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When compared to the competition, the Olympia Odyssey one-piece suit offers unmatched levels of quality, venting and waterproof protection. Its 500 and 2000 Denier Cordura® shell and seam sealed waterproof / breathable membrane enhance its function while four exterior pockets keep your personal gear safe and dry. As temperatures heat up you’ll cool down by utilizing Odyssey’s exclusive AVS shoulder to forearm and torso venting system. This system offers special water-tight zippers that when open, create major airflow directly to a rider’s body. Standing, boot-on entry is a breeze due to a heavy duty front zipper that runs from the torso to the knee and side leg zippers that extend from the waistband to the bottom hem.


  • Outer shell constructed in coated 500 and 2000 denier Cordura® fabric
  • Waterproof/breathable membrane adds double waterproof protection
  • Airflow Ventilation System at chest arms and back
  • Double storm placket front closure
  • Removable CE 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
  • Custom Fit detailing at collar, cuffs, elbows, waist and bottom hem
  • Custom Fit, EZ Hem boot cut bottom
  • Full circumference neoprene collar insert
  • 3M Scotchlite® reflective piping at front, sides and back
  • Six storage pockets
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Nice But Colder Temps Get Through Love this riding suit. It looks great, fits well, and has the protective padding where I need it. Did have it hemmed in the legs a few inches ($35 locally), but just a great looking, easy wearing suit. I still haven't found all the pockets yet, and sometimes too much air gets in around the waist, chest and arms, but in time I'll figure it out. I wear this with my jeans and a regular shirt. Keeps my legs harm at highway speeds. When I was hitting 65mph and the temps were about 50 degrees though, my upper body got chilly, but a sweater underneath and learning how to use the the air flow vents will help. My leg movement is somewhat restricted when climbing on the bike, but once underway I'm fine. My head turn was kind of restricted when the bottom of the helmet brushed the collar, but then I discovered the helmet sound system collar was bulky and extending down too far. The fix there is to either put in the old collar or get a smaller helmet, we'll see. My friends tell me I look like a hunchback with it on (back protector), but they also want to own one! Overall, a great suit, looks good and protects well. November 9, 2015
Satisfied With This One This suit is definitely a step up from the Joe Rocket Survivor Suit ($359) that I purchased last year. Very much worth the price differential. It's superior in the following areas: - water leak - the joe rocket suit let's some water in on the right side at the base of the zipper right at the waist level. this suit has an additional membrane that fills this gap. - easy to put on: the joe rocket suit sometimes requires one to be a contortionist to put it on. this one is much easier to put on (zipper goes down much lower too) - neck collar - the joe rocket collar is pretty inexistent. this one covers most of you neck (as needed). this will be handy in rainy situations where the joe rocket would sometimes let a drop or two in from the neck. will come handy for cold days as well as the collar is warm and comfy - more pockets - pockets everywhere and easily reachable. not always the case with joe rocket's limited 3 pockets - more room - joe rocket can be very tight at the waist (where it matters :) ). this one is loose enough that you don't feel like you're in a brace. - thicker as well. which will be beneficial both for insuation and protection (that said, i'll keep wearing the joe rocket suit in the summer) - overall better looks and better designed. highly recommend for the price. November 7, 2015
I quite like it despite a couple flaws I really like this suit. The build quality is very good - especially considering the price. I couldn't justify the price of an Aerostitch suit. The Olympia Odyssey, however, hits a pricing sweet spot. It's expensive enough to have good materials and craftsmanship but not so expensive that it's out of reach of a protection conscious rider on a budget. It's 1/3 the price of the premium US made equivalent. I feel very protected and visible in the high-viz model. There's tons of Scotchlite piping and there is a Scotchlite panel on the back of the neck. Also, with the contrast between yellow and black, the conspicuity of this suit is rather good. The fit is as expected. I'm 5' 11" and under 160. I don't need to hem the pants. They might even be 1/4" short on my legs in the seated position. The arms are around 1/2 inch too long on me. In reasonable weather I can ride with the cuffs folded back. The knee armor fits me quite well. The elbow armor, however, is in a bit of an odd position for my particular anatomy. I would appreciate an adjustable elbow armor pocket here. But this doesn't detract from the overall experience with this suit. The arms and torso have room for an additional layer. It's a bit puffy but doesn't Mae West when you sit. The pants might not be quite as forgiving for layering. You'll need another layer for cold weather. I rode without a fleece underneath in 36F weather and it was a bit chilly - but manageable. The suit keeps most of the wind off of you when the vents are closed and the zippers are properly covered. Your neck below the helmet will be exposed so you will also want to have some cold weather protection there. With a bit of pre-ride planning I can see myself riding with this suit in the New England winter with no problem. The vents keep me cool up until the mid 70s (F) as long as I'm moving. You can expect to sweat at stop lights and slow or stop-n-go traffic. Once you get moving at a reasonable speed, however, you get very nice evaporational cooling. I definitely see the need for mesh hot weather gear in higher temperatures and based on my experience with the Odyssey I'm seriously considering getting the Olympia Avenger for the hot months. The side pockets on the Odyssey are a touch small and they're a little tough for me to get into. But they work. The waterproof pockets on the legs are quite nice. The waterproof pocket on the back perplexes me a bit. I'm not sure what I would use it for just yet. The Napoleon pocket is big enough for a wallet or phone - as is the water resistant slash pocket. There is a lot of Velcro on this suit - probably around 25 linear feet of the stuff. I'm not sure there is any way around this other than to use water resistant zippers everywhere. It's a little annoying at first but it only took a few rides for me to get used to it, though. For me the protection is worth the cumbersome hook and loop fasteners everywhere. I think this suit gives fantastic value for the money. November 4, 2015
lots of protection and visibility I needed to go ATGATT to get my wife's permission to get a motorcycle, and this works. I bought the high viz and indeed I can tell people see it. Children are fascinated by it and want to come over and ask questions, I assume due to the Power Ranger look. Adults always ask me if I'm hot. Well, if I wore this in summer in Oklahoma I would be. I will buy something else for summer. The one piece is good because it removes the temptation to just put the jacket on. The venting works well, though I was skeptical at first. As others have said, the hip armor needs to be replaced and there is Velcro everywhere! It is very easy to get snagged when suiting up. I am 6'3", 210, with normal length legs and arms. The XL fits just about perfectly when on the bike. Make sure you fasten all the velcro at the bottom before riding. The fit aspect I was worried about is that I am long from crotch to true waist, and I buy long rise pants when possible. Given the known "ride up" of one pieces, I was concerned, but it's fine. I have the Shoei yellow helmet, and the colors don't match, sadly, but it's no big deal. The helmet is really yellow, not the high viz greenish - yellow. October 26, 2015
Great fit After looking for a one piece suit everywhere that will accommodate my 6'2' frame 180lbs I found this perfect fit in XL. I commute every day and protects me well from all the elements. Thank you Revzilla for a great product. August 31, 2015
Nice suit, although I am afraid that it can wear out soon, at least the velcro. I like the suit a lot. I see however 2 issues. One it is that on putting it on and taking it off twice a day -I am a commuter- you get stuck all over because the velcro is everywhere. That is not the main issue, but that the velcro strips seem to be rather weak and eventually they will be lose. I have worn the suit for 2 weeks and I already see that the velcro strips are not attached as well as they arrived. July 28, 2015
Great quality, great support from Olympia I am 6'4" with a 36 inch inseam, 36 waist, 195lbs. Ordered Large. The fit is just right, with the exception of my gangly long legs. Olympia will send you extra cordura at no charge to have it altered at your choice (and cost) tailor. For me the kneepads are a bit high in their lowest positon, but still workable. May 1, 2015
Good quality short legs This suit is well-made and comfortable. I have not ridden in the rain with this suit, so I cannot comment on water resistance. The construction of the suit is really great, but the half-inch thick foam hip padding leaves something to be desired. Suit size: Small, and fits slightly small. Originally, this suit was purchased for a woman 5'2" tall, but as it is not cut for a woman's shape, the suit is too tight around the hips. So, seizing an opportunity for a new suit, I decided to try it for myself. I'm 5'7", 145lbs, 30" waist with a 30" inseam. The suit fits really great standing up and walking around, with the ankle cuffs just brushing the floor at my heels. On the bike it is a bit short in the legs and "tight" (but comfortable) in the lower back. The size chart for 1 piece suits indicates a small should fit, but really what I need is a medium. The chest/shoulders/arms fit me really great while wearing a full chest/back protector. The lower back is a bit short on the bike, as are the legs. If the small size fit like a small upper and medium lower, that would be perfect. So, your mileage may vary, but I recommend getting a size bigger if you are "between" sizes, or on the bigger end of the size margins. Yes, I would recommend this to anyone. Despite my sizing issues, the quality is great. I have been using Olympia gear for about 5 years now, and have been very happy. April 29, 2015
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Richard C: I wanted something high - viz, versatile in climate, and one piece so I would have all the armor on and not talk myself into just riding with the jacket. Oct 15, 2015
RICHARD B: Looked at other brands and some for much more $. This suit has the adjustable knee pad positions built in and the big selling point is I can have the leg bottoms hemmed up! I sure hope it fits. Cool riding weather is right around the corner..... Sep 22, 2015
GUIDO J: I like the construction of the one piece suit. Aug 17, 2015
Thomas W: I wanted a one-piece that would be comfortable during commutes in the cooler and rainy spring/fall weather. Apr 8, 2015
Matthias W: I was looking for a summer touring suit that could easily be converted into a waterproof shell, simply by closing the air vents. Mar 3, 2015
Kristen T: Need a more waterproof suit to wear throughout the winter and I have a short inseam, so the hem-ability of the Olympia gear was a deciding fact. I've tried the Joe Rocket survival suit previously, and while it comes in a short version, it's not waterproof at all. Sep 28, 2014
Kyle J: I'm going to keep commuting to work as long as possible (about 25 min one way) and I don't have the gear necessary to keep me warm. This is the first step towards commuting year round! (As long as there isn't snow on the ground!) Sep 26, 2014
Brian M: The ultimate protection for not much money. I've crashed in this twice and it barely shows. This plus my armor has really made a difference. Sep 25, 2014
Curt L: I expected it would fit based on the almost fit of the 2x MotoQuest jacket. Neither the 3x or 4x suit fit me. Sep 23, 2014
Steve B: After researching 1 piece suits and jacket/pant combinations, I decided on the 1 piece for convenience (least amount of effort = more likely to be worn). After comparing the stitch, Tour Master and Olympia, it came down to the TM or O. The stitch was just too much money and I had a difficult time figuring out the sizing. The Oly was available in the hy viz and that was the final determining factor. May 16, 2014
Jeff J: I needed something for commuting, and this seems to be very well reviewed both here and around the web. I wanted something that would provide water protection, be available in high-viz yellow, and not have a removable liner - because suits which do are usually too thick and puffy. This has a slimmer fit, which I like. May 1, 2014
Michael F: I like one piece suits, I just feel more protective in them. I've always had Olympia gear and for the price they are very worth it. Apr 8, 2014
Raymond C: I needed a suit that I can commute with to work and have adequate protection for many seasons. Hopefully the sizing is right, I am in-between. I am 5'6'', 160. Slightly larger than small, but on the small side of medium. On the review it said to go on the lower side , so I bought the small. Mar 31, 2014
Robert P: I have an Olympia AST Jacket and Ranger pants that are similar construction and work well for me so I am anticipating the same satisfaction with this one piece suit. I needed a new one piece suit and although I am a long time customer of a competing brand, this suit is less than 1/2 of the price and as I am familiar with Olympia quality it seems like a great value. I commute daily so I need gear that works in all conditions.This looks like it will meet that need. Dec 8, 2013
Brian J: My Olympia Phantom 2XL suit is now to large after all my working out. I never really used the liner anyway. Bought and love the fit of the Avenger mesh suit, but miss the all weather protection. Lots of days i take both suits to work in case of rain but the Phantom is way too big and hot for SE Georgia summers. The new Odyssey will fit better and looks cooler.,,flows air better. I'll miss the years with the phantom but your gear has to fit right to work right when the shoulder hits the road. Sep 2, 2013
A shopper asked: I'm looking for a one piece suit I can wear over dress clothes for work, I have to bring my change of office clothes now when I commute by bike. I know the Aerostitch says they can but for twice the money. Can this suit be worn over regular clothes with minimal wrinkling while riding? Jun 29, 2014
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Robert M: That depends on what you're wearing. If you're wearing an Armani 3 piece suit, then you'll probably be disappointed if you get the Olympia with a tight fit. It also depends on where you're riding. This suit is well-vented above the waist, but there isn't any venting on the legs. If you're in the south, then this isn't the suit to be wearing in the spring/summer with extra clothes underneath. I'm in Florida and mainly only wear this in the winter or when I go riding in NC mountains. Don't get me wrong, I love the suit, but it's definitely not all-year-gear for me for where I live. Jul 2, 2014
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Jeffrey W: I don't know about wrinkling but you can definitely wear business casual under the suit. It is great for commuting as long as the temperature is arbor below the mid 70s (F). Above they you will sweat a bit. It is great in the rain and keeps me dry, even when it is raining so hard I shouldn't be riding.

I would recommend Olympia to anyone who asks. I emailed customer service with a simple question and the owner answred it. Great customer service and a friendly company.
Jun 29, 2014
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Thomas G: I wear this over my military NWU (cammies) and have room to spare for my badge, notebook, phone and whatever else is in my pockets. I slip in and out of the Odyssey in less than a minute. I have actually worn a dress uniform underneath and it didn't even wrinkle. Hope this helps. Jun 29, 2014
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Sean F: I'd say if you order one size bigger than you normally might (I'm 5'9"/145 lbs and the Medium is still too short in the legs for me), you'll be absolutely fine. Plenty of room in the upper body/width in the legs. Jun 30, 2014
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Bob E: I would say no. The design of this suit is a form fitting style, there is not much room in it. Jun 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm 5'9", 175 lb, 34 in waist and 32 in inseam. Should I try a medium or a large in this OMS Odyssey? Need to have room for a fleece jacket under the suit in winter (I live in the Pacific Northwest and ride in temps down to about 40 F.) Thanks. Oct 28, 2014
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keith s: Hi,

I'm 6ft 163lb 34 waist (But trying to get back down to 32!) and I bought a large size. It's comfortably big on me and I could comfortably get a fleece jacket on underneath. I wear my suit jacket underneath with no problems on occasions as I use my bike to get between meetings.

I do tend to do the belt up so loosening off that would give you a fair bit of room too.

I think my legs are pretty much the same length as yours and the suit is about an inch off the ground without my boots on.

The medium I suspect might be a shade small for you.

You ride in 40F...are you mad! Then again I live in Australia and can only vouch for this suit down to about 50-60F. It works well. I have never worn more than a fleece and I don't have any memories of being cold! I don't ride particularly long distances (1hr is about my normal max) and I do have heated handgrips which help..My bigger problem is that it gets stinking hot in the bat suit and anything over 80F gets seriously sweaty!

It's a great suit well made and really handy being all in one. If you have to you can squash it up into a single helmet top box - it's just the back protector that doesn't fold too small.

Hope that helps
Oct 28, 2014
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Robert M: I am 6'1, 210 lbs and bought the XL to match my height. I have no trouble adding extra jackets inside or even adding my heated gear (top and bottoms) if needed. The suit fits fine either way. If I'm still cold (hasn't happened often) I add a rain jacket over the outside to act as an extra layer of wind-breaker to trap heat inside. You're a bit smaller than me, so obviously the XL isn't right, but buy the one that fits you and I'm sure you'll still have room inside for an extra layer when needed. Oct 28, 2014
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KEREM K: Hey Robert, I am torn between a XL and 2XL. I am 6'3" and 220lbs. And I'll be wearing the suit on top of my work clothes. What do you think, XL or 2XL? Thanks! Oct 23, 2015
Richard C: I am 6'3" 210, typically 38 waist, 42 to 44 suit size. XL fits me fine; it could be longer in the legs. So far I have only worn it over shorts and a t shirt. I do tighten it down most of the way.
If your work clothes are normal, I think XL is,fine. 2XL would be like a sail while riding and look like elephant skin. If you need to wear lots of stuff underneath then maybe 2XL.
Oct 31, 2015
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Richard C: I am 6'3" 210 38 waist, about a 44 chest, and typically fall at Large or XL depending on cut.
I bought XL and can wear this over pants, a shirt, and a fleece jacket very comfortably.
It actually is a little loose in spots,but there are tightening straps everywhere. There is lots of room on the legs.
Nov 19, 2015
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Chuck L: I'm 5'8" and 195lbs. 30 inseam. The sizing cert recommended an extra large. I bought it. Had the pants hemmed, fits and looks great, but the top part is definitely bulky and the collar is high. Could I wear a suit under it? No way. Jeans and shirt, no problem though. Nov 9, 2015
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Sean F: I would definitely recommend the large - at 5'9", 150 lbs (30/30), the medium fits my body size well enough, but I'd say it is a little short in the legs (comes up over the top of my A.S. MX2 boots when riding) Oct 28, 2014
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Andre Jacques S: A large should fit you; albeith it may be long at the legs; i am pretty sure you feel cramped in a medium Oct 29, 2014
Bob E: I would go with the large, because of the euro cut the suit fits snug for your regular size. Oct 31, 2014
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Roland S. I: I WOULD GO FOR THE LARGE. Oct 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: Torn between this suit and the Avenger. How good is the airflow for warmer weather riding 75+, 85? I like the extra protection with the 2000d cordura. Apr 7, 2015
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keith s: It's going to be pretty warm at 75 and getting pretty darn hot at 80 that's for sure! When you are moving with all the vents open it's actually OK but the crotch area tends to get kinda off warm because there are no vents down there and in my case it's sheltered by a big gas tank. The problem really comes in if you are stuck in traffic and there is no air going past. If you are city riding in those kind of temps I'd look for something with more bigger vents and probably sacrifice a little bit of protection. If you are cruising it's not going to be as comfy as a T shirt and shorts but it's not too bad! ..It is however darn good in the cold! Hope that helps. Apr 7, 2015
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Eduardo F: The suit has worked good for me even at 86, as long as you are riding. It maybe slow to open the vents on arms and chest and then bend the ends over themselves until you fasten them with the velcro, but it gives you a very good air flow.

With rain I found a leak in my belly, but I guess I'm a little bit overweight! Haha! My girlfriend uses the same suit and she's totally OK with it.

Have a good ride! Cheers!
Apr 8, 2015
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Mike S: My Olympia one piece suit has excellent ventilation and I can wear it comfortably in the hot summer temps. You'll need to take it off when stopping for lunch on the hotter days, but it works well as long as you are riding. Of course, I happen to be riding in the mountains of North Carolina, and I can climb in and out of cooler temps on the hotter days. I love the Olympia one piece suit and highly recommend it for year round riding. Apr 7, 2015
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Roland S. I: I ride all year round in Australia. It gets bloody hot here. The suit is good and bareable to 35 C which is about 90F. It's vital that ALL vents be opened and properly press studded into position. A size bigger is best, as you need the airflow and a tight fit is just a waste of time.



Apr 7, 2015
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Maurice C: I have ridden in 85+ degree with T shirt and shorts under Odyssey was comfortable. I prefer safety myself. I have the Avenger which has great airflow. However, I do not feel like am protected. I prefer the Odyssey everyday. First bike, I commute to work 90% of time in Odyssey. Apr 9, 2015
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Pam L: airflow is good. You'll be warm at stops of course. I really like my Odyssey. Apr 7, 2015
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A shopper asked: I'm 5' 11" male 152 pounds and I'm trying to decide between a Small and a Medium. I'll need to layer for winter so I'm leaning towards Medium. Do you think it will work? Oct 29, 2015
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Tristan C: I'm 5' 8 and 220 pounds. I went with a large. The length in the arms and legs is right but not much room for layering.
A little length in the arms and legs won't hurt so depending on the level of layering required i would lean towards the medium. Good luck with your choice and happy riding.
Oct 29, 2015
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Frank Z: I'm a 5'11" 195 pound male.I had ordered a large but returned it for an X-Large. The X-Large fits fits me with room to layer. If I were you, I'd give the Large a try. Revzilla is great with fast shipping, easy returns and swaps. Oct 30, 2015
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Steve S: I am 5'8" 145 and a small fit me the best. The medium would have had to much extra fabric because i did try on both. You may need the extra size of medium because of your height. That should also give you room to layer somewhat. Oct 29, 2015
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Brendon L: Get the medium- it'll probably fit you even better than me (i'm slightly shorter and fatter than you lol)

And even if it is a little bit bigger it's nice to be able to wear another layer underneath.
Oct 29, 2015
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Pam L: I agree on medium fitting you best, especially so you can layer. Oct 29, 2015
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A shopper asked: I'm 5' 11" and 155 pounds with a 31 inch waist. I think I need a medium but the sizing video says the suits run large. Is a small a better fit? I'll need to layer underneath for cold weather. Oct 29, 2015
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Peter B: I'm 1 or 2 inches shorter and 40lbs heavier than you. I went with a large. It might be just a little long on me, but fits me otherwise. I don't mind it being a little long just walking around as it covers well in riding position. I don't think I'd go with a small if I were you. You might find that it's too short in the arms/legs/crotch, especially on the bike. Oct 29, 2015
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Matthew B: Get the medium - I wish I did. I'm 5'9", 140, with a 31 inch waist. When i sit on my bike & put my feet on the pegs, the legs slide up about 3-4 inches, exposing the top of my boot cuffs. Also, if you have any forward lean at all, you need the extra room, else the shoulders will seriously restrict your arm movement and be very tight. Oct 29, 2015
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Joseph H: I'D stick with a medium, don't loose any sleep over it though, you can always exchange it. Just got a large in hi vis, perfect fit for me, 5'6, 190lbs, 33 inch waist. My first one piece, I only have about 500 miles on it so far, great in these cooler temps, haven't tested the waterproofness yet. Best of luck in your decision! Oct 31, 2015
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Kenneth W: I'm the exact same height, 170 pounds, exact same waist size. I ordered the medium and it fits great, with enough adjustments to custom fit my body with or without layering. Looks great, fits great, and is very comfortable. Oct 29, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have 2 questions.

I'm not confident with your sizing guide so I need your advice on selecting my suit size with my measurements.
I am 5'8" tall, 175 lbs, 40" chest, 30" inseam. I reside in Toronto, Canada, and will ride in temps from 35 degrees to 90+ degrees F. In the cooler temps I might want to use my suit with a sweater. Please advise what size is appropriate for me.

2. Am I able to make payment via Interac?
Apr 20, 2015
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Steve S: I'm 145 lbs with a 38 coat size but same inseam and height as you. I bought a small and it fits good but with a little slack if I needed a heavier sweater under it all. Even with jeans on under it fit good. I would think your 175lbs frame may be to tight, so a medium may fit you best. It may be a little long but with the alterations you can adjust that just right. Apr 23, 2015
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Frank Z: I'd try a large. I'm 5'11" 195 lbs 42" Chest 32" inseam and the XL fits me loose enough to layer so, I'd figure the large would just right for you. Apr 26, 2015
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Brendon L: Get a Large Imo and have room to stuff things (like a Sweater) ununderneath.
Not sure bout payments, contact reveille directly for that.
Apr 20, 2015
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LaJuan H: I like the suit but i couldn't fit it. Apr 21, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hi folks

I realy like the look of the olympia odyssey suit but am unsure of size.
I have a 50 chest and 44 waist, but I am 6 ft tall with short 29 inch legs.
going on the size chart 2xl is the way to go but will the body be long enough?

Feb 16, 2014
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Mike S: Hey Nick,

I don't know if I can be of any help, but I'm 6' tall with a 38" waist and 34" length, and weigh 210 lb. I found the Olympia Odyssey One Piece Suit in the Large size to be a perfect fit. I figure that the 2xl should surely allow you enough room and length for the torso. One way to find out.......Order one and try it out. The Revzilla folks will let you do a trial run.

I've worn the suit a lot this winter and found it to be a great suit for wintertime riding in rain or shine, warn or cold. It has enough room in it to wear a couple of layers. I really like it and have no complaints. The vents work real nice for the warmer days, also. If you can find the right fit, you've found a great one piece riding suit.

Feb 16, 2014
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Corey F: I'm 6'5" with 33 in inseam and I find that I am maybe a half inch too tall for it, so its hard to really tuck over the tank but a normal posture works fine. I did find it pretty tight in the gut, my waist at the time was 40. Feb 16, 2014
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Travis R: Hi Nick,
The body should be plenty tall for you. I'm 6'3 185, 44 inch chest. I wear the Large, shoulders are perfect, it's just a tad short for me. at 6' tall, there's no way the 2xl will be too short.
Feb 16, 2014
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Merrick B: The size chart is right on. The suit is very easy to have altered. I use suite to commute to work and wear it over my (suit) cote and tie. I really recommend the suit. Feb 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: I thought I'd previously posted this question, but perhaps it got lost in transmittal.

I'm 5'9", 175 lb, 34 in waist and 32 in inseam. Should I order a medium or a large? I need to put a mid-weight fleece jacket under the suit in the winter. Thanks for your advice.
Oct 28, 2014
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Brendon L: A medium will probably fit you better, don't fret though Revzilla is on top of returns like it's their lives at stake- if you don't fit just send it back for a large.

If you like a little room to grow, or room to wear a thicker shirt- or carry a bottle of coke in your jacket then get the large.

It's a "baggy" suit regardless, not a bad baggy, just some heavy(ish) material that is a little deceptive.
Oct 29, 2014
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Daniel D: I'm 6' 200#s, my large is a bit snug up top when I've got 3 layers under it- the inseam might be a little long for you- I'd suggest the medium- their great on exchanging- hope this helps! Nov 2, 2014
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Mason M: I am similar build at 5'9" 160, 32/32 pants. The medium fits perfectly. Try it, Revzilla's return policy is awesome. Oct 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this new suit have a pass through port for wiring up heated gear? When I had a Rev'it Phoenix suit, it had a reasonably well designed port to pass cables through that didn't leak when I had it (it just leaked everywhere else).

I've been looking for a good one-piece commuter/touring suit for a while now and not being able to run heated gear for the winter is a non-starter.
Jan 7, 2013
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Robert M: The zipper that runs up the front of the suit to close the main chest area also opens from the bottom with another zipper. I added extender cables to my heated gear and ran the cables out through that bottom end of the zipper. Then snug the zipper back down and push the velcro down tight. To make it even better, I secure the controls to the pocket on the right leg so they're easy to get to and don't flop around a lot when I'm walking around or while riding. This maintained the shell integrity without having to cut any pockets or melt the shell. I've never gotten wet and remain nice and warm inside. The only drawback is that I have to manage the controls with my throttle hand, but that's easy enough. Oct 28, 2014
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RevZilla: Olympia recommends the following:

Electrical cord passage for Odyssey one piece suit
"In an effort to keep this suit as water tight as possible, we elected not to puncture the out shell or membrane. Many riders have made a small incision through the membrane and pocket lining at the hip area and run their cords out the side entry zipper pocket."

Jan 8, 2013
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BugMagnet: You have to cut or melt your own hole to get wires outside this suit. Very dissapointing. Feb 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does this suit (or any other one-piece textile suit) have grommets for heated undergarments? I plan to get a vest that has a pigtail stemming from the waist to connect. How does that work with this one-piece suit? Sep 21, 2015
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Bob E: This suit does not. I used heated gear and just ran the cord out of the collar area. This method worked ok. Sep 21, 2015
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A shopper asked: Does the neck on the Odyssey one-piece suit close better than that? If you can't close it up so it's close around your neck not only will you freeze in the cold, it will bind on your helmet when you are trying to turn your head. Otherwise I like it. Jan 9, 2013
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RevZilla: The Odyssey's neck collar will strap down as far as you see on the video. It is not as tight a fit as you would see on colder weather suits. If you would like a more snug feel to it, you could always wear a turtleneck style shirt underneath. Jan 10, 2013
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