Jan 25, 2014
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.
A N on Nov 25, 2013
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.
Brian J on Sep 2, 2013
Need a mesh suit for the long rides!
Philip M on Aug 27, 2013
Protection is my first choice then you can beat a good quality suit for the price of the pants. In addition, I hope this will save me time from put on and off compare to a separate pants and jacket
Quan T on Nov 28, 2016
I recently purchased the Olympia Odyssey one piece suit in XL. I am very pleased with the Odyssey and after careful consideration regarding seasonal wear and rider protection, plus the Avenger closeout price, it seemed prudent to purchase the Avenger for the upcoming summer season.
Russell M on Nov 20, 2016
Hi, i am 168cm tall, 42" inch chest. 26" inseam, what size should i be getting?
Eric Y on Feb 12, 2016
On the Olympia Avenger suit, do both legs have zippers from knee to bottom, or just one leg and the other side from neck to waist?
Dan W on May 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Both legs have zippers that run from the hips all the way down, in addition to front entry zipper runs form neck to knee. Not as quick to get on as a Roadcrafter suit, but still easier than separate pants and jacket. The suit gives great bank for buck. My only gripe is that the knee armor falls into a useless position for me, and no hip armor--only a hip pad. Outside of that, the rest of the suit works as advertised. I've worn it in 109 degree Vegas heat using a water infused cooling vest underneath on my Z-1000. At those temperatures it was semi-tolerable, but the wind blast on my arms and legs was still like riding through a large hair dryer. Not the suit's fault, just a fact of riding around in those kinds of temps.
which suit would be better for 100 degree riding?
rspec on Jul 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: My wife and myself ride in 100 degree weather and the Olympia Avenger One Piece Mesh Suit is better than any thing we wore before. Its not a magical suit that will act as a conditioner, but it's much better than any other suit for air flow. We usually just wear a T-shirt and shorts and its a definite advantage while riding in hot weather and the grey is much cooler than anything all black.
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.
A shopper on Nov 15, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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!
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
A shopper on Jun 9, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.
I have the Olympia Odyssey in Medium and it fits me fairly well. Is the Avenger of a comparable size and cut?
Ishirojira on Nov 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Ishiro,

While I don't have the Odyssey, from what I understand my Avenger is cut very similarly. I can tend to be a little snug around the middle, but this can be good incentive not to be a fat bastard. There is nothing not to love about this one-piece. Easy on/off, and the hi-viz can be seen from a mile away.

Enjoy,

JR
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?
A shopper on Apr 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No, it does not. You'll likely melt the suit leg.