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The RevIt Hunter is designed to fit and function like a second skin. The all-new honeycomb structure of its dual-comp protectors delivers superior protection with less bulk—especially at the shoulders, which have been shaped specifically to deliver an ergonomic fit that doesn’t sacrifice performance or protection. Aero cool 3D mesh helps facilitate optimal ventilation while riding, the VCS | speed hump is prepared to accommodate a hydra bag, and a removable liner makes for easy maintenance.
Protection: Dual-comp protectors at shoulders and elbows, Dual-comp knee slider type A, ProLife® CE protection at shoulders and elbows, adjustable ProLife® CE comfort protection at knees, fully perforated EVA foam at back and hips, safety stitching, double leather seat, prepared for Seesoft CE-level 2 Back Protector Insert - type RV04
Fit : Race fit, tight
Ventilation: VCS I speed hump hydra bag prepared, partly perforated outer shell at chest and upper arms, ventilation panels at shoulders, sleeves, back and lower legs
Features: Comfort collar and cuffs, stretch lips at shoulders, back, upper arms, side torso, elbows and knees, removable lining, aero cool 3D mesh at chest & back
So far so good
I am 5'11", 170lbs, with a long torso.
This is my first set of race leathers so I don't have anything to to compare them to except my street gear. When ordering I used the sizing chart and had my girlfriend measure me a few times to make sure everything was accurate. When I opened the box it was immediately obvious that these are very well made. I looked them over to make sure there were no obvious flaws. Everything looked good so I put them on. One of the first things I noticed was that they are much heavier than I expected. Again, I don't have anything to compare them to so I'm sure the weight is about normal. Once I had them on the weight was hardly noticeable. The fit in the shoulders, arms, and chest were spot on. I have a long torso so the suit is a little snug in the crotch. Not snug enough to hurt, but enough to notice for sure. I was a little concerned so I crouched into riding position and the tightness went away completely. The butt and legs are a bit more "full" than I would like ideally. Again, in the riding position the butt fits properly. The legs below the knee are still rather large. I can't imagine anyone having calves that thick.
I have worn them on one track day and had them on solid for 10 hours and I can say that they were comfortable on and off the bike. On the bike I didn't notice the weight and my range of motion did not feel limited at all. I wore a long sleeve compression shirt and compression pants underneath and felt great all day. The temperature was a bit cool in the morning and I actually wore a thermal shirt between the compression shirt and leathers and that worked perfectly.
I am a fan of REV'IT in general and usually try to find solutions in their product line before the other brands. The don't always have what I am looking for but what I have bought I have always been happy with.
April 5, 2014
Excellent track suit
I've been wearing a "pseudo" 2-piece suit from Dainese for the past few years (separate jacket and pants zipped together), and although it's a beautiful set of leathers, I was never thrilled with how restrictive it was. When it came time to upgrade to a proper 1-piece, I couldn't find anything from Dainese that fit the bill and was stocked in my size, so I decided to take a gamble on the Hunter from Rev'it...
So far, I've been quite impressed. The build quality and finish is top notch, right in line with my Dainese stuff. Fit is about the same across both brands, although the arms and legs on the Rev'it are just a smidge longer than Dainese - for reference, I'm 5'7" / 125 (thin) and the 44 fits spot-on. The adjustable knee armor is also a nice touch, allowing for fine-tuning of how the lower half of the suit fits to your individual body. And speaking of the armor, it's definitely less bulky than most other stuff I've seen - a kind of dense rubber instead of the padded hard parts as in most other brands. I'll admit that it's a little disconcerting at first glance, but Rev'it claims it works just as well and they include a data card to back it up. The upshot of reduced bulk is that the suit allows more freedom of movement - there is absolutely no restriction to any movement around the bike, which really frees you up to focus on riding. Airflow is decent, but the perforation around the suit is limited and thus I probably wouldn't suggest this for very hot climates.
All things considered, I think this is an excellent suit for track or serious sport riding. Above all else, I wanted something that fit right and still allowed full freedom of movement, and the Hunter delivers it in style. Highly recommended, especially for us smaller guys who don't fit in much else.
June 19, 2013
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Kevin S:I'm 6'1, 160lbs, 32" waist. I tried the 48 and it was too tight and pulled in the crotch. The 52 happened to be a better fit for me because of my broad shoulders. For you, I think a size 46 or 48 depending on your shoulders and torso height.