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Olympia Horizon Rain Jacket

Unlike standard straight cut or bat wing shaped rain jackets, the Olympia Horizon offers a truly ergonomic fit for added comfort and reduced wind drag at speed. A stow away stretch knit rain hood with rubberized waterproof aqua barrier and neck gator plus an interior stow away jacket compartment makes this style the perfect traveling companion for any destination.

Features:

  • Unisex sizing
  • Outer shell constructed in sturdy light weight waterproof / breathable rip stop nylon
  • Back overhang detail with hidden mesh panel insert for improved breathability
  • Stretch knit hood with rubberized aqua barrier and neck gator concealed under collar
  • EZ-Pack Storage System - jacket can be stowed away in a self contained storage pocket located in the interior of the jacket
  • Double storm placket front closure
  • Adjustable VELCRO® brand closure straps at elbows and wrists
  • Slide buckles at waist plus shock cord bottom detail offer maximum adjustability
  • Two exterior waterproof pockets plus inside storage pocket
  • Micro fiber lined collar for added comfort
  • 3M Scotchlite reflective piping at front and back plus oversized reflective screen print at side arms for enhanced visibility in low light situations
  • Cool mesh airflow lining
4.7 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.6 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.5 / 5
Features
4.5 / 5
Comfort
4.6 / 5
Style
4.6 / 5
Air Flow
3.8 / 5
Fit
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Olympia Unisex Rain Gear Sizing

Size Waist (in) Height (in) Weight
Petite 24-30 53"-62" 100-130
XS-SM 28-34 63"-67" 140-160
MD-LG 32-38 68"-73" 160-190
XL-2XL 36-42 69"-74" 190-230
3XL-4XL 40-46 70"-76" 230-290

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

How To Measure

W Waist Measure around your natural waistline, around the top of the hip bones, inline with the navel while keeping the measuring tape parallel to the ground.
H Height With no shoes on, stand with your back against a wall and your feet together. Measure from the floor to the top of your head.
WT Weight What is your weight?
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/Pewter / 3XL-4XL 872046 MJ214P-3XL/4XL Out of Stock
Black/Pewter / MD-LG 872047 MJ214P-M/L Out of Stock
Black/Pewter / Petite 872048 MJ214P-P In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Neon Yellow / 3XL-4XL 872051 MJ214Z-3XL/4XL Out of Stock
Black/Neon Yellow / Petite 872053 MJ214Z-P Out of Stock
Black/Neon Yellow / XL-2XL 872054 MJ214Z-XL/2XL Out of Stock

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4.7 / 5.0
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4.6 / 5
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You Need This
I bought the Hi-Vis Horizon jacket and pants just before a trip to Deals Gap. I rode from Virginia to Tennessee, about 450 miles. Of those miles, 300 were in monsoon like conditions. The gear performed flawlessly. I reached my desination bone dry. This is good gear. The size guide was a bit off, but RevZilla customer service took my measurments, and recommended the perfect fit. I wore jeans and my leather jacket underneath, and I felt the breathability was perfect. Every dollar was well spent. There is cheaper rain gear out there, but you get what you pay for. Like I said, 300 miles of hard rain at 65-70 mph, and I was dry. No leak points at all. If you are looking for rain gear that keeps you dry, looks good, packs easily and is breathable... look no further.
November 5, 2014
Ride:
2013 Yamaha FJR1300A ABS
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
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3 / 5
Great bang for the buck
First the bridge sizes make this a large fit but with adjustability its manageable. For women beware the long sleeves. While the jacket is unisex even with the velcro around the bicep and at the cuff the sleeve length is long for a woman (and I do not have short arms). Plenty of room as I bought it to wear over another jacket not as a stand alone. Well sealed and stitched. Great storage with its own inner storage pocket. Bought it to make an October trip to Florida from the NE. Very pleased. It's a basic well made small packing no frills rain jacket. Perfect!

A shout out to Revzilla! FAST FAST FAST shipping! Pleasure to deal with!
September 22, 2015
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Ride dry...
Solid addition to one's stash of rain gear for short or long rides. I stand 5'10" @ 160 lbs and the M/L fit well; not too baggy nor snug with ample adjustment to keep the rain jacket from becoming a balloon. Thus far I have zero complaints; the jacket has seen 14 rides over a period of 6 months in varying intensities of rain. From light to sideways (yes sideways, a Derecho was to thank for that adventure). The length of the rides were at minimum 30 min to 6 hours in a consistent rainfall. The key aspects of the jacket were the adjustable neck, cuffs, waist, long tail, and the integral hoodie. I ride a Kawasaki C14 and while the riding posture is not too aggressive you are forward just enough to need the longer tail on the jacket. The jacket (as with all rain gear) can get warm on summer days but the rear venting does help keep the clammy sensation to a reasonable level. My fellow riders stated the visibility was adequate for nighttime riding; they had no issue seeing my torso outline while following at night. The cost is more than the average rain jacket, but I have been burned too much with the 50 dollar price range gear and decided to step up and by the more expensive equipment. I am not disappointed; nor do I believe you will be either. I recommend giving this product your trust in the rain.
December 7, 2013
Ride:
2012 Kawasaki ZG1400 Concours ABS
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
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3 / 5
Might as well be a Euro brand (fit), and that is a compliment.
While some of the Olympia products fall under the category of, "generous American fit," the Horizon rain jacket, as per its adjustable straps at the waist, hips, wrists, elbows, and neck provide for an "unflappable" fit.
I have a smaller frame body (5' 11" 150 lbs) and own the original Olympia Switchback jacket which I find only slightly roomier than the "race fit" Revit jacket I recently purchased--and the Horizon Rain jacket fits closer to the Revit jacket than the Switchback.
Granted, the Horizon is strictly a rain jacket, provides zero impact protection, and its breathability, while of minimal concern to me when compared to its function as a waterproof garment, will be less than jackets with a more permeable barrier. (The Horizon's mesh lining provides a modicum of comfort against clamminess.)
It is hard to fault the Horizon as a garment to keep out the rain, and for the money seems a "no-brainer" choice.
To top it off, the hood is well designed, serves it purpose when the rain is really falling, stores neatly into a zippered collar when no longer required--and like the Horizon pants, tucks away into a built-in storage pocket for easy packing.
April 20, 2016
Ride:
1983 Suzuki GS1100E
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Tall man's rain jacket
I bought the jacket as well as the matching pants with flame orange trim in 3XL/4XL. I want to be seen in bad weather, as well as stay warm and dry. I am 6'5", weigh 275, 37-38 inch sleeve, 41 inch waist, 52 inch chest and 36 inch inseam. I do have difficulty finding gear to fit. This rain jacket does the job. Most of the rain gear companies suggest that you buy the same size rain gear as the items that you intend to wear them over. When I ordered my previous rain suit from a different manufacturer, I did just that with a XXL. And, while it did the job at the same size it felt a bit tight and constraining. My BMW armored riding suit, size 58 Santiago, that fits me well. The 3XL/4XL Olympia rain suit fits over it with just a bit extra room that the side belts and sleeve chinches take up nicely. No worries if I've overstuffed my jacket pockets underneath.

The flame orange trim on the jacket and pant are in fact FLAME ORANGE, and should show up well on rainy cloudy days. I like the hood contained in the collar, and the self containing storage envelope built into the jacket tail. No storage envelope to lose.

The nylon fabric is a tight weave, and looks like it will do the job more durably than my last. My previous suit, from another manufacturer, barely made it through very rainy 4,400 mile six and one half day round trip tour from Southern California though Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas and Iowa. I did stay warm and dry, thanks to Gorilla tape to patch a split in the thigh of the pants and resewing the jacket zipper. Close examination of the construction of my new Olympia rain gear, brings me comfort in its quality. Seams are well done. I really don't like dealing with on the road failures. My first long distance ride in 1971, my rainsuit was in shreds by the third day in rain. In those days the "riding suit" under the flimsy rain gear was all Levi denim. Not so good in the wet. Yeah, I'm really that old, but I could stand the cold and wet in those days.

My only minor complaint about this jacket is that it is juuuussst long enough to cover my riding jacket. Admittedly my BMW jacket is a long one, why I bought it, but I'd be happier with another inch or so in length of the jacket and sleeves. This jacket will however, work well for any normally proportioned rider. It looks good, fit is good and nicely adjustable. I'll be on the road this spring. Stay dry my friends.
January 26, 2016
Ride:
2014 Suzuki V-Strom DL1000
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
great product
I did my alaska trip (a lot of rain) and stayed totally dry
September 22, 2015
Ride:
2014 BMW R1200GS Adventure
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
1 / 5
Rain Jacket that Gets the Job Done
I am a Connecticut rider who has now used this jacket in September / October in typical rain (not apocalyptic rain) and wind and in temperatures from 28 degrees - 65 degrees Fahrenheit. I've found the jacket's fit and performance to be as advertised. I purchase the "orange and black" version and its color and contrast is attractive (in an attention-getting orange way). I ride year round in all kinds of weather so this jacket serves as both a wind block and stay-dry layer. I buy products that are both simple and highly efficient. This jacket gets the job done. I gave it full stars despite the average "good" dimensional ratings because the jacket is a great addition to a daily rider's inventory.
October 19, 2015
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
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Works great
I bought this to go with the airglide jacket, hoping it would not only keep me fully dry but also keep me warmer by adding one more outer layer. I was very pleased to find it did the job perfectly. This past week I was up on the blue ridge parkway and the temps dropped to 32 degrees, I was the warmest i had ever been and stayed dry through rain, fog, and even a little snow. Very pleased.
October 28, 2013
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Excellent Product for the Price
Good: Have owned for almost a year now and I ride everyday so I have experienced every seasons rain in this jacket. It breaths enough to keep you cool during a 90 degree rain and when thrown over a jacket will keep you warm and dry in 20 degree rain. Have ridden in heavy rains up to an hour and a half and never had a leak.

Bad (ish): Some of the velcro is annoying and can snag against each other when walking or putting the jacket on. Not a big deal when your riding though. BE CAREFUL WITH THE OUTSIDE POCKETS!! I put my phone in the front pocket and thought it was secured properly but it wasn't and lost my phone. My fault not the jackets but be careful. Wouldn't have been an issue if it wasn't for the waist straps and the jacket being over sized but at the same time that is why it is cheaper since they don't have to manufacture as many sizes.

All in all a great jacket and would probably buy again (Unless I fall into more money and can afford one of Olympias more expensive jackets).
February 16, 2015
Ride:
2005 Honda VT750C Shadow Aero
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
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5 / 5
Overall a great rain jacket
I spent weeks looking at all kinds of rain gear to get me through the monsoon weather of Tucson, Arizona. This jacket caught my eye along with the positive reviews, and ended up being the best purchase toward my rain gear so far. The material is durable and keeps me dry, though I haven't been in a downpour yet. My only issues with it is that the zipper can be a little bit finicky and the Velcro straps on the arms and up the zipper like to cling together when you go to put it on. The hood is a bit small, but it works for riding purposes, and the neck velcro adjustment is pretty much useless but rain still doesn't get through regardless of that feature. Overall this is a great product, but at a high pricetag, I would recommend something else that could probably do the same job for you.

Also, to help anyone with the sizing, I would recommend calling customer service, because they are spot on with the sizing. I'm 5'10 and 154 pounds with a 37 inch chest and I'm able to wear a size small with plenty of room for my gear underneath. The straps around the waist and arms help snug it up if you prefer not to be ATGATT.
August 15, 2014
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Why did you choose this?
RevZilla Store
I needed a rain jacket.
Daniel T on Sep 28, 2016
Rain gear, high viz high quality
David S on Sep 14, 2016
I needed a rain jacket.
Daniel T on Sep 28, 2016
I returned it. It blew.
Jim F on Sep 20, 2016
Rain gear, high viz high quality
David S on Sep 14, 2016
Good price and great looking jacket. High visibility.
Mandi W on Jul 30, 2016
I bought this for spring and summer riding and it vents very well. Very well made.
sean s on Jul 18, 2016
Awesome jacket works well
wayne j on Jul 17, 2016
Needed good rain gear that was contact but that provided proper protection. Also easy to put on over your riding jacket.
J T on Jul 7, 2016
recommendation from reveille
JOHN S on Jul 3, 2016
I already have an Olympia jacket and thought this would fit just as nicely. I was right.
Erik A on Jun 26, 2016
Needed rain protection for long trips. Olympia has a good reputation.
Thomas W on Jun 25, 2016
Water is not going to stop me from riding.
Frank C on Jun 25, 2016
well designed, purpose built. and yet still pretty basic and simple. made to fit a wide range of sizes, I thought I was going to be a giant parachute going down the road, but with a few zips and a few flips of velcro, I look like one of them cool dudes in the magazines. Feels like it's made for me. Kinda nice!
jerry w on Jun 18, 2016
It was on sale and needed something to stow away in my saddle bags in the event mother nature wants to give me a shower.
David C on May 23, 2016
Goes with the pants
Harry Davies I on May 21, 2016
Alaska trip
Douglas M on May 19, 2016
Low price
Alexander B on May 8, 2016
quality
T K on Apr 22, 2016
I have had nothing but good experiences with Olympia riding gear. When this jacket in Hi-Viz went on sale I grabbed one. I will let other people know how well it works soon.
Kris N on Apr 12, 2016
Reviews were very good
Phillip S on Apr 11, 2016
For rain gear over my leathers. For me, the bicep area is too flappy, after 10K miles of so a hole wears.
Matthew F on Mar 29, 2016
Rainy season and easy to pack and unpack!
MotoGeek on Mar 29, 2016
Great video review and price
Michael C on Mar 28, 2016
performance & price
Codrin D on Mar 23, 2016
My other jacket wore out, price was good and it works great, rode to work one week in rain to and from, never got a drop on me
Allie W on Mar 20, 2016
Need for cross canada trip in April
STEPHEN R. C on Mar 19, 2016
I wear this over my Triumph Leather Cafe racer when I need to ride in the rain. I have the Hi-Viz version so it does double duty. It has been perfect so far even in moderate rains and I haven't gotten wet at all
AshPNW on Mar 17, 2016
Because I have the Olympia Rain Pants that go with this jacket and I like the quality and durability of them. I figure the jacket will be up to the same standards. Plus it was on clearance sale, so I got it for an even better price.
Joseph G on Mar 17, 2016
1) Moto specific features (hood, waist & arm adjusters to stop flapping, good neck design)
2) Hi-viz color- my leather jacket is black- but during thick weather I'll have hi-viz on the outside.
3) Reasonable price- similar to higher end frog toggs.
4) Reputation of Olympia.

Haven't used it yet. Season just getting started here in the U.P., so when I've actually ridden with it in rain I'll do a review.
Dave B on Mar 15, 2016
I have this rain suit and it was good for me so I ordered it for my daughter
Jerry S on Mar 15, 2016
Packable, high viz, good price.
Don B on Mar 7, 2016
Needed better Rain gear. These work great.
John S on Mar 7, 2016
Same as for rain paints
Richard H on Mar 6, 2016
Looks and reputation of olympia
Hoosiermike on Mar 5, 2016
Olympia make good goods. the jacket matches a pair of rain pants I bought to ride through a storm last fall.
Steven C on Feb 29, 2016
I choose this because i plan to go on a trip this summer for a week and i want a rain jacket next step is to buy the pants.
Steven B on Feb 28, 2016
Good jacket. Good price. The hood is a great feature. Not to thick.
brian s on Feb 25, 2016
quality
ENRIQUE M M on Feb 24, 2016
price and reviews
steven m on Feb 21, 2016
Needed a new rain jacket
Clifford D on Feb 20, 2016
Well reviewed and on sale for a good price.
Geoff A on Feb 18, 2016
Read some the reviews and liked the features offered with this gear; especially the stow pocket
Juan L. R on Feb 15, 2016
Good reviews and great price.
Michael S on Feb 14, 2016
Reviews & Price
E D on Feb 14, 2016
I read the reviews and based on those and the features this jacket had, I decided on the Olympia. Also wanted a rain jacket that had lots of reflective material and a bright color.
John R on Feb 11, 2016
To stay dry in the rain
Richard B on Feb 7, 2016
Great product ,very good price.
M A on Feb 5, 2016
Review from Law Abiding Biker "U-Tube" Ryan Urlacher
Sandra H on Jan 31, 2016
Style; value; price.
BDawg7030 on Jan 29, 2016
Looks like a good value and it's raining in Florida
A N on Jan 27, 2016
Price and good reviews, coor and quality
R Kurt M on Jan 25, 2016
I returned it. It blew.
Jim F on Sep 20, 2016
Good price and great looking jacket. High visibility.
Mandi W on Jul 30, 2016
Does this coat pack away into a small / compact space? I don't have a lot of room in my tail pack but still want a quality rain jacket.
motoinmoab on Sep 21, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Yes; this jacket has an integrated stuff sack with a drawstring. Without compressing the jacket after it is stuffed into the integrated pouch it is around the size of a football. You can easily compress the pouch down to a size less than a football to place inside of your luggage. Another option I have used is to bypass the integrated stuff sack and use a compression sack; and as a final option I fell back onto the trusted "roll" the jacket compressing the air out and pushing it into my luggage. I never had a time where I was not able to pack this jacket into my luggage even on the tightest occasions where I have overpacked with extras during a ride.
I'm assuming that the size guide accounts for wearing this over other gear? At 6'1 & 180, I'm near the high end of the M/L and wonder about the fit over a heavy, armored leather jacket.
A shopper on Jan 25, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Size guide is for wearing over regular riding gear. I am stocker than you at 5-8, 180. The M/L jacket fits me well over my BMW Rallye jacket with all the armor inserts.
Hi there, I don't ride a motorcycle but instead I ride a bicycle too and from work. Just a block away.

I'm 5' 5"
Weight: about 120 pounds.
Pants: 30x32
Jacket: Id say medium/large.

Would this jacket and pants keep me very dry? All I'd have underneath is basic t-shirt and pants.
I worn rain gear from Walmart and my clothes under neath were just soaked, It wasn't even hot out.

Also, What sizes should I get, both Jacket and Pants.

I'm from Minnesota, temps can fluctuate sometimes. When it's 80 degrees in the afternoon, yet raining, I'm not gonna wear the suit. I'm actually more worried for in the mornings.

Thanks!
A shopper on Sep 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't recommend the pants for riding a bicycle. The way they are designed would make them prone to getting caught in your gears. The jacket might work pretty good for your purpose but it does not have a conventional hood so your head will still get wet. As for size I would say you would probably fit in too the xsmall-small better than the medium-large.
Does this jacket material breath well in addition to being waterproof? I don't really want to pay upwards of 90 dollars for a trash bag effect.
Darrin K on Sep 30, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I have a lot of miles using this jacket and pants, they do repel the weather very well. But like all other rain suits, they are hot, as hot as others I have have owned over the years, I would say no. I do most of my riding in the state of Florida, where the temp is mostly in the high 80s or above, so wearing any outer clothing will be hot. But the material of this rain suit is lighter then most which I think helps somewhat. The jacket breaths well, not so for the pants, always end up with a damp butt.
I'm 6'5", 330# with a 58' CHEST AND A 52" Waste. Will this suite fit me in the 3-4xl?
A shopper on Sep 14, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hello,

For reference I'm 6'2 275lbs 44"waist. I have the 3XL and it fits over all my gear with no problem. And I have plenty of room to expand. I would think the 4XL would fit but it would probably be best to give revzilla a call and they could tell you if it will fit correctly.
Will this jacket stand up to a high cruising speed...say 90mph+ for sustained periods? My last rain jacket shredded within 300 miles. Thanks
Stuu on Nov 11, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I don't know about 90+ sustained, but I can attest to 80+ for 7 hours last year on my way to Virginia from Connecticut (640 miles). Once I got into Penn and on I-81, the speeds are fast. I got caught in a storm in Virginia, and the jacket stood up very well, quite dry. Wore it for two days coming back from North Carolina (540 miles and 530 miles respectively) and no problems. Still wear it in the rain and no leaks.
Hi there, I don't ride a motorcycle but instead I ride a bicycle too and from work. Just a block away.

I'm 5' 5"
Weight: about 120 pounds.
Pants: 30x32
Jacket: Id say medium/large.

Would this jacket and pants keep me very dry? All I'd have underneath is basic t-shirt and pants.
I worn rain gear from Walmart and my clothes under neath were just soaked, It wasn't even hot out.

Also, What sizes should I get, both Jacket and Pants.

I'm from Minnesota, temps can fluctuate sometimes. When it's 80 degrees in the afternoon, yet raining, I'm not gonna wear the suit. I'm actually more worried for in the mornings.

Thanks!
Jon K on Sep 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: These rain suit are meant for wear over jacket/pants with armor , or even put on without taking off motorcycle boots.So they are baggy,real baggy. There are better solutions out there for cycling which needs agile movement and will make you sweat.
Hi there, I don't ride a motorcycle but instead I ride a bicycle too and from work. Just a block away.

I'm 5' 5"
Weight: about 120 pounds.
Pants: 30x32
Jacket: Id say medium/large.

Would this jacket and pants keep me very dry? All I'd have underneath is basic t-shirt and pants.
I worn rain gear from Walmart and my clothes under neath were just soaked, It wasn't even hot out.

Also, What sizes should I get, both Jacket and Pants.

I'm from Minnesota, temps can fluctuate sometimes. When it's 80 degrees in the afternoon, yet raining, I'm not gonna wear the suit. I'm actually more worried for in the mornings.

Thanks!
Jon K on Sep 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I only have the jacket, not the pants. I purchased the jacket to ride to North Carolina from New England. On the way, the skys opened up and I was caught in a storm for two hours. I almost aborted my trip, the rain was so heavy on I-81. The jacket performed flawlessly.

That said, it is a motorcycle jacket, intended to go over motorcycle clothing. Consequently, the sizes are quite large. I cannot imagine wearing it for bicycling. Were I you, I would seek bicycling clothing.
6'1", 160lbs looking to get the jacket/pant combo, pant length seems to be an issue for me as I have shorter boots, the lack of an "under the heal" strap to keep the pants leg low enough is a concern. sizing suggestions? according to the chart I would ring in at a md/lg, I really dont want to have to wear Gators with my rain gear just to keep my boots from filling up with water.
Jeffrey A on Apr 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The pants are cut extra long to allow for hemming if needed. Check out Olympia's video of the pants on their website. Kevin, the owner, does a good job explaining the features of the pants. I'm 5'9" with a 38" waist and 30" inseam(chubby) and got the XL/2XL, then had several inches removed from the bottom. With my lack of being able to easily double up my fat bod to reach down and get the pants on over my big Sidi adventure boots, I've gone to a Kilimanjaro pant that's a waterproof pant to make life easier. You shouldn't have that problem, and if anything, I'm guessing the pants will be too long. If your still unsure, contact Olympia. Kevin has answered a couple of my queries. Good people. Hopefully my reference to the manufacturer is not verboten....
If I'm going to wear this jacket over a size 54 Dainese Air-Flux, what size should i buy? I'm 5'7''.
Rodrigo G on May 4, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Rodrigo,

i am 6 ft, 200 lbs, 36in waist. i used the Olympia Rain Gear size chart and the "XL-2XL" jacket works great over all 3 of my moto jackets, 1 textile and 2 leather. there is plenty of adjustment built in to this rain jacket. enough adjustment that i wear it as a stand alone light weight jacket in the spring and fall for just general wear when not riding. the built in stuff sack is also a great feature.

Good Luck